PTSD and Ecstasy whats your thoughts on the matter.

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PrinceAlbert

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#2
I really, really, really love you. You're the best bezzer I've ever had. Giz a sip of your water, I'm boiling.

*guuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuurn*
 
#4
Is the idea here that it doesn't actually cure anything but it does mean you don't give a ****?
 
#5
It will never work as it would make those suffering from PTSD easily visible to all of the 'normal' people around them. They will be the ones who like crap music, can't stop dancing and chewing and who keep keeling over dead through dehydration.
 
#7
I went to a talk last night on this very topic. Our American cousins appear to be way ahead of our own researchers. LSD also cropped up in the discussions. It's some of the 'medicines' to be taken pre-combat that raised most eyebrows I'm sure. Those clinicians who want to pre-empt the battlefield aftershock and medicate accordingly, now that's going to be the interesting zone.
 
#8
I went to a talk last night on this very topic. Our American cousins appear to be way ahead of our own researchers. LSD also cropped up in the discussions. It's some of the 'medicines' to be taken pre-combat that raised most eyebrows I'm sure. Those clinicians who want to pre-empt the battlefield aftershock and medicate accordingly, now that's going to be the interesting zone.
Viagra? Surely someone who's hard as **** won't get PTSD.

"Ooo a taxi, for me?"
 
#9
Yeah good idea.

The next big thing is to treat depression with smack...
Yes but there is no dependencey on ecstasy ,in the purest of forms MDMA there is no chance of death and especially in a medical enviroment where if the body did start to heat up above its normal temp they can get saline drip into your body to hydrate you.
In a medical enviroment i think this is a great idea ecstasy was a form of medication before it become a party drug just like ketamin was used in vietnam as a battelfield pain killer to great effect, then it become widely available threw black market sources threw china and india and then was used as a party drug to which people frown on now. why not use it if it helps ??
 
#10
Yes but there is no dependencey on ecstasy ,in the purest of forms MDMA there is no chance of death and especially in a medical enviroment where if the body did start to heat up above its normal temp they can get saline drip into your body to hydrate you.
In a medical enviroment i think this is a great idea ecstasy was a form of medication before it become a party drug just like ketamin was used in vietnam as a battelfield pain killer to great effect, then it become widely available threw black market sources threw china and india and then was used as a party drug to which people frown on now. why not use it if it helps ??
Sorry but I don't buy in to treatining emotional distress with drugs. But then again I tend to avoid taking any drugs (legal and illegal) full stop. If I start putting pain killers into my system I want to "Feel the benefit" as my old nan would say.
 
#13
It would make an interesting Regimental march...

Ebeneezer Goode, leading light of the scene
Know what I mean, see
He created the vibe
He takes you for a ride and as if by design
The party ignites like he's comin alive
He takes you to the top, shakes you all around
Then back down, you know as he gets mellow
Then as smooth as the groove that is making you move
He glides into your mind with a sunny Hello
A gentleman of leisure, he's there for your pleasure
But go easy on old Eezer he's the love you could lose
Extraordinary fellow, like Mr. Punchinello
He's the kind of geezer who must never be abused
When you're in town and Ebeneezer is around
You can sense a presence in the sound of the crowd
He gets them all at it, the party starts rocking
The people get excited it's time to shout loud

E's are Good, E's are Good
He's Ebeneezer Goode
E's are Good, E's are Good
He's Ebeneezer Goode
E's are Good, E's are Good
He's Ebeneezer Goode
E's are Good, E's are Good
He's Ebeneezer Goode





That's all I have to say about that.
 
#14
It would make an interesting Regimental march...

Ebeneezer Goode, leading light of the scene
Know what I mean, see
He created the vibe
He takes you for a ride and as if by design
The party ignites like he's comin alive
He takes you to the top, shakes you all around
Then back down, you know as he gets mellow
Then as smooth as the groove that is making you move
He glides into your mind with a sunny Hello
A gentleman of leisure, he's there for your pleasure
But go easy on old Eezer he's the love you could lose
Extraordinary fellow, like Mr. Punchinello
He's the kind of geezer who must never be abused
When you're in town and Ebeneezer is around
You can sense a presence in the sound of the crowd
He gets them all at it, the party starts rocking
The people get excited it's time to shout loud

E's are Good, E's are Good
He's Ebeneezer Goode
E's are Good, E's are Good
He's Ebeneezer Goode
E's are Good, E's are Good
He's Ebeneezer Goode
E's are Good, E's are Good
He's Ebeneezer Goode





That's all I have to say about that.
Havent heard that in years thanks for that brought a smile to my face.
 
#16
OC: I see Sgt. Smiff (2 effs) is back from being treated for PDST, hows he getting on?

Troopie: Fine I think sir, I sent him out to do a recce this afternoon, he should be back soon and we'll see how he got on.

OC: Good keep me informed please, Rodney.

Later

Troop Staffy: Sgt Smiff (2 effs) is back sir and I have his er, recce report here.

Troopy: Ah good, the OC is is interested in how he is getting on. I'll show him the report.

Troop Staffy: Er, I would hold on that sir if I was you.

Troopy: Why's that, Staff?

Troop Staffy: I read you the executive summary, sir:

Ahem


I Wandered lonely as a cloud
That floats on high o'er vales and hills,
When all at once I saw a crowd,
A host, of golden daffodils;

Beside the lake, beneath the trees,
Fluttering and dancing in the breeze.
Continuous as the stars that shine
And twinkle on the milky way,

They stretched in never-ending line
Along the margin of a bay:
10 Ten thousand saw I at a glance,
Tossing their heads in sprightly dance.


Troopy: Strawdinary, Staff. Is it some kind of code?
 
#17
Fine, great idea. Except what happens to those who go on to "self medicate". In my experience weather it's drugs, booze, shopping, even training their are those who know when to stop and those who don't. If something takes the pain away your bound to want to have another go even if you have a bit of discipline.

I'm not anti drugs I just think they are not a cure for everyone. Those who it is a cure for I suspect would be few and far between.
 
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Kirkz

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#18
Wasn't MDMA invented by the Germans during the war?
Can't see it helping as it would just mask the problems, which would then come back once the drug wares off.
 

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