Alzheimer is currently at epidemic proportions, affecting 5.4 million Americans, especially those aged 65 and over and the symptoms are often seen as early as the late 40s… even younger. It is ranked as the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, and recent analyses suggest it might actually be the third, right behind heart disease and cancer.
The illness is quite invisible, especially in its earlier stages. There aren’t any screening tests that can detect the disease before symptoms appear. And even if there were, there aren’t any treatments that make a real difference. Even the doctors recognize that there’s nothing they can do about Alzheimer.
Alzheimer is a chronic disease and the root of any chronic disease, from homeopathic perspective, is the miasm. It is paramount for practitioners to understand the profound impact the miasms have on chronic diseases, particularly Syphilis miasm in case of Alzheimer, Parkinson, ALS or MS.
(see Miasms page)
The development of syphilis miasm remedy, called SYM, was essential as it plays a key role in our treatment for Alzheimer disease. It is the SYM that made the treatment to be so effective. The other remedies used, are multi-target formulas which:
Prevention is critical if Alzheimer runs in the family. The following is a testimonial from a 70 year old lady with a history of Alzheimer in her family (mother side) and because she started to feel the fog she asked for help. This is the email I received from her:
- stimulate regeneration of neurological tissue in the brain
- facilitate remapping of the unused portions of the brain to compensate for the damaged ones
- improve oxygenation of the brain
- improve elasticity of the blood vessels leading to the brain
“The whole crisis lasted only two and a half days. During the crisis the mental activity diminished very much at the point where I started to forget words, starting an idea/subject and end up with something different. Everything happened in slow motion, with a foggy brain and a feeling that I have cotton in my head. I couldn’t solve Sudoku at all, and nothing I read made any sense to me. I was very tired and sleepy and not interested in anything. I did not want to communicate with anybody.
The symptoms increased gradually and disappeared also gradually, leaving an extraordinary state of well-being with lots of joy and enthusiasm, and a clear and rapid thinking. Well, now I know how it feels, I was there inside a person with Alzheimer, that was the feeling.”
Dorina Lucaciu, Ottawa, ON