Neurofibromatosis Remedies

Last Modified on Aug 29, 2014

Treatment of neurofibromatosis often varies; however, natural supplements and dietary changes are often the most effective, safest treatments available. Avoiding inflammatory and toxin-laden foods including milk, meat, caffeine and sugar is crucial for successfully treating the condition. Additionally, supplements including aloe vera and others help remove toxins from the body and eliminate tumors effectively.

What is Neurofibromatosis?

A genetic disorder, neurofibromatosis is a condition that targets the nervous system. Characterized by dark skin patches and tumors on the nerves, the condition ranges in severity. While the exact symptoms of the condition depend on the type, common symptoms include skin changes, bone deformities, hearing loss, ringing in the ears, poor balance and intense pain.

Natural Remedies for Tumors in the Nervous System

Treating tumors of the nervous system can be achieved by raising the alkalinity of the body as well as removing toxins. Natural supplements are effective treatment options and include such compounds as bee propolis, aloe vera and other supplements. Boosting the immune system by eating a balanced diet and staying active is another important component of a treatment regimen for neurofibromatosis.

Bee Propolis

Bee propolis is a natural compound crated by bees that has been found effective in treating neurofibromatosis. The compound contains a variety of anti-carcinogenic compounds that block and reverse the development of tumors. The compound is also rich in nutrients that boost the body’s immune system.

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera is another natural compound that is found within the aloe plant. The gel from within the aloe leaves is rich with immune boosting nutrients. Additionally, aloe attacks abnormal cells eliminating them from the body while leaving healthy cells intact.


Regular dietary supplements are also effective for treating tumors. Vitamin C, E and B help reduce the size of and eliminate tumors. Colloidal silver is another anti-toxin compound that can treat tumors.

Neurofibromatosis is a genetic disorder that affects the nervous system and typically manifests as growths on the nerve cells. Natural treatments used consistently can eliminate tumors as well as the other symptoms of the condition and prevent the need for more invasive treatments.

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Posted by Susan (Liv, Ca) on 07/08/2013

[YEA]  So I have long history NF2 with this my mom, her dad, my brother, and now my two boys. So I HAVE AMAZING News please read this. All tumors are created from a over-acidic body. Raise the alkaline. My two boys have been diagnosed with brain tumors and they my oldest has tumors on the outside as well. I heard about drinking Aloe Vera barbadensia using the whole leaf, honey, and whisky. My friend's grandfather had prostate cancer and used this for three months and he was healed. So my kids have been drinking it and one shrunk already all gone and the others are shrinking. It is a true Miracle. I can't believe that this is working. I look up the aloe and it is 8.6 PH which is what you want to have to fight off this demon. I want to help everyone and anyone from this. I bought a book Aloe isn't medicine and yet it cures! For 20 dollars it tells you how to prepare it and what kind of reactions you will have while these toxins come out of your body its so amazing. Their body broke out in boils for 24 hours then they went away. They never felt sick just tired. I believe it is the body repairing itself. It has been shown by so many scientists that this helps so many diseases including cancer and tumors. If you have a loved one and you want to help them do research help your self and save your own life. I seem my mom suffer my brother have surgery and gamma knite. This was not for my children. God Bless I hope you will do the research. Oh look up McDaniel H. Reg M.D. On youtube. He talks about this on his videos.

One more thing: No Milk, No Meat, No Caffeine and less sugar. More Greens.

Posted by Melinda
3 Posts
I am very glad you have been able to get rid of your two boys NF. I would want to know how long it took you to get rid of several tumours. We just give great thanks to the Lord. My friend has this NF disease. She has had several operations but they keep on growing back. Embarassingly, it has spread all over her body. She is at her wits end. She has cuts all over her body. For several years, she has to put up with very rude remarks from strangers. The doctor told her that it is incurable. But I believe with God, the is a solution to every problem in life. Please help her find a cure to this embarrassing illness. It is really disturbing her mental state. Although she is very beautiful, she has completely lost her self-esteem. I need your advice on Aleo Vera herbal plant combinations if any, forms, dosage and safety. Hope to hearing from you soon. Desperate Caring Friend.?Melinda
Posted by Ally
Ks, US
Hi, could you please let me know about your success with aloe vera?

