A total cure  Arthritis and pain 

The Wonder of Boron to quickly cure arthritis and other conditions

A Natural Remedy for Arthritis and Aging

 

While Boron is an effective treatment for 95% or more in the relief of arthritis (provided the joint has not completely deteriorated) its range of action extends beyond that. It works very well in alleviating arthritis, partly due to its crucial role of calcium integration into the cartilage and bone. This is important for all of us as we age, even if we do not have arthritis. Aging is partly associated with weakening of the bones as they become increasingly porous - adequate Boron can prevent this aging effect.

Boron is an important trace mineral that has largely been ignored for health maintenance and freedom from disease. This is unfortunate, as it is extremely important and as a health supplement, can have profoundly beneficial effects.

 

Health Conditions Improved Naturally with Boron

  • Arthritis

  • Osteoporosis

  • Aging

  • Menopausal Symptoms

  • Sex Hormones

  • Allergies

  • Parasites

  • Candida Albicans

  • Lupus Erythematosis

I owe my own discovery of it to Dr. Rex E. Newman Ph.D. for his valuable study of Boron extending over many years. He has written the book ‘Beating Arthritis & Beating osteoporosis’ (Printed by Ellesmere Press Ltd. The British School, Otley Street, Skipton, Yorkshire. /UK.)

Low Boron, higher arthritis

Dr Rex Newnham's research has found persuasive evidence worldwide linking low intake of boron with increased levels of arthritis. In parts of Australia, for instance, where the drinking water contains high boron levels (seven parts per million), there is no arthritis in either humans or animals. Other examples are:

  • In Israel, with high soil boron levels, arthritis runs at 1% compared to 20% in the US, with both low water and low soil boron levels

  • The Xhosa tribe in South Africa drinks high-boron water. Only 3% of its people suffer from arthritis until they move into cities, where their arthritis levels quickly rise to those pertaining in that area

The opposite is also true. In parts of the world where boron intake (from both food and water) is under one milligram a day taking this vitamin K2 MK 7 increases bone density by 4% and makes you 59% less likely to get a broken bone in one year, Instead of bone density going down 1% per year and help you live healthy 7 years longer., arthritis levels generally run between 20% and 70%.

Vitamin K2 MK 7 causes calcium to be removed from your arteries, veins, heart valves; bone spurs, skin  and chemically processes it so it goes into your bones where it belongs; dramatically reducing heart attacks, blindness, hearing loss, back pain, leukemia, pneumonia, COPD and arthritis., 

Example: an elderly lady began to take Boron daily a few months before her operation for an artificial hip that had been scheduled before she started to take the Boron. The surgeon found that he could not use the usual saw for cutting the bone in the hip replacement surgery; the bone was just too hard, like that of a young person, so he had to use a stronger saw to do the job.

 

Typical usage times to alleviate Arthritis with Boron Supplement


It has been found that generally, those under 60 years old get better in the first month, those in their sixties in the second month, and those in their 70’s and 80’s generally get better after 3 months of Boron supplementation. Relationship of Daily Boron consumption and incidence of arthritis

 

Studies have shown a very clear link between Boron and the incidence of arthritis

Country Boron Consumption Arthritis Incidence Jamaicaget 1 gram of boron and 70% have arthritis    

  this includes cats, dogs, horses, squirrels, rabbits and other animals with serious arthritis.

USA, UK, Australia, NZ, South Africa consume1 to 2mgs boron  20% of the population has arthritis 

Israel consumes 10mgs of boron.  0.7% of the population  has arthritis

Boron and Animals

Animals with arthritis are usually cured with Boron.  As with humans the level of boron in the soil relates to the degree of arthritis in animals e.g. a high proportion of sheep with arthritis, indicate that the pasture land is deficient in Boron. Dogs and Horses are among the animals with arthritis that have been found to benefit from supplemental boron.

Oct 25, 2017 - According to Pubmed, studies have found that the incidence of arthritis is lower when daily boron intake is higher (3-10 mg as opposed to 1 mg or less). Additionally, bones ... Boron is in Borax? One teaspoon of borax powder contains about 4 grams of borax, so ¼ teaspoon of borax contains 1 gram of borax.

If you have knee shoulder hip or back pain these are most likely due to the lack of vitamin C which is also called SCURVY and can be cured by taking enough vitamin C. To learn more click here.

In 2018, thanks in part to a small but growing body of evidence suggesting collagen can call us Cartlidge to grow between knee joints, hip joints and other joints eliminating pain. It ca n improve skin, ease arthritis symptoms, promote wound healing, and fend off muscle wasting, U.S. consumers are expected to spend $122 million on collagen products. That’s up 30% from last year, according to market research firm Nutrition Business Journal. By age 80 the body makes almost no collagen and you need to take collagen. 

MOST ELDERLY ARE STARVING TO DEATH 

Due To Low Stomach Acid Not Properly Digesting Food. The graft shows as we get older stomach acid goes down dramatically, reducing digestion causing serious health problems. To be healthy you must take apple cider vinegar with a person or hydrochloric acid capsules.

Arthritis when you hear that you think of older people and this is not always true. in fact: 

Approximately 300,000 children in the United States are estimated to have some type of arthritis.

The largest number of children diagnosed with arthritis are between the ages of 1 and 3

By 2040 it is estimated that 26% of the adult population will have arthritis.

43% of adults with arthritis are limited to their usual activities because of arthritis 

The Biggest Pain Breakthrough Since Aspirin

Many say it cuts their need for painkillers. Others will tell you it helps you get off entirely.

The Center for Disease Control found that seniors are the fastest-growing demographic of CBD users.

The use of CBD has surged among the elderly by more than 455% in the last decade.

And here's the thing...

Seniors consume a third of all prescription drugs, including deadly opiates.

And in every state CBD becomes legal, the same story repeats:

 

Medicare has seen hundreds of millions in savings from fewer pain prescriptions.19

According to a CBS News report on seniors, CBD "is fast becoming a pill alternative."20

In fact, a study published in JAMA — the world's most prestigious medical journal — found that every time a state legalizes CBD, something remarkable happens....

 

The number of pain prescriptions drops substantially. And so do deaths from painkiller overdoses."

The journal Health Affairs found that when CBD is legalized, 2,000 fewer pain pills are prescribed per doctor.

