I really AM a pharmacist – and I am dedicated to providing information to you that you might be able to use to improve and/or save your life – or the life of someone you care about.
In general, the information you will find here will be the kind of information that will get you branded as being crazy by those you try to tell it to. Until it leaks out on TV or on the internet somewhere. THEN people will believe it. Unfortunately, that might be too late.
So, fasten your seat belts and hold on – ’cause I’m going to do my best to provide you information that nobody else is going to tell you – and I’m going to try to provide the references and ways of getting to the information that backs up what I’m saying so that you can go check for yourself whether I’ve blown a gasket or not.
It will be up to you to figure out whether you trust what I’m saying or not… and to take the information that you get here to your physician or primary care provider for review and discussion.
When we talk about this info amongst ourselves at work we jokingly say that we’re falling through the looking glass that Alice fell through in the story ‘Alice in Wonderland’. We also jokingly tell those we talk to that – as they said in the movie ‘The Matix’ – ‘There are two pills – a red one and a blue. If you take the blue one you’ll wake up tomorrow and nothing will have changed, if you take the red one – well, you will not be able to go back.’
And – as always – I am providing information for you to take to your physician. You should ALWAYS consult your physician before starting to take a new medication or supplement, or before you change the way you’re taking your current medications.
Pharmacists Pharmacist – Doctors Doctor. That’s how it should be, and I encourage you to help your care givers discover information that nobody is telling them either.
That Crazy Pharmacist