Good morning friends! Just a reminder in healthcare lingo:
👉👉Effectiveness does not equal safety.....those two words are not interchangeable, NOR can you assume that using one of those words implies the "okay-ness" of the other.
Here is an exaggerated example, but you'll get my drift.....
You have a toenail fungus, so the doctor decides to amputate. Well, that would be effective, wouldn't it? But is that safe 😉?
Conversely, what if the doctor instead decided to paint your toenails daily with a solution of normal saline as a means to treat your toe nail fungus? Well, that would be safe, but it certainly wouldn't be effective!
When you say yes to something that causes irreversible or unremovable change to your body (big or seemingly small) make sure that what you are agreeing to is BOTH safe AND effective. Otherwise you are playing Russian roulette with your body.
xoxo~ liz (your friendly holistically minded pharmacist)
Hey there....thanks for stopping by! This is me (Liz James)... an eclectic mixture of holistic (and organic) farmgirl meets pharmacist. It's a synergy that works well as I speak truths and dissect fact from fiction. If you're looking for healthier living options, you've come to the right place!