Natural Remedies for MS

Hydrogen Peroxide
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)

Thank you!

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.

Honey Bee Venom
Posted by Pk (Avon Lake, Oh) on 12/07/2011
5 out of 5 stars

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.

Alkaline Diet
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?




Dave's Remedies
Posted by Dave (Fountain Inn, Sc) on 10/06/2011
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Both my maternal grandfather and my mother had full blow MS. So I have an intense interest in the subject. After much study I offer these four helps to rebuild the myelin sheath.

First: It is likely that a virus has made inroads allowing lesions after attacking the myelin sheath. This is an open wound on the nerve. The sheath has been made suceptible to attack because the wrong oils have been consumed over the years making the sheath "wall" weak. To build the wall back the patient needs good oils especially evening primrose oil in large quantities; 2-3 thousand IUs daily. The good oils must be used for consumption like Olive Oil. Hydrogenated oils must be avoided at all costs. Most restaurants use hydrogenated.

Second: To kill the virus, the patient must ingest colloidal silver daily for at least 6 months, one eighth cup a day, twice a day. One will not turn blue if you are taking true colloidal silver properly diluted. If one does not want to take the silver then there are other virucydes such as echinacea. Hydrogen peroxide can also work. One will need some professional help to administer that.

Third: The patient must take Calcium AEP, up to eight tablets spread throughout the day. Dr. Adkins in his book Vita Nutrients used Calcium AEP as the most important part of his protocol for treathing MS patients. He would give the patients Calcium AEP by IV drip. But one can get the effect orally also. Google Calcium AEP and you will find the many many great helps AEP can give. (Not just MS. ) The key is not the Calcium. The active worker is the AEP. AEP works on the cellular level to do remarkable things. When ever my mother would have a painful leg/ MS "flare up" I made sure she took an extra four or six AEP tablets. That never failed to give her relief. Please read more on AEP. I do not have MS but I take two daily.

Finally, get on line to find a good source for "sphengelin" and I probably have that spelled wrong. This will actually rebuild the myelin sheath.

Also, get Dr Robert Adkins book "Vita Nutrients" and his treatments for all kinds of problems are at the back of the book including MS. He will recommend much more than I have suggested. He does not go after the virus that many believe is an important element in onset MS. That is my only addition to his excellent treatment program.

Vitamins D and B12
Posted by Southern Belle (Atlanta, Ga Usa) on 09/06/2011

To Violet from Chicago:

Please do more research on the Coconut oil. It is not going to block your arteries. Where did you come up with that idea?

Nutrition, Electrotherapy
Posted by Iowama (Pella, Ia) on 08/29/2011
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Let me start by saying that I do not have MS. In fact, it has been through my own search for a nutritional prevention for Macular Degeneration that I have become familiar with the work of Dr. Terry Wahls, a member of the faculty of University of Iowa Medical School. It was through her newsletter that I began to learn thorough explainations on how nutrition can protect us from chronic disease. Her newsletter led me to look into Oil-Pulling, which led me to this website. Dr. Wahls is a practicing physician who spent four years in a tilt/recline wheelchair before reversing her own MS through a protocol of nutrition and electrotherapy. She is currently conducting a clinical trial of her method. Like I said, I don't have MS, but I don't want anyone else to have it either.

Vitamins D and B12
Posted by Violet (Chicago, Il) on 08/04/2011
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I absolutely agree with what you are doing. I use it too and it works. I also use extra virgin olive oil cold pressed 1 table spoon a day. Make sure it's cold pressed that says on the bottle or you are buing very expensive fat. Also, I take a nap in the middle of a day for one hour. It really helps to get my energy back. Try meditation. It did wonders for me. You do not have to cross your legs and say HHHHHHHH for 2-3 hour, 5 to 10 minutes a day in AM and PM. Look up Dr Oz's show segment with dr Chopra it tells you exactly how to do it.

Also, try to stay away from meat, sugar, gluten, chemicals, MSG as much as you can becauses it causes inflamation in your body. I also use extra virgin coco nut oil 1/2 teaspoon a day. But do not overdo it or you will have blocked arteries.