The Washington Post even says this is the reason "why pharma companies are fighting CBD."22

But they are fighting a losing battle.

According to landmark new research from the European Journal of International Medicine...

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Dr. Jonathan Wright, MD, a well-known natural healing physician in Renton, Washington reports that 90 percent of his patients with osteoporosis and arthritis have low stomach acid. What’s the link? If stomach acid is low, he explains, your body won’t be able to absorb calcium, strontium, magnesium and the other minerals critical to good bone health. If you cannot get calcium from your food; your body takes it from your bones and the cartilage between the bones. Good health is determined not only by what you eat but also by what you absorb.

Your stomach produces hydrochloric acid, which is used to digest food.

This stomach acid along with the digestive enzymes pepsin can reduce

even the toughest piece of meat to liquid. As we grow older, the stomach’s

capacity to secrete hydrochloric acid becomes impaired and the result is

lower acid and impaired digestion. Dr. Wright observes that many

patients do not respond well to a nutritional program until hydrochloric

acid and pepsin are added to their regimen. Low stomach acid causes

calcium to be your bones causing bone pain more operations and

are move from whole lot more. Hydrochloric acid with pepsin is

available from vinegar with mother.                               

 

Eat red beets and if your pee is pink or red you are not digesting your food causing serious health problems. 

Low stomach acid causes Acid reflux, Ulcers, inflammatory bowel diseases, Celiac Disease, leaky bowel syndrome, heartburn, leg cramps, broken bones, Alzheimer’s stomach cancer, esophagus cancer, asthma, fatigue, back pain and rheumatoid arthritis. weakness and rapid aging.  

 

I am now taking fruit juice and putting it in a coffee cup and adding one or more tablespoons of vinegar. This has resulted and me peeing that is almost as clear as water. I'm feeling better and my skin is looking much better.

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I had very low stomach acid causing me to go to the doctor often and be in continuous pain, getting a back operation and having considerable pain in my knee and shoulder until recently all due to low stomach acid.

My hands looked like this. I had extreme arthritis and Parkinson’s disease; I was bent

over and barely able to walk with a cane. I could not read my writing and often spilled

coffee. My knee and shoulder were extremely painful and a physical therapist said I

had the worst range of motion he had seen in 21 years as a physical therapist. My

left shoulder was so stiff I had to use my right hand over the steering wheel to bring the car door close enough so that I could close it. 4 doctors did not know I had Pellagra that is caused by a lack of niacinamide. 

 

A study of over 200,000 people in England taking acid-lowering PPIs for a long period of time had a 50% increase in the death rate. Drug companies are making $10 billion selling these deadly PPI pills.

Drug company executives know this is killing a huge number of people and to make money they don't stop these drugs and therefore they should be in jail for life.

 

Low stomach acid causes Acid reflux, Ulcers, inflammatory bowel diseases, Celiac Disease, leaky bowel syndrome, heartburn, leg cramps, broken bones, Alzheimer’s stomach cancer, esophagus cancer, asthma, fatigue, , back pain.  macular degeneration and rheumatoid arthritis. weakness and rapid aging.  If your stomach isn't calm you have slow stomach acid.

You must have enough stomach acid to digest your food to get vitamins and minerals into your blood. Or your body takes calcium and other things from your bones and cartilage causing you to have operations,

To increase stomach acid take 1 or more TBS apple cider vinegar with mother, 3 tsp. Stevia a sweetener that kills Lyme and other diseases along with a half teaspoon of pure powder vitamin C in a half glass of water or cider with each meal to increase the acid content in your stomach so your stomach starts digesting your food getting minerals and vitamins into your blood. The taste is quite good. Vitamin C Powder -- 5000 mg - 8 oz $6.70 at Amazon   Stevia Sweetener, 16 oz $6.98 at amazon

Click here to find What and where to purchase and how much to take to cure almost all health problems.

I found I had Pellagra on the internet and am now totally cured without following my doctor’s recommended knee and shoulder replacement and the pain is all gone. My Pellagra was extreme and would have soon killed me like it did 100,000 people around 1900 in the southern part of America and killed my mother-in-law 25 years ago. . My hands are now completely cured and looking young, my body doesn't have pain and in fact my knee, and shoulder that the Dr. said I needed to have replaced are so totally cured that I'm now dancing 3 to 5 nights a week.  Six capsules of niacinamide per day totally cured my arthritis, pellagra, gout and lupus.  Niacinamide also cures schizophrenia, multiple sclerosis, dementia and dramatically reduces Parkinson’s.

Vitamin K2 MK 7 Takes calcium and other things plugging veins in your heart, kidneys, your lungs and our bunions carboxylates it to put it in your bones causing bone density to go up 4% in one year. The average person taking this vitamin to live seven years longer help and it reduces fractures by 59% in one year. 

 

Many serious health problems can only be cured with mega-doses of certain vitamins and minerals. Doctors are taught that you can get these with a balanced diet and that is absolutely wrong. And to cure health problems use only prescription drugs and that is absolutely wrong. Blood work minimum and maximum ranges are not based on any scientific studies and they definitely should be based on major scientific studies available on the Internet.

These dramatically reduce sugar diabetes that 1 out of 3 Americans, have. There are also other things you need to take like copper and Death after Breast Cancer is 2 times less likely if you take lots of Magnesium.

These vitamins and minerals dramatically reduce and in most cases cure cancer, Parkinson’s disease, sugar diabetes, COPD, heart problems, pain, sleep problems and cause you to live healthy seven extra years. Once you start taking these vitamins and minerals for a few days I recommend you stop taking all prescription drugs and only start taking them again if you have problems.

My name is Paul O’Brien my phone number is 810-736-8873 I would love to discuss this with you.

Should you get a shoulder, knee or hip replaced. No!! Absolutely no, One out of twenty who get a hip replacement die from blood clots or infections. Take exactly what I am taking and you will probably live without operations to a 100, without pain.

   

Most people die from malnutrition caused by not taking the needed vitamins, minerals and thyroid medicine in the amount needed. These vitamins and minerals cost me about $62 per month. I did go to the doctor once per year to get the blood test that I analyze using the AARP article on how to read your blood work. From this I determined what I need to take to stay very healthy. You see in the pictures below a woman with goiters caused by a lack of iodine. Iodine also keeps you from getting cancer of the breast, esophagus, stomach, ovaries, and fibrocystic breast tissue. If you are lacking even one vitamin or mineral that the body absolutely needs you are going to get sick and die. An example is a magnesium; 84% of Americans are low on magnesium and if you're low on magnesium you're twice as likely to die. I absolutely will not take any prescription drugs. A druggist told me he would not take them; he said: “they are too damn dangerous.”

