• 01:00

    Living with RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy) Ketamine: Pateint Perscpective

    in Health

    We are going to be talking about ketamine therapy tonight from a patient perspective. I have had several doctors on, now it's time for YOU to call in and tell us your personal experience with this type treatment. Did it help you? Did you have side effects? Would you recommend it to others? What side effects did you experience?

    Please call in and share your experience with others. It will really help people trying to make that sometimes difficult decision; should I or not?

    I want both sides; I want to hear the good, the bad and the sometimes ugly.

    Information is power. Help pass that information around.

  • 00:31

    Major Depression: Medication and Non-Medication Pathways to Getting Better

    in Health

    J. John Mann, MD, PhD, Director of Research and Director of Molecular Imaging and the Neuropathology Division at the New York State Psychiatric Institute


    Jeffrey Miller, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry


    This talk will discuss 


    What is depressive illness and how does it differ from disappointment and normal sadness.


    When does it require treatment, and When is psychotherapy alone best


    When is medication useful


    How effective is psychotherapy and are there any drawbacks


    How effective are medications and what are the pros and cons of medication


    Why do medications and psychotherapy take so long to work


    Ketamine and new fast acting antidepressants


    Contact information for Molecular Imaging Department, please click here http://columbiapsychiatry.org/research/Molecular-Imaging-Neuropathology


    for Information on research studies call 646 774-7560 or http://columbiapsychiatry.org/mind/


    To listen to any of our archived shows on assorted psychiatry topics such as child and adolescent mental health, OCD, or earing disorders please go to Blogtalkradio.com/columbiapsychiatrynyspi


     

  • 02:00

    Early Mormon Psychedelic Voyages w/ ER Dr. Rob't Terry Beckstead

    in Religion

    Prerecorded May 31, 2010 by http://GnosticMedia.com - an Interview with ,James W Flaming Eagle Mooney and Dr. Robert Terry Beckstead author of Restoration And Te Sacred Mushroom available for free reading at http://www.scribd.com/doc/70399796/Restoration-and-the-Sacred-Mushroom


    This show is titled "The Mormons: Joseph Smith’s Psychedelic Voyage" and was being released on Monday, May 31, 2010.


    James Mooney personally represents all of Oklevueha Native American Church independent branches; including Oklevueha Native American Church of; Navajo, Paiute, Cherokee, Chippewa, Lakota Sioux, Narragansett Nations (led by federally recognized card caring American Native persons) as well as 45 Utah Oklevueha Native American Church independent branches. His list of acolades is more than 10 pages long, so for today I’m going to keep it brief.


    Robert T. Beckstead, MD has practiced as a board certified emergency physician for 32 years with training in hypnosis from the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis and Jungian dream analysis from Pacifica Graduate Institute. His interest in the possibility that Joseph Smith used psychedelic plants, cactus, and mushrooms to facilitate visionary experience and spiritual ecstasies arises from readings in Mormon history and his emergency medicine practice. This includes training and experience in diagnosing the class of hallucinogen intoxication from its manifesting symptoms (toxidrome) and the administration of Ketamine as a powerful dissociative anesthetic for painful procedures in the emergency department. Dr. Beckstead is Affiliate Faculty, Idaho State University Portnuef Medical Center, Department of Emergency Medicine, Pocatello Idaho.


     

  • 00:29

    Special K Drug... for Depression

    in Health

    The article states....  "Yale University researchers have described ketamine as the biggest breakthrough against depression in the past half-century, theorizing that the anesthetic helps rejuvenate connections between brain cells called synapses that have been damaged by stress and depression."
    If any thing should be considered a breakthrough it is high-dose fish oil.  Join me as I easily demonstrate why this will be another failed attempt, esp compared to the alternative.
     
     
     

  • 01:19

    Dr. Richard Alan Miller,Physicist, Ret Navy Intel Officer...

    in Current Events

    NOTE:  Interesting interview with Dr. Miller who one of the show's listeners openly called a shill.  Whether true or untrue, the factual effort continues to discredit any show or persons exposing the use of mind control technology. Dr. Miller was selected as a guest due to his paper copyrighted in 2001 entitled "Synthetic Telepathy and the Early Mind Wars" detailing his personal experiences and involvement with the use of PATENTED technology capable of beaming human voices directly into the human brain from operation centers.  Here is the link to his early paper: 


    http://www.scribd.com/doc/150708380/Synthetic-Telepathy-and-the-Early-Mind-Wars-by-Richard-Alan-Miller


    Dr. Richard Alan Miller is one of the pioneers in the study of the paranormal. His work in mind control is unparalleled. Beginning in the early 1970s with Navy Intel that work included chip implants, drug studies (telepathine, ketamine, and BZ gas), and synthetic telepathy today known as the “Hearing Voices” effect. Today, with newer definitions on what constitutes the mind, this field encompasses a new paradign and a new direction in mind control has evolved.


