(Natural News) Have you ever wondered how "Big Pharma" attained the power it now has over our system of medicine? Or why our food, water and air – our most precious resources – are all now polluted by deadly chemicals that are completely unnecessary for our existence and that never should have been approved for use in the first place?
A new documentary film by Era of Wisdom entitled, Toddlers on Amphetamine: History of Big Pharma and the Major Players, takes a closer look at these and other pertinent issues, divulging the little-known history of the chemical industry, and how we came to be a nation saturated in poisons that are destroying both our earth and our bodies. (RELATED: Read more news about the crimes and corruption of Big Pharma at DrugCartels.news)
This free documentary available for viewing on YouTube uncovers many truths that you'll never hear about in the mainstream media that affect every area of your life, from the things you eat to the personal care products you put on your body and even the sprays you apply to your lawn. Written and directed by Cassius Kamarampi and narrated by Josh Mur, Toddlers on Amphetamine: History of Big Pharma and the Major Players pinpoints all the major players in this system of disease and death, and highlights how they fit into the bigger puzzle of corruption that dominates our modern system of living.
There was once a time when everyday people used natural folk remedies to minimize pain and cope with disease, and yet today thousands of young children are being prescribed legal methamphetamines to treat "behavioral problems." How did we fall so far from where we began, and is it possible to ever return? Understanding how we got here in the first place is an important first step, and this is a big part of what Toddlers on Amphetamine: History of Big Pharma and the Major Players aims to achieve.
The film "documents the full history of allopathic medicine, the hidden history of what we call 'big pharma,' and how the world generally came to be the way it is today," the film's producers explain. "It examines the history of chemicals, poison in particular, disease, power, and psychopathy."
You can watch the film in its entirety for free here.