The next picture shows a normal heart and a congestive heart. The congestive heart is full of myxedema making the heart thick and difficult to pump causing the heart rate to be below the ideal rate of 80. Myxedema is produced when you don't have enough iodine and your thyroid isn't working properly. Myxedema plugs the veins going to your ears causing hearing loss; it plugs the veins going to the eyes causing macular degeneration (blindness). All major health problems including sugar diabetes, COPD, congestive heart failure and such are all related to malnutrition. Older women are nine times more likely than men to have broken bones.

 

At Google Type pobrien48.com click on it to my web, American doctors are not trained to use vitamins and minerals to cure serious health problems so you will need to study and determine what you absolutely need to be healthy. French doctors give many people magnesium and calcium and that may be why they live longer than Americans, English or the Germans even though they smoke and drink a lot.

Vitamin K2 is the most important vitamin you can take for health and longevity. Vitamin K2 MK 7 causes calcium to be removed from your arteries, skin, bunions, bone Spurs and veins, chemically processes it so it goes into your bones where it belongs; dramatically reducing heart attacks, blindness, hearing loss, back pain, and bone breakage and replacement. This vitamin even reverses Alzheimer’s.. Studies show this vitamin increases life expectancy by 7 years. Vitamin K2 Dramatically improved my health. . This video is worth watching, even though it takes 1 hour and 20 minutes.

A mounting body of evidence points to PQQ as a potent intervention in Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. Both are triggered by the accumulation of abnormal proteins that initiate a cascade of oxidative events resulting in brain cell death. PQQ prevents the development of a protein (alpha-synuclein) associated with Parkinson’s disease.46 It also protects nerve cells from the oxidizing ravages of the amyloid-beta protein linked with Alzheimer’s disease.47 A 2010 study revealed that PQQ could prevent the formation of amyloid-beta molecular structures.48

PQQ has also been shown to protect memory and cognition in both aging animals and humans.49,50 It stimulates production and release of nerve growth factor in cells that support neurons in the brain.51 This may partially explain why PQQ supplementation of aging rats resulted in marked improvement of their memory function.49

In humans, supplementation with 20 mg per day of PQQ resulted in improvements on tests of higher cognitive function in a group of middle-aged and elderly people

I am quite sure that lupus is pellagra. Lupus and pellagra is very much alike in that they cause chronic fatigue, kidney problems, dementia, peripheral neuropathy, skin problems, and inflammation of the brain, headaches, seizures, strokes, psychosis, and peripheral neuropathy and in many cases death.

The definition of the symptoms of lupus is quite varied. In discoid lupus, red patches (erythema) appear symmetrically on the cheeks, possibly extending to the face, neck, scalp, and other parts of the body. No organ other than the skin is affected (or the disease is classified as systemic, rather than discoid). Systemic lupus may begin suddenly, signaled by fever, or develop slowly over months or years. Chronic fatigue is a common symptom. Symptoms related to the impairment of any organ may occur. The lupus disease process in a given organ is named after that organ; for example, inflammation of the kidneys is termed lupus nephritis, and inflammation of the brain is termed lupus celebrities. Kidney involvement may be fatal.

 

Over 50% of all systemic lupus patients in the United States presently have some degree of lupus cerebrates; 25–75% has neuropsychiatric symptoms at some time in their illness. Symptoms of lupus cerebritis may include headaches, seizures, stroke, psychosis, dementia, peripheral neuropathy, cerebellar ataxia (failure of muscular coordination, usually on one side of the body), chorea (jerky, involuntary movements), and others. Duration of central nervous system involvement may be transient (as with a migraine headache) or long-lasting (as with dementia). Stroke incidence is 20% in systemic lupus patients and is highest in the first five years of the disease. Peripheral neuropathy (carpal tunnel syndrome, for example) occurs in more than 20% of systemic lupus patients and cranial nerve palsies occur in 15%.

Niacinamide and over-the-counter vitamin in high doses prevented memory loss in mice with Alzheimer's disease, and UC Irvine scientists now are conducting a clinical trial to determine its effect in humans. Niacinamide, a form of vitamin B3, lowered levels of a protein called phosphorylated tau that leads to the development of tangles, one of two brain lesions associated with Alzheimer's disease. The vitamin also strengthened scaffolding along which information travels in brain cells, helping to keep neurons alive and further preventing symptoms in mice genetically wired to develop Alzheimer's.

 "Niacinamide has a very robust effect on neurons," said Kim Green, UCI scientist and lead author of the study. "Niacinamide prevents loss of cognition in mice with Alzheimer's disease, and the beauty of it is we already are moving forward with a clinical trial."

Scientists found that the niacinamide-treated animals had dramatically lower levels of the tau protein that leads to the Alzheimer's tangle lesion. The vitamin did not affect levels of the protein beta-amyloid, which clumps in the brain to form plaques, the second type of Alzheimer's lesion.

 Niacinamide, they found, led to an increase in proteins that strengthen microtubules, the scaffolding within brain cells along which information travels. When this scaffolding breaks down, the brain cells can die. Neuronal death leads to dementia experienced by Alzheimer's patients.

 "Microtubules are like highways inside cells. What we're doing with niacinamide is making a wider, more stable highway," Green said. "In Alzheimer's disease, this highway breaks down. We are preventing that from happening."

 The study appeared online Nov. 5, 2008, in the Journal of Neuroscience.

   Diabetes Type I Niacinamide improves ATP mitochondrial production in the face of diabetogenic chemicals and thus allows Islet cells to stay alive. The Type I honeymoon period can just be extended 12-18 months and insulin requirements may be less.

 Mental  Anxiety The textbook description of anxiety neurosis exactly matches the symptoms of vitamin B3 (niacin) deficiency: hyperactivity, depression, fatigue, apprehension, headache, and insomnia. It has been shown in animals to work in the brain in ways similar to drugs such as benzodiazepines (Valium-type drugs) that are used to treat anxiety. One study found that niacinamide (not niacin) could help people get through withdrawal from benzodiazepines, which is a common problem. A reasonable amount of niacinamide to take for anxiety, according to some doctors, is up to 500mg four times per day.

