Homeopathy and its use in multiple sclerosisHey there, im a 3rd year medical student doing a special study module on homeopathy and its use in the treatment of symptoms caused by MS. I am looking for any papers published on this topic, ive heard that dr andre saine has published a few articles regarding this, but have not been able to find any solid evidence in the form of studies. Id be grateful for any information or links.
amna_uk on 2005-04-17
rizwan last decade
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A summary of changes:
1.Trusting in God and leaning and trusting and seeing Him as Savior ...and NOBODY ELSE/EVEN MYSELF!!
2. Taking the probiotic with soil organisms (I took massive amounts for several weeks gradually working up to--around 20 tabs a day) --backed down over the course of roughly 4-6 months until it looked like even a half would be too much to handle, due to the excessive detox symptoms, and it seemed like I was detoxing heavily without it, and improving still.
3. Eliminating the following from my rigimin:
antibiotics, steroids, chlorinated water, vegetarianism, photophobia (being afraid of the sun), refined carbohyrdates, sugar, anything with added corn syrup or sugar or sweetners.
thoughts that I eliminated: addictive thoughts/behaviors, such as antibiotics, comfort foods like refined wheat pasta, white rice, muffins, sugary foods, vegetarianism, and thoughts that i need a woman
4. Things I included: organic, grass fed finished red meat, sprouted with 100% whole grains (especially when I began the process), and sourdough with 100% whole grain, otherwise 100% whole grains--but even the sprouted and/or sourdough, I think is even better-especially with regards to wheat, because of the removal of phytic acid in wheat(which is a nutritional robber), more raw vegetables,my love for and my deepening faith in God, getting more sunlight without sunscreen, organic whole milk, lots of sardines during late fall through winter due to lack of vitamin D from sunlight, drinking lots of dechlorinated water which I make by adding vitamin c to tap water (about 100mg-125mg per 2.2 liters).
5. Running daily (with typically a day off per week for rest)
6. Listening to the body, with regards to sleep and running not too hard when detoxing seems to sap my energy
7. Engaging in stewardship by helping others that are less fortunate
8. Really focusing on faith to harness a close relationship with God, because I believe ultimately physically we should not be so focused/obsessed on, but living in and through the Spirit.
My Hypothesis Summarized:
1. Antibiotics, stress, corticosteroids, chlorinated water, pesticides, radiation, sugar, poor nutritional intake (perhaps, especially from vitamin D), and loss of other micronutrients from vegetarianism, refined carbs, caffeine, carbonation, pesiticide residue, and other western meds(especially birth contol, antidepressants, hormone therapies) leads to...
2. Intestinal microflora imbalance leading to....
3. Candida proliferation leading to....
4. Malabsorption syndrome and toxic byproducts (which there are like 70) of candida that adversely affect the thyroid/parathyroid leading to......
5. Abnormal thyroid/parathyroid function, specifically T4 to T3 ratios leading to.....
6. Decreased cellular detoxification, and increased oxidative stress
7. Demylinating-Axonal diseases, and other chronic diseases
beatms last decade
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