Paying good money for bad drugs

Big Pharma’s $4 billion Alzheimer’s drug Aricept has side effects that cannot be tolerated by 26% of takers and has only a temporary boost in memory and cognitive function with absolutely no reversal or slowing the progress of Alzheimer’s Disease. Namenda is no better with a litany of similar side effects and no hope for reversing or stopping Alzheimer’s. Side effects reported from both of these drugs include: arrhythmia, high blood pressure, dizziness, diarrhea, vomiting, constipation, reduced hearing, blurred vision, cataracts, kidney disease, heart attacks, and seizures or convulsions. Did you know that coconut oil and niacin out-perform these meds and actually help reverse the effects of Alzheimer’s and dementia without the deadly side effects? Wouldn’t it be more honest for the doc to say “I can’t help you so I won’t harm you either“?

Not caused by of a lack of drugs

About Craig Stellpflug NDC

Craig Stellpflug is a NeuroDevelopment Consultant and a Certified Nutritional Consultant. Craig is a cancer nutrition consultant and child brain disorder specialist at Healing Pathways Medical Clinic in Scottsdale Arizona.
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One Response to Paying good money for bad drugs

  1. Try 2 tbs organic coconut oil 3 times a day. Start with 100 mg of full-flush niacin (not niacinimide) and build up by 100 more a week until you reach 1,000 mg a day and then drop back to about 200 mg a day. Frontload with 480 mg of lithium orotate a day for a week and drop back to 120 mg a day. Take Terry Natural Thyroid Care double-dose for 2 weeks and then normal dose after. Start a 3 week juice fast and in the second week I suggest doing the first of two liver cleanses one month apart followed by two series of coffee enemas at 5 days in a row, two weeks in a row.

    Their are other things that are case specific and this is a general plan. I’ve had super success with dementia and Altzheimer’s doing this.

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