MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Holistic Treatments

Last Modified on Aug 08, 2014

Treatment of multiple sclerosis typically constitutes a multifaceted approach involving dietary changes, supplements and lifestyle therapies. While the condition is considered to have no cure, natural options such as these offer relief from the symptoms and underlying issues associated with multiple sclerosis. Eliminating certain foods, adding daily supplements and participating in special therapies effectively treats multiple sclerosis.

What is Multiple Sclerosis?

A disease of the immune system, multiple sclerosis (MS) is defined as a condition in which the immune system eats away the protective sheath covering the nerves. This process interrupts the communication between the brain, spinal cord and other regions of the body and may eventually progress to deterioration of the nerves.

Symptoms of MS include numbness, weakness, vision loss, pain, tremors, fatigue and dizziness. The cause of the condition is unknown.

Natural Treatment for MS

Treating MS requires a balanced approach that includes a variety of different treatment strategies. Acupuncture and other therapies treat the condition as does eliminating dietary irritants such as artificial sweeteners and glutens. Additionally, certain supplements including calcium, magnesium and potassium facilitate treatment of the condition.

Calcium

Calcium in its various forms supports the body in a variety of ways. One important function calcium plays is comprising part of the cell membrane structure. When taken as a supplement, calcium strengthens the cell walls, combats deterioration and aids in the transmission of nerve signals.

Magnesium

Magnesium plays a role in the myelin coating. Individuals with MS have been shown to have faulty levels of magnesium which leads to further nerve breakdown. Taken as a supplement to the diet, magnesium supports and strengthens the myelin coating and effective nerve function.

Potassium

An imbalance of potassium in the body may contribute to inefficient muscle function associated with MS. When taken as a daily supplement, potassium in the body equalizes and aids in proper function of the muscles and the musculoskeletal system.

Multiple sclerosis or MS is an often debilitating disease that involves the deterioration of nerve function. A myriad of treatments are effective and promote more adequate functioning including dietary changes, therapy, and daily supplements in particular.

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Acupuncture   1  0   

Posted by Joy (Sydney, Australia) on 07/17/2008

[YEA]  Try acupuncture, the traditional type, for the control of MS. I was diagnosed 5 years ago with rapid progressive, turns out I was actually allergic to the medication. The first initial onset wiped me out!!! Mobility, sight, speech, dribbling, bowels, bladder, the lot! Luckily I found out that acupuncture can work for some with MS. I have come from paralyzed to completely to mobile, (with a slight limp now), I'm raising my 6 year old alone, finishing a Science degree, and have never had another flare-up since. My neurologist sent me last year for another MRI because he can't work out why I am progressively getting better not worse considering my initial attack. He was wondering if I had been misdiagnosed. HA! Acupuncture works for me plus the Swank diet. no problems. Don't believe all the pharmacutical brainwashing rhetoric that you are fed, there are lots of different ways through this one! Peace

Posted by Joyce
Joelton, Tn
07/19/2008
120 Posts
Hello Joy, Glad to read your success story of recovery from MS with acupuncture. If you don't know it already, just wanted to alert you that sodium fluoride (as found in public water supply, toothpaste, antidepressants, etc) has been implicated in MS. I also remember reading about someone who claimed to have been cured of her MS by eliminating all bleached flour from her foods.
Posted by Amy
Houston, TX
01/04/2009
My husband was diagnosed with MS in August 2003, just days before his 31 birthday. He is currently having increasing bladder problems and is considering acupuncture as a treatment option. How do you go about finding a reputable acupuncturist? He is currently taking medication for MS, bladder spasms and fatigue as well as self-cathing approx 4-5 times a day. Along with the bladder dysfunctions he is experiencing erectile dysfunctions as well. The medications given by his urologist do not work. He is becoming very frustrated with the constant bladder problems and is looking for other options.
Posted by Ruth
Atlanta, GA
01/04/2009
Response to Amy: Ask your friends and colleagues for acupuncture referrals.They will usually send you to a good one. At least that's my experience. However, do make sure you see the one that they recommend! I made a mistake last year when I went to the partner of a acupuncturist who had been recommended by a good friend. The woman, a traditional chinese acupuncturist from China, was booked a month in advance but I was able to get in and see her partner, (her husband as it turns out) right away. He was also a professor of medicine at a nearby university, so I thought he must be good. He turned out to be a peeping tom, lifting up my underwear on 2 different sessions to quickly peep underneath. The first time I thought it was a fluke, the second time I knew for sure I had a creep on my hands and never went back. My own fault, I should have listened to my intuition when I made the call to just wait for her to be available!
Posted by Monica
Tracy, Ca
02/28/2013
Hi Joy! In 2006, when my twins were 5 months old, I was diagnosed with RRMS. It was devastating to me and my family. I could not walk, talk, vision was getting bad. I have been injecting myself with copaxone since that time. My memory is horrible and sometimes I have tremors... I have been using baking soda/molasses as a tea for a while. I have not taken long enough to see if it really works yet. I want to be healed before obamacare is implemented in January 2014. Thank you for your story.

