Exposed! FDA Giving Street Drugs to Troops?!

Dear Reader,

It may be the craziest drug scheme in American history – and it’s targeting our sickest veterans!

Tens of thousands of veterans are living with the horrors of post-traumatic stress disorder right now.

They can’t sleep… they’re depressed and anxious… and every day, 20 veterans kill themselves.

But instead of giving these veterans the help they deserve, the FDA wants to pump them full of a dangerous street drug.

It’s one that will literally destroy their brains – and that could lead to a rash of suicides like we’ve never seen.

You may have never heard of MDMA before (it was first developed by Merck back in 1912).

But don’t be too hard on yourself. Most folks know it by its street names – Ecstasy or Molly.

It’s been ruining young people’s lives for decades now, and some cops even consider it a street drug.

And, believe it or not, Big Pharma and the Feds want to start handing it out to soldiers and veterans with PTSD.

There have now been two clinical trials, and the FDA just gave MDMA a “breakthrough therapy” designation, which means it will be rushed to market at light speed.

Giving psychologically vulnerable soldiers and veterans a street drug? What could do wrong with that?

I mean, take a look at how this stuff works…

MDMA actually drains your brain of key neurotransmitters – like serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine – that you need to maintain a healthy mental state.

And it can cause nausea, chills, sweating, panic attacks and seizures.

I don’t know if you’ve ever been around someone with PTSD – but MDMA is pretty much the last thing we should be giving them.

There are so many things wrong with this scenario.

But what worries me the most is the potential for a rash of suicides among vets with PTSD.

You see, MDMA gets you high and causes euphoria. But then you crash… hard.

In fact, there’s something known in the illegal Ecstasy community as “Suicide Tuesday.” Basically, people binge on the drug all weekend, and then are left so depressed early in the week that they kill themselves.

And, again, our government wants to give this stuff to vets with PTSD.

This entire crazy scheme is being driven by drug companies looking to make their next billions off the misery of our veterans.

And it looks like MDMA could be on the market to treat PTSD very soon.

If you have a loved one suffering from PTSD, do everything you can to keep him away from this drug.

MDMA isn’t just a bad idea – for our veterans, it’s a tragedy waiting to happen.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health