    Electromagnetic manipulation of our minds and genetic modification of our foods are already techniques of mass social control. The mind is being targeted through the gut via GMO foods, and Dr. Miller suggests what we can do about it. What better way to break down the natural workings of the human mind than through our global food supply.


    http://www.oak-publishing.com
    http://www.richardalanmiller.com


     

  • 02:00

    Early Mormon Psychedelic Voyages w/ Dr Rob't Terry Beckstead

    in Spirituality

    Prerecorded May 31, 2010 by http://GnosticMedia.com - an Interview with James WFE Mooney and Dr. Robert Terry Beckstead (Facebook).
    This show is titled "The Mormons: Joseph Smith’s Psychedelic Voyage" and was being released on Monday, May 31, 2010.
    James Warren Mooney personally represents all of Oklevueha Native American Church independent branches; including Oklevueha Native American Church of; Navajo, Paiute, Cherokee, Chippewa, Lakota Sioux, Narragansett Nations (led by federally recognized card caring American Native persons) as well as 45 Utah Oklevueha Native American Church independent branches. His list of acolades is more than 10 pages long, so for today I’m going to keep it brief.
    Robert T. Beckstead, MD has practiced as a board certified emergency physician for 32 years with training in hypnosis from the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis and Jungian dream analysis from Pacifica Graduate Institute. His interest in the possibility that Joseph Smith used psychedelic plants, cactus, and mushrooms to facilitate visionary experience and spiritual ecstasies arises from readings in Mormon history and his emergency medicine practice. This includes training and experience in diagnosing the class of hallucinogen intoxication from its manifesting symptoms (toxidrome) and the administration of Ketamine as a powerful dissociative anesthetic for painful procedures in the emergency department. Dr. Beckstead is Affiliate Faculty, Idaho State University Portnuef Medical Center, Department of Emergency Medicine, Pocatello Idaho.
     

  • 00:59

    Living With Hope with host Trudy Thomas

    in Health

    Dr. Mark DeBruin is my guest today.
    The topic is ketamine infusions for reflex sympathetic dystrophy.
    Dr. Mark DeBruin currently operates as a respected and experienced medical professional who uses ketamine infusion therapy to treat Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD)/Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). A graduate of the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and a member of the American Academy of Family Practice, Dr. DeBruin continues to act as a trusted health practitioner who works in the realm of osteopathic medicine, as well as pain medicine, dermatology, sports medicine, geriatrics, and women’s health. One of Dr. Mark DeBruin’s most marked specialties is his work with RSD/CRPS. Utilizing a very effective ketamine treatment to relieve pain and symptoms, Dr. DeBruin administers the drug on a scheduled basis for maximum healing. Ketamine infusions have been known to actually reverse the affects of this serious and debilitating disease, effectively ridding clients of the pain they experience over time. The initial treatment takes approximately 10 days, with a booster protocol administered during the secondary ketamine phase.

  • 02:00

    Oklevueha Radio - Early Mormon Psychedelic Voyages

    in Spirituality

    Prerecorded May 31, 2010 by http://GnosticMedia.com - an Interview with James WFE Mooney and Dr. Robert T. Beckstead. Join James and Dr Beckstead LIVE on February 17th in this time slot.
    This show is titled "The Mormons: Joseph Smith’s Psychedelic Voyage" and was being released on Monday, May 31, 2010.
    James Warren Mooney personally represents all of Oklevueha Native American Church independent branches; including Oklevueha Native American Church of; Navajo, Paiute, Cherokee, Chippewa, Lakota Sioux, Narragansett Nations (led by federally recognized card caring American Native persons) as well as 45 Utah Oklevueha Native American Church independent branches. His list of acolades is more than 10 pages long, so for today I’m going to keep it brief.
    Robert T. Beckstead, MD has practiced as a board certified emergency physician for 32 years with training in hypnosis from the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis and Jungian dream analysis from Pacifica Graduate Institute. His interest in the possibility that Joseph Smith used psychedelic plants, cactus, and mushrooms to facilitate visionary experience and spiritual ecstasies arises from readings in Mormon history and his emergency medicine practice. This includes training and experience in diagnosing the class of hallucinogen intoxication from its manifesting symptoms (toxidrome) and the administration of Ketamine as a powerful dissociative anesthetic for painful procedures in the emergency department. Dr. Beckstead is Affiliate Faculty, Idaho State University Portnuef Medical Center, Department of Emergency Medicine, Pocatello Idaho.
     