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Posted by Michael (Sabinal, Texas) on 07/31/2009

my name is michael martinez and i have neurofibromatosis and i was searching for anything that might help with what i have and i read that bee propolis might help with the tumors -

Posted by Goughey
Queensland, Australia
[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]   My son as neurofibromatosis (NF1) and he has recently started taking bee propolis, we feel that since taking the product his immunity has been much better.
Posted by Sarah
Greenville, Il
Where do you get bee propolis?
Posted by Tonya
Greenville, Nc
My daughter also has NF1... I want to help her so bad, she is 9 years old. I wish there was a cure for this!

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Posted by Teresa (Omaha, Ne, United States) on 03/19/2013

I have Neurofibromatosis and from this I have brown spots all over my body and I am getting small tumors on my body. I have read all the information on your website about this and there is so much to remember What I want to know what would be the best thing to take to get rid of there tumors inside and outside of my body. Please help me. I have been looking for an answer. Teresa

Posted by Yvonne (Spring, Tx, Usa) on 06/09/2010

I am 51 years old and have had the odd freckling in my arm pits, back, shoulders, and torso since very early in my life. My parents took me to a USAF pedi dermatologist and later to a pediatrician. All I remember was being told I have cafe'ole' spots. No other doctor has ever expressed any concern until I went to a dermatologist recently about an unrelated matter. He has suggested that I have NF1. Other than the speckling on the surface of the skin I have no other markers or history, signs or symptoms. Should I be concerned?

Posted by Ncope
Harlingen, Tx
To Yvonne from TX. If you are 51 years old and do not have any signs except the speckling on the surface of the skin, I don't think you need to worry. Most people start developing tumors by the time they reach puberty and it progresses from there. If you had a bad case, by 51 you would likely be covered in tumors. My mom has it really bad and I don't remember her other than being covered in tumors.
Posted by Kyle P.
I also have NF1, im a 20 year old male. My condition has gotten worse since I was younger... Maybe cause I picked up a few nasty habbits like drinking and smoking. I work on my feet everyday and it takes a toll on my body. My flexibility is bad and I'm in pain a lot 24/7 meds don't always help.

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Posted by Cathie (New Mexico) on 09/18/2013

I have a couple of children who have nf (heridetary). How can I help them now at this young age (5 & 6)? Is there any cure for them? Thank you for your time. Cathie

Posted by Isuri
Try for the newzealand bee propolis (liquid). It includes CAPE so it help to block the growth of tumors. For more information follow these links.

Posted by Teresa Larsen (Omaha, Nebraska Usa) on 05/15/2013

I was wondering what is the best remedy to user for Neurofibromatosis? There are so many different remedies to use and I don't know what to do.

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Posted by Teresa (Omaha, Nebraska) on 12/23/2013

Please help me and tell me what would be the best natural treatment to get rid of tumors on skin and in the body from Neurofibromatosis. I have a big one on my arm and about 10 little ones.

Posted by Prioris
Fl, Usa
265 Posts
Here is a link for some ideas:

I'd look into enzyme therapy. Enzymes are supposed to dissolve tumors. One enzyme that has been used for last century for cancer for instance is pancreatin. The idea is that by taking them with food and empty stomach, this enables the more potent and preferred pancreatic enzyme that your body produces to do its work against tumors in your body and dissolve them. Just an idea.

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Posted by Ashish (Udaipur, Rajasthan, India) on 08/29/2014

Hello Sir,
I am suffering from Neurofibroma. I have small small tumors on my body except face. Please help me, if you have treatment. Contact me please.

Posted by Teresa (Omaha, NE) on 06/11/2014

Has anyone written in about their natural cure for Neurofibromatosis since Dec of 2013. I want to know how to get rid of tumors on skin.

