[ALERT!] Popular anti-anxiety drug found contaminated
You’d like to think your meds are made in pristine labs by neat freaks in white coats, gloves and face masks.
Seems like some of them are being cooked up in conditions worse than a trailer park meth lab!
There’s been recall… after recall… after recall… as popular drugs for blood pressure and heartburn have recently been found contaminated and adulterated.
Now, you can add one more drug to the list – one taken every day by MILLIONS of Americans.
A new report finds a generic batch of the anti-anxiety drug alprazolam (aka Xanax) has been contaminated with a “foreign substance.”
What’s the substance? Don’t ask; they’re not really saying.
Could be moon dust for all we know.
What’s it do? All they’ll admit to is a “remote risk of infection.”
How can you avoid it?
Well… they don’t WANT to answer that one.
So allow me!
I’m here today with a way to make sure you NEVER need to touch this med or face any of the risks… “remote” or otherwise.
Beat anxiety without a contaminated med
When I’m feeling stressed, frayed or just plain frazzled, the only “drug” I need doesn’t come in a bottle.
And you can’t get it in a store.
I laced up my boots and head for the hills – and after about an hour of being out in God’s country, I know there’s not a darned thing they can throw at me that I can’t handle.
But it’s not always that easy for everyone else.
Folks get desperate. They need help – and they need it in a hurry. So they pop a pill that tweaks the brain chemistry and hope to ease the anxiety that can make it so tough to function.
And this time of year… with stress and travel and everything else… some people practically depend on the drug.
Or at least, they THINK they do.
But they don’t.
First, try my plan. Get out… go for a walk… and clear your mind. There’s nothing quite like looking up at the stars on a clear night to bring a little calm to a restless soul.
And second, look to correct the TRUE cause, which is often low levels of a neurotransmitter called GABA. Its job is to act like a set of brakes on excited nerve impulses in the brain.
Without the brake, the impulses go racing off – and you feel stressed, anxious and edgy.
The drug targets GABA, but there’s another way to switch it “on” that’s safer, more elective and completely natural… and that’s to get your body to produce its own GABA again!!
You’ll find supplements, but most of them are hard for your body to absorb and put to use.
Look for a supplement called theanine instead, which helps your body boost GABA production. I recommend a form called Suntheanine from Japan, which you can find online pretty easily.