danieLion wrote: There are no such things as "essences" via serial dilutions.
In one study, people who took magnesium reduce the frequency of attacks by 41.6%, compared to 15.8% in those who took placebo.
In one study, people who took riboflavin had more than a 50% decrease in the number of attacks
Viscid wrote:Acutally, there's a surprisingly significant amount of research which suggests acupuncture to be effective-- relatively moreso, at least, than homeopathy.
pilgrim wrote:It is not big in my country but I am aware that it is popular in Australia, Europe and UK.
Ben wrote:Hi Pilgrim
I understand your reluctance to take drugs unnecessarily.
I am wondering whether there are any lifestyle changes that would have a positive impact on your condition? Such as diet, exercise, sleep, etc?
I found that changing my lifestyle I was able to reduce my blood pressure and thus eliminate the need for medication.
Its just a thought.
pilgrim wrote:Acupuncture appears to be effective but there is still no medical basis to explain it.
danieLion wrote:... nightshades (tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, eggplant, tobacco). They are suspect number one.
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