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Alternate treatments for the nervous system?

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posted on Aug, 4 2015 @ 03:48 AM
I was just looking for alternate treatments for nervous system and got to know that there is not any powerful and effective treatment like acupuncture. I got the references too for the best TCM Mississauga clinic for my nervous system treatment.

posted on Aug, 9 2015 @ 10:56 PM
a reply to: FlyInTheOintment
Do you have any amalgram fillings? these leech mercury into your nervous system and can be a real problem in the body, if you have them the first thing you have to do is to get them removed.
Gum Turpentine (only get in a glass bottle) is effective for nerve pain you can rub it on the skin mix it with unpasteurised honey, wait 3 hours after you have taken your medication before you use it you can also use this internally. try 1 drop every other day for a week then increase gradually this will remove all the parasites inside you.

as well as doing a load of other beneficial things do your research on it there is loads about it on the net here are some things for you to research

Jala neti balances the sympathetic and parasympathetic system only get a yoga practitioner to use the string to clean out the nose salt water may not be good for the nasal cavity?

quercetin stabilizes the nervous system and uptakes sulphur

knotweed kills lyme disease by interacting with the nervous system

lyme makes a biofilm to protect itself use 70% alcohol to penetrate through the film

Potassium is an important mineral that works with sodium for smooth electrical transmission in the brain and nervous system

B6 Pyridoxine is involved with protein fat & sugar metabolism & ultimately the metabolism of nutrients that affect central nervous system
B2 aids uptake

Almonds are great for the brain build neural pathways high in L-Carnitine and Riboflavin

The fourth and fifth studies show that opioid peptides actually exert strong development and regeneration of nervous tissue - they stimulate nerve growth.

Dates are rich in potassium and reduced in sodium. This helps regulate a healthy nervous system

silica cell salt

silica acts as an insulator for the nerves

Hans Meyer thinks that calcium salts have a sedative effect on the sympathetic nervous system, and diminish the permeability of the walls of the blood-vessels. When they are withdrawn from the system (as in oxalic acid poisoning), the result is an over-excitability of the whole visceral and cerebro-spinal motor nervous system.

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cold thermogenesis

Mercury vapour damages the central nervous system

Frankincense oil for respiration

How to clean out your nervous system
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posted on Aug, 9 2015 @ 11:49 PM
a reply to: jinni73
some for the brain

Boron and Iodine both work well on the brain

Taurine in some humans acts like Vit C Glutathione and vitamin C are the primary cleaners of the brain, tryptophan makes melatonin,

iron and zinc are needed in the brain iron helps prevent headaches

Strawberries good for brain as long as they are natural and have not been grown in chemical fertiliser or had any pesticides sprayed on them
cognitive research

Vit C combined with B6 are necessary for the brain to make neurotransmitters pyscho babble
the majority of headaches stem from stress, eyestrain, lack of sleep,
dehydration, caffeine withdrawal

Try B6 for headaches
Phosphatidylserine is a key building block for brain cells

CES treatment normalises electricity in the brain
Dyslexia is also being successfully treated with repatterning exercises at
the Stillman Dyslexia Institute. These exercises involve repetitive head
movements in particular directions that are designed to reinforce
patterning that should have taken place in early childhood 309 kilobites
Jalaneti yoga saline water therapy in and out of the nose better to use a yoga practitioner
Hydergine and nicergoline
Loss of dendrites decrease intelligence
rye fungi
epsom salts contain magnesium which increseas serotonin production which increases ATP

Peppermint Oil helps with migraines

things that enhance the way the brain works returning it to youthful levels

Brahmi is fantastic for the brain can reverse alzheimers in some cases
Piracetam, nerves regenerate increases cell metabolism and alertness energy levels pyroglutamate is the amino acid similar to this drug
stimulates arousal and motivation
acetyl l carnitine
alpha GPC
Vitamin B5 stimulates choline production
Vit C and B6 dopamine precursors
Yohimbe Bark increases dopamine be careful
theanine found in tea
griffonia simplicifolia natural 5http
tryptophan use B6 Vit C evening primrose oil is a good source for GLA as is blackcurrant oil and borage oil

Pycnogenol Pine Bark protects brain cells

Almonds are great for the brain build neural pathways high in L-Carnitine and Riboflavin

Neurological - Resveratrol can protect cells from dopaminergic conditions such as Parkinson's. Resveratrol activates SIRT1 which treats Alzheimer's. Generally, resveratrol may assist in strokes. Polydatin helps treat cerebral injuries

Reduce stress
ashwagandha root
Inositol sugar alternative stabilises membranes binds gabaergics to GABA receptors
lemon balm
passion flower st johns wort valerian
rhodiola rosea
sutherlandia frutescens adaptogen blood detoxifier
Niacin mood stabiliser
vitis viniferia (grape)


Haptocorrin for B12 absorption


Use linden flowers and jalaneti

sulphur gets rid of headaches but it also causes headaches after the detox of the cell needing to replenish more sulphur

Alpha lipoic acid (LA) is a sulfhydryl compound, used as dietary supplement and to treat a variety of conditions associated to oxidative stress ALA does the job of Vitamins C and E.
Glial cells are key modulators of neuroprotection. We show here that LA modulates specific glial parameters in C6 astrocyte cell line, such as glutamate uptake, glutamine synthetase (GS) activity and glutathione content, commonly associated with the protective role of glial cells. LA (10 and 50 μM) after 24 h of treatment significantly decreased the formation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and nitric oxide (NO) levels, and increased glutamate uptake (up to 20%), GS activity (25%) and GSH content (up to 40%). LA increase glutamate uptake probably by decreasing oxidizing conditions and/or by mechanism dependent of protein kinase C (PKC). In contrast, high concentrations of LA (1000 μM) decreased these glial functions. Moreover, this concentration increased ROS production and NO levels. In summary, these findings show that low doses of LA were able to modulate glial functions and it appears to have remarkable therapeutic potential in neurological diseases involving oxidative stress by improving glutamatergic metabolism.

Potassium is an important mineral that works with sodium for smooth electrical transmission in the brain and nervous system

Glial cells are key modulators of neuroprotection

posted on Aug, 10 2015 @ 12:50 AM
a reply to: FlyInTheOintment

watch this guy as well around 31 minutes he talks about removing pain but the entire video is well worth a look he comes out with loads of tips and truths

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