MS – alternative treatments?

MS – alternative treatments?

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We have several clients that have M.S. and have had remarkable results…..If

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Fiona: I, too, am an N.D. I have had good results with a TEMPORARY use of DHEA for 60 days only, to relief stress on the adrenals, and a day and night herbal package. I believe the adrenals are important because they produce small amts of cortisone (anti-inflammatory) naturally, but when stressed, they flood the body with cortisone which now becomes a flammatory; and additionally, the adrenals which were once an immune system stimulant; has now become an immune system depressant due to overuse and stress. Something that is considered normal nowadays! The herbal package changes depending upon the actual seriousness and symptoms of the individual client. If you have specifics, I can probably help get you started by suggesting a few things….and I’m sure you could take it from there. Regards, Dr. Kathryn

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>I am wanting to hear of any herbal, vitamin, mineral, bodywork or other >therapies for the support of multiple sclerosis (MS). >Thanks – Fiona

There is an article in a very recent issue of the Yoga Journel about a guy who cured his MS. Roger

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– Hide quoted text — Show quoted text – > Organization: ROSHI Corporation > MIME-Version: 1.0 > Content-Type: text/plain > Hi Lynda, > I’m sitting here wondering how many of the other ROSHIfolk haven’t > noticed that I’ve been following the the picoTesla work of Reuven Sandyk, MD, > for the last four years? I’ve posted abstracts of his work to the ROSHIlist. > ROSHI’s transcendent version consists of driving a set of _experimental_ > MagStim goggles, swapping out the LEDs, driven by ROSHI’s EEG, in the > Complex(adaptive) and Discrete modalities. I had them with me, at Austin. > Check with Julian Metter, Victoria Ibric and Carolyn Robertson. They appear > to happy with what they’re finding No way is this a quick fix, but > clients are surely feeling better. Warms some folk up, nice and toastie >Dear Colleagues, >I have a very dear friend (30 y.o. female) who has M.S. It was Dx’ed 2 >years ago and she initially did well with BFB, NFB, macrobiotic diet, >stress reduction, and the latest allopathic meds. She was symptom-free for >about a year and a half. She recently exacerbated after a bad bout with the >local flu bug that made the rounds, and now has lost vision completely in >one eye and 2/3 in the other. I would be interested in ANYTHING that anyone >has found to be helpful for M.S. >Many thanks, >Lynda Kirk > Best, > .-. .-. > / .-. .-. / > / / .-. _ .-. / / > / `-’ `-’ / > `-’ `-’ > http://www.post-trauma.com/roshi.html > http://www.Starsaga.com/biofeedback.htm > What is BFB,NFB,allapathic meds and a macrobotic diet. Stree reduction

is a must for me. I was diag. in 1995 never heard of these. Just very interested if you have the time. thanks Tracy

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Re: MS Alt Tx Fiona Consult "Prescription for Nutritional Healing" by James F. Balch, M.D. Also as a Doctor of Chiropractic I have had some good results with MS patients. Good Luck

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>I am wanting to hear of any herbal, vitamin, mineral, bodywork or other >therapies for the support of multiple sclerosis (MS). >Thanks – Fiona

Have you tried Traditional Chinese Medicine?

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I am wanting to hear of any herbal, vitamin, mineral, bodywork or other therapies for the support of multiple sclerosis (MS). Thanks – Fiona

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I should be a little more specific, I am actually a practicing naturopath and masssage therapist so would like to know of very specific herbs, vitamin, mineral, supplement levels, bodywork that people may have tried, heard of etc-just so that I may build up my knowledge of support for my M.S clients. Any ideas are most welcome. Cheers-Fiona >I am wanting to hear of any herbal, vitamin, mineral, bodywork or other >therapies for the support of multiple sclerosis (MS). >Thanks – Fiona

Have you tried Traditional Chinese Medicine?

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Organization: ROSHI Corporation MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain Hi Lynda, I’m sitting here wondering how many of the other ROSHIfolk haven’t noticed that I’ve been following the the picoTesla work of Reuven Sandyk, MD, for the last four years? I’ve posted abstracts of his work to the ROSHIlist. ROSHI’s transcendent version consists of driving a set of _experimental_ MagStim goggles, swapping out the LEDs, driven by ROSHI’s EEG, in the Complex(adaptive) and Discrete modalities. I had them with me, at Austin. Check with Julian Metter, Victoria Ibric and Carolyn Robertson. They appear to happy with what they’re finding No way is this a quick fix, but clients are surely feeling better. Warms some folk up, nice and toastie >Dear Colleagues, >I have a very dear friend (30 y.o. female) who has M.S. It was Dx’ed 2 >years ago and she initially did well with BFB, NFB, macrobiotic diet, >stress reduction, and the latest allopathic meds. She was symptom-free for >about a year and a half. She recently exacerbated after a bad bout with the >local flu bug that made the rounds, and now has lost vision completely in >one eye and 2/3 in the other. I would be interested in ANYTHING that anyone >has found to be helpful for M.S. >Many thanks, >Lynda Kirk

Best, .-. .-. / .-. .-. / / / .-. _ .-. / / / `-’ `-’ / `-’ `-’ http://www.post-trauma.com/roshi.html http://www.Starsaga.com/biofeedback.htm

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