The Instant Cure for Arthritis Pain, Fibromyalgia and More
From Alternative Medicine - consumer's Guide to Natural & Medical Cures which promotes Bottom Line/Health, P.O. Box 53409, Boulder, CO 80321-3409 http://www.bottomlinesecrets.com/
Do you suffer from arthritis or a bad back? Do you get headaches or sore muscles? Do you ever get mysterious pains that your doctor can't explain?
If you answered "yes" to any of the above questions, then I have great news for you. There's an amazing cure that relieves all those pains and more - and it works in just minutes!
This cure doesn't involve drugs or supplements of any kind. It doesn't require doctor's visits, acupuncture needles, or chiropractic adjustments. In fact, it doesn't require any ongoing expense whatsoever.
So what is this amazing cure? It's static electricity.
Doctors have long recognized that the human body is pulsing with tiny electrical currents. "Normalizing" this flow of electricity promotes healing. In fact, medical doctors now use low-voltage electrical current to help mend broken bones.
You can get a similar healing effect by using static electricity. All you have to do is sweep a charged object across the part of your body that needs relief.
To get started, go to your local hardware store and buy an ordinary painter's mitt...plus a one-food section of PVC pipe that is 1-1/2 inches in diameter. Rub the pipe vigorously with the mitt for one minute, then slowly sweep the pipe over the part of your body that hurts.
Move in a head-to-toe direction, about a half inch away from your skin. After three or four passes, recharge the pipe by rubbing it again. Keep repeating the process until the pain subsides.
Most people who try this get relief within a few minutes. In fact, studies show that this technique was effective for 72% of arthritis sufferers...75% of muscle-pain sufferers...76% of headache sufferers... and 81% of fibromyalgia sufferers!
Bottom line: Static electricity is safe, effective, and costs practically nothing. That makes it an alternative remedy we highly recommend!
from http://www.gulfwarvets.com/ijom.htm - Personal experience of Gulf War Vet
To treat the remaining problems, I underwent Ozone therapy. This much debated and often criticized treatment by the mainstream traditional medical community brought me relief and returned me almost to my original state of health with on remaining symptoms of significantly impaired eyesight and joint pain. Dr. Gerald V. Sunnen, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of New York University reports that as early as World War I, ozone's bactericidal properties were used to treat infected wounds, mustard gas burns and fistulas.1 According to Dr. Sunnen, ozone has a long history for use in water purification.
"In a study published in the journal Subtle Energies & Energy Medicine (1998, 9(3):171-90) researchers discovered that patients who used mind/body medicine practices such as meditation tripled their chances of improvement over a 12 month period, compared to patients who did not use such practices.
"The study was conducted by William Collinge, Ph.D. and Ellen Raskin, M.A. of the Flowing River Institute in San Francisco, and Paul Yarnold, Ph.D., research professor of medicine at Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago. Seventy patients were randomly assigned to training and control groups. Those in the training group were taught mindfulness meditation and a Chinese form of mind/body healing called chi kung. To gauge improvement the researchers used the SF36, a standard health status survey used widely in medical outcome research. "
"The researchers concluded that patients with CFS -- and particularly those who are most impaired in their roles at home or work -- should be strongly encouraged to adopt a daily mind/body medicine practice of their choice, and involve themselves in social support."
"Zinc is a trace mineral that is very important in maintaining a healthy immune system. But as many as 85 percent of CFS patients may have a serious zinc deficiency, which is extremely common among AIDS patients as well.
"A physical sign of zinc deficiency -- which is, according to some researchers, found in a large number of CFS patients -- is white spots on the finger nails, a condition called "leukonychia." Some CFS researchers have reported that a large majority of their CFS patients exhibit the white spots on their fingernails that are indicative of zinc deficiency.
"Zinc deficiency may be responsible for another symptom of CFS -- alcohol intolerance."
"Magnesium is a trace element that is necessary for the activities of many enzymes; serious deficiency can cause vascular problems, convulsions, tremors, depression, and psychotic behavior. In 1990, a British research team discovered that not only did CFS patients have a deficiency of magnesium in their red blood cells, but that magnesium injections actually helped some symptoms to improve."
"CFS patients also have decreased amounts of the hormone that instructs the brain to produce cortisol, which is called CRH (which is short for "corticotropin releasing hormone").
"Interestingly, cortisol deficiency is also one of the most common hormonal abnormalities seen in AIDS."
