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RonnyT
02-04-2015, 02:31 PM
The drug use of Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler had his personal physician Dr Theodor Morell who administered him drugs on a daily basis.

In their new book "War Hitler Krank?" ("Was Hitler Ill?"), historian Henrik Eberle and Hans-Joachim Neumann, a professor emeritus of medicine at Berlin's Charité University Hospital, have combined the use of documentary material with modern medical analysis to separate myth from verifiable facts. The book purports to offer nothing short of "conclusive findings" on Hitler's state of health.

Hitler took massive amounts of Mutaflor a drug to combat flatulence. The drug contained small amounts of the nerve agent strychnine, which had long been used as a rat poison.

Morell routinely administered a solution of dextrose and vitamins to help Hitler combat fatigue. Because Hitler was skeptical of pills and capsules, the solution was injected intravenously or intramuscularly.

Morell then prescribed the barbiturate Brom-Nervacit, the morphine-based drug Eukodal, bulls’ semen, to give him a testosterone boost, and Pervitin, a pill containing crystal meth.
Morell also gave him two artificial stimulants, Coramine and Cardiazol. To counteract the effect of the stimulants, Morell gave Hitler more sedatives.

In 1944, Morell began giving him injections of the testosterone, particularly when Eva Braun was around. How often he injected Hitler with androgens we do not know, but each time it was a Testoviron ampoule of 25 milligrams of testosterone enanthate. Made Schering.

Before his rendezvous with Braun, Hitler occasionally had Morell inject an extract derived from the seminal vesicles and prostate glands of young bulls into his bloodstream. Hitler was not the only world leader full of drugs. During the “Bay of Pigs disaster” (1961-1962) and the “Cuba Missile crises” President John Kennedy , was “treated” with amphetamines, barbiturates, cocaine analogues and anabolic steroids (testosterone, methyl testosterone and Halotestin), not just occasionally but consistently over many years.
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