|In 2001, researchers tested 5 commonly used anti-depressant drugs (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors-SSRI’s) against Aspergillus fungi. Their findings were published in the Journal of Antimicrobial Therapy. The concluded that “the five SSRIs tested in this study displayed different potencies with respect to both antifungal killing and lag of fungal regrowth.”|
Early this year I met with Oregonian Pharmacist, Dr. Ross Pelton. He and I hit it off immediately, because we share the same core beliefs on depression. Dr Pelton is concerned about prescription antidepressant abuse and is quite vocal about it. But rather than internalizing his concern, he is one man on a mission to teach depressed people the truth about these medications and safe alternatives that he has studied for decades. What do SSRI’s and plant based healing supplements have in common? Yes, they both have antifungal properties.
I asked Ross for a few teasers from his upcoming web seminar (webinar) and here was his response:
1) Did you know that an herbal compound found in tea
2) Did you know that gut bacteria communicate directly
3) Learn how to utilize nutrients to help your brain
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