Jan 6, 2016
There's a plant-based substance that can be blended with alcoholic beverages like vodka to virtually eliminate the damage to the liver normally caused by alcohol consumption.
But astonishingly, the U.S. government has gone to great lengths to censor knowledge of this solution and prevent alcohol companies from adding it to their labels.
The molecule, derived in part from the glycerrhizin compound found in licorice root, is called "NTX" (see NTXtechnology.com). It's like having a molecular shield that protects your liver from the kind of damage typically caused by alcohol.
Given that probably hundreds of thousands of people suffer some degree of liver damage from alcohol consumption each year in the United States alone, I found it absolutely astonishing that the federal government wouldn't welcome a plant-based additive that could block liver damage and make alcohol safer to consume.
It turns out the feds are trying to suppress this innovation and keep alcohol as dangerous as possible! It's crazy! Telling alcohol manufacturers they can't use this molecule is like ordering car manufacturers to stop making cars with seatbelts or air bags.
Truth is, there is a way to drink more safely, and it exists right now! But the corrupt U.S. government doesn't want you to hear about it because the solution comes from an ancient herb that's been used for thousands of years in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
This innovation could save countless lives, but the government would rather those people suffer and die than to publicly acknowlege the health protective effects of a medicinal herb. Amazing...