Natural Remedies for Alzheimer's and Dementia: Q&A

Last Modified on Dec 23, 2011

IS ALZHEIMER'S CURE POSSIBLE?

12/23/2011: Anonymous from Libya: My Grandmother has Alzheimer's for 5 years now, the doctors gave her 2 years of life. It's very sad, however I read somewhere on EC comments that it has to do with Metals accumulating in the brain (the battery affect) as I like to call it. pls comment on Alzheimer, is it curable? Should I try remedies on my Grandmother. I will appreciate all your true/honest comments.

Did you oversee/help any Alzheimer patients to get cured completely and get their memory back? Is it really feasible?

01/13/2012: Ted from Bangkok, Thailand replies: In answer to your questions, Alzheimer can be treated, but it needs more than just baking soda, they also need lysine, threonine, for example to stop the progression of Alzheimer's disease and to partially reverse it with at least hydergine and piracetam.

Getting memory back once the virus has eaten is not possible but some memory back from the increased circulation is better. Most Alzheimer's patients get memory lost from new memories, short term memory, and given the right remedies you see this improvement but most problem is actually not the treatment. It's getting the supplies. Baking soda will help, in getting rid of some zinc accumulation out of the brain and aluminum that's causing some of the problem. Virus in the brain is the main cause of most Alzheimer patients I seen and at least the lysine and threonine is the basic treatment.

Ted

ACV and Hydrogen Peroxide Feedback?

08/19/2006: Becky from Fresno, CA: You mentioned Alzheimer's in one of your comments, my mother has AD, with multiple problems, vomiting, no appetite, depression, anxiety, sleeplessness, I'm at my wits end with doctor after doctor, saying they basically have done all they can do with multiple medications.

Please, if anyone has had good, no, excellent experiences with ACV and Hydrogen Peroxide, treating AD and its horrible side effects, please tell me, along with any formulas, I will be eternally grateful. I tried giving her ACV in apple juice and honey, but she doesn't like it and she cries. I bought some ACV tablets from Wal-mart today, and I'll see if that does anything, I just started giving it to her today. Also, I have a tooth that the filling fell out and my tooth broke in half, so I've been rinsing my mouth with the 3% HP, so we'll see if it helps, I can't afford a dentist, no insurance. Thanks for any help or feedback you can offer. Becky

Ted from Bangkok, Thailand replies: Becky: Your mother seems to be super sensitive and hard to treat. The best way is to go gentle on her.

Vinegar tablets don't work since they don't generally have vinegar.

Try vitamin B complex (100 mg. variety, except for the biotin and B12) and some melatonin.

These two should help stop her indigestion problem, vomiting and sleeplessness. The melatonin (which helps sleep) will also chelate out some metals that is causing the alzheimer.

Once the digestion problem is restored then she should be able to stand the ACV better. If she doesn't like ACV at all then try some lemon juice, it is the next best thing, but not a perfect one. Lemon juice often helps with digestive problems. Of course malic acid or apple cider vinegar works the best, but this should be given much much later once her digestion works properly and vitamin B, especially the vitamin B5 should help.

Using a 3% solution H2O2 for tooth is a bit too strong, try half strength.

Disodium Edta Good for Alzheimers and Stroke Prevention?

D. from NY, NY: I have a question, should I give a little disodium EDTA to my mother for her Alzheimer disease and as a preventive medicine for hearth stroke or should I wait for an emergency?

12/01/2008: Ted from Bangkok, Thailand replies: ... Lead and mercury is relatively high in United States, as manufacturing standards try to produce any foods below 10 ppm, while safe levels is deemed to be below 2 ppm. So there is an 8 ppm dangers here that the mainstream authorities is overlooking. Further food processing with added heavy metals doesn't count, so it may well be over 10 ppm of lead and perhaps much higher mercury then they actually anticipated. What is most interesting is common metal toxicity at least from my water faucet is that most faucet systems are brass, (especially the inside) which is bad news while the exterior of the faucet is a nice chrome look. It's bad news because they are the major source of copper and zinc, which causes alzheimer and not just the aluminum.

Therefore an alzheimer condition, at least in the research world, pretty much agrees the excessive existence of free metal zinc (and perhaps copper) that is shorting out the system. Just imagine a rod of copper, and a rod of zinc in an electrolyte solution and the electrical flows between them shorts out the neural system, and your brain. It works like an anode and a cathode battery.

The reason why amyloid beta is in the excess, because the amyloid beta is what drives out the excessive metal. Therefore, it helps to take some disodium EDTA, but should be buffered by adding baking soda too.

Thefore to remove excess zinc, it is not just the disodium EDTA, to remove heavy metals, but all faucets should be replaced with ceramic faucets, or at least a plastic kind. And this is not from theory, I have had exposures myself from my own faucets that doesn't just kill off the nerves in the brain, it may disturb the optic nerves and auditory nerves, leading to vision problems and hearing problems. Carnosine is one that directly helps remove metals zinc and perhaps some other copper too, and hence, 500 mg of carnosine taken two times a day or three times a day may help. MSM may further help the condition.

06/08/2009: Denise from Penn VAlley, CA replies: Ted, I have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and also have a family history of early onset Alzheimers. (Two older sisters diagnosed in their late 50's. I am 56!!!) My question is: can I use boron for fibro. and L-carnosine, sodium EDTA and Turmeric for Alzheimers together!
Denise


 

 

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