Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Smoking banned in public places

I always thought that the Health Minister had grown too big for his boots. He had been dictating his terms to others and functioning more as a tyrranical despot till he made smoking in public places an offence.
Smoking, that includes passive smoking, is a definite health hazard. Not many people know that those who sport moustaches and smoke are at a greater risk because the smoke as well as the other compounds (read toxins) released are adsorbed onto the bushes on the upper lip. These are then continuously inhaled even after the last butt has been stubbed.
What about smokers who genuinely care about their family and don't smoke in their house? I have a neighbour who does not want his kids to inhale the nicotine that he is blowing in the wind. The smart thing to do is sit outside his flat which unfortunately is adjacent to mine and puff away to glory. So what if my children are allergic to the smoke and get recurrent chest infections. His loves his kids too much and won't let them suffer. I have shooed away the people who work for him in a small home office that he and his wife run in their apartment. When they smoke outside my apartment, they have to face my wrath, but I haven't been able to be as ugly with their employer who after all is a loving father.
Homeopathy has a medicine called Caladium that can reduce the craving for tobacco. I might just lace my neighbor's water with it so that he quits smoking!
For homeopathic consultation for your symptoms you may visit Homeopathic Healing or send an e-mail to to meet the Homeopathic Specialists.
Disclaimer: A detailed history followed by constitutional treatment by good and qualified homeopathic specialists is necessary to treat the complaints that appear during any disease. It is not advisable to resort to self-medication for any disease. The above-mentioned drugs are just a few of the remedies and are mentioned solely to create awareness about the efficacy of homeopathic medicines.

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