There’s nothing that gets the blood flowing in the morning like a good kick in the crotch, and it can come from such varied avenues that it boggles the mind.
But if your significant other, cell mate, the clown you share a cubicle with, your miscreant of a boss or any other friend, relative or stranger on the street doesn’t provide it, relax, there’s always dickheads in whatever government agency who will provide the morning boot to your privates.
Zantac, once called the “best-selling drug in the world,” has been linked to cancer.
That burning feeling in your chest after you eat a heavy meal could be heartburn. Or it could be worry over the drugs you’ve taken to treat that heartburn. Among the top medical stories of 2019 was the discovery of contaminants in common medicines, and ranitidine—best known as Zantac—took up a large share of those headlines. A cancer-causing substance known as NDMA has been repeatedly found in one of the most popular antacid drugs in the United States.
The scary news continues in 2020. On Wednesday, the Food and Drug Administration announced voluntary recalls of prescription forms of ranitidine by two generic drug companies, Appco Pharma and Northwind Pharmaceuticals, bringing the total number of ranitidine recalls to 14 in the past five months. The agency also reported that Mylan Pharmaceuticals recalled three lots of Nizatidine (Axid), a similar drug, again because of NDMA.
This week’s recalls are a new cause for alarm for the 15 million Americans who take ranitidine at prescription levels, and the millions more who regularly take lower-dose, over-the-counter versions. More than 60 million Americans experience heartburn at least once a month. Zantac was once the best-selling drug in the world. (Full article.) – via healthimpactnews.com
Talk about buyers remorse, but this shouldn’t surprise anyone, as the FDA approved this poison back in 1999 and are just now getting around to recalling it. They do have your back on health. Big Pharma produces the shyte and the FDA stamps it good and without stench. And Jesus wept.
But it’s not like there aren’t any natural creations that might help with that feeling of a boot planted directly into your upper abdomen area after eating or not eating. God, Mother Earth, or the Committee of Dolphins who started this circus always provide the natural for our health and it’s usually very inexpensive, or sometimes even free to use if you can grow it out in the back of your crib – but the shits hiding out in grunt-stained government or corporate hideaways, certainly wouldn’t want you to know about anything natural that can assist with your health issues. And that fits out quite nicely for these charlatans as most Americans just really don’t want to be bothered with goodness they need to research a bit. Easier to down a pill of chemical f**kery and never think about anything again, until you have a white lab coat diagnose you with a disease that begins with the letter ‘C’ from taking big pharma produced and government approved poisons.
Consider just a few of the natural to help with that heartburn, ulcer, GERD and the likes: Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda in water, Slippery Elm, Marshmallow Root, Vitamin D, Aloe Vera juice, Ginger root, and Siberian Pine Nut Oil. Yes, the Siberian Pine Nut Oil is from Russia and probably a Russian plot to nurture your body back to good health – such evil.
And speaking of the world of suck that government and corporate demons provides, for you to purchase of course, there are also Hollywood types that are hawking candle scents that few would venture to think of:
Why is Gwyneth Paltrow selling a candle that smells like her vagina?
Gwyneth has made a candle called This Smells Like My Vagina for her website, Goop. And, of course, it has sold out – via theGuardian.com
We’re not sure which makes Jesus weep further, that this product has been created, or that the product is sold out.
“Whenever I’m asked why Southern writers particularly have a penchant for writing about freaks, I say it is because we are still able to recognize one.” – Flannery O’Connor
Tonight’s musical offering:
Grateful Dead – “Mama Tried”
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