Art Solbrig's Memory Loss Protocol

on Sep 05, 2020

Memory Protocol Update From Art
Posted by Art (California) on 10/04/2020 1288 posts
5 out of 5 stars

I just wanted to give an update on my friend(1) on the 5 supplement regimen to try and improve her memory. This past Friday she came to visit and we watched a movie in the evening. The next day, we were talking with another friend(2) and friend1 told the story of the movie to friend2 in great detail! To say I was impressed would be an understatement. She told the story in such detail, I couldn't believe this was the same person from a year ago who couldn't remember just a short snippet of the movie when I had gone to the bathroom and asked her what I had missed. Friend2 later told me that he could clearly see the improvement in her and he said she seems so happy now!

When friend2 wasn't around, I told friend1, "You realize you couldn't have done that just 1 year ago, don't you?"

She looked at me and smiled and then she said, "Yes, I know, and I like it!"

Then she said something that surprised me. She said she realized that back then she couldn't remember, but in her mind she had rationalized that she couldn't remember because she wasn't interested in the movie. I imagine this is a coping mechanism to help deal with memory issues because the alternative reason is too hard to face head on and admit to yourself.

She also clarified for me what she meant when she had to write things down before she did a google search of anything on her phone. She said that whenever she thought of something she wanted to google search, she had to write it down right away or by the time she got her phone and got to google, she had already forgotten what she was going to search for! Now she says she never has to write things down anymore! Not scientific in anyway, but imo, she has improved further to a level of a younger person! I am very happy for my friend!

Art

Memory Protocol Update From Art
Posted by Art (California) on 04/21/2022 1288 posts

I just wanted to update this memory thread as I haven't updated since last year.

Recently my friend who had excellent results with the memory regimen outlined in the original post told me that she had another health issue where her heart was getting reduced blood flow in a lower portion of her heart and her doctor was very concerned about it and quickly scheduled her for a chemically induced stress test of the heart. That was back about two years ago when she was having significant memory issues and she cancelled the scheduled test because of Covid-19.

More recently she told me that she had forgotten the actual reason her doctor scheduled the test, but she remembered that she was supposed to have it and rescheduled the stress test again. She took that test last week and the doctor told her that her heart function was now normal! She asked me what I thought caused the improvement. I reminded her that late last year she had increased her melatonin dose up to 72 mg/night and melatonin has shown in studies to be heart protective as I previously wrote about here :

https://www.earthclinic.com/cures/melatonin-for-cardiovascular-disease.html

And here:

https://www.earthclinic.com/melatonin-for-stroke-recovery-and-prevention.html

There is no way that I know of to say positively that her increased melatonin intake is the reason for the normalization of her heart function, but it certainly seems in line with the available studies. The other supplements from her memory regimen may have been contributing factors, but of those supplements, melatonin has the strongest evidence for heart protective effects. Btw, I think it is worth mentioning that she will turn 80 next month and her improved memory is still very much intact!

Art


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Orh (Ten Mile, Tn) on 09/20/2020

HELEN, ORH here, studies show that nicianamide at 3500 mg a day will reverse dementia. You must start off slow and work up to that number. All this is in EC archives. It was proved at the U of CA, Irvine with mice.

==ORH==


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Art (California) on 09/09/2020 1288 posts

Syd,

Amla has many active components that have individually proven their worth in terms of overall health improvement and this is the reason I mentioned it to my friend first before the other 4 supplements as I wanted to also try and get her off of her medications and also just in case her meds were contributing to her memory issues.

Amla is essentially in a class by itself and I am not aware of another supplement that has as many positive health effects as amla. Here is a quote from an article on amla that I will link to below.

