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Salient Point #1

If you are suffering so bad that anything beyond Core Protocol part 1 of this guide seems beyond your capabilities right now, then just use Core Protocol part 1 until you feel well enough to continue with the remainder of the protocol.

Be kind to yourself in this regard, but also take responsibility for your own growth and wellbeing by continuing with the suggestions in this guide when you are able to.

Chronic illnesses have multi-causal factors at play, so multi-faceted solutions are necessary for their successful remission.

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Core Protocol part 1: Micro-Dosing Ayahuasca Vine-Only Concentrate

Micro-Dose Ayahuasca vine-only extract to heal. A beautiful, powerful healing medicine. 1Psychedelic drug ayahuasca improves hard-to-treat depression | Andy Coghlan, New Scientist Apr 14, 2017

  • Improve trauma, PTSD, depression and anxiety within using micro-doses of vine-only Ayahuasca concentrate.
  • This substance is not, as is commonly held, a psychedelic.
  • It is legal, and is safe to use along with medication. Start slowly, especially if you’re on medication. Use for 6-12 months at least.
  • You may get some ups and downs but stick with it, it creates awareness (difficult at times) and profound healing. Progress is rarely in a straight line, especially if you’ve been unwell for a long time.
  • Use for 28 days on and 10 days off, the break is needed as your body becomes tolerant of it after a few weeks of daily micro-dosing so the benefits begin to subside after the 28 days of continuous use. Then when you resume it’ll bring you on further in your healing journey each time.
  • Don’t know about it or believe that it can heal depression and anxiety? It’s healed mine, and that of countless others. I was severely, chronically depressed. Join the Facebook group linked below and read some of the accounts to get informed and inspired.

(Note: If you Google and read about Ayahuasca, it’s most likely not the same thing as I’m talking about here. That is probably ceremonial Ayahuasca and is psychedelic and I would never suggest it to anyone with mental illness. It’s admixed with a DMT-containing substance, Chacruna, (psychotria viridis). What we are suggesting in this guide is micro-dosing vine only Ayahuasca (banisteriopsis Caapi.)

  • Your doctor won’t like or probably has never heard of Ayahuasca vine only medicine. It’s not been under double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trials but then most natural remedies haven’t and won’t as they can’t be patented and exploited for huge profits by a pharmaceutical company.
  • Use the excellent, positive, generous group linked below to ask questions and get support in the process.
  • Buy using the links below. It’s legal in most countries, notable exceptions being France and Russia.

Click here to Buy Ayahuasca concentrate paste from Alan Shoemaker (based in Peru)

Click here to buy Ayahuasca concentrate paste from WakingHerbs.com (based in the Netherlands)

Click here to get informed and get support: Join The Free Facebook Group Ayahuasca Micro-dosing Pure Vine Only

Core Protocol part 2: Sobriety

  • I really doubt whether anyone can recover from depression or anxiety if they are even a moderate, occasional drinker or recreational drug user. Recent research is proving this out. I couldn’t at least recover while still drinking and using drugs. I quit using the resources above. 2The Association between Alcohol Dependence and Depression before and after Treatment for Alcohol Dependence
  • I’m also talking here about benzo-diazapines and sleeping pills such as Ambien, Stilnoct, Zimovane, Xanax, Librium and Valium. But never, ever quit these without medical supervision.
  • If you’re a heavy drinker or drug user, seek professional help.
  • Use the resources linked below to both inform yourself how to quit without cravings and to remove the desire and craving for drinking and drugs, and also use Core Protocol part 1 during the process of getting alcohol and addiction-free, it will greatly help in the process.

This Naked Mind book by Annie Grace – Control Alcohol, Find Freedom

Annie Grace’s 30-Day Alcohol Experiment (free)

This Naked Mind Podcast by Annie Grace (free)

The Truth about Alcohol podcast (free) and Strive forum by Lee Davy

Core Protocol part 3: Diet and Exercise

  • Get the right type of nutrition that you need to feel well by eating a good diet.

