Cure for Heroin: What Is Big Pharma’s Role in Psychiatric Medications, Can You Read This Article and Tell Me?

Question by some time: What is Big Pharma’s role in psychiatric medications, can you read this article and tell me?
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The secret history of Big Pharma’s role in creating and marketing heroin, LSD, meth, Ecstasy and speed
Tuesday, April 03, 2007 by: Mike Adams

Most consumers think street drugs are in an entirely different class than prescription drugs, they believe pharmaceutical companies would never manufacture or sell street drugs. But…drug companies actually invented many street drugs now considered most devastating, including heroin and meth (“ice”).

the connection:

Heroin was launched by Felix Hoffman, of Bayer…Bayer applied for a trademark term “heroin,” then began marketing drug as a cure for morphine addiction…cough syrup for children.

Parke-Davis, of Pfizer, promoted and sold cocaine. It
even produced a “cocaine injection kit”

A subsidiary of Novartis, Sandoz Laboratories, introduced LSD in 1938, marketing it as a psychiatric drug named Delysid.

Merck pioneered morphine from opium

Find out more by reading the article
“Yes, although you need to realize none of the companies manufactured “street drugs”. When the drugs were synthesized, they were legal drugs with potential medical uses. Morphine, heroin and cocaine do have known medical uses. And LSD may have some also.” Yes I suppose that they can synthesize any drug and use it and call it legal and say it has a medical purpose even marijuanna now.

“A more interesting question is why they were illegalized.”

That is a good question, do you have an answer? Was it because they were dangerous and harmful and they could not really control them and did not know who might get hooked on them? It is the same question with these.
“pharmaceutical companies come up with great drugs”

Sometimes there are scientifically based diseases and the doctors know which ones they are, they listen to the drug companies to help advise them and sometimes some of them like the perks drug companies give.

“it is the elite few that abuse the drugs that make them not worthy of the good intentions that they were created for.”

Some may like them or the more expensive drugs, if they can afford them. Not many do, and not many are being coerced or forced to take them against their will to get their needs met.

If you are asking me if I am one of the elite, I have to tell you that you are wrong. I don’t take them either.

“just like with any other good “product”, someone will abuse it or misuse it and make it an unreputable product to be talked about badly”

I wonder if this is because you may deal in this “product” and or know someone else that does too?

Maybe you just “like” to take them? Some do, that’s right

Best answer:

Answer by mcd
Yes, although you need to realize none of the companies manufactured “street drugs”. When the drugs were synthesized, they were legal drugs with potential medical uses. Morphine, heroin and cocaine do have known medical uses. And LSD may have some also.

A more interesting question is why they were illegalized.

Add your own answer in the comments!

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