Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a demyelinating disease that disrupts parts of the nervous system, causes various symptoms that affect the body and the mind, and sometimes leaves permanent neurological problems as the disease progresses.
In mainstream medicine the cause is not clear. And yet, powerful drugs are prescribed to “keep the symptoms (not the cause) under control.”
However, doctor Paolo Zamboni believes that MS is actually caused by constricted neck veins that impede normal blood flow to the brain, and that a simple procedure called Liberation Therapy is the answer. With said therapy the affected neck veins are dilated via angioplasty, which then allows blood to return to its natural flow or good perfusion. Watch this video.
On the other hand, doctor David Wheldon is quite sure that MS is actually triggered by a bacterium called Chlamydia Pneumoniae, and said bacteria can easily be rid of with cheap (and sometimes free) antibiotic. Watch this other video.
Interestingly, both doctors, applying their respective theories, managed to cure their wives who both suffered from MS.
Even so, others believe that MS is an autoimmune disorder that can be held in check with an Autoimmune Protocol Diet (AIP) and/or a prescription of Low Dose Naltrexone, an off-patent drug that supposedly has no side effects and that BIG PHARMA has taken off its radar.
So, what’s an MS sufferer to do?
Well, since BIG PHARMA rarely cures anything, and since its every solution is a drug that inflicts even more diseases via nasty side effects, these solutions are worth looking into.