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' The fruit is rich in quercetin, phyllaemblic compounds, gallic acid, tannins, flavonoids, pectin and vitamin C and also contains various polyphenolic compounds. A wide range of phytochemical components including terpenoids, alkaloids, flavonoids, and tannins have been shown to possess' useful biological activities. Many pharmacological studies have demonstrated the ability of the fruit to show antioxidant, anticarcinogenic, antitumour, antigenotoxic, antiinflammatory activities, supporting its traditional uses. In this review, we have focused our interest on phytochemistry, traditional uses, cancer chemopreventive activity of Phyllanthus emblica both in vivo and in vitro. In view of its reported pharmacological properties and relative safety, P. emblica could be a source of therapeutically useful products. '

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As you can see from that quote, amla is loaded with health beneficial components of which vitamin C is one.

https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/8491/6ffd45e77dc33c267f4665b0a55dad8b4650.pdf

Amla is noted as having a relatively high vitamin c content, but amla is also noted as a home remedy for UTIs and bladder infections. Vitamin C has been reported to trigger cystitis in some people, but this is normally vitamin c supplements and not so much from plant based sources. Have you found this to be true for you? If so, then maybe it will be worth trying amla. If not, then you will either need to select a replacement for amla or deal with the cystitis issue if it arises.

If you decide on an alternative to amla, obviously you will not get the other health benefits that amla is likely to provide, but if memory improvement is your main objective I can suggest another proven option that has shown benefit on its own. To give you a good idea of what it can do by itself, I will link you to an article that discusses this option, but if you are not interested in that option, let me know and I can give you another!

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/11/161110162840.htm

Compared to other probiotic studies, what is unique about this one is the very high dosing of four very common bacteria that showed improvement in just 12 weeks! This study makes you wonder what would have happened had they gone 24 weeks instead of 12 weeks? Would the improvements have continued to increase or would they stay the same? What if they had doubled the dose? In any case this is a viable alternative to amla that is likely to offer other health benefits aside from improving your memory!

Art


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Art (California) on 09/21/2020 1288 posts

Hi Helen,

I very recently posted about a friend of mine who is 78 years old and was having memory problems and was able to reverse it using 5 supplements and is now back to normal. Here is a link to how she did it:

https://www.earthclinic.com/art-solbrig-protocol-for-memory-loss.html

Good luck!

Art


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Art (California) on 09/30/2020 1288 posts

Hi Barbara,

The benefits my friend received from that memory improvement regimen were a complete reversal of all of the memory issues that she told me about such as now she never loses her train of thought in the middle of a conversation or says she can't remember what she was talking about or what she was about to say and her speech when talking is now uninterrupted with no pauses at all. She also does not have to write things down to remember, such as when she would go online to research, she had started having to write down what it was she wanted to search for because if she didn't, by the time she turned on her computer and got online, she would forget what she was going to look up. She stopped forgetting what she had gone to look for in another room. It is common to go to another room and forget what you went there to get, but in her case, that had become an everytime event and that is no longer an issue for her. Her ability to find the right word when needed was restored. Her ability to remember specific events in a movie we had just watched or recently watched was restored very well. Previously if I asked her a question about a movie we had just watched or very recently watched, she would simply say I don't remember, now she is ready with all of the details. I had noticed that she had started withdrawing from conversing with others when previously she was always fully involved in conversations and was quick to initiate a conversation on her own with others.

She would have moments where she might get a little confused or foggy, but when I saw how she dealt with the salesman at the car dealership, it was clear to me that the moments of mild confusion were a thing of the past. She was sharp as a tack with him and quite willing to impose her will.

Another thing I noticed was that she was beginning to lose interest in going places or doing new things and now she seems to have no problem with going wherever she needs to go when she wants.

These are things that I have noticed have improved. I can't get inside her head and see things from her perspective, but I can clearly see that she is no longer withdrawn and is more engaged when around others and never hesitates to converse. For me it is like I am talking to the younger person that I remember who had somehow slipped away.

