In this essay I will be introducing several startling ideas which run contrary to accepted understanding of models of mental health, and will endeavor to state my case as well as I can despite the extremely complicated nature of the science behind these new ways of understanding mental issues. Citations will be provided in order to verify the claims made herein.
Transcript: Mefloquine is a drug that was given to all UN/NATO troops in Afghanistan and Iraq as an antimalarial, as well as, presumably for its “off label effects, which we’ll go into, to prisoners at Guatanamo Bay. First tested on prisoners, mefloquine was handed out to Canadian Armed Forces members “theoretically” as part of a […]
One of the things that never ceases to amaze me is an odd law called the codex allimentarius, which was set down like a century ago under British trade laws and somehow became incorporated into pharmaceutical and food laws today internationally, probably through the East India Trading Company and Lloyds of London. The codex basically […]
The psychological effects of Mefloquine are a nightmare, literally; every soldier I have spoken to talks about the Meflomares and how they knew it was fucking them up but not how exactly or who to tell about it. Mefloquine acts as a chemotherapeutic prophylactic agent against malaria, and stops the body from transporting adenosine diphosphate […]
New Therapy For Chronic Pain Offers Hope For Sufferers Chronic pain is one of the most difficult medical conditions to understand, let alone treat. Affecting over three million people in the U.S. per year, chronic pain has no cure and can appear even in the absence of an injury or disease. New research out of […]
Cancer Cells Self-Destruct With New Therapy, Patients Live Longer Jimmy Carter’s quick cancer recovery this year is part of a revolution in how doctors treat cancer – Immunotherapy. While the former president’s medical staff used it to quickly and effectively treat his brain cancer, doctors in Texas report their work with immunotherapy and prostate cancer […]
Many inborn errors of metabolism prevent the Krebs cycle from occurring in full, resulting in a pathology which can represent as anything from inflammation in the tissue, exhaustion, pain without known etiology, etc, and may be recognized in forms ranging from autism to porphyria. Regardless of the precise end result and diagnosis, several factors remain the same; metabolism is not at an optimal level on a cellular basis.
For the past few weeks I have been bouncing around the idea with a colleague about the concept of running a formal trial with volunteers from the Canadian Forces who are presently on the Veterans’ Affairs waiting list for PTSD treatment. The main driving idea behind the study is comparing the day to day function […]