Consumers and morons in London are all talking about Alternative medicine. The Pseudoephedrine in a Chain store is talking about a new Cough medicine, released by Pharmaceutical industry called Contac. R.F.Wilson reports from London.
How is it that producers get away with treating consumers like morons?
There was once a great medicine called Contac that worked wonder when you wanted to get the symptoms of cold or flu disappear for about 10 to 12 hours.
The caring pharmaceutical company decided to protect lowlifes and punish everyone paying cash for Contac products.
They also have cough medicine that makes people a bit drowsy when they consume.
Another good example is toothpaste Signal and Colgate they are two brands in competition to sell the same thing, people choose on what they are recommended by valued sources.
Recently I’ve had a piece of grilled salmon served to me with spaghetti as a side dish in a central London restaurant.
Time to think of growing our own food ourselves and resorting to alternative medicine.
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