The Wild Diet: Go Beyond Paleo to Burn Fat, Beat Cravings, and Drop 20 Pounds in 40 days by Abel James3Can Paleo Improve Low Mood & Depression? Marc Bubbs, ND, CISSN, CSCS. March 18, 2015

  • Lift your mood, confidence, energy levels and physical health by getting the right type of vigorous exercise in only minutes per week with the methods detailed in this book.

The One Minute Workout by by Martin Gibala and Christopher Shulgan4My Doctor Prescribed Daily HIIT Exercises for My Depression. Here’s What Happened. Mary Sauer on February 23, 2018

Ancillary Protocol part 1: Supplemental Nutrients

  • The nutrients below are inexpensive and effective at healing oxidative stress (a large contributing factor of mental illness) and helping other biological imbalances such as seasonal affective disorder.
  • You’ll also find that you are much more immune to common colds and flu as well as all common chronic illnesses when you stay on this protocol. Use every day.

Vitamin D3 – 1 daily (morning) 5Depression – Vitamin D Council, February 5, 2018 by John Cannell, MD

Alkaline Vitamin C – 500mg to 1gram daily (morning) 6Influence of Vitamin C Supplementation on Oxidative Stress and Neutrophil Inflammatory Response in Acute and Regular Exercise – Ljiljana M. Popovic,1 Nebojsa R. Mitic,1 Dijana Miric,2 Boban Bisevac,3 Mirjana Miric,1 and Brankica Popovic

Zinc 15mg – 1 daily (morning)7The Emerging Role for Zinc in Depression and Psychosis by Matthew A. Petrilli,1 Thorsten M. Kranz,2 Karine Kleinhaus,3 Peter Joe,3 Mara Getz,3 Porsha Johnson,3 Moses V. Chao,2 and Dolores Malaspina3 – June 30 2017

Magnesium Glycinate – 2-4 daily (evening)8Magnesium and major depression – George A. Eby, Karen L. Eby, and Harald Murk.

Ashwagandha herbal supplement – 1 – 2 daily (evening)9A Prospective, Randomized Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study of Safety and Efficacy of a High-Concentration Full-Spectrum Extract of Ashwagandha Root in Reducing Stress and Anxiety in Adults – K. Chandrasekhar, Jyoti Kapoor, and Sridhar Anishetty1, September 2012

Ancillary Protocol part 2: Psychological, Therapeutic

Meta-Cognitive Therapy (MCT) is very effective at helping depression and anxiety. Must be learnt and practiced over prolonged periods of time. Persist. 10The efficacy of metacognitive therapy for anxiety and depression: A meta-analytic review – Nicoline Normann, Nexhmedin Morina, Arnold van Emmerik, May 2014

Here is a Free Meta-Cognitive Therapy Course to help with Anxiety and Depression.

Excellent course to help you overcome Social Anxiety

Ancillary Protocol part 3: Meditation and Lifestyle

Conclusion and Further Advice

  • If you’re unemployed or have a poor routine, then get a job or volunteer.14Unemployment and mental health, August 2009 Something immersive like waiting on tables (although challenging in many ways) is very therapeutic as it takes the focus off your own thoughts and issues. If that seems like too much at the start, then volunteer to do something charitable. Ayahuasca isn’t going to cure you alone if you’re sitting alone in your house all day doing nothing. It will help you get off the couch but then you have to take the reins. I also cannot stress how important this is.
  • Reduce and minimize smoking as it increases stress hormones and other harmful factors. 17Smoking and Depression, By Krisha McCoy Reducing these stress hormones (adrenalin, cortisol, cholesterol) and free radicals, carbon monoxide alone reduces symptoms of depression and anxiety. If you can’t quit smoking then switch to vaping.
  • I probably can’t give better advice than Jordan Peterson. I don’t necessarily share his pessimism about the possibilities for recovery (as he doesn’t factor in the marvellous healing possibilities of plant medicine and other factors).

