(Exercising Your Mind)
Masks of Madness, DVD
Canadian Schizophrenia Foundation
Sisyphus Communications, 1998
The Emporer Wears No Clothes, Jack Herer, 2000
Save your money and save your life.
None of the information presented by me is to be misinterpreted as a suggestion to forego the professional advice of a State Licensed Healing Arts Practitioner.
I’ve seen a large number of schizophrenic patients who were cured—cured—when they stopped drinking milk.
—Abram Hoffer, M.D., in Masks of Madness
The number one(# 1) drug-abuse problem in the United States is addiction to the legally, doctor-prescribed, benzodiazepine class of drugs. “Benzos” and other prescriptions accounts for more emergency room hospitalizations than Morphine, Heroin and Cocaine-related hospital admissions combined.
These are also prescribed to children as well as other drugs like Stelazine, Librium, Thorazine, Haldol and “Atypicals” such as Abilify and Clozaril. These drugs cause problems such as Tardive Dyskinesia at an alarming rate. Drugs like the oral preparation of Lamisil and Sporanox, which is to treat a non-lethal fungus on the foot, have been linked to liver failure and death.
Pharmaceuticals are inferior to whole food plant medicines as they are now.
There are much safer, non-toxic methods of healing oneself. Many of these therapies that are offered are also remedies for damages that may have been caused by “treatment” with conventional chemotherapies(medication, xenobiotics, allopathics). The Iatrogenic Recovery process is one of individuality and customization of each client’s therapy.
This is usually done with the referral of a knowledgeable Medical Doctor or Psychiatrist as appropriate. Since more natural modalities are utilized, alleviation of symptoms may appear much slower. However, the results are also longer lasting if not permanent.
‘Cure’ is not the word to be used as there may always be a propensity…” for a condition to return if healthy habits are not adhered to. -Hyla Cass; Masks of Madness
I would not recommend doing this without a competent and trusted Licensed Health Care Practitioner reliably on hand. My personal situation taught me how to do it right so that others do not have to suffer because of zealous ignorance. However, it can be and should be done when appropriately planned.
Possible therapeutic regimens include Dietary Changes (organic whole foods), Nutrient Supplimentation (vitamins, minerals, amino acids, essential fatty acids etc.), Exercise, Meditation, Hypnosis and other Calibrations. As mentioned before, the recovery process may appear to be slower but definitley prove to be lasting.
A normal scenario would have you slowly reducing the offending chemical and replacing it with the preferred remedy as needed. Full recoveries are common when the targeted program is strictly adhered to and continued through the recommended duration. These treatment methods are generally less expensive and more user friendly.
Etymology: Greek iatros physician + English -genic
: induced inadvertently by a physician or surgeon or by medical treatment or diagnostic procedures <an iatrogenic rash>
– iat·ro·gen·e·sis /-trO-‘je-n&-s&s/ noun
– iat·ro·gen·i·cal·ly /-tr&-‘je-ni-k(&lE/ adverb
Main Entry: re·cov·ery
Pronunciation: ri-‘k&-v&-rE, -‘k&v-rE
Inflected Form(s): plural -er·ies
1 : the act, process, or an instance of recovering; especially : an economic upturn (as after a depression)
2 : the process of combating a disorder (as alcoholism) or a real or perceived problem
Inflected Form(s): re·cov·ered; re·cov·er·ing /-‘k&-v&-ri[ng], -‘k&v-ri[ng]/
Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French recoverer, from Latin recuperare, from re- + *caperare, from Latin capere to take — more at HEAVE
1 : to get back : REGAIN
2 a : to bring back to normal position or condition <stumbled, then recovered himself> b archaic : RESCUE
3 a : to make up for <recover increased costs through higher prices> b : to gain by legal process
1 : to regain a normal position or condition (as of health) <recovering from a cold>
2 : to obtain a final legal judgment in one’s favor