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Can thc help heal lesions? recomended dose?

I have recently been really interested in cannabis. I have read it can not only help with pain but also heal and prevent lesions? I have never did any drugs. But perspective wise my opinion on cannabis is becoming bigger the more I read about it. Any testimonials? Or opinions or how much you have to use to have this effect? Also is it the thc? Or without that helps?
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Molecule ‘induces remyelination’

A study claims the molecule neuregulin-1 is indispensable for repairing myelin in models of spinal cord injury, a finding with possibly long-reaching implications for multiple sclerosis treatment...Read more -
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Predicting multiple sclerosis ‘now possible’

It is now more possible to predict which individuals will develop multiple sclerosis, according to findings published in the Annals of Neurology...Read more -
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Melatonin could help treat multiple sclerosis

A new study claims the 'sleep hormone' melatonin may give relief to patients with multiple sclerosis...Read more -
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Relaxation in 200 seconds

Hi everyone,

More and more emphasis is being placed recently on the high levels of stress that are faced by people with MS. We also know that stress in various forms may worsen MS symptoms and relapses. For this reason, research has begun to investigate ways of reducing stress and mindfulness has become a hot topic in the MS world. However, we often feel we are too busy to give ourselves the time to minimise ...
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Natalizumab, B cells and MS

Hi everyone,

We have posted a new research summary on our website. This is an easy to understand piece regarding a new paper that has been published, which looks at how certain cells of the immune system may be influenced by treatment with natalizumab (Tysabri). They have shown that these cells, called regulatory B cells, don't work as well under these conditions. This is important as it gives a potentially new target for more effective ...
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Plant peptide could prevent onset of multiple sclerosis

Together with his team and the research group led by Gernot Schabbauer, international partners from Australia, Germany and Sweden, Christian Gruber, Chief Researcher at the Center for Physiology and Pharmacology has demonstrated in an animal model that, following treatment with a specially synthesized plant peptide (cyclotide), there is no further progression of the usual clinical signs of multiple sclerosis. Gruber: "The one-off oral administration of the active agent brought about a great improvement in symptoms. ...
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How long can a relapse last?

I am new and undiagnosed so forgive me if this is posted in the wrong place. Short history had one major neuro event 20 years ago (extreme burning skin, vision issues, numbness and weakness) with clean MRI at the time. Over the years have had little weird neuro symptoms I have ignored. Ten weeks ago I woke up with numb arms and have been battling numbness/weakness/ blurry vision and multiple other symptoms ever since. MRI ...
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Free webinar New Date - My Journey to Wellness

Hi Everyone,

Our webinar has been postponed to March 30th 5PM EST/22:00 UK due to unforeseen circumstances (laryngitis). On the bright side, you still can register to participate. Join MS warrior Amanda Campbell who will discuss her journey and holistic approach to managing her condition. Register at­­

Webinar details:

Amanda Campbell - founder of BendlikeBamboo and Nourissh, will tell us about her journey from a being ...
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Inclined Bed Therapy (IBT) New Pathways Follow Up Article

New Pathways Magazine for people with MS are running a follow up article. I have been asked for more testimonials from people using IBT who have ms.

Now would be a good time to add your experience to the testimonials section on the IBT website:

If you or someone you know is using Inclined Bed Therapy, please provide us with a Testimonial at

Thank you for your help ...
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