Natural Treatment for Epilepsy

Last Modified on Dec 01, 2014

Vagus Nerve Stimulation (Vns)   0  1   

Posted by Ola (Gdynia, Poland) on 09/22/2010

[NAY]  Hello, my name is Ola and I'm 26. I have epilepsy for 6 years. Nobody could help my, becouse medicines don't help me. (on average 5 times a month I had epileptic seizure -not hard only - unconscious). My doctor suggested my VNS THERAPY. I didn't know what to do, I affraid. He didn't tell me about side effect. But I decide that to go on operation. After this operation I felt horrible. I couldn't speak for 0, 5 year. And I don't see an effect. Noone in my country could help my. I feel terrible pain when the stimulus is on. Maby it is badly implant? Epileptic seizure are the same or worse. It could't be adjust becouse I feel horrible pain. Now I don't know what to do. What should I do? could somebody help my?

Replied by Tom
Regina, Sk

Since you had NOT had epilepsy all your life up to age 20, why did the doctors not then suspect an external cause such as a parasite, toxin, heavy metal exposure, etc.?

The toxin could be anything, from solvents or cleaners used around the home, to mold neurotoxins released from moldy carpets or a wet wall in or near the bathroom, etc. This stinks of gross incompetence. Please try to remember where and when you were up to several months before your first attack! Your home, workplace, diet, any pets (they unfortunately bring in all manner of parasites). Did you try basic and extremely important things first like ensuring it wasn't aspartame, or a bad diet?

Parasites cause electrolyte imbalances AND release strong neurotoxins, both of which can generate attacks.

Did you first try Ted's basics like taking extra magnesium, at the link to Epilepsy on this site here?:

Please see the table of contents here, where P. 230 says "SEIZURES".

You can read this item for free, no signup or fee or registering or anything. Look to where it says "230" at the page bottom, NOT from entering "230" in the page box above the window! Here's what it says:

Seizures are always caused by tiny Ascaris larvae in the brain. I suppose they find their way to the seizure center by accident. It is not normal for them to be in the brain, they typically travel between the stomach and lungs. Ascaris eggs are present everywhere in animal filth. Dogs, cats, horses and pigs all get Ascaris. Their excrement dries and flies about in the dust, but mostly it resides in the soil. Children playing in the dirt cannot help but pick up Ascaris eggs. The eggs hatch in the stomach
and the tiny larvae, microscopic in size, travel first to the lungs. Here they go through a molt. This causes some coughing. Whenever a child coughs for part of the day do not assume it is harmless. Use a frequency generator set to 408 KHz, or use a zapper. Children should be treated for Ascaris anyway, whether coughing or not, once a week. The tiny larvae are in the cough up. (Ascaris is a parasitic nematode worm that lives in the small intestine, but it goes through all its life stages in the body. )

But obviously you must get a further professional opinion there. Do they have naturopaths, homeopaths, alternative health practitioners there, one who can look into this part?

Meanwhile, as you say if that device is doing nothing, why not get them to pull the battery or remove it entirely?

Replied by Rachael
Naples, Fl
"Seizures are always caused by tiny Ascaris larvae in the brain."

This is a theory by a few doctors that has not be proven by any wide scale research. It is dangerous to make statements of "Fact" which have not been researched.

Replied by Vickthechick
San Francisco, Ca, Usa
As any scientist will tell you it is important to have an open mind. What is "unproven" one year can become "commonly accepted truth" the next. For example, recently it has FINALLY been realized and accepted by the medical community that Vitamin D is necessary in much greater amounts then previously realized.

Now as for this statement that seizures are caused by a parasite found in animal feces, this has possible truths in my case at least. I have a very old dog I have been taking care of who unfortunately poops in her bedding and I have to shake it out all the time and wash it. I commonly have a very small cough too. I suppose it IS possible for there to be more than one reason for seizures and to have a cure listed here work for more than one reason! I would definitely try the epsom-salt-before-bedtime (1/2 teaspoon in orange juice) or 1/2 tsp baking soda in 2 tbls. Lemon juice before bedtime. I am getting good sleep like never before with the lemon juice and baking soda and no seizure so far but am not sure about combining the two in one night (that's a lot of sodium! ) It is necessarily a trial and error thing to try folk remedies you must be patient and very careful too.

Replied by Peggy
To, On
I am happy for you no seizures, how do you do lately? My daughter has seizure when was 7, now 15, I really want to try.

Zinc   0  0   

Posted by Suzanne (Abbotsford, Bc) on 08/07/2011

[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]  I know someone who has had epilepsy since he was a young teen and has been on phenobarbitol for years. Most of the time it was controlled, but occasionally he would have a grand mal seizure and more often, petit mal seizures, particularly in the morning. However, my sister-in-law told me that in Africa where they lived for a number of years, there were many cases of epilepsy in an area that was zinc-deficient, so I suggested he start taking zinc. Since taking 25 mg of zinc (1/2 a tablet) every night, he hasn't had any trouble, except once when he was taking another brand of zinc. I don't know if I can mention the store, but the good brand was from SuperStore and the other was from an online vitamin place.


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