Medical Journal Suggests Psychotropic Drugs Should Be Prescribed to Healthy People to “Improve Brain Function”

Jan 12, 2009 by

Medical Journal Suggests Psychotropic Drugs Should Be Prescribed to Healthy People to “Improve Brain Function”

In Dec 2008, an issue of the medical journal Nature published an article which gathered 7 scientists (two of them were on the payroll of the pharmaceutical companies). What did it say?

It said that doctors should be able to prescribe psychotropic drugs, for example the drugs given to children for ADHD, to healthy people. The purpose? To “improve brain function”.

As it is, conventional medicine’s pushing of drugs on sick people is already quite alarming. Not only do drug medications come with tons dangerous side effects, but the truth is, there are much safer and more effective natural options and remedies. And now healthy people too?

This is ludicrous. If you want to “improve brain function”, for goodness sake, improve your diet, exercise, have a good rest at night, detoxify your body, and take the best brain-boosting herbs and supplements known to Man. Why take drugs?

We are taking about drugs which have been linked to violent behavior and suicide tendencies.

Isn’t society, simultaneously, waging a war against drugs, to prevent people from taking mind-altering chemical drugs like ‘Ecstasy’ and ‘Ice’? Why the double standards?

This move goes hand-in-hand with conventional medicine and pharmaceutical companies’ attempts to “prove” that statin drugs have health benefits on healthy people, and thus should be used by the population at large.

The agenda? Surely it can be nothing else but to reap in more profits. Yes, all at the expense of human wellbeing. What’s going on?

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