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by Mike Vrentas, Independent Cancer Research Foundation
Note #1: This article talks a lot about different uses for MSM and Vitamin C. Since this article was written a new protocol for cancer has been developed using MSM and Vitamin C. If you are dealing with cancer, make sure you see this newer article for an actual protocol using MSM and Vitamin C:
MSM and Vitamin C Protocol (For Cancer)
Note #2: If you are on prescription drugs (excluding chemotherapy, because this protocol is synergistic with chemotherapy and makes chemotherapy more effective and less damaging), do NOT use MSM until after you talk to your pharmacist and physician about using high doses of MSM (2 or 3 TABLEspoons of the crystals a day) with your prescription drugs. That is what pharmacists get paid to do.
I’m always being asked by people “ since you do so much research, what products do you take each day and why?” I thought I would share this information with you about products that I take daily and many that I would take, if I were faced with a chronic or deadly disease. If you feel that any information I may provide, may help a chronic condition you may have, I would suggest you research it thoroughly and make your own decision if you should take it or not. I am passing on information that is on the Internet and from books I’ve read and tapes I’ve listened to. You could always ask your doctor for his advise. Don’t be surprised if he knows nothing about it. Read and educate yourself. Then you can make an educated decision on your own health.
Vitamin B and folate supplements could be the key to fighting the debilitating symptoms of migraines, according to new research.
They “significantly” reduced the frequency and severity of attacks in a clinical trial involving 50 migraine sufferers.
Professor Lyn Griffiths, director of the Genomics Research Centre (GRC) at Griffith University in Australia, said the results of the six-month study were very positive.
The findings showed “a drastic improvement in headache frequency, pain severity and associated disability for those treated,” she said.
Migraines cause severe headaches and can also trigger nausea, vomiting, pins and needles and increased sensitivity to bright light, sound or smell. A typical attack can last from four to 72 hours and can be so debilitating that the sufferer is unable to work, and in some cases, even to leave a darkened room.
End of light as we know it: Millions of Britons are stocking up to grab the last of the traditional bulbs
Millions of Britons are finally waking up to the fact that their beloved light bulb will disappear for good after 120 years.
Traditional 100-watt bulbs are vanishing from the High Street because of a controversial European Union decision.
Yesterday panic buyers were snapping up the remaining bulbs in a last-ditch attempt to stockpile the final supplies. Hundreds of leading supermarkets and DIY chains – including Sainsbury’s, Asda and Homebase – have already sold their last remaining bulbs after a surge in panic buying.
Other stores say they have enough stocks to last until the end of next week.
The supplies are running out after the Government signed up to an EU decision to replace conventional 100w light bulbs with supposedly greener low energy alternatives.
Ministers claim the switch will reduce carbon dioxide by around five million tons each year.
But experts have questioned whether or not the new bulbs, far from being environmentally friendly, are actually harmful.
The low-energy fluorescent bulbs can trigger skin rashes, migraines and epilepsy.
There is also concern because the fluorescent bulbs contain mercury, which makes them dangerous to get rid of.
They can also be more expensive. Currently, an average supermarket price for a six pack of standard 60w pearl light bulbs is £1.21, but a single 60w low energy stick light bulb already costs around £2.19.
Retailers stopped replenishing supplies of conventional incandescent 100w bulbs at the start of the year under a ‘voluntary’ Government scheme to force people to buy green compact fluorescent lights.
But concerns about the poor quality light of low energy bulbs – and the fact that most don’t work with dimmer switches – has led to tens of thousands of people stockpiling supplies.