 Niacinamide locks onto the same receptor sites in the brain as do tranquilizers such as Valium, and is a natural tranquilizer. The manufacturer of valium is also the world's largest manufacturer of niacinamide. [Nature 278: pp.563-65,1979]

   Poor Sense of Humor Early signs of Vitamin B3 (Niacin) depletion includes the loss of a sense of humor.

 -Skeletal  Osteoarthritis Results may be seen in 3-4 weeks with a plateau of improvement reached at 12 weeks. The dose may be lowered at this time but if discontinued, the symptoms will come back. Intake of 500mg 3-6 times daily has commonly been recommended. Sustained release forms require less frequent dosing.[ Inflamm Res 1996;45: pp.330-4]

 Wayne Jonas from the NIH Office of Alternative Medicine conducted a 12 week, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of 72 patients to assess the validity of Dr. Kaufman’s earlier work with niacinamide and osteoarthritis. Using a dose of 3 grams of niacinamide per day, they found that overall disease severity was reduced by 29%, inflammation was reduced by 22% and the use of anti-inflammatory medication was reduced by 13%. Patients taking the placebo, on the other hand, either had no improvement or actually worsened.

   Cirrhosis of the Liver Niacinamide can protect the liver against alcohol-induced damage.

   Diabetes Type II Niacinamide improves ATP mitochondrial production in the face of diabetogenic chemicals and thus allows insulin-producing cells of the pancreas to stay alive longer. In one trial, newly diagnosed patients were given niacinamide at 25mg per kg of body weight. This restored the insulin-producing cells of the pancreas in some, slowed the cellular destruction in others and left a number no longer diabetic. Use in diabetic patients should always be monitored by a physician as insulin requirements may change.

   Decreased Risk of Alzheimer's / Dementia An over-the-counter vitamin in high doses prevented memory loss in mice with Alzheimer's disease, and UC Irvine scientists now are conducting a clinical trial to determine its effect in humans.

 A lack of niacinamide leads to the development of tangles, one of two brain lesions associated with Alzheimer's disease. The vitamin also strengthened scaffolding along which information travels in brain cells, helping to keep neurons alive and further preventing symptoms in mice genetically wired to develop Alzheimer's.

 "Niacinamide has a very robust effect on neurons," said Kim Green, UCI scientist and lead author of the study. "Niacinamide prevents loss of cognition in mice with Alzheimer's disease, and the beauty of it is we already are moving forward with a clinical trial."

 Scientists found that the niacinamide animals had dramatically lower levels of the tau protein that leads to the Alzheimer's tangle lesion. The vitamin did not affect levels of the protein beta-amyloid, which clumps in the brain to form plaques, the second type of Alzheimer's lesion.

 Niacinamide, they found, led to an increase in proteins that strengthen microtubules, the scaffolding within brain cells along which information travels. When this scaffolding breaks down, the brain cells can die. Neuronal death leads to dementia experienced by Alzheimer's patients.

 "Microtubules are like highways inside cells. What we're doing with him and him niacinamide is making a wider, more stable highway," Green said. "In Alzheimer's disease, this highway breaks down. We are preventing that from happening."

 Click Here to learn Niacinamide reduces pain and does a lot more

Her father an MD didn't know that vitamins and minerals could cure his daughter so she was forced to stay in a psychiatric ward for 14 years, her father a Dr. like most doctors don’t know anything about curing using vitamins and minerals Dr. Larson gave her niacinamide and cured her.

. Dr. Abram Hoffer: For schizophrenics, with mega doses of niacinamide, the recovery rate is 90%. With prescription drugs, it is less than 10%. If you use just drugs, you won't get well. This is because mental illness is usually a biochemical illness. Mental illness is a disorder of brain dysfunction. Schizophrenia is a vitamin B3 (niacinamide) dependency. Not a deficiency; a dependency. If schizophrenia strikes someone at age 25, he's finished. That is if he's only given drugs. Patients are given drugs and released. The new mental hospital today is the streets.

If a doctor starts prescribing vitamins and minerals, desiccated thyroid; our drug company Mafia will say he is not following standard procedures requiring only prescription drugs to be used. The drug reps will report him to Medicare and Medicaid. All payments of that Dr. will be stopped causing him to lose his license forever. This is an extreme criminal crime on humanity.

Over 440,000 people with schizophrenia are now in jails not being treated. About 45,000 are in hospital mental wards, lot more are from prisons and now on the streets. One out of four people in hospitals are there for psychiatric reasons. Most of these people could be cured by getting them to take mega doses of niacinamide to make them into productive citizens who pay taxes and live good lives. This would close a lot of prisons, empty hospitals and save our government billions of dollars.  Video-- Niacinamide totally cured a woman with extreme schizophrenia and how when the parents took her off niacinamide as prescribed by a psychiatrist she ended up back in the corner totally schizophrenic.

EVERY DOCTOR SHOULD PURCHASE AND READ THE FOLLOWING BOOKS Iodine: Why You Need It, Why You Can't Live Without It ... By Dr. David Brownstine  Hypothyroidism Type 2: The Epidemic by Mark Starr  Hypothyroidism: The Unsuspected Illness by Broda Barnes

You, your family and friends would all be much healthier if they took the following: Everyone in America is low on iodine, magnesium, vitamin D, due to fluorides, bromides and other things in our food that harm the thyroid. Most will need to take desiccated thyroid and adrenaline glandules.
AWS: What are the alleged "dangers" of mega dose niacinamide therapy?

AH:  Niacinamide is probably not quite as safe as water, but pretty close to it. Patients ask me, "How dangerous is niacinamide therapy?" I answer them, "You are going to live a lot longer. Is that a problem for you?" AWS: Data compiled by the American Association of Poison Control Centers (AAPCC) indicates that, over the past 25 years, there have been a total of one or two deaths attributed to niacin and none due to niacinamide. When I looked for evidence to substantiate even this very low number of alleged fatalities, it was absent or assumed. AH: There have been no deaths ever from niacinamide. The LD 50 (the dosage that would kill half of those taking it) for dogs is 6000 milligrams per kilogram body weight. That is equivalent to half a pound of niacin per day for a human. No human takes 225 000 milligrams of niacin a day. They would be nauseous long before reaching a harmful dose. The top niacin dose ever was a 16-year-old schizophrenic girl who took 120 tablets (500 mg each) in one day. That is 60 000 mg of niacin. The "voices" she had been hearing were gone immediately. She then took 3000 mg a day to maintain wellness.


