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Thursday, February 16, 2017

Contrave: The Good the Bad and the Ugly

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Contrave is a combination of two drugs Naltrexone and bupropion aka Wellbutrin. The good is the Naltrexone and the bad is the Wellbutrin. The ugly is the criminal medical industry who is selling this shit.

Wellbutrin is a rattlesnake of a drug. It will bite you and maybe even kill you. Here is what patients are saying about Wellbutrin.

While Wellbutrin doesn't make everyone gain weight it does cause many people to pack on the pounds.

The reason you are a glutton and don't deny it: if you are fat you are a glutton, is because of the constant rewards you get from all the junk food you eat. You have established a pattern of rewards by pleasuring yourself with food for so long that now your brain expects it. You can tough it out for 6 months and not indulge your porcine pleasures (piggish pleasures) or you can take a drug that dulls those pleasures and resets your brain. Naltrexone does that and in the case of heroin addicts and alcoholics it does it in six weeks and they the treatment is over. Adding Wellbutrin causes addiction and withdrawal from Wellbutrin is BRUTAL! It should be banned and the slime doctors who prescribe it need a month in a pillory followed by a trip to a guillotine.

Anti-depressants like Wellbutrin can trigger withdrawal symptoms like:
  • agitation.
  • anxiety.
  • confusion.
  • fatigue.
  • headache.
  • insomnia.
  • rebound depression.
  • suicide.
  • aggression.
  • violent behavior

How long does Wellbutrin withdrawal last? - Addiction Blog

The Medical Mafia has long known that Naltrexone in an effective treatment for addiction, gluttony, and addiction. Naltrexone is used in civilized countries treat alcoholism by implanting it transdermally. It has a close to a 90% success rate. Since it stops alcohol cravings it will stop food cravings as well.

Naltrexone is a good drug with many positive side effects!

My experience with Low Dose Naltrexone By David Gluck, MD | LDN ...