FDA Approves INSANE New Antidepressant
You wouldn’t let a doctor give you cocaine to treat cancer or heroin for heart disease.
In fact, you’d probably laugh in his face.
Because using street drugs to “treat” your disease would be downright INSANE.
Well, that’s exactly what the FDA is trying to do!
You see, the powers-that-be are on the verge of approving a risky depression treatment that’s linked to hallucination… self-harm… even suicide and murder.
Here’s what you need to know to keep yourself and your loved ones safe.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given the green light for COMPASS Pathways to begin clinical trials for something called “psilocybin therapy.”
It may sound just like any other new drug, until you take a closer look.
Psilocybin is a hallucinogen. And it can be deadly.
In fact, it’s the active ingredient in “magic” mushrooms!
Yes, the same magic mushrooms taken by Charles Manson and his murderous cult.
The same magic mushrooms that have pushed people to hurt and even kill themselves… and others.
Not so magic after all, huh?
But the FDA wants you to believe that it could be some breakthrough treatment for depression – especially for those who aren’t responding to other Big Pharma treatments.
And people with serious, chronic depression are about to become psilocybin guinea pigs at 15 sites across the United States and Europe.
But these trials could quickly become dangerous.
First of all, psilocybin isn’t some new breakthrough. Researchers have been working with psilocybin for psychiatric conditions since the 1950s.
And there’s a VERY good reason it’s never made it to market: its side effects include crippling hallucinations… panic attacks… and anxiety.
Can you imagine anything worse for someone with depression?!
If mainstream meds aren’t working, there is no reason to further traumatize someone who is actually trying to get better.
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Fighting For Your Health,
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health