It makes me think to this publication of Dr Jonez in 1953.
The Allergic aspects of MS.
For me, it already explained a lot.
Sad to hear about your wife's death. Please elaborate the positive aspects of Prokarin on your wife's health wrt to MS and whether MS was the ultimate cause of her death or not. Sorry for taking you back into those bad days.
cervocuit wrote:The paper i linked above suggest that MS is an allergic reaction (in majority to food) that leads to blood clotting and which happens in the brain and that’s why histamine works for MS. But avoiding food that we are not made to eat, can do the job.
HarryZ wrote:The good news is that the scientists are looking in many different areas these days as opposed to just the immune system.
Maybe they have good reasons to try to find out what is wrong with the immune system.
cervocuit wrote:Of course. Avoid allergens is better than taking histamine.
CureOrBust wrote:IF is only two letters, but a big word.
I have been to an allergy specialist, and had him stick patches down my back for a couple days, and he couldn't find any allergies to "common" groups of allergens. So if I am allergic to anything, its beyond me? And Prokarin didn't work for me, but the historic treatment using injected histamine does still interest me.
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