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    In some states with compounding pharmacies there is a thing called Myers Cocktail which is usually an IV solution of vitamin C, frequently B vitamins, sometimes calcium or magnesium.
    In 1943 Dr. Frederick Klenner used it to cure something like 49 cases of polio. Then he cured Multiple Sclerosis and ALS - both considered incurable by "doctors".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherman Peabody View Post
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    In some states with compounding pharmacies there is a thing called Myers Cocktail which is usually an IV solution of vitamin C, frequently B vitamins, sometimes calcium or magnesium.
    In 1943 Dr. Frederick Klenner used it to cure something like 49 cases of polio. Then he cured Multiple Sclerosis and ALS - both considered incurable by "doctors".

    bsroon (in comments, at the bottom)

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    Welcome to the MS forum, Sherman Peabody.

    Unfortunately that link leads to a 404 message ("Page not found").

    I did find a 2009 study by researchers at Yale University indicating that the Myers' cocktail had no effect on fibromyalgia:

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2894814

    Here on this board we've seen quite a few MS cures come and go. Maybe this will be the real McCoy. Who knows?
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    MS diagnosed 1980. Avonex 2002-2005. Copaxone 6/07 - 5/10.
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    ^^
    Sorry, here it is once more, please try again:

    http://www.wakingtimes.com/2017/06/0...oid-addiction/

    Also, I just found an old BT thread on Myers Cocktail here:

    http://www.braintalkcommunities.org/...p/t-10440.html

    I am certainly no authority on this - just something I ran across. Thank you so much for your kind welcome.

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    Welcome Sherman Peabody, were you named after the Rocky and Bullwinkle show ?

    The concoction sounds too good to be true, but hey, if it helps, why not!

    Thanks for sharing what you learned. It's always nice to have a fresh idea and perspective

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    This was an interesting post on BT for the Meyers cocktail by IV:

    "03-01-2007, 12:48 PM
    If you are suffering from a condition that keeps your gut from absorbing nutrition then you can swallow a boat load of vitamin pills and get no benefit from them. The IV vitamins, if they are the ones you need, could help you. I think the important thing is to discover what is causing your deficiencies. If that is corrected you might start getting your nutritional needs satisfied through your normal diet."

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    Welcome Sherman Peabody, were you named after the Rocky and Bullwinkle show ?
    I was given that name by Mr Peabody.

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    A few more reports that might be interesting:

    Myers' Cocktail: A mix of b complex vitamins, b12, b6, b5, magnesium, and high dose of vitamin C. For people with chronic viral infections, sleep disorders, acute viral infections, acute migraine headaches, asthma, chronic fatigue, allergies, chronic hives, myalgia, neuropathic pain, etc. Also for those of us who need that boost once in awhile, especially after a night of too much alcohol intake. The Myers cocktail is know as the "Party Girl drip". It can be done as a drip or an IV push, depending on how much fluids your body needs. IV drips usually take about an hour and pushes you are in and out in about 20 minutes.

    Alpha Lipoic Acid Infusions: Parkinson's disease and Multiple Sclerosis along with diabetic neuropathy all benefit from the use of Alphy lipoic acid infusions with or without glutathione added at the end of an infusion. This helps with chelation, detoxification and nerve repair. Excellent for the chronically ill and highly toxic individual or one with a high oxidative stress load on the system. Alpha lipoic acid or ALA is an extremely potent antioxidant with ability to protect and repair nervous system damage.

    http://www.naturopathicoptions.com/IVtherapies.html

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    VITAMIN C AND THE BRAIN

    Collagen is also important for the relation of the lining called the myelin sheath around the nerve. Studies on the affect of vitamin C on myelin demonstrate that high doses stimulate myelin formation and differentiation of Schwann cells which protect the neurons of the peripheral nervous system.