Some years ago, as I sat at lunch with Dr. Abram Hoffer, I took some vitamin pills. Dr. Hoffer leaned over towards me and said, "You know, you're going to live a lot longer if you take those." As I looked at him, he added, "I guarantee it. If you don't, come back and tell me."

Dr. Saul tells us the root cause of gun violence and other violence is Pellagra a disorder caused by niacin deficiency, which includes mental symptoms such as schizophrenia, and irrational anger, feelings of persecution, mania, depression, alcoholic dependency, and dementia.

Dr. Saul offers a powerful example of how niacinamide helps address violent behavioral problems and/or attention deficit disorders:

"I knew a neighbor who had a boy who was really, really in trouble – constantly in trouble at school, constantly in trouble at home. He was violent. This was really serious. This was more than ADHD. I'm calling it ADHD because that's what this boy's doctors called it. But the fact is it was far beyond that. Nevertheless, they gave him one of the usual drugs for attention deficit disorder, and it made him worse.

So now he was even more violent and even more psychotic. The parents were in a state as you can imagine; the kid's only 13, everything's falling apart at home. They learned about Dr. Hoffer's niacinamide approach. And because it was a child, they figured, 'Well, we'll start him at a lower level.' They gave him 1,500 milligrams a day of niacinamide....

... The parents noticed an immediate improvement. Within days, the child was less angry. He was less troubled at school. He was less oppositional. He was less violent. They immediately figured that if a little helped, maybe more would help more. They wouldn't know unless they tried, and they had no other options. Again, medication was making him worse, not better.

They took him totally off of his medication, and they increased his niacinamide to ultimately about 5,000 milligrams a day. They even got the boy's psychiatrist to prescribe niacin, so he could take it at school. The school nurse was giving the boy niacinamide twice a day at school, as well as at home. All of a sudden, calls were coming from the teachers, saying, 'The kid was just transformed. He was doing great.' At home, everything was better.

Dr. Saul tells us when vitamin B3 or niacin was first added as enrichment or as a fortification to flour, about half of the people in mental institutions went home. This is not a well-known fact. They were there not because they were mentally ill – because of genetic, environmental, or social reasons – but because they were malnourished..


So said the founding father of orthomolecular medicine.

It was nearly 60 years ago when Abram Hoffer and his colleagues began curing schizophrenia with niacin. While some physicians are still waiting, those who have used niacin with patients and families know the immense practical value of what Dr. Hoffer discovered. Abram Hoffer's life has not merely changed the face of psychiatry. He has changed the course of medicine for all time. His 30 books, 600 scientific papers, and thousands of cured patients have yet to convince orthodox medicine. Dr. Hoffer has said that it takes about two generations before a truly new medical idea is accepted. Perhaps in the case of megavitamin therapy, maybe it is three generations. Great ideas in medicine, or anywhere else, are never self-evident. At least not until a brilliant mind like Dr. Hoffer's sees more than others have seen, and have the courage to speak out in the teeth of some often surprisingly bitter professional adversity. As a college lecturer, I learned some years ago that if you want to clear the department's lunchroom in a hurry, just say something positive about megavitamin therapy.

EVERY DOCTOR SHOULD PURCHASE AND READ THE FOLLOWING BOOKS Iodine: Why You Need It, Why You Can't Live Without It ... By Dr. David Brownstine  Hypothyroidism Type 2: The Epidemic by Mark Starr  Hypothyroidism: The Unsuspected Illness by Broda Barnes

Your family and friends would all be much healthier if you took the following: Everyone in America is low on iodine, magnesium, vitamin D, due to fluorides, bromides and other things in our food and harm the thyroid most will need to take desiccated thyroid and adrenaline glandules.

 
So said the founding father of orthomolecular medicine.

 Video-- Niacinamide totally cured a woman with extreme schizophrenia and how when the parents took her off niacinamide as prescribed by a psychiatrist she ended up back in the corner totally schizophrenic

It was nearly 60 years ago when Abram Hoffer and his colleagues began curing schizophrenia with niacin. While some physicians are still waiting, those who have used niacin with patients and families know the immense practical value of what Dr. Hoffer discovered. Abram Hoffer's life has not merely changed the face of psychiatry. He has changed the course of medicine for all time. Dr. Hoffer His 30 books, 600 scientific papers, and thousands of cured patients have yet to convince orthodox medicine. His 30 books, 600 scientific papers, and thousands of cured patients have yet to convince orthodox medicine. Dr. Hoffer has said that it takes about two generations before a truly new medical idea is accepted. Perhaps in the case of megavitamin therapy, maybe it is three generations. Great ideas in medicine, or anywhere else, are never self-evident. At least not until a brilliant mind like Dr. Hoffer's sees more than others have seen, and have the courage to speak out in the teeth of some often surprisingly bitter professional adversity. As a college lecturer, I learned some years ago that if you want to clear the department's lunchroom in a hurry, just say something positive about megavitamin therapy.

 has said that it takes about two generations before a truly new medical idea is accepted. Perhaps in the case of megavitamin therapy, maybe it is three generations. Great ideas in medicine, or anywhere else, are never self-evident. At least not until a brilliant mind like Dr. Hoffer's sees more than others have seen, and has the courage to speak out in the teeth of some often surprisingly bitter professional adversity. As a college lecturer, I learned some years ago that if you want to clear the department's lunchroom in a hurry, just say something positive about megavitamin therapy.

The day after I first met Dr. Hoffer, I sat in as he taped a television production about his work. He did the entire 43-minute video in one take. Over the years, I was honored to ultimately write four books with Abram, and work closely with him in editing the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine, which he founded in 1967. Abram taught me much, as he taught so many. Among the lessons I had was this: A speaker at a medical conference made two factual errors about niacin. I was sitting next to Abram, and he was, to all appearances, dozing off. He was not. He gave me a nod, and during the question session, I got up to take the microphone. He complimented the speaker on his presentation, mentioned a few additional things about niacin, made another supportive remark, and sat down. The speaker was delighted. And, the speaker never knew he had just been contradicted and corrected. This was Abram Hoffer.