I have made an appointment with an acupuncturist in my city for hopefully next week.

Posted by Nmax
Mn
11/21/2013
I've read recently that many cases of M.S. would be cured with Vitamin D supplementation... that they are deficient... In fact doctor said many of us have a Vitamin D deficiency... another important one is Vit B-12 this can cause neurological symptoms... some peoples bodies just don't process it so you need a sublingual (melt under your tongue brand)... I'm taking 2000 mcg daily to get back on track... I felt like I was getting a neurological disease and I found out (thru my fingernails - if you are lacking white moons on your fingernails you may have B-12 def or hypothyroidism... Here are symptoms:

http://www.rightdiagnosis.com/v/vitamin_b12_deficiency/symptoms.htm#symptom_list

Spread the word...

Alkaline Diet   0  0   

Posted by Dwan (Atlanta, Ga) on 11/21/2011

Hi! Dwan here, in Atlanta, GA who has MS and is now eating mostly alkaline rather than acidic foods - and drinking water with baking soda mixed in.

For those times I decide to eat out eat a restaurant in Atlanta, I want to eat at a restaurant that serves alkaline food.

Is there a directory online that lists restaurants that serve alkaline meals - especially in Atlanta?

Thanks,

Dwan

dwanpete3(at)yahoo.com

Posted by Karen
Clarkston
08/18/2013
Finding a healthy restaurant need not be a chore, whether at home or on the road. Try happycow.net

Books of Interest   0  0   

Posted by Len (Chicago) on 11/13/2006

There are many excellent self-help books available for people who have Multiple Sclerosis. They contain reliable information on the management of Multiple Sclerosis and do not hold out false hopes for people, but provide practical advice. There is also medical treatment available from scientists who have put their products through all the rigorous trials required for a drug to be deemed both safe and efficacious. Until the treatment described in his book goes through similar trials, I would not wish to use it.

We also have to remember the Mr. Delaney's claim of curing his MS is connected to the idea that he diagnosed himself with the disease, with only a moderate amount of medical background. He was never a Doctor of any sort. Good luck to those who are truly looking for a silver bullet. I hope a reliable one comes along soon!

Posted by Dudley
Virginia Beach, Va
12/14/2009
2 Posts
I am a retired registered nurse, massage therapist, and Doctor of Chiropractic. I wrote "The Edgar Cayce Way of Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis: Vibratory Medicine" to document my successful use of the Cayce material in putting my multiple sclerosis into remission.

As a healthcare professional, I diagnosed my condition based on the many signs and symptoms that were so typical of MS that, in my opinion, no other diagnosis was reasonably possible.

Edgar Cayce is widely regarded as the father of modern holistic medicine, and the various alternative treatments he recommended have helped countless thousands. Literally hundreds of books and articles have been written about his amazing insights into sickness and disease.

I do not claim to be "cured," nor does my book hold out hope of a "cure" to its readers. Rather, the Cayce approach to treating MS works for some and not for others, and if one discontinues the treatment, symptoms return. Also, it requires a great deal of patience and persistence, and involves working with diet, massage, and a very mild form of electrotherapy. It also demands that one keep a positive mental attitude and maintain a high spiritual ideal.

A small pilot study showed that it was of definite benefit to most of the MSers who could stick to it.

