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How MDMA Could Affect Romantic Relationships, A PhD Candidate Weighs In

To some, particularly those who have never tried MDMA, more commonly known as ecstasy, this might sound insane — how could taking drugs help save a relationship? On the other hand, if you have ever taken this drug, you’ve likely experienced firsthand how open and communicative you become…



Orange Essential Oil Found To Alleviate PTSD | Galactic Connection

We’ve written before about the power of essential oils like lavender essential oilEssential oils are the condensed, aromatic compounds that occur naturally in plants. Many, many of them have profound effects on the senses and our emotional state. They can be be inhaled from the hands or in diffusers, used in body care products or applied on the skin if diluted in carrier oils like jojoba oil.

In the past, lavender, cedar, vetiver, jasmine, blue tansy and rose have been noted by people to reduce stress, ease depression, anxiety and heart break.

But now, orange essential oil can join the list and even has its own research to back up claims.

There is growing awareness about post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). As you may know, it is not just confined to the battlefield – but also in the battlefield of life. While researchers offer a conservative estimate of 8% of the population struggling with post-traumatic stress, my estimation as a Self-Referencing practitioner is that it is much, much higher.

Cassandra Moshfegh, research assistant in Paul Marvar’s laboratory at the George Washington University, will present work on orange essential oil and PTSD at the American Physiological Society’s annual meeting this week.

Orange essential oil is made from the peels of the citrus fruit and is one of the most inexpensive essential oils in existence. In fact, a bottle of organic orange essential oil – which is made from many peels – can be cheaper than a couple bags of oranges.

Moshfegh said (emphasis added),

Relative to pharmaceuticals, essential oils are much more economical and do not have adverse side effects.

The orange essential plant oil showed a significant effect on the behavioral response in our study mice. This is promising, because it shows that passively inhaling this essential oil could potentially assuage PTSD symptoms in humans.

Science Daily reports:

The researchers tested the effects of orange essential oil using Pavlovian Fear conditioning, a behavioral mouse model used to study the formation, storage and expression of fear memories as a model for PTSD. Mice were exposed to the orange essential oil by passive inhalation 40 minutes before and after fear conditioning. Typically mice freeze in fear when they hear a certain audial tone later, a response that diminishes gradually over time.

Twelve mice received the tone by itself, 12 mice received water and fear conditioning, and 12 mice received an orange essential oil and fear conditioning. Mice exposed to orange essential oil by passive inhalation showed a significant reduction in freezing behavior and stopped freezing earlier than the water-exposed, fear-conditioned mice. They also showed significant differences in the types of immune cells present after fear conditioning. The immune system contributes to the inflammation associated with chronic stress and fear, so immune cells are a marker of the biochemical pathways involved in PTSD…

Source: Orange Essential Oil Found To Alleviate PTSD | Galactic Connection

PTSD: Identification and Compensation — Veterans News Now

Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is a condition that’s both underestimated and misunderstood, especially when it comes to the Veterans Association. PTSD is actually a common condition. The Mayo Clinic estimates that more than 3 million Americans are diagnosed with PTSD every year — and that doesn’t take into account those individuals who never receive…

via PTSD: Identification and Compensation — Veterans News Now


Saturday, September 3, 2016

Video: THE CURE FOR PTSD – YouTube


I owe  my NCO’s a debt I can never repay – but I can try.

The “Cure” is in you.

It is the ability for you to live a fairly normal life ad not get all stressed out about every little thing and not to be detached from life but to enjoy it.

I started as a  Private 12B -C(ombat Engineer,) and then went to Staff Sergeant,  and left as an Engineer Captain — so I have some experience in this.

1) PTSD is a physical rewiring of the brain caused by combat, Director John Hopkins Medical Center, UN Broadcast a few years ago.


The Portal: June Monthly Update Interview by Cobra

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Here is the June monthly update Cobra interview by Prepare for Change. The audio version and the transcript are available here:


You can submit your questions to and many of them will be answered in the next monthly update interview.

Answered questions from past interviews are nicely gathered here:

Victory of the Light!

Source: The Portal: June Monthly Update Interview by Cobra