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Has anyone ever drank this saline solution called ASEA? Here is the link:

There have been a few success stories floating around from MS sufferers who have used this product.

Any feedback and testimonials from anyone on here?
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A cup of tea or three

I've recently added hibiscus tea to my regimen and it has produced wonderful results for me. My energy level is suddenly just amazing. I feel like the energizer bunny and some sensory issues are improving beyond what I had experienced thus far on the medication I am taking. Aside from some leftover numbness in my hands, I feel NORMAL!

I am wondering if the tea wouldn't work as well on its own (without a medication ...
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Vitamin D3 for neuros, but none for patients

Vitamin D3 is good for neurologists, but not for their MS patients. Image

Neurologists would take vitamin D themselves if diagnosed but not prescribe for their patients
http://www.overcomingmultiplesclerosis. ... +patients/

This month the Multiple Sclerosis Journal published a series of articles asking neurologists if they would take a supplement of 10,000 IU of vitamin D a day if they had a clinically isolated syndrome (one attack of MS before ...
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Food supplements & vitamins

Anyone has checked any independent review, like consumerlab, that examines whether a specific brand contains the amount od substance its label states? Can you share any review like that? Some university studies showed that most of the vitamins and food supplements do not contain what they promise.
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Cytotron - treating degenerative diseases

It is an interesting device, similar to MRI and used for the treatment of degenerative diseases. It was developped in India and currently in clinical trials for MS as well. Any one heard about it? How real is it?

Cytotron is a Therapeutic Device for the treatment of cancer and various degenerative diseases such as arthritis. It is based on Rotational Field Quantum Magnetic Resonance -RFQMR- Technology which utilizes highly complex electromagnetic beams in ...
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natural substitutes to ccsvi surgery

hello everyone, I posted this question yesterday in topic 'Dr. Sclafani answers'. Maybe you have got any experience of using any natural treatment which works similar to ccsvi surgery, herbs, vitamins? something good for flow in the veins?
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How do i organise/time my vits? Are these vits good for MS?

First, as i have recently re-introduced my supplements after being off them for blood tests, i was wondering what is an advisable order/timing of my following supplements:

Calcium citrate (250mg) - Magnesium Glycinate (2x 200mg) - Zinc picolinate (50mg) - Copper Bisglycinate (chelate) (2x 2mg) - Vitamin ... B50 - C (1000mg) - D3 (5000IU) - Selenium (200mcg) - Sea kelp (187mg) - COQ10 (100mg)

I can take some/all of these vitamins with Breakfast, ...
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Gut flora, fungal infections etc

Hello everyone.

I’ll try my best to make this as concise as possible…

I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis back in 2006, and started medication a few weeks after (Avonex). Up to 2011 I kept at it dutifully, despite no improvement in my symptoms and a handful of new plaques on each new MRI (which was why I switched to Tysabri after 4 years). By this time I almost hated the side effects of the ...
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Other benefits of fish oil - longer telomeres

Omega-3 Supplements May Slow a Biological Effect of Aging ... 140957.htm

The study showed that most overweight but healthy middle-aged and older adults who took omega-3 supplements for four months altered a ratio of their fatty acid consumption in a way that helped preserve tiny segments of DNA in their white blood cells.

These segments, called telomeres, are known to shorten over time in many types of cells ...
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