I don't have any personal experience with it. I'm told when someone is suicidal and younger in age they've had good results with it.
Based on the 2017 Youth Risk Behaviors Survey, 7.4 percent of youth in grades 9-12 reported that they had made at least one suicide attempt in the past 12 months. Female students attempted almost twice as often as male students (9.3% vs. 5.1%). Black students reported the highest rate of attempt (9.8%) with white students at 6.1 percent. Approximately 2.4 percent of all students reported making a suicide attempt that required treatment by a doctor or nurse. For those requiring treatment, rates were highest for Black students (3.4%).
I've seen firsthand what opiate addiction has done to people. It's terrible what drug companies have done to our youth. Anything for profit. Then addicts turn to heroin, because they can no longer afford or able to get their oxycontin.
The ssri issue ime is trying to get off of them. I only had a little stint on lexapro. Withdrawal is insane. Even tapering down was just awful. Nevermind they are side effects in a bottle in addition to what they actually accomplish. Can’t believe doctors are so casual with these. Doesn’t surprise me one bit people kill themselves or others when withdrawing from an ssri.
I do believe that proper diet, sleep, sunlight, and exercise can "cure" almost every ailment out there and have seen it at work in my life, my wife's and my friends.
Other than potentially how it's processed, I don't see any magical blend in their stuff and holy cow, that's expensive. I'll stick with the Pure O.N.E. multis, which are still expensive but about half TrueHope's offerings.