MS-Multiple Sclerosis

The list of natural herbs that benefit MS is quite long and has many opinions from professionals in the healing field. Every person with MS will have a different response to each and every one of these herbs.

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Pain & MS relief- This compound relieves pain and calm the nerves. It helps reduce muscle spasms, hysteria and nervous conditions. Good also for head problems, pain, headaches and facial twitching. Reduces some MS symptoms.

MSM Powder- helps rejuvenate joints and all body cells, lessens the pain and stiffness of arthritis, boosts energy level.

Milk Thistle Seed-supports liver and digestion

Ashwaganda-helps nerve exhaustion and loss of muscular energy

Echinacea–supports the immune system

Hawthorne berry is good for stress

Turmeric is an anti-inflammatory

Muscle relaxant Use for tight, sore muscles, backache, bursitis, lupus, muscular problems, pleurisy, rheumatism, spasms and tetanus.  

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Study: Low Vitamin D Can Lead to Multiple Sclerosis

Sarsaparilla RootLiquid Tincture/Extract

Sarsaparilla Root Powder

Not to be confused with sasparilla and sassafras, which are used to make root beer, sarsaparilla is derived from the bark of a thorny vine native to South America. It is a member of the Smilax species, which includes many tenacious thorny vines from around the world (including our cat brier). Many Smilax species have been found to have valuable medicinal properties, but before you head for the woods with machete in hand, note that it’s much easier to buy capsules in a bottle than harvest a brier patch.

Benefits of Sarsaparilla

Traditionally sarsaparilla was used as a general tonic and for relieving fatigue, but also to treat rheumatism, the common cold, leprosy, gonorrhea, and gout. It was one of the early effective treatments for syphilis. Sarsaparilla has shown activity against borrelia, the bacterium that causes Lyme disease. It has been adopted as a primary herb by the Lyme community. It has activity against other gram negative bacteria and also antifungal properties.  One of the most interesting properties offered by sarsaparilla is the ability to bind endotoxins. Endotoxins are substances released by killed bacteria. Endotoxins can cause significant systemic symptoms when pathogenic bacteria are killed. It is the source of Herxheimer reactions during treatment of both Lyme disease and syphilis. Sarsaparilla has been shown to decrease Herxheimer reactions. Psoriasis has been linked to endotoxins produced by pathogenic bacteria in the gut and, not surprisingly, sarsaparilla has been used for ages in treatment of psoriasis.

Sarsaparilla offers potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It has also demonstrated usefulness for treating other types of skin conditions including eczema and acne. Sarsaparilla is known to enhance immune function and offer adaptogenic properties (reduces fatigue and improves stress tolerance).  Main beneficial qualities of sarsaparilla include:

  •  Binds endotoxins (reduces Herxheimer reactions)
  •  Antibacterial properties against gram negative pathogens (syphilis, Lyme)
  •  Beneficial for psoriasis and potentially other skin conditions
  •  Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant
  •  Immune enhancing
  •  Adaptogenic

Side effects: Uncommon. Sarsaparilla is generally well tolerated.

One of the biggest medical scandal’s of the last 100 years is the fact that since 1911 the medical establishment have known that Multiple Sclerosis is caused by a bacterium, and that Big Pharma have covered this up in order to profit from so called “MS patients”.

Medical research shows that the living Borrelia bacteria were found in the brains of people who had been diagnosed with MS.

Time and time again. By at least a dozen medical researchers. In at least ten countries. Since 1911 – the past one hundred years. Several older but also recent autopsy findings linked to in this article found that all deceased MS patients’ brains harbored living Lyme spirochetes. Even when tests, notorious for their large percentage of false negatives were used on living MS patients, staggeringly many tested positive for active Lyme borreliosis.

Then why isn’t this common knowledge? Surely, those thousands of MS experts and MS researchers can’t be all wrong?

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This rash reaction is called a Herxherimer reaction. It is a good thing but the patient will suffer for about 24 hours. It tells me we are on the right track. A herxheimer reaction in the case of a herb for Lyme is due to die off of the spirochete which usually results in a rash or re living the Lyme symptoms- headache, arthralgia and myalgia. Although not pleasant it is a GOOD reaction. I love this herb as its active constituents cross the blood-brain barrier allowing the herb to be neuroprotective. Not all medicines and herbs cross the blood brain barrier. Sarsaprilla is especially good for the arthritic and skin symptoms of Lyme. The use of this herb was extremely popular between 1935-1960. There are great research studies about this herb. It is also useful for other infections such like leptospirosis, tuberculosis, and African sleeping sickness. There are even a few anti tumor trials.

The dosing is gradual as with the other herbs for Lyme. The usual dosage is between 425-500mg. Start with 1 capsule 3 x a day and then gradually go to four times a day. Try to gradually increase to the maximum dose which is 3 capsules four times a day (q.i.d.). Maintain this dosage for 8 months to one year.

I know what you are thinking . You would rather take an antibiotic rather than any herb as the dosage and length of treatment is higher and longer. Well I agree it takes the right kind of person to stick to an herbal Lyme protocol. Antibiotics have been found to be ineffective and many individuals in endemic Lyme areas are still infected and do NOT know it.

There is lots of newer information in Stephen Buhner’s new book, Healing Lyme Disease Coinfections which was just released. In this book he looks at many of the co infections that go along with Lyme which are Babesiosis, Bartonella and Mycpolasma.

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