According to Dr. Gary Moore, a holistic physician who
administers inexpensive injections of calcium aminoethylphosphate (Cal EAP or
CaEAP), the answer is a resounding yes. He not only has MS but he was nearly in
a wheelchair before taking the shots, and now he is strong and actively pursuing
Cal EAP injections were developed in Germany around 1960 by
Dr. Hans Nieper and Dr. Franz Kohler and have been approved for MS therapy in
Germany since 1966. Dr. Moore was Dr. Nieper's patient in 1991 when he started
intravenous injections every other day. These continued for the next seven
years. His disease has stabilized, which in Dr. Moore's own words is "miraculous
since I was almost ready to use a wheelchair."
Calcium EAP is a mineral of sorts. The EAP is ethandamine
phosphate, which makes up 5 to 15% of the nerve cell membrane. Nerve cell
membrane and sheath are affected in MS. Over time, Calcium EAP repairs areas of
demyelination, sealing areas of damaged cell membrane. This leads to less spasm,
improved energy and endurance, and a quicker recovery.
treatments achieve best results when given as soon as possible after diagnosis,
even patients with the disease for 10 to 15 years can respond and improve. About
70% to 80% of all patients get better, while some patients do not respond at
all. When you combine the shots with proper nutritional supplementation,
results can be even better.
According to Dr.
Jonathan Wright of Nutrition& Healing newsletter, an amino-acid
derivative called Procarin can also help with the symptoms associated with MS.
Procarin is actually a histamine that is combined with another natural amino.
Exactly how it works is not known. One theory is that it may reverse the
blood vessel spasms associated with MS, restoring normal blood flow to the
currently available in a transdermal patch which is changed twice a day and
costs about $249.00 a month. It is available by prescription only from
compounding Pharmacies across the United States, Canada, and Australia..
Prokarin may decrease blood sugars, so use caution with hypoglycemia. It
is also contraindicated in persons with asthma. Thomas Lee Abshier, ND,
Portland, OR. (503) 255-9500 is familiar with the research literature
familiar with Procarin and able to prescribe it (if appropriate) can be found
through the American College for Advancement in Medicine (800) 532-3688 or (714)
583-7666. To find a compounding pharmacy, contact the International
Academy of Compounding Pharmacists (281) 933-8400.
Therapies for Multiple Sclerosis
Dr. Bruce West of
Health Alert, recommends using the shots in conjunction with a
nutritional protocol that attacks the root causes of MS: damage to nerves and
muscles with the resultant loss of their integrity; altered immune function; and
toxicity. He believes a nutritional protocol must be aimed at these causes. He
uses the following list of supplements by Standard Process Labs for at least
three years and claims excellent success:
Cardio-Plus (6/day), Chlorophyll Perles (2/day),
Cataplex G (3/day), Neuroplex (2/day), Organic Minerals
(3/day), Super-EFF (3/day), Zypan (3-6/day), and a tablespoon of
organic, raw flax oil. If you have a gastric ulcer, substitute Multizyme
He also advises avoiding all processed foods for the rest of
your life -- all fried foods, margarines, bottled or packaged salad dressings,
processed oils, soda, cigarettes, and almost all alcohol. Instead eat a diet of
whole foods (organic is best) with a third of them raw. He recommends the
Mediterranean Diet as a good style of eating for MS patients.
He also recommends MS patients eliminate all wheat and gluten
products from their diet for at least 30 days to see if this elimination
improves the clinical symptoms and also remove all chlorine and fluorine from
drinking and shower water. See Water:
The Misunderstood Nutrient for information on water filtering systems.
As soon as you
begin to enjoy improved strength and stability, start a program of resistance
exercises (weight lifting). Weight lifting can be safely and effectively
practiced by all people who are stable enough -- including those into their 90s
Dr. Dean Bonlie
of Calgary, Canada, developed Magnetic Molecular Energizer (MME). This
machine may remind you of the huge MRI machines but it does not surround the
patient so claustrophobia is not an issue and there is no need to stay
completely still during treatment. As a matter of fact, you can actually
sleep, read, talk or watch TV while lying comfortably in a movable bed.
