Ted's Remedies

Posted by Mark (USA) on 05/12/2011

Hello Ted, I have a 6 year old daughter. She has Cerebral Palsy, Spastic Diplegia. Can you please give me an update about your Cerebral Palsy remedy?

Many thanks!

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
05/16/2011
384 posts

There may be a possible cure for Cerebral Palsy,but this is based on another disease, MND (motor neuron disease) however the symptoms are about the same. In Cerebral Palsy, the mother gets infected and the disease goes to the placenta, however the only thing that will get through the placenta barriers is two things: the nanobacteria and viruses. When a fetus get infected, the viruses make the home in the brain, which is why you have this cerebral palsy. In fact they actually are active but it bypasses the immune system. In MND, you get infections from food or environment which enters various places. The ones I found it enters the stomach area and goes through the spinal cord, another area it goes through the nasal passages. In any case I found the cure for at least 2 cases like that with the antiviral remedy. The remedy I used (I was in a hurry) since the child was already unresponsive and advance condition of MND I had to get a lot of antivirals. The symptoms actually improve after one week and the child was responsive and be able so sit by herself. Enough about me, here it is the antiviral and antibacteria remedy for both MND and Cerebral Palsy:

1. BHT
2. N Acetyl Cysteine
3. Colostrum
4. L Threonine
5. Vitamin C
6. Curcumin
7. Lysine
8. Andrographis Paniculata
9. Tryptophan
10. Beta Glucan
11. Centella asiatica

That is the main remedy for both MND, ALS, and Cerebral palsy. As to the dose the most important is Lysine and Threonine (for a child dose) 1/4 teaspoons of Lysine, with 1/8 teaspoon of threonine, Beta Glucan 1/8, N acetyl cysteine 1/8 and vitamin C 1/8 every 1 hour for 4 hours twice a day for at least 3 days. If it is too sour you can add baking soda to it. The tryptophan is taken only twice a day. The colostrum is taken 3 times a day but at only 1/2 teaspoon away from the rest. Andrographis paniculata is taken in capsule form because they are too bitter and is taken 3 times a day, curcumin 3 times a day, and so is centella asiatica.

BHT is taken twice a day at 1/8 teaspoon. This should take care of MND, ALS and Cerebral Palsy in general. I know there are more things but that is the remedy I give.

Ted

Replied by Daniel
Aberdeen, Wa
06/19/2011

I been taking MCT oil & Wheat Germ oil consistantly for two weeks as well as Aginine & carnitine & Choline together.

Niacinamide, theronine, & lysine togther at least 3x a day

I been taking atomic iodine, & Chlorella for 3 months for detoxaficaton as well as EDTA with MSM & Acetyl Cysteine & Baking Soda before bed

I haven't seen much results. what should I add to this to see more progression

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
06/21/2011
384 posts

The remedy mentioned to use arginine should not be given. According to latest research most cerebral palsy people have suspected viral infection that can can caused damaged, that is viral hepatitis B. Bacteria doesn't cross the placenta barrier as well as blood brain barrier, but virus does, and it does so with other groups of people, not subjected to cerebral palsy. Arginine especially would put fuel to the fire since virus requires arginine for growth and any other supporting remedy. But with lysine in the remedy it will keep virus in suspension. So the resulting thing is no improvement.

What is required is lysine and threonine yes, but without arginine at the very least. Whenever you are stuck with things that doesn't work you go back to the simpler things first. The core remedy is really simple, and is repeated in any antiviral remedy I give regardless of the diseases that are related to virus as follows:

Lysine 1/2 teaspoon and threonine 1/4 teaspoon hourly for four hours in the morning.
Lysine 1/2 teaspoon and threonine 1/4 teaspoon hourly for four hours in the evening

Continue this for two weeks but
If the child suddenly has a sugar craving add glutamine to the remedy - you add in 1/4 teaspoon to 1/3 teaspoon to the remedy.

What I found from my work is these viruses may be active in cerebral palsy, and if inactivated, there may be some cure for cerebral palsy.

You are also not following my protocol as per posting on 5/16. That would work also, but just start with this protocol better since I know some people have problems obtaining some of the things I required. The protocol is based on weight of a 90 to 100 pound person, since I assume it will be children, just calculate based on there weight.

So let us stick the basic first and get some improvement, and we go from here and once it's working we can try the other remedies slowly, but I wouldn't add arginine. Don't add other remedies that is not included unless you know what the do.

Ted

Replied by Joshua
Columbus, Ohio U.s.a
08/24/2011

Ted, I have read through this whole thread and am not totally sure what I definitely should get for my son (6) who has mild CP and what I shouldn't. Could you give me more detail for someone who has never done any of this. Also do you do personal consultation through SKYPE or anything like that?

Replied by Joshua
Columbus, Ohio
08/28/2011

how many milligrams is 1/4 teaspoon of Thronine and lysine?

Replied by Zia
Dubai, Uae
11/23/2011

My son who is 4 yrs, suffers from speech delay, constant colds, tight muscles in right hand, right leg. He is a very poor eater, is hyper, has no awareness of his surroundings, is very aggrressivve ( bites, hits, pinches, screams ) and has been removed from different schools.

I am writing with a lot of hope to find some cure for my beautiful son. Please help me. I am a little confused by all the treatments that have been mentioned Dr. Ted. On 6/12/2009 you mentioned diff stages that are to be followed. But on 05/16/2011 you have given a new list of medicines. When do we follow these? What dosages are for children? Which stage of your treatment plan should we introduce these supplements?

I am desparately in need of help. Please help my child Dr.Ted.

Replied by Debbie
Melbourne, Australia
11/23/2011

Zia, magnesium will help calm your son down and also help his tight muscles. I give my son epson salt baths and also magnesium chloride baths (both of which are calming). Epson salts are also a form of magnesium so you are giving it to them via the skin. I also give him magnesium citrate every day.

My son also has a speech delay and I give him iodine as well (lugols 5% 2 drops per day). A book I read said that magnesium and iodine are the first things you should reach for with these children (as they are usually deficient). Iodine will also help detox the body from heavy metals, flouride and bromide.

A good book which may help you is by Dr. Natasha McBride (Gut & Psychology Syndrome). She talks about gut issues causing many problems. She also has some good youtube videos you can watch. I have put one below. It is a 7 part video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLP0Ijo2CK4&feature=list_related&playnext=1&list=SP93AB582D9B1D055B

Replied by Lardiver
Abbotsford, Bc Canada
11/23/2011

Try feeding him coconut oil, use the oil for everything and stop using other oils except olive. But coconut for him. MCT oil from health food stores is a good one, 2 - 4 tablespoons a day if he's small maybe less to start. Buy good quality cooking coconut oil, cheap stuff is not as good.

Replied by Zia
Dubai, Uae
11/24/2011

Thank you so much for your quick replies Debbie and Lardiver.

I re-read my message , and forgot to mention that my son has mild cerebral palsy, causing spasm (tightness) in his right hand and rite leg. His leg turns inwards ( called Scissor gait or way of walking). Both knees tend to turn inwards. He has extremely low immunity and has very less energy throughout the day. He constantly looks tired. Also, he has loose jaw and mouth movment and thus drools alot. it takes ages for him to focus on one thing.

Is there something I can give for all these problems? Also, I couldn't find any Magnesium chloride, only mag citrate for adults ( nothing for kids).
Can I crush one tablet and give it to him daily instead of using MgCl as suggested by Dr.Ted??

Replied by Jeni
Orem, Ut
07/14/2012

What are the success rates for Ted's plan in children verses adults? (I'm 40) Thanks!


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