Would try to ban certain supplements, that have positive effects on millions of people, backed with research and data to prove they are safe when used PROPERLY, but wouldnt even touch something like cigarettes and nicotine? Smoking is not only PROVEN unhealthy and cancer causing, but it has NO POSITIVE effects whatsoever, is VERY addiciting, and it hurts people around it that DONT EVEN SMOKE!
Alcohol kills millions that destroy their organs drinking too much, aids in depression, stress, anxiety, and suicide, kills thousands of younger people who get their hands on it, and thousands more INNOCENT men, women and children who are struck and killed in DUI accidents. This doesnt even touch on families destroyed by alcoholism, women and children battered by domestic violence fueled by alocohol, and the people left behind to pick of the pieces of tragedy of someone lost in a pointless, irresponsible death related to alcohol or a DUI.
Yet, here we are, on the verge of a bill to possibly be banned by our own government, the government that allows alocholism to flourish, and cigarettes to kill millions of people who dont even smoke, but doesnt want people to put something with very little potential to harm you and much more potential to HELP you in their own body, without risk to anyone else. People taking supplements are trying to heal, help, aid, or recover their bodies in whatever way they see fit. With the millions of people who are sucsessful using pro-horomones, ephedra, and other substances, with little or NO side effects, a few who usually misuse the product get hurt or die, and we ALL SUFFER?
Where is the justice in that.
Tell it to the famlies who lose people every day to alcohol and smoking... where is the ban on those substances?
Only in America.. what a joke this country is becoming.
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