• 01:07

    Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) ....Take 2!!!

    in Health

    Looking over the last several shows, the base theme is chronic inflammation....Sooo, this week I decided to replay My interview with Linda Elsegood concerning LDN or Low Dose Naltrexone that being sucessfully utilized to treat numerous chronic illnesses. Linda Elsegood is a leader in the movement to educate patients and doctors about LDN. Her tireless effort is bringing healing to many.


    Linda Elsegood was diagnosed with MS in 2000 at the age of 44. She started LDN 3rd Deb 2003 and founded the LDN Research Trust in Feb 2004 to tell other people find out about LDN and to find prescribing doctors and to help and support clinical trials of LDN. She has organised several LDN conferences, the next being in Las Vegas in Nov 2014.


    Her ultimate goal is for everyone with an autoimmune disease to be given LDN as a first line treatment and in the UK to have it on the NHS. LDN isn't a cure and doesn't work for everyone but it is something well worth researching!


    This information is worth re-visiting....tell your friends!!!

  • 00:31

    January Jones Drug Addiction & Naltrexone

    in Health

    In Home Detox
    with Naltrexone
    Dr. Marc Grant
     
    Addiction Recovery The Grant Clinic
    Addiction Recovery means to stop the addictive behavior! But addictive behavior usually results from a complicated maze of issues.
    We focus on treating the tasks at hand until they are resolved. Then refocus on next steps as they come along.  It's impossible to anticipate all the "what if's" in the beginning.
    Our total program helps  you  (1) stop taking addictive substances, (2) provide medication support to reduce physical cravings and (3) Behavioral therapy to help you build recovery and life tools so that you can successfully deal with new issues each day as they come.
    http://www.grantclinic.com

  • 02:03

    LDN Low-Dose Naltrexone

    in Health

    Interview with Dr. Sullivan about the use of LDN,  low-dose naltrexone, for the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis and other  Chronic Illnesses like Lupus .
     
    LISTEN on MSstation.com [AWARENESS]
       

  • 02:00

    Bryant Draper MD, Southeastern Kentucky Appalachian Cherokee Descendant

    in Religion

    ?BRYANT DRAPER M.D. M.R.O., Tribe of Judah and Cherokee Descendant, is an amazing person.


    A gifted seer and healer, he was reared in Southeastern Kentucky amongst traditional Appalachian hill folk. In his youth, he spent a lot of time in caves with his prospecting grandpa, and discovered Hebrew, Ogham and Celtic cave writings. 


    He eventually put himself through medical school, beginning in the Caribbean and eventually at Yale University School of medicine.  He will be discussing Low Dose Naltrexone at length.


    He has many years of work in multiple medical fields from general practice to critical care medicine.


    Specialties: Emergency Medicine, Erectile Dysfunction, Addiction Medicine, Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, Gestalt Therapy, Hormone Clinics, Pain Clinics, Urgent Care, Critical Care, Inpatient and Outpatient Acute and Chronic Care, Tropical Medicine, Hyperbaric Medicine, Wilderness Medicine, Trauma, Bioterrorism, Neural Plasticity Research, Neuronal Ischemia/Chemical Neuronal Injury and Regeneration, Vagus Nerve Mediated LES Pressures Secondary to Neuronal Blunt Trauma, Naltrexone Policy and Procedure, Naltrexone Mechanisms, Gene Mapping, Neuroimmunobiology, Cellular Mediated Transport Systems, Bioengineering, DME, Respiratory Therapy Policy and Procedure, Medical Business Start Up.

