Date: 2015-03-29 02:31:52
Comments: Thanks for putting together so much useful information on the topic.
I hope you yourself are doing better now
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Date: 2015-02-08 12:55:29
Name: Mirian de Meneses Costa
Comments: Thank you so much for your awesome veganized recipes! They are lovelly! I am going to check what books you have written!
Date: 2014-11-18 23:31:25
Name: Valerie Warwick
Home page: my wellness tutor
Referred by: group chat
Location: United States
Comments: Can you tell me if Naltrexone and cannabis work synergistically or are they antagonists. Different receptors or same ? This is in regards to cancer treatment and taking both.
Maija's comment: I don't know about synergy in this use, but at least they don't antagonize each other. In cancer treatment LDN works mainly by two mechanisms: a) non-specific boosting of immune system b) increasing the secretion of met-enkephalin aka opioid growth factor (OGF), which acts via the OGF receptor. I wouldn't be surprised if there's some synergy. But LDN is probably much more effective for most cancers.
Date: 2014-09-05 00:00:40
Name: sophia jacobsson
Comments: Hello maija
Im suffering of ME/CFS and have chronic migraine (24 h/day). I would really like to try nimodipine but no doctor will describe it for me. What doctor helped you with this? PLS email me I would really appreciate it.
Date: 2014-08-22 19:09:54
Name: Sue Vogan
Comments: I would like to invite everyone to the LDN Research Trust conference in Las Vegas, November 6-8, 2014. Please contact me for information or visit LDN Research Trust's website.
Date: 2014-06-20 19:58:31
Name: Michael Paul Gonzalez
Home page: MichaelPaulGonzalez.com
Referred by: Google
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Comments: Hi there! I see that you have a "CripFic" list on your website. I'd love to recommend my latest book, Miss Massacre's Guide to Murder and Vengeance, with a double amputee female protagonist. It's a dark revenge tale. If you'd like a free e-copy, I'd be happy to send one for your review. Thanks!
Date: 2014-05-30 01:18:13
Name: Kerry Johnson
Location: Bellingham, Washington, U.S.A.
Comments: Hi, Maija.
I also read the interview that Cort Johnson did you you.
Thanks for all that you do for DFS/ME folks -- I really appreciate it.
Date: 2014-05-28 20:50:53
Name: Rob Wijbenga
Location: Den Bosch, Holland
Comments: Hi Maija.
I just read the interview you had with Cort Johnson and to my surprise I read you're living in Holland.
I'm chairman of the Dutch ME/cvs Vereniging, and I don't now how yet, but do you think you could be of use for us and we for you?
If so, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or at my personal email.
Wishing you all the luck and wisdom needed woth your personal problems
Date: 2014-04-23 18:16:23
Comments: Hi Maija,
Thanks for sharing your findings. I would like to add to your information about iodine that the combination of iodine and potassium iodide is supposed to be more effective for hypothyroidism. See Dr. David Brownstein's books 'Iodine: why you need it, why you can't live without it' and 'Overcoming thyroid disorders'.
You may want to check out www.guptaprogramme.com for an amygdala retraining programme that has cured many people of CFS/ME/fybromyalgia/MCS. It was developed by Ashok Gupta in England. He used this programme to recover from CFS 10 years ago and he has been well ever since. Highly interesting.
Good luck to you!
Maija's comment: I now have both primary and secondary hypopituitarism, so anything for hypothyroid other than thyroid hormones is unlikely to help any.<p> Amygdala training is quackery. Why pour money on scammers when there are dozens of real treatments?
Date: 2014-04-05 15:31:11
Comments: You have definitely put a lot of work into these descriptions. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. My CFS has improved a lot with acupuncture and traditional Chinese herbs - have you tried these? If not, I hope you will, because I think it could make a difference for you.
Maija's comment: I've tried acupuncture for my TRPs. It wasn't helpful, probably because there are such deep-rooted metabolic issues behind them. I've tried quite a few Chinese herbs. Some have helped (e.g. ginseng and rhodiola), but all supplements that improve my functionality eventually stop working. Sophora flavescens still helps with sleep, as that type of benefit doesn't poop out. I also use Siberian ginseng and andrographis in cold prevention/treatment, though after my pituitary was destroyed I've found cat's claw superior to them.<p> Currently my problem isn't really CFS/ME, but the life-threatening hypopituitarism it has caused me. And it doesn't really make much sense to treat it with things other than hormones. Unless there are some treatments for hypoglycemia that I haven't yet tried, but I've tried most, at least, and none help.
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