Doctors Interfere with the Living Principle

Doctor, no medicine.—We are machines made to live—organized expressly for that purpose.—Such is our nature.—Do not counteract the living principle.—Leave it at liberty to defend itself, and it will do better than your drugs.


A quote from Emperor Napoléon Bonaparte on how living things know how to survive on their own without the interference of medicine.

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