Well, Most people are skeptic of natural or “home” remedies in general, but even more so when dealing with serious diseases such as diabetes. When looked at objectively, this is highly unusual behavior. Thanks to advances in scientific theory, mankind is well aware of the fact that nature is self-regulating and produces both diseases and cures. There are some health issues that have been developed as a result of entirely man-made conditions, but diabetes is not one of these. It is a naturally occurring disease, with naturally occurring preventative and restorative cures
The general mistrust of these remedies is somewhat ironic and hypocritical. If the same mentality for remedies of diseases carried over into other, less severe areas, people would shun or be wary of the use of Aloe Vera, for example. Such a notion seems entirely foolish and unreasonable, but look at the facts – Aloe Vera is a plant (often in the form of extracts and gels) that was once claimed to provide relief from inflammation and other ailments. Now it has been FDA – approved and these claims have been confirmed.
The notion that natural substances cannot remedy natural diseases is entirely irrational and may very well be a construct by the medicine industry. Its logic is equivalent to a skeptic refusing to consume fruits and vegetables in favor of taking a series of pills every morning to get their daily recommended vitamins, fat content, protein, carbohydrates, and other nutrients.
This mistrust can literally be deadly. Most of us with illnesses attempt every drug, treatment, and operation availed by our doctors, expending hundreds of thousands of dollars and further destroying our bodies. It is not until the very end of the line that most try natural medicine, and it is employed as a last resort. The sad truth is that many of patients end up dying due to the fact that healing in nature is a slow, gradual process and not (in most cases) and immediate fail-safe. Those who do survive may finally have faith in the powers of natural medicine.
One should not take this to mean that all natural cures should be immediately and absolutely trusted. A healthy sense of skepticism is always beneficial, especially when concerning one’s physical health. Nonetheless, this skepticism is quite misdirected; it should instead be spread amongst “big” medicine as well. Questions, comparisons, evidence and logic should guide decisions about medicine; not media.
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