Posted by Tania (Funchal, Madeira, Portugal) on 11/24/2012

Hello, I've been exploring your site and found it very interesting. I have a 12 week old daughter with several cafe au lait spots. She is suspected to have NF1. We are aware of the several possible consequences of the disease and would like to know what can we do to improve her immunitary system in order to minimize or even prevent some possible tumor growth, if it occurs.

She is currently being breastfed, and we would like to know if you recommend something to improve my immune system and therefore improve hers as long as she is breastfed.

Thank you in advance and hope to hear from you soon.

Best regards, Lisa

Posted by Jen
Northern California, Ca
Since NF is genetic or a spontaneous mutation and people are born with it, there isn't much you can do to "prevent" future problems. Although, I am a firm believer that nutrition plays a huge part in everything that goes on in our bodies.

Your daughter is only a few months old, the best thing you can do is get an excellent doctor who specializes in NF. I have NF, as a child I had the BEST Neuro Surgeon in the world (Dr. Michael Edwards in Ca.). If you can get him, you will love him.

Now, as an adult... With employee medical coverage, I'm lucky if I get annual tests (MRI scans. etc.) to see if all is well. I have most of my tumors inside my body... And quite a few on my skin. Thankfully, I'm not covered with them though. I've had many removed and will continue to do so as long as I trust the DR. It's hard going from the BEST Dr. to Drs. that don't care.

I've always heard that you either have problems with NF as a child or the problems start as an adult. I can't really tell the difference as the problems just seem different.

I'll pray that your daughter has the mild type of NF. The type that never gives her any problems.

Posted by Nida (Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh) on 07/10/2012

Hi, I have neurofibroma which was surgically removed. Now again, slight pain occured. I got diagnosed and its again there on d10-d12 spinal nerves. If it could be cured by medicine please let me know.

Posted by Saje (Shaftsbury, Vermont) on 06/23/2011

Hello- I have nf and so does my daughter-she is 4.. What can I do for her so that she does not devlop the growths like I have?? What can I do about mine?? Would like an update to the info from Ted- and appropriate amts. for daughter...THANKS!!

Posted by Wrvt
W Rutland, Vt
This comment is for 'Saje from Shaftsbury, Vermont'. I am also a Vermonter (West Rutland) with this condition. I was wondering where you go for treatment? I am trying to find a local doctor who knows about NF1 but none of my local doc's know anything. I currently go to Dartmouth-Hitchcock and see a childrens doctor that I found on the NF website (ctf. Org). I originally emailed that doctor looking for a doctor that works with adults. Instead he told me to see him. Any suggestions?
Posted by Lisa
Johannesburg, South Africa
I am also affected by this condition called neurofibromatosis and it has affected my life in a very negative way until I went to see Dr. Kam Singh at his private clinic on (17, Allendale Road Leicester, England 0116-270-9141) and he agreed to treat me. Dr Singh and I experienced different ways of removing these lumps and then we come with a technique which was perfect. I had over 500 of these lumps removed and I was happy with my appearance as I was no longer being covered from head to toe with multiply lumps on my skin. (These were all being tumors of the skin nerve).

Dr Singh has developed a new technique which may go on to benefit many other people like myself who has suffered this, very visible stigmata of neurofibromatosis. I believe that those who have the condition called neurofibromatosis should be aware that there is a new technique to have the tumors removed than that, which is currently being used. I have contacted the Neurofibromatosis Association but I was told that because they haven't heard of this treatment they cannot recommend it or advertise it but it worked for me. I have also spoke to Dr's about it but they don't seem interested.

This treatment was not about me having to take any medication but Dr Singh had the tumors removed. The tumors are normally remove is by having them cut out and so on.... But Dr Singh has developed a new treatment and he would often remove about 40 of these tumors in 20 minutes. If I was still in England I would still see him and would have control over this condition.

