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Treatment For Gulf War Syndrome

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Ok , so it has taken 20 years, and the powers that be are still scratching their heads, rather than treating GWS.

First of all, if DU is a suspect or proven theory, as well as adjuncts in vaccines- why are people with GWS not being chelated? It was developed in WW2.

2) Cholestyramine is a known chemical and biological binding agent. (prescription) Chemicals and biological toxins have an affinity for lipids- fats, hence they have the ability to store themselves in your body. Cholestyramine is safe and old, and cheap. Google Army studies on mycotoxins (tricothecenes), a biological toxin used to make Yellow Rain, and you will see this info there. www.chronicneurotoxins.com has modern labwork and explains the pathophysiology of toxins that apparently the military has neglected to read, from their own research depts.

3) buy an at home sauna on Amazon, fold away infrared

4) low dose naltrexone can be used (prescription), also older, being studied for whole auto-immune spectrum to repair damage done to nervous, endocrine and immune system. Best compounded in cream form if you have GI issues

Why I am I posting this here? So you can go to the VA and ask for these drugs, bc they clearly haven't figured out you need them.

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Welcome to Hadit.

Would you mind putting up some links that would show more info on your suggestions?

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Ok , so it has taken 20 years, and the powers that be are still scratching their heads, rather than treating GWS.

First of all, if DU is a suspect or proven theory, as well as adjuncts in vaccines- why are people with GWS not being chelated? It was developed in WW2.

2) Cholestyramine is a known chemical and biological binding agent. (prescription) Chemicals and biological toxins have an affinity for lipids- fats, hence they have the ability to store themselves in your body. Cholestyramine is safe and old, and cheap. Google Army studies on mycotoxins (tricothecenes), a biological toxin used to make Yellow Rain, and you will see this info there. www.chronicneurotoxins.com has modern labwork and explains the pathophysiology of toxins that apparently the military has neglected to read, from their own research depts.

3) buy an at home sauna on Amazon, fold away infrared

4) low dose naltrexone can be used (prescription), also older, being studied for whole auto-immune spectrum to repair damage done to nervous, endocrine and immune system. Best compounded in cream form if you have GI issues

Why I am I posting this here? So you can go to the VA and ask for these drugs, bc they clearly haven't figured out you need them.

Welcome to Hadit. What's the point of this thread, I don't get it...

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Welcome to Hadit. What's the point of this thread, I don't get it...

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The point is- why are people with GWS not being treated with these things? Why are they just left suffering for years, with no detox treatments, etc. It is also to point out what the treatments are, in case people have not heard of them and want to try them.

I was bedridden, and wasting away, with all the symptoms of GWS (except birth defects of my kids). The above protocol helped me function again.

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Welcome to Hadit.

Would you mind putting up some links that would show more info on your suggestions?

Not at all, though I got a notice about posting the previous link- new here, not sure what rules are on posting links???

You can google any of the above:

-Dr Bernard Bihari discovered the use of Low Dose naltrexone (LDN) on the immune system

-Dr. Shoemaker and Dr James Schaller have large databases on cholestyramine (CSM) CSM works well for brain fog and memory loss

-great deal on EDTA and DMPS for chelation; also Russian based Modiflan was developed after Chernobyl. It contains fucoidan, a seaweed. It is $26 no prescription.

- hyperbaric oxygen therapy is also excellent for circulation problems, nerve, respiratory, TBI However, it is expensive. The VA could do a study...

Basically if you have been poisoned, look into detox, which clears the poisons, it is that simple. I am a former RN, and I can tell you first hand modern medicine is ignorant about environmental illness- be it from metals, chemicals, or biological toxins, such as lyme and toxic mold (tricothecenes were used to form Yellow Rain. We do not know that they were not used in the Gulf in 1990-1991. Tricothecenes would contaminate your gear and cause illness to others back home, as well. they are extremely difficult to detstroy. Dr. Shoemaker says one fourth of the population is genetically more susceptible to biological toxins -which is the exact percentage of GWS vets) Mycotoxins also make the body less resistant to other toxins, such as chemicals. There are Army studies and myriads of animal studies on this.

Everything I posted, I have used myself and some for my children, as we were poisoned by tricothecenes. Safe, inexpensive and effective.

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