 

References:

Psychedelic drug ayahuasca improves hard-to-treat depression | Andy Coghlan, New Scientist Apr 14, 2017
www.newscientist.com/article/2127802-psychedelic-drug-ayahuasca-improves-hard-to-treat-depression/

The Association between Alcohol Dependence and Depression before and after Treatment for Alcohol Dependence
www.hindawi.com/journals/isrn/2012/482802/

Can Paleo Improve Low Mood & Depression? Marc Bubbs, ND, CISSN, CSCS. March 18, 2015

Can Paleo Improve Low Mood & Depression?

My Doctor Prescribed Daily HIIT Exercises for My Depression. Here’s What Happened. Mary Sauer on February 23, 2018
www.healthline.com/health-news/doctor-prescribed-daily-hiit-exercises-for-depression#12

Depression – Vitamin D Council, February 5, 2018 by John Cannell, MD

Depression

Influence of Vitamin C Supplementation on Oxidative Stress and Neutrophil Inflammatory Response in Acute and Regular Exercise – Ljiljana M. Popovic,1 Nebojsa R. Mitic,1 Dijana Miric,2 Boban Bisevac,3 Mirjana Miric,1 and Brankica Popovic4
www.hindawi.com/journals/omcl/2015/295497/

The Emerging Role for Zinc in Depression and Psychosis
by Matthew A. Petrilli,1 Thorsten M. Kranz,2 Karine Kleinhaus,3 Peter Joe,3 Mara Getz,3 Porsha Johnson,3 Moses V. Chao,2 and Dolores Malaspina3 – June 30 2017
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5492454/

Magnesium and major depression – George A. Eby, Karen L. Eby, and Harald Murk.
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK507265/

A Prospective, Randomized Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study of Safety and Efficacy of a High-Concentration Full-Spectrum Extract of Ashwagandha Root in Reducing Stress and Anxiety in Adults – K. Chandrasekhar, Jyoti Kapoor, and Sridhar Anishetty1, September 2012
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3573577/

When science meets mindfulness The Harvard Gazette – Alvin Powell, April 9, 2018

Harvard researchers study how mindfulness may change the brain in depressed patients

The efficacy of metacognitive therapy for anxiety and depression: A meta-analytic review – Nicoline Normann, Nexhmedin Morina, Arnold van Emmerik, May 2014 www.researchgate.net/profile/Nexhmedin_Morina/publication/261802565_The_efficacy_of_metacognitive_therapy_for_anxiety_and_depression_A_meta-analytic_review/links/57174b1008ae2679a8c618f5.pdf

Face-to-face socializing more powerful than phone calls, emails in guarding against depression Phone calls, digital communications less able to lower depression risk, Oregon Health & Science University , Oct 5, 2015
www.anxietycentre.com/anxiety-tips/face-to-face-social-interactions-reduce-anxiety.shtml

Association between screen time and depression among US adults, Authors: K.C.Madhava, Shardulendra Prasad, Sherch and Samendra Sherchanc
www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2211335517301316

Unemployment and mental health, August 2009
www.iwh.on.ca/summaries/issue-briefing/unemployment-and-mental-health

Take Personal Responsibility, Don’t Blame Others, Take Personal Responsibility, But Don’t Hold Others Responsible, Posted Dec 14, 2011
www.psychologytoday.com/intl/blog/sapient-nature/201112/take-personal-responsibility-dont-blame-others

Sour mood getting you down? Get back to nature. Research suggests that mood disorders can be lifted by spending more time outdoors. July, 2018
www.health.harvard.edu/mind-and-mood/sour-mood-getting-you-down-get-back-to-nature

Smoking and Depression, By Krisha McCoy
www.everydayhealth.com/depression/smoking-and-depression.aspx