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Many people have received sub-optimal treatment for their schizophrenia or affective disorder. Despite a large monetary investment, over a prolonged period, pharmaceutical companies have failed to deliver novel therapies to the market place. Based on anecdotal testimony and with strong literary support, a pilot study was undertaken. For the randomized controlled trial, 80 participants self-administered either mangosteen pericarp or placebo capsules over an 180 day period. No biomarker has been widely recognized for schizophrenia, so widely accepted measures of outcome were accessed by…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Many people have received sub-optimal treatment for their schizophrenia or affective disorder. Despite a large monetary investment, over a prolonged period, pharmaceutical companies have failed to deliver novel therapies to the market place. Based on anecdotal testimony and with strong literary support, a pilot study was undertaken. For the randomized controlled trial, 80 participants self-administered either mangosteen pericarp or placebo capsules over an 180 day period. No biomarker has been widely recognized for schizophrenia, so widely accepted measures of outcome were accessed by structured interviews. This book reported if supplementary capsules of mangosteen extract (pericarp), modified symptoms for the treatment of schizophrenia and affective disorders.
Autorenporträt
Dr Wendy Laupu completed her PhD at James Cook University, Australia in 2015. Previously Dr Laupu undertook a Bachelor of Nursing Science at the same institution. She presently has an adjunct position as a Research Fellow in the College of Healthcare Sciences, James Cook University; enabling her to continue examining mental illness.