Natural Remedies for Peripheral Neuropathy

Serrapeptase

Posted by Gord235 (Vancouver, British Columbia) on 10/03/2017

Serrapeptase For Peripheral Neuropathy

Serrapeptase is a relatively new treatment utilising an enzyme to remove non-living cells. This has a dramatic effect on reducing pain and inflammation. It has been used successfully in Europe for thirty years but is just becoming known in North America.

I have started with 120,000 SU (2 capsules) - twice a day and plan to gradually increase the dosage after watching several clips on youtube. I would be interested in hearing about any experiences by members who have tried it.

Replied by Gord235
(Vancouver, British Columbia)
10/16/2017

Update

I am now up to 960,000SU(8 capsules)per day of Serrapeptase after reading that 1,000,000 SU per day is not uncommon. I am also taking ALA 800mg (8 capsules) per day and continue to see improvement with the pain in my foot steadily decreasing in intensity and frequency. Take note that Serrapeptase needs to be taken away from food, either 1/2 hr. before eating or 2hr. after eating. Search Serrapeptase on Youtube for more information. Good luck to all.


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Posted by Betsy (San Diego) on 01/21/2014

HI Bill, I have peripheral neuropathy and have tried everyting to no avail and I do mean everything...I also have hepatitis-c which is under control...It has been suggested to me to take B-1 100 mgs 5 times a day...along with Serrapeptase 1000 mgs 5 times a day... along with MSM 20,000-40,000 unit five times a day and eat saturated fats, which kind of caught me off guard as I have always read that it's not good for you...My cholesterol is 135 which is low and maybe they have a point...It has also been suggested that I eat no high glycemic fruit which I'm already am doing... First time post although I have been on this site before...Respect your opinion and don't want to make any mistakes..Thank you and bless you 1,000 times...

Replied by Bill
(San Fernando, Philippines)
01/21/2014

Hi Betsy...I would perhaps add Alpha Lipoic Acid(300 mgs twice a day at meals) Selenium(200mcg twice a day at meals) and acetyl Carnitine (500 mgs twice a day at meals) to your protocol. Adding a teaspoon of granulated lecithin(not the oil) twice a day before meals and taking B50 vitamins every day might also help you here.

I would also continue with your serrapeptase and MSM remedies as these will also be beneficial. I now cook all my own food in coconut oil(saturated fat) because I've been very impressed with its anti-pathogenic effects and it has also helped me to lose weight.

Unfortunately, since the neuropathy you have is most likely to be caused by the Hep C, then it might also benefit you to follow Oscar's simple BHT remedy against Hep C. Your low BP problems may also be as a result of your liver problems.

Replied by Damaris
(Miami, Fl)
07/26/2015

Good afternoon, everyone and first of all Thank God for all those who have shared their experiences. My name is Damaris I was diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy 2 years ago the cause is unknown. For about three months I've been taking a vitamin that contains B1 & B12 AND R-Alpha lipoid acid. But I still feel in both feet numbness, tingling almost daily.

Also I reach that that capsaicin cream is really good to treat pain and discomfort anybody has tried?? Fernando please let me know if you continue taking add Alpha Lipoic Acid(300 mgs twice a day at meals) Selenium(200mcg twice a day at meals) and acetyl Carnitine (500 mgs twice a day at meals) to your protocol. Adding a teaspoon of granulated lecithin(not the oil) twice a day before meals and taking B50 vitamins every day might also help you here. How do you feel now because your comment was in 2014. Again thank everybody for all comments and Blessing.

Replied by Damaris
(Miami, Fl)
07/27/2015
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Bill, please let me know if you continue taking add Alpha Lipoic Acid(300 mgs twice a day at meals) Selenium(200mcg twice a day at meals) and acetyl Carnitine (500 mgs twice a day at meals) to your protocol. Adding a teaspoon of granulated lecithin(not the oil) twice a day before meals and taking B50 vitamins every day might also help you here. How do you feel now because your comment was in 2014.


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Posted by Lily (Kelowna,bc) on 10/31/2013

I have been taking alpha lipoic acid, acetyl-L-carnitine, sublingual liquid Vit. B12 and omega 3's for about 10 months. I found the combination helped lots but I still had symptoms. My neurologist told me to add MAGNESIUM . After lots of research I bought a transdermal gel magnesium that I apply to my feet and lower legs morning and night.That helped more. Magnesium is best absorbed through the skin. I also take a dose or two of the effervscent magnesium each day. NOW I have added turmeric capsules 3 times daily and wow lots of relief .I have been adding turmeric powder to as many foods as are suitable too. Research says that if you eat something with black pepper when you take the turmeric it boosts the power of the turmeric.



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