[Warning] Flu Drug Linked to Psychosis?!
It’s like something out of a nightmare.
Just days after being diagnosed with the flu, 16-year-old Charlie took his own life.
One minute he was a happy, thriving student.
The next, he was gone.
Shockingly, it looks like the flu drug Tamiflu is to blame.
And Charlie isn’t the only victim.
Tamiflu has long been linked to psychosis, delusions, hallucinations, and even suicide – especially in young adults.
Here’s what you need to know to keep yourself and your loved ones safe.
Charlie is only one of countless Tamiflu-related fatalities worldwide.
In Japan, alone, there were eighteen deaths in just over a year – all of them teens.
Unlike the United States, Japan chose to ban Tamiflu to prevent these horrific side effects.
Stateside, however, Tamiflu remains the drug of choice when it comes to treating the flu in patients of all ages, despite being linked to more than 250,000 psychiatric incidents.
In fact, it is stockpiled all over the country to hand out at the first sign of flu symptoms.
And it only takes one dose for the side effects to take hold.
One child was hospitalized for traumatizing hallucinations after one dose and Charlie had only taken two doses when he took his own life.
And what has the FDA done to warn us about the risks of Tamiflu?
It slapped a vague warning on the package that pediatric patients may be at an increased risk of confusion or abnormal behavior.
Talk about putting it lightly.
What’s more? There is no science that shows Tamiflu even works!
Studies show it only shaves a few hours off the duration of your flu… that’s it.
And the list of side effects only begins with psychosis. It extends to nausea, diarrhea, headache, dizziness, fatigue, and painful coughing.
If you or a loved one is suffering from the flu, please think twice before accepting that Tamiflu prescription.
Instead, opt for natural remedies to clear your system safely – drink lots of water and hot teas, gargle with salt water, take steamed showers, and eat bone broth and other clear soups.
You can also boost your recovery by eating raw ginger or taking ginger supplements, available at your local health food stores.