Because Cayce's MS treatment is so demanding, however, it has limited value as a practical solution to the MS dilemma.

My book can be read free of cost or obligation by visiting

http://www.webspawner.com/users/multscler2/index.html

Posted by Jacqueline
Athlone, Westmeath, Ireland.
06/12/2011
Len from Chicago, "There is also medical treatment available from scientists who have put their products through all the rigorous trials required for a drug to be deemed both safe and efficacious.

Considering the well documented and severe side effects from a lot of pharmaceuticals medicines and their tendency to treat only the symptoms and not the underlying causes. Which can lead to a long term dependency and usually damage to the liver. I think there can be no harm in giving these natural remedies (which have been used for hundreds, sometimes thousands of years without strong side effects) a try.

Calcium, Magnesium, Vitamin D, Potassium and Chromium   2  0   

Posted by Sue on 08/05/2006

[YEA]  Living with these neuro-muscular symptoms, esp. the shaking and 'pin & needles' sensations can be relieved with daily doses of Calcium, magnesium and vit. D, potassium and chromium. Most important of all is getting alot of SLEEP. Damaged nerve cells need extra time to repair at night. So forget what most people need, 8-10 hours or more are absolutely necessary to keep healthy and slow the progress of the disease.

If sleep is difficult, get some Kava Kava, and take that with your magnesium before bed. It really soothes the nerves.

One more important aspect is the detoxification process. Heavy metals, pesticides, herbicides and other chemicals are literally poisoning the body. These are neuro-toxins that can be flushed out gradually. For instance, lead which has been absorbed, will bind with the extra Calcium, instead of with the bones.

These are my daily routine and i have immediate results. In fact if i miss a dose i start getting the shakes again.

Most of the information came from the "Prescription for Nutritional Healing". No doctor ever gave me the help i needed when i was really in pain and i take no prescription medication. Hope you feel better too.

Posted by Wanda
Houston, Tx Harris County
11/25/2008
what are the amounts of each of these supplements are you suggested to take--how much are you taking???
Posted by Hope
Hannibal, Mo
11/29/2009
I am confused because I thought calcium was NOT to be taken at all -- because there is so much excess calcium in our systems from every direction. There is a hypothesis that excess calcium creates blockage by attaching to inflammation, and that blockages are causing back wash of blood into the brain, creating MS symptoms.
Posted by Patrice
Uniontown, Pa.
02/08/2011
[YEA]   For MS holistic treatments, I have found that taking B6 [which helps with PMS and mood for me] and Bcomplex vitamin helps with the muscle shaking tremors which I get alot on using weight bearing or squeezing an item with hands or legs. Also helps immensely with energy boosting. Also take 2000 iu of D3, calcium, magnesium.

Coconut Oil   0  0   

Posted by Joy (Solana Beach, CA) on 02/22/2009

Here is a link to an article about how coconut oil is helpful for Alzheimers...and it also mentions that it helps for MS: http://www.tampabay.com/news/aging/article879333.ece

Colostrum   2  0   

Posted by G. Michael (Reading, PA) on 12/05/2007

[YEA]  For Multiple Sclerosis I am writing a book on natural cures called "Christians, Health God's way"' The Lord directed me to a small booklet about bovine colostrum about a half year ago. In the book there were several testimonies about people suffering with M.S. Within about one month the one was completely cured and the other stated that 90% of her symptoms were gone. Also, I have a friend who told me about a friend of hers who had M.S. I told my friend to suggest that her friend take colostrum for her M.S. and also to stop using aspartame. About a month later her friend went from a wheelchair to back to a normal life. Praise The Lord. The reason why colostrum works with M.S. is that autoimmune diseases are started through what is called intestinal permeability. Colostrum heals this, thereby giving the body the opportunity to heal itself. Of course, its important to stop eating unhealthy foods in addition to doing the colostrum. Make sure when you purchase the solostrum that you purchase colostrum that is from no more than the first two milkings, because after these milkings the quality of the colostrum is too diluted to be very effective. The reason why you shouldn't use aspartame is because one of the side effects is that it "mimics"

Posted by Isabel G
San Antonio, Tx
04/14/2009
[YEA]   I suffered from season allergies, anyone who has them knows hos miserable it can make you feel...I actually started with ____, which is the same thing as colostrum but more technical and scientific, I ended up changing to colostrum because of the price...anyhow when cedar comes along all i need is my colostrum pill and the symptoms are almost none...while before i was taking oral medicine, eye allergy drops and still feel terrible and what to say about all the side effects from them . I really swear by this product, it would help anything that has to do with immune disorders..actually my dad is taking too due to skin cancer and it has actually help him keep the disease under control.
Posted by Chelsea
Wv
10/27/2013
Where would you buy it??