I think the way she was is what some doctors call age related memory decline and those doctors will tell you that this is normal in the elderly and is expected with aging, but I am not willing to accept that age related memory decline is normal as I see people in their 70's, 80's and 90's who are still mentally sharp. So why is it normal for them to be sharp, but others not so much? Had her doctor told her that, she may have just accepted that this is normal for her age of 78, but to me there is nothing normal about it and should not just be accepted by a patient. On EC people have shown that they can manipulate health to their benefit and I believe this is possible when it comes to certain memory issues too. I'm not saying that a person can be brought back from severe dementia, but I do believe that if a person takes steps to try and improve themselves at the first signs of memory issues it is possible in many cases to improve!

Art


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Art (California) on 09/09/2020 1288 posts

Syd,

I forgot to mention that the dose of amla that my friend used will likely deliver less than 20 mg of vitamin C per day.

Art


Memory Loss Supplement Contraindications
Posted by Art (California) on 09/12/2020 1288 posts

Hello Marianne,

I understand what you are saying about doctors. Some are not helpful when it comes to things that they are not prescribing for you themselves, but at a bare minimum they need to have the supplements you are taking on file so they will know what to do in case you have a problem.

As far as interfering or reacting to any drugs, your pharmacist may be more knowledgeable than many doctors and are usually willing to go over your list of drugs and supplements to check for contraindications. My doctor asks about all that I am taking other than prescription meds and puts that information in my file.

It is our health that doctors are dealing with so if they are not helpful to your needs, perhaps it is time to consider another one.

Art


Melatonin
Posted by Art (California) on 12/17/2020 1288 posts

Hi Frances,

Thank you for the link to the mouse study regarding memory improvement as I had not previously seen it.

I wish there was a way that scientists could do more studies like these more often! Right now, the high dose melatonin (HDM) studies are going to give us the most useable data that can help us get the absolute maximum health benefit from what melatonin has to offer. The human HDM studies for specific disease states would be of very great value and most timely.

Thank you, again, Frances!

Art


Memory Protocol Update From Art
Posted by Ophelia (California) on 10/09/2020

God bless you, Art. Thank you for sharing your experience, strength, hope and kindness. You have made a difference in my life today and I appreciate it.


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Syd (New Mexico) on 09/12/2020

Thanks very much for the super helpful, informative response, Art. You rock! I can do 20mg of Vit C/day. In general, how much amla berry delivers 20mg of Vit C?

And yes, I'm using this for memory. (It's more like mild cognitive impairment, as I'm also doing things like putting tissue I've just used to blow my nose in a drawer rather than the trash can and can get very confused. There's much more to it than that, but I'll spare you!! I'm in conversations with my doc about it, but want to go as natural as possible.)

I'll also explore the probiotics! Thanks for that great info, too! My understanding is that some now think that probiotics only help in the short term and don't colonize long term.


Article Reviews
Posted by Earth Clinic on 08/02/2021
5 out of 5 stars

Hi everyone,

Art has just added a new update to his memory loss supplements article. You can find the update towards the bottom of the article (but above the product listings) here:

https://www.earthclinic.com/art-solbrig-protocol-for-memory-loss.html

Thank you, Art!

Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Cindy (Illinois, Usa) on 09/20/2020 337 posts

This is a tough one but I seem to be talking about it a lot lately as I've been exploring a new theory I'm formulating about dehydration so, I have to say, Alzheimer's, seems to me, to be an effect of long term, chronic dehydration. Basically, years of the body being in "emergency mode". I suspect one way it deals with that is with adrenaline which would definitely keep one alive in an acute situation but can't be good in a chronic situation. Or, at least, it seems so to me.

Ordinarily, I'd say a timer set to go off every two hours during waking hours, at which time I'd drink 8 oz of water but at 70, I'd say it's up to him and he's earned the right to make the decision for himself.

There isn't much we can do to it that the body can't manage or repair but to do that, it needs hydration. It needs to get out of emergency mode but the sleeping might put him off the idea.