Also excersice as much as you can. Do the streching excersises, or pilates. Do not waste your money for the gym. I tried it did not work for me. So I bought a stepper, stationary bike and dum bells. it is enough for me.

I have this present (MS) for 9 years.

The Liberation Procedure
Posted by Travel Girl (Salt Lake City, Utah) on 07/20/2011
5 out of 5 stars

I have had venoplasty or what is called the liberation procedure two times now. The veins that drain the brain and spine are stenosed causing blood to back up in the brain and spine which in turn causes the placques or sclerosis. It is and continues to be the best thing I have ever done for my MS. (I still take LDN. ) The interventional radiologist performs angioplasty/venoplasty and baloons the veins that are stenosed. After the first venoplasty my fatigue went away, I had less brain fog and could feel my fingertips for the first time in years. I also started to dream again. My veins stayed open for about 5 months. Around month 6 the fatigue started in again and I knew my veins must have collapsed. I went back in for another MRI and my brain scan actually showed improvement. I did have 5 lesions on my brain and then after venoplasty I had 3. This procedure works. Nine months from the original venoplasty, I had another one. This time they put me on blood thinners and I am hoping I get more time with this procedure. I recommend looking at the web site or ccsvi facebook for education into this new procedure to help with MS.

The Liberation Procedure
Posted by Phyl (Ocklawaha, Fl) on 07/17/2011
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I had the procedure done in Feb, 2011 with good results and if my veins close up, I will go back and do again. Most of the people on our facebook page who have had it done, some 4 times with great results along with doctors who have ms. I have went off the shots and now only do LDN. There are alot of places in the US now that do the procedure. I had mine done in FL at SHands, also the Moffit Center in Tampa is doing it. Also try this web site, and join that, there is alot of info on there and it show you places in the US close to you for the procedure. It is an easy procedure, in and out the same day with no problems. Don't tell your dr you are having it done, just make the arrangements on your own and they know how to word it so the insureance co's will pay. (most of them) Good luck

Books of Interest
Posted by Jacqueline (Athlone, Westmeath, Ireland.) on 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.

Posted by Coraga (Milwaukee, , Wi) on 05/18/2011

I use about one tablespoon. I stopped taking it a few years ago. But I started back as my MS has progressed, and I am eating a lot of healthy food every day.

The Liberation Procedure
Posted by Annapt (Medina, Oh) on 04/10/2011
5 out of 5 stars

I had this procedure done in February in Albany, NY. Absolutely amazing results - no more spasms, great balance/gait, no more brain fog. Only thing that truly helped me and made me feel normal again.

The Liberation Procedure
Posted by Sofie (Tyler, Texas, Usa) on 04/09/2011

is anyone familiar with this procedure by Dr. Zamboni in Italy and is there anyone in the usa that performs the procedure?

Posted by Kim (Atlanta, Ga) on 03/21/2011


The Liberation Procedure
Posted by Julie (Buffalo, Ny) on 03/16/2011

Hello, I just wanted to say that I've been doing research on the liberation treatment for some time and have come to the conclusion that I want to be tested for CCSVI. Yes, Dr. Zamboni is running trials here in Buffalo, NY but with such high numbers with people having MS here it is a difficult study to get into. I decided I would go to Poland or another country performing the procedure because I am only 29 and was diagnosed in'08 and I have two young children. Upon researching I found a Dr. Here in New York State that does do the procedure and I finally got my referral to see this doctor for evaluation. The staff there is very polite, via talking to them, and I look forward to going. I was also told by staff at the office that some insurance companies are on board now with paying for this procedure to be done. I will post an update after I go for my initial visit.

Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Brian (Barrie, Ontario, Canada) on 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.

Calcium, Magnesium, Vitamin D, Potassium and Chromium
Posted by Patrice (Uniontown, Pa.) on 02/08/2011
5 out of 5 stars

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.

