This variety of depression is associated with Strongyloides, as the main parasite in the brain. Plus chlorine as an allergen! Strongyloides is the same worm that causes migraines and other severe types of recurrent headache. It probably depends on where these tiny worms have set up their "housekeeping" which
symptoms you get: manic depression or migraines. Maybe chlorine is the deciding factor.
These tiny wormlets can pass the placenta into the unborn fetus. Is it any wonder that these brain disturbances seem to be inherited? Of course, there is ample opportunity to simply eat them off hands, other people's hands, and off floors during childhood. The amazing truth is that some family members do not get infected with it or at least do not get brain symptoms! It is very difficult to eradicate Strongyloides in a whole family and thereby let the depressed person get well. It is, in fact, impossible if there is a pet or other animal connection. Getting rid of the chlorine allergy is also very challenging. Step one is to zap all parasites.
I usually see an accumulation of bromine as well. Since bromine, fluorine and chlorine are all halogens, maybe getting too much of any one could saturate the liver's ability to detoxify chlorine. Stop eating brominated (bleached) bread. Stop taking drugs containing bromides. That is the easy part. You must also stop even washing your face in chlorinated water (use a pure carbon filter system). You inhale it as you wash. Never drink it or use it for any purpose. Of course, there should be no bleach container in the house, even when tightly closed; nor should bleached clothing be worn.
Do the Four Clean-ups. Sometimes the cloud lifts and the mind clears on the way home from the dentist. Recovery can be very rapid—less than a week. And recurrence just as rapid when a tiny bit of chlorine is inhaled or drunk. But your careful vigilance pays off. In half a year you can expect no recurrence.
Humans, it seems, must lick fingers with the same compulsion that cows lick their noses and cats lick their rears. The single, most significant advance in human hygiene would most assuredly be stopping the hand to mouth habit. We must always eat with utensils. And never leave a bathroom without washing. These are difficult changes but the new age of parasitism makes
it necessary. Together with the new pollutants, solvents, and heavy metals, parasites will overtake us unless we change.
Don't go off lithium and other medicines until your doctor agrees you are ready, about a half year. After this, make sure you still keep it handy. Although you may be free of manic depression in a day, reinfecting yourself weeks later will attack your brain like a hurricane; it has not yet healed, the routes are open. Be patient; healing will happen as it did for these happy persons.
Lena Constantine, age 39, had a history of migraine, TMJ, heavy clotting with periods and numerous pains but it shouldn't have made her try suicide 1% years ago. She was put on Prozac™ afterward. She was parasitized by intestinal flukes (in the intestine), dog whipworm, Strongyloides and human liver flukes. She was started on a parasite program and kidney cleanse. This made her feel so good she took herself off Prozac™ and landed in the hospital for reasons she couldn't remember. After 42 days spent there she got out, wiser than before. She set to work again, leaving no detail undone, because she could remember how good it felt to be free of depression (not drugged out of it). Three months later she still had Strongyloides (she had a cat) but she did her first liver cleanse anyway. She got over 500 stones out. Her depression was gone. She substituted 4 ornithine and 2 ginseng capsules daily (more if tension was not relieved) for Prozac and cured her problem.
Mona Zabala, 33, was extremely depressed over her job. She was full of mercury, arsenic, PCBs, chromate from eye liner, wood alcohol from drinking colas and she had Ascaris, pancreatic flukes, Trichinellas and Strongyloides. She thought she was a hopeless case. But in less than three months, when only half her clean-up chores were done, she was already saying positive things about her job.
Acey O'Hara, a young graduate student, was very careful to avoid junk food, caffeine, fragrance, and body products because he had learned the hard way that he didn't tolerate them. When "crying" depression hit him he was not only surprised but angry that his good health habits "hadn't paid off." He was buying his drinking water; it came in clear plastic containers. He had cesium in his
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