MS cure – systemic enzymes
Initial attempts to apply systemic enzymes therapy to modulate
Multiple Sclerosis symptoms were performed almost 50 years ago
Nearly all performed experiments were positive and no severe side effects ever occurred
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More about systemic enzymes that are keeping me MS attacks-free – here
Nonetheless, information regarding this fabulous invention has been extremely scarce. Why is it can be so?
No doubt, humanity entered the era of information revolution. That simply means that literally any news fly worldwide in light speed.
Hence it is reasonably safe to assume that there exist some tremendously powerful forces, forcing the good news regarding natural cure for MS to be blocked. At the same time lots of news have been lively promoted. Even about multiple sclerosis vaccine (like if MS – viral disease) or any other MS drug…
Obviously, the news concerning possibility to cure MS with wonderful natural supplements – systemic enzymes – would be among the most wonderful ones for hundreds of thousands of MS sufferers..
Ok, let's take a look at available information:
- Professor Max Wolf noticed frequently occurring remissions following enzyme therapy in Multiple Sclerosis patients 
- In 1973, Prof. Tsiminakis from the Institute of Neurology at the University of Athens and Dr. Sedivi from the Hospital of Neurology in Russia reported similarly good results in the treatment of MS with certain enzyme mixtures 
- Dr. C. Neuhofer has extensive experience in the treatment of MS. Also, she is an MS sufferer who personally has limited the progress of this dreaded disease, using certain enzyme supplements 
In 1972, Dr. Neuhofer began treating MS patients with enzyme mixtures, initially using them on herself (as her first MS patient). Her improvement was dramatic (particularly the symptoms affecting the eyes, bladder, and rectum).
• 200 of Dr. Neuhofer’s Multiple Sclerosis patients were followed in a clinical research study. Findings indicated that symptoms of the eyes which measurably improved under enzyme therapy, were partial blindness, eye pain due to retrobulbarneuritis of the optic nerve, double vision, turbidity, and paresis of the eye muscles. Other symptom improvements were increased sphincter control of the bladder and of the rectum. Subsequently, a large number of MS patients were treated by Dr. Neuhofer with these enzyme preparations
• In another study, a total of 107 patients suffered from chronic progressive MS. Of these, enzyme treatment lead to an appreciable improvement in 45 patients and the progression was at least diminished in 26 patients… Deterioration of condition occurred in only twelve patients. All patients whose conditions continued to deteriorate had previously been treated with a drug (Azathioprine) which destroys the body’s own immune system
• In the study of 43 patients suffering a stepwise progressive deterioration, 35 exhibited appreciable improvement and, in some
cases, the abolition of paralysis 
- Dr. Neuhofer and her colleagues have treated over 350 MS patients with enzyme therapy… She published the statistical results of enzyme treatment on 150 patients who had been treated for over two years 
1. Max Wolf, Karl Ransberger, ENZYME THERAPY, Vantage Press (1972) (book)
2. Ransberger K, van Schaik W. Enzymtherapie bei multipler sklerose. Der Kassenarz: 41;41-5 (October 1986)
3. C. Neuhofer, in: Wbra, H. "Systemic Enzyme Therapy, Newest Status and Progress", Therapie Wochenschrift 7:37 (1987)
4. Neuhofer C. Enzymtherapie bei multipler sklerose. Hufeland J Biologisch-medizinisches Zentralorgan 1986:47
5. Multiple sclerosis: treatment with enzyme preparations, First International Conference on Systemic Enzyme Therapy, Klagenfurt, Austria: Mucos Pharma GmbH and Co., 1990 Sep 12
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* More information:
- Professional Systemic Support Poster References
- Systemic Enzyme Support for Multiple Sclerosis
- www.enzymetherapy.at/cms/?p=190" – New European research of Enzyme Therapy in MS patients
- Systemic Enzymes Testimonies
- Testimony by Dr. Joseph J Collins, RN, ND
- Systemic Enzymes, Scar Tissue, Uterine Fibroids, Inflammation, Toxins Of The Blood
Why is systemic enzyme therapy extraordinary?
Looking back, my experience with multiple sclerosis has been rather quaint.
Substandard, I should say:
It took me over a year to stop my MS
It took me over ten years to puzzle out, why I did it
No doubt, the only supplement I have been using to manage my MS is systemic enzymes. It worked miracles – firstly stopping MS exacerbations and secondly – reducing symptoms (even eliminating some).
But I still had no answers to all the WHATs, WHENs and HOWs !
Situation started to develop 10 years later.
ALL worst symptoms of multiple sclerosis can be managed, cured and even completely removed by powerful systemic enzymes
PS Presented information isn't easy to find at all. It's extremely scarce on Internet. I found it rather accidentally, or more precisely – magically, reading a wonderful book Enzymes and Enzyme Therapy by Dr. Anthony J. Cichoke, Keats Publishing, 2nd edition, 2000. It contains a chapter "The Scars of Multiple Sclerosis". Just there I finally (in 2009) hunted out some sound scientific explanation for what I have done to my MS in 1997…