I would also add neither "correcting" nor ignoring him when he gets things wrong because his state of being is probably the only thing that will get him off the sleeping and taking the water. Laying down is one way the body gets someone who is "too" dehydrated to take a load off their heart so, no nagging.


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Dee (Florida) on 10/10/2020

@Helen,

First of all to stay healthy change to a Mediterranean diet, exercise, and get rid of stress.

Do not cook with Coated teflonor Aluminum pans, only stainless steel, glass and cast iron.

Stimulate the brain puzzles, reading, etc. I am a senior and had foggy thinking. Plus I have Pre-Diabetes and High Cholesterol.The Fenugreek powder helped my pre-diabetes.

I take a Multi Vitamin, extra Vitamin C, D & K, Magnesium, B12, Alpha Lipoic acid, CoQ10, Omega oil, Amla, Olive Leaf, Milk Thistle, Turmeric paste. B complex Vitamins are very important. Most people are deficient in Vitamin D & Magnesium When I took extra Vitamin D all of a sudden no foggy brain, my jumping pains and fatique were gone. Plus I had sleeping issues, and restless legs at night, the Magnesium and Melatonin cleared it up. Everyone is different I need 6 mg. of Melatonin. With the Vitamin D I need 4000IU. When taking extra Vitamin D after a month or two have it checked. I must have been deficient in D my numbers went up to 48.

Plus I learned so much from Dr. Richard Becker TV show "Your Health". They have all his you tubes listed:

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=your+health+dr.+richard+becker


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Art (California) on 01/31/2021 1288 posts

Hi Jill,

She saw some improvement probably around 6 months and the improvement continued to increase to around 14 months and seems to have stabilized.

As a quick update, it turns out she was having dizziness for the past year and a half or so that her doctor said to just wait and see if it goes away on its own. She told me about it a while back and I thought her doctor would work with her on the dizziness, but her doctor didn't and she seemed to be getting worse with the dizziness that she had been drinking an herbal tea for that a friend of hers had recommended for her dizziness, but it was not helping her at all, so I asked her if she had tried the Epley Maneuver for the dizziness, but she didn't know what that was, so I explained it to her and she did it a few times at home with each time improving her dizziness more to the point now that she almost never feels dizzy except when bending over deeply to pick something up and then she says she feels just a little dizziness which she said is very minimal. I told her to tell her doctor to perform the Epley Maneuver on her at her next visit and hopefully that will fully eliminate the dizziness, which I would say is about 95% diminished from where she started as she would use a cane regularly during that period. She now keeps the cane in her car just in case, but I have not seen her use it in many months!

Art


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Art (California) on 04/28/2021 1288 posts

Anna M.,

I haven't discussed it before on EC, but you might discuss the possibility of using Vinpocetine, Melatonin and Lecithin for your condition with your doctor as preliminary approaches prior to going on pharmaceuticals. All three have very good safety profiles

Vinpocetine can increase blood flow to the brain quickly in an attempt to reverse poor blood and oxygen availability in the microvasculature of the brain.

Melatonin is protective of the brain and has antiinflammatory effects in the brain and very significantly lowers damaging oxidative stress. It can help repair damage from TIA and ischemic strokes while having anticoagulant activity. It is also useful for stroke prevention as I have written about on this forum.

Lecithin very significantly lowers LDL cholesterol, VLDL cholesterol and triglycerides while raising HDL cholesterol and avoids the bad side effects of statins such as tendon and ligament damage, muscle pain, muscle damage and sudden memory deficit.

Since this is mainly affecting the brain and although you sound like you are opposed to pharmaceuticals, you definitely need your doctors supervision for something so critical.

Good luck on your health journey and keep us posted on your progress!

Art


Memory Loss Supplement Contraindications
Posted by Marianne (Ontario) on 09/12/2020 9 posts

Hello Art - thanks for your reply - but there is a big "BUT" - consulting my Doctor sounds almost like a joke. Doctors are NOT available in person but over the phone only - and most do not know anything about the "alternative Healing" - only how to dispense "Pills". I told my Doctor that he is a "Salesman" for BIG PHARMA - did not go over very well.

