Well as the medical profession is in the thrall of the big drug companies, it's probably a good idea.
I think it depends on what the problem is and what they are using to medicate themselves with. If someone has a knowledge of herbs or homeopathy, or even OTC drugs, and medicates themselves, I see nothing wrong with it. Even a person suffering from depression can easily find the right Bach essences to use. But if you are talking about obtaining drugs on the black market, definitely not. It is far too dangerous.
by JP Carlos 6 years ago
Why do people self medicate?
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