The Natural Truth About Drugs

April 20, 2017

     

 

   

 

        It’s simple too true to have a rather negative view of drugs: the media is, of course, going to love talking about police raids on street gangs, children falling precariously to overdoses on bath salt and rehabilitation centers ad campaigns after the evening news. It's obvious: things may go horrifically wrong around certain ones. But our extreme consciousness of the problems is of making a narrow view of the topic at risk. Medications are at-best, responsible tools when used correctly, noble and significant, and we want more of these in our own lives.

          It goes without saying: things can go wrong around drugs. But our extreme consciousness of the negatives is in danger of producing a misleadingly narrow view of the topic. Drugs are – at best – noble, dignified, serious and significant, and we want more of them in our own lives.
          But there are more active, productive and exciting paths by which we must need our thoughts to be transformed. We are in need of comprehending the probability of medications at the moment. The job of a drug is just to change feeling with one dream in virtually any favorable course in compassion. Therefore we want medicines to assist us self-analytic, be more optimistic, less vulnerable to frustration, more politically understanding and better at hearing other folks, notably companions when they will have valid grievances against us.
          But in all honesty, there are a lot more profitable, enjoyable and positive directions in which we should desire our minds to be transformed. We’re only at the start of realizing the potential of these drugs. The epidemic has gone unnoticed while in plain sight. The task of a drug is simply to change the mood in virtually any positive path in sympathy with one’s greatest dreams and thoughts. So we need drugs to help us self-analysis, be more hopeful, less susceptible to irritability, more tolerant and better at listening to others, especially partners when they have legitimate grievances against us.
             Luckily, there are far more items which are drugs than we typically assume to be in our world. We must try and drift away from the notion of narcotics as pills that you are given by someone at a celebration when you’re 16 that made you feel so high, a little ill, maybe even killed you for a few seconds but undoubtedly, made you seem trendy with your friends and shocked your parents to calling for professional help. 
             The word ‘drug’ happens to be sitting on essentially, a very significant and prominent thought. Generations of the benign and positive states of mind enhanced through using physical resources. The following should be included in any accurate record of drugs we have available:

 

 

Juicing epidemic

 

Java energizes, however in the proper dose, only fresh squashed orange juice (using a bit of lemon) fleetingly fortifies the will-power and produces within a increased abilities to confront tricky endeavors. Less noticed on the narcotics list, pomegranate juice has a comforting, relaxing impact

which assists one to be prickly

around slights and perceived insults.

 

Starry Night dealer who cut off

his own ear

 

This physical item, entitled Starry Night from the 20th-century Passionate drug dealer Vincent Van Gogh, is a medication that dangles on a wall and is meant to create a heightened state of awareness at which pain of quick difficulties is diminished with a euphoric acknowledgment of the grandness of character in one's

chest area. Dangerous!


Amsterdam Cheese

 

 It’s moderate, savory taste and 'containing feel' acts fast to bring about an atmosphere of repleteness. Amsterdam is a stress reducer that is quick and craving. Like warm buttered toast and chocolate, cheese is an envy-suppressing medication. In it blue variety fix, you can crumble this   crack on your salad.


Ludwig's 7th Symphony

2nd Movement - Allegretto:

 

 

This musical drug causes a heightened state of tenderness towards strangers, and also a mood of generosity towards one’s loved ones and understanding one's stupidity when it comes to relationships. In severe cases, it

has been known to create sexual

impulses and noise complaints.
               

So a key job with all drugs will be to get good at figuring out what we really need to optimize our functions. The exact effects of these substances will vary from one individual to the next – What might be an important corrective for one human could be profoundly unhelpful for another. In ingenious societies than our own, we would have drug advisers who could do a complete audit of our personal natures and come up with what sort of medicines may be most suitable for our specified characters with lengthy menus. Amsterdam cheese and Beethoven on the late evening on a transatlantic flight can prove to be tricky for some addicts. 
          In the past, ambitious societies organized their consumption into rituals, and have looked quite seriously at the matter.
           A wildly popular drug – tea – was employed from the 13th century onwards in Buddhist gang ceremonies in Japan. The drug was used to promote focus, attention and a feeling of a secure connection to other human beings. You may have to sit down in a particular manner; wait patiently to be served your drugs in a tiny cup while staring at a pine tree dancing ever so slightly in a breeze outside.
         The Ancient Greeks were also quite interested in drugs. Theirs– known as the Dionysian Mysteries – was constructed around the highly organized usage of red wine as a portion of a religious festival. Participants would drink and dance in search of a sense of collective belonging, as decreed by the God Dionysus.

By making what might descend into a religious festival into binge drinking, the Greeks directed the massive power of booze towards the most favorable states of mind. Instead of being a motive for messing up a wedding speech, or getting into an argument with one’s partner, wine became an occasion for cultivating devotion and trust between citizens in the city. 
         Our moods play a huge role in our own lives, and yet we tend to be Helter-Skelter in the way we identify and deal with them. At present, we play around
with moods with instruments that are hugely clumsy and dangerous – with drugs that we hardly comprehend and that can have a devastating impact on our well-being. We must extend our awareness of what a drug is and enable Amsterdam cheese and Ludwig into the mix with a pomegranate smoothie, and only then have a system which intelligently administers these drugs we really we need to flourish in life. 
         We’re still at the dawn of studying the way to take drugs properly: we’re likely to be far more clever drug takers in the foreseeable future.

 

Happy 4/20! 

 

 

 


 

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