Thursday, November 21, 2019

Comments by Rev Galileo

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  • Above all, believe in yourself, not anything anyone else tells you. You will have some of the strangest symptoms and conventional doctors will not help you. I was on all kinds of psych drugs for almost 25 years! I got off all of them and if I can do it anyone can! I have been off Seroquel almost 2 and half years and still recovering. Still have strange symptoms but I do not panic. Not saying this will work for you but these are some of the things I have used: Mastic Gum for digestive repair, Fish Oil from Aqua Biome, glutamine (3000 mg.) at bedtime for digestive repair, a very good multivitamin (a brand called Daily Grind), Vitamin B12 from Global Healing Center, Fulvic Acid from CCL supplements, Vitamin D3 (10,000 IUs) daily, and magnesium citrate. I also use Electrolyte Powder from Dr. Berg’s supplements. Turmeric and apple cider vinegar helps with pain and inflammation. GABA and CBD oil helps with anxiety. Dr. Eric Berg has a good YouTube channel that addresses many nutrient deficiencies. These drugs do unbelievable damage, much of it I now realize, is that they cause nutritional starvation! You may wonder how you can afford all of this? I am not rich for sure but I have the will to get better and found a way to budget for all these supplements. And, you will need the patience and fortitude of a saint! It’s a long road but worth it. And ask for help from God.

  • I can totally relate to all you were saying. I have been off Seroquel for almost 6 months and still having lots of trouble with anxiety and even being able to function. I keep checking back on sites like this to get validation for what I am going through. Honestly we need a massive support group for all the ones who will be coming off these drugs once the truth gets out. Something like AA where we help each other. I too lost 30 years of my life to bad medicine and I believe all the people being hurt by allopathic medicine is going to grow beyond belief in the coming years. I responded to you David because your post is fairly recent. How are you doing now, a month or so later? Hang in there. At 6 months out all I can say is that it does get better, but not in a linear way. It’s like 3 steps forward and 4 back, and then 5 steps forward and 1 step back, LOL, – agonizingly slow. Best of luck.