If you are desperate for something that works for depression try this.
I have been using a glass of warm, non-homgenized milk with some honey (or just plain milk) every night for a few days and it seems to be working great!.. also add bananas to your diet every day.
I'm not sure the method of working but it seems that it provides the 'right' kind of nutrition to help your immune system to fight off what ever 'microbe' (be it virus, bacteria, fungus, parasites or a combination of them) that your immune system is constantly fighting causing the 'inflammation' within your brain (encephalitis) or right outside your brain (meningitis)
If you add lots of sun light especially making sure your upper neck and spine are exposed, it is helping a lot (supporting all the research out there that sun light, both the visible and the invisible ranges, help kill any kind of bug!)
For more info, look at the following links and pay attention to especially the 'symptoms' listed under these conditions and compare it with yours.
Also if any one has the time to do the following PS. try this 6-8 week therapy and post the results for others. The therapy is actually for TB (a bacterial infection) just like pneumonia,but I have good reasons to believe that depression is a actually a result of severe inflammation of the brain due to a our immune system fighting off intruder(s) in the brain.Thank you. -Ajay
Treatment using Milk Diet
The chief therapeutic agent needed for the treatment of tuberculosis is calcium. Milk is the richest food source for the supply of organic calcium to the body and should be taken liberally. In fact an exclusive milk diet is considered highly valuable in tuberculosis. However, a preparatory fast for three days, consisting of raw juices, preferably, orange juice, is essential before the milk diet is begun. The procedure is to take half a glass of orange juice diluted with an equal quantity of water every two hours from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. For the full milk diet, the patient should have a glass of milk every two hours from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on the first day, followed by a glass and a half every hour on the second day. Thereafter, the quantity can be gradually increased until the patient takes a glass every half an hour. Usually, six litres of milk should be taken every day. In the case of women, five litres should be sufficient. Raw milk, that is, milk, which has not been pasteurised, produces the best results, provided it is clean and pure. Milk should be kept cool and away from dust, flies, odours, and sunlight. It should be gently stirred before use to ensure an even distribution of cream. It should be sipped very slowly so as to be thoroughly mixed with saliva which dilutes it and, to a great extent, promotes its digestion. Nearly eight to six weeks of a full milk diet is necessary for the success of the treatment. A considerable amount of rest is necessary with a milk diet and the patient should lie down for about two hours twice a day