My final e-mail from Abram was a copy of his announcement to his colleagues the publication of one of our collaborative books, The Vitamin Cure for Alcoholism. It is based on Abram's experiences with one of his patients: Bill W., co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous. We will begin there.

AWS: Dr. Hoffer, you cured AA founder Bill W. of his depression using niacin.

AH: His depression, yes, but I did not cure his alcoholism. He never did consider himself cured. He organized AA, and was able to establish fellowships that helped and millions stay sober. However, it was the niacin that made him comfortable in his sobriety. It takes the entire nutritional approach, plus AA.

AWS: Tell us more about Bill W.

AH: From the day he was freed of lifelong tension and insomnia by taking 3000 milligrams of niacinamide daily, Bill Wilson became a powerful runner with us. Bill helped me organize the first Schizophrenic's Anonymous group in Saskatoon, which was very successful. Bill introduced the orthomolecular concepts to a large number of AA members, especially in the United States. AA International did not approve of this. Bill made an immense contribution to orthomolecular medicine because he publicized the term "B3" to replace the chemical names niacinamide or nicotinic acid. Had Bill W. lived another ten years, orthomolecular medicine would have been much further advanced than it is today.

AWS: And how do things stand today?

AH: I have treated 5000 schizophrenic patients with niacinamide. The first was a 12-year-old boy in 1960. To get the boy to take it, his father crushed the niacin tablet and spread it into a jam sandwich. That boy is now a research psychiatrist. The treatment that worked in 1960 is still working today. That treatment is called orthomolecular medicine. Orthomolecular medicine restores natural metabolism with nutrients, such as vitamins and minerals, in optimum quantities. This means much more than the RDA or DRI. To overturn decades of an error on the part of governments and the professions will take a good deal of effort and patience. Linus Pauling often spoke vigorously against the RDA in general and was ignored. These old, erroneous standards are part of the vitamins-as-prevention paradigm and will not yield until this old and stale paradigm is fully replaced by the vitamins-as-treatment paradigm. Pauling took 18 000 milligrams of ascorbic acid daily, which was 300 times the RDA. He loved to tell his audiences why he took so much.

AWS: That's what I personally take. When people ask why I tell them that Dr. Pauling did, and he had two more Nobels than I have. Dr. Hoffer, where has high-dose nutritional therapy been most successful?

AH: It has been most successful for treating the walking wounded; that is, for those with arthritis, neurological conditions, and virtually all the psychiatric diseases. Orthomolecular medicine can be utilized within the whole field of medicine, even for patients whose primary treatment is surgery,

AWS: When were you convinced that orthomolecular medicine was the way to go?

AH: By 1960 I was convinced. My conviction was reinforced by the hostility generated by the profession. I assumed that this hostile reaction was stimulated by our success. The same thing happened to the Shute brothers with vitamin E. New research exposes the weakness of current medical doctrine. Such a challenge is often answered only by hostility, as there is no evidence to otherwise disprove it.

AWS: Please tell the story of how Linus Pauling first learned of nutritional medicine.

AH:  Linus became aware of our work from two families I treated who got well and stayed well. By then my book, co-written with Dr. Humphry Osmond, called How To Live With Schizophrenia had been published, and one night Linus saw it on a friend's coffee table. He stayed up all night reading it. That book convinced him that there was some merit to the idea of vitamin therapy. Later, he found no contrary evidence. Linus had the desirable personality characteristic that he tended to believe people if there was no logical reason for them to lie to him. For that reason, he did not accept the stories put out by the drug companies and the FDA. Pauling knew for whom they were working, and it was not for you or me.

AWS: What about niacin and cholesterol?

AH: My colleagues and I demonstrated that niacin lowered total cholesterol in a 1954 study, and we should have been given an award. But, of course, niacin is not a drug and cannot be patented, and therefore our discovery remains mainly a major irritant to the drug companies who have not been able to discover anything as safe and as effective. It is remarkable that niacin is the best for blood lipid levels and also for the psychoses. Nature is not dumb.

AWS: If I do not press this point, a reader will: Maintained high doses of niacin may raise liver function tests, and this is used as evidence of harm.

AH: Niacin is not liver toxic. Niacin therapy increases liver function tests. But this elevation means that the liver is active. It does not indicate an underlying liver pathology. Dr. Bill Parsons discussed this extremely well in his book on niacin and cholesterol (Cholesterol Control Without Diet; Lilac Press, 2000). I personally have been on 1500 to 6000 milligrams daily since 1955. The biggest danger of taking niacin is that you live longer. One of my patients is 112. She does cross-country skiing and has been on niacin for  42 years. The fear doctors have of niacin is not based on data or facts and, like any myth, is very had to eradicate. So many patients are on niacin that by chance some will also have liver damage from other conditions such as alcoholism, hepatitis and so on. Niacin does not make it any better or worse.

AWS: What are the differences between the various forms of niacin?

AH: Niacin and niacinamide are equally effective for schizophrenia, but higher doses of niacin can be tolerated without nausea. Inositol hexaniacinate (a no-flush form of niacin) works, too, but not quite as well.  Only niacin or inositol hexaniacinate can lower cholesterol; niacinamide does not.

AWS: You have long been interested in nutrition as adjunctive therapy for cancer.

AH: I have treated over 1600 cancer patients, most of whom were given 12 000 milligrams per day or more of ascorbic acid, in combination with other nutrients. The results have been good, and at least 40% of the 1600 reached ten-year cure rates. A small number of patients who were on every attending physician's terminal and untreatable list were cured. Linus Pauling and I had examined the follow-up data and found that the significant prolongation of these patients' lives favors the use of the vitamins. We published this in our book Healing Cancer: Complementary Vitamin & Drug Treatments (CCNM Press, 2004).

AWS: Another of your close colleagues was Dr. Hugh Riordan (1932–2005), also an advocate of high-dose vitamin C therapy for cancer.

AH: Hugh was such a great healer, a marvelous physician, afraid of no one and willing to do what had to be done to help his patients get well. I am so sorry he went too soon. He needed another five years at least so that he could enjoy the fruits of his labors. I do hope that Hugh did have the final vision, the eventual result of the work that he did. I am reminded of Moses who angered God because he struck the stone instead of pointing his staff at it in order to bring water for the complaining Israelites. God said, "You will never see the Promised Land." But at the End God relented and he showed Moses in a far vision the Promised Land. This is a remarkable little tale, and I have learned a lot from it. I learned to be very patient. The lesson is that no one should ever expect to get into the Promised Land, because it will always recede from you. The noble objective is to strive to reach it knowing full well that it cannot be done.