  • 00:54

    Low Dose Naltrexone

    in Health

    Lexie was diagnosed with Parkinsons Disease in October, 2008.  She tried all of the Parkinson's medications that her neurologist prescribed. While they helped offer relief from her "symptoms" she soon became discouraged. "I knew that I was taking 'band-aid' medications in the form of the PD Agonists and Sinemet.  All 3 of the neurologists I conferred with said they did not expect a 'cure' in my lifetime.  I was only 60 years old with a thriving professional career and that was not an answer I could accept, so I started researching. 
    I discovered Low Dose Naltrexone 2.5 years ago and I have never looked back.  I have now titrated off of all of my PD meds and feel and look better today than I did 3 years ago when I was first diagnosed. I am excited to share my success with LDN with all of your PD listeners. It could change their lives, as it has changed mine." Lexie
     

  • 01:01

    January Jones - Stop Opiate Cravings with Naltrexone

    in Health

    Stop Opiate Cravings
    Introducing
    Dr. Marc Grant
    Pain Management 
    Addiction Recovery
    Naltrexone Stops Cravings
    A Game Changing Treatment
    That REALLY works!!!! 
    Website:
    http://www.thegrantclinic.com
    Recommended Reading:
    Addiction:
    A Disorder of Choice
    by Gene Heyman
    http://www.januaryjones.com
       

  • 00:50

    In Short Order -- Paul Battle, PA-C

    in Health

    Paul Battle PA-C obtained his bachelor of science degree in Physiology from the University of California Davis. He completed his Physician Assistant training at Emory University School of Medicine in 1981. He has practiced for over 30 years in 10 different specialties around the United States. He currently works in a neurosurgical practice implanting spinal cord and peripheral nerve stimulators in Denver Colorado. Additionally he has a wellness practice in Golden, Colorado.


    He was introduced to low dose naltrexone in 2007 reading Dr. Jill Smith’s article about naltrexone and Crohn’s disease. Unfortunately his 10-year-old son was diagnosed with severe Crohn’s disease. In 2007 his son had an acute exacerbation where naltrexone saved his life. Since that time Paul’s mission has been to educate many people about low dose naltrexone.


    PA Battle has lectured at several international medical conferences about the use of low dose naltrexone in autoimmune disease and cancer. He uses it for several different applications in his practices.

  • 00:20

    In Short Order -- Robert Jones, Live Streaming CEO

    in Health

    November 2-8 is LDN Awareness Week.  The 2014 LDN AIIC Conference is raising awareness about a ground-breaking drug (LDN) that has proven beneficial in treating over 175 health conditions


    Physicians, patients and experts from all over the world will gather in Las Vegas this November at a major conference to discuss and raise awareness about a ground-breaking drug that can help eradicate pain for those affected by a range of autoimmune diseases and conditions.


    The LDN 2014 AIIC Conference 2014 will take place on the 7th and 8th November at the MEET in Las Vegas with a number of high profile medical experts confirmed to speak.


    Doctors around the world are now starting to realize the benefits of using LDN (Low Dose Naltrexone) to treat a range of conditions from Crohn’s and HIV to MS, ME, Lyme, arthritis, infertility and more.


     LDN has traditionally been used in higher doses (50mg) to treat drug/alcohol addicts but, since the 1980s, doctors have prescribed it in lower doses (3-4.5mg), and it is currently helping over a quarter of a million people worldwide suffering from a range of autoimmune conditions.


     As a result, and to raise awareness of how other people could be helped, the LDN Research Trust was set up in 2004.


     LDN works as an opiate antagonist, inhibiting natural endorphins thus forcing the body to produce more which, in turn, reduces painful symptoms and improves well-being and those using it have experienced a huge improvement in their conditions, with some disappearing altogether.


     The LDN 2014 AIIC Conference 2014 will include expert presenters and­ panelists, all streamed live.


     
     http://www.ldnresearchtrust.org/ 




    Issued on behalf of LDN Research


    Contact: Linda Elesgood – contact@ldnresearchtrust.org

  • 01:45

    In Short Order -- Linda Elesgood, LDN Research Trust

    in Health

    November 2-8 is LDN Awareness Week.  The 2014 LDN AIIC Conference is raising awareness about a ground-breaking drug (LDN) that has proven beneficial in treating over 175 health conditions


    Physicians, patients and experts from all over the world will gather in Las Vegas this November at a major conference to discuss and raise awareness about a ground-breaking drug that can help eradicate pain for those affected by a range of autoimmune diseases and conditions.


    The LDN 2014 AIIC Conference 2014 will take place on the 7th and 8th November at the MEET in Las Vegas with a number of high profile medical experts confirmed to speak. The conference also coincides with LDN Awareness Week 2014 which runs from 2nd-8th November 2014.


