After the release of the two Israelis: 6 more abductees were transferred to Egypt/Walla!
On Tuesday, the head of the medical division in the health system, Dr. Hagar Mizrahi, revealed to the Knesset Health Committee additional atrocities faced by the abductees held captive in Gaza. Now it turns out that apart from starvation, lack of medical care and prolonged handcuffing, Hamas terrorists drugged the detainees with Klonks tranquilizers, "to make them look happy."
"Misuse of medicines, of any kind, for war purposes is despicable and unacceptable," says Lavalle! HealthDr. Tom Galili, an expert psychiatrist at the Mentalix Institute in Herzliya. "Medications are meant to help and heal, not hurt. This is another example of a war crime – cynically drugging victims"
What is the usual use of Clonex?
"Clonex is mainly used to treat anxiety and for relaxation. The drug belongs to the family of benzodiazepines, and its effect is mediated through the central nervous system. It is important to say that careless and long-term use of the drug may lead to addiction and withdrawal symptoms, and therefore it is important to accompany and monitor around taking the drug. This is an effective drug, provided that it is used according to the instructions.
As time passes, the horrors the abductees had to deal with are revealed/official website, without
"The treatment of the Klonks after a traumatic event is a complex issue that has been discussed quite a bit lately. In the acute stage, around and after traumatic events, it is customary to avoid if possible the use of Clonex or preparations from the same family. This is because, despite the anxiety-reducing effect of these preparations, they may interfere with the memory processing processes of difficult events."
How long does the drug affect the patient?
"Unlike SSRI antidepressants and anxiolytics, the effect of Clonex is immediate, and usually short-lived. So they can certainly be abused to have an immediate impact on the mental and cognitive state of the person taking them."
It is still unclear, but there is a chance that the drug was also given to children. How dangerous is it?
"Sedatives should be used with caution and medical supervision with adults, and especially with children, who, due to their age and weight, should be even more careful of unwanted and even dangerous effects of the drug."
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