Experts cannot agree on a single, simple definition of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), but do agree that it causes unfavorable behavior in educational, professional and correctional institutions. Even the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), the bible of psychiatric diagnosis, defines it using a multiple choice test for an array…
by: David Gutierrez, Natural News staff writer
(NaturalNews) In a recent appearance on All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC, drug abuse and addiction expert Carl Hart of Columbia University made a shocking claim: There isn’t much difference between the demonized street drug methamphetamine (also known as meth or crystal meth) and the prescription drug Adderall.
It’s not the first time Hart has raised this idea. In a 2014 report, Hart and co-authors Joanne Csete and Don Habibi, also from Columbia, examined in depth the effects of meth on the brain, concluding that there is no discernible difference in the effects of any amphetamine, whether prescription or illicit.
FDA says meth OK for ADHD, weight loss
First, some definitions: Amphetamines are a class of chemicals that are used both medically and recreationally. The street drug known as “meth” may refer to either methamphetamine or dextroamphetamine. “Crystal meth” is a more specific form, methamphetamine hydrochloride.
The authors of the report note that both popular and scientific literature regularly make meth out to be much stronger and more addictive than other amphetamines.
“Such statements, however, are inconsistent with the empirical evidence,” they wrote. ” In carefully controlled laboratory studies of human research participants, [dextroamphetamine] and methamphetamine produce nearly identical physiological and behavioral effects…. They both increase blood pressure, pulse, euphoria, and desire to take the drug in a dose-dependent manner. Essentially, they are the same drug.”
That means amphetamine drugs such as Adderall — prescribed to treat narcolepsy and “attention deficit hyperactivity disorder” (ADHD) in children as young as two — are in fact no different in action from meth. In fact, the active ingredients of Adderall are actually 75 percent dextroamphetamine salts; the other 25 percent are other amphetamines. That’s why the drug is also used to enhance mental and athletic performance, and recreationally to produce a euphoric “high.”
There’s another FDA-approved drug that’s even closer to crystal meth: the active ingredient of Desoxyn is methamphetamine hydrochloride — which is, literally, crystal meth. Desoxyn is approved for treatment of ADHD (even in the absence of any nervous system dysfunction) and as a weight-loss drug…
(Jack Burns) It is no question that the subject of vaccines is profoundly controversial. On both sides of the argument exist truths and lies that can hinder the ability of some to make rational decisions.For the last 50 years, the world has taken a front row seat to the phenomenological occurrences of the rise of brain disorders such as Autism, ADHD, and major depressive disorders. Anecdotally speaking, parents all over the globe have reported that one day their children were normal and growing healthily, and the next, after having gotten their vaccinations, they get Autism, or ADHD, for example…
There has been a massive study involving over 95,000 children released from Yale Universities School Of Medicine Corporation that clearly shows Vaccines in America cause Brain Damage.(((((Sorry – Vaccines:” Linked” to Brain Damage.)))))Period.In this study over 95,000 children were investigated and where is what they found:“Disturbing Association between the timing of vaccines and the onset of certain brain disorders in a subset of children.”Further:“More than 95,000 children in the data base that were analyzed had one of the seven Neuropshychiatric Disorders: anorexia, nervosa, anxiety disorder, attention deficit and hyperactivity disorders (ADHD), bipolar disorder, major depression. Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and Tic Disorder.”…
Source: Crookedbearcreekorganicherbs.com January 17, 2017 ADHD stands for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. It is a neurodevelopmental disorder, typically first diagnosed when an affected individual is elementary school age. It is identified by behavior that makes it difficult for affected individuals to function effectively, or mature and develop as other children normally do. In general, people […]
Friday, January 13, 2017
(Ginny Marston) Starseeds are beings that have experienced life outside of the universe on other planets and in non-physical dimensions other than the earth, although they may have had previous lifetimes on earth. There are 3 categories of star seeds:
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by Ginny Marston, January 10th, 2017
- Typical Starseed: Had preparation lifetimes and may have lived 5-50 times on this earth.
- Old Soul Starseed: Has had hundreds of lifetimes on earth, these are our guardians of the earth.
- New Starseed: Many who have had no lifetimes on earth. These include some of the Crystal and Rainbow Children.
Traits of Starseeds:
- Difficulty fitting in, not being able to relate to people, an innate loneliness and want to return home.
- Shy and introverted as a child. They are creative and enjoy spending their time playing make-believe rather than playing with other children.
- Highly intelligent and inquisitive. Fascination with learning but if they feel the information is mundane, they will tune it out.
- Often diagnosed with A.D.D. or even Bi-Polar Disorder due to the dramatic mood swings because of their sensitivity to the world around them.
- Often had imaginary friends and created a fantasy world to explore their own minds.
- Around the ages of 5-11, they may have experienced a paranormal experience with shadow figures or ghosts.
- Feel more comfortable communicating and being around animals and nature.
- Due to their sensitive nature, they often choose careers that involve healing.
- Have difficulty deciding what to do with their life as nothing on this planet makes sense to them.
The French do not recognize ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder) rejecting the idea that medicines that are usually prescribed for the condition are at all helpful.Another difference is that the French tend not to raise their children on the additive-laced food that parents in the U.S so, coincidence?These two very different cultures have different ADHD…