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    Ketamine Therapy for Treatment-resistant...

    Ketamine Therapy for Treatment-resistant Depression in a Patient with Multiple Sclerosis: A Case Report

    Michael M. Messer, MD, and Irina V. Haller, PhD

    Depression is a frequent finding in...
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    Even 800 mg is A LOT. Based on my own experience...

    Even 800 mg is A LOT. Based on my own experience (I only take it when I absolutely HAVE to), 2400 mg is probably dangerous. At that point you're probably better off switching to something else. You...
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    Psychedelics and cancer

    Can 5-MeO-DMT help cure cancer?

    Studies on the therapeutic potential of 5-MeO-DMT for cancer are very promising. For instance, it has been shown to exert strong anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory...
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    This really sounds chemical to me. I would ask...

    This really sounds chemical to me. I would ask your doctor about trying alternate meds. Or maybe one or more doses is too high. Nothing wrong with cutting back or switching these things out... this...
  5. New study suggests medical cannabis helps chronic pain patients reduce opioid use

    Mike Riggs
    Nov. 28, 2017

    Chronic pain patients who enroll in New Mexico's Medical Cannabis Program while using prescription opioids are likely to reduce their dosage of opioids and even to cease...
  6. An upside to Multiple Sclerosis? Cancer risk and MS

    Amanda Warren
    January 10, 2017

    Patients with Multiple Sclerosis appear to have a lower risk of getting cancer.

    A fall 2016 study by doctors in the New York State Multiple Sclerosis Consortium...
  7. SATIVEX: Cannabinoid treatment for MS As a...

    SATIVEX: Cannabinoid treatment for MS

    As a blog concerned with new developments in cannabinoid science, we tend to do a lot of writing about future treatments, or new scientific developments that...
  8. Many thanks, so sorry to hear about your mum. How...

    Many thanks, so sorry to hear about your mum. How do you reckon she contracted HVCJD? I gather you're not suffering from that.

    Best wishes now and always.
  9. Ketamine is changing the lives of patients with chronic pain, depression

    Meg Farris
    November 09, 2017

    Imagine being in pain, but current treatments don't help. Imagine suffering from clinical depression and current medications and therapy don't help.

    That is why...
  10. Low Dose Naltrexone dramatically reduced my severe chronic back pain

    I can Live Again!

    Low Dose Naltrexone dramatically reduced my severe chronic back pain, making opiates obsolete.

    Tim Riley
    March 1, 2017

    Q: Please tell us a little about your health...
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    by Jon Hamilton

    Fresh evidence that the body’s immune system interacts directly with the brain could lead to a new understanding of MS and Alzheimer’s.

    A study of human and monkey brains found...
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    So sorry to hear about your mum. Sometimes people...

    So sorry to hear about your mum. Sometimes people just can't to go on. You have the power to forgive. Let me share this with you.

    “To perceive again and this time it must be said, for all who read...
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    by Steve Elliott

    Early use of marijuana apparently delays ó and might even prevent ó the onset of Alzheimerís disease, according to a leading scientist in the field. But the work of longtime...
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    Ketamine Psychedelic Therapy for alcohol...

    Ketamine Psychedelic Therapy for alcohol dependence

    by Evgeny M. Krupitsky & A. Ya. Grinenko

    We carried out a controlled clinical trial on the efficacy of KPT. To determine the efficiency of...
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    When it comes to heart health, the main risk is...

    When it comes to heart health, the main risk is high blood sugar. It's not the fat we eat, but the fat we make. And it very much depends on how advanced your condition is. I've had
    stent work twice...
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    Multiple Sclerosis and depression

    When you're managing the symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS), it's natural that you might find there are times you feel down. If you notice you're getting depressed, let your doctor know. He'll help...
  17. I can Live Again! LDN dramatically reduced my...

    I can Live Again!

    LDN dramatically reduced my severe chronic back pain, making opiates obsolete.

    by Tim Riley
    March 1, 2017

    Q: Please tell us a little about your health condition.

    A:...
  18. Can medical cannabis decrease opioid deaths?

    Recent study concludes it will take a combination of medical cannabis and prescription drug monitoring programs to decrease opioid overdoses.

    John Lovett
    Nov 12, 2017

    Will implementation of...
  19. Is there a Connection Between Statins and ALS?

