Sleeping drugs such as Ambien have been making people kill themselves in their sleep, says the Food and Drug Administration. Drugs that supposedly help people sleep are linked to falls, burns, poisoning, limb loss, drowning, and even suicide.
According to The New York Times, this could all be solved by adding warning labels to the bottles of the pills instead of people trying to get off Big Pharma’s drugs.
Incidents related to sleeping pills have included “accidental overdoses, falls, burns, near drowning, exposure to extreme cold temperatures leading to loss of limb, carbon monoxide poisoning, drowning, hypothermia, motor vehicle collisions with the patient driving, and self-injuries such as gunshot wounds and apparent suicide attempts,” according to the FDA’s own research. But rather than tell people not to use such drugs, the FDA simply wants people to know they could kill themselves after taking the pills….
Holy cow people. If you have trouble sleeping, try weaning yourself from fluoridated water.
There’s hardly a more obvious example of the toxicity of establishment “metasin” than toxic sleeping pills, especially given the availability of natural and non-toxic alternatives. I can attest from personal experience that Alex Jones has a line of natural supplements and health aids which blow the pants off anything offered by any doctor that I know of. “Knock Out” for instance, is an excellent sleeping pill that does what it says without side effects or grogginess the next day.
I get no kickback from this, I’m just sharing what has helped me. “Brain force” and “DNA force” are also excellent. And his advice about iodine supplementation is valid given the toxic halogens most people are ingesting on a daily basis (fluorine, chlorine and bromine).
The pharmaceutical industry is predatory and most of their merchandise is expensive slow poison. It would not at all surprise me if their vaccine business strategy is to deliberately induce chronic illness in order to create life-long drug customers. But that’s just me being anecdotal.
Here’s another example: