Mega-Dose Supplementing Outperforms Psychiatric Drugs

February 16, 2016

Orthomolecular Psychiatry shuns pharmaceuticals and uses mega-dose supplementation. It is much more effective than mainstream psychiatry’s pharmaceutical approaches. It works without the adverse physiological side effects of psychotropic pharmaceuticals and other psychological issues that often lead to more depression, anxiety, and ultimately suicides and murders.

You may not know of this unique branch that is taunted and suppressed by the medical mafia. Orthomolecular psychiatry competes with Big Pharma’s grip on psychiatrists and other MDs who are not psychiatrists. Even worse, it is in the shadows of mainstream media and entertainment’s mass mind control conditioning of mental health.

Pharmaceutical psychiatric drugs are profitable and covered by private and public insurers. Supplements are not, but treating with them does require close scrutiny of patients by willing doctors who know nutritional details.

Conversely, psychiatric drug dispensers write prescriptions with their standard of care guidelines, cast by their bible the DSM-5 (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders – 5) protecting them from liability as they recklessly increase doses or add different toxic pharmaceuticals to one’s case, often with callous disregard.

Orthomolecular Psychiatry History and Center

Dr. Abraham Hoffer was the first psychiatrist to use natural remedies in the 1950s. His original focus was treating schizophrenics with mega-dose niacin and other nutrients. Dr. Humphrey Osmond was also involved with this early phase of natural treatments for the mentally disturbed.

Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling endorsed this protocol and coined the term orthomolecular psychiatry over a decade later, around 1968.

Dr. Carl Pfeiffer was another pioneer who continued developing methods for determining causal factors of mental disorders ranging from ADHD and autism to bipolar conditions and schizophrenia. Pfeiffer created the Pfeiffer Treatment Center in Warrenville, Illinois.

The center is a non-profit organization that practices Pfeiffer’s law: “For every drug that benefits a patient, there is a natural substance that can achieve the same effect”. The clinic claims a cure rate of 85% without side effects. This clinic also serves as an ongoing research center for orthomolecular psychiatry.

To counteract mainstream psychiatry’s disdain and refusal to publish orthomolecular research findings, Abraham Hoffer created the The Journal for Orthomolecular Psychiatry which is now part of the Journal for Orthomolecular Medicine, where current orthomolecular research papers are published.

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