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Supplements that may help ptsd and depression.

 
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10/14/2020 08:46 AM
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Re: Supplements that may help ptsd and depression.
or, maybe you should learn which supplements to AVOID

read the work of Grant Generoux

"I believe a Canadian engineer named Grant Genereux has discovered the primary cause of auto-immune disease. He used his discovery to cure himself of eczema, kidney disease and some other problems simply by changing his diet. He tried to narrow down the possible list of chemicals that could be causing auto-immune disease by asking a simple question: of the chemicals that are we more exposed to now than in the past (and more in the 1st world than the 3rd world), which ones are known to cause symptoms that are similar to auto-immune diseases. He hit upon a very simple answer: retinol, otherwise known as vitamin A.

The fact that vitamin A is toxic has been known since the early 1900's. (Just google hypervitaminosis A.) And if you look into the established symptoms of acute and chronic hypervitaminosis A, they overlap almost exactly with all the symptoms of known auto-immune diseases. That is not controversial. The only thing controversial is that hypervitaminosis A is only thought to occur at extremeley high doses of vitamin A consumption — although there are plenty of studies that have shown that it can occur even at much lower doses than thought to be toxic. Since vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin, it accumulates in the body (mainly the liver and fat tissue). So even if you don’t consume a massive amount on any given day, it can easily build up over time."

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Re: Supplements that may help ptsd and depression.
I am seeking supplements that will help with severe ptsd and depression stemming from psychological trauma.

I am not looking for a high. Cannabis makes me paranoid. I am looking for something that will help with the flashbacks, anxiety and sadness.

I have been on every prescribed antidepressant that there is, and im giving up on drs ever helping me.

I have tried lithium oretate, 5 htp, vitamins etc. many various things.

I will never be fully healed but I would like some quality of life. I know something out there will help.

Please no rudeness as this is hard for me to even reach out and ask for help.
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Ginseng.
Ginkgo Biloba
Some nootropics have a positive vibe to them. Modifinil is a good one.

GL, OP!
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10/14/2020 09:04 AM
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Re: Supplements that may help ptsd and depression.
Kratom

Phenibut for anxiety (can only be used once or twice a week though)

Lion's mane mushroom (for TBI)
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Yes im just starting kratom. It is now finding a strain that helps. So far ive tried white. It was just a sample I was given. I have more ordered.
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Make sure you find a good supplier. Some of them online are watered down crap. I recommend mitragaia.com (I have no affiliation with them but just use their products). I've tried the other places that are a tad cheaper and the stuff has very little potency compared to Mitra's.
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Re: Supplements that may help ptsd and depression.
Kratom

Phenibut for anxiety (can only be used once or twice a week though)

Lion's mane mushroom (for TBI)
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Yes im just starting kratom. It is now finding a strain that helps. So far ive tried white. It was just a sample I was given. I have more ordered.
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Make sure you find a good supplier. Some of them online are watered down crap. I recommend mitragaia.com (I have no affiliation with them but just use their products). I've tried the other places that are a tad cheaper and the stuff has very little potency compared to Mitra's.
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and don't buy the kind they sell in gas stations either - overpriced garbage
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10/15/2020 11:49 PM
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Re: Supplements that may help ptsd and depression.
I'm in a bit of trouble, y'all. I've been floating myself on triple c:dextromethorphan/chlorpheniramine maleate. It is an absolute godsend!! Unfortunate that I cannot afford to be on it at all times. I feel absolutely abandoned & alone, fuck!!
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10/15/2020 11:55 PM

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Re: Supplements that may help ptsd and depression.
Lion's Mane Mushrooms, either supplement or tea. Relaxing and healing.

And






Soul Work.


Also, L-Theanine.

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I'm in a bit of trouble, y'all. I've been floating myself on triple c:dextromethorphan/chlorpheniramine maleate. It is an absolute godsend!! Unfortunate that I cannot afford to be on it at all times. I feel absolutely abandoned & alone, fuck!!
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help
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Re: Supplements that may help ptsd and depression.
Tianeptine Sulfate. Not the sodium version.

My dp went away after doing ketamin only one time in low doses with a friend while drinking some beer. It never returned since.
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10/18/2020 04:45 PM
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Re: Supplements that may help ptsd and depression.
There is no such thing as depression. There is not a single medical test proving it exists.

The old name is melancholia. It has always been noticed asa persistent state of sadness that the patient cannot seem to shake off.There is no curefor sadness like that as that is the definition of GRIEF.

What can one do about GRIEF? There is no cure, but there are pragmatic remedies.

When people came to the Christian retreat center, what I noticed over and over was that they were not taking care of themselves, nor was their family.

After days of active prayer, seven times a day,exerciseby nature walks, healthy nutritious delicious homemade meals including desert, green tea, clean water, fresh linens on the bed, and laughter, they perked right up.

The social isolation and lack of self-care was grinding them down like an old abused misharpened knife worn down to a nub. ANYONE doing that to themselves is screwing their head up. No wonder they feel terrible.

You got to take care of yourselves as much of the world is carnal and cruel. If nobody is taking care of yourself, you have to snap out of it, and do i
it yourselves.

Stop doing worthless things like watching porn, loafing, not cleaning the house, keeping all the windows shut so no fresh air gets in.

