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Valium (Diazepam) came on the market only in the 1960s, but has been found in the brain tissues of people who died before 1940. In addition, Dr. Urlich Klotz and Elizabeth Unseld of the Fisher-Bosch Institute of Clinical Pharmacology in Stuggart has found the trnaquilizers in the brains of wild and domesticated animals such as dogs, cats, deer, cows and chicken, as well as in eggs, cow's milk and the blood of people who have never taken the drug. How did it get there? The answer is food. Natural benzodiazepines is found naturally in food like potatoes, brown lentiles, yellow soybeans, rice, corn, mushrooms and cherries in small amount. However, don't think of taking these food as a substitute for the drug as you would have to eat something like 220 pounds of potatoes to get the effect of a does of 5 to 10 mg of Valium.
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