Manic Depression

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 Nutritional Solutions for Manic Depression/Bipolar Disorder
See also: The Role of Infections in Mental Illness by Frank Strick, Clinical Research Director.


These two articles will give you most of the information you need to give you the best chance of improving or resolving your Manic Depression/Bipolar Disorder.


The details given below concerning full spectrum mineral salts are especially relevant to Bipolar Disorder/Manic Depression, however the full treatment protocol discussed in the articles detailed above should also be taken into consideration.


A lack of full spectrum salts and related dehydration can be a factor in manic depression. Taking Ionic Minerals  (Inland sea water concentrate) in water, and making sure you drink sufficient water daily, e.g. two pints will help.   Many people report that daily use of seawater helps with energy balance.  Persons who are hyperactive or stressed tend to be normalised.  In many, the use of Ionic Minerals has been curative of depression and manic states can also be normalised. This is partly explained by the calming elements of magnesium, lithium and bromine found in sea water.  All natural elements found in sea water are non-toxic.  Synthetic Lithium is a common treatment for manic depression, but the small quantities contained in Ionic Minerals in it's NATURAL state is a useful natural treatment for manic depression.


Full spectrum unrefined salt (normal sea salts do not supply enough of the trace minerals) know as Celtic sea salt is another option and ideally should be the only salt added to food.
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