Question for anon
Hi - per this edit -- In the phrase "The role of typical antipsychotics has come into question recently as studies have suggested that atypical antipsychotics may increase the risk of death in elderly patients." -- did you mean for the "atypical" to be "typical"? --Arcadian 03:05, 12 January 2006 (UTC)
I have added link to a press release regarding the extreme dangers of antipsychotic drugs and the criminal reason for their approval.
Alphaquad 05:55, 7 March 2007 (UTC)
- Rather unsuitable to block information about the clear malice for profit I have presented supported by the numbers. As the idiom suggests, the numbers don't lie. http://www.medicalmarijuanaprocon.org/pop/deathreports.htm#drugdeathchart Alphaquad 02:13, 19 March 2007 (UTC)
So the pharmaceutical industry is intentionally causing harm? It aims to kill mentally ill people? While many people are concerned about the ethical level of pharmaceutical companies, I doubt you can support your assertions. JFW | T@lk 13:36, 19 March 2007 (UTC)
- We can only present motive because intent cannot be proven, only admitted by the perpetrator. It is by preponderance of the evidence of motive do we assign guilt. Ignoring the evidence shows an ulterior motive of the juror. Evidence of motive supports the assertion. One very great article is just that. Alphaquad 14:21, 21 March 2007 (UTC)
Hear me people. This is nothing more than pesticide as are all Phenothiazine-derivative, sulfurized, or halogenated drugs - a nervous system destructor. The category is your first clue, that of Nerve-seizing. Doctors prescribing such are no less than paid assassins. These drugs are for those who seem a burden on system for whatever reason. If you are on welfare, you are a prime target for the State. This is the same no matter what state you live in. I am not saying there are no caring doctors. If you are lucky enough or wealthy enough to get a caring physician you will not get these drugs as long as this caring physician learned their Biochemistry, didn’t cheat or pay someone off to pass the class and took the Hippocratic oath sincerely and respectfully.
Skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora) should be used for treatment of Phenothiazine nervous system damage, if you took less than a lethal dose, obviously. For the brain damage (the hostility, mania, suicidal ideation, stroke and other afflictions) I recommend large doses of Ginger root (Zingiber officinale).
If you know anything about the structures of real medicine (usually illegal to drive its price to Gold and Silver prices on the street) you'll be delighted to see these molecules of Carbon Hydrogen Oxygen and Nitrogen (CHON). Note the absence of Sulfur, Fluorine or Chlorine, which should not be in anything called medicine.
Sulfur is in antibiotics for a reason, to kill invading bacteria and such drugs should only be used as a last resort to try and save a life. They all have serious side effects (You think? some people dont think at all). Antibiotics are prescribed much too frequently and unnecessarily. Antibiotics would be almost completely unnecessary if it were NOT for the war on our god given CB2 receptor agonists in nature. CB2 receptors are part of the Immune system. The immune system page seems to be quite informative but must be determined incomplete without info on CB2 receptors.
CB2 receptors are almost exclusively found in the immune system, with the greatest density in the spleen. CB2 receptors appear to be responsible for the anti-inflammatory as well as the release of stored white blood cells.
Documentation will be difficult at best to find due to the improperly blocked medical marijuana research.
The alternative to assassination of mental disorders is the same for the treatment of this obvious lunacy I call Pharmaceutical Assassination. Ginger, Skullcap, few others and obviously cannabinoids as well as LSD being that it showed much promise before it was stolen from us. Yes there may have been LSD misuse, but this misuse was mainly due to the lack of information and education about the drug. But I would suggest its permanent removal was for profit because people liked it. Gee, people liking real medicine, what a surprise. Alphaquad 09:09, 13 March 2007 (UTC)
- Please read WP:NPOV and WP:TIGERS before proceeding any further. JFW | T@lk 22:58, 18 March 2007 (UTC)
Image of bottles
I fail to see the purpose of the picture of drug bottles labelled 'Typical Antipsychotics'. Most tablet drugs come in similar packaging, unless supplied in blister packs. There could be aspirin or vitamin D supplements in there for all I know. A close up picture of an actual haloperidol or chlorpromazine tablet might make more sense, but most pills look the same anyway. --Ef80 (talk) 19:15, 29 July 2014 (UTC)
- I agree with Ef80, so I'm going to go ahead and remove the picture for now. Feel free to undo and explain why it should stay. Myoglobin (talk) 01:14, 30 December 2016 (UTC)
Psychotic does not exist in physical reality, so a description of a chemical as an "anti-psychotic" is questionable. https://books.google.ca/books?id=hYdLS6qyTwUC&lpg=PA177&ots=rZW8pS5s8E&dq=szasz%20on%20antibiotic%20antipsychotic&pg=PA177#v=onepage&q=szasz%20on%20antibiotic%20antipsychotic&f=false --Mark v1.0 (talk) 12:02, 11 October 2015 (UTC)
- That is what they are generally called. So we simply go with it. It is not required to make logical sense. Doc James (talk · contribs · email) 17:09, 11 October 2015 (UTC)
Unnecessary discontinuation indicator?
In the Typical Medications section, there is this message at the bottom:
Where: † indicates products that have since been discontinued.
However, none of the products above are marked, so this does not make sense. Is this in anticipation of pending discontinuations? 01:13, 30 December 2016 (UTC)
Mellaril has been discontinued, it says so on the article for it. I added it. I'm not familiar with the status of other typicals, but I will check for them. It's not an unnecessary indicator, it just hasn't been used. On another note, while this article has potential in my opinion, it needs some TLC. NimbleNavigator (talk) 22:22, 18 January 2017 (UTC)