How many homeopaths have you gone to? Have they treated
this with success?
Have you checked out low dose naltrexone? Google ldner's .org.
♡ simone717 8 years ago
Baljitraman 8 years ago
shamid 7 years ago
It would be important to know what caused the Demyelination on a bio-chemical level.
MS is considered an inflammation, where the body produces more T-cells and attacks the bodys own myelin. Myelin is about 40% water; the dry mass is about 7085% lipids and about 1530% proteins. Myelinated axons are white in appearance, hence the 'white matter' of the brain. In humans, the production of myelin begins in the 14th week of fetal development. During infancy, myelination occurs quickly and continues through the adolescent stages of life.
Therefore you may want to find out what caused the myelin problem and if exposure still exists. It could be caused by an autoimmune deficiency but also by other environmental factors. Heavy metals like lead or mercury are known to cause inflammation. Chemicals can have the same effect. Even proteins we absorb through our food chain.
A good way to start is with a healthy diet. Healthy water will help to cool off the body. Make sure it is not contaminated. Standards vary from country to country. In the US fluoride is added to the drinking water, which is banned in other countries because its toxicity.
Add more green food. Salads are anti-inflammatory.
Proteins can cause an autoimmune response. You may consider replacing proteins from certain milk and milk products. Try a gluten free diet. Prefer brown rice over white.
Look up the Evers diet. It suggests unprocessed foods. It can be rich in omega 3-6-9 fats, like from unfarmed fishes or cold pressed olive oils. It will help the cell membranes and improves activity of the mitochondrion, the power plants of our cells. Add fruits and vegetables to get the enzymes. Try grated carrot salad. The finer it is grated, the better it can be absorbed.
As general homeopathic remedy against inflammation you can try Ferrum Phosphoricum. But rather look for a holistic anamnesis and treat accordingly.
With best wishes!
TorstenJ 7 years ago
I am diagnosed with MS in 2011... I got second ms attack last week .. I took steroids for this but no effect.
Whn i got first attack it ws treated with Mitoxantrone... This is my second attack of RRMS .... I want to get rid of alopathy medicines... I want to try simething with homeopathy or ayurvedic.. After reading many suggession i got small hope tht my desease can b treated well with homeopthy... Currently I am in Pune India and i want genuine help in the form of suggessions as which doctor shall i prefer for homeopathy.. I hv fear of loosing my right as it got completely numb after my second attack... Plz suggest me proper way of treatement and a doctor i should consult wiyh...
Vajiha 5 years ago
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