In Mesotherapy, Biopunture & Neutriceutical Injection Therapy, all ingredients are natural substances authorized only by a licensed Injection Therapist. In this 1945 report from the British Medical Journal, pioneering biochemist Dr. Intravenous (IV) nutritional therapy provides vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other nutrients directly into the bloodstream. Even after the chickenpox goes away, the virus remains, but goes dormant in certain nerves in the body. Most adults have contracted chickenpox as children. Start with a very small amount of cream and gauge your reaction before using a full dose. Manganese – a cofactor for the potent antioxidant superoxide dismutase, which fights free radicals, a known source of pain.
Morishige to determine your diagnosis for Biopuncture treatments. Such unintended consequences speak to why “naturalist” researchers of the time warned of the dangers of widespread supplementation with synthetic micronutrients, pointing out that only whole foods of time-tested nutritional value can be relied on to provide vitamins and minerals in the forms and ratios required for human health. That dose is adequate for fighting the symptoms of a cold, but when you actually want to kill the virus itself or destroy cancer, only the IV dose, that can be given as high as 100,000 mg, will give the body what it needs to destroy these daunting enemies. In two to three weeks, the crusts fall off. Generally the area affected is excruciatingly painful and sensitive to touch. Consult Part Five of Future Health Now Encyclopedia or a homeopathic manual to match your symptoms more closely with a specific remedy. Serine – blood levels of this amino acid are much lower in fibromyalgia patients.
When treating chronic complaints, there may be improvement after one or two sessions, which is then followed by a change in symptoms before there is an actual improvement (reaction phase, adaptation phase, and in some cases temporary worsening). There is little doubt that in many of these cases the deficiencies in the diet were multiple, and it is assumed that successful treatment of the predominant deficiency with a single factor of the B complex showed up other deficiencies that had previously been masked. GLUTATHIONE INFUSIONS are comprised of amino acids that serve the body in many important ways, such as detoxification of heavy metals, strong free radical scavenger, prevents damage to DNA and RNA, boosts immune function, creates enzymes to assist the liver with detox. Some people compare the pain to an electric shock. Throughout the world, the incidence rate of herpes zoster every year ranges from 1.2 to 3.4 cases per 1,000 healthy individuals, increasing to 3.9–11.8 per year per 1,000 individuals among those older than 65 years. MY HEALTH LIBRARY: Visit my Organized Wisdom Health Library where you will find hundreds of written, audio and video files for your wellbeing. Selenium – deficiency is linked to fibromyalgia; in one trial, symptoms improved in 95% of patients supplemented with selenium for at least 4 weeks.
Morishige utilizes the Traditional Chinese Medicine acupuncture meridians and energetics with biopuncture. These experiments were designed to follow up a series whose results were reported a year ago. Functional levels of several antioxidants – coenzyme Q10, glutathione, selenium, vitamin E and lipoic acid – were measured using SpectraCell’s micronutrient testing. – Your immune system is weakened by medications, disease or stress. Massage (not on or near the affected area) is a way to relax your nervous system and calm the nerves. RECOMMENDATIONS: For a complete list go to my Resources. LINK to ABSTRACT Coenzyme Q10 for Parkinson’s disease.
The use of biological injections can benefit those patients who have tried conventional medicine but have had no success, or those who have had to stop taking conventional medication because of side effects. The B1, KI, and Mn supplements were added as dilute solutions daily to the liquid used in making up the ration, which was fed as a stiff paste. Vitamin C and E – Partially restores thyroid function when liver detoxification ability is compromised. If shingles has already developed, doctors will prescribe an antiviral drug, corticosteroids (to ease inflammation), antihistamines or pain medication. Copper – Low levels seen in experimentally induced hypothyroidism; Indirectly affects thyroid status by its antioxidant role via superoxide dismutase. However, please send general questions that I may be able to answer in my blog. Asparagine – This amino acid is part of the structure of thyroid stimulating hormone which regulates communication with other hormones.
The syringes always have natural substances used in General Medicine, provided by Pharmacies and delivered by multiple injections in very small amounts: strain relievers, anti-oedema agents, anti-inflammatory agents, vasodilators, calcitonins, multivitamins, etc. In certain cases the litters failed completely to survive to weaning; in others a few members of the litter survived but were much below normal weight and in very poor condition; and in some instances litters that were nearly normal in weight and apparently quite healthy suddenly showed the convulsive fits that enabled their condition to be diagnosed as pyridoxine (B6) deficiency. ALPHA LIPOIC ACID – This nutrient protects against the neuronal injury that occurs in the presence of toxic proteins found in brain tissue of Alzheimer’s patients. Going to bed by 11 p.m. B VITAMINS – Folate, Vitamin B6 and B12 are important in methylation processes. Deficiencies in one of these vitamins can raise homocysteine levels which is linked to increased Alzheimer’s risk. Vitamin B1 protects against mitochondrial dysfunction that causes dementia.
As a result, toxic side effects are very unlikely. Comparison of the groups showed that the lactation performance deteriorated as the level of B1 increased and that conditions were made worse by the addition of chalk. Its role in the transport of fatty acids to the mitochondria explains its beneficial effects on fatigue, which include both physical and mental fatigue. Or, you can try taking 800 to 1,600 mg of vitamin C per day. CHOLINE – Another member of the B-complex, choline is the precursor molecule for the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, which is intimately involved in memory. Choline deficiency can induce mitochondrial dysfunction in the brain that clinically presents as cognitive impairment. CHROMIUM – In a placebo-controlled, double-blind trial, chromium supplementation for twelve weeks enhanced cerebral function in older adults, possibly as a downstream effect of improved glucose disposal in patients with insulin resistance.