The minimum magnet time is 4 hours, the maximum magnet time is 12 hours.
Most treatments require 80 to 100 hours to start so most people simply sleep for
10 to 12 hour segments. The results, so far, have been permanent, unlike
the other two techniques which require lifetime use.
To date more than
1000 peoples have been treated with MME which has worked extremely well in
treating spinal cord injury, shoulder tendonitis, arthritis in the knee,
fracture, cardiovascular disease, stroke, liver disease, brain injury, multiple
sclerosis, cerebral palsy, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, diabetes,
herniated spinal disc, Bell's palsy, Becker muscular dystrophy, fibromyalgia
/chronic fatigue syndrome, headaches, head injuries and all types of joint
problems. This list is still growing.
technology works in three ways. 1) It speeds up your natural healing
process about 20,000 times. 2) It causes heavy metals such as mercury,
arsenic, lead, and other toxins to leave the body. 3) It enhances the
production of stem cells. It is not suitable for allergy, infection or
cancer or for anyone with a medical implant or any kind of metal splint or pin,
etc. within the body.
expensive and that rules out as a viable option for many as it's not covered by
A Word to the Wise
Any chemical engineer can tell
you that when you put two different metals together in a salt solution, similar
to saliva, electrical current is generated. It is important to note that
the electrical charges generated by mercury amalgam fillings are also a threat.
The five metals in amalgam fillings (mercury, copper, tin, zinc and silver) when
placed in saliva, act as a complete battery, generating currents which may
interfere with proper cellular function.
The amount of electricity
generated seems quite small until you consider that your entire nervous system
is managed by very small electrical current. When you begin to understand the
impact of even a subtle electrical charge on your nervous system, it is actually
surprising that this link has remained so elusive. The electrical charges
emanating from the metals in your mouth may be in disharmony and interfere with
your normal electrical signals. It should hardly seem remarkable that this
current could make you ill.
To evaluate the electrical
impact of metals on bodily function, a device called a Pertec instrument is
used. It measures electricity in three ways: the voltage or potential
energy; the amperage or current, which is the actual flow of electrons; and the
milliwatt per seconds, which is the amount of force behind the flow.
Use caution when
removing mercury amalgams
In December 1998, the television news program, 60
Minutes, aired a story called "Is there Poison in Your Mouth?" which
focused on the controversy over mercury amalgam fillings. The viewing
public responded in droves requesting dentists across the country remove their
amalgams. Many dentists reacted to this pressure and replaced their
patients' fillings even though they were not adequately trained to do so. During
the months that followed, hundreds of people reported becoming very ill after
Mercury amalgams should never
be removed without adequate testing of the patients level of toxicity and body
chemistry as well as appropriate safety precautions, such as having the patient
breathe oxygen during removal, using large amounts of water, perhaps even
intravenous Vitamin C, etc. Before the procedure, supplementation with
vitamins, minerals and homeopathics is necessary to help balance the chemistry
to facilitate excretion and to protect against the increased exposure resulting
from removal and the ensuing dumping of mercury.
Other tests that
may prove helpful
A provocative "urine test" can reveal how
much saturation of mercury is in the tissues of the body. This involves
taking a baseline urine test for mercury and other heavy metals. Then a
chelating drug which binds the metals is administered. When the urine is
retested, you can see if there is a substantial increase of metals in the urine,
indicating a problem with metal buildup in the tissues.
Some dentists use a "mercury vapor test"
which helps determine how much mercury vapor is escaping the fillings. A
"dental materials compatibility test" will tell immunologically if you are
reacting to components in the mercury filling. "Electro-Dermal testing"
can also be used to help evaluate the impact of the mercury fillings on the
body's meridians. All of these tests are performed routinely by the
biological or whole-body dentist.