AWS: I had just spoken with Hugh the very morning of the day he died. 

AH: The last time I felt bereft and hopeless was when my wife Rose died three and a half years previously. Death is so sudden and so unexpected; especially to be struck down when one is so close to achieving so many great things. I do believe that the good Hugh did will live forever.

 

Lupus, also known as lupus erythematosus, is an autoimmune inflammatory disorder that occurs mostly in women.

Description

Lupus produces widely varying symptoms, although joint pain is reported by most patients and skin lesions are common. Lupus can cause short periods of symptoms alternating with healthy periods or can progress into a life-threatening disorder affecting the heart, kidneys, and other organs.

Why the disease is termed lupus is unknown, but it has been known as a distinct disorder and called lupus by European physicians since at least the tenth-century a.d. The term erythematosus was first attached to the disease in the 1850s, and it refers to the patchy congestion of skin capillaries with blood (erythema) that often accompanies the disease.

Demographics

Between one million and 1.5 million Americans have some form of lupus. The incidence among women is 10–15 times greater than among men, and it is two to three times more common among African Americans, Hispanics, Asians, and Native Americans than among whites. Lupus most often appears for the first time in women between the ages of 15 and 44. Twenty thousand people die of lupus-related causes in the United States annually.

Causes and symptoms

Lupus is an autoimmune disorder, a disease in which the body's immune system turns against the body itself. In a healthy person, the immune system defends against invading organisms but does not, in general, attack the body's own tissues. The cause of lupus is unknown. However, it is known that lupus has a genetic component, which means a predisposition to lupus can be inherited. Approximately 10% of lupus patients have one or more direct relatives with lupus. (Note that this means that 90% of lupus patients have no such relatives; however, it shows agenetic connection because 10% is a much higher figure for familial lupus than can be attributed to chance alone.) Lupus has been definitely linked to genes on chromosome 1 and less certainly to genes on chromosomes 4 and 6.

Given genetic susceptibility, the disease may either develop spontaneously or be triggered by some environmental factors. Environmental factors known to trigger lupus include infections (e.g., Epstein-Barr virus, which infects 99% of children with lupus, but only 70% of healthy children), antibiotics, ultraviolet light (the rays in sunlight or sunlamp-light that causes sunburn), stress, smoking, certain medications, and hormones (especially estrogen, the female sex hormone).

Lupus manifests as a continuum or spectrum of disorders. However, it is common to divide lupus cases into four categories or groups:

  • Systemic lupus erythematosus. This is the most serious form of lupus and affects about 70% of all persons with lupus. It is termed systemic because, in this variety of lupus, the body's immune system attacks one or more essential body systems. Targets may include the brain, kidneys, heart, pancreas, or other organs.

  • Discoid or cutaneous lupus erythematosus. This variety of lupus is less severe, in that it attacks the skin only. However, it can be disfiguring, often attacking the skin of the face. The term discoid is derived from the round (disc-shaped) lesions that appear on the skin. About 10–15% of lupus patients have cutaneous lupus.

  • Drug-induced or drug-related lupus erythematosus. This term refers to lupus that develops after a patient has taken medication. Medications that can trigger drug-induced lupus include procainamide or hydralazine. Many of the substances that can potentially trigger lupus fall into the class of aromatic amines, or hydrazines. For example, the aromatic amine paraphenylenediamine is present in certain hair dyes and has been associated with lupus or lupus-like syndrome. Tartrazine (a food coloring, FD&C yellow No. 5), which is present in thousands of foods and medications, have also been associated with lupus. Cocaine abuse can induce lupus and several other connective-tissue diseases, as can exposure to certain metals (e.g., mercury). Between 10,000 and 15,000 people are diagnosed with drug-induced lupus annually in the United States.

  • Mixed connective tissue disease. Approximately 10% of patients with lupus also have symptoms of one or more additional connective-tissue diseases.

The symptoms of lupus are quite varied. In discoid lupus, red patches (erythema) appear symmetrically on the cheeks, possibly extending to the face, neck, scalp, and other parts of the body. No organ other than the skin is affected (or the disease is classified as systemic, rather than discoid). Systemic lupus may begin suddenly, signaled by fever, or develop slowly over months or years. Chronic fatigue is a common symptom. Symptoms related to the impairment of any organ may occur. The lupus disease process in a given organ is named after that organ; for example, inflammation of the kidneys is termed lupus nephritis, and inflammation of the brain is termed lupus cerebritis. Kidney involvement may be fatal. Over 50% of all systemic lupus patients in the United States presently have some degree of lupus cerebritis; 25–75% have neuropsychiatric symptoms at some time in their illness. Symptoms of lupus cerebritis may include headaches, seizures, stroke, psychosis, dementia, peripheral neuropathy, cerebellar ataxia (failure of muscular coordination, usually on one side of the body), chorea (jerky, involuntary movements), and others. Duration of central nervous system involvement may be transient (as with a migraine headache ) or long-lasting (as with dementia). Stroke incidence is 3–20% in systemic lupus patients and is highest in the first five years of the disease. Peripheral neuropathy (carpal tunnel syndrome, for example) occurs in more than 20% of systemic lupus patients and cranial nerve palsies occur in 10–15%.

Exposure to the ultraviolet rays in sunlight can trigger lupus or, in a person who already has the disease, cause it to flare up. Worsening flare-ups of the disease can be life-threatening because they can include inflammation and failure of the kidneys. Also, declining memory and mental sharpness with long-term lupus is common.

Diagnosis

Lupus is notoriously difficult to diagnose. Many cases are not diagnosed until the patient has suffered irreversible kidney damage; for patients who do not have the organ-threatening disease, diagnosis takes an average of two years of searching among physicians and conditions. The telltale erythematous skin lumps or rashes that give lupus erythematosus the latter half of its name eventually appear in 90% of systemic lupus patients and all discoid lupus patients, but may not appear early enough in the course of the disease to guarantee timely diagnosis. Additionally, no single lab test can confirm lupus, although certain antibody tests can help to distinguish lupus from other diseases.

