Can vitamins help those that medications have failed?
by Paul Forsyth
Nearly 40 years ago, Tom Krampt felt there was no hope. It was the late 1960’s and Krampf’s life was on a downward spiral. The New York writer and his engineer wife, Francoise had moved to France, and Krampt - who would later be diagnosed with schizophrenia….
Things changed for Krampf, now 73 when he hooked up with the late psychiatrist William Douglas Hitchings, MD, a Canadian doctor working in New York. Hitchings was a believer in orthomolecular psychiatry, a controversial field of medicine that proposes mental abnormalities can be treated by correcting imbalances or deficiencies among naturally occurring biochemical constituents of the brain - most notably vitamins and other micro nutrients….