Are drugs bad? That’s what they’ve been telling us since the beginning. But what if we could heal autism with drugs? Perhaps then, society will give them a second chance.
Well, that second chance is now. Thanks to an experimental study, autistic people are taking medical ecstasy to cure their disorder.
ECSTASY EXPERIMENTS USED ON AUTISTIC KIDS; AUTISM CURE FOUND?
There are a few different traditional therapies out there for Autistic people. Most of them don’t work. This is because they simply force those with autism to act “normal”. As one can imagine, this comes with its difficulties. However, now there is new, more “culturally appropriate” approach to addressing this social anxiety disorder. The treatment is ecstasy. Aside from making experience intense, physical sensations, and lower inhibitions, MDMA has medicinal potential.
ECSTASY TO FLOOD AUTISTIC KIDS WITH DOPAMINE AND CURE AUTISM
The secret to ecstasy is its ability to fill the brain with dopamine. Furthermore, it allows people to deal with past traumatic experience with ease. Hence, doctors want to use this state of mind to try out different social skills. Think of it as training wheels for the mind. In this zone, autistic kids can experiment with things they would otherwise be too anxious to try in the real world. Will it cure Autism? Who knows, but it’s a new idea in a stale and broken system.
AUTISTIC PERSON TAKES ECSTASY AND LIVES SUCCESSFUL LIFE WITH AUTISM
For those doubting the legitimacy of this experiment, take a look at Daniel du Valencia. She completed the MDMA treatment just last year. While it’s not easy to attribute her new found success to the drug treatment, it’s clear that she’s doing great. Valencia now has a steady, full-time job, her own place and even got married. The study is ongoing so it will be some time before her success gets a true definition. However, just the fact that new treatments are out there and have exciting potential, is a win for the medical community.