What You Need to Know - Multiple Sclerosis Treatments

By Veronica Carrillo

When it comes to neurological diseases which are debilitating, Multiple Sclerosis is the one most commonly found amongst the young. It is usually strikes between the ages of 20 and 40. It is not curable, but sufferers typically go through natural periods of remission or calm. It affects 2.5 million people throughout the world.

MS attacks present themselves differently in each individual. Symptoms can include visual problems, painful eye movements, bodily weakness, tremors and depression. It can also cause inexplicable and inappropriate emotional responses, for instance laughing when hearing bad news.

In most of the cases multiple sclerosis is not a fatal disorder. However there are some exceptions in rare conditions where they suffer from other parallel diseases to MS. Proper treatment and care can help MS affected patients to lead a normal life for longer time.

Scientists have not yet found what triggers Multiple Sclerosis. There are several theories however. One theory is that it might be connected in some way to natural light levels. This is based on the observation that more people suffer a serious relapse in the lighter spring months than the darker winter ones. It is also supported by the fact MS is much more prevalent in certain geographical locations, for instance it is much more common the further you get towards the poles, but rarely found around the equator.

Honey Bee Venom consumed in the form of bee venom honey, has been declared to heal even long time victims of MS in as little as a week! Taking Calcium, Magnesium, Vitamin D, Potassium and Chromium daily, is credited with completely eliminating all of the symptoms of MS very quickly. Turmeric is very helpful in reducing the symptoms of MS by taking just a tsp. three times a day. These are just a sample of the options available to those seeking relief from this horrible disease through the medium of holistic alternative medicine. If you want to pursue a more in depth study of your options with MS I suggest you give yourself an alternative medicine education. There is so much information available to you in this regard, especially on-line.

A third hypothesis is that it is caused by a pathogen or virus. The theory is that once the infection is contracted the immune system attempts to destroy it. But if it is disguised to mimic its surroundings then the body will end up destroying itself in the process. It is hoped that when MS is finally understood, scientists will then be able to develop an effective treatment. - 30402

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Alternative Paths Ms Patients Reveals Promise

By Dr. Julian Reindhurst

On August 18, 2008 A La Times medical reporter interviewed a group of doctors that were researching the benefits of medical marijuana. Depending on the audience, marijuana is just as dangerous a drug as PCP and heroin and therefore should be kept illegal, or it's a wonder herb that is just bursting with unknown benefits and is being suppressed by the government--or perhaps its a little bit of both: a plant with tremendous benefits as well as drawbacks, yet worth looking into.

While the political arguments continue over medical marijuana, a group of researchers continues to investigate the effects of inhaled marijuana to treat muscle spasms, nausea, and pain.

The researchers point out that all drugs carry risks--when you look into most medicine cabinets in American households, you will find them filled with aspirins, antihistamines, and pain killers. What doctors try to do is weigh the positives versus the negatives of what the medicine can do and from there they reach a decision--why not for marijuana as well, some researchers are asking.

The truth, say researchers, is that marijuana has medical benefits that assist with those living with cancer pain, multiple sclerosis, nausea associated with chemo therapy, and chronic pain syndromes. Research has shown that the risks associated with marijuana are real but generally small. Newer medical discoveries of the medicinal benefits of marijuana have been since hindered the research team says.

Dr. Donald Abrams, chief of hematology and oncology at San Francisco General Hospital and professor of clinical medicine at UC San Francisco, says he sees patients experiencing nausea and vomiting from treatment, cancer patients in pain, not eating or sleeping well, and being depressed about their general situation.

He's happy that he live in a state like California where medical marijuana is legal by state law--this even as federal agents continue to raid on a regular basis the cannabis dispensaries that are in the state as well as scrutinize doctors who prefer to treat some of their patients with marijuana.

"I can talk to patients about medicinal cannabis [and] I'm often recommending it to them for these indications," Abrams says.

