Re: Causes / Cures for MS?
- From: "caesarjbsquitti" <orders@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 8 Mar 2006 20:37:06 -0800
There are two probable causes, and simple cures for MS.
Both of which is not what the 'business of drugs' wants to find.
1. A contaminant.
2. A bacteria, much like those found for Crohns or Ulcers.
In this case the bacteria renders the absorption of key chemicals
impossible and the symptoms are the disease. The key word here is
Remember each person may react to the same 'problem' differently.
In both some sort of detoxification is necessary.
I am attaching this posting concerning Schizophrenia, with the hope
that you may be further motivated to seek a simple solution for these
simple problems, and understand why the 'research' systems are rather
ineffective in finding a simple cure...
Caesar J. B. Squitti
Treatment for Schizophrenia.
It took me some 6 months of research to discover that the current
definition of half-truth, lie and truth were incomplete. Sometimes the
most obvious is overlooked.
In regards to Schizophrenia, the logic of the disease may suggest that
their may be a somewhat simple explanation for the 'chemical
problems'...and the related symptoms; a corrupted intestional system,
usually infected by some sort of bacteria that is rendering the
absorption of key chemicals ineffective.
My personal experiences with a tenant labelled as schizophrenic
suggested that he also had severe intestional problems, and it would
seem that a connection between the two was never considered.
The cause, is difficult to detect, however one should appreicate that
we label these symptoms, based on the inability of finding an organic
cause; that is not the best strategies, since ulcers, and now Crohns
have been found to be caused by a bacteria.
I would suggest the following:
1. Anti-parasite be it a wide spectrum antibiotic or garlic, etc....
2. High fiber and water..
3. Probiotic, ie yogart.
This particular treatment is simple, inexpensive, and MAY work. If it
does then I would suggest to move on to some other possible cause. A
bacterial or parasitic cause seems very, very probable.
There was also another possible link, and that is over the counter
prescription drugs. It was noted that some individuals experienced
schizophrenic incidents after flu like symptoms. The discovery that
certain over the counter cold / flu medications contain amphetamine
like components, ie PPA, suggests that these episodes may have been
caused by not a flu virus but the over the counter drug that was taken
for the flu; suggesting a drug company cover-up.
Here is a link:
Caesar J. B. Squitti
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