If you live in the city, no wonder you get persistently sad. Cities arehorrible places so densely populated miserable people.

Make a point of fully stretching and making yourself exerise so that you work up a sweat. At least an hour every daywhether you feel like it or not.

Take abracing cold shower to shake that funk off. Then take a relaxing bath once a day to soak. Probably at night. Get a loofah or a back towel and scrub all those dead skin cells off so fresh growth is encouraged.

If you can,plant a garden and tend it every day. While outthere,make a little sanctuary for the birds and squirrels so they can safely eat in peaceand get some fresh water. Watch them or even hook up a little camera. They arecharming to watch.

You are meant to be a steward of the Earth. That is straight from Genesis. You can't love your neighbor until you love the TRINITY and yourselves.


Put healthy homemade food in your body. Meals should delight you.

Don't watch negative mean spirited tv and films. Don't listen to hateful depressing music either. Read uplifting books and the Bible. Journal your progress.

You do the above for sixty days and watch that intractable depression...fade.
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After you do all that and feel remarkably better, then realize you were making yourselves sick. But what s also happening is you made you home a placewhere demons can oppress you. They are fallen angels and they want to disempower and make you griefstricken. Then you feel powerless

You are not. You are powerful. You were persuaded to think you were impotent. That is nonsense.

What you shake that funk of and start being healthy, you will growmorepositive. Then you will attract positive healthy people again.

Sometimes you have to leave toxic relationships with hateful family members and pseudo-friends. You want sincere respectful friends you can count upon. That is golden.

Not facebook aquaintances. Real genuine caring friends.
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I was listening to some Chris Cornel music. He was so talented and insightful, but it was overly blaming the TRINITY for his own issues. Raging against GOD solves nothing. What a pointless waste of time.

Doing so makes you griefstriken as if nothing can be done. It's like watching your life turn into Waiting for Godot. That's silly and unenlightened.

Whatever you think justifies persistenht grief like a romancegone wrong,the whole world suffers such life events and moves on.

Your body is not missing limbs and your face is nothorribly burned. Even in those folks, they still find friends and romance.

So quit stalling by taking some pill as there is no pill for grief.
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10/29/2020 02:55 AM

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Update: I get up say prayers and devotions for the day then been drinking a white or green kratom and a cup of good quality coffee. Then I soak in a hot bath with the hottest water I can tolerate. That helps ALOT. I feel refreshed, brain clear and ready for the day. In the evening I drink a red kratom. Also found a cbd that relaxes me. Have been doing much, much better. I feel calm and balanced. No depression. Not had a flashback in over a week.
Thanks for all the advice and suggestions. Appreciate it.hf

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Re: Supplements that may help ptsd and depression.
Kratom

Phenibut for anxiety (can only be used once or twice a week though)

Lion's mane mushroom (for TBI)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79472217


Yes im just starting kratom. It is now finding a strain that helps. So far ive tried white. It was just a sample I was given. I have more ordered.
 Quoting: FireBorn


Make sure you find a good supplier. Some of them online are watered down crap. I recommend mitragaia.com (I have no affiliation with them but just use their products). I've tried the other places that are a tad cheaper and the stuff has very little potency compared to Mitra's.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79035915


and don't buy the kind they sell in gas stations either - overpriced garbage
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I chose Oties Botanicals. Great product and reasonable prices.

Last Edited by FireBorn on 10/29/2020 03:03 AM
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10/29/2020 03:17 AM

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Re: Supplements that may help ptsd and depression.
Morning take:
1. Schizandra Fruit capsules (natures way has best at this time).
2. Eat a chocolate bar, forget the "dark chocolate" unless that's what you really like. Eat a rich, tasty milk chocolate bar.
3. Make homemade Kefir - it's super easy. If you just don't want the hassle get some Organic kefir from Lifeway or other good company. Everyone knows it gives you a sense of well being. A full glass at lunch -- have a full glass at dinner if you like.

Bedtime:
1.Take Damiana (Natures Way has the best at this time). I take double the recommended dose.
2.Take a Lavender tablet or capsule. CalmAid

Pick up the book The Healing Bath. Take you pick of numerous recipes to treat depression, damaged emotions etc. This is the absolute best book for healing the energy body and psyche. You'll feel like someone took a scrub brush to your soul. I've known addicts that used this book to stop abusing substances. Some of the oils used can be irritating so a few recipes in the book require that you coat yourself in a barrier oil before bathing. -- Just read the positive reviews, they're right on.

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10/29/2020 03:24 AM

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Re: Supplements that may help ptsd and depression.
GABA
Memento Mori
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B-12, the ones you dissolve in your mouth
really make a difference for me
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There are no real happy pills...
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I know I will never be happy, but I would like to get through life easier.
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First of all Kratom was good, but gives me headaches a lot of times and it's pretty inconsistent with the dosages I have to take. I tried kava kava before and the pill version was ok for anxiety, but the kind suspended in liquid was good when I felt the onset of a panic attack..

Try peak supplement by vita nutrition supplements I believe. I'm telling you honest to god truth that it has been a life changer for me. I've ordered on eBay first it was like 25 bucks and liked it so much I went to the vita website and I get three boxes a month subscribed. I don't really post here but figured wtf .. If I can help someone out Good luck





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