Orangutans Make Their Own Natural MEDICINE (Podcast)

Thursday, March 08, 2018 by

Orangutans have been found to make their own natural medicine using rainforest botanicals.

That makes them smarter than humans in many ways, given that humans reject natural medicine and pay through the nose to poison their bodies with toxic synthetic pharmaceuticals.

Podcast Transcript: “Fascinating new research on primates known as Orangutans. These primates make their own natural medicines in the rain forest. They gather ingredients and they make their own ointments, medicinal products. They treat themselves with this natural medicine. This story, including the scientific citation and source, is published right now on Natural News (just search “Orangutans”) and you’ll find it. What’s fascinating about this is its yet more confirmation that all the animals of the planet have grown up being compatible with the natural medicines all around them. Of all the species on the planet, most of them use natural medicine in one way or another – sometimes passively and other times actively like these primates. But there is only one species on the planet that rejects natural medicine and instead poisons their own children with toxic heavy metals and prescription pharmaceuticals and that’s human beings. Humans are in this way are so much less intelligent than animals, because animals recognize the natural bio-compatible of natural medicine and they use the medicines for free. While humans run around paying sometimes thousands of dollars a month for health care…” Listen to the full podcast below:

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