"Both cortisol and CRH deficiencies can cause lethargy and fatigue."
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"Exhausted adrenals are also unable to produce sufficient amounts of the salt-retaining hormone aldosterone. So much salt (sodium) is lost in the urine that again potassium leaves the cells, resulting in still-greater muscular weakness, slowed contractions, and partial or complete paralysis of certain muscles. ...People with adrenal exhaustion usually have low blood pressure, which indicates that salt should be obtained."
from Let's Get Well by Adelle Davis
In the book America Exhausted, Breakthrough Treatments of Fatigue and Fibromyalgia, Dr. Edward J. Conley lists the following to be considered in treating CFS: amino acids- phenylalanine and tyrosine, stopping antibiotics, treating allergies with neutralization therapy, Ginko, Hydergine, Choline, DHEA, melatonin, testosterone, basic hypoglycemia diet, anaerobic exercise, glutathione, lipoic acid, desiccated adrenal capsules, co-enzyme Q-10, creatine, L-carnitine, N.A.D.H., anti-candida diet, and elimination diet.
"... magnesium allows our muscles to relax. If our bodies become calcium deficient, we can borrow from the large reserves contained in our bones, but when our bodies become magnesium deficient, we must borrow from the already low supply in our muscles. But as our muscles lose magnesium, calcium charges in to replace it, and, as a result, our muscles grow tense and cramped. This can result in debilitating problems, especially the exacerbation of chronic fatigue symptoms....It is know that intracellular magnesium deficiencies exist in patients with this disorder....Another patient of mine was virtually cured by magnesium, along with other supplements and dietary changes....I treated Joan with a variety of supplements, and magnesium was first on the list. I find 500 milligrams of magnesium aspartate per day is an optimal oral dose. But with a patient like Joan, who has been ill for years, I also gave her some supplementation with intravenous magnesium and vitamin C, to help flood every cell in the body with this needed nutrient, particularly during acute flare-ups." - pages 25-26
The Nutraceutical Revolution by Richard Firshein, D.O.
"The far infrared sauna has been very beneficial in treating fibromyalgia (FMS) and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFIDS). A number of doctors now believe that the "toxic load" of these patients are very high and their detoxification pathways are often compromised. When one is able to reduce the toxins and heavy metals in those with fibromyalgia (FMS) and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFIDS), their symptoms often greatly improve. A number of people are also suffering unknowingly from mercury poisoning or from other heavy metals such as lead and aluminum. The infrared sauna has been invaluable in accelerating the removal of these toxic metals. By raising the core temperature and creating a 'hyperthermia' effect the infrared sauna also improves a number of parameters in the immune system."
"Since Feb. 1995, thousands of customers have purchased Enadaand continue to experience benefits from this important energizing coenzyme. Hundreds of physicians in the U.S. have been using NADH with their clients suffering not only from Parkinson's or Alzheimer's disease but also from depression and chronic fatigue syndrome and overall lack of energy. Remarkable beneficial effects have been reported by them. Doctors have reported that Enada is the best antidepressant they have ever experienced with their patients. Virtually no side effects have been observed.
" (NAD) with high energy hydrogen (H) which provides energy to the cells."
Enada NADH: A New Therapeutic Approach In Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)
Sanum Pleomorphic homeopathic treatment:
"Activive™ reverses the complex symptoms of CFS and Fibromyalgia by balancing your cellular metabolism! ...is a recent scientific breakthrough that both doctors and patients agree upon as the single most beneficial influence upon multi-symptom Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.... is specifically designed to address all the root causes of CFS and Fibromyalgia (FMS) simultaneously at the cellular level....restores optimum energy production and eliminates the stress factors that waste and over-utilize energy resources...." http://techmedica.com/ [Sounds like a miracle pill. Costs about $70/month. But if it works....]
Form of vitamin C called IV Ascorbate - IVA
"It's shown to work for breast cancer and many other malignancies... Can be used by itself or to complement mainstream therapies... Proven 100% safe and non-toxic...Patients who get it live up to 6 times longer. ...Linus Pauling...What followed was the most vicious smear campaign in the history of medicine. The world's only two-time Nobel laureate was cynically denounced as a quack. His enemies funded a study that was specially rigged to refute him - using drugstore vitamin C instead of IVA. " - Health & Healing, One Executive Way, Forrester Center, WV 25438, Dr. Whitaker, 1-800-211-7657