WHAT CAN I DO FOR MY HUSBAND'S ALS?

Posted by Aceanddeuce (New Orleans, Louisiana) on 09/27/2011

Ted- I don't where to begin to help my husband. He is in the beginning stages of ALS. He has muscle twitches across his chest and arms and is losing strength in arms rapidly. Can you give us a formula we can begin? Any help would be grateful?

Replied by Kelly
Catawissa, Mo, Usa
10/03/2011

Thoroughly follow Ted's mange/demodex mites info. It's important to also clean your housem vaccuum, food grade diamataceous earth, dampwipe, keep pets isolated, use his solution twice a week and on yourself w a vinegar rinse that you do NOT rinse off. It took me 18 mnths if toture to find these remedies. Dermatologists are all assholes and have straight up said to me that I cannot get this mite when 1. I do, 2. I have no immune system which makes me a great host, and 3, vets rememdies will break you financially!

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
09/28/2011
383 posts

Muscle twitches are alleviated with magnesium chloride 60 to 70% and the rest water, and given 10 drops x 3 times a day before meals or on an empty stomach. Potassium citrate is given once a day at 1/4 teaspoon 30 minutes after meals, and taurine is given at 1/2 teaspoon once a day. B complex B50 is given once a day for 5 days. This should be enough to help absorption. The ALS itself I believe is adenoviruses, and they appear in a majority of ALS cases. These need to be killed with zinc acetate 15 mg once a day, Lysine monohydrate hydrochloride, given hourly in morning for 4 hours and the same in the evening for at least 3 days. Thereafter, (to save money), is given 4 doses in morning and one dose in the evening before sleep, threonine is given the same as the lysine and is responsible for your immune system.

ALS people are very sensitive to high homocysteine, as it is a neurotoxin, so any addition of any neurotoxin is deadly, e.g. monosodium glutamate, excitotoxins aspartame, etc. Therefore we might give trimethylglycine (betaine) depending on conditions, there are two forms betaine and betaine hydrochloride. The regular betaine is not acidic, so I usually give that, but if his mouth is watery and cannot swallow saliva, it is a sign of low stomach acid, and we give betaine hydrochloride, the usual remedy is given before eating (so they can digest the food with sufficient acid) at 1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon three times a day before meals. Selenium may be low in most ALS patients and therefore is given at 200 mcg x 2 times a day.

Ted


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