Multiple Sclerosis Alternative Treatment

Multiple Sclerosis Alternative Treatment

The best Multiple Sclerosis Alternative Treatment is to Begin the Protocol in three together steps. These steps are described bellow. We wish you patience to follow this promising therapy. If you have read the articles on this web site, you now know there is a CURE for this disease based on Dr F.R. Klenner’s ms protocol. So the next question and the one I have received from many thousands of patients for over 30 years is "How do I get on It?" Dr F.R Klenner’s protocol given to me in 1973 is on this Web site and is being used around the world of course with the modifications which took place all these years. It will reverse and cure MS but it must be carefully and faithfully followed for life to maintain good health. There are no drugs- it is a nutritional treatment which restores normal metabolism and rebuilds the myelin sheath damaged by MS. It also includes the oral vitamins schedule along with the injectable LE and B1. The protocol is very inexpensive and effective, however it must be followed carefully and faithfully to ensure progress. All oral vitamins, injections and diet must be followed strictly, as this treatment works as a whole, each vitamin works synergistically (together,required) with the others. Never omit any of the listed vitamins or injections in order for this treatment

STEP ONE (Find a Doctor)

The first step is to contact a doctor, preferably a General Practitioner who is knowledgeable and familiar with natural therapies and if possible aware of this multiple sclerosis alternative treatment. It could possibly be your family doctor. Take a copy of the Dr Klenner's protocol for Multiple Sclerosis and this page to show him.- Most doctors now will look at the protocol, see that there are no drugs and help you to get started to deal your multiple sclerosis. If your doctor hesitates to help you, don’t be discouraged, go to another doctor and persevere until you receive help. Most doctors are now becoming educated in nutrition and rarely do I hear of a doctor who won’t help a patient. However, some doctors are still "drug pushers", and if you encounter one, move on. If there is no way of finding a doctor we may assist you find one and if this is not possible too don’t forget that THIS HAS WORKED HUNDREDS OF TIMES AS A STAND ALONE APPLICATION!

STEP TWO (Oral Vitamins schedule)

"Buffered Vitamin C as Calcium Ascorbate" is the best, easiest on the stomach form of C to take, well absorbed, and easily tolerated. You should at least take 1,5grams daily. 5 grams every day is suggested normally, and more, up to 20 grams (or up to bowel tolerance) daily if you are feeling as if you may get a cold, or flu. Vitamin C is crucial for secondary infections, which, of course are the danger of these new flu bugs that are circulating and usually delays your Multiple Sclerosis recovery. Some people find it more easily tolerated in high doses on an empty stomach, 15 minutes to 30 min. before meals.

Vitamin C which comes as Ascorbic Acid has an acidic form and cannot be taken in such doses because it will be harm full for your stomach. You should definitely avoid it. 5 grams is a good every day dose. If not well tolerated then USE NOT LESS THAN 1,5grams. Increase until bowel tolerance when sick.

Read also: Vitamins: It’s Dose that Does It

*IMPORTANT: If a patient has a heart pacemaker, or any other reason that they are on blood thinners, they should FIRST check with their doctors for Vit.E, and the fish oil.

Vitamin E* is a fat-soluble vitamin that exists in eight different forms. Alpha-tocopherol (α-tocopherol) is the name of the most active form of vitamin E in humans. It is also a powerful biological antioxidant . Vitamin E in supplements is usually sold as alpha-tocopheryl acetate, a form of alpha-tocopherol that protects its ability to function as an antioxidant. The synthetic form is labeled with the prefix "dl-" while the natural form is labeled with the prefix "-d". The synthetic form is only half as active as the natural form.

Antioxidants such as vitamin E act to protect cells against the effects of free radicals, which are potentially damaging by-products of energy metabolism. Free radicals can damage cells and may contribute to the development of cardiovascular disease and cancer. Vitamin E has also been shown to play a role in immune function, in DNA repair, and other metabolic processes which is very important for Multiple Sclerosis patients.

Prefer the natural form of Vitamin E (read the label of the product you buy to have the "-d" prefix) and try to find a product of mixed tocopherols and at least 400IUs of strength. Alpha and gamma is needed besides the rest of the tocopherols. Choose dry and avoid the oil tablets.

