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Posted by Ted (Bangkok, Thailand) on 11/08/2009 383 posts

Since I don't receive any questions from earthclinic on strokes, I have decided to make a brief summary on this condition, in case someone is interested.

This is the remedy for a stroke victim, where there is a blood clot in the brain and was unable to improve for at least half the year. The medication I have looked into didn't make sense. The iron supplements had to be discontinued, this causes the blood clot. The medication that dissolves blood clot didn't make sense since if the iron were discontinued, the anti blood clot medication doesn't need it either. Besides, my approach to increasing iron has never been to take iron anyway. A daily 2000 mg dose of piracetam were counter-productive, since it's taken everyday, that causes a cascade of neurodegeneration, when there is not temporary discontinuance of the medicine.

It was changed from taken everyday, to taken once every two to three days. This the body can handle. The dinner was discontinued, the objective was to get three bowel movements a day.

Initially the bowel movement was once every ten days. When I first had a glimpse, the bowel movement appears to be about once every three days to once a day, which was unacceptable. The stroke was bought on by daily meals of steak which leads to constipation and the blood became toxic, leading to clotting, which leads to stroke. Hence steak was discontinued, only salads are eaten for dinner.

DETAILS OF TREATMENT

Stroke victim: entire half of the body is paralyzed, partial feeling only in the right foot. The rest no feeling. Cannot talk, not possible to use right part of body.

In the first day of remedy, feeling restored for the entire leg, on the third day was able to take bath, unassisted, On the second week, is regularly talking to his son over the cellular and able to go on exercise bicycle by herself. Although not a perfect remedy, always need improvement. This is just only my archive and the woman's doing fine since last reported about a week ago.

Constipation, Blood clot, low rate of healing, digestive enzyme deficiency, anemic, low stomach acid, recovery slow, wounds don't heal, brain damage from stroke, blood clot, flatulence, possible electrolyte imbalance, in particular potassium, metabolic acidosis, inability to communicate.

Needs three month's supply of:

1. Digestive enzyme
2. tetra EDTA
3. Magnesium Chloride
4. Potassium Citrate
5. Sodium Citrate
6. Baking soda
7. Potassium Carbonate
8. Humic acid to help digestion
9. White tea to lower blood sugar
10. Granulated Lecithin
11. Chlorophyll Drops
12. Hydergine
13. Piracetam (Nootropil)
14. Zeolite Azomite
15. Iodine and potassium iodide
16. Vitamin C
17. DMSO
18. B50 Bottle
19. Amino acid
20. Vitamin C
21. HCl
22. Borax,
23. Glycine

I expected the recovery time to be three months, apparently it went much faster than expected, after only 2 or 3 weeks.

The recovery is about 80-90% back to normalcy.

My only concern is the supplements may need to be discontinued or reduced much faster then expected.

Ted

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
01/08/2010
383 posts

As for the update for the stroke victim, she continues to improve. However, it is my feeling that women generally recover from strokes faster then men because women have higher progesterone levels.

Hence in a stroke victim, I have modified the remedy to use progesterone cream apply near the neck area, on the side of the neck, as this area has the least fat that reduces absorption. This allows people, and especially men, to recover from strokes faster. In fact a progesterone that is very low in men may also be what's causing the stroke and prostate enlargement.

Men generally need a lot less progesterone then woman, but they still need it.

The dose for a progesterone cream applied is around 1/8 teaspoon once a day for women for 4 days out of a week. For men the dose maybe 1/2 of that to be applied for only 2-3 days to out of a week, at only 1/16 teaspoon. This allows the brain to recover from stroke faster and repair the damaged myelin sheath also.

I am also expected to attend a wedding of the stroke victim (who is a mother to the son who's getting married) this February in Hong Kong.. Obviously she's strong enough to go and her speech has returned (after the paralyzimh stroke she couldn't speak) and now she regularly calls her son by cellular phone.

Replied by Sophiya
Fairfax, Virginia
05/04/2010

Please, explaine how to use those 23 remedies. thank you

Replied by Paul
Duluth, Mn, Usa
06/20/2010

Yes, more details about the treatment please.

Replied by Curious From Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa
04/15/2011

Please give more information on the treatments and how to use them. Also - please provide some information on how to prevent strokes and how to treat someone with a mild stroke. Thanks so much!

Replied by Gjergji
Long Hanborough, Oxfordshire
12/12/2011

My brother suffered a stroke on 11 March 2001. Fortunately, he has since been in "stable" condition. However, he never gained his speech back and he is paralysed on the right side of his body.

I copied the medication list you provide in your blog, but it doesn't say what dosage to use, when and how frequently.

I would be grateful if you could assist me with the followings:

1. Either to indicate the method and the application (dosage of each medication, the frequency and when) of the medication that has been used in the given case; or

2. Any clinic that would be prepared to accept my brother to undergo this treatment.

I thank you in advance for your kind assistance in this matter

Regards,

G. Shajko

Replied by Debbie
Melbourne, Australia
12/13/2011

Gjergji, here is an interesting article by Dr. Hoffer. Niacin will have some affect on his brain following a stroke but it will also give protection for his heart to stop another stroke.

Well worth looking in to.

http://weeksmd.com/2009/01/dr-hoffer-on-cholesterol-and-niacin/

Replied by Pam
Venice, Florida, Usa
01/13/2012

Ted, Please respond to the many of us who seek more detail on your list of 23 remedies - how much and how often?

My husband also has isolated systolic hypertension as a result of the stroke - is on several medications for it. Do any of these remedies have a negative effect on systolic pressure? Thanks for your valuable information.

Replied by Chavi
Fort Worth, Texas
11/23/2014

Is there a way to contact you about my dad's stroke symptoms and challenges. I don't fully understand your remedies.

Replied by Jason
Fort Worth, Tx
11/23/2014

Can you please post the dosage and duration of each of the 23 supplements for stroke recovery? Patient has a feeding tube in their stomach and is diabetic. Are all of these supplements ok to use via feeding tube?

Replied by Nik
Ann Arbor
01/21/2018

Hi Debbie,

I'm also interested in Dr Hoffer work. He advocates taking 3 gr and more of niacin and Folic acid of 30-50 mg per day (while the recommendation doze is 1 mg/day) Do you (or anybody) have some observations over this. Thank you much!