Prescription drugs continue to dominate in the health and wellness world, no matter how much warning people receive. Instead of finding ways to prevent illness and disease through their underlying causes, we turn to prescription drugs that promise us a symptom free lifestyle.
The truth of the matter is, there are natural replacements for prescription drugs. Every time you fill out a prescription, there is a cheaper, healthier, safer alternative that won’t put money into the pockets of money hungry drug companies.
Before we start, here’s a statistic to rattle your chains! Each year 4 billion prescriptions are written, and the United States and Canada makes up for 80% of that number!
Natural Replacements For Prescription Drugs
1. Hydrocodone (Acetaminophen/Vicodin/Oxycontin)
Use: This is the most prescribed drug in the world currently, and pharmaceutical companies are making billions of dollars a year on this drug alone; it’s used to manage pain.
How it works: This drug is an oral narcotic and analgesic
Replacement: Ginger, turmeric, berries, cayenne pepper, cherries, walnuts
2. Statins (Lipitor/Zocor/Crestor)
Use: Reduces LDL cholesterol
How it works: Artificially lower cholesterol by hindering enzymes from producing cholesterol in the liver.
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Replacements: Nuts, spinach, apples, turmeric, tomatoes, fatty fish, beans, garlic, psyllium, licorice root.
Use: Reduces high blood pressure, hypertension, congestive heart failure and heart attacks.
How it works: Inhibits the influx of calcium ions to your vascular and cardiac muscles, which interferes with calcium accumulation.
Replacement: Foods with vitamin C (oranges, chilli peppers, guavas, bell peppers etc.), foods with magnesium (leafy greens, brazil nuts, pumpkin seeds), and foods high in potassium (mushrooms, bananas, leafy greens, sweet potatoes).
Use: Treats hypothyroidism
How it works: Works to artificially replace the thyroid hormone and in doing so cause the body to produce less of the hormone.
Replacements: Seaweed, kelp, radish, parsley, fish, eggs, bananas, cranberries, foods with iron (red meat), selenium and zinc (oysters).
5. Azithromycin and Amoxicillin
How it works: Obstructs the synthesis of bacteria cells and inhibits bacteria cell growth (also kills good bacteria).
Replacements: Garlic, coconut oil, turmeric, salmon, sardines, nuts, raw honey, grean tea, rose water, oregano oil, and probiotics.
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