Discovered in 1922, vitamin E is not a single compound, but rather an entire family of compounds with eight structurally related forms, or isomers. The eight isomers are made up of four tocopherols (alpha, beta, gamma, and delta tocopherol) and four tocotrienols, also known by their alpha, beta, gamma, and delta forms. The distinct structures of these tocopherols and tocotrienols confer unique chemical characteristics to each of the eight forms of vitamin E. While all forms of vitamin E are potent membrane-soluble antioxidants, only two—alpha tocopherol and gamma tocopherol—are predominant in nature.

Humans and other animal species cannot synthesize their own vitamin E and therefore must acquire this nutrient from plants, which are the only organisms capable of manufacturing it.

The B-series of vitamins is a crucial blend for the health of the nervous system and should be taken from patients with multiple sclerosis in a regular basis. All of the vitamins below work synergestically and DO NOT cover the need of extra intake of niacin, B1 injectable, B12 in a sublingual or injectable form etc. You may have one or two tablets daily according your needs with water. This tablet usually contains:

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) (100 mg) – Remember it just adds to your nerve function and does NOT substitutes B1 injectable in the protocol treatment.

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) (100 mg)

Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide) (100 mg) – Remember you have to take a Niacin pill twice weekly (as Nicotinic Acid) apart from this form of niacin contained in your B100 tablet.

Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) (100 mg)

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine Hydrochloride) (100 mg)

Vitamin B9 – Folic Acid (400 – 1000 mcg)

Vitamin B12 (as Cyancobalamine) – Remember you have to take 2mg daily sublingualy in a form of B12 Methylcobalamine

Biotin (100 mcg)

Inositol (100 mg)

Choline Bitartrate (100 mg)

PABA (Para-Aminobenzoic Acid)

Vasodilator, opens all blood vessels and capillaries to allow maximum blood flow to help rebuild myelin sheath damaged by MS. It will cause a "flushed" feeling (sometimes pinching or itching) which most people find pleasant. To take maximum advantage, should be taken on empty stomach in morning, and cover up to maximize flush. As body builds tolerance, dose may be raised, but if taken as advised, raising of dosage should not be necessary for some time.  May be raised to 500 mg.

Methylcobalamin is the neurologically active form of vitamin B12. The liver does not convert cyanocobalamin the commonly available form of vitamin B12, into adequate amounts of methylcobalamin, which the body uses to treat or correct neurological defects. Animal studies have shown that high doses of methylcobalalmin are effective in neuron regeneration and that there is no known toxicity at large doses. If too much is taken, it is just sent out of the body, like a sponge that is oversoaked.

This is a sublingual tablet of B12 as methylcobalamine which is the best type of B12 to take. The sublingual form is absorbed directly into the bloodstream through the thin membranes underneath the tongue. Methylcobalamine, is twice the strength of the cobalamine. We suggest two tablets of 1000mcg daily, that’s 2000mcg daily.  For patients that definitely show a low B12 level, the 5,000mcg. dose can be taken, but not on a regular basis, only until there is no longer a problem with a low blood serum reading.

In case this is not enough, and your B12 readings are either low, or you would like to see if this helps, as it has for some patients, you may possibly want to try B12 injections, and experiment with the results that they are getting, but ALWAYS HAVE YOUR B12 LEVELS TAKEN.

Look for Pharmaceutical grade fish oil, made from krill, sardines, other small fish are not contaminated with heavy metals such as cod, and other fish that live longer and feed from the bottom of the ocean. Buying as oil is most economical, 1Tblsp.daily.

*IMPORTANT: If a patient has a heart pacemaker, or any other reason that they are on blood thinners, they should FIRST check with their doctors for Vit.E, and the fish oil.

Definitely avoid Vitamin D which comes from Fish Liver Oils.

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that is essential for maintaining normal calcium and phosphorus metabolism. By promoting calcium absorption, vitamin D helps to form and maintain strong bones. Vitamin D also works in concert with a number of other vitamins, minerals, and hormones to promote bone mineralization. Recent studies have proven the role of this vitamin to patients suffering from MS. The new data is showing that low levels are associated with MS. Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) can be synthesized by humans in the skin upon exposure to ultraviolet-B (UVB) radiation from sunlight, or it can be obtained from the diet. Supplemenattion is the best way to have the right daily dose you need. Never overexpose yourself to the sun since this is known to harm MS especially in very hot days.

