Depression

We now know that there are cures for many of the diseases that are considered to be non-curable. If you go to Europe or Asia – you will find many of these diseases being cured. We in the US are so pre-occupied with profit that we prefer treatment to cure. It brings in more money on a consistent basis. But, in spite of all that there are those that dare to challenge the establishment and offer to those who need it the cure for so many diseases.

Below is from Dr. Hulda Clark’s book “The Cure For All Diseases”. More information on Dr. Clark, the zapper and her books can be found at: drclarkuniversity.org www.drclarkuniversity.org or

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Depression

Depression is an exhausting illness characterized by feelings of despair, gloominess, and hopelessness. In turn depression can lead to being unable to cope, both mentally and physically, through severe tiredness and inability to concentrate. Regrettably there are many sufferers who strive to carry on, but without treatment depression can last for months or even years.

Fortunately we are now living in more enlightened times, and depression is no longer stigmatized as a form of illness that afflicts only those who are emotionally insecure. Help for depression is now readily available, and if it does not clear up fairly quickly, sufferers should consult their doctor who will sympathetically assist.

The trick is not to allow depression to take hold, because if it does increasing exhaustion, and feelings of inadequacy will help it on its way. Sometimes it might be possible to nip depression in the bud, simply by taking a break. If exhaustion is at the root of your depression, taking time out will allow you to replenish your nervous energy, and overcome severe tiredness. A holiday, in different surroundings could be just the tonic you need to lift your spirits, and stop depression in its tracks.

There are reports of many people who have been able to treat less severe depression themselves. In the United Kingdom, the herb known as St John’s Wort is one of the best selling herbal preparations, available from health shops. In Germany, where the herb is apparently a medically approved treatment, it is more widely used than Prozac.

It was thought that the hypericin content of St John’s Wort was responsible for its antidepressant effect. However, more recent studies are inconclusive, and it is not known exactly how the herb works in alleviating depression. What is certain is that there are millions of people, all over the world who are taking St John’s Wort, and reaping the benefits. Because of the herbs popularity, excellent books are available, with up to date information.

It has been suggested that St John’s Wort, as with some other preparations, can react with prescription and over the counter medicines. Therefore, if you are taking other medicines, or have any doubts whatsoever about taking St Johns Wort for depression, consult your doctor, herbalist or pharmacist beforehand.

No matter what else you do please do not be afraid to seek help for depression. You are not on your own so the situation is rarely as bad, as you, or anybody else suffering from depression imagines it to be. With a proactive approach it can easily be beaten and held at bay. Help is readily available so never despair. Discuss your depression with your doctor your relations, or your friends. They will all be willing to help and you will be surprised at how soon you will ‘beat the blues’ and feel well again. It’s a bit like a maze initially, but once you know your way in, rest assured, you can find your way out.

Richard Wise writes articles about natural health, aromatherapy, herbal remedies, antioxidants, allergies and vegetarianism. If you are interested in natural health please visit his

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