Therefore I will be on my own - thank you for your advise.

Marianne.


Memory Loss Supplement Contraindications
Posted by Marianne (Ontario) on 10/09/2020 9 posts

Hello Art - sorry to be late with my reply - just letting you know that "Looking for another Doctor" is just another one of those jokes - there are NO Doctors available.

I had a fairly good doctor - he got his license suspended for writing too many prescriptions for OPIOIDS.

Our medical system is completely BROKEN and many people have the same problems that I have.

Just went this morning for a Blood Test - sign on the door of the Lab said: "You have to wait outside for someone to let you in "

and outside is on the sidewalk - nice in rain or snow!!

I will be trying some of your suggestions ( I have been on Amla for digestive problems - I am fine with it ) and see how it goes.

Thanks again for your valuable advise.

Marianne.


Memory Protocol Update From Art
Posted by Art (California) on 11/07/2021 1288 posts

Here is another study showing that Citicoline (Recognan) is useful in patients who already have mild cognitive impairment. So this is further confirmation that Citicoline belongs as part of this memory improvement regimen. Here is a link to the abstract :

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34693689/

Here is a relevant quote from the study :

>>> 'After 2 weeks of treatment with Recognan, there was an improvement in concentration in 81.9%, memory in 50% (p=0.008), verbal imagination productivity in 68.2% (p=0.015), counting functions in 60% (p=0.015), visual-motor coordination and dynamic praxis - in 86.4% (p=0.003), increased speed and efficiency of mental work (p=0.001). After a 30-day course of treatment with Recognan, there was an improvement in memory in 58.3% of patients (p=0.007), an increase in concentration in 64%, an improvement in counting functions in 64.3% (p=0.011), verbal imagination productivity in 63.3%, visual-motor coordination and dynamic praxis in 86.4% (p=0.007), speed and efficiency of mental work (p=0.006), which indicates a complex positive effect of Recognan on higher mental functions in patients with mild cognitive impairment. ' <<<

This is the latest version of this simple and easy to follow memory protocol :

1. Vinpocetine @ 30 mg/day + Vitamin D @ 5000 IU/day up to 8,000 IU/day

2. Lithium Orotate 5 mg/day up to 20 mg/day if needed

3. Citicoline 500 mg/day up to 1000 mg/day if needed

4. Melatonin 10 mg/night up to tolerance if needed

Art


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Art (California) on 05/13/2022 1288 posts

Danielle,

The testing Nicotinamide/Niacinamide for dementia were done at the University of California Irvine (UCI). The first study (2007/2008(, a mouse study, showed extraordinary results essentially reversing the disease in the mice.

https://news.uci.edu/2008/11/05/vitamin-b3-reduces-alzheimers-symptoms-lesions/

The second study, also done at UCI in humans, showed almost zero benefit as described here :

https://clinmedjournals.org/articles/jgmg/journal-of-geriatric-medicine-and-gerontology-jgmg-3-021.php?jid=jgmg

The third study which is also being done in humans is in progress and no longer recruiting participants. It started in 2017 and is scheduled to complete in about 3 months as outlined here :

https://clinicaltrials.icts.uci.edu/trial/NCT03061474

If UCI decided to do a second human study in early AD patients even though their last human trial showed almost no benefit, they must feel that Niacinamide/Nicotinamide must still have some benefit in early stage AD patients, but perhaps not mid or late stage patients or they discovered an error or errors in their first human study, otherwise they probably wouldn't waste their study resources on another study. Even though the trial is listed to complete estimated at August 30, 2022 (5 year study), the results may not be available to possibly the end of the year. Based on the study design requiring a 12 month follow up schedule, that means the results could potentially not be released until late 2023.