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The intestines are one of the principal organs for digestion, so it is important to maintain intestinal health. Our natural intestinal flora, can be affected easily by illness, use of antibiotics, or just a general shortage, due to shortage of the sources of these of which many are present in natural yoghurt or kefir. It is also possible to buy a good probiotic, that has not only the lactobacillus, but acidophilus, bifidus, and rhamnosus, and should be refrigerated, if you are buying the live probiotics, to maintain their life. Look for them in supplies that are not too large, as they have a short life.

Everybody should take 1000 mg of calcium daily, and if they are MS patients, they MUST take it, because almost every patient has been treated with cortisone, which leeches calcium out of the bones, causing osteoporosis at a very early age. This should be taken with magnesium because they work together generally but NOT AT THE SAME TIME because Calcium works in an antagonistic way towards magnesium. Suggested ways of taking are listed below.

  • The body can only absorb 300 mg. of elemental calcium at a time, so it should be taken in the lower doses, spread through the day. Calcium should NOT be taken within the same time as all of the other vitamin. This can be achieved by taking calcium with snacks between meals, but avoid taking with dairy foods, bran , whole cereals, spinach or rhubarb. This affects absorption. Magnesium can and should be taken with meals and all other vitamins together, as it does not affect the absorption of other vitamins the way that calcium can.
  • Although most people who don’t have MS are fine with a ratio of 2:1, due to the tremendous effects of both of these on nerve transmission, the effects on spasticity, smooth muscle control, bowel workings, they are extremely effective in stopping spasms. Begin with a 2:1.5 (Calcium to Magnesium), and if no bowel problems are encountered, increase magnesium to the level where the daily bowel cleanse is as perfect as possible. (if stool begins to get to soft, back off on magnesium, until dosage is one that works best for you). Adjust the magnesium/calcium ratio, until spasticity, bowel and sleep pattern is at the best possible ratio, since everybody has a different tolerance for the amount that is actually absorbed.  The best types of calcium to take, are citrate, carbonate, gluconate, and lactate. The best magnesium to look for are gluconate, carbonate, or citrate. In extreme cases of constipation, magnesium oxide can be used, but is very potent, and shouldn’t be used in your attempts to find the best dosage for daily use.
  • Do not use a combination tablet because of the reason mentioned above.
    • If an MS patient is having problems with spasticity,  calcium can be increased to 1200-1500 ml. per day, always with the magnesium, (since both work to maintain electrical potential across nerve and muscle membranes and work to smooth muscle control) and if constipation is a problem you should increase your magnesium even more for a while. The bowel should be functioning at a  suggested two movements a day, since the build-up of toxins can actually bring on fatigue, tightness, an ill feeling and spasticity. Since there will be times during healing when the amounts needed may change (needed for bone building, or other important healing factors,diet,weather, stress, etc.) you may find that your usual dosage is not working as well with calming spasticity, etc., or bowel needs change, adjust according to need since the body is not always steady in it’s requirements for these important minerals and electrolytes.*(1) Keep in mind that Calcium already included in some of the vitamins you take (such Vitamin C or Vitamin D) should NOT be calculated with the extra Calcium taken.

*(1) Keep in mind that Calcium already included in some of the vitamins you take (such Vitamin C or Vitamin D) should NOT be calculated with the extra Calcium taken.

*(2) Sometimes a 1:1 ratio of calcium to magnesium is required to avoid constipation. This is mostly for people who are not on their feet, or wheelchair bound. For non active patients magnesium can be taken at this ratio, and if constipation is still a problem, magnesium can be raised. Magnesium oxide beginning with a dose at 75 mg. can be added until bowel function is achieved in very persistent cases, but is more potent, and shouldn’t be necessary as the regular type taken.

*(3) Some of Calcium-Magnesium products may also contain Vitamin D (usually not adequate doses). Remember you should have 2000IU to 5000IU daily.