I am now back in South Africa which means I don't see Dr Singh. Once again I find living with this condition to be really hard. The problem with neurofibromatosis is that there isn't a cure. So although Dr Singh had removed most of these lumps, others have appeared on other areas of my skin. When I was in Dr Singh's care I felt in control over my condition and it felt good.

Posted by Wim
Haaksbergen, The Netherlands
Lisa from Johannesburg 1/13/2013 has described her positive experiences with a new treatment of NF tumors in Leicester GB. My question is, what is new in this treatment from Dr. Singh? I am very interested in it, because my son has NF1 and is seeking for the best treatment there is. I hope Lisa will answer me! Thank you very much.
Posted by Millie
London, Uk
2 Posts
Seems like one big repetitive advertisement for Dr Singh with no helpful information. Hopefully I am wrong in my analysis.

Posted by Woody (29 Palms, Ca) on 09/08/2010

Have you heard anything on moya moya? My 4 year old has been diagnosed with it and NF1 and due to the shrinking of his artery to his brain. His body was over compensating by increasing his blood presure. We let the surgeons take a small vein from his temple to supplement blood to his brain, which has worked somewhat. Is there anything you know of that can help reverse or slow the progresion of the artery shrinkage?

Posted by Tenderfoot
Las Cruces, Nm Usa
Not familiar with the disease overall, but for fragile arteries as an isolated symptom you might investigate the benefits of rutin.
Posted by Woody
29 Palms, Ca
3 Posts
now the doctors are telling me that ontop of NF1 and Moya Moya that he also may have Glioma! This is the 3rd rare condition he has developed could there be some underling cause giving him the symptoms of all three? he has almost all the symtoms of all three to include high blood presure, and has had 2 strokes and he is only 4 yrs old so taking pills he cant chew is hard for him and some things you just cant give a kid that age at adult doses. Any ideas?
Posted by Ynnis
Fayetteville, Nc
2 Posts
Please google "health benefits of honey and cinnamon". You will find many helpful tips on how to mix honey and cinnamon to relieve this and that, and even cure many ailments, including heart diseases, strengthening of the immune system...

Also, a regular dose of 1 teaspoon baking soda daily will help! Preferably taken in the morning. It tastes bad, but it relieved my husbands asthma, which he had since birth!

Posted by Kotipup
Landenberg, Pa
To Woody - I saw your thread was from 2010, but I wanted to reply because my daughter also has NF1 and MoyaMoya. She also has optic gliomas. We give her propolis for her neurofibromas, and Ruta6 and CalPhos for the gliomas. Daphne's STAMCA surgeries for Moyamoya went well (she had them when she was 15 months old); however, now she is 8 and the left side has become narrowed again. We're waiting to hear from her Neurosurgeon about whether he wants to do anything. Daphne also suffered two strokes before her Moyamoya was diagnosed. I hope your son is doing OK. Dealing with severe NF is very difficult and emotional. Email me at moyer305(at)comcast. net if you want to touch base.

Posted by Sally (Winona, Minnesota) on 05/08/2010

neurofibermatosis: My 13 year old daughter has cafe au lait spot (10) on her body. No other symptoms of this disease. The doctors say the spots may increase during puberty. Is there anything I can do??

Thank you,

EC: For those unfamiliar with Café au lait spots:

"Café au lait spots or Café au lait macules are pigmented birthmarks.[1] The name café au lait is French for "coffee with milk" and refers to their light-brown color. They are also called "giraffe spots."  Source:é_au_lait_spot

Posted by Jeff
Wilmington, Delaware
HI Sally,

We have something in common---my 11year old daughter also has these spots and is being evaluated in Boston next week for NF. Would you mind talking about what you are going through and any natural options that you are trying/considering?


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Posted by Teresa (Omaha, Nebraska) on 07/17/2013

I have Neurofibromatosis and from this I have brown spots all over my body and some neurofibromas on my body and from this disorder I also have tumors in my body. What would be the best herb or vitamin to take to shrink these tumors or make them disapear especially on my body?

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