Medical marijuana use has a history stretching back thousands of years. In those times, the herb was used as medicinal tea in China, a stress remedy in India and a pain reliever for situations like earaches, childbirth and more throughout Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

Medical researchers have recently began to investigate marijuana's effects on various kinds of pain such as damaged nerves in people with HIV, diabetes and spinal cord injury; to cancer; and from multiple sclerosis. - 30402

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MS Multiple Sclerosis Can Easily Be Healed By These Five Natural Remedies

By Jay Geary

The cause for MS disease is still unknown. For the victims of this disease and their families, the pain and disability it can produce is overwhelming. Modern medicine not only cannot provide them with an explanation of what caused their life's biggest nightmare, but many times their version of an MS treatment ends up being worse than the disease itself.

There are plenty of natural solutions for those suffering from MS disease that go beyond just zeroing in on the multiple sclerosis symptoms. If an MS treatment is only concerned with dealing with the symptoms of MS and not the MS itself, in my opinion it's all but useless.

The world of holistic health offers many options for healing MS and they are all beneficial. There's not enough room to even list them in this short article, but I would like to begin by offering a quick warning for anyone with MS. Never allow anything containing Aspartame to ever enter your mouth again! If you'd like to know why, then read a few pages from the book Excitiotoxins: The Taste That Kills, by Dr. Russell Blaylock. It's a very informative piece of work centered around MS.

You might be able to heal yourself of MS with the natural cures I've listed and still maintain an unhealthy lifestyle, but I wouldn't recommend it. Healthy is as healthy does, is the way it goes for MS patients or for anyone, wanting to get, or stay well.

Still keep taking your prescriptions if you like, but include the holistic MS treatments I've listed and very soon you'll no longer feel the need for all of those medications because your multiple sclerosis symptoms will be gone, along with the MS disease as well. The more cures the merrier, when it comes to healing MS naturally and the rewards will be realized much quicker and be more profound, if you include other regimens also such as, reducing your stress, taking the appropriate supplements, and eating the right diet.

1. The Elemental Miracle actually takes over for the immune system and is an absolute Godsend for those dealing with MS. I have seen many reports attesting to that fact, and if you have any doubts just visit my website and read the MS testimonial. This lady was an MS patient for many years and came to believe MS is a sickness that is caused and perpetuated by pathogens, which cannot survive in the body of someone taking the elemental miracle. Many naturopaths believe MS is infection related, which is one of the infirmities the elemental miracle specializes in. Besides being a molecular mercenary for the immune system it also eliminates all traces of mercury and any other heavy metals.

2. Bovine Colostrum, why, no one seems to know, is one of the top natural MS treatments, and the word is, it can cure MS in a month or less.

3. Honeybee venom, yes from bee stings, but you can also get it in the form of bee venom honey, has been documented to have healed years of chronic MS in a week!

4. Turmeric is an effective natural aid to calming the symptoms of MS. If you can take at least " tsp. three times in a day you may well forget you have the disease.

5. Calcium, Magnesium, Vitamin D, Potassium and Chromium taken daily, has been reported by many to have completely eliminated any and all symptoms of MS. Also vitamin B12 and any good organic source of the 72 trace minerals have been credited with being sufficient for an MS supplement cure.

Diet has been recognized as a form of MS treatment all on it's own. A vegan diet is applauded as one very reliable means to avert MS. There are many famous instances of persons healing MS with diet including playwright Roger Mac Dougall.

The main focus of any MS diet should be to eliminate all gluten and casein from it, and to reduce acidity while increasing the bodies alkalinity. There is plenty of information on my website about how to lower the bodies acidity and raise it's alkalinity. You might want to review the section on candida as well as the one on MS.

Of course this single article can only provide a glimpse as to what's out there. Just know that if you stay with it, this disease can be naturally healed. Whatever you do, don't just quit the the real cure thinking your going to get better taking those MS medications with all of their warnings and side affects, that always make you wonder if they're not actually causing you to feel worse.

You can use all five of these natural MS remedies together, and why not? I am so happy to be able to inform you about the real way to deal with MS. It is so unfortunate people have to suffer so much, from a disease that can be so easily cured. - 30402

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