Read also: Suggestion: Where to buy your oral vitamins

Other Basic Additions:


According new evidence Vitamin A has been removed from the protocol treatment due to it’s antagonistic effect to Vitamin D. For more read this article .

Beta Caroten is the type of carotenoid which converts into Vitamin A in the body. It has antioxidant effect like vitam in C and E. Common provitamin A carotenoids found in foods that come from plants are beta-carotene, alpha-carotene, beta-cryptoxanthin and many others. Among these, Beta-Carotene is most efficiently made into retinol. Alpha-carotene and beta-cryptoxanthin are also converted to vitamin A, but only half as efficiently as Beta-Carotene. Daily dose suggested: 16,500 – 25,000 IU (10 – 15mg).

Enzymes are protein molecules found in all living cells. They break down proteins, fats, carbohydrates and fiber making it possible to benefit from the nutrients found in those foods while removing the toxins. Enzymes turn the food we eat into energy and unlock this energy for use in the body. Their presence and strength can be determined by improved blood and immune system functions.

There are three types of enzymes. Our bodies naturally produce two types, digestive and metabolic enzymes as they are needed, while food enzymes can only be consumed orally.

  • Metabolic Enzymes speed up the chemical reaction within the cells for detoxification and energy production. They enable us to see, hear, feel, move and think. Every organ, every tissue, and all 100 trillion cells in our body depend upon the reaction of metabolic enzymes and their energy factor. Metabolic enzymes are produced by every living cell. However, the liver, pancreas, gallbladder and other organs play a vital role in their production.
  • Digestive Enzymes are secreted along the digestive tract to break food down into nutrients and waste. This allows nutrients to be absorbed into the blood stream and the waste to be discarded. Human digestive enzymes include ptyalin, pepsin, trypsin, lipase, protease, and amylase. The body does not make cellulase, an enzyme necessary for proper digestion of fiber, so it must be introduced through the raw foods we eat.
  • Food Enzymes are introduced to the body through the raw foods we eat and through consumption of supplemental enzyme fortifiers. Raw foods naturally contain enzymes, providing a source of digestive enzymes when ingested. However, raw food manifests only enough enzymes to digest that particular food, not enough to have any support systemically. The cooking and processing of food destroys all of its enzymes. Since most of the foods we eat are cooked or processed in some way and since the raw foods we do eat contain only enough enzymes to process that particular food, our bodies must produce the majority of the digestive enzymes we require. For these reasons it is recommended that we supplement our diet with enzymes.

To help with digestion, many find a good combination of digestive enzymes help them to digest and assimilate the nutrients more efficiently. Also, as a person ages, they produce fewer of these enzymes, and the less desirable bacteria that may already be in your gut thrive on undigested food. We all have problems with certain foods, and this may help you decide what type of enzymes to look for.

Digestion is much more complete with a good, multi-enzyme , particularly for fats, proteins, and carbohydrates. Try to find an enzyme formula that contains Betain Hydrochloride, since this is where the digestion starts, with the stomach acids to break the food down. Many people are low in stomach acid and have problems with gas, bloating and constipation.A good multi-enzyme formula, containing as many of the bellow, will help you to utilize your food and your supplements more thoroughly. If you cannot find one that contains Betain Hydrochloride, it is suggested that this be taken as a tablet along with every meal.

Known enzymes and their function:

  • Protease, breaks down proteins.
  • Amylase and glucoamylase break down glucose molecules and polysaccharides.
  • Malt diastase breaks down starches
  • Invertase, digests sugars
  • Lipase, breaks down both saturated and unsaturated fats and help absorb fat-soluble vitamins.
  • Beta-fructofuranosidase helps digest complex starches.
  • Cellulase and hemicellulase break down fiber
  • Acid-protease convert proteins into amino acids
  • Bromelain-from the stems of pineapple, helps digest protein.

One of the very important body’s trace elements. It is a chelator helping in discarding heavy metals. It has been shown to counteract the toxicity of heavy metals such as cadmium, inorganic mercury, methylmercury, thallium and to a limited extent silver. Take 200mcg daily with food in it’s organic form: L – Selenomethionine.

