Monday, February 22, 2010


Gout : Lithium 10-15mg twice daily and Vit C 2g twice daily

Cluster headache

Graves' disease

Friday, February 19, 2010

Vit D

Vitamin D Deficiency Syndrome, or VDDS, exists

- when 25(OH)D levels are less than 50 ng/mL in patients
- with two or more of the following conditions: osteoporosis, heart disease, hypertension, autoimmune diseases, certain cancers, depression, chronic fatigue, or chronic pain.

VDDS is a group of diseases that are associated with chronic vitamin D insufficiency, and which cause a significant derangement of function. VDDS is more common among blacks, the aged, and those who either avoid the sun or are deprived of it.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Parkinson's disease - Ubiquinol and low dose naltrexone

How to use CoQ10 to completely stop the progression of Parkinson's disease.

When Parkinson's disease first shows up, it's very mild. But as time goes by, the symptoms progress to the point where they are completely incapacitating. If only there was a way to stop the progression of the disease. Well, there is.

Parkinson's is a mitochondrial disease. Mitochondria are the energy-producing parts of the cell. Every cell in your body has thousands of mitochondria. As long as the mitochondria are working efficiently, the cells (and you) will have boundless amounts of energy.

But as we get older, mitochondrial efficiency decreases. And as this happens, two things occur. First, the cells become deprived of energy and we start to function a lot like a flashlight with a weak battery. Second, poorly functioning mitochondria are the primary cause of the free radical damage that not only causes Parkinson's disease, but every other neurological disease associated with aging.

Although there are a number of nutrients that must be present in adequate amounts in order for the mitochondria to be working well, perhaps none are more important than coenzyme Q10. Most Parkinson's patients are very familiar with CoQ10. The fact that it slows the progression of Parkinson's is nothing new. But I'm going to show you a way to use it to completely stop the progression of Parkinson's.

First, let's look at how CoQ10 works. CoQ10 is essential for the first two phases of mitochondrial energy production called complex I and complex II.

Scientists at the University of California in San Diego recently examined the effects of CoQ10 supplements in patients with Parkinson's. They studied 80 patients with early Parkinson's disease. Their symptoms were so mild that none of them needed medication. Then they divided them into four groups. One group took 300 mg of CoQ10 each day, one group 600 mg, one group 1,200 mg, and one group took a placebo pill. The researchers then watched what happened over the next 16 months.

At the end of the trial, the patients who received the largest dose of CoQ10 demonstrated an impressive 44% slower rate of decline compared to the placebo group. Even the people getting the smaller doses had less disability than the placebo group. But the benefits were greatest in the 1,200 mg group.

Now for the easiest way to completely stop the progression of this nasty disease, I have been recommending a daily dose of 2,000 mg of CoQ10 to all of my patients with Parkinson's for several years now. And although I do not have a double-blind, placebo-controlled study like these researchers, so far this dose has completely stopped the progression of the disease in every patient who has tried it. It really is that simple!

You can find high-potency forms of CoQ10 online and in health food stores. Vitaline makes a high-dose product that researchers have used in many studies on Parkinson's disease.

There's also a new form of CoQ10 called ubiquinol that's better absorbed. Studies show that it's absorbed eight times more efficiently than regular CoQ10. So 50 mg of ubiquinol provides virtually the same high blood levels of CoQ10 as the regular form. To reach the equivalent of 2,000 mg per day of regular CoQ10, you would need to take eight soft gels daily. You can order ubiquinol by following this link.

As of September 2003, Dr. Bihari reported that there were seven patients with Parkinson's Disease (PD) in his practice, all of whom have shown no progression since beginning LDN. Indeed, two of them have shown clear evidence of improvement in signs and symptoms.

Two people with PD, the first patients with that disorder known to have been treated with LDN, have had good results that persist after more than two years on LDN. One patient, a man in his mid-60's from New Jersey, had his first annual revisit to Dr. Bihari for a check-up in April 2002. His wife reported that, in contrast to all the other members of his PD monthly group meeting, he seemed to have shown no deterioration in his functional abilities throughout the prior year. On a thorough neurological examination, Dr. Bihari found improvement in some signs of his Parkinson's Disease. Among these was now the absence of the glabellar sign, a primitive reflex that is consistently found in those with PD and which the patient had demonstrated the year before on his initial examination.