Copaxone   2  0   

Posted by Dallas (San Diego, California USA) on 03/29/2007

[YEA]  Reader Question from Saint Clair Shores' asked if they could try other therapies along wtih Copaxone treatment. As Ted said, "YES". Copaxone is a complex amino acid chain that simply acts as a decoy and gives your immune system something to work on instead of attacking the myelin cover on the nerves.

Shared Solutions which helps patients manage their Copaxone therapy says that there's no drug or vitamin interaction with Copaxone so it's safe to take other meds and supplements. Once on Copaxone, do everything in your power to remain on the Copaxone therapy. Yeah it's a hassle with the daily injection but it's a small needle and much easier to deal with than Avaonex or Beta Seron. Usually the only problem could be an injection site reaction. I know people that took Beta Seron years ago before Copaxone came along and they had flu like symptons after taking the injection.

Even if you're not on Copaxone, go to the SharedSolutions.com web site and look at the info. Then give them a call and get signed up with them and they'll send you more info and keep you on their mailing list. Copaxone isn't cheap and you likely need insurance to offset most of the cost and Shared Solutions can possibly help with finding financial help.

But definately yes, try other natural therapies and adding supplements to your daily routine. Just as MS affects each of us differently, one thing might work for you while it doesn't work for the rest of us. Unless you're lucky enough to have an amazing Neurologist then it's up to you to educate yourself, network with group and individuals and sometimes be your own doctor to see what helps you.

And like others said here, plenty of sleep and a REGULAR schedule really helps most people suffering from MS. And here I am writing this at 4am :-) I can attest to having a mixed up sleep schedule and how it works against you.

Even though Copaxone has worked well for me and a good friend that takes it, I'd be interested in trying the Honey Bee Venon supplement. I'd seen a video years ago about people with MS getting together and doing group Honey Bee Venom therapy through actual Bee stings. It looked painful but it sure worked for many of the people.

I rambled on here quite a bit because if mentioning a single item here can point someone down the path to finding relief from MS, then I've done a good deed for the day. Be your own doctor, be your own researcher, be proactive and hopefully you too can find help.

May God Bless each of you.

EC: See Reader Q&A section.

Posted by Barbara
Parkersburg, USA
01/26/2008
I read a comment regarding the copaxone injections. Granted not every solution is for every person however, I was taking the daily copaxone shots and suffered at least twice a month, sometimes more often, of all over body pain and could not do anything that was close to my normal activity level. My suggestions are that only you know your body. Listen to it. I do feel that a more natural path is the way one should follow if they are looking for relief. Remember God didn't intend for us to live unaturally. FDA approved medicines are not always the best way to go and Doctors get paid wether you listen or not.
Posted by Donna Taylor
Janesville Wisconsin
02/15/2014
9 Posts
[YEA]   I absolutely LOVE Copaxone. It was a gift finding out I had MS!!! For so long, no one could explain why I had all of these mystery symptoms. Dr's couldn't figure it out, so they told me my symptoms were a side effect of my being FAT! Since taking the Copaxone, my being fat no longer matters and my symptoms have improved 90% or better.

Dave Thomas Protocol   0  0   

Posted by Earth Clinic (Atlanta, Ga) on 08/08/2014

Hi everyone!