STEP THREE (Injectable B1 and Liver Extract)

1) Thiamine Hcl., 200mg.per ml. strength (this is the best strength to use) which comes in a 30 cc vial. 400mg every 24hours given by injection. This is possible to be raised only to very persistent situations after long period of no improvement up to 500mg.

2) Injectable Liver Extract which comes in a 10` cc vial. 1ml mixed with thiamine twice a week. It is wise to order a three month supply of those (6 vials of the B1 (thiamine) , and 3 vials of the liver extract at one time as you can’t walk into any pharmacy and obtain these, and you don’t want to run out). Contact us to find out how.

*IMPORTANT NOTES: Sometimes B1 products can be found in different sizes and strengths depending on the place you get it. For example there are products containing 100mg/ml of thiamine instead of 200mg/ml. 200mg per vial is much better because it’s less amount of liquid inserted in your body so you avoid skin distress. In any case make sure you take 400mg of B1 on a daily basis. Use those vitamins BY INJECTION ONLY.

Don’t try to substitute the injection with pills or tablets of B1 or any kind of other liver products. You will never get the expected results because the stomach acid will destroy them. There is no other way that it can be assimilated


Your doctor or nurse will show you how to give the one daily injection required. It is easily given and almost painless when done slowly. The injection is given mostly at any fatty areas such as the fat of the buttocks, the fatty areas around the waist and stomach (if there is any, which must be entered carefully at an angle). AVOID injecting into other areas which won’t allow the long-term use once they are scarred. The syringe is a 25 Gauge by 5/8" or 1" needle with a 3 cc syringe, and is used only once and discarded. You buy these by the box. It is better to use the smaller needle to avoid scar tissue (25G – 5/8”). The top of the vial and the injection site is swabbed with an alcohol swab to disinfect. Draw 2cc’s of thiamine ( 400mg.) into the syringe, eliminate any air bubbles, and inject the needle all the way in and slowly inject until the syringe is empty. Remove, and hold the alcohol swab on the injection site for several minutes to prevent bleeding. Twice weekly, add 1 cc of the liver extract to the injection, along with the thiamine. This will fill the 3 cc syringe and you won’t have to give a separate injection.

*Remember: Use a different needle to draw the liquid vitamins from the vials and a different needle to inject because you may encounter a problem with the edge of the needle used because of the distress to draw the liquid vitamin.

** Patients who eventually DO develop scar tissue, just change the needles and go from a 25G 5/8” needle to a 25G with a 1” needle which goes to the next level of fat.


The needle suggested is subcutaneous so the injection can be done subcutaneously as well even though in the protocol you will only find the word "intramuscular". You don’t have to hurt your skin because of the frequent use. The result is exactly the same if the injection is done subcutaneously. You may (and must!) rotate the cites you inject. The buttocks, your stomach and all the fat around your waist, and when you inject into the stomach or your waist remember to go in at an angle, although the needle is so short, the deeper in to the tissue that you can get the less of a welt you will get. Never go straight when you inject into the stomach, around your waist. The key is to rotate the sites. I have no spots that are not injectable, after 30 years of daily injections. Try some ice on injection sites if they get sore, but if you are moving around that large area, you shouldn’t be using the same places often enough to develop scar tissue.

* When taking LE with B1 (more liquid vitamin in your syringe) try to inject straight into the fat of the buttocks (this is a good fatty area for most people) which is safer to avoid big welts.


REMEMBER: This treatment has been used successfully for over 50 years, so don’t experiment with the injection dosages and you will make steady progress and a full recovery as I and many others have. DON’T MISS THE DAILY INJECTION! For the dietary suggestion see the article published May2003, issue #238 of THE TOWNSEND LETTER FOR DOCTORS AND PATIENTS titled Dr. F.R. Klenner’s Protocol for MS. by Dale Humpherys Also have a look at my nutrition.

Note: Some people have difficulty finding all of the supplements required for the protocol, and if this is something that you need help with, please email us, as we now have patients on this protocol throughout the world, and can call on our experience to help you. We are aware that some people are able to obtain everything necessary by mail at very reasonable prices, we can advise you where you may be able to obtain everything in your part of the world where they are familiar with the protocol. We want to be sure that you obtain the correct products and dosages.






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