Posted May 2, 2011 @ 5:09pm | by Kori Mortenson


Unlike a specifically-targeted chiropractic adjustment, drugs are more like an imprecise, whole-body "bomb."  Most of which do one of two things:

1.  Speed things up

One of the things drugs (legal or otherwise) can do is to accelerate some bodily processes.  Laxatives, amphetamines and anti-depressants fall into this category.  How much of an increase in bodily function a drug will produce is merely an educated guess and can often result in unpleasant side-effects.

2.  Slow things down

The other things drugs (over-the-counter or prescription) can do is to depress bodily processes, such as antihistamines, stomach antacids and blood pressure medications.  Slowing down a bodily process can change how you feel - not necessarily for the good.

Natural Chemistry

We aren't anti-drug.  We're interested in letting your body decide why something needs to be sped up or slowed down.  Instead of changing your blood chemistry artificially, we look for disturbances to your nerve system because your nerve system controls your body's ability to balance its own chemistry naturally.  Man-made chemicals cannot duplicate exactly what your body already knows is right for you.

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