Another patient with PD is a 48-year-old male who began LDN in December 2000. Because he was seeing no improvement in his condition (although he wasn't getting any worse), he discontinued LDN in early March 2002. He called Bihari in mid-May 2002 because he was now beginning to see, for the first time in over a year, worsening of his PD symptoms. In those three months, the disease manifested increased tremor and rigidity in the involved arm. He resumed LDN and over the following two months experienced reversal of the progression that had occurred off of the drug. He was also able to reduce his dopamine-analogue medication by two-thirds, relieving the depression that it was producing.

Monday, February 8, 2010


1. Honey cough syrup
2. vitamin A,
3. zinc lozenges,
4. fluids ( soda bicarb) , and
5. rest,

Saturday, February 6, 2010


Asthma has increasingly become a very common affliction. In fact, it now affects some 20 million Americans, as it has increased by more than 300 percent over the last 20 years.

Asthma is an inflammatory condition, typically of your upper airways, that can cause:

* Chest tightness
* Shortness of breath
* Wheezing
* Coughing

Coughing is frequently overlooked, however it is one of the hidden symptoms, so if you suffer from unexplained bouts of coughing, you should consider getting yourself checked for asthma.

The Dangers of Conventional Asthma Treatments

The conventional asthma treatment typically consists of a non-steroidal bronchodilator – an anti-inflammatory agent that you inhale. It causes the smooth muscle cells in your lungs to relax, which opens up your airways.

If that doesn’t t work, the next level is typically an inhaled steroid, which is a very potent anti-inflammatory agent. The reason these aggressive types of intervention are performed is because asthma is indeed a serious condition. It can be fatal, so you need to be serious about treating it.

Unfortunately, the conventional approaches are not without side effects.

In addition to local side effects, the most common side effect -- which is typically not appreciated -- is that non-steroidal bronchodilators will double your risk of a heart attack.

And steroids, even though they can help reduce the inflammation in your lungs, are fraught with serious side effects, including:

* Cardiovascular disease
* Impaired growth of your body and internal organs (including your brain)
* Infections
* Cataracts
* Osteoporosis
* Diabetes
* Weight gain
* High blood pressure, and a variety of other disease conditions

These aggressive drug approaches clearly do not treat the cause of your asthma, and they can be quite dangerous, even lethal.

Clearly you’ll want to avoid having to resort to such measures. Fortunately there are simple strategies you can use that will virtually eliminate your need for these medications.

Safe and Effective Strategies to Treat Your Asthma

Although asthma is a serious disease, safely treating your asthma is not a complicated affair. Here are some basic, simple strategies that can help treat the root of your problem:

Optimize your vitamin D levels – We now know that there’s a very strong connection between vitamin D levels and asthma, as vitamin D can be a very powerful immune modulator. However, I don’t suggest just taking the recommended daily allowance, which is a mere 400 units a day. You really need to make sure you’re getting therapeutic levels.

This is ideally obtained from exposing a significant amount of your skin -- not just your hands and face -- to appropriate amounts of sunlight.

What is an appropriate amount of sun exposure?

Enough, from either the sun or a safe tanning bed, to turn your skin the very lightest shade of pink. Once you reach that shade of pink, your body is not going to produce any more vitamin D. In fact, you’re only going to cause damage to your skin if you increase your exposure past that point.

You can actually produce up to 20,000 units of vitamin D per day through this kind of exposure. However, you don’t need to be concerned with how much you’re producing, as your skin has a feedback loop that will shut down the production of vitamin D past a certain point. As you get sufficient levels in your body you’ll automatically produce less accordingly, so there’s never any risk of overdosing when getting your vitamin D from the sun.

When you swallow vitamin D however, this feedback loop does not exist so you need to be careful if you chose to take an oral vitamin D supplement as overdosing can be just as bad as being severely deficient.

I do recommend oral supplements if you don’t have regular access to the sun or a safe tanning bed. But if you do, make sure you monitor your blood with an accurate test . The one caution here in the US is to be certain your test is performed at a lab like Labcorp, that uses the gold standard Diasorin test for checking vitamin D levels. Due to information published by the New York Times about Quest labs, where they admitted to inaccurate results, I no longer recommend using them.

If you get your levels to about 60 ng/ml, there’s a strong likelihood -- especially if you combine it with exercise and balancing out your omega 3 and omega 6 fats as described below -- that you will not experience the symptoms of asthma anymore.

