to the best of my recollection, without digging out my old daytimers, here is what i did:
1) Thiamin hydrochloride: 300mg to 500mg, 30 minutes before meals and bed hour, and during the night if awake. The higher amounts in long-standing cases.
[i used 300mg oral thiamin at recommended times]
2) Niacin (nicotinic acid): We recommend 100mg to 3 grams, thirty minutes before meals and at bed hour, and also during the night if awake – whichever dose will produce a strong body flush.
[i did about 100mg oral niacin at recommended timing, and achieved the flush no problem]
[klenner probably didnt know this, (findings a decade or so in future at the time) but a lack of niacin flush response can be due to PUFA (polyunsaturated fatty acid) deficiency]
3) Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6): 100mg to 200mg is given before meals and bed hour. At least 100mg daily is given intramuscularly.
[did 100mg oral pyridoxine]
4) Cobalamin (Vitamin B12): 1000mcg. is given three times each week by needle (repository type).
[klenner talks about cyanocobalamin, i imagine all of us here know that methylcobalamin is preferred - i did 2000mcg sublingual b12 daily]
5) Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C): Ten to twenty grams should be taken daily by mouth in divided doses.
[i probably did max 6 or 8 grams per day]
6) Riboflavin (Vitamin B2): 40mg to 80mg given daily by needle IM; 25 mg. before meals and bedtime.
[i don't recall my exact intake, maybe 50mg oral before meals and bed?]
7) Vitamin E as d-alpha tocopherol acetate of d-alpha tocopherol acid succinate. 800 international units before meals and bedtime must be adhered to in this treatment.
[i did this per instructions in 2006. from what i have learned since, i would definitely modify now. in the era of this protocol development, d-alpha tocopherol succinate was the best recommended option. nowadays, i'd say ensure you get natural ratio E8 complex. isolated alpha tocopherol drives down important other elements such as the tumor inhibiting beta tocopherol - whole food sources are best!]
8) Crude liver: This substance contains factors still unknown but essential in metabolism. ...be benefited by daily injections of crude liver.
[i ignored this, but recognized now that a healthy liver is very important in helping us combat ms]
9) Adenosine-5-Monophosphoric acid: ...Inosinic acid is a commonly-occurring breakdown product of AMP... By attaching further phosphoric acid residues in pyrophosphate linkage, adenosine-diphosphate (ADP) and adenosinetriphosphate (ATP) are obtained.
[i ignored this because i did not understand it. now i can recognize things like 'inosinic' and have an elementary grasp on the importance of ATP, but personally, i would basically still ignore this today]
10) Choline: We give 700mg to 1400mg after each meal and at bed hour.
[i did not do this. the only choline i ever get other than from diet, is in my b-complex]
11) Lecithin: We give 1200 mg. Soybean Lecithin after each meal.
[i did some after meals, but sometimes sprinkled granular lecithin into stewed fruit or soups also]
12) Magnesium: 100mg. after each meal to supply additional ions for muscle activity. It is an enzyme activator.
[i had no idea at the time and skipped this. i would never omit magnesium now]
13) Calcium Gluconate (10 grain tablets): We give two tablets after each meal and at bed hour to supplement dietary intake for muscle activity. At times, this is given intravenously, one gram twice weekly.
14) Calcium pantothenate: (acetyl CoA) We give 200 mg. after each meal and at bed hour.
[i had no idea, skipped it]
15) Aminoacetic acid (glycine): More than one hundred substances, when fed, are joined in the body with glycine. In the deamination of glycine, three products will be formed: ammonia, carbon dioxide and water. The ammonia from this reaction is then quantitatively converted to urea. One heaping tablespoon of the powder in a glass of milk four times each day. Much of the oral medication can be taken with this drink.
[i had no idea, so skipped it - but i note with interest the reference to ammonia being quantitatively converted to urea... not without enough zinc in your liver, it don't!]
16) Make certain that the hemoglobin is at least 13 grams.
[oxygen transport, binding, antioxidant, iron regulation.. "Normal values in an adult are 12 to 18 grams per deciliter (100 milliliters) of blood. Below-normal hemoglobin levels may lead to anemia that can be the result of:
iron deficiency or other deficiencies, such as B12 and folate..."(www.labtestsonline.org
[my Hb results have been, over time, 138, 138, and most recently (04/09) 139. coversion from US g/dL to SI g/L is just a straight x10, so i started out okay at 13.8 and have increased slightly].
17) High protein diet with two to three eggs for breakfast.
[did a couple eggs for quite a while then backed off to a couple a week, plus i have other protein sources in my diet]
18) One Theragram-M cap. daily for trace minerals.
[had no idea how important this is, now i take a daily multi-vit-min, with extra minerals.
19) Dantrium has value for relieving intentional tremor and Symmetrel for relieving stiffness in Multiple Sclerosis. Dose must be individualized.
[didn't do this]
20) Zinc gluconate: 10 mg. three times each day has some value in Myasthenia Gravis. Take several hours after vitamin B2.
[i actually take more than that, i try to get in 50mg per day]