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Re: Spinal Cord Injury

 Mr.Hveragerthi can u explain what are the best sources to get lecithin granules,
essential fatty acids,
methylcobalamin (active B12)and glycine.
Magnesium malate

All of these can be found in health food stores.

and if possible correct or approximate dosage to improve function of nerves.

The recommended doses are:

Lecithin granules- 1 tablespoon 3 times daily sprinkled on your food or it can be blended in smoothies.

Essential fatty acids- Fish oil is the best source focusing on the EPA/DHA, 1 softgel 3 times daily with meals.  Here is an example

Methylcobalamin- 1mg 3 times daily with meals.

Glycine- 1g 3 times daily at least 30 minutes before meals.

Magnesium malate- 300mg 2 to 3 times daily with meals.

We are using TENS on both lower limbs to maintain muscle bulk in both legs.

Please explain to me how to go about to getting
For the spinal cord holding on to a neon or argon tube connected to a transformer could help

Better stick to the TENS unit because of the screws.  The alternating frequency of Rife units will heat up the metal of metal implants such as screws, cages, replacement joints, etc.  The gas tubes with the neon transformers would likely do the same thing, but to much less of an extent.  I believe TENS units operate on DC, not AC, so they will not vibrate the metal.


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