Increase your intake of animal-based omega 3 fats – I can’t emphasize enough the importance of getting sufficient amounts of high quality animal-based omega 3 fats in your diet.

Because although I strongly believe we all need plant-based omega 3 fats (and I consume some virtually every day myself, like hemp seed or flax seed), the difference is that most of us do not possess the metabolic machinery to rapidly convert the ALA in these plants to the higher order fats DHA and EPA, which are potent anti-inflammatories.

Although I still recommend fish oil in some instances, I believe krill oil is an even better source of omega 3 fats for most people.

Reduce your intake of omega 6 fats – In addition to adding omega 3 fats to your diet, you also want to reduce the amount of omega 6 fats you consume because the ratio between these two fats is very important.

Many don’t realize that about a century ago, people only consumed 1-2 pounds of plant-based omega 6 fats per year. Today, the average American is consuming about 75-80 pounds a year of these vegetable oils, such as corn oil, soy- and safflower oil.

When you eat lots of them, which you will if you use a lot of processed foods, the balance between omega 3 and omega 6 fats will become distorted, which can cause the type of inflammation that leads to asthma.

Consider the hygiene hypothesis – There’s a tendency in our modern culture to be obsessive about cleanliness, especially in children. However, this may not be as healthy as initially thought. It appears that being exposed to common bacterial and viral infections as a child can be instrumental in providing the stimulus to your immune system to prevent asthma naturally.

Get regular exercise – Exercise (especially out in fresh air if you’re an asthmatic) is actually crucial as it helps to moderate your insulin levels. It increases your insulin receptor sensitivity, and as a result your body produces less insulin, which tends to optimize it. Research has also shown that asthmatics who exercise tend to show improvement in:

Maximum ventilation
Maximal oxygen uptake
Work capacity, and
Maximum heart rate

You can also use allergy testing to build up your immune system. My experience is that conventional testing does not work very effectively and there is a fair amount of risk. A far better intradermal skin test would be provocation neutralization testing.

The American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) has a list of physicians who are trained in this highly effective technique.


Don’t you agree it’s a safer and wiser strategy to address the cause of your disease, rather than treating the symptoms with expensive, potentially dangerous drugs? If you follow these simple strategies mentioned above, you can virtually eliminate your need for bronchodilators and steroid drugs.

Asthma and Vit C

Beginning when you awake in the morning, take 1,000 to 2,000 mg of vitamin C every 30 minutes and continue doing so until you have a single episode of loose stool (not quite diarrhea). If you haven’t had loose stool after 15 hours on this dosage, increase the vitamin C to 3000 mg every 30 minutes.

After you have a loose bowel movement, reduce the dosage to 2,000 mg of vitamin C every hour. You will quickly find the dosage that is right for you. Adjust the dosage of vitamin C downward to stay below the dosage that will cause loose stool and adjust it upward to relieve asthma symptoms. The usual maintenance dosage to remain asthma-free is 15,000 to 50,000 mg of vitamin C per day taken in eight equally divided doses.

People with asthma should also avoid tobacco smoke, minimize stress in their lives and minimize their consumption of junk foods, meat and dairy products.

Friday, February 5, 2010

Miracle Mineral Solution

Cold, Sore throat, Sinusitis, URTI of Viral origin

Breath the ClO2 gas produced by MMS (with specific instructions),then gargle with extra MMS and resume taking as much MMS as you can handle without getting sicker or nauseous. Start out with one drop, and in an hour take two drops, then three drops at the third hour. Keep increasing, but drop back a drop or two if you notice nausea. For children ,start with half drops , never go above 3 drops an hour.

Then to stop coughing : by making watery phlegm. using Inhalation therapy, take magnesium mineral pills along with extra water and one Sudafed (tm) tablet every four hours (mucolytic and expectorant), cayenne soup, humidifier

Bad Breath
Gargle, brushing the center and back of the tongue with a toothbrush dipped in the MMS solution removes yeast and bad breath – noticeably.


Clara 6 and 6 drops method ( 1 hr apart ) three times per day. If tolerable- keep increasing the dose and drop back if nausea.

For very sick people- start with 1 and 1 drop then keep increasing if tolerable three times per day.


10 mg vit B12
9.6 mg Folic acid
1 tab Q multinutrient
Fill with DMSO in 60ml bottle.
Then transfer to eye dropper, apply inner side of forearm.

Also take iron supplements.