  • 00:47

    Dr Demitri Papolos The Fear Of Harm Phenotype - A moms story

    in Parents

    Dr Papolos author of The Bipolar Child and Research Director of the Juvenile Bipolar Foundation and Alyssa Bronstein returns to discuss The Fear of Harm Phenotype.  The Fear Of Harm phenotype is not a new definition of bipolar disorder but a distinct, neurologically-based disorder which can explain the symptom profile of many who are “bipolar” and some, but not all, who have other conceptual diagnoses such as ADHD, depression, anxiety.
    In our first three intervies we discussed at length child bipolar, the fear of harm phenotype and the cutting edge research that is giving us answers to so many questions about these struggling children and teens.  
    Tonight we also meet a parent involved in the Ketamine study and how it has transformed their child.  

  • 02:25

    Oklevueha Radio - Early Mormon Psychedelic Voyages

    in Spirituality

    Prerecorded May 31, 2010 by http://GnosticMedia.com - an Interview with James WFE Mooney and Dr. Robert T. Beckstead. Join James and Dr Beckstead LIVE on February 17th in this time slot.
    This show is titled "The Mormons: Joseph Smith’s Psychedelic Voyage" and was being released on Monday, May 31, 2010.
    James Warren Mooney personally represents all of Oklevueha Native American Church independent branches; including Oklevueha Native American Church of; Navajo, Paiute, Cherokee, Chippewa, Lakota Sioux, Narragansett Nations (led by federally recognized card caring American Native persons) as well as 45 Utah Oklevueha Native American Church independent branches. His list of acolades is more than 10 pages long, so for today I’m going to keep it brief.
    Robert T. Beckstead, MD has practiced as a board certified emergency physician for 32 years with training in hypnosis from the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis and Jungian dream analysis from Pacifica Graduate Institute. His interest in the possibility that Joseph Smith used psychedelic plants, cactus, and mushrooms to facilitate visionary experience and spiritual ecstasies arises from readings in Mormon history and his emergency medicine practice. This includes training and experience in diagnosing the class of hallucinogen intoxication from its manifesting symptoms (toxidrome) and the administration of Ketamine as a powerful dissociative anesthetic for painful procedures in the emergency department. Dr. Beckstead is Affiliate Faculty, Idaho State University Portnuef Medical Center, Department of Emergency Medicine, Pocatello Idaho.
     

  • 02:25

    Oklevueha Radio - Early Mormon Psychedelic Voyages

    in Spirituality

    Prerecorded May 31, 2010 by http://GnosticMedia.com - an Interview with James WFE Mooney and Dr. Robert T. Beckstead. Join James and Dr Beckstead LIVE on February 17th in this time slot.
    This show is titled "The Mormons: Joseph Smith’s Psychedelic Voyage" and was being released on Monday, May 31, 2010.
    James Warren Mooney personally represents all of Oklevueha Native American Church independent branches; including Oklevueha Native American Church of; Navajo, Paiute, Cherokee, Chippewa, Lakota Sioux, Narragansett Nations (led by federally recognized card caring American Native persons) as well as 45 Utah Oklevueha Native American Church independent branches. His list of acolades is more than 10 pages long, so for today I’m going to keep it brief.
    Robert T. Beckstead, MD has practiced as a board certified emergency physician for 32 years with training in hypnosis from the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis and Jungian dream analysis from Pacifica Graduate Institute. His interest in the possibility that Joseph Smith used psychedelic plants, cactus, and mushrooms to facilitate visionary experience and spiritual ecstasies arises from readings in Mormon history and his emergency medicine practice. This includes training and experience in diagnosing the class of hallucinogen intoxication from its manifesting symptoms (toxidrome) and the administration of Ketamine as a powerful dissociative anesthetic for painful procedures in the emergency department. Dr. Beckstead is Affiliate Faculty, Idaho State University Portnuef Medical Center, Department of Emergency Medicine, Pocatello Idaho.
     

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