Anodyne as vasodilator

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Anodyne as vasodilator

Postby jamit » Sat May 07, 2011 11:11 am

Has anyone tried it? A friend of mine had a lot of success with it for pain and poor circulation. It is a vasodilator.

http://www.anodynetherapy.com/clinical/ ... ction.html
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Postby MegansMom » Sat May 07, 2011 1:31 pm

This seems like it works on a very small localized area not a while body plus it works by increasing NO ( nitric oxide)

You can increase NO Production in simple ways easily. A few ways are through diet and exercise. In fact the effect of exercise lasts for many days.

Healthy foods, rich colorful fresh foods are the best.

And moving is exercise....any kind !

Dr John Cooke's book, " The Cardiovascular Cure" has great ways to boost NO, and recipes . There are other books that tell you how to boost your natural NO in all of your blood vessels too.

I can not imagine this therapy could do a whole body I think it's targeted for
wound healing care or peripheral vascular disease of the lower legs.
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Postby jamit » Sat May 07, 2011 4:02 pm

Thanks for the reply. I found inosine the quickest way to increase NO, it raises uric acid which is almost always way too low in people with MS. Cheap and easy, but raising NO is for another topic. I have taken inosine for a number of years.

Anodyne is apparently mostly used by people with peripheral neuropathy. It is probably just another way to pour money down the drain. I was just interested in hearing if anybody has used it with MS as I never heard about it until this week and my friend who used it does not have MS.
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