We just posted a video on YouTube of Dave talking about how he cured his wife of MS 18 years ago. Check it out here: http://youtu.be/CJTRiSFcVLY

Diet   1  0   

Posted by Cheryl (Brisbane, Qld, Australia) on 11/02/2012

[YEA]  I have MS, and have been following Swanks MS Diet for the past 2 years - I have no symptoms of MS (other than brain fog - but that could just be me! ). His diet is all about reducing saturated fat intake. Dr Roy Swank did over 50 years of research on MS. There was a 20 year study completed on this with MS patients which shows remarkable results. And all it takes is changing the food you eat. Please have a look at the following 2 websites - http://www.swankmsdiet.org/ and Dr George Jelinek's site - http://www.overcomingmultiplesclerosis.org/ . These 2 websites have great forums which show that the diet can slow/reverse symptoms of this disease. Both these doctors also have books that are my bibles. Take care and please look into Swanks MS Diet.

Posted by Jevon
Washington, Dc
06/17/2013
I myself have not participated in this diet, nor do I have Multiple Scelerosis. But, I am the main caregiver for my mother who does have MS, and will soon start implementing my findings.

I came across this video recently that I thought was phenomenal that addresses how effective diet is to curing this "uncureable" disease. It's a video from a physician, Dr. Terry Wahls, who herself suffered from a serious case of MS, and now she's back to her healthy self. All she did was change her diet.

Go check it out: http://youtu.be/KLjgBLwH3Wc

This guy is also a former sufferer of MS, and he went on a fast to cure his ailment. His video can be seen here:

http://youtu.be/vCyCRIJ5Hw8

Please let me know if anyone else has tried this stuff, so I can help my mom get back to the women she deserves to be.

Posted by Debbie (Melbourne, Australia ) on 12/23/2011

I read this article yesterday from Dr Mercola on a Doctor who cured MS with a paleo diet and some supplements so thought I would pass it along.

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/12/23/overcoming-multiple-sclerosis-through-diet.aspx?e_cid=20111223_DNL_art_1

Eliminate Artificial Sweeteners, Ldn   0  0   

Posted by Chip (Playa Hermosa, Guanecaste, Costa Rica) on 03/18/2013

[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]  Hello, I have Primary Progressive MS, and unlike most people I know what started it. I used to drink Aspartame sweetened diet soda. In 2004 I started to have significant neurological symptoms, numbness, severe word sluring, loss of muscle control and hot flashes in my left arm. I saw at least a dozen doctors and spent 4 days in the hospital, no one could figure it out. Then in May I went to a Chiropractor and he convinced me to give up Diet Coke, which I was drinking about a 6 pack a day. Immedieatly the symptoms started disappearing and within 2 weeks they were completly gone, except my right thumb and 2 adjacent fingers had some numbness, they felt like anything I touched was through cloth. A follwup MRI showed that I had lots of damage to my brain, and much of my cerebellum was gone (the nerves that control the fingers are in there). I continued to push for a real cause and in December I was diagnosed with MS by a doctor of neurology who was also a professor of Neurology at the University of Miami.

She said I had R&R MS, and I disagreed because I said that I never had a relapse or remission. In any case I did not take anything and seemed to be fine except for the numbness in my fingers. Then 5 years later I started to experience weakness in my right leg, which I attributed to Planta Fascitus which I had in my right foot. I went to a podiatrist and he fixed the foot, and I then went to a physical theripist to strengthen it, she said that the problem was neurological. I than went back to a neurogist and he proclaimed I had MS. Over the next 3 years I steadily declined, never having a relapse or a remission. I saw 3 more neurologists and they all said I had MS.

I tried the Wahles Diet, lots of supplements, the Swank Diet, and acupuncture, all to no avail. Then last week I got a prescription for Low Dose Naltrexon (LDN). I initially got my Doctor to write it for 4.5 mg, but the pharmacist at Skip's Pharmacy in Boca Raton told me to start with 1.5 mg, then after 30days up it to 3 then after 30 more days go to 4.5mg.

Although it has only been a few days already I do not get fatigued by midmorning and my right leg does not cramp up or shake a lot in the morning, like it was. My disease progresses slowly, but I am hopeful that it will now stablize.

I have now retired to Costa Rica, where I got a Doctor to write the prescription for LDN. Since I go back to Florida to visit frequently I hope to be able to keep up the LDN.

