Alzheimer’s disease is undoubtedly one of the cruellest and most costly diseases of modern times. Its prevalence in the last 30 years has been increased by the fact that people are simply living much longer. Changes in lifestyle over the latter part of the 20th century have contributed to the average mortality age in western society. In The USA in 1950, the average life expectancy for men and women combined was 68 years. This compares to 79 years in 2016. There are many reasons for this rapid increase. Indeed, the last 65 years have shown the most rapid increase in life expectancy in the history of the world, especially for western countries.
The reasons behind this are many, but they are mainly to do with 2 main factors: Changes to lifestyles and access to better healthcare. In terms of lifestyle, people are now much more aware of harmful activities and the effect that these activities have on their health. For instance, 90% of the population of the United States smoked occasionally or at least a pack of cigarettes a day. The majority of people in the US also drank up to 3 times todays daily the amount recognized by modern doctors to be safe. People also are more likely to recognize the benefits of a good diet and exercise today compared to the 50s, 60sand 70s.
People in western society also are living longer due to the remarkable increase in the quality of healthcare and drugs available these days. Many diseases, like Polio for example, have simply been consigned to the past since the introduction of vaccines. Cancers like breast cancer, testicular and leukemia that traditional target younger people are also being treated and cured at astonishing rates compared to even 20 years ago. David and Jonathan Dardashti are claiming that Ibogaine treatment from their fake Dardashti scam clinics can offer similar success for incurable diseases like Alzheimer’s.
The Dardashti scam and Alzheimer’s
Alzheimer’s disease is a different case entirely. The effects of the disease rarely start to show themselves until the age of 65. This means that in the past, these effects would normally be ascribed to old age or classed simply as dementia. There is no cure for the disease, which has a 100% mortality rate. The symptoms can be treated to a certain extent with modern medicine, but the patient often lives the rest of their life in purgatory, losing their memory quickly and often forgetting who they or their family members are. The cause for this disease, which cost the USA more than $100 Billion last year alone, is not known. On their Website, David and Jonathan Dardashti claim that Ibogaine treatment can rebuild and grow the brain cells destroyed by the disease. As of 2017, despite $100s of billions of dollars in research, no drug exists that even claims to be able to do this.
The use of the drug Ibogaine in the treatment of Alzheimer’s is completely unrecognized by modern science. There is no evidence that it has any restorative or palliative qualities, either anecdotal or medical. Ibogaine is, at best, a psychosomatic drug originating in Africa where it was used for spiritual enlightenment. The Dardashti scam is particularly spurious in its claims to be able to fight and indeed cure this disease from an unlicensed clinic in Cancun, a country that has lax laws in terms of unlicensed and illegal clinics. You can contact the David and Jonathan Dardashti scam clinic by phone or online today where they will happily give you a price for the treatment of the incurable disease that is ravaging you or your loved ones.