Ted’s Remedies For Alzheimer’s Disease

12/09/2011: Ted from Bangkok, Thailand writes: “Multi-VitaminsI believe Alzheimer’s disease is commonly caused by a virus, usually the Herpes Simplex virus, which I see quite often. The standard of treatment is four hourly doses for a minimum of 3 days of lysine and threonine (helps excretion, kills the virus in neurons and immune system), between 500 mg to 1000 mg, but I use 1/4 teaspoon to 1/3 teaspoon doses, for each, usually 1/3 to 1/4 for lysine and 1/4 for threonine. After that, a maintenance dose twice a day for each would be fine.

Now many of my patients report no improvement in memory. Well, that remedy was meant to stop the progression of Alzheimer’s caused by the virus. So other parameters did improve (socially, immune systems, etc.). But there is a second part, which is basically to restore or regrow the neurons.

 

That requires basically hydergine 1 to 4 mg and piracetam, at least an 800 mg dose. That is the minimum. But if you really want to get rid of the virus, then you need something in addition to the lysine, such as selenium 600 mcg (yeast form) and BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene) 1000 mg a day (such as 500 mg x 2) to get it completely out of the system in some cases because it prevents replication of the virus, both of them! So if the virus doesn’t reproduce for long enough, you get 100% kill. The same thing with malaria and mosquitoes, if you don’t allow them to reproduce, it is the most effective method. DDT kills but it doesn’t prevent reproduction, and so they can become resistant. The same thing with bacteria and antibiotics. If the bacteria don’t reproduce you also get 100% kill, but antibiotics just kill and the few that survive become resistant to the antibiotic.

 

So the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease is really a minimum of two stages, 1) kill the virus that causes it 2) restore some of the nerves destroyed (thus restoring the memory). There might be another remedy, but I require donations to buy these, such as centrophenoxine, gingko, ginger, etc. or you can try them yourself.

Ted from bankok

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