Lindsey Elmore: What Drugs Do To Us: A Pharmacist’s View - Laurie Seely

Lindsey Elmore: What Drugs Do To Us: A Pharmacist’s View

May 4, 2020 | 0 comments

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Lindsey Elmore: What Drugs Do To Us: A Pharmacist’s View



“The problem with allopathic medicine, is that it treats the body as if it’s not one thing.”

How well have you taken care of your immune system? 

The current coronavirus pandemic has highlighted how essential it is to have a good immune system, but unfortunately, there has not been much attention on ways we can protect ourselves on not just covid-19, but many illnesses by just strengthening our immune systems.

“There’s nothing worse than going to your doctor and saying, ‘Hey, I’m considering taking this ’supplement, I’d like to use this essential oil.  Can you tell me if this is going to be safe?’  And they go, ‘I don’t know.  It doesn’t work.  Don’t use it.’  It’s crap.  It’s total crap.”

essential oils on table with flowers

Essential oils  with fresh herbal leaves and flowers.

Natural wellness can be a great way to protect yourself against many ailments, but the media rarely focuses on it because they make a lot of money from the pharmaceutical industry, and they won’t make money if you’re sick!  It was fascinating to hear Dr. Lindsey Elmore talk about this, from her perspective a pharmacist.

“I was already that weird pharmacist who thought you should get off of your medicines and take some supplements and eat some decent food.”

Tune into this episode as host, Laurie Seely, speaks with Dr. Lindsey Elmore, a Board-Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist, about natural wellness, stress, the pharmaceutical industry, and more.

Key Points:

• The value of natural wellness, despite traditional medical doctors claiming it doesn’t work.
• Gut health being a vital component for a strong immune system.
• What pharmacists REALLY do.
• Why it’s better for the pharmaceutical industry to keep us sick.
• Stress makes us more susceptible to viruses.
• A good diet, lack of sleep, and getting rid of toxic relationships are just as important as getting prescribed the right medicine.
• How our body systems are connected.
• WHY you get certain ailments and/ or injuries?

Dr. Lindsey Elmore is a Board-Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist licensed to practice in three states.  She’s also a Certified Yoga® Instructor, an Aroma Freedom practitioner, and the creator of the Clean Slate Cleanse.  You can follow along with her gluten-free, vegan foodstagram on Instagram @cleanslatecleanse and on Facebook @thecleanslatecleanse.

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