If anything like antidepressants, yes: evil.
What I’ve noticed up close: on it, they’re fine. It’s the occasional missed dose (or two, or three, or self-decided “cold turkey”) that send the patient on a vicious rampage. Nobody talks in public about missed doses, nor the consequences.
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Interesting article. The quotations by doctors stating that these classes of drugs cause permanent brain damage is interesting to me as I have been studying the usage of mushroom toxins to alleviate depression in patients.
I have noticed that those who abuse these drugs recreationaly tend to over time show long term cognitive dissonance issues. Ie. They become brain dead hippie types. It seems that in the medical studies that these toxins attack certain areas in the brain and force the brain to use other pathways to function.
Two protocols are being studied, one with micro dosing over the long term and another with massive dosing on a one time basis. The fact that a single dose can have lasting effects clearly point to significant brain changes and smell like a form of chemical lobotomy.
This article helps to confirm that hypotheses. As micro dosing can achieve the same result obviously it is a more controlled approach and considerably safer. This also indicates that experimentation should be done with micro-dosing with other anti-psychotic drugs.
Another point is that a single drug I see advertised on tv all the time as an anti depressant is in reality a dangerous anti psychotic that causes brain damage, to the tune of $7,500,000,000 bucks A YEAR.
That is criminal, and clearly has little focus on helping people, and a lot on pure greed.
Murder and robbery a little pill at a time.
Google has LOTS of lawsuits listed for this drug, seems it grows breasts in males.