Young Daughter with Cerebral Palsy, Supplements

Posted by Anonymous (Anonymous) on 09/16/2011

Dear Ted, My daughter 7 yrs old has Cerebral Palsy. She can't sit/walk on her own but with support can sit. Her understanding is good. I have seen your remedy and started giving Vit C and ACV. But I find it very difficult in getting magnesium chloride, lysine, L threonine. since there is no branded tablets/capsules/syrup available readily. I don't fine any smell in her Urine but we found smell on her stool. Do we need to give magnesium chloride 70% solution? My question is:

1. Whether magnesium chloride procured as raw material and can be diluted with water to make 70% solution.

2. Likewise Lysine, L Threonine, EDTA, Sodium Citrate, Potassium citrate also prepared with water- Is it OK?

Your expert opinion in this regard sought. Thanks in advance.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

I suspect that a lot of cases of cerebral palsy are due to infection of mother during her pregnancy. While the placenta is a barrier to most bacteria, the nanobacteria and virus may infect the baby and live their life in the neurological system of the newly born. The method of treatment is to restore this, but I suspect you need a type of supplement that penetrates the blood brain barrier, such as sulbuthiamine, ascorbyl palmitate, which is oil soluble, but current chemical industries for lysine which penetrate blood brain barriers do not exist.

But enough for the theories, based on her smelly stools it indicates faulty digestive enzymes, and this can be easily corrected by vitamin B complex, the ones I prefer is B50, which is more or less 50 mg of B1, B2, B3, B6, B7, B8, B9 except for B12 which is 50 mcg, taken for a week or two. This should improve her a lot. As to lysine, threonine, etc. you don't need branded tablets, but I prefer powder or capsule forms. India is well known for producing these but is not known for exporting to foreign countries, but China does. So you should be able to find them in India.