    Why would anyone ever consider that statin-type cholesterol-lowering drugs could be linked to ALS? As far as we can tell, the first published article on a possible linkage between statins and ALS was...
  20. Here are a few more positive reports I found: ...

    Here are a few more positive reports I found:

    I've been on LDN for over a year now. I started at 1.5 and then increased to 3.0 after a week, then I increased to 4.5 after 10 days. I felt more...
  21. My experience with low dose Naltrexone

    I am posting this because I have had such great success with the above combo that I would love to see if others can benefit.

    I have spent the last 10 years in a total coma. Simple task took 5x...
  22. Viral Soldiers: Phage Therapy in the fight against antibiotic-resistant infections

    Phage therapy to combat bacterial infections is garnering attention for the second time in 100 years, but solid clinical support for its widespread use is still lacking.

    Jyoti Madhusoodanan ...
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    Microdosing LSD safer than antidepressants, says...

    Microdosing LSD safer than antidepressants, says neurobiologist

    By Jacqueline Ronson

    When Ayelet Waldman embarked on an experiment to relieve her dark moods with the help of tiny doses of LSD,...
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    By David Concar

    MDMA is being hailed as the key to better treatments for the Parkinsonís disease, marking a complete turnaround from a few weeks ago when ecstasy was condemned for causing the...
  25. ^^ Wonderful to hear from you, and thank you for...

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    Wonderful to hear from you, and thank you for the lovely note. I'll respond in detail a bit later.

    Kindest regards,

    SP
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    We visited a clinic that delivers 45-minute...

    We visited a clinic that delivers 45-minute ketamine infusions for depression – here’s what it was like

    Erin Brodwin
    Nov. 8, 2017

    Ketamine is emerging as a potential new treatment for some...
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    Can Psilocybin treat severe depression? ...

    Can Psilocybin treat severe depression?

    Barbara Geller, MD
    2017 Oct 13

    Neuroimaging findings predicted response with this hallucinogen at post-treatment week 5 and correlated with decreased...
  28. Study links acetaminophen in pregnancy to ADHD

    by Susan Scutti

    Long-term use of acetaminophen during pregnancy was associated with twice the risk of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder in children, according to a study published Monday in...
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    by Justin Gardner

    Before the War on Drugs cast its shadow across humanity, a collective mind expansion was being achieved in part thanks cannabis and psychedelics. For decades the...
  30. MDMA could reduce Social Anxiety in autistic adults

    by Lucy Clarke-Billings

    MDMA could be taken by autistic adults to help them open up in social situations, researchers say. The drug is thought to encourage a positive mood among strangers and...
  31. "By far the most effective analgesic drug I have...

    "By far the most effective analgesic drug I have ever taken for my own purposes is methoxetamine (MXE). It reduces literally all of my physical sensitivities and aches and at least makes me not...
  32. Chance of colon cancer recurrence nearly cut in half in people who eat nuts

    An observational study of 826 patients with stage III colon cancer showed that those who consumed two ounces or more of nuts per week had a 42% lower chance of cancer recurrence and 57% lower chance...
  33. Combining vitamin C with antibiotics destroys cancer stem cells

    Honor Whiteman
    13 June 2017

    A combination of vitamin C and antibiotics could be key to killing cancer stem cells, a new study finds, paving the way for a strategy that could combat cancer...
  34. I've got epilepsy & frequent relapsing MS, what...

    I've got epilepsy & frequent relapsing MS, what are my options for pain?

    -amyray63

    I've been diagnosed with Epilepsy (20 yrs ago). One of my Seizures was violent enuff to displace my spinal...
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    New meth surge gathers momentum By Christine...

    New meth surge gathers momentum

    By Christine Vestal

    The opioid epidemic has killed tens of thousands over the last two years and driven major reforms in state and local law enforcement and...
  36. Montel Williams' battle with MS and the miracle of medical marijuana

    by Javier Hasse

    It was the year 2000. "The Montel Williams Show," one of the longest running talk shows in television history, was at its prime, making millions for CBS Corporation CBS 2.08%....
  37. China using fentanyl in a chemical war against America

    By Markos Kounalakis

    More than half a million people have died between 2000 and 2015 from opioids. Opioid deaths are an epidemic.

    Fentanyl is the synthetic opioid driving America’s public...
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    I developed an ugly alcohol addiction. I didn't...

