I was doing some research today after work as I often do and came across a article , it talked about one dermatologist describing Accutane as a
CONTROLLED POISONING and he said that he would never give it out to patients but rather recommend dietary changes , supplements and if
need be a course of antibiotics , quite a progressive derm I would say , seems like things are changing in the dermatology world and they are
finally waking up to the fact that DIET is a major factor on acne prone individuals , the golden goose that is accutane yes people are finally
realizing that it is not a MIRACLE DRUG as no such thing exists , interesting read though. I would describe Accutane as being in a constant
hungover like state with a dose of systemic dehydration thrown in and those would be the mild side effects.
It's exactly what it is if you think about it.... it's just giving people toxic amounts of synthetic vitamin A to stop their skin from producing sebum. Accutane's not the only medication thats controlled poisoning, chemotherapy is pumping the body full of toxic drugs in the hope that it'll kill some cancer cells. Calcipotriene is a synthetic toxic form of vitamin D that they give people with psoriasis. The sooner you realise the whole world is insane the better, Einstein said it best - only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and i'm not sure about the former.
I would go as far as saying that Vitamin A rich cod liver oil would be SAFER on overdosing vs a synthetic drug after all we are dealing with a
Chemothearpy agent , not nice stuff. Yes Chico chemotherapy is given in the hope that it kills the cancer cells BEFORE it KILLS the patient ,
such barbaric treatments the orthodox system has , people will look back in the not too distant future and wonder WTF were these people
thinking , sadly and most often $$$$ is a factor becaue frankly there is no money in nutrition. Orthodox medicine in realtiy is CORRUPT TO THE
CORE and generally does more damage than good with the exeption of treating trama patients and some surgery.
Edited by gladiatoro, 15 August 2013 - 05:38 PM.