Mental Health

[vc_row el_class=”about-textblock viewBullets”][vc_column][vc_column_text]The current global epidemic of suicidal depression, addiction, autism and bi-polar conditions points to causes in our environment, food or water. Life itself has become toxic. Plentiful evidence indicates that detox is the first step to improvement in many mental health conditions. There are at least two parts to the causation of mental illness. The first is physical toxicity: See the Mineral ReBoot kit for explanations of the proven benefits of taking Zeolite, Diatomaceous Earth, Bentonite and of adopting an alkalinising diet.

The second cause of mental health abnormalities is the influence of the sub-conscious mind, including mental-emotional patterns, traumas, PTSD and incidences of childhood abuse. These can be addressed through the application of plant-medicines, which must be made under an experienced and caring practitioner. Although controversial, these modalities include:

  • Homeopathics – now acknowledged by government agencies.
  • Flower and other essences
  • Plant medicines such as Iboga, Ayahuasca, Cambo, are all used by most indigenous cultures and increasingly non-indigenous people to understand and heal sub-conscious causes of behaviours including depressions, addictions, fears and phobias which are due to psychological causation that is non-responsive to medical and psychiatric treatments.
    Often these conditions are eliminated after a single plant medicine treatment. One of the main mechanisms of plant medicines is to assist the seeker to understand the sub-conscious cause of the undesirable behaviour, hence putting the person in a position to now remedy that undesirable condition. These medicines must be administered and supervised by an experienced practitioner.

A third factor is De-hydration and toxic water supplies, ie fluoridated. Please refer to “Water and Salt” by F.Batmanghelidi, M.D. and Philip Day.
Dr. B as he was known, gained extensive experience and success in treating thousands of prisoners whilst he was himself incarcerated in jail in Iran in the 1980’s. He found that serotonin, melatonin and tryptophan metabolism were greatly improved when the only treatment given was one or two glasses of water. He postponed his release from jail for a further four months because he knew his work with depressed inmate patients was so important. Serotonin, melatonin and tryptophan are essential as neuro-transmitters to healthy brain function and therefore to “feeling good”.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]