    I developed an ugly alcohol addiction. I didn't have illusions that I was drinking to party, because I didn't like to drink with others or party much; I was drinking or self-medicating to treat my...
  39. The Wahls Protocol: An Interview with Dr. Terry Wahls

    We recently sat down with Dr. Terry Wahls to discuss diet and MS. Dr. Wahls is a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa and a staff physician at the Iowa City Veterans Affairs...
  40. What I eat in a day: Functional medicine doctor...

    What I eat in a day: Functional medicine doctor Terry Wahls tells all

    Dr. Terry Wahls

    As a functional medicine doctor who used diet and lifestyle changes to restore my health after I was...
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    Psychedelics and Autism

    By Patrick Smith

    Autism is a distressing social disorder that can be severely debilitating for both sufferers and parents. Current treatments are varied and often ineffective. As with many other...
  42. Wahls Veggie Protocol: Q&A “It occurred to...

    Wahls Veggie Protocol: Q&A

    “It occurred to me, that I should get my long list of nutrients from food [rather than supplements]. That if I did that, I would probably get hundreds and maybe...
  43. How to reverse MS symptoms with the Wahls...

    How to reverse MS symptoms with the Wahls Protocol

    Katie - Wellness Mama

    Are you or a loved one looking for a way to reverse MS or autoimmune symptoms? If you haven’t heard of Dr. Terry Wahls,...
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    Asperger’s syndrome (AS) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are familiar terms for parents today. Many parents have faced an AS or ADHD diagnosis with their children, while others...
  45. Multiple Sclerosis: Diets, Nutrition, and Alternative Treatments

    Multiple sclerosis (MS) is the most common autoimmune disease of the brain and previously thought of as incurable. However, the idea that MS can be hacked and put into remission has recently emerged....
  46. Multiple Sclerosis: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Risk Factors

    Multiple sclerosis (MS) is the most common autoimmune disease of the brain and previously thought of as incurable. However, the idea that MS can be hacked and put into remission has recently emerged....
  47. Existing skin medications may reverse effects of multiple sclerosis

    By Ben Coxworth

    It's a frustrating situation. There are already stem cells in the nervous system that are capable of repairing the damage done by multiple sclerosis, but getting them to do so has...
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    How I freed myself from Anxiety with Iboga ...

    How I freed myself from Anxiety with Iboga

    About 7 months ago I developed anxiety. It started off with a feeling of tightness in my head and soon developed into panic attacks. I was feeling like a...
  49. This war zone anthropologist used Ayahuasca to heal his PTSD

    By Ocean Malandra

    ďWhat lives in my head is an abnormally long horror film about the monstrosities of the human race,Ē says anthropologist Riccardo Vitale, Ph.D. After two decades of working in...
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    by Elizabeth Limbach

    This is the story of 12-year old Zaki Jackson, who was diagnosed with Doose Syndrome (a.k.a. Myoclonic-Astatic Epilepsy), a rare form of epilepsy characterized by frequent and...
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    by Elizabeth Limbach

    This is the story of 35-year old Stephen Clements, who has suffered from depression since childhood. The darkness and despair finally lifted for Stephen after he took a step...
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    By Ocean Malandra

    This is the story of Teri Heede, who went from being bedbound and pain racked to taking on the system with the help of medical marijuana. Itís just one of the stories profiled in...
  53. Ketamine found to have an "unbelievable" effect in treating severe depression

    "The most significant advance in mental health in more than half a century."

    Itís probably not the first place youíd go to find relief from severe clinical depression, but the psychedelic party...
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    Psilocybin proven to help long-term smokers quit...

    Psilocybin proven to help long-term smokers quit

    by Wesley Thoricatha

    We’ve come a long way from doctors endorsing cigarettes and authority figures saying that nicotine is perfectly safe, but...
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    Social anxiety and psychedelics IMO, there is...

    Social anxiety and psychedelics

    IMO, there is a huge difference between everyday 'worry', and actual anxiety. Yes, anxiety is "all in the mind", but that's kind of disingenuous because so is...
  56. Use of cannabis oil in treating ALS may prolong life

    By Lisa Rough

    Based on some exciting new anecdotal evidence, the use of cannabis oil to treat ALS may actually prolong the life of the patient in addition to relieving many of the diseaseís...
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    Turning to Kratom for opioid withdrawal By...

