Tag Archives: the cause of 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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[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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Live Parasites Found in the Central Nervous System of MS Patients at Time of Death

  Story at a glance For the first time ever, pathologist Dr. Alan MacDonald discovered borrelia (bacteria that cause Lyme disease) and small parasitic roundworms, tapeworm larva and developing juvenile tapeworms in the central nervous system of MS patients at their time of death.   Multiple Sclerosis is a Parasitosis – Nematode Worms, Eggs, Larval […]

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