You’ll Never See Prescription Drugs The Same After This!


Gwen Olson discusses her experience in the business and includes a powerful example of when she realized it wasn’t just a sales job anymore. This tragic story exemplifies how she had the power to affect people’s health and lives.

Gwen Olsen spent fifteen years as a pharmaceutical sales rep. She enjoyed a successful, fast-paced career until several consciousness-altering experiences began awakening her to the dangers lurking in every American medicine cabinet. Her most poignant lessons, however, came as both victim and survivor of life-threatening adverse drug reactions.

Adverse effects from prescription drugs have become the third-leading killer of Americans. Only heart disease and cancer claim more lives. Olsen believes that it is time to dispel the myth that the pharmaceutical industry is in the business of health and healing.

In fact, what the pharmaceutical industry is in the business of doing is disease maintenance and symptoms management …[to] encourage people to remain customers of the pharmaceutical industry.

Gwen Olsen

Gwen Olsen: The RX Reformer.

Gwen Olsen is the author of, Confessions Of An RX Drug Pusher, and her willingness to fight for the protection of people, and particularly of children, is known and respected around the world.

There is no such thing as a safe drug.

Gwen Olson

Real medicine is natural medicine, not the pharmaceutical alternative.

Mike Tawse

Thanks to Gwen Olsen.

The book is available at Gwen Olsen: The RX Reformer and online retailers and bookstores.

Learn more about Mike Tawse: The Health-Care Survivor’s own escape from the toxic cocktail of prescription medication, and the twin tyrannies of allopathic medicine and the pharmaceutical industry, at: My Serrapeptase Adventure.

Prescription: Suicide? The Documentary


Prescription: Suicide? is an unprecedented feature documentary built around intimately told personal stories of six American families, their hopes and experiences with anti-depressant drugs prescribed to their children. As the film unfolds, we meet a range of individuals — some shy, some outspoken. Many have experienced tragedies and their pain is undeniable, yet with strength, humour and resilience, they love, care, struggle and speak for those who are no longer with us.

The documentary takes an intimate look at the personal impact of anti-depressant drugs on children and teenagers.

The filmmakers have weaved together six distinct stories of real people and real experiences. They have captured a sense of the arguments in an ongoing controversy that affects millions of Americans in a documentary that ultimately asks the question if these so-called revolutionary medications can be used safely.

This isn’t a story about money or big pharmaceutical corporations, it’s a story about tragedies in individual families like you and me and our kids.

Robert Manciero

Some people call them “miracle” drugs. But can they be safely administered? Can physicians — can the drug manufacturers themselves — adequately understand the risks these newly developed drugs pose to their patients? This program lets families directly impacted take centre stage. They are sharing their stories, speaking from their hearts. Through their experiences an understanding is being gained that is essential, even critical, when making a decision about the use of these medications.

Prescription: Suicide? is a passionate, often disturbing look into the lives of six families, and was produced and directed by Robert Manciero and Rich Samuels with David Garland as co-producers.

The Families

Reluctant at first but wanting to share their personal tragedies so that others could hopefully be spared similar experiences, these six families courageously put aside their personal considerations and allow the audience to take an intimate look at the personal impact of anti-depressant drugs on their children.

Ultimately they realised that they were given false and insufficient information along with improper diagnoses that turned their worlds upside down and changed their lives forever. Only through their personal perseverance were they able to find out what really happened to their children, uncover the information that was withheld and begin rebuilding faith in their own lives.

The DVD is available at the producers website.

Thanks to Gwen Olsen: The RX Reformer, for alerting me to this heart-rending and thought provoking film.

Gwen Olsen: There Is No Such Thing As A Safe Drug


ConfessionsOfAnRXDrugPusherFormer pharmaceutical representative, Gwen Olsen, explains her personal determination to expose the truth about the pharmaceutical industry, including the seemingly inexorable rise of novel psychiatric disorders and the plethora of prescription medications to accompany them.

Gwen Olsen is the author of, Confessions Of An RX Drug Pusher, and her willingness to fight for the protection of people, and particularly of children, is known and respected around the world. In this video, Gwen states that:

There is no such thing as a safe drug.

Gwen Olson

Thanks to Gwen Olsen: The RX Reformer.

The Marketing Of Madness: Drug Marketing At The Expense Of Health


TheMarketingOfMadnessThe Marketing of Madness is the definitive documentary on the psychiatric drugging industry. Here is the real story of the high-income partnership between psychiatry and drug companies that has created an $80 billion psychotropic drug profit centre.

Nevertheless, appearances are deceiving. How valid are psychiatrists’ diagnoses – and how safe are their drugs? Digging deep beneath the corporate veneer, this three-part documentary exposes the truth behind the slick marketing schemes and scientific deceit that conceal dangerous and often deadly sales campaigns.

In this film you’ll discover that:

  • Many of the drugs side effects may actually make your ‘mental illness’ worse
  • Psychiatric drugs can induce aggression or depression
  • Some psychotropic drugs prescribed to children are more addictive than cocaine
  • Psychiatric diagnoses appears to be based on dubious science. Of the 297 mental disorders contained with the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, none can be objectively measured by pathological tests. Mental illness symptoms within this manual are arbitrarily assigned by a subjective voting system in a psychiatric panel
  • It is estimated that 100 million people globally use psychotropic drugs

The Marketing of Madness exposes the real insanity in our psychiatric ‘health care’ system: profit-driven drug marketing at the expense of human rights.

This film plunges into an industry corrupted by corporate greed and delivers a shocking warning from courageous experts who value public health over the dollar.

The Marketing of Madness Features Gwen Olsen: The RX Reformer, author of Confessions Of An Rx Drug Pusher, in which she discusses some of the tactics used by some pharmaceutical sales representatives to get doctors to prescribe their drugs.

The DVD is available at Food Matters.

Gwen Olsen: The Myth Of The Pharmaceutical Industry


Gwen Olsen spent fifteen years as a pharmaceutical sales rep. She enjoyed a successful, fast-paced career until several consciousness-altering experiences began awakening her to the dangers lurking in every American medicine cabinet. Her most poignant lessons, however, came as both victim and survivor of life-threatening adverse drug reactions.

Adverse effects from prescription drugs have become the third-leading killer of Americans. Only heart disease and cancer claim more lives. Olsen believes that it is time to dispel the myth that the pharmaceutical industry is in the business of health and healing.

In fact, what the pharmaceutical industry is in the business of doing is disease maintenance and symptoms management …[to] encourage people to remain customers of the pharmaceutical industry.

Gwen Olsen

Gwen Olsen: The RX Reformer.

My own experience, as a survivor of a ‘toxic cocktail’ of prescription medication, is more than enough to convince me of Olsen’s argument. For more information, see: The Relief Of A Prescription-Free Life.

Every one of us will need help at some time in life, so it is reasonable to ask for, and accept it; the crucial thing is to do so with our thinking clear. Be ware of any system: government, commercial or voluntary, which claims to offer support. The first priority of any system is to sustain itself, so the primary focus of the system is to support people who are maintained and controlled within it.

Mike Tawse