    Turning to Kratom for opioid withdrawal

    By Jennifer Clopton

    Eric Mayhew Jr. wanted to break his more than decade-long addiction to opioids -- one that started when his doctor prescribed them...
  58. Fascinating. Why not copy/paste the segments in...

    Fascinating. Why not copy/paste the segments in this report authored by yourself into this thread?

    So sorry for your loss.
  59. Study: 9 in 10 ALS patients infected with Lyme bacteria

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    There have been several studies that found a strong link between Lyme disease and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. The Halperin paper is one. The Halperin paper found Lyme infection in nearly...
  60. New therapy stops ALS development in mice

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    Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), or Lou Gehrig's disease, is a neurodegenerative disorder that causes the death of neurons within the brain and spinal cord. This condition was thought to...
  61. Man reverses ALS symptoms with Coconut Oil‏

    Man reverses ALS symptoms with Coconut Oil‏

    ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) is considered to be a fatal disease, and the average survival is 3 years from the diagnosis. However, traditional medicine...
  62. Is Ayahuasca the future of PTSD treatment? By...

    Is Ayahuasca the future of PTSD treatment?

    By James Kingsland

    I’m sitting on a blue plastic, wipe-down mattress with my back to a wooden pillar. Within arm’s reach on the floor is a small torch...
  63. Soldiers of the Vine: Healing PTSD with Ayahuasca

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    By Wesley Thoricatha

    As clinical trials for MDMA move forward in the hopes of making it an FDA-approved medication for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) by 2021, some veterans are...
  64. ^^ I know it. One time I took too much (around...

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    I know it. One time I took too much (around 20k) and I swear I almost died. So definitely be careful with dose. Better to use it in close cooperation with your doctor. There's probably a special...
  65. ^^ Forgive me but I am totally unfamiliar with...

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    Forgive me but I am totally unfamiliar with CJD and just trying to grasp the significance of your post. I gather the data is very recent. Can you maybe explain it a little in lay terms? If you...
  66. MS patients talk medical marijuana

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    More and more evidence is accumulating that denying medical cannabis to patients suffering from diseases likes multiple sclerosis should no longer be acceptable under any stateís law.
    ...
  67. Fibromyalgia vs MS - Comparing Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment

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    While fibromyalgia and MS do share the symptom of pain, fibromyalgia is a musculoskeletal condition and multiple sclerosis is a neurological condition. There is still much unknown about the...
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    I was diagnosed with RRMS Christmas 2013 and you...

    I was diagnosed with RRMS Christmas 2013 and you wouldn't believe how difficult it has been to get the medicine that I chose to use to manage my symptoms. That is cannabis, and man, it works every...
  69. High Doses of Vitamin D Cut MS Relapses

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    By Charlene Laino

    High doses of vitamin D dramatically cut the relapse rate in people with multiple sclerosis, a study shows.

    Sixteen percent of 25 people with multiple sclerosis (MS)...
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    The problem is fentanyl Fentanyl deaths up...

    The problem is fentanyl

    Fentanyl deaths up 540% in three Years

    Josh Katz
    September 2, 2017

    Drug overdoses killed roughly 64,000 people in the United States last year, a rise of more than 22...
  71. 1,000 people dead since January means 100 fatal...

    1,000 people dead since January means 100 fatal overdoses a month is the new normal for B.C.

    Travis Lupick
    October 12th, 2017

    More than one hundred drug-overdose deaths each month appears to...
  72. Kratom gains attention as a possible solution to opioid addiction

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    1,000 people dead since January means 100 fatal overdoses a month is the new normal for British Columbia. As the worst overdose epidemic in Vancouver's history continues,
    some addicts...
  73. Stopping Stiff Person Syndrome: Alabama woman...

    Stopping Stiff Person Syndrome: Alabama woman turns to stem cell transplant for help

    Experimental Fred Hutch treatment aims to ease symptoms of rare, debilitating condition that causes rigid...
  74. ^^ Fascinating articles on that here: ...

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    Fascinating articles on that here:

    https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/830695

    http://oirm.ca/oirm-news-events/unlocking-stiff-person-syndrome-stem-cells

    Canada seems really progressive...
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    Alltop MS News blog

    I just happened on a great MS News blog called Alltop here:

    https://multiple-sclerosis.alltop.com/
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