The diagnosis of systemic lupus is based on a list of 11 criteria listed by the American College of Rheumatology. If four or more of the 11 criteria are met, a patient is deemed to have systemic lupus. The criteria include discoid or macular rash (often in a classic facial butterfly pattern across the nose and cheeks), photosensitivity, ulcers in the mouth, kidney dysfunction, and the presence of various blood factors such as anti-DNA antibody or anti-nuclear antibody (antibody that targets cell nuclei).

Approximately 15% of diagnoses of lupus may be misdiagnoses of other disorders, including fibromyalgia, seronegative spondyloarthropathies such as ankylosing spondylitis or Reiter's syndrome, autoimmune thyroiditis, and multiple sclerosis .

Although the diagnosis of lupus cerebritis is particularly difficult, even if a patient has lupus, this does not necessarily mean that the neurological symptoms are due to lupus. Imaging studies cannot necessarily distinguish lupus cerebritis, although magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) studies are considered helpful. Positron emission tomography (PET) imaging has a high sensitivity to changes in the brain resulting from lupus cerebritis.

Treatment team

As with other neurological diseases in which the spectrum of symptoms varies widely, the treatment team must be designed for each individual case of lupus. A dermatologist will be involved if skin lesions are present; a neurologist, if the cognitive loss is a possibility; a nephrologist will monitor kidney function, and a rheumatologist is often involved because of the frequency of joint pain. Other specialists will be needed depending on what organ systems are affected.

Treatment

There is no known cure for lupus. However, there are numerous interventions designed to lessen the severity of the disease. These interventions can be classed as pharmacologic (drug-based) or nonpharmacologic.

Pharmacologic interventions (drug therapies)

Five categories of medication are used to treat systemic lupus patients: sunscreens and steroid lotions, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs, e.g., acetaminophen or ibuprofen), corticosteroids (e.g., prednisone to suppress the autoimmune response and control inflammation), anti-malarial drugs, and cytotoxic agents (i.e., chemotherapy drugs that are used for cancer, such as methotrexate, azathioprine, and cyclophosphamide).

Cytotoxic agents are used in order to decrease steroid dosage. Anticoagulants (blood thinners) may also be prescribed. For patients with a non-organ-threatening disease, the antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine is often prescribed; prednisone is often prescribed in cases of the organ-threatening disease. New lupus drugs are under investigation; with recent increases in knowledge about the genetic and molecular basis of autoimmune disorders, including lupus, pharmacological treatment breakthroughs are possible at any time.

Nonpharmacologic (non-drug) interventions

All persons with lupus should guard against exposure to the sun and use protective clothing, sunscreen, and common sense when going outdoors. Adequate exercise can protect against fatigue, obesity, osteoporosis (weakening of the bones), and hyperlipidemia (excessive fats in the blood plasma). In some cases, dietary restrictions may be helpful, including especially the avoidance of food allergens and foods that may trigger lupus symptoms (such as alfalfa seeds). Vitamins, minerals, and dietary fatty acids have been shown to moderate lupus symptoms in some cases. On the other hand, some dietary supplements such as melatonin and Echinacea can worsen symptoms of some autoimmune diseases.

For lupus cerebritis, therapy choices include all the above options for alleviating the disorder throughout the rest of the body. Drug therapy can also include psychotropic medications such as antipsychotics, antidepressants, and benzodiazepines to stabilize mood if this is affected. Unfortunately, long-term use of corticosteroids, one of the mainstays of pharmacological lupus treatment, may itself cause psychiatric symptoms. Experimental investigation of pheresis of cerebrospinal fluid for treatment of lupus cerebritis (cerebrospinal fluid is withdrawn from, filtered, and returned to the patient) was begun in the early 1990s.

Clinical trials

As of mid-2004, approximately 25 lupus-related clinical trials were in progress, including investigations of monoclonal antibody therapy, the genetics of lupus, quality-of-life improvement, ultraviolet light therapy, stem-cell transplantation therapy, the mechanisms of kidney and brain damage, and many other aspects of lupus. Updated information on these trials can be found at the National Institutes of Health clinical trials website at <http://www.clinicaltrials.gov> for up-to-date information.

Prognosis

The prognosis for the individual patient depends on the severity of the disease process. Lupus can be fully compatible with a normal lifespan or can result in fatal organ failure, depending upon the progression of the disorder in each individual.

Before corticosteroids became available, half of all patients with systemic lupus died within two years. Today, half of the systemic lupus patients with organ-threatening complications survive for 20 years or longer. However, most systemic lupus patients eventually die from infections or from heart disease complicated by long-term use of corticosteroids.

There is some evidence that lupus may spontaneously resolve in part or whole, or resolve in response to treatment, in some lupus patients who have had the disease long term (i.e., 10 years or more).

Special concerns

Psychological counseling may be helpful, given that a diagnosis of lupus is life-altering, and stress and frustration can enhance symptoms while searching for a diagnosis. Genetic counseling may be appropriate, as children of women with lupus have a 10% chance of developing lupus if female and 2% if male, while 20% of offspring overall will develop an autoimmune disorder of some type.

Resources

BOOKS

Phillips, Robert H., et al. Coping with Lupus: A Practical Guide to Alleviating the Challenges of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, 3rd ed. New York: Avery Penguin Putnam, 2001.

Wallace, Daniel J. The Lupus Book: A Guide for Patients and Their Families. New York: Oxford Press, 2000.

PERIODICALS

Marshall, Eliot. "Lupus: Mysterious Disease Holds Its Secrets Tight." Science (April 26, 2002).

Nickens, Candice. "Treating Systemic Lupus Erythematosus." Minority Health Today (July 1, 2000).

Rushing, Jill D. "Managing Organ-threatening Systemic Lupus Erythematosus." MedSurg Nursing (December 1, 2003).

"Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: Guidelines for Control." Consultant (February 1, 2000).

OTHER

"NINDS Neurological Sequelae Of Lupus Information Page." National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. April 24, 2004 (June 1, 2004). <http://www.ninds.nih.gov/health_and_medical/disorders/lupus_doc.htm>.

ORGANIZATIONS

Lupus Foundation of America. 2000 L Street, N.W., Suite 710, Washington, DC 20036. (202) 349-1155; Fax: (202) 349-1156. <http://www.lupus.org/>.

Larry Gilman

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