B-Complex vitamins are a popular choice of athletes. In Group V, which had extra chalk with medium B1, 10 cc of milk again proved insufficient, although the performance was better than in the high B1 and chalk group with 10 cc milk. INOSITOL – A member of the B-complex of vitamins, inositol regulates cell membrane transport, thus explaining its key interaction with several hormone and regulatory functions. J Med Virol. Inositol treatment also has beneficial effects on depression and anxiety. OLEIC ACID – This fatty acid found primarily in olive oil and is the precursor to oleamide, which interacts with several neurotransmitters and has demonstrated anti-depressant like properties. Oleic acid also facilitates absorption of vitamin A into cells.
Vitamin B-12 (Cobalamin): Plays a role in the body’s growth and development. The lactation performances of four of the groups are summarized in Chart I, which shows the average weight curves of the individual litters from birth and indicates the occurrence of convulsions. VITAMIN C – Next to adrenal glands, nerve endings contain the highest levels of vitamin C in the body. Schmader KJ, et al. VITAMIN E – In addition to antioxidative properties, vitamin E reduces death to cells in the hippocampus and protects brain from glutamate toxicity. High dietary intake of vitamin E may lower Alzheimer’s risk. ZINC – Low functional status of zinc is linked to negative alterations of the immune-inflammatory system, which can cause depression, impair learning and memory and a reduce neurogenesis.
It helps maintain healthy nerve cells and red blood cells and is also needed to make DNA, the genetic material in all cells. The symbol † indicates the death of a rat; × indicates the occurrence of fits. Similarly, the use of many drugs in treating heart disease often lead to various nutrient deficiencies. 5. Although the causes of hypertension often overlap, micronutrient deficiencies can cause or worsen this condition. Several mineral deficiencies such as zinc, copper, calcium and magnesium have been linked to high blood pressure. Research also suggests that a high level of oxidative stress eventually takes its toll on our arteries, ultimately causing hypertension.
Intrinsic factor deficiency causes pernicious anemia. Moreover, the weaning weights of the young in these two litters were practically identical: 38.3 and 37.8 g. The powerful antioxidant lipoic acid reduces blood pressure by inhibiting inflammatory responses in the blood vessels. 1998 Nov;178 Suppl 1:S104-8. Vitamin B6, B12, folate, serine and choline are all necessary to properly metabolize homocysteine and reduce the risk of arterial scarring. In fact, B-vitamin therapy has been an effective treatment for reducing heart disease and blood pressure. The heart’s requirement for energy compared to other muscle tissues is incredibly high.
Heart palpitations are a common symptom during stressful periods which may include but are not limited to strong emotions, vigorous activity, certain medicines, caffeine, alcohol, nicotine and some medical conditions. The young progressed quite normally, and the average weaning weight was 49.7 g, as compared with 41.9 g in the section of the group that received no pyridoxine supplement. Vitamin B1 (thiamine) is another key component in energy metabolism by helping the heart increase its pumping strength. Acta Derm Venereol. Coenzyme Q10 is also required by cardiac tissue in large amounts to properly function. Statin drugs deplete the body of CoQ10, so deficiencies of CoQ10 in statin-users are particularly common. Scientists now emphasize that heart disease is actually an inflammatory condition within the blood vessels.
Folate along with other B vitamins are also vital for nerve function. Thus in Group III (high B, with no chalk) only two litters showed fits, whereas five litters were affected in the previous test, and no instance of fits was noted in the second test in either Group II or Group IV. Glutathione is the most potent intracellular antioxidant and actually helps to regenerate other antioxidants in the body. Walter R, et al. An optimal antioxidant status is particularly important in the prevention of chronic diseases such as heart disease and stroke. Since many antioxidants work together synergistically, measuring a single antioxidant may not provide an accurate picture of total antioxidant function. SpectraCell’s SPECTROX™ score will provide a complete and accurate picture of the overall antioxidant status of patients.
Also known as Glycoaminoglycan, Hyluronic Acid acts as a network that transfers essential nutrients from the bloodstream to skin cells. As a matter of fact, [certain] skin lesions that developed during the mating and lactation periods in practically all the females of Groups V and VI indicate the presence of some deficiency other than that of pyridoxine. Micronutrient deficiencies accelerate atherosclerosis. 12. It also facilitates absorption of vitamin A in the gut, which is important because vitamin A is linked to lower levels of arterial plaque, primarily due to its antioxidant effect in protecting lipids from oxidation. Vitamin K supplementation to deficient people slowed the progression of plaque formation in major arteries. Vitamin B3 (niacin) lowers blood cholesterol (fats in the blood), inhibits the oxidation of LDL, and is currently the most effective drug available for raising the heart-protective, good HDL cholesterol.
Ha is found in the ECM of load-bearing joints. The high dose of vitamin B1 given in our experiments is, of course, far in excess of the amount likely to be found in any ordinary human diet, and the amount of pyridoxine in an ordinary mixed diet will probably be such that there is little risk of a deficiency being induced by the amount of B1 present. A recent study on more than 20,000 people concluded that adequate vitamin C levels reduced risk of stroke by over 40%. Similar studies on calcium, magnesium, folate and biotin all concluded that adequate levels of these nutrients contribute to a reduction in the incidence of stroke.