BLANK STARES: ALZHEIMER’S DRUGS THAT CAUSE BRAIN DAMAGE

 

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So Many Blank Stares:
Failure of Alzheimer’s Drugs

GOING DOWN A FAULTY PATH
For years I have been writing about the impossibility of developing chemical drugs for reversing Alzheimer’s no matter how much is spent on research to cash in on a multi-billion dollar market. The chief reason is that a) Alzheimer’s is actually a consciousness disease, and where  b) consciousness is the depth principle of connection itself in nature which derivatively allows our  brains to make connections including memory and face recognition connections, and (c) or lastly where synthetic drugs are designed using the polar opposite principles in nature.  As a result, no amount of research into their use will yield positive results, that has been my claim. The evidence is already all around us. The more chemical cocktails we give to Alzheimer’s patients, the more they walk nursing home halls like zombies – with blank staring and dejected eyes  The great tragedy is that we turn so trustingly to allopathic doctors for help on the premise that they know more, have deeper insight or ultimately have a higher level of consciousness to aide those who have slipped or  fallen so to speak in their consciousness. In truth,that kind of knowledge of how consciousness works is virtually absent in modern science.

ONE CONFIRMING STUDY
Recently the University of San Diego released a study which was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. It showed that nonamyloidogenic peptides formed by drugs to help AD patients and which are being tested for various Alzheimer’s treatments actually  killed and destroyed the very neurons needed for memory.

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