Drugs Prescribed To Children For ADHD Are Molecularly Identical To Street Drugs And Are Really Powerful Psychotropic Mind Altering Chemicals

By David Noble

Contributing writer for End the Lie

Imagine if there was a plot to poison humanity through our food, water and the medications that our doctors are so eager to push us into taking. Imagine if the government was in on this plot and the main stream media was used to to convince us that these poisons were actually good for us. What would happen if the majority of us willingly started taking these poisons?

Unfortunately this is not something that comes from some fictional novel but is happening right now. The majority of us are unwittingly poisoning not only ourselves but our children and loved ones as well. There are chemicals being put into our food, water and medicines that should not be there.

With the likes of ADHD ( attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ), cancer, heart disease, allergies and Alzheimer’s on the rise at an alarming rate, the warning signs are there that something is wrong.

In a serious of articles I am going to look at some of those chemicals that are put in many of our foods and medicines that are actually doing us harm.

Lets first have a look at ADHD and what is behind this disorder. While most conventional doctors have dismissed the idea, research has shown that there is a link between the consumption of food additives by children — especially food colorings and ADHD. It has been found that by eating processed foods containing additives and artificial colors, you are introducing toxic chemicals into your bloodstream which then find their way into the brain and alter brain function. This alters behavior and can cause restlessness and shortened attention span in children diagnosed with ADHD. Another cause was found by researchers of the Colorado State University in a study which concluded that Pitocin (A synthetic form of the naturally occurring hormone, oxytocin) induced labor doubles the risk of ADHD. The researchers found that The occurrence of ADHD in the Pitocin group was 67.1% as opposed to 35.6% in the non-exposure group.

Another problem with the alarming rise of ADHD is the amount of drugs that are  being dispensed to children supposedly to treat this disorder. This is a major cause of concern among some medical groups with reports of these drugs even being illegally prescribed to children as young as four years old, In the UK. Data compiled by the Centre for Paediatric and Pharmacy Research shows that prescription rates for ADHD drugs like Ritalin are highest among the age six to 12 category, which is the youngest age category for which they can legally be prescribed. between 2004 and 2008, prescription rates doubled in this category, jumping to eight out of every 1,000 children. In Britain alone drugs often prescribed for children with attention deficit disorder (ADD) or attention deficit, hyperactive disorder (ADHD) jumped in use by 65% from 2005 to 2009.

Worryingly research published in the journal Pediatrics, reveals that drugs prescribed to millions of children to treat ADHD are causing them to experience frightening hallucinations. Children on these drugs hallucinated that snakes and bugs were crawling all over them, says Reuters, and some kids taking the drugs experience other bizarre psychotic side effects such as thinking they ran into a wall and falling to the ground even when no wall was present. These Drugs are often molecularly identical to street drugs and are powerful psychotropic mind altering chemicals. The drugs reviewed in this study included: Ritalin and Focalin XR (Novartis), Adderall XR and Daytrana patch (Shire), Concerta (Johnson & Johnson), Strattera (Eli Lilly), Metadate CD (Celltech Pharmaceuticals) and Provigil (Cephalon).

 Another cause for concern is that the cases of teen abuse of these drugs have skyrocketed. Research by the Partnership for a Drug-Free America suggests that nearly one in five U.S. teenagers have abused prescription drugs. According to scientific research funded by the FDA and the National Institute of Mental Health, drugs such as Ritalin increase the risk of sudden death by five hundred percent among children and teens. Despite this these drugs have been approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) as safe.

 Big Pharma virtually own psychiatry and seem intent on drugging us all with at least one mind altering medication. What people need to realize is that there is an easier answer than these addictive mind altering drugs with all their side effects. This can be achieved by eating a healthy non GMO diet without food additives or artificial coloring. Research has also shown that rewarding hyperactive children for good behavior and discouraging unwanted behavior works on the same areas of the brain as drugs like Ritalin without the harmful side effects.

Drugs like Ritalin may seem the easy answer to your parenting problems but before you agree to using these drugs think of the harm you could be doing to your child.

Please watch the video below……..

Critical Alert about Ritalin and Your Child


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3 Responses to Drugs Prescribed To Children For ADHD Are Molecularly Identical To Street Drugs And Are Really Powerful Psychotropic Mind Altering Chemicals

  1. Dr. Robert Pressman August 30, 2011 at 4:54 AM

    Your readers may be interested in our study presented at the American Psychological Association in August and being published by the American Journal of Family Psychology on September 20. It presents arguably one of the most significant scientific findings regarding ADHD in the last 40 years–Faux ADHD–a look-alike of ADHD where medication is not recommended.

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    • Todd March 8, 2012 at 7:32 PM

      I know personally of a doctor that prescibes Adderall XR for adults addicted to crystal meth. Only differences she says is that it’s timed release and does not provide a “high” and can’t be smoked or injected. Also purity is assured since it comes through Pharma and is quality controlled. Insurance pays for it if there is an underlying or supporting appropriate diagnosis (NOT the “treatment” of addicition…that would not fly)

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  2. Allie August 27, 2014 at 11:20 PM

    This is so disturbing. I have people all around me trying to convince me to medicate my child because of his attention issues. He has no behavioral problems or hyperactivity. He’s sweet, happy, artistic, and hilarious. It is crazy how people who claim to love him want to strip him of his unique personality and turn him into an automaton that gets good grades. It’s crazy I have had people tell me it’s cruel not to medicate him. People are so decieved!

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