Fibromyalgia (FM) afflicts approximately 6 million people in the U.S. The disease predominantly affects women in the 20 to 40 age bracket. FM is characterized by muscle pain, tenderness in eighteen points where muscle and tendons merge, and impaired sleep.
Studies of the skin temperature and skin blood flow at sites of tenderness in people with FM have revealed slow blood flow and decreased skin temperature. This is compatible with spasm of blood vessels causing impaired blood circulation in the areas of tenderness.
Seventy percent of people with FM have antibodies to serotonin. This removal of serotonin permits the release of “substance P”, resulting in severe pain. This release of substance P impairs lymphocyte function, so that normal killing of bacteria, viruses, and fungi does not occur. This makes people with FM more prone to infections. Bacterial, fungal, mycoplasma, and viral infections may be seen using high resolution microscopy in patients with fibromyalgia. The pain those with FM experience can be eliminated by therapy with the antimicrobial agents Sulfoxime and Dioxychlor.
The impaired blood flow experienced by those with FM appears to be linked to excessive depositing of fibrous tissue into muscle tissue, causing slow circulation. Estrogen is recognized as an agent that produces fibrous (scar) tissue. This causes women to develop scar tissue in their breasts (fibrocystic disease of the breast), fibroids of the uterus, and aggravates endometriosis of the female pelvic organs. This scarring tendency from estrogen is markedly accentuated in the developed world where all males and females are continuously exposed to estrogens from petrochemicals in our air, cosmetics, pesticides and herbicides as well as estrogen added to animals in the food chain to accelerate their growth.
Approximately thirty percent of patients with FM show spasm of finger arteries (Raynaud’s phenomenon) and eighteen percent have a history of dry eyes and mouth (Sicca syndrome). Both the dryness and artery spasm are common in autoimmune illnesses, where the body appears to be injuring its own tissues.
For treating fibromyalgia, we recommend a combination of these natural substances: Bromelain, Thymic Extract, Growth Hormone, and Natural Progesterone (Dr.’s Pride Pure-Gest).
We recommend Bromelain.
Helps Relieve Inflammation
Could Be Helpful In Some Cases of FM
No Known Side Effects
Bromelain: Protein dissolving enzymes such as bromelain can improve blood flow by decreasing the clotting tendency of blood, which improves circulation. Protein dissolving enzymes are capable of dissolving the deposits of fibrous tissue (scar) in fibrocystic breast disease and in preventing postoperative scarring.
We like bromelain because it makes the blood less viscous thus improving blood flow. Bromelain also helps dissolve deposits of fibrous tissue.
Take 600 mg. three times daily.
Expect to see slow steady improvement in fibromyalgia symptoms after several weeks of therapy.
There appears to be excessive formation of fibrous tissue in FM which contributes to poor circulation in the painful areas of decreased blood flow. The enzyme bromelain improves circulation by decreasing the clotting activity and helps break up deposits of fibrous tissue.
We Recommend Thymic Extract. | Click here to view product details >>
Reverses autoimmune illnesses
Improves immune function so infections can be halted.
No side effects
Thymic Extract: Autoimmune illnesses have been shown to respond favorably to Thymic Extract, which benefits the immune system, and could also possibly help those with FM ward off or recover from infections by virtue of improved immune function.
Thymic extract helps patients recover from autoimmune illnesses and has been beneficial in treating patients with Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and HIV infections.
Take two capsules three times daily until improvement can be verified by your physician, when dosage may be cut to one capsule three times daily. Improvement takes at least three weeks to begin.
Expect to improve slowly and steadily after three or four weeks of therapy.
Thymic extract aids patients with fibromyalgia by improving the immune system. This may enable the body to avoid infections or be more able to overcome an infection if one is already present.
Some patients with FM also have Raynaud’s Phenomena and Sicca Syndrome which are seen in autoimmune diseases. Thymic Extract might be expected to combat these two syndromes as it is known to be very valuable in treating autoimmune diseases.
We Recommend Dr.’s Pride Pure-Gest (Natural Progesterone). | Click here to view product details >>
Natural Progesterone: Natural progesterone has been proven beneficial in correcting estrogen dominance, thus decreasing the damaging effects of estrogen in fibromyalgia. Excessive formation of fibrous tissue, induced by estrogen, is believed to contribute to the impaired circulation of blood seen in fibromyalgia.
Natural progesterone overcomes the estrogen dominance that is prevalent in the developed nations. This can block the excessive production of fibrous tissue. In males progesterone is metabolized into testosterone which improves muscle strength and mass.
We like the Natural progesterone Dr.’s Pride Pure-Gest for fibromyalgia because it blocks the adverse effects of estrogen in producing fibrous tissue.
Apply one half teaspoon of Dr.’s Pride Pure-Gest daily for two weeks each month to the skin of the face, neck, breast or abdomen.
Decrease in fibromyalgia symptoms may begin after several weeks of therapy.
Some people with FM have an inadequate intake of protein and have seen improvement by increasing the protein in their diet. If anyone with FM has had inadequate protein intake, a 4 to 6 week trial of taking more high quality protein would be a good initial step. We believe that each of these four therapies may be able to reverse some components of the disease fibromyalgia.
Your physician will be able to judge when and how rapidly the dosage of these therapies should be decreased.
Twenty-seven fibromyalgia patients were placed in an exercise program for 12 weeks. The exercise was jogging, walking, cycling or swimming. The exercises lasted 25 minutes two or three times weekly. The number of tender points decreased in 17 of the 27 patients. High Resolution Stabilized Redox Probe Microscopy proved that exercise is an efficient way to oxygenate the blood. Release of oxygen near many pathogenic fungi, bacteria, and viruses greatly facilitates their demise. This suggests that exercise should be a key tool to help patients with FM recover.
Dr. Robert W. Bradford of Bradford Research Institute believes that the etiology of Fibromyalgia is infectious organisms, predominately fungal, with mycoplasma, bacteria and viruses also possibly playing a role as same-time pathogens. He has developed two antimicrobial substances, Sulfoxime and Dioxychlor, which can combat these organisms.
Sulfoxime dissolves the membrane surrounding fungi leading to their death. Dioxychlor is activated primarily by being in the presence of viruses, acid bacteria and fungi. When activated it releases nascent oxygen killing these pathogenic organisms.
The overgrowth of unusual pathogenic organisms (fungi, mycoplasma, viruses, and anaerobic bacteria) makes me wonder how many patients with fibromyalgia received a course of antibiotics before becoming ill with fibromyalgia. Persons with a history of antibiotic therapy before their FM symptoms started might be helped to restore normal healthy bowel bacteria by a probiotic such as Nature’s Biotic.
For persons who are better but are still experiencing significant pain we strongly urge a course of Bradford Research Institute’s antimicrobials Sulfoxime and Dioxychlor. Contact College Pharmacy at 1 800 888 9358 or email@example.com for information about how your physician can obtain Sulfoxime and Dioxychlor.
Dr. Bradford has learned that patients who seem to have been successfully treated with Sulfoxime and Dioxychlor frequently relapse. These relapses appear to be due to reinfection from foci of fungi, mycoplasma, or anaerobic bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract or from infection by asymptomatic spouses. To prevent these two problems the use of oral antifungal medicine at the time of initial therapy and simultaneous treatment of the husband seem to be very effective. Sulfoxime and Dioxychlor are effective, safe, and inexpensive.