    This may explain why some multiple sclerosis patients who are treated with high doses of intravenous vitamin C experience dramatic improvement.

    https://deansilvermd.com/intravenous-iv-vitamin-c/

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    The Myers’ Cocktail contains the following minerals and nutrients:

    Thaimine (B-1)
    Dexapanthenol (B-5)
    Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (B-6)
    Hydroxocobalamin (B-12)
    B-Complex
    Magnesium Chloride Hexahydratre
    Calicum Gluconate
    Ascorbic Acid

    The Myers’ Cocktail is a powerful blend of vitamins and minerals designed for IV use. It was originally developed in the 1970s by Dr. John Myers, a Maryland physician. Since then, many people all over the world have been using the Myers’ Cocktail to help treat a broad spectrum of health conditions.

    https://glenparkhealthyliving.com/dr...you-internist/

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    IV Glutathione shows promise in treating Parkinson’s Disease and Multiple Sclerosis

    In Parkinson’s disease, dopamine-producing neurons in an area of the brain called the substantia nigra, which die off as a result of free radical-based oxidative damage. Researchers observed that a high proportion of Parkinson’s patients are deficient in glutathione. Glutathione protects against oxidation by free radicals. Clinical studies now clearly demonstrate that IV glutathione significantly improves Parkinson’s symptoms, and may very well retard progression of the disease. Multiple sclerosis is a chronic neurodegenerative disease in which the neurons are stripped of their myelin. This inflammatory process leaves lesions called plaques throughout the neurons in the spinal cord and brain. The inflammation is also thought to be caused by free radicals. A wealth of experimental evidence shows that glutathione is severely depleted in the brains of MS patients, making repletion with IV glutathione a rational therapeutic approach. Which conditions may benefit from IV glutathione treatment?

    Neurodegenerative diseases
    Parkinson’s disease
    Multiple sclerosis
    Alzheimer’s disease
    Stroke
    Depression
    Athletic performance enhancement
    Asthma
    Liver diseases (hepatitis, fatty liver, cirrhosis)

    https://glenparkhealthyliving.com/dr...you-internist/

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    Stem Cell treatments for Multiple Sclerosis

    Stem cell treatments for Multiple Sclerosis is designed to rejuvenate and re-grow whatever types of cells and tissues the body needs to repair itself. * While the exact mechanics of multiple sclerosis is still being debated, the disease’s behavior reflects that of autoimmune conditions. This means that the body’s immune system thinks its own cells are invaders
    and thus mistakenly attacks, and subsequently damages, cells.

    In MS, the body attacks the myelin sheath which is the covering that helps protect the nerve cells of the brain and spinal cord. This damage causes messages to and from the brain to be slowed, distorted, mixed up, weakened or intensified, or stopped altogether. This is what causes people to experience the symptoms of MS. Damage to the myelin sheath can build up over time and is believed to be one of the causes of the painful ‘relapses’, or MS attacks. To repair and prevent further damage to the myelin sheaths is one of the primary aims of stem treatments for Multiple Sclerosis.

    In these attacks, symptoms flare up and last for anything from 24 hours to several months. They may improve over time, then worsen again and continue in this cyclic nature. Over time, if the nerve cells themselves become damaged, or destroyed completely, this is the worsening of symptoms that leads to advancing disability with MS. Using stem cells to treat symptoms of MS is proving to be a real breakthrough in treatment.

    Prior to the development of stem cell medicine, treatments for Multiple Sclerosis have been around for years. But these conventional treatments have not been very effective or reliable for many patients. New advances in stem cells are making it easier to treat the symptoms and provide lasting relief and better futures for those dealing with this disorder.*

    Treatments for Multiple Sclerosis using stem cells are designed to target the myelin sheath by injecting stem cells into these nerve bundles and encouraging healthy cell development and healing of damaged nerve connections and passageways. Further, being that Multiple Sclerosis is an auto-immune condition, stem cells taken from the patient’s own body.

    https://nsistemcell.com/today-treatm...ple-sclerosis/
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    Hello, Mr. Peabody. ;-)

    Do you have any info on MS w better sources? Randomized trials that were published in scientific journals?

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