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Re: Assessing Dr. Jensen's methods

Posted by Phillip Marx on December 27, 1999, at 8:53:53

In reply to Re: Assessing Dr. Jensen's methods, posted by JohnL on December 27, 1999, at 3:42:45

Long trials are second choice, and second step, not abandoned trick. Long trials of anything would prevent quick response trials of anything and upset any before and after baselining. Quick sensitivity tests of several probable brain "systems" also concurrently sets up a baseline from which progress metrics can be based. How many systems are involved is an important determination for therapy. Whether a traditional medicine is actually toxic is quickly determined as well. Think of the trials as a quick reaction time method instead of a Dr. ignorance disguise. Dr. Jensen has a huge case history to work with. You can actually buy his first book without an M.D. credential. I have two copies since I marked up the first one so much. I haven't given much attention to disorders not mine, but they are in there. I'm thinking about taking a course to force me to broaden my understandings though since I and all the things I broke are a moving target. The web site lists some of his many disciple doctors, are any of them local for you?

Isn't the most common medical symbol aside from the red cross a pair of intertwined snakes on a pole. His book describes up front the technology, chemistry and derivative analysis and proposed therapy tactics very UN-snakishly. As for the poor girl with the "charleton" impression, he's not one of those, just follow this thread. A third will get really better right away since not much is really wrong with them after all that an on target-diagnosis decision tree check-up would miss first time. A second third will need to shed some or a lot of mis-medication after-effects to get through the masking and side effects to the root causes and corrective or therapeutic therapies. Getting some secondary problems under control often exposes underlying causes for what they are. The last third will just get a head start hoping next year's medicines will have something for them without having to go through all the legacy medications again. Dr. Jensen has written in his book the sequences that are chosen to eliminate (presuming functional renal clearance times) interactions of so many quick trial medications safely, which I might add, are tried at very low doses initially, to avoid all threat of misery so common to medicine trials.

Phillip Marx




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