Parkinson’s Disease is a disorder of the neuro-muscular system, once called “paralysis agitans,” or the “Shaking Palsy.” The disease gained broad attention when a popular, young actor named Michael J. Fox was diagnosed with the disease. The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research has promised a cure, but no cure has been forthcoming, nor is one likely given the constraints of allopathic philosophy.
Therefore, several remedies and unconventional treatments are presented here for consideration, as well as for personal experimentation and research.
According to an abstract posted at The Meridian Institute website, entitled, “Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease Using the Cayce Wet Cell Battery,” some cases of Parkinson’s Disease were improved to varying degrees “over four months, based on observations by researchers and subjective questionnaires. Over the long term (three years), one participant obtained almost complete remission of his Parkinson’s disease symptoms.” The Wet Cell Battery is a subtle energy device. Gold and silver were used along with this device as part of the treatment.
In Heinerman’s Encyclopedia of Fruits, Vegetables and Herbs, an herbal treatment for Parkinson’s Disease is given. The author says, “Licorice root tea (1 cup daily) or capsules (3 daily) are… effective remedies for treating Parkinson’s Disease…”
With regard to Parkinson’s Disease, Hanna Kroeger, in “Heal Your Life with Home Remedies and Herbs,” states, “Emu oil removes blockage from the central nervous system in a short time.” Pure, certified emu oil can be taken internally. The general dosage is 1 tsp. three times daily.
Patients with Parkinson’s Disease are deficient in dopamine production. Honeybee venom is a source of dopamine and apitherapy has shown some promise in the treatment of Parkinson’s Disease. According to an article entitled “Apitoxinotherapy in the treatment of Parkinson’s Disease” at the International Centre of Medicine “API,” website, bee venom therapy has been useful in normalizing the dopamine levels and improving the central nervous system function of patients.
In her book, “Cure for All Diseases,” Dr. Hulda Clark attributes Parkinson’s Disease to a heart bacterium, Nocardia, which she says can “originate in the teeth.” She says, “Nocardia can also invade the brain and nerves. Persons with Parkinson’s Diseases alway harbor quite a population of Nocardia.” Dr. Clark recommends “zapping” Nocardia with an electronic device known as “The Zapper.” The instructions for constructing and using one of these devices are given in her book. These devices are also available from various online stores. Online instructions for building this device can be found here: http://www.clarkzapper.net/.
Journal of Neuropsychology and Clinical Neurosciences, “An Essay on The Shaking Palsy,” Sherwood, Neely, and Jones (London, 1817). http://neuro.psychiatryonline.org/cgi/content/full/14/2/223
Richards, Douglas G., Ph.D., David L. McMillin, M.A., Eric A. Mein, M.D., Carl D. Nelson, D.C. Meridian Institute, “Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease Using the Cayce Wet Cell Battery,” “Subtle Energies & Energy Medicine, 2002, Vol. 11, No. 2, Pp. 151-166. http://www.meridianinstitute.com/ceu/PD.pdf
Heinerman, John. Heinerman’s Encyclopedia of fruits, Vegetables and Herbs. Parker Publishing Company, Inc., West Nyack, N.Y., 1988. P. 204.
Kroeger, Hanna. Heal Your Life with Home Remedies and Herbs. Hay House, Inc., Carlsbad, CA, 1981. P. 245.
Krivopalov-Moscvin, I.V., M.D., International Centre of Medicine “API,”, “Apitoxinotherapy in the treatment of Parkinson’s Disease,” http://www.api-centre.ru/apitoxy/index_e.html
Clark, Hulda Regehr Hulda, Ph.D., N.D., The Cure for All Diseases, New Century Press, San Diego, CA, 1995. P. 159.