Elaine Delack works on a new compound that seems to show promising results in the treatment of the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis!
Two years ago I went through a test-study at Johns Hopkins. You can listen to my story. The test drug was actually a chemo, Cytoxan. The Cytoxan annihilated my immune system which had been attacking my central nervous system.
The doctor at Johns Hopkins strongly encouraged me to get back on Copaxone for a year to train my immune system not to attack my myelin. He persuaded me when he said that the study, which was in it’s early stages (I was one of the first) showed that almost everyone who didn’t get back on Copaxone in the first month after Cytoxan, quickly went back to having active MS.
I’ve taken control of my eating and am following Ivy Larson’s Gold Cost Cure. Ivy claims her MS was cured with the food she chose. I really believed that if I lived and ate right, my body would stay healthy.
After 18 months living in remission, I decided to stop the Copaxone. I was tired of the shots!
Even following Ivy’s diet, the MS came back, I was feeling the effects of Multiple Sclerosis.
My new online friend, Darlene Davis suggested Elaine DeLack’s Procarin patch. I studied the information and decided to give it a try. Elaine DeLack has a great story~ She’s an impressive lady! You can see her story here. There are two parts, they’re both on YouTube, check the 2nd part out here!
Procarin is not one of the MS society’s drugs of preference. My alternative doctor, Dr. Vincent, prescribed it for me and I’m using a Procarin patch every day.
I haven’t felt this good in 16 years! Even though, a good diet, vitamins, exercise, lifestyle and Procarin help me feel great, it’s not stopping the MS.
I started back on the Copaxone September of 2010. That put my MS back in remission.
Knowing how much I dislike injections, my Doctor, Dr. Sponsler, suggested I give Gilenya a try. I’m still using Procarin every day and I feel great! I’m energetic, excited and motivated again! I want everyone to feel this way!!!
With a doctors prescrition, Wellness Pharmacy, the pharmacy that mixes Procarin is giving a free trial pack so you can see if this compound works for you. For the first 28 days only the postage has to be paid. Wellness Pharmacy ships to locations in the US (except Kentucky). If you are outside the US and would like to try Procarin, call the Wellness Pharmacy at 1-800-227-2627 or 1-205-879-6551. The Medicine Shoppe, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada is willing to ship to anywhere in the world.
Procarin is not FDA approved, histamine is the active ingredient which is FDA approved, but not the compound. None the less, some insurance companies cover it. The cost is $228 including postage.
I’m grateful that our Blue Cross Insurance reimburses us for the Procarin, but even if it didn’t, it’s worth the $228 every month to feel this good!