Most medical officials would not know if a medicinal is alternative or not if their lives depended on it. For instance; are magnesium chloride, iodine and sodium bicarbonate from the alternative area or from the halls of emergency room medicine and intensive care ward? The answer is that they are from both and the only difference is in the methods of administration in each area of medicine.
Editors Note from the Associated Press: Ten years and $2.5 billion in research have found no cures from alternative medicine. Yet these mostly unproven treatments are now mainstream and used by more than a third of all Americans. (Allopathic medicine is not exactly famous for its cures either.)
These people do not know anything about what they are talking about and would not know when a medicinal is alternative or orthodox if their lives depended on it. For instance; is magnesium chloride, iodine and sodium bicarbonate from the alternative area or from the halls of emergency room medicine and intensive care ward around the world? The answer is that they are from both and the only difference is in the methods of administration in each area of medicine. Injectable sea water was used as a substitute for blood serum in the Second World War in the Pacific and it another solution for doctors who work with intravenous methods. Is that an alternative or something that just makes perfect sense in extreme situations?
The medical media loves to throw cold water on alternative medicine even as it moves mainstream. A recent AP articles starts by saying, “At one of the nation’s top trauma hospitals, a nurse circles a patient’s bed, humming and waving her arms as if shooing evil spirits. Another woman rubs a quartz bowl with a wand, making tunes that mix with the beeping monitors and hissing respirator keeping the man alive. They are doing Reiki therapy, which claims to heal through invisible energy fields. The anesthesia chief, Dr. Richard Dutton, calls it “mystical mumbo jumbo.” “It’s self-hypnosis” that can help patients relax, he said. “If you tell yourself you have less pain, you actually do have less pain.”
Natural Emergency Medicine delivers the medical muscle needed in life threatening circumstances and there is nothing alternative about it and parts of the above protocol are already widely in use in intensive care wards as well and emergency rooms.