Tag Archives: MS

Enemas for Treating Parasites

Anyone suffering from ongoing illness, autoimmune disease, heart disease or cancer has a parasitic infestation. Parasites are the biggest cause of disease and they are challenging to treat. Enemas on their own will not effectively treat a parasitic infestation, but the right type of enema plays a crucial role in an effective parasite treatment plan. […]

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Does Antibiotic Therapy Help MS?

The National MS Society suggests that MS and Lyme Disease share much in common – especially when it comes to symptoms and testing positive through MRI and lumbar punctures. Yet they claim that the big difference between Lyme disease and MS is that MS patients don’t respond to antibiotic therapy, whereas Lyme patients often do […]

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Treating Parasites with Oxygen Therapies

In this post, I will discuss common oxygen therapies and share which one I believe is the most economical and effective one for treating parasites. This training is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to replace the necessary measures of a healthcare professional. Oxidizing agents can be very corrosive and cause tissue damage […]

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Treating Parasites Case Study #2 – Recovering from PLS

Many of our students suffered from MS before starting the Live Disease Free program and the question often arises, “If I don’t have MS, could it be that I have a lot of parasites? Could parasites be causing my symptoms?” In this post, Pam shares an overview of the experience and insights of one of […]

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[MS Research] Multiple Sclerosis and Malarial Parasites Part 3

There are insightful connections between the distribution of MS and malaria in many countries. It is also fascinating how MS patients have experienced symptom improvements when prescribed malaria drugs. This post discusses this forgotten research and how it may help in the treatment of MS. In Part 1 of this series, I reviewed a 2021 […]

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[MS Research] Multiple Sclerosis and Malarial Parasites Part 2

Most of us diagnosed with MS wouldn’t consider that we could have a chronic silent malarial infection because we haven’t travelled to a tropical country that has malaria. Nevertheless, over 100 years of compelling scientific evidence links malarial infections to MS. This research shows that for some and possibly many MS patients, a malarial infection […]

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