Posted: 13 November 2017 Updated: 07 December 2017
Require impoverished diabetics to manufacture insulin
Insulin dependant diabetics require injections of insulin that is manufactured by bacteria. We now have the technology that a person could learn how to cultivate the insulin in small amounts. If we required diabetics to cultivate their own medicine, then that would be similar to my situation.
I have learned how to cultivate mushrooms, but I don’t have the equipment.
I don’t have the money to buy all the equipment.
If I did buy the equipment, I don’t have the money to put the equipment indoors or the money to pay for electricity.
If I had all of the necessary money, my symptoms still make everything more difficult. For example, the first step is to purchase agar. If I didn’t have health problems or money problems, I would have purchased the agar no later than five days ago. But I do have problems. I finally traveled to a city that sells agar, and I found a store that sells it, but it’s 4 pm and the only thing I have accomplished today is eating breakfast. I still don’t have agar.
Without money, I can’t buy medicine to manage my symptoms.
Without money, I can’t cultivate the medicine to cure my health condition.
Without a cure, my symptoms are too strong for me to work.
Without work, I don’t have money.
That’s the trap: no money so no cure so no work so no money.
To escape the trap, I want to buy the equipment, rent a room, cultivate the psilocybin mushrooms, heal, and start making money.
I live in Mexico because almost everything here is less expensive than in the US. I only need a few hundred dollars to buy medicine, equipment, and food and to rent a room.
We dad gave me US$200 but I need more. Plus, the longer I go without medicines, the more everything costs. And I can’t cultivate the mushrooms without temperature control: a room with electricity, not my tent.
I am looking forward to the day when I no longer must feel the humiliation of begging for medicine and food and shelter. PayPal: [email protected]