    Doctors around the world are now starting to realise the benefits of using LDN (Low Dose Naltrexone) to treat a range of conditions from Crohn’s and HIV to MS, ME, Lyme, arthritis, infertility and more.


     LDN has traditionally been used in higher doses (50mg) to treat drug/alcohol addicts but, since the 1980s, doctors have prescribed it in lower doses (3-4.5mg), and it is currently helping over a quarter of a million people worldwide suffering from a range of autoimmune conditions.


     As a result, and to raise awareness of how other people could be helped, the LDN Research Trust was set up in 2004. Since that time, the group’s popularity has grown rapidly with supporters from all over the world, including prominent physicians. 


     LDN works as an opiate antagonist, inhibiting natural endorphins thus forcing the body to produce more which, in turn, reduces painful symptoms and improves well-being and those using it have experienced a huge improvement in their conditions, with some disappearing altogether.


     The LDN 2014 AIIC Conference 2014 will include expert presenters and­ panelists, all streamed live.

  • 01:29

    One Therapy for Parkinson's Disease with a Proven Track Record of Success

    in Work

    Hear my thoughts on the one therapy for Parkinson's disease with a proven track record. You can adopt this therapy yourself. It requires no prescriptions from doctors. And, it is free to activate any moment of the day or night. What in the world is this therapy? Listen in to find out.


    I also answer a number of questions about therapies that help reverse the symptoms of Parkinson's disease. Some of the questions I addressed are:  



    I have been very focused on heavy metal and liver detox/diet is 60 - 70 percent raw food - lots of greens. I feel my gait has improved but my left hand/arm tremor is getting worse. I take only LDN. Any thoughts? 
    How can I reduce and/or stop a hand tremor? Also, stop the tremor temporarily for several hours for a particular activity like ballroom dancing 
    I am thinking if introducing CBD's in my regimen to address symptoms. Could you elaborate on the mechanism and use of CBD's.
    What is the best remedy for face muscle stiffness? 
    My husband has PD and is taking the low dose naltrexone (found out on your program and doing well with it. Also takng caridopa and pramipexole 3X day. He now has a poblem with drooling which is a really hard thing to face and deal with. Suggestions?
    I will do anything possible to reverse my PD. Please help.
    What do you know related to the use of Wellbutrin to optimize dopamine and the use of CBD 's to neutralize symptoms? 


    Robert Rodgers PhD
    Parkinsons Recovery Mindfulness Series

     

  • 02:01

    Bryant Draper MD, MRO, Cherokee, Tribe of Judah and Merovingian Descendant

    in Religion

    BRYANT DRAPER MD MRO, Tribe of Judah and Cherokee Descendant, is an amazing person.


    A gifted seer and healer, he was reared in Southeastern Kentucky amongst traditional Appalachian hill folk. In his youth, he spent a lot of time in caves with his prospecting grandpa, and discovered Hebrew, Ogham and Celtic cave writings. 


    He eventually put himself through medical school, beginning in the Caribbean and eventually at Yale University School of medicine.  He will be discussing Low Dose Naltrexone at length.


    He has many years of work in multiple medical fields from general practice to critical care medicine.


    Specialties: Emergency Medicine, Erectile Dysfunction, Addiction Medicine, Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, Gestalt Therapy, Hormone Clinics, Pain Clinics, Urgent Care, Critical Care,
    Inpatient and Outpatient Acute and Chronic Care, Tropical Medicine, Hyperbaric Medicine,
    Wilderness Medicine, Trauma, Bioterrorism, Neural Plasticity Research, Neuronal Ischemia/Chemical Neuronal Injury and Regeneration, Vagus Nerve Mediated LES Pressures Secondary to Neuronal Blunt Trauma, Naltrexone Policy and Procedure, Naltrexone Mechanisms, Gene Mapping, Neuroimmunobiology, Cellular Mediated Transport Systems, Bioengineering, DME, Respiratory Therapy Policy and Procedure, Medical Business Start Up.

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