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3538Re: [pfaf] Re: MLS Multiple sclerosis help

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  • Veal T
    Jan 2, 2009
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      weedsthatplease.com and mellowgold.com seem to have a brisk market for the canabis (I haven't used them personally though)

      as for our Manofpeace

      http://www.montelms.org/ is a good place for info on current stuff, how to get drugs cheep or at no cost from the drug companies, studies, suport etc...

      revolutionaryhealth.com has a few studies you can read on MS treatments

      increased water solubles especially B1 seem to show promise

      Alpha lipoic acid has been helpful in a mouse study and recently showed biochemical marker improvement in a human trial. A dose of 10 to 25 mg of R lipoic acid may be appropriate. Most R lipoic capsules come in 50 mg, so, opening a capsule and taking a portion is one option.
      Carnitine has been found helpful in reducing fatigue in patients with multiple sclerosis.
      Curcumin blocks the progression of multiple sclerosis in a laboratory study.
      Fish Oil capsules and ginkgo biloba have shown intriguing preliminary evidence of efficacy.
      Flavonoids may be helpful
      Consider Vitamin D.
      Nicotinamide has been studied in rodents.
      Yoga is helpful

      ( from http://www.raysahelian.com/multiplesclerosis.html)

      Andrew Weil (he a MD) suggests

      Decrease protein toward 10 percent of daily caloric intake. Replace animal protein as much as possible with plant protein.
      Eliminate milk and milk products, substituting other calcium sources.
      Eat organically grown fruits and vegetables as much as possible as well as organic products made from wheat and soy.
      Eliminate polyunsaturated vegetable oils, margarine, vegetable shortening, all partially hydrogenated oils, all foods (such as deep-fried foods) that might contain trans-fatty acids. Use extra-virgin olive oil as your main fat.
      Increase intake of omega-3 fatty acids from fish, walnuts, or flax and hemp seeds.
      Eat more fruits and vegetables.
      Eat ginger and turmeric regularly.
      Take acidophilus culture and psyllium if constipation is a problem, or use the ayurvedic herbal bowel regulator, triphala.
      Take my antioxidant and daily multivitamin formula and a B-50 complex vitamin, and a multi-mineral supplement daily.
      Take 5 grams of soy lecithin granules daily (store this in the refrigerator).
      Take 30 milligrams of coenzyme Q (Co-Q-10) two or three times a day.
      Do some kind of light aerobic exercise on a regular basis. Choose something you enjoy but do not push your self to the point of exhaustion.
      Visualization, meditation, and hypnotherapy can redirect your mental energies in positive directions.
      Experiment with traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic medicine from qualified practitioners.


      Jim <cromlech108@...> wrote:
      I would say that if your m8 with MS is interested in the cannabis cure you need to do following,(in terms of security in particular):
      1/ Get firefox with Tor anonomizer add on button etc.
      2/ Research up growing methods and seed source etc etc.
      3/ Obtain seed and get sent to separate address from grow place.
      4/ Grow seed and keep very very quite about it.
      5/ Do it organically and on eco electricity tarrif if indoor grow for
      best quality.
      6/ Take herb and start to be able to move body around again!

      This way your friend will get the best quality and also will be much
      much cheaper and probably safer than buying. If you can find sound
      grower who will donate to medical user then so much the better. Other
      wise its £150 plus for an onze of quality buds...and it has to be the
      best and there is a lot of rubbish around - badly grow with huge
      amounts of chemicals pumped in, underdried and underweight piss take
      deals.

      Blessings








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