Actually the final report clarified that she just had too many drugs to treat her problems, and NOT that she was addicted. I won't make a roll call of her prescription but the final analysis of the whole set up is actually very simple.
- Anemia. Lack of high intensity load bearing (weights) exercise. Blockage or lack of energy traveling along her spine all the way to its base. Intrinsic personality deficiency's are possible causes contrary to the overt personality. She may have had poor "sense of self" or other manifestations of a "weak" personality.
- Pneumonia. Bacteria and viruses are everywhere. Lack of physical health due to the lack of proper intense exercise lowers the immune system. Possibly esteem and lack of self identity may also be possible (anemia, poor immunity).
- Drugs only fix the superficial problem but not really the true problem. Drugs also have toxic side effects when she could have resorted to natural means. With a good physical and etheric system, drugs are useless.
Medicine: A plethora of teas and their respective vegetables would have helped. Ampalaya (bitter gourd) is one. (see Diwa's Garden).
Moral of the story.
- People are generally lazy (when it comes to exercise). They would rather spend money on expensive drugs that can kill them instead of maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
- People are usually ignorant, just as college educated nutritionists are the most blind with regards to losing weight, so are most people ignorant on having too much faith in conventional medicine and discovering more simple and cost effective alternatives. Alternatives that they could learn by reading this blog. For free.
In the end. Brittany, just like a slew of so many other shining stars in this universe, had spent its last vestiges of fuel. Finally extinguishing itself in its short and brilliant life. An uncommon end to an uncommon life.