Dominique Richard: Plank or Pedestal?
Dominique Richard is a modern day figure with views on medicine that are considered "alternative".
Dominique Richard: Plank or Pedestal? Imagine if you saw the world through a different lens than everyone else – would you consider this a gift or a curse? The benefit of historical perspective tells us that for people like Galileo, Darwin, Kinsey, and Grandin, seeing the world differently was clearly a gift – because each, in his or her own way, revolutionized the world. But that’s what we see now. In their own lives, each of these revolutionaries was persecuted for thinking differently, for seeing the world uniquely. Even as we applaud historical figures for their willingness and ability to think outside the box we belittle and demean modern-day figures that show a similar willingness and ability to push beyond a box’s borders.
Dominique Richard is one such modern-day figure. By today’s standards, his views on medicine are considered “alternative,” his approach to pharmacology is considered “fringe radicalism,” and he’s thought of by some as a “quack.” But while it might be a little early to place Richard on a pedestal with the likes of Galileo, Darwin, Kinsey, and Grandin, it’s worth reminding ourselves that they were all considered quacks at various stages of their lives and careers.
Talk about an uphill battle. The mainstream system is set up to crush the likes of PSC Distribution, which means that to survive and thrive they must exist on the fringe. They can promote the efficacy of their own approach to medicine but must steer very clear of discussing the inefficacy they identify in the mainstream’s approach, lest they wake the wary giant that is the pharmalobby.
So if you’re interested in learning more about embryonic phytochemistry and the therapeutic health benefits resulting from nature’s rich and vast pharmacology, what can you do? Well, for now you need to be out on the fringe, but rest assured that Dominique Richard and his colleagues are doing everything they can to bring natural pharmacology mainstream. In the meantime…
It is PSC’s policy to restrict the sale of single embryonic plant extracts to only trained or certified health care professionals. After all, while it’s easy to find information on conditions and diseases, only a health care practitioner has the proper combination of scientific knowledge, education, diagnostic tools, and experience to make an accurate diagnosis and pharmacological recommendation. And when you’re industry niche is already considered “alternative,” you better be darn sure you’re playing by the rules (even if they aren’t your rules).
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