Katrina is taking steps to beat possible MS/autoimmune

Katrina from Cornwall, UK writes “For the last 18 months, I have suffered from various symptoms but the worst have been the numbness/ tingling in my legs and arms.  Most recently I have also experienced some incontinence which is just horrible.  After seeing 2 Neurologists, 2 MRI scans, Lumbar puncture, visual evoked potentials, a short course of steroids and I have been referred to another Neurologist for their opinion.  The likely diagnosis is either MS or Devic’s.  The treatment for these 2 conditions is quite different though, so until a firm diagnosis can be made, no treatment can be prescribed.

I have a busy life as a Mum, Wife and Business Owner and so I am keen to explore all avenues to try and improve my situation.  Taking responsibility for your own healing in itself, is empowering.  The thought of taking pharmaceutical drugs, does not fill me with joy as the side effects can often outweigh the benefits.  Instead, I have chosen to investigate what natural options may be open to me.

I had heard about a talk that James Cooper from the Simple Truths Foundation had done to a local networking group on colloidal silver but I was not able to attend.  Having done some reading on the internet about colloidal silver and its uses, I was interested to learn more.  James was kind enough to meet with me to talk through the various natural options.  The simple truths foundation have also given me lots of useful information to read.  It can be baffling to know what is truth or not with so much information available, but I feel much more able to work this out now.  At the moment I have decided to take colloidal silver, drink slightly sea-salted water (about 3 liters a day), a super smoothie each morning which includes bananas, almonds, hemp oil and spirulina.  I am keeping all my fingers and toes crossed (if only I could feel them!) for a positive impact.”

Stay tuned for what I hope will be an improvement in Katrnina’s health soon.

One comment on “Katrina is taking steps to beat possible MS/autoimmune
  1. paulp1919 says:

    Hi there
    The symptoms mentioned above could be vitamin b12 deficiency. It Would be worth getting it tested. You will have to get educated about b12 deficiency. There is a real lack of knowledge. You can still be deficient but be in the test range. B12 is responsible for DNA and blood production . Here is a very good web site which will help. There is also a great Facebook group which gives great support. https://www.b12deficiency.info/about-me/

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