Posted by Rsw
Uniontown, Oh
03/18/2013
435 Posts
I'm glad to hear you are doing well on LDN. It should stop the progression of your disease. Please be aware that if the LDN is stopped for more than a couple of days, you can get the MS symptoms back again. You need it to moderate your immune system and keep the MS in check. By the way, I believe Skip's ships all over the world and prescriptions can be faxed to them. He has been a true leader in the LDN arena, and has donated many hours and work for it's use to help those with autoimmune diseases. I have no financial interest or affiliation with this pharmacy. Best wishes!

General Feedback   0  0   

Posted by Mathura Bhatta (Khatima, Uttarakhand, INDIA) on 07/21/2009

I need of brochure and or other educational material on myelopathy and M.S. for a person in a remote village in India who does not have internet access. I will appreciate if you could put his name on your mailing list and send any info to him at:

[Information Removed]

Thanks!

EC: Dear Mathura Bhatta: You will likely get the best information on these subjects by searching on sites like wikipedia.com and medscape.com and then printing out this material for your friend!

Honey Bee Venom   2  0   

Posted by Craig (Goodells, MI) on 01/12/2007

[YEA]  I have had MS for 10 years now. I take the beta seron shot every other day. Well I had a attack a few years back and the steroids did not help. Scared ....I decided to try from the vitamin store a jar honey that contains bee venom. It worked wonders for me i was completely healed within a week. I currently use 2 brands whichever is available at the time of my attack. 1. Actiflex Plus by Comvita....this one is harder to find www.comvita.com 2. Nectar Ease Distributed by henneybee thareapy 1-866-289-9233. I really believe they worked for me!

Posted by Pk
Avon Lake, Oh
12/07/2011
[YEA]   I have had success using Bee Venom Therapy for various ailments including: herniated disk, muscle strains in the lower back and shoulders, and it removed a wart that I had for over 5 years on my foot. I have witnessed many MS patients make drastic improvements with Bee Venom Therapy to the point that they got off of the drugs that only made them feel worse.

Many people use BVT for arthritis, carpal tunnel, low back issues, etc... (even Cancer).

Mother Nature has provided the solutions for our health issues.

Hydrogen Peroxide   3  0   

Posted by Orshi (Exeter, Devon, England) on 01/21/2012

Hi all! I was diagnosed with MS 14 months ago, I had a rubbish year, needed steroid every 3-4 month, havent been able to work as I constatly have problem with fatigue, pins and needles and pretty bad numbness in my feet, bladder dysfunction, constipation, weakness and balance trouble, difficulty with walking, blurry sight with one eye and lots of other symptoms.

Steroid works but every time I get some, by the time I start to get back to normal, the problems slowly come back and I'm going down within two month again. It's very depressing. Now, I'm trying to be positive but right now I can't even walk again for ten minutes without sitting down for a rest. When I was diagnosed I was also told that I have EBV and they couldn't really tell 100% that my symptoms are caused by ms or EBV but most likely ms I guess.

I have been reading about Hydrogen Peroxide therapy for about two weeks and it gave me so much hope that I decided to try it. I am on 14 drops today now, climbing up to 25 and then do the whole protocol as it's in the books... I was wondering if anyone with the same problems has tried HP therapy? Please would you share your experiences with me, and maybe give me a little hope that I will get better one day. I am only 30 but I feel like my life stopped a year ago:-( I know I can't expect anything in a couple of weeks but I believe in this now so much that I tell myself every single day that this stuff will help me and I'm willing to do, even be patient for six months for results as long as I can walk, and after if I get better I am going to drink or inhale hp for the rest of my life.

Please give some good news here dear everyone or Ted! This site is great by the way!

I wish you all good health, and I'm looking forward to some answers. Also here's my email if anyone would share their experience with hp therapy in private orsika(at)hotmail.co.uk

Thank you!

Posted by Rsw
Uniontown, Oh
01/21/2012
435 Posts
I have some good news for you. Please look at this website, www.ldninfo.org. LDN is an inexpensive, FDA approved drug, which when taken in a very small dose can help with many autoimmune diseases, and is usually very effective in stopping progression of MS. Additionally, please join the Yahoo LDN group that has over 10,000 members, at least half of whom have MS. They will help you very willingly and with much understanding and experience. You are not alone and help is as close as your computer. Best wishes!
Posted by Bess
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
01/22/2012
Hi Orshi - I don't know about hydrogen peroxide for MS, but you may find the following TED video very interesting.

