(NaturalNews) Yesterday NaturalNews reported that Whitney Houston was likely the latest victim of the pharmaceutical industry and its deadly, toxic prescription drugs. Her body was found near her medications, which included Lorazepam, Valium, Xanax, and a sleeping medication (http://www.naturalnews.com/034944_Whitney_Ho...).
It has now been revealed by TMZ that L.A. County Coroner's officials told Houston's family that she died from a toxic combination of prescription drugs and alcohol. Importantly, there was not enough water in her lungs to have drowned her, meaning she died from the drugs and then sank into the tub.
"The singer did not die from drowning, but rather from what appears to be a combination of Xanax and other prescription drugs mixed with alcohol ... this according to family sources," reports TMZ (http://www.tmz.com/2012/02/13/whitney-housto...).
The family was also told that Whitney died "before her head became submerged."
Yet another victim of the pharmaceutical industry and its deadly medications
The evidence now conclusively points to the fact that Whitney Houston has been killed by the pharmaceutical industry. She had no death wish, no suicidal behavior, and no intent to kill herself. There was no evidence of foul play. She thought she was merely taking "anti-anxiety drugs" that would help her relax, but instead she was killed by an FDA-approved product, prescribed by state-licensed doctors and dispensed by licensed pharmacies.
She was killed, in other words, by "western medicine" (sometimes called "conventional medicine").
Elvis and Marilyn Monroe were also killed by the drug industry's medications
Whitney Houston is not the only celebrity killed by Big Pharma's drugs. The industry's toxic chemicals also killed Elvis, Heath Ledger, and Marilyn Monroe (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Marily...). And hundreds of thousands of people are killed every year who aren't famous -- they just die quietly in their beds as yet more victims of the greed-driven pharmaceutical industry whose products are more deadly than terrorism.
And those who aren't outright killed by their drugs are routinely harmed by those drugs or made into prescription drug addicts. Big Pharma is an industry of death that will continue to kill our beloved singers, artists and fellow citizens and family members unless we demand an end to the drug culture marketing of prescription pills and a return to medical sanity. The FDA legalized pharmaceutical advertising on television in 1997, and since then, drug use (and drug deaths) have skyrocketed across America.
Whitney Houston's death must serve as an urgent reminder that pills are not the answer, and that those who seek to alter their moods, physiology or biochemistry through Big Pharma's deadly drugs are only playing Russian roulette with their lives.
Share this story to help spread this warning: Prescription pills are NEVER the answer! If you want to be healthy, turn to nutrition, dietary improvements, exercise, sunlight and time with nature. Eat organic, non-GMO foods. Take high-end superfood supplements. Get regular exercise and consider starting a home garden. You cannot "chemicalize" your way to good health. The body and mind need Mother Nature, not synthetic chemicals made in a pharmaceutical factory.
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