Tag: depression

Orange Essential Oil Found to Alleviate PTSD

By Heather Callaghan, Editor We’ve written before about the power of essential oils like lavender essential oil. Essential 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…

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Letter to a Concerned Friend of One of the Many Victims of America’s Psychiatric and Psychopharmaceutical Industries

    By Gary G. Kohls, MD, guest to Natural Blaze I recently had a dialogue with a person who had emailed me about a friend of hers who had been mis-treated for years by drug-prescribing psychiatrists. The psychiatrists – and their alarming and illogical drugging – had made him worse and worse and eventually…

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Pivotal Lawsuit Shows Widely Used Antidepressant Increases Suicide Risk Over 800 Percent

By Annabelle Bamforth A trial is currently underway in Illinois as a widow seeks to hold pharmaceutical manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline accountable for improper labeling and minimizing a potentially serious side effect of a well-known antidepressant. Paroxetine is a widely prescribed antidepressant and anti-anxiety drug under the class of drugs known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Paroxetine is…

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Sweet Violet – Amazing Health Benefits Including Asthma, Depression & Cancer

By Health Tips Now In Ancient Greece, viola or sweet violet was known as a symbol of spring, eternal life, and love. Many myths are associated with this plant due to its numerous health benefits. Sweet violet (Viola odorata) is a medicinal and nutritional powerhouse. This heavenly-scented plant blooms in March and April – in…

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Mercury Dental Amalgams Are Linked to Chronic Illness, Fatigue, Depression and Anxiety

By Brandon Turbeville It might seem surprising to some but in 2017 there is still debate in the medical community as to whether or not dental mercury amalgams are safe. Despite voluminous amounts of evidence suggesting that mercury fillings are incredibly toxic, many dentists and medical doctors maintain that there is no major side effects…

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Maybe We’ve Been Looking at Depression All Wrong

By Josh Mur The phenomenon of depression is among the most common psychological disorders in the United States. It is estimated that about 16 million Americans experience a depressive episode every year, while around 350 million (5% of the world’s population) suffer from some form of depression. The symptoms vary from weight gain, weight loss,…

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Dietary Changes Now Proven to Effectively Treat Major Depression

By Alex Pietrowski More than 15 million Americans suffer from serious depression, and it is estimated that globally some 350 million people are struggling with the challenging mental disorder. While the causes of depression are varied and largely unidentifiable, since the 1950s the pharmaceutical industry has been developing a broad range of antidepressants, and it now estimated that…

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