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For those interested, Gristy56's complete instruction can be found here:
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Please keep us up to date on your progress. I am still doing well maintaining all the improvements I gained since I started using the device.
If you are one of those willing to try this unique therapy, please post your results here:
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Thank you for the detailed exposition of your original theory which I find a very valuable contribution to understanding - and treating - the MS disorder.
First, as you have pointed out re the Zamboni trials, Zamboni was correct in seeing MS as exhibiting a problem with blood (fluid) circulation but his venoplasty solution – expanding the veins with balloons to enhance blood flow – doesn’t adequately address the problem – hence the « failure » of recent trials. He tried to put « all his eggs in one basket. »
I quote you as follows :
damage to the myelin sheath exhibited in MS « is caused by the tiny electromagnetic vibration of magnetosomes that are standing on the myelin supported by the Earths magnetic field. » Thus is explained the well known Latitude factor in MS epedemiology. The closer to the poles, the greater the risk of developing MS. « Yes the angle of 'dip' sets the angle to the lines of the Earths magnetic field at any lattitude. The angle of 'dip' at the poles is 90 degrees. Both the velocity of magnetosomes and the abrasion with the myelin depend therefore on the mathematical sine of the angsle of dip at the lattitude under consideration. Therefore the quantity of damage is dependant on the sine squared. It also depends on the quantity of magnetite, i.e. the molecular mass at the point of demyelination. Finally. it depends on the stength of electromagnetic field at say 50Hz. If it is too high it will break up magnetosomes into individual molecules which will be returned to the blood. »
As I understand your use of the desatascador, you want to break up the concentration of magnetite and direct the magnetosomes through the aorta towards the kidneys where they will be chelated and excreted from the body.
You recommend drinking cranberry juice to enhance blood flow since the magnetosomes are clothed in bacteria which may adhere to the vein walls. My experience with cranberry. : It is recommended for chronic cystitus to prevent the bacteria from adhering to the walls of the bladder so that they will wash out with the urine. I had understood the action to be on the walls of the bladder, not the bacteria ??? Anyway, I was taking one sachet of cranberry powder (cys-control) a day until my bladder and rectum ended up terribly inflamed, so I stopped. Just a warning not to overdo. Maybe the powder I took was too concentrated.
Also, right now my main problem is rigidity in my back/neck which probably obstructs the free flow of cerebro-spinal fluid, not the blood. I believe MS progression concerns principally the spine which is damaged as the body structure becomes increasingly disorganized. The autonomic nervous system runs through the spine.
Your theory takes into account the earth’s magnetic field as it impacts the human body. Bravo. It helps explain obstruction to free blood flow from WITHIN the vein. (Maybe of particular importance to vision problems.)
In order to get a personalized treatment I consulted my Applied Kinesiologist who has treated me since 1984 with success. She said the steel wool « pillow » tested negative for me which confirms my experience. Gave me a treatment pattern 2 times a day for 4 days and then recommended use of the device on tense areas like the shoulders as needed. Also, my main problem, especially since my fall late January is with CSF flow in the spine/brain.
Anyway, thank you for taking the time and trouble to present your theory/treatment.
I have lived in this house for 20 years with the bed in the wrong direction. Had my second relapse (of just 2) a few months after moving here. The bed in the flat when I had my first relapse was in the same direction. And I was using a microwave back then (circa 1990?).
Have been a regular user of hairdryers and microwaves (to my shame).
But I wasn't doing badly until about 6 years ago.
I think willingness to try increases directly with how much you can't tolerate the impact MS is having on your body. Might just have to give this a go!
Thanks for posting @ gristy56 and also thanks to the testers for the results they have shared
Can I ask if this will work if I don't move my bed? (apart from being too heavy to do alone, it doesn't work any other way in the room)
Mine has arrived and I will be doing step 1 tonight.
Thank you! Grazia
Best wishes and Good luck!
If you have problems effecting the eyes, in the form of double vision for example, then instant improvement can be acieved by wearing a tight fitting baseball cap lined with a thin layer of steel wirewool, and nobody will notice. It will atttract magnetite to the wider veins of the scalp and flow away more easily.
When you start using the desatascador, I cannot put it more strongly than to say - degauss and use FRC on your shoulders! It may produce leg cramps and muscle spasms, as it does me, but these will lessen in a few weeks, honest!
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