Art


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Art (California) on 05/13/2022 1288 posts

Danielle,

Here is another link that gives a bit more info on the trial that is currently in progress :

https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03061474

As you can see, they are using the same 3 gram dose per day as the first human study in two divided doses of 1500 each day.

Art


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Syd (New Mexico) on 09/09/2020

Thanks for this great post, Art! I am experiencing the very thing your friend was, and also finding myself getting a bit confused. (I'm only 58.)

QUESTION: I'm wondering what constituent in the Amla berry you think makes it so helpful? Does it have polyphenols in it? (I have an oxalate issue and if I take things that are too high in Vit C., I get cystitis. Trying to find a work around if possible, like taking something else that is similar or finding a way to tolerate the amla.)

Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Art (California) on 09/29/2020 1288 posts

Hi Rob,

You're welcome!

I wanted to mention that the study used "Amla Extract", as opposed to non extract capsules. It does have cholesterol lowering effects, but lecithin's effects, in my opinion, are stronger and that is why it was the 6th supplement added to my friends regimen to insure that she would not have to do what her doctor wanted her to do, take one of the statins which have known significant side effects. As far as I can tell, this was the one used in at least two of the studies I read :

https://www.amazon.com/TrueCapros-Organic-Fruit-Extract-Supplement/dp/B013499IJM/ref=sr_1_26?dchild=1&keywords=Amla+Extract&qid=1601431182&sr=8-26

Regarding lecithin and cholesterol, this study describes its effects on cholesterol :

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3065734/

As you can see from the study it is quite effective!

Thank you for your feedback and comments, Rob, as they are helpful for other members on deciding what supplements may be useful for their needs!

Art


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Art (Cakifornia) on 09/09/2020 1288 posts

Dick,

De combinatie van supplementen werkte heel goed voor mijn vriendin, maar ze had geen diagnose van de ziekte van Alzheimer. Als haar dokter de diagnose dementie had gesteld, zou ze precies dezelfde supplementen hebben geprobeerd uit wat ze me vertelt.

Art

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Dick,

The combination of supplements is what worked very well for my friend, but she did not have a diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease. If her doctor had diagnosed her with dementia, she would have tried the exact same supplements from what she tells me.

Art


Memory Loss Supplement Contraindications
Posted by Marianne (Ontario) on 09/08/2020 9 posts

Dear Art,

I have Hypothyroidism, high B/Pressure - can I safely use the recommended 5 supplements for improving Memory Loss??

Your answer is very much appreciated.

Thank you,

Marianne.

Memory Loss Supplement Contraindications
Posted by Art (California) on 09/08/2020 1288 posts

Marianne,

Given your other health conditions, you definitely need to include your doctor in a decision to try this protocol, especially with high blood pressure! You need a doctor to monitor you under those conditions as the supplements may interact with whatever medications you are on or could possibly have a negative impact on your other health conditions. This is well beyond the scope of what anyone can do for you on a health forum and why I specifically said the following in the original post:

"If you or someone you know is considering this protocol because you are having memory issues, it is always best to discuss it with your doctor to be sure it will be compatible with any medications you are taking and that it is safe for you!"

Art


Article Reviews
Posted by Charity (faithville, Us) on 08/02/2021

Hi Art,

Nice to see a list of helps for memory. My memory issues were two fold, split personality . In that your parts would pop up into the front and listen to something and then go into the backdrop with the information and the core person had no clue what went on. I don't have that anymore, Praise the Lord for showing me how to get whole. Now the other thing is digestion . The gut affects everything. I take a couple of things on your list plus magtein, coconut oil, water, salt, and a whole lot of supplements to catch up on old problems depleting me. You might like this article. I read death by calcium at the library a long time ago. Interesting that calcium needs silica, boron, all the minerals in balance, D, and K and some other amino acids to get it into bones and teeth and keep it out of soft tissue.

