From: Steve Harris <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Can MDs Dispense....And Should They?
Date: 18 Jul 2005 19:29:34 -0700
George Lagergren wrote:
> > That is why folks need to become their own de facto diet medicine /
> > nutritional medicine "doctor". Thus bypassing the pharm drug medicine
> > world.
> "Day Brown" <email@example.com> replied:
> > I know witches who are already doing this. surf for the 'German
> > Government Commission E Monograph on Herbs', which has scientific
> > double blind studies of hundreds of herbs in the German market, and
> > which identifies scores of herbs with genuine therapeutic value.
> > It turns out that there's a *reason* "Bachelor's Button" is so named.
> > Its an emmenagogue like RU 486. No apppointment, no clinic, no line of
> > right to life protesters, no Right to life adoption lecture, no doctor,
> > no prescription, or problems with a pharmacist, no parental consent, and
> > so low cost that any woman can have a first timester on demand abortion.
> > [that's a period]
> Very interesting. So there is a herb that can perform the same
> function as RU486 [a pharm drug].
Don't you all get excited here. The German Commission E said no such
thing. This is just the kind of lies and nonsense you get on the web.
There are no herbs that do anything like what RU 486 does. There are
many herbs that women have killed themselves with while *trying* to
induce abortion. "Batchelor's Button" is a common name for feverfew,
cornflower, and several other herbs. None are abortifacients.