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Why? Why? Why?

Self-diagnosis can be very, very dangerous, particularly with psychiatric disorders. BiPolar Disorder can be (and, has been) misdiagnosed with serious consequences. BiPolar Disorder often includes OTHER behavioral disorders that require different approaches depending upon the individual.

You do not need "permission" to take tumeric, which is precisely why I posted that, AND the dosage. Other "natural" approaches can be problematic. Where do you suppose some of the prescribed medications come from? The Pharma Tree? Pharmaceutical companies find and isolate certain properties in many, many natural sources in an effort to make money. However, Lithium is a salt that can be very, very, very toxic if it's not within the threshold, or it can be useless if it's not within the same threshold - which, is very narrow.

Even a certified Natural Doctor obtains extensive training in herbology and other practices. And, nothing is ever guaranteed.
That's why it's called PRACTICE. Not everyone is the same as the next person, particularly with mental disorders.

Tribal healers and shaman spend their lifetimes learning and practicing, and they learn from someone else rather than just doing this, doing that, and guessing.

People CAN do whatever they want and it seems that's what you wish to do, regardless of whether or not its wholly reckless.

By the way.....you DO realize that I've been a member of this "natural site" for 11 years, right?

 

 
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