Should I Take Vitamin K with my Vitamin D Supplement? (myhdiet.com)


Article Reviews
Posted by Art (California) on 08/02/2021 1288 posts

Hi Charity,

It's good to connect with you!

Thank you for the info on supplements needed to direct and manage calcium properly. Interestingly, melatonin has recently been established as healthful for warding off osteoporosis and osteopenia so it should fit well with the ones you mentioned. In the mouse spine, it has shown the ability to reduce or reverse disc degeneration.

I will take a look at your link in a moment, thank you!

Art


Melatonin
Posted by Frances (Cabarlah, Qld. ) on 12/17/2020
5 out of 5 stars

Art S. does mention melatonin in his memory loss article and here is some evidence.

Finally, a supplement that actually boosts memory. Melatonin:

https://drcolinholloway.com/2020/12/17/finally-a-supplement-that-actually-boosts-memory/

Memory Protocol Update From Art
Posted by Jgny (Thousand Islands) on 11/08/2021

Thanks Art! I will be adding citicoline to my memory regimen. I cannot take the lithium orotate because it caused weight gain for me (7 pounds in one month! )


Memory Protocol Update From Art
Posted by Art (California) on 11/08/2021 1288 posts

Jgny,

Thank you for the feedback! I have not heard of that issue from low dose lithium orotate, but rather from prescription strength lithium. In any case it is good to know.

The Citicoline should make a good replacement for the LO and it is noted for other health benefits!

Art


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Rob (Toronto) on 09/29/2020

Thank you, Art, for this well balanced and informative posting!

I had recently started taking Amla after watching several videos by Michael Greger who raves about its benefits. One in particular tooting its cholesterol lowering effects. I am trying the powder in water, overly sour on the stomach, so will try the pills next. I noted some immediate positive effects as well.


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Rob (Toronto) on 10/04/2020

Reply to Barbara:

Immediate effects were blood circulation. (I am in my late 60s) If you go to Nutrition Facts.org type in Amla in search. Dr. Greger lists a number of studies to which he is "blown over" by. His data is usually solid, citing Double Blind studies.. or noting when not.


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Art (California) on 09/30/2020 1288 posts

Mary, the studies for sunflower lecithin and cholesterol are nil. Alternatives to consider are food grade diatomaceous earth and fenugreek.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/9533930/

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32087319/

Art


Memory Protocol Update From Art
Posted by Toni (New South Wales Australia) on 10/09/2020

Can you please give me the 5 protocol for memory please, my memory is so shocking that I cant recall anything back ....

EC: Please read the top of this memory page for Art's article!


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Helen (Nc) on 09/20/2020

My husband is experiencing loss of memory, he is 70 years old. Very forgetful, confused, sudden state of being defensive, sleeps a lot. Can you help?

Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Jill (NY) on 01/31/2021

Hi Art!

Thanks so much for this detailed information on improving memory! I am trying this method on myself! I was already taking vitamin D3, melatonin, and lecithin. So I added in the amla a month ago and vinpocetine a week ago. Just waiting for the lthium orotate for next month. I am 65 with memory problems, not too bad, just lose my words from time to time, and forgetting things. Hoping to see improvement! Did it take your friend a whole year to improve?


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Cris (-qld) on 10/09/2020

Great info Art, et al. I'll be trying a few.

Regarding cholesterol and vascular health, Methyl Sulphonal Methane (MSM, a form of biological sulphur) and vitamin C are important parts of the primary repair and maintenance of the vascular system and all connective tissue. If short on either, but particularly Vit C, the blood vessels harden, crack and are subject to the damage of such things as the shards of milk fat produced by homogonisation or merely bodily movements. When this happens one is susceptible to capillary bleeds that can be strokes or heart attacks. So the body goes into phase 2 repair: coating with cholesterol, etc rather than have an immediate problem. (Sure the blockages resulting are a big problem but danger is years down the track.) Then the gateway drugs, statins, are prescribed. Up, or start, the Vit C and MSM and things often go back to normal". Did for me.