Vitamin D3
Posted by Jen (Eureka, Mt, Usa) on 01/18/2011

Phyl mentions Fampridine (also called Ampyra) for MS. Please research this carefully before using -

"The non-sustained release form of fampridine (i.e. , 4-Aminopyridine Or 4-AP) is used as a bird poison to excite the nerve cells so much so that birds get seizure and die. In the process of neuronal excitation, a few individual members of a flock of birds, who have ingested the poison on the roof of a federal building, become hyperactive and utter distress calls which signal other birds to leave the site. The compound is highly poisonous to mammals. It has in fact been known to cause severe poisoning, and in some cases, death, in adult humans. "

I looked into this at my mother-in-law's request, as she has been dealing with MS for about 15 years. This drug is not only dangerous, but in the control studies, people's ability to walk a distance of 25 feet was only increased by .8 seconds. Not even a full second, so is it worth the risk for next to no pay-off?

Dietary Changes
Posted by Jonathan (Asheville, North Carolina) on 05/21/2010
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I like to learn from other people's experiences. Having been diagnosed with "it LOOKS like you MIGHT have ms", I wanted to do something immediately. I was going deaf in one ear, having trouble walking, etc. My indefatigable will to walk and not be crippled by this menace was effective but not good enough. Now I am Vegan, but I warn those with MS to stay the hell AWAY FROM SUGAR, ALCOHOL, CAFFEINE, GLUTEN, DAIRY, and any kind of FUNGI! DOING A CANDIDA CLEANSE WILL HELP. Also, take something with DHA and EPA combined, phosphatidyl serine, DHLA, and Gingko/ginseng. Now I am SUPERMAN! I feel great. (I also take LDN).

The Liberation Procedure
Posted by Joyce (Joelton, Tn) on 05/20/2010 509 posts
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I seem to recall a number of people on seeking help with MS. You might want to put a link to this site on EC.

Seems that Dr. Zamboni (Italy) seeking help for his own wife determined that it is a vascular problem rather than an autoimmune disease. Thank God for the Zamboni's of this planet earth.

Of course they will probably have a little trouble finding someone in USA doing the liberation procedure. I would suggest contacting some place like Mayo Clinic for information.

Dietary Changes
Posted by Jennm (Buffalo, Ny) on 04/13/2010
5 out of 5 stars

Do some research on gut permeability and gluten. Increase RAW fruits and veggies, Reduce sugar, do away with form of wheat (bread, pasta, etc,...); and get some sun. I am doing well with these simple, and even better, CHEAP ways.

Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Scott (Clute, Texas) on 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.

Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)
Posted by Dudley (Virginia Beach, Va) on 12/15/2009
5 out of 5 stars

Naltrexone is a cheap generic pharmaceutical approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for treating drug and alcohol addiction. In very low doses, it is proving to be remarkably effective in treating multiple sclerosis--with minimal side effects and at a price anyone can afford.

For more information about Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN), visit

The above site features links to LDN-related research, case histories, discussion groups, books, articles, and video clips.

Books of Interest
Posted by Dudley (Virginia Beach, Va) on 12/14/2009

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

Calcium, Magnesium, Vitamin D, Potassium and Chromium
Posted by Hope (Hannibal, Mo) on 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 Leslie (Indianapolis, In) on 10/23/2009
5 out of 5 stars

It is possible his vaccination contained a preservative called Thimerosol which is mercury-containing. Mercury is highly toxic to the human body. I have had bad reactions after vaccinations. Mercury is also present in "silver" dental amalgam fillings of the teeth and has been implicated as a possible contributor towards MS. It could be a heavy metals issue or that the vaccination was the impetus for an immune response that triggered the MS. FYI.

Vitamin D3
Posted by Phyl (Ocklawaha, Fl) on 08/26/2009
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Research has now shown that the cause of MS is the lack of vitamin D3. On the web site a group of patients have been keeping a journal. All the research that is being done in the world says the you can take up to 40,000 iu of D3 a day and it is not toxic. There is alot of info to read. In my own research, John Hopkins told the FDA years ago that people were deficient in Vitamin D3 and there would be more diseases because of it. I have MS and I am not able to walk without a cane, walker or I use a wheelchair. I am on Copaxone and have no trouble with it. There is a new drug going for FDA approval in Oct., it is call Fampridine. It is suppose to help with walking ability. I live one day at a time.

