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Miracle Cure For Addiction, Depression, PTSD, And Chronic Illness

– Posted in: Health/Environment
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Recently, an old therapy has been making some new buzz. It promises to cure addictions, depression, PTSD, and chronic illnesses; slow or improve Alzheimer’s, lower blood pressure and cholesterol, AND it promises to reverse aging too! Dr. Abram Hoffer uses it for Schizophrenia, learning and behavioral disorders, anxiety, Arthritis, juvenile diabetes, cancer, chronic pain, and addictions.

The results have been astounding. It is reported that it is almost an immediate miracle when administered through an IV infusion.

The great thing about this therapy, aside from the fact that it really works, is that is also completely safe and natural! What is this miracle therapy? It is called NAD Therapy, or sometimes known as Vitamin B-3(Niacin/NADH) Therapy.

NAD (Nicotimide Adenine Dinucleotide) is a co-enzyme responsible for over 100 functions in the body, including production of ATP (Adenosine TriPhosphate) which is the body’s basic energy molecule.

Dr. Abram Hoffer stated, “Vitamin B-3 exists as the amide in nature, in nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD). Pure nicotinamide and niacin are synthetics. Niacin was known as a chemical for about 100 years before it was recognized to be vitamin B-3. It is made from nicotine, a poison produced in the tobacco plant to protect itself against its predators, but in the wonderful economy of nature which does not waste any structures, when the nicotine is simplified by cracking open one of the rings, it becomes the immensely valuable vitamin B-3.”

For those of you who are a “friend of Bill”, you will be interested to know that Bill W. wrote about and encouraged the use of Vitamin B-3 Therapy in the treatment of addictions, but as with most large organizations which set out to do good, the organization was infiltrated and Bill and his Vitamin Therapy were run out. (For those of you who aren’t a friend of Bill, he was the co-founder of AA [Alcoholics Anonymous]). These revelations were discussed in the article Niacin Therapy as Used by Abram Hoffer, M.D..

NAD Therapy is usually referring to IV Therapy, but there are supplements one can take if you are not able to get to a clinic for the IV Therapy. An internet search will find NAD supplements. IV NAD Therapy seems to be the quick miracle solution to help through serious illness or addiction, but home supplementation of a good Co-Enzymated B-3, over a longer period of time can be effective as well.

For those who suffer from chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, thyroid disorders, and other low energy poly-systemic diseases, NAD deficiency may be the culprit and if you have found no relief elsewhere, deserves investigation.

Dr. Olberholzer stated “When there is a deficiency in NAD, or too few power plants in the cells, there will be a metabolic energy deficiency. This metabolic energy deficiency is called a NAD Energy Deficiency (NED). This NED is insufficient chemical energy for life and can be defined as the physical state which develops when the body does not have enough NAD molecules and accompanying energy metabolic cofactors to generate enough metabolic energy on a cellular level to maintain the body in a constant state of health. Such a NED can result in a wide spectrum of NED related diseases. NED mostly manifests itself as chronic fatigue, chronic fatigue syndrome, substance abuse, depression, stress, anxiety, and various other chronic illnesses.”

Obviously from the statement above, we can see where many issues that may be the result of NED will be misdiagnosed.

Addressing NED obviously cures many ailments and addictions, so if one is facing any of the conditions listed in this article, NAD Therapy, or at least home mega dose Vitamin Therapy should be indicated.

On his website, Dr. Oberholzer talked about Genetic NED (Irreversible and Chronic), as well. He states, “It is estimated that 10% of people suffer from an irreversible chronic NED. Genetic and chronic NED is transferred from mother to child and is already present at the moment of conception.” Dr. Oberholzer explains that those with chronic genetic NED will need to continually supplement with NAD to live a healthy life, but with such supplementation, full enjoyment of life is possible.

VeteransToday.com reported on the benefits of NAD treatment in their article by Amy Morales, which sites the following success stories:

“• Doug, a health-conscious personal fitness trainer who experienced CTS (Chronic Traumatic Encylopathy) from several football injuries, would drink copious amounts of vodka at night to allow his amped-up body and mind to relax and shut down. He tried exercise and nutrition to get past anxiety-based insomnia; nothing worked. He knew that a 12-step program or therapy that dealt with past history wouldn’t work for him given that his issue was clearly a chemical imbalance. After just 20 minutes with his first NAD IV, he experienced a state of well-being he hadn’t felt in his entire adult life. His angst was gone, and the neuro-transmitters that lay dormant in his brain felt alive again. After the first day of treatment he was able to sleep soundly, and he told me he’d been craving-free for more than four months. He takes an NAD supplement and goes back monthly for a booster.

• After several tours of duty in Iraq, Patrick, a Marine, became a heavy heroin user after trying many other ways to self-medicate his PTSD and resulting insomnia. He admitted himself to two traditional inpatient treatments, one lasting 57 days. The first day out of each, he relapsed. After day four of the NAD treatment, during which he experienced no withdrawal symptoms, he felt completely clear and now sleeps without nightmares. He gets boosters once a month and has been drug free and PTSD free for several years.

• Steve, also an Iraq veteran, had nine neck surgeries in five years. He used pain pills and opiate drugs to deal with constant physical pain as well as intense PTSD. He entered the NAD program out of a desperate desire to be free of his addictions in that he has children and perceived a good life ahead of him. Starting the NAD program with a pain scale of eight, within ten days the pain eased down to a one. On bad days, he says, it now goes up to a two, but is easily managed with a couple of Aleve. With only slight withdrawal symptoms, he told me he is now 100% craving free and his PTSD is also gone. He continues to take the oral NAD supplement but has not needed any booster treatments. He did the program in November, 2013.

• Sandy is a young woman whose addiction to pain killers and amphetamines spiraled from recreational use to a full-on necessity. For three years she was not able to get out of bed without drugs, the lowest point of her life. She researched various other programs and told me she was baffled by the concept of replacing one drug addiction with another as a “cure.” After eight days of NAD treatment, she no longer thinks about using at all. Her mood is good, her energy is up, and she’s happy, she reported. Clean for a year and a half, she believes it was the combination of the in-home IV treatment she received and the warm caring from the clinic staff that made the difference. She has had two boosters and believes she won’t need any more to remain addiction free.”

This therapy is therefore indicated for:
Anyone with any chronic condition or “auto-immune disease”
Anyone with any unknown, strange, undiagnosed illness
Anyone with any chronic pain form injury of illness
Anyone with high blood pressure
Anyone with high cholesterol
Anyone with Diabetes
Anyone with any addictions
Anyone with low energy

It should be noted that NAD activates HPV (Human Papiloma Virus). Should you take NAD and then experience pelvic pain or develop warts, especially genital or plantar (on the bottom of foot), you should discontinue use of the NAD and address the HPV. HPV can be treated with natural means and a good internet search should turn up more data on that but some very good antivirals are Olive Leaf Extract, L-Lysine, and Colloidal Silver; all of which can be purchased online.

According to doctors working with NAD for addiction, withdrawals are greatly diminished, and a sense of health and well being is quickly restored on the therapy. Those with other medical conditions see an immediate change as well on the IV Therapy. Both those treating for addiction and illness can see results from home supplementation, though the positive results may take longer to manifest, and those suffering genetic or chronic NED will need permanent supplementation; but all will find great relief whichever route they take.

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