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3.0 out of 5 stars Good for mood, but watch your stomach, 29 July 2014
I think this substance really helps with mood elevation and mild depression, but, and it's a big but, it can cause terrible indigestion and stomach pain in some people, even when taken during a meal.If you suffer from reflux or a hiatus hernia, you may have to take another drug, a PPI, to tolerate 5-HTP.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Anxiety and intestinal spasm relief, 29 July 2014
Taking this for anxiety, and it definitely seems to help. It also helps relieve constipation if that is an issue, as well as the painful rectal spasms that come with magnesium deficiency. I only found this out by chance recently, and since starting Magnesium orotate I haven't had any pain - it was so bad that it used to waken me from deep sleep. Will continue as long as required.

Aware Of Aware
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3.0 out of 5 stars Spirituality from a scientist, 29 July 2014
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This review is from: Aware Of Aware (Kindle Edition)
Hmm! Not quite sure what I think about this short treatise. Its informal style seems somehow perverse when you are informed that the author is a medical scientist using a nom de plume. There's not a lot of science here, surprisingly, but rather a lot of religious conviction, which is fine, as NDEs have religious overtones and cannot wholly be defined by science, and that's why this book has been written. The singling out of one particular religion as being more in tune with the NDE and the beneficent presence behind it, however, will anger some and vindicate the beliefs of others. That doesn't bother me at all, as the book does not purport to present an unassailable explanation for the spiritual - it is what it is, just one man's attempt to rationalise in his own mind a very interesting and perplexing phenomenon. As he often entreats, go do your own research and make up your own minds about his ideas.
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Mirage Men: A Journey into Disinformation, Paranoia and UFOs: The Weird Truth Behind UFOs
Mirage Men: A Journey into Disinformation, Paranoia and UFOs: The Weird Truth Behind UFOs
by Mark Pilkington
Edition: Paperback
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5.0 out of 5 stars Essential reading, 23 Nov 2010
The other reviewers on this site have given more than enough information about the contents of Mark Pilkington's book, Mirage Men, so I will desist from reiterating.

All I will say is that this book is essential reading for anyone who presumes to call him/herself a ufologist. It may burst bubbles and close down entrenched ideas, but will certainly open minds.

All sensible researchers in this field, right from its inception in 1947, have wondered about how much of the UFO narrative was real, and how much........well, not real. You'll get plenty of clues in this book, some evidence and some intelligent extrapolation and speculation.

It's beautifully written in faultless English unlike many UFO and paranormal titles. For the author, it was a journey of discovery, a journey I suspect that is far from completed.

Smoke and mirrors - yes. Hot air - definitely not. If you want to treat yourself to just one UFO title, this is definitely it. Read it if you dare - not for the faint-hearted believers.

Judith Jaafar
(ex-BUFORA chair)

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