Could hemp seed oil help multiple sclerosis patients?

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Could hemp seed oil help multiple sclerosis patients?

Postby MSUK » Mon May 27, 2013 11:38 pm

The consumption of legal hemp seed nutritional oil, in conjunction with the intake of evening primrose oils and a restricted diet high in Hot-natured foods (such as pepper) and low in saturated fats and sugars, is associated with “significant improvement” in symptom management and immunological characteristics in subjects with multiple sclerosis, according to clinical trial data published this month in the scientific journal BioImpacts......... Read More - http://www.ms-uk.org/index.cfm/cannabisresearch
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Re: Could hemp seed oil help multiple sclerosis patients?

Postby CureOrBust » Tue May 28, 2013 2:48 am

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It also sounds like they were made to have a healthier lifestyle. ie they stopped smoking.
Hot-natured diet includes foods with hot-natured, low intake of cholesterol, hydrogenated or trans fatty acids and saturated fats (fried foods), consumption of olive or grape seed oils as main oils in diet, eating plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables with hot-natured, nuts and seeds without additives, fish and seafood ,unrefined carbohydrates, drinking plenty of water (avoiding too much drink containing artificial additives, sweeteners or other stimulants), cutting down sugar and refined starch (i.e. non-whole meal bread, cakes, pastries, biscuits, sweets and soft drinks), consumption of dairy products with honey or date and removing foods with cold-natured, avoiding alcohol and smoking.


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Re: Could hemp seed oil help multiple sclerosis patients?

Postby miri » Tue May 28, 2013 11:35 am

I've tried alot of these diets, including anti-yeast diets.
Most of them killed me.
If you cut out sweets & carbs, you're also cutting out calming/balming factors which also avoid constipation.

olive oil causes me throat irritation & migraines, whereas yellow oils do not.
That tells me that it must have irritating arginine.

Many fresh fruit are high in arginine that's irritating, and require balancing by taking them with yogurt. The latter is both lysine & probiotic - thus a double-whammy of goodness. Also kefir is calming. Nuts & seeds are high in arginine, so require balancing with some caloric sweetener at risk of triggering my virals & inflammations. Fish often takes a toll on my kidneys, requiring me to take lots of cherry juice to repair kidney inflammation. Whole grains also are high arginine, requiring balancing with lite lysine.

Finally, I was never a smoker nor alcoholic (always hated the stuff).
...BUT I was PROLONGEDLY exposed to factors just as bad for decades:
Namely:
  • Bright fluresent computer CRTs & LCDs which the Samsung criminals made not easily dimmable. (LEDs are as bad)
  • High GHz computer processors

I'm convinced it's the latter which is responsible for many cases of MS and multitudes of other LIEbelled conditions (even though the patients involved may not realize it, similar to Helen Keller prior to her Epiphany. I myself was oblivious for decades, until my own epiphany. Why? Because the criminals of the system are keeping the knowledge deliberately suppressed.
Reachable via PM. Seems I have Higbee's HSII on ThisIsMS. Frustrated by MSers, FMers, Lymers & Prematurely-Aged-By-EMFers who prefer cryptic jargonian Systems Vs. Intuitive empirical experience. Don't simple truths count for anything anymore?
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