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Is Effexor XR one of the "fluoridated" antidepressants?
 
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Published: 11 years ago
 

Is Effexor XR one of the "fluoridated" antidepressants?


Hi all,

I'm recently off effexor (yay), and in the market to clear out some of the residual damage.

I've read that almost all psycho-pharmaceuticals contain problematic fluorine compounds... but I can't seem to find out whether Effexor is in fact one of these. Does anyone on this forum know for sure?

(I'm pretty sure that I do need to do some work with fluoride and bromide, based on an earlier attempt to treat with iodine; right now I'm just attempting to assess how urgent this project is, relative to other healing work I need to do (eg, where to start, since I can't do it all at once).

Thanks!

I would also welcome any thoughts, experiences, or words of wisdom about repairing a post-effexor brain. I'm experiencing a lot of sensitivity- especially to noise- and a general feeling of not being as emotionally resilient as I am accustomed to feeling (from even before the effexor).

For those may be interested: I got off relatively painlessly (a minor miracle!) using a combination of a "Terminator 2" Zapper and a Blessed Herbs colon/internal cleanse. I would be happy to answer any questions about this- feel free to email me.
 

 
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