Multiple Sclerosis – does this diagnosis have to spell doom?

Christiane Herrmann, naturopath, Berlin, Germany

Multiple sclerosis
(Encephalomyelitis disseminata)

In this lecture I should like to demonstrate my methods of operating and show you how, as a therapist, you can significantly alleviate the symptoms of multiple sclerosis using bioresonance therapy.

However, beforehand I should like to point out that, as with all autoimmune disorders, an important principle should be borne in mind when treating MS patients: LESS is MORE! It is recommended to carry out no more than 3 programs per therapy session, especially at the start of the treatment series. You can also find information on this in the computer manual under the heading “Important information for users.” Therapists basically need to have a good grasp of the biophysical
test method so that priorities, as well as amplification, can be tested out.

Alongside epilepsy, multiple sclerosis is one of the commonest neurological diseases. It is regarded as incurable and is one of the inflammatory and autoimmune disorders of the central nervous system.

The auto-reactive T cells cross the blood- brain barrier and become sensitised to myelin basic protein. Through activation of the specific immune system, inflammatory damage to the myelin sheath results in localised demyelination in the CNS and spinal canal.

Patients present at my practice with the following symptoms:

• Paraesthesia
• Fatigue/exhaustion
• Trigeminal neuralgia
• Blurred vision
• constipation
• Paralysis of the wall of the bladder –
string bladder
• Speech and gait disorders (lumbosacral area L5 – S1, sacroiliac joint block)

Conventional medical treatment

• Interferon
• Cortisone or Azathioprine
• Symptomatic treatment

Bioresonance therapy, diet change

For several years I have been treating MS patients with bioresonance and by changing their diet. Patients observe the following regime:

• Non-dairy diet
• Minimal animal protein
• Oils and uncooked food

I test and treat patients’ individual intolerances or food allergies using bioresonance.

Treatment of the intestine also plays a key role in therapy in order to calm the defence system. The intestine is tested for infestation with fungi, viruses or bacteria. Constipation and diarrhoea need to be regulated.

I mainly use the following programs to treat the intestine and test these out individually for each patient:

3028.0 Large intestine metabolism,
422.4 Intestinal treatment lumbar spine symptoms,
3089.0 Improving mucosal membranes,
565.0 Regulating bowel function

and intestinal fungi programs available for treating mycosis. If necessary the intestines are treated right from the first therapy session. It is also important for this that the patient adapts their diet properly.

All MS patients should always be tested for Epstein Barr virus, Borrelia infection, Ascaris and mercury.

In my practice cupping with bioresonance has proved very effective with this syndrome. Cupping can have a positive effect, in particular, on bladder disorders induced by MS. In addition those affected should be encouraged to carry out pelvic floor exercises regularly.

Gait disorders are also frequently found with this syndrome. Gait disorders are often associated with limited movement in the area of the lumbosacral joint L5 – S1 or blocks in the sacroiliac joint. Damage to the intervertebral disks in the lower thoracic or lumbar spine can also have a very disruptive effect on the ataxia. Cupping also produces very effective relief here too.
I generally cup with blood which I test out individually for each patient however. The cupping points are also tested out for each patient.

Cupping is an effective form of eliminating toxins. In chronically sick patients the liver, lymph system, kidneys and intestines are unable to perform their detoxifying function to the full extent. Not just the organs but the joints also benefit from improved elimination. As therapists we are able to regenerate the organs and joints.

If lumbar vertebra 4 is cupped, for example, then this also has a positive effect on the regulation of the large intestine via the nerves. Cupping the sacrum produces a therapeutic effect on the bladder and small intestine. If the lymph area is cupped, an effect is produced on the cervical vertebrae 1 – 7. Before cupping, please always test out whether this therapy is worthwhile for your patient on that particular day.

C A S E S T U D Y

Man, aged 65
Presented at my practice with great difficulty moving, could scarcely leave his home.

Test result:
petrol, Epstein Barr virus

Therapy begun in early January 2010

Detailed patient history and testing.
5 element test set, eliminating organs, viral/fungal/bacterial infestation (KTT®) plus dietary advice (no cows’ milk, no wheat, no animal protein). It was not necessary to clean up this patient’s intestines.

1. therapy mid January (2 weeks later)
Cupping in the lumbar spine region and
on the liver point (to detoxify) to relieve the patient’s acute restricted movement.

2. therapy end of January (2 weeks later)
Basic program 3133.0 patients with blocked reactions Organ systems tested out with 5 element
KTT® test set
970.4 liver detoxification
198 CNS ampoule from 5 elements to stabilise patient

3. therapy session early February (2 weeks later)

Priority of detected stresses tested out

1. priority: petrol
Program 197 with a cloth soaked in petrol in input cup
198 CNS ampoule from 5 elements to stabilise patient

4. therapy session end of February (2 weeks later)
Petrol tested out – petrol could no longer be tested

2. priority: Epstein Barr
197 Epstein Barr virus
198 CNS ampoule from 5 elements to stabilise patient

5. therapy session early March (2 weeks later)

197 Epstein Barr virus
Epstein Barr virus then tested and treated on H+Di. The patient became slightly dizzy.
198 CNS ampoule from 5 elements to stabilise patient

He immediately felt better after this program.

From this point on the patient’s general state of health improved. His legs felt better.

6. therapy end of March (2 weeks later)
Petrol and Epstein Barr retested – both
could no longer be tested
Cupping in lumbar spine area, liver point and lymph point
3017 Spinal blocks

I used bleeding cupping 5 times on the patient in a 2 week cycle.

The man can now walk longer distances and manage his daily routine by himself with some support from his wife. He comes to my practice every three months to stabilise his condition.

Successful therapy in my practice
So far I have treated 23 patients with multiple sclerosis. With the following results:

12 patients’ symptoms have all disappeared. These patients come to me twice a year for a check-up.

Six patients still have slightly restricted movement when walking.

Five patients experience mild incontinence when stressed.

Both these patient groups come to the practice once a month to stabilise their condition.

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