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L. Casei Shirota/Yakult: Unexpected sensory improvement

In an attempt to decrease plasmablasts (the big problem in MS CSF) produced in the mucosal lining of gut even after rituxan b-cell depletion, I decided to give Yakult/l casei shirota a try. I didn't expect to feel a thing from it as I'm feeling pretty good lately and the only reactions I've ever had from probiotics were super-regularity (from a blend) and herxes (from l plantarum). BUT, there was a significant improvement in leg/hand ...
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i was recently introduced to an alternative health care clinic in rosarito mexico. i was shocked to find out they've treated over 750 patients suffering from multiple sclerosis using ibogaine!

ibogaine -

i spoke with a 43 year old women who takes a flood dose of ibogaine immediately after feeling the onset of an exacerbation. she says it stops her relapses dead in there tracks, and she's taken ...
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How to Stay Healthy at Home with Simple Herbal Remedies

Not specific to MS, but interesting nonetheless.

In an interview with the People's Pharmacy, Dr. Tieraona Low Dog discusses material from her new book "Healthy at Home: Get Well and Stay Well without Prescriptions."

The podcast will be freely avalable for the next 4 weeks.
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DEAR Friends last week telegraph paper a news about bee strings cure m.s patients and other pains. please read the following news anout bee venom therapy for m.s any one had this treatment.
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Iron level- Hemogolobin- Vit. D

Hi there,
I've had low Iron & hemogolobin levels for years. Eventually went on Iron tabs for 2 months. Some kind of Iron from rice !!!
I managed to get my hemogolb from 10.9 to 14 ( it was 14 in 2006)
My Iron ( Ferritin I think, or something like that) from 5 to 11. ( min. seems to be 10 )
but my vit. D from 37 to 102 !!!!
whhhaaaa !!!!
I ...
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gamma-linolenic acid

I know that some folks shun gamma-linolenic acid because it's an omega-6 fatty acid. However, as an 18:3(n-6) fatty acid, it's unlike other omega-6 fatty acids and appears to be anti-inflammatory. Moreover, it also has an interesting effect on endothelial tight junctions making them stronger by upregulating occludin.

Occludin as a possible determinant of tight junction permeability in endothelial cells.
J Cell Sci. 1997 Jul;110 ( Pt 14):1603-13.

    Endothelial cells provide a crucial interface between ...
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My experience with high doses vitamin D

hi all,

I just wanna share my experience with d3.
I live in Europe but I discovered this treatment on internet day I saw this video , I begun to talk with pacients who are doing this protocol, on facebook or mail, I discovered the treatment, I made an appointment with the doctor. His name is Cicero Galii Coimbra, he is neurologist and lives in Brasil, Sao ...
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Adventures with magnesium

So, for years I've taken 200 mg of MgCitrate and 1000 iu of vitamin D3. I then had my D3 levels checked and found that they were lower than the prior year. I upped the D3 to 2000 iu. However, after some time (a year or so) I started getting cramps in my leg and in the sole of my foot. Realizing that this could be due to low Mg, I upped the dose to ...
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Clinical Trial: CAM Survey

Bastyr University is running a trial consisting of a survey of supplements used by MS patients.

Complementary and Alternative Care in Multiple Sclerosis (CAM Care in MS)
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Coffee enemas: are they good for MS patients?

I have ready about coffee enemas having sveral health benefits so was curious if they benefit MS patients, or if they could harm?

Here are 10 Reasons on Why You Should Try A Coffee Enema:
Reduces levels of toxicity by up to 600%.
Cleans and heals the colon, improving peristalis.
Increases energy levels, improves mental clarity and mood.
Helps with depression, bad moods, sluggishness.
Helps eliminate parasites and candida.
Improves digestion, bile flow, eases ...
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