TEDxIowaCity - Dr. Terry Wahls - Minding Your Mitochondria

Dr. Terry Wahls learned how to properly fuel her body. Using the lessons she learned at the subcellular level, she used diet to cure her MS and get out of her wheelchair.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLjgBLwH3Wc

Hope there is some valuable information in it for you. Take care, Bess

Posted by Orshi
Exeter, Devon, England
01/22/2012
2 Posts
Thank you very much for your help and all the best!

Orshi

Posted by Laura
Denver, Co
02/01/2012
3 Posts
Hi Orshi, I have MS too, I have found oxygen therapy helpful. Hydrogen peroxide, and also Homozon. I did CCSVI treatment several times but while there were benefits they only last 6 months for me. I had it again and veins were open but symptoms came back. After lots of supplements, and continued progression, I tried stem cell therapy which stopped the progression and with exercise seems to be helping me get better. Went from wheelchair to walker outside the house. It's been 2 months.

Laura laura.laurapino[at]gmail[dot]com

Posted by Oscar
Syracuse, New York, Usa
02/01/2012
This is exciting news to me: stem cell therapy. Is it available in the USA at this time ? ...Oscar
Posted by Laura
Denver, Co, Usa
03/03/2012
3 Posts
Hi Oscar, Yes, I know of one place in the US http://www.stem-cell-rejuvenation.com/ the rest are out of the country. I went to Mexico.
Posted by Pete
Vancouver, B.c.
03/07/2014
Hi,

Just found this site and have been reading all the interesting posts.

My yoga instructor was telling us about Hydrogen Peroxide food grade and how it might be beneficial for people with MS, which I have had for 6/7 years now. Not sure if I can get LDN in Canada but will look into it.

Orshi, if you are still looking at this post every now and then, just wondering how you made out and if you have tried the LDN ??

I am 50 and also have extreme numbness in both legs/feet as well as bladder/bowel/eye problems as well as others.

Anyone in Canada purchasing the LDN? Thanks for any info. Best to everyone, Pete

Posted by Dave
Fountain Inn, Sc
03/08/2014
472 Posts
Pete, re your MS;

Also look into a substance that Dr Robert Adkins used as his number one go to for his MS patients that he would give to them in IV form, although the oral consumption I have seen is amazingly effective for the symptoms you describe; "Calcium AEP" and the "calcium" part is not the issue...it is the AEP part that is the miracle. You can google "Nutrition Review Calcium AEP" and find an amazing article on the 20 different things AEP can do to help the human body, To deal with leg symptoms, especially when stressed, up to eight tablets of AEP are needed.

Also, I have found Colloidal Silver to be effective in killing viral infections. It is theorized that MS has as a trigger a virus.

Posted by Mark
Co
03/26/2014
[YEA]   I am taking hydrogen peroxide for my MS and find it very beneficial. :)

Posted by Rich (Niles, Trumbull) on 03/20/2008

[YEA]  I am trying HP added to distilled water to treat my wife who is disabled and unable walk. I am trying 35% hp in distilled water/6 drops per 6oz once per day. I would appreciate any recommendations. She seems to be more mentally alert and aware. Have been using for about a month and just recently increased from 3 to 6 drops.

Posted by Scott
Clute, Texas
02/09/2010
Increase the 35% food grade hydrogen perxoide from 6 drops once a day to 8 then 10; 12; 14; 18; 20 drops at least 3(three)times a day then level off at around 8 to 12 drops twice a day after a couple of weeks. This increase from once to three times a day will continue to over oxignate your body and keep any fungi or paracite dead or dormant since these parasites can't live in an over oxignated body.

I'm 69 years of age and live in Texas, USA.. Haven't found an ailment it won't cure if done daily.

Posted by Brian
Barrie, Ontario, Canada
02/09/2011
Scott from Texas is correct. H202 Hydrogen peroxide food grade is only oxygen, increased intake is absolutely harmless. (withing reason) I have done up to 15 drops at once 3 times a day ( always diluted in water). It also cleans out the bad bacteria in your digestive tract, which most practitioners agree is 80% of your immune system.


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