By the way, the numbers used to indicate the necessity for statins seem to have been lowered since statins were put on the market. I think the numbers are too low, particularly for older folk and I think most readers will agree that the closest to natural you can get the better you will fare.

FYI, if you are in the right climatic zones, Aloe Vera is high in MSM (tastes terrible) and acerola very high in Vit C followed by Barbados Cherry which can tolerate lower temps. Consider liposomal Vit C as it probably has the ability to scavenge the toxins in the fat of the brain. Glutathion and ALA are other good options..Perhaps these were further along Arts' list.


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Anna M. (Brady, Texas) on 04/28/2021 8 posts

I was just recently diagnosed with Micro Vascular Brain Disease and only because I told my "new" doctor that I knew there was something wrong. I had fallen the day before and don't know why I fell because I was holding onto the rail. It was 3 steps right outside my kitchen door. The only injury was to my right hand that was holding on to the rail, bruising and scrapes, even though I fell to my left side. I also was having trouble with balance and also bumping into things and felt the need to hold my husband's hand whenever we are out, which is not unusual but when I felt I had to is very troubling to me. She ordered an MRI on my head and labs of course. I was also diagnosed with high cholesterol. The doctor wanted to put me on statins and a baby aspirin daily. I DO NOT take prescriptions if I can avoid it so I started looking at my "go to" research site, EarthClinic. Yay! I am wondering if these other people also have Micro Vascular Brain Disease. I was already on several supplements on my own because I felt I needed them and am now ordering the rest that I have read here. Thanks EarthClinic.


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Anna M. (Brady, Texas) on 04/29/2021 8 posts

Thanks for the quick response. I did order the Melatonin and Vinpocetine today. I had ordered the Lecithin last week and have received it and will start taking it post haste. I will definitely keep this site updated, if I remember, lol.


Memory Loss Supplement Contraindications
Posted by Art (California) on 10/09/2020 1288 posts

Hi Marianne,

You're welcome!

I agree about our medical system and given that the majority of pharmaceuticals are designed to treat symptoms rather than try and cure anything, I can see why some doctors become disenchanted with the options they have to offer their patients.

About the delayed feedback, no problem, better late than never. Feedback is very helpful for other members of the EC community as well as myself!

Art


Memory Protocol Update From Art
Posted by Art (California) on 10/09/2020 1288 posts

Hi Ophelia,

Thank you very much!

I hope it helps others as it has helped my friend and I am grateful to EC for affording me a place to share this information!

Art


Memory Protocol Update From Art
Posted by Art (California) on 10/09/2020 1288 posts

Hi Toni,

Here is a link to the original post which contains the list of 5 supplements and dosages that my friend used to reverse and normalize her memory issues and senior moments. There is also an explanation of what her memory issues used to be.

https://www.earthclinic.com/cures/art-solbrig-protocol-for-memory-loss.html

Art


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Danielle (Aberystwyth ) on 05/13/2022

Does niacinamide reverse AD in humans too?


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Barbara (Mesa) on 09/29/2020

What were immediate positive effects?


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Mary (Md) on 09/30/2020

For Art:

I cannot take soy lecithin. Does sunflower lower cholesterol, as well?


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Art (California) on 10/09/2020 1288 posts

Hi Cris,

Thank you for the useful info on cholesterol control! Alternatives to statins are important! Art


Art's Memory Remedies Q&A
Posted by Dick (Zwolle) on 09/09/2020

Vergeetachtigheid:

Graag advies. Bij mij is enige tijd geleden beginnende Alzheimer geconstateerd. Krijg geen medicatie, maar ben wel hele delen kwijt, vooral van onlangs. Bijna 70 nu.


Google Translation from Dutch

Forgetfulness:

Please advice. Some time ago, I was diagnosed with starting Alzheimer's. Do not receive medication, but have lost whole parts, especially from recently. Almost 70 now.