Dr. Ablow links ketamine miracle to Hunter: ‘If a cocaine addict and dealmaker were to decide he was actually an artist…’

Between shenanigans at would-be trusted institutions like the NIH, CDC and WHO, and the peddling of gender theory by doctors and medical practitioners, it’s no wonder that the public is losing faith in the advice of experts.

So to prove his point on the effectiveness of ketamine treatment, former psychiatrist Dr. Keith Ablow suggested looking no further than one of the United States’ most renowned addicts – Hunter Biden.

Much like Nobel Prize-winning ivermectin, ketamine is a relatively inexpensive drug when compared to pharmaceutical alternatives and is commonly used as an anesthetic in surgery. In speaking with the New York Post, Ablow touched on its therapeutic applications while hinting at the apparent recovery of his alleged former patient, Biden.

“So, if a cocaine addict and dealmaker were to decide he was actually an artist, one could harken back to any ketamine treatment and wonder whether that was a positive contributing factor,” the doctor asserted.

In this case, the ketamine treatment Ablow is referring to was associated with a video of Biden where he was seen in a sensory deprivation tank at Blue Water Wellness Center in Massachusetts imbibing an alcoholic beverage and allegedly smoking crack in the green-lit room.

Though adamantly not confirming that he treated Biden at the time, despite the proximity of Ablow’s office to the treatment facility and the fact that the doctor was in possession of a second laptop belonging to the president’s son, he stated, “Having treated many hundreds of clients with ketamine I’ve never seen a bad result. Moreover, being in touch with at least 50 psychiatrists who use ketamine for their clients they, too, cannot share a single bad event wherein it triggered depression or caused psychosis. No cases of death and, shockingly, almost no one reports anyone drug-seeking ketamine [for recreational use] when it is used therapeutically.”

This reporting coincides with a recent publication in the journal of Molecular Psychiatry discrediting selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) like Zoloft and Prozac prescribed as anti-depressants, contending that they don’t work because the theory that depression is caused by low levels of serotonin is reportedly inaccurate.

Ablow, who had his medical license revoked in 2019 for alleged sexual misconduct with patients, noted another benefit of ketamine was, “People do not game the system trying to get more. They become increasingly reflective, responsible and fixed on their real goals.”

Meanwhile, the discrediting of SSRIs followed a dramatic report from Fox News host Tucker Carlson who drew the connection between the anti-depressant drug and mass shooters.

“Eric Harris, the Columbine killer was on Zoloft and Luvox,” Carlson had said. “A year earlier, a 15-year-old called Kip Kinkel shot his parents and dozens of classmates. He was on Prozac. In 2005, a 16-year-old called Jeff Weise killed his grandfather and ten kids in Minnesota. He was on Prozac too. So was 27-year-old Steven Kazmierczak, who murdered six people at Northern Illinois University. In 2012, you may recall when 25-year-old James Holmes walked into a movie theater and shot 82 people. He was on Zoloft.”

Further studies were cited finding that ketamine infusion reduced suicidal thoughts in half of the participants within one day and reduced cocaine cravings and other addictive tendencies. “Ketamine has been shown to effectively prolong abstinence from alcohol and heroin in detoxified alcoholics and heroin dependent individuals, respectively,” according to a 2018 study in the Journal of Neuropharmacology.

However, new nasal treatments cost $729 in comparison to the intravenous ketamine at $20, according to the doctor, suggesting Big Pharma is ready to profit off of the latest trend in prescription treatment.

Still, “Without even confirming or refuting whether Mr. Biden was ever treated by me, those who would dismiss the possibility of completely changing one’s life are those who would also dismiss the opportunity for redemption,” Ablow expressed, “and I dismiss neither.”


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