Dr. Jake Ames from Mexico shares his experience with Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN).
I graduate in cell and molecular biology. I studied medicine and did my clinical clerkships in England. Later I became a pathologist. I did an anatomical pathology, residency and clinical pathology residency in New York city. That took four years. And then I did an internal medicine residency in Reno, Nevada, and I did a one year course in acupuncture at university of California, San Francisco.
I later became board certified in holistic medicine, and I've had a private practice in the United States since 1994, but I decided to move to Mexico because I'm starting a cancer clinic down here. There's more freedom to practice medicine in Mexico and treating cancer with nutritional means instead of just chemotherapy, radiation therapy or surgery. I'm also an allergists.
And then my own allergy technique where to use acupressure and most of the time I can cure their allergies in five minutes. I've done over 20,000 kilos patients cleaning up people's arteries and removing heavy metals. And I specialize in Lyme disease too.
And I also use LDN on most of those patients.
I've been prescribing it since the mid nineties. Almost all of my patients with Multiple Sclerosis are on it and cancer patients.
I think all patients benefit from LDN. I complement when needed vitamin D, the right diet, fatty acids. They need to be detoxified.
I start my patients with 1.5 milligrams at bed time for one week, and then I pump it to 3 milligrams at bedtime for one week.
And when I stay at 4.5 milligrams, Rarely, some people can't tolerate the 4.5 milligrams. Low Dose Naltrexone has very few side effects, but sometimes it might cause some mild nausea and people may have some bad dreams and they just go back to 3 milligrams. Then later on, I can try open at the 4.5 milligrams.
Since 90's I saw a few thousand patients. In my state I specialized in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia and they have a messed up immune system.
I wasn't an oncologist until recently. I do think it's one of the best treatments for cancer and it doesn't harm people. That's what's so good about Low Dose Naltrexone.
Gluten plays a role in Multiple Sclerosis especially in America gluten has been genetically modified. And mercury amalgam, dental fillings play a role in autoimmune diseases.
And there's a vitamin D protocol in high doses for Multiple Sclerosis. So you need to use it all of these things in conjunction with LDN.
We use the Western blot test for Lhme diasease from hygiene next I G E N E X in Palo Alto, California, because test for the number 31 and 34 bands, which most Western blood labs don't test for.
So I've been using that lab for years and Lyme disease is in every state in America.
And I believe it's sexually transmitted because I've seen babies born with the disease, and I believe it gets into the brain within minutes. So I've done a lot of research in Lyme disease, and it's not really that easy to eradicate it.
Also everyone should be tested for the MTHFR mutation, screening test for heavy metal exposure, mineral deficiencies and hormones.
There's also an epidemic of people with low thyroid all around the world right now. We're low in iodine and we have too much fluoride.
Their temperature should be between 36.7 and 37 degrees. If it's below 36.7, they may be low in thyroid hormone. You must treat the patient. I look for signs and symptoms of hypothyroidism, and this plays a role in the Multiple Sclerosis and many diseases, because if your body is running cold, if you're low in thyroid, you're going to feel in slow motion.
I do treat children as well. The vaccine should be spaced out, not altogether. Children today are over vaccinated and I'll use Delta autism courses all the time.I specialize in autism, children are being over vaccinated these days.
I treat children with Autism using LDN.
We also use a CBD, a compound in marijuana that doesn't make you high. I I'll try LDN only on a few autistic children, mainly older autistic children, not babies or newborns.
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