Safest Inexpensive Medicines for the World


If one has a heart, for humanity, one would choose a list of affordable medicines that are safe and easy to administer so that even the poor could afford them. It is highly insensitive for modern medicine to promote medicines that most people cannot afford. The worst examples of this are the new medicines oncologists are beginning to use, instead of chemotherapy, that stimulate the immune system. It does not help the competition between modern pharmacology and the natural medicines we are presenting here that most pharmaceuticals are mitochondria poisons that do not cure people of anything.

The key factors in choosing medicines for the world would be their affordability, accessibly, their strength and effectiveness. The most basic medicines on our list are all natural medicines like sodium bicarbonate, magnesium chloride, selenium, sulfur, zinc, boron, potassium bicarbonate, boron, zinc and iodine as we just mentioned in the above section. Together they will out perform any drug or combination of drugs. Though all minerals, when concentrated, they can be turned into potent medicines that pull their weight in ICU, emergency rooms and even in ambulances.  

Humans are more like plants than any doctor wants to admit. We too need light, water, oxygen, CO2 and minerals. Minerals are the building blocks of our bodies. They are required for body structure, fluid balance, protein structures and to produce hormones. They are a key for the health of every body system and function. They act as co-factors, catalysts and are needed all enzymes in the body.

The fact is that minerals are as important to us as they are to plants and without them taking up their correct positions in our cells it is impossible to remain strong and healthy. We wilt just like plants wilt, especially if we add dehydration, a common enough problem among children and adults.

Without enough minerals our cells become like Swiss cheese—full of holes that can be filled with heavy metals and certainly radioactive particles take full advantage of mineral deficiencies. There, however, is no such thing as radioactive and heavy metal particles take advantage of pharmaceutical deficiencies. There is no such thing as a pharmaceutical deficiency!

However, in emergencies, medical supplies run out fast and even in the United States there are often severe shortages of certain medicines even when there is no emergency. Most of humanity is being driven back to a simpler life. If it were not for debt we would all be back to basics already. Doctors and general health-care practitioners should be prepared, as everyone should be, in preparing for economic, ecological and climate calamity that will force us to live without an ever more expensive medical system.

It is a good time to stock up heavily on life’s basic substances. It’s time to get that inexpensive 50-pound bag of baking soda, a few gallons of high-grade magnesium oil, and some quarts of iodine. Though I still use Nascent iodine for my family, it’s too expensive to give away or even find in most third-world countries. So I buy large bottles of Lugol’s and give out small but sufficient quantities to many people.

Many of the mineral medicines outlined below are used in ICU where they are injected or given intravenously. When used together, which pharmaceuticals cannot safely be, they have the power to save millions of lives and lift billions from suffering. If we add just one more substance, lets call it an everything medicine/super-food, then we can easily sustain this assertion about alleviating large scale suffering. Spirulina is an everything medicine because it has everything necessary for life in it. That is why whales can grow as big as a house eating only plankton. 

What could encompass a better way of practicing medicine than providing the body with an abundance of the most necessary substances in life? Fortunately for the world’s poor populations these basic most necessary medicines are inexpensive. This includes plenty of sun exposure and good drinking water, which unfortunately for the world’s poor is not so accessible.