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Perhaps there are pockets where this is not true but I know people in Kingston and MoBay from those who live in tin shacks up to the richest families in Jamaica and all respect medicine. I think the government should take a survey, how often does the average person go for a checkup to put aside everything else I said about vaccination. When a man or woman is having fertility issues what is the first thing they turn too before the doctor, they go back to the food and plant of the earth.
Some women taking things like what you call Dog blood and other homeopaths before even checking with a doctor, that was my initial point in my first comment. More people have more confidence in herbs and natural medicine more than they have Vintage Sunset Nonsense I Have Not Yet Begun To Defile Myself Shirt in doctors. I know of a person who has been diagnosed but high blood pressure and they refuse to take the pills the doctors prescribed they prefer to use to other means first before accepting that reality.