General Feedback
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:

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

Vitamins D and B12
Posted by Marina (Bristol, UK) on 07/20/2009
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I was diagnosed with MS 2 years ago, after several bladder infections and major dizzy spells. Several years previously I was diagnosed with very low levels of Vitamin D, a fallout from the anti sun campaign prevalent in Australia where I was living at the time. I dont know if any of you saw recently the Times headline about the link between low vit D and MS, I have been aware of this for some time, as there appears to be very low rate of MS near the equator, but I also agree with the previous posts re Turmeric and selenium both of which I use sporadically{ of course in India one would presumably have higher sun exposure too.}, I take cod liver oil capsules containing 25 to 50 ugs of vit D daily, depending on time of year ,sun exposure etc. The other thing that seems to help, sometimes quite radically is sub lingual B 12 which I also take every other day. I do think its important to take a complete B supplement as well [ or good multi vit] so that you dont imbalance your B groups. Oh and good quality fish oils are great, flax for vegetarians. I havent taken any medications and my symptoms are much much better. Sugar makes everything worse!

Posted by Isabel G (San Antonio, Tx) on 04/14/2009
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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 Dr. J (Bombay, Maharastra) on 03/16/2009

Silver is not a "heavy metal" wendy!!! Its up there with calcium and copper and "correctly made colloidal silver" does not and can not build up in the tissues, argyria which is caused from adding salt etc to silver making process and which causes this silver skin is reversible anyway and harmless. Your high level of sheavy metels were caused by other things such as diet, lifestyle, bad water and amalgum fillings etc. EDTA, cilantro and antioxidants can remove your heavy metals.

For those who are fearfull from this "confused" comment please read now:

Coconut Oil
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:

Ted's Remedies
Posted by Rich (Boca Raton, Fl) on 01/30/2009
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For the "Partial Leg Paralysis" or "Arm Paralysis" claim, I have to admit that I found myself somewhat skeptical about the "Edgar Cayce Electricity claim". However, it appears that one electrical device has now been clinically verified to "repair this symptom". This device was recently showcased on the Doctors TV show.

Bioness Announces NESS H200 and L300 Systems to Be Available at 88 HealthSouth Hospitals Nationwide

There is a fungalbionics book which seems to implicate the Aspergillus fungus as a possible cause of MS (Ergot poisoning). It seems to say MS is responsive to Nystatin, a non-absorbed antifungal medication. Note: Many nystatin medications are mixed with sucrose(sugar), and so this may reduce effectiveness. I suspect that the SSKI remedy would be beneficial to many ms patients, but I have no experience dealing with the matter, so defer to Ted on the matter.

Posted by Ruth (Atlanta, GA) on 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 Amy (Houston, TX) on 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.

Dietary Changes
Posted by Andreka (Atlanta, GA) on 12/04/2008
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My MS is well under control never took any MS Meds went to a VEGAN Vegetarian Diet -- no white flour Products no meats, no Dairy my DR. says I look 5 younger years later @ 33yrs.old I'm doing so much better From Severe Progreesive to thriving and loving it.

Calcium, Magnesium, Vitamin D, Potassium and Chromium
Posted by Wanda (Houston, Tx Harris County) on 11/25/2008

what are the amounts of each of these supplements are you suggested to take--how much are you taking???

Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)
Posted by Pat (London, England) on 10/26/2008

I have a friend. he is 42 been ill for 2 years now. just released from 4 month stay in london hospital. he has been disagnosed with progressive ms. I have never heard of ldn. what is it. and where can he buy it. many thanks pat .x

EC: Low Dose Naltrexone..

Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)
Posted by Bev (San Francisco, California) on 07/21/2008
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My husband (aged 46) was diagnosed with MS about four years ago. Instead of starting the toxic and very expensive traditional MS meds, we decided to get Googling and found LDN. He has an MRI once a year and for the past three and a half years his disease has not progressed. Many of his lesions have gone or are inactive. No new symptoms and no increased disability. He has been taking 4.5mg of LDN for the whole three and a half years so it doesnt take a rocket scientist to realise it`s the LDN keeping him healthy. I urge anyone with an autoimmune disease to investigate and try LDN. Cheap, safe and no nasty side effects. He`ll never take anything else! As a bonus, he has not had a single cold or sniffle the whole time!

EC: Read more about LDN:

Posted by Joyce (Joelton, Tn) on 07/19/2008 509 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.

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