posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 07:15 PM
If it is TRUE ALS or Gehrig's disease, there is really nothing that can be done.
Having said that, there are a great many cases popping up now which are not a true form of that disease, but rather an autoimmune response which is
attacking the nervous system, most often caused by a nasty little organism called a mycoplasma.
Mycoplasmas which have been running rife through the population and attacking young people between the ages of 10 to 50 are hard to detect, because
they have no cell wall and so hide inside regular cells. Depending on what they attack, they can cause everything from Rheumatoid Arthritis to
FIbromyalgia to Parkinson's to ALS to MS and everything in between.
The first thing to do is to confirm whether the disease is true ALS, or an autoimmune response to the nasty mycoplasma (which, in my opinion and
research, was weaponized with the brucella virus at Ft. Detrick, Maryland and set loose on the population starting back in the 1970s). The only test
for this is a type of DNA test which only a few laboratories do. The DNA test will expose the mycoplasma fermentans incognitus.
If it IS the dreaded mycoplasma, there are a few routes to take. The first is to go on long courses of doxycycline for at least a year. The other
route is to use herbal antimicrobials, such as Samento, Banderol or Cumanda.
Many people who thought their lives were over found out that what they had was a nasty bug, courtesy of the US Army, which is treatable once it is
identified. It is not an easy bug to kill, but with patience and determination, it can be done. There is a world of difference between infection and
a sudden neurodegenerative illness of unknown etiology.
I think everybody who ends up diagnosed with a life-altering illness (for me, it was Rheumatoid Arthritis) needs to find out what is causing their
disease. There are just too many cases of autoimmune disorders running rampant through our world, which just "came out of the blue" (yeah, RIGHT).
Determine the source of the disease, and then the course of treatment will become clear.