Elaine DeLack Developed ProKarin to Help with MS

Elaine DeLack is a board-certified Registered Nurse .  Ms. DeLack’s passion for research was spurred by her need to find something to help herself, in that she was diagnosed with MS when she was 30 years of age (1988). You can order her book here.

Elaine’s work focuses on  research and treatment options in Multiple Sclerosis, depression, autism and Alzheimer’s.  Her scientific publications have appeared in the journals, Multiple Sclerosis Clinical and Laboratory Research, and Alternative Medicine Review.  Formerly she worked in the care of the elderly and those with chronic disease in transitional care facilities.

 

In the past 12 years she has been active in the advancement of new treatments for Multiple Sclerosis and related disease states.  She has developed and patented treatments for MS, Depression and Bipolar Depressive Disorder, and Autism Spectrum Disorder.  She has lectured throughout the United States and Canada to patients, doctors and pharmacists on issues of medical research and study application.  She is the CEO and founder of two medical research companies, EDMS LLC and MedDEV Inc.

Mainstream medicine’s recognized treatments at the time of her diagnosis, proved to have no benefit for her condition.  Ms. DeLack went back to school and completed a course in clinical research.  She dissected her symptoms by working backwards looking for a common factor in the various cellular chemical pathways that could be implicated in the etiology of all of her symptoms.

Elaine found the common factor to be histamine, specifically histamine2.  Ms. DeLack has furthered her research which has unveiled the etiology of the histamine2 deficiency to be a decrease in the activity of monoamine oxidase-A (MAO-A), a mitochondrial enzyme in the brain, liver, adrenal and pancreas glands.  MAO-A is vulnerable to numerous environmental factors such as stress, high estrogen, lipid peroxidation and toxins such as mercury and aluminum, lipid peroxidation.  She has found this research to be applicable to MS, Autism, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, and Alzheimer’s.

Trish and I feel honored that Elaine spent her time with us and very grateful to her for creating the awesome compound that improves our quality of life!  Like I said, you need a doctor’s prescription then it needs to be submitted to the Wellness Pharmacy to fill it. At this time, the Wellness Pharmacy 800- 227- 2627 in the Continental United States or (205) 879-6551 will give you a free months trial to see if Prokarin will work for you. The monthly cost of the Prokarin Patch is $228.

Thankfully my insurance covers it but even if it didn’t, I’d pay the money! Feeling this good  is worth it! Are you familiar with ProKarin?

Linda

About our Co-Founder: With a bachelors in Social Work, Linda is 53 years old, happily married with eight children and 17 grandchildren. Diagnosed with MS in 1995 and now having accepted and truly embraced her new reality, Linda has created MSrelief.com. She is dedicated to proving that joy can be chosen while living with Multiple Sclerosis. Linda specializes in helping others, especially those with MS attain the lifestyle, independence and happiness amid living with MS.

5 Comments:

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  2. Hi, There’s no doubt that your blog could be having internet browser compatibility issues. When I look at your blog in Safari, it looks fine but when opening in IE, it’s got some overlapping issues. I merely wanted to provide you with a quick heads up! Besides that, wonderful website!

    • Thanks Jody for letting me know~
      This morning was the worst! I updated WordPress yesterday, I did everything right you know, deactivating then reactivating… I think I have some plugins not playing well together! We need to take some time!
      Linda

  3. Hello,
    I learnt from the Internet about Procarin.
    My brother, Prof. Emeritus from the Technion in Israel has ad thye MS for the last 50 years.
    He is in a wheel chairs, and until recently could use two of his fingers.
    Recently the illness has progressed and he cant move them either.
    We have tried many different avenues, but there does seem much hope.

    Is there any hope for my brother?
    He is extremely depressed and from what I understand the prognosis is very gloom.
    Please advise.
    edna

    • Dearest Edna,

      My advice to you is to try to always be a positive energy for your brother. My hope for him is that he finds the motivation to explore the assistive technology that would enable him to operate a power wheelchair and a computer with his mouth. There are many people who live a meaningful life as a quadriplegic.

      If on the other hand, he’s too depressed to even think about trying something new, than I’d encourage you to talk to him about seeing a doctor about his depression. Even though he has no control over what’s happening to his body, he does have control over his mind and his attitude. It’s not easy, but it’s definitely possible to live a purposeful life while living with significant disability but his mental health may be the biggest issue for him at the moment.

      I hope he manages to get the care and treatment that he needs Edna. Thanks for reaching out. I hope you have some support for yourself. Being a caregiver or even just a family member that truly cares can be emotionally exhausting. Please take your self-care seriously.

      ~Trish:-)

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