Caught in a Toxic Loop

Dr Tracy points out that modern anti-depressant drugs are almost identical to Serynl, better known as PCP which has been mentioned in a few Hollywood films …

2. The SSRI antidepressants are almost identical to the dissociative anesthetic, Serynl, first introduced in 1957 by Parke Davis Pharmaceutical. It was accompanied by studies showing it to have a “large margin of safety in humans.” Today we know the drug as PCP, Angel Dust, etc. Law enforcement, not physicians, got the drug pulled from the market due to the high number of extremely violent outbursts caused by the drug.

( http://www.drugawareness.org/recentcases/antidepressants-emotional-blunting-british-journal-of-psychiatry )

The Wikipedia article on PCP shows that it induces symptoms of Schizophrenia. This is the chemical that our modern Schizophrenia drugs are based upon. Curious …

Like other NMDA receptor antagonists, it is postulated that phencyclidine can cause a certain kind of brain damage called Olney’s lesions.[9][10] Studies conducted on rats showed that high doses of the NMDA receptor antagonist MK-801 caused irreversible vacuoles to form in certain regions of the rats’ brains, and experts say that it is possible that similar brain damage can occur in humans.[citation needed] All studies of Olney’s Lesions have only been performed on animals and may not apply to humans. The research into the relationship between rat brain metabolism and the creation of Olney’s Lesions has been discredited and may not apply to humans, as has been shown with ketamine.[11][12]

Phencyclidine has also been shown to cause schizophrenia-like changes in the rat brain, which are detectable both in living rats and upon necropsy examination of brain tissue.[13] It also induces symptoms in humans that are virtually indistinguishable from schizophrenia.[14]

( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phencyclidine Permalink: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Phencyclidine&oldid=316559196 )

The action of Phencyclidine/PCP is related to the same Glutamate Receptor action of Aspartame and MSG leading me to confirm the beneficial effects of some natural treatments …

Interest has also focused on the neurotransmitter glutamate and the reduced function of the NMDA glutamate receptor in schizophrenia. This has largely been suggested by abnormally low levels of glutamate receptors found in postmortem brains of people previously diagnosed with schizophrenia[103] and the discovery that the glutamate blocking drugs such as phencyclidine and ketamine can mimic the symptoms and cognitive problems associated with the condition.[104] The fact that reduced glutamate function is linked to poor performance on tests requiring frontal lobehippocampal function and that glutamate can affect dopamine function, all of which have been implicated in schizophrenia, have suggested an important mediating (and possibly causal) role of glutamate pathways in schizophrenia.[105] Positive symptoms fail however to respond to glutamatergic medication.[106] and

( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schizophrenia#Neural … Permalink: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Schizophrenia&oldid=316233875 )

These researchers are caught in a loop, discovering effects of their own drugs and asigning them to outside devices that do not exist. The cure is to stop using the drugs and the toxic food additives that are no doubt combining with other environmental factors to produce behaviour that becomes a problem.

Natural Protection From Excititoxic Reactions

Magnesium, Omega 3, Ginko, Selenium, Red Clover, Zinc and other treatments and supplements can be used to prevent exhaustion of glutamate channels and therefore protect neurons and your brain. They are no doubt helpful to those who have had their health damaged by the use of anti-depressant drugs that act like Aspartame and MSG.

Warning: Never suddenly stop taking SSRI antidepressants and antipsychotics. They must be reduced slowly..

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