Reflections From The Bible And Life

Natural Way Of Healing The Body

Hi! I’m Jason Bangayan. I’m in the health and wellness industry. I am looking for people who are looking for a naturopathic way of healing themselves and their loved ones, and I am inviting medical practitioners as well to try our product, Laminine. Laminine is a US product made by GMP Labs but owned and operated by Lifepharm and marketed by Lifepharm Global Network. Laminine is both US and Philippines FDA-registered, and is regulated under their strict guidelines. It is also backed up by years of intensive research and with 18 successfully published human clinical studies.

What it is is it’s a whole food source derived from a 9-day fertilized avian egg, during which the life essence is at its peak potency. This contains essential and non-essential amino acids plus a neurotransmitter protein called Fibroblast Growth Factor (FGF).  In addition to this, a marine protein and plant protein are added to make a formulation known as OPT-9.  FGF is responsible for sending and receiving signals to and from the brain to the amino acids. These amino acids are the nutrients needed by the body’s cells, particularly stem cells. Stem cells, once healthy, have the capacity to multiply and regenerate, as well as transform into any body cell type, to replace damaged cells.

The range of what Laminine can do is so vast as stem cells can replace any cell. We have a lot of testimonials ranging from insomnia cures, to cancer cures, to cures caused by brain imbalances, like Parkinson’s, Dementia, Epilepsy, etc. and more.

Laminine has been featured in a TV episode of American Health Journal. “Hercules” actor, Kevin Sorbo is one of the many people who take Laminine regularly.

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Please do share my cause in helping others get well by sharing this with others, should you not be interested to try it out. Others may benefit from it. Who knows, maybe you might be actually saving a person’s life just by sharing this with him.

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Thank you for taking the time to read this. I really appreciate it! Thanks!

Jason Bangayan

 

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2 responses

  1. Hi, anong magandang product for child epilepsy.

    November 2, 2014 at 10:10 am

    • burning bush
      groundsel
      hydrocotyle
      lily of the valley
      mistletoe
      mugwort
      peony
      scullcap
      tree of heaven
      valerian
      Such herbs have the potential to reduce seizures, but there’s no scientific proof that they work. The FDA doesn’t regulate the safety and efficacy of supplements. Herbs sometimes cause unpleasant side effects such as headaches, rashes, and digestive problems.

      While some herbs might help epilepsy, others should be avoided. These include:

      gingko and St. John’s wort (may interact with anti-seizure medications)
      kava, passionflower, and valerian (may increase sedation)
      garlic (can possibly increase medication levels)
      chamomile (may prolong medication effects)
      Part 3 of 6: Vitamins
      Vitamins May Complement Treatment
      Along with a healthy diet, certain vitamins can help decrease seizures in epilepsy. Keep in mind that vitamins alone don’t work. You should also follow your doctor’s instructions to prevent a possible overdose.

      The most frequently used vitamins for epilepsy are:

      folic acid
      vitamin B6
      vitamin D
      vitamin E
      Part 4 of 6: Mind Control
      Self-Control and Biofeedback
      Some people with epilepsy try to control their brain activity to reduce the frequency of seizures. The theory is that if you can detect symptoms of an impending seizure, then you may be able to stop it.

      According to NYU Langone Medical Center, some patients experience symptoms 20 minutes before a seizure. Others might feel symptoms for several days leading up to the event, including:

      anxiety
      depression
      fatigue
      bad headaches
      Self-control methods are used to prevent or decrease the intensity of the seizure once it arrives. There are varying techniques, all which require good concentration and focus. Examples of such methods are:

      meditation
      walking
      immersing in a task
      sniffing a strong odor
      literally telling the seizure “no”
      Oftentimes, these methods are too good to be true. The problem is there is no single technique to stop a seizure, and there is no guarantee it will work every time.

      Another method involves biofeedback. Like self-control measures, the purpose of the process is to take control of your brain activity. Biofeedback utilizes electrical sensors to alter brain waves.

      Physical therapists commonly use biofeedback. If you’re interested in this procedure, seek a professional — don’t fall for a biofeedback practitioner without credentials.

      Part 5 of 6: Other Ways
      Other Alternative Treatments
      Acupuncture and chiropractic treatments are sometimes considered other alternatives to conventional medicine. The exact way acupuncture helps is not understood, but the ancient Chinese practice is used to help chronic pain and other medical issues. By placing fine needles in specific parts of the body, practitioners help the body heal itself.

      Acupuncture may change brain activities to reduce seizures. While the practice sounds good in theory, there is no scientific evidence to prove acupuncture as an effective epilepsy treatment.

      Spinal manipulations in chiropractic care may also help the body heal itself. Some chiropractors use specific manipulations to help patients control seizures on a regular basis. But like acupuncture, chiropractic care isn’t widely viewed as an effective form of epilepsy treatment.

      Certain dietary changes may also decrease seizures. The best-known diet is the ketogenic diet, which focuses on eating a higher ratio of fats. It’s considered a low-carb, low-protein diet. This sort of eating pattern is thought to help decrease seizures, although doctors don’t know exactly why.

      Children generally use the ketogenic diet, and many people find the restrictions challenging. Still, this type of diet might complement other treatment measures to help reduce seizures.

      Part 6 of 6: Takeaway
      The Bottom Line
      Your neurologist is your best source of epilepsy information and care. The brain is a complex network. Each case is different, and seizures vary in severity and frequency. Not one single treatment or alternative remedy will work for everyone.

      Many patients try varying treatment methods until they find one that works best for them. Natural treatments may complement existing medical treatment. In some cases, alternative therapies might even improve your treatment.

      Despite their potential, natural treatments still pose risks. This is especially the case with herbs and vitamins, as they can interact with medications. Some “natural” supplements can even be as powerful as conventional drugs.

      You shouldn’t discount natural treatments for epilepsy. But treat them as separate options for epilepsy care. Take note of which methods interest you and discuss them with your doctor.

      November 28, 2014 at 12:51 pm

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