VOLUME 14 NEWSLETTER 6
MS MuSings does not endorse any
particular treatment for Multiple Sclerosis. We encourage you to talk to your
own doctor before engaging in any treatment options you may find here.
I HAVE BEEN TAKING THE
ESPERANZA NEUROPEPTIDE FOR 2 YEARS ... AND I CONTINUE TO FEEL GOOD!
From 2004 through August of
2006 my health was deteriorating. In 1994, my neurologist, who was then the
head neurologist at Kaiser in San Francisco, changed my diagnosis from
relapsing/remitting ms to progressive ms. From then until 2004 I went
through periods of stability and periods of decline. In 2004 I was alarmed
to discover that my symptoms were becoming scarier. I felt as though I was
"drifting away." These sensations increased in frequency until around the
holidays in 2005 I gathered my husband and daughter, who was at that time
home for a visit from college, and told them that I did not know how much
longer I would be alive. They were quite upset, but I did not know what else
to do. In 2006 I began researching on the internet and discovered the
Esperanza NeuroPeptide information. At first I could not believe that there
was anything for progressive MS besides chemotherapy or other drugs with
potentially lethal side-effects. I researched further. I was able to contact
the people at Esperanza NeuroPeptide. They were coming to San Francisco and
they agreed to see me. Prior to this I had some previous positive
experiences with homeopathy.
I met them and received my
first NeuroPeptide treatment. Within minutes I felt much better than I had
been feeling. For me the treatment had the following benefits:
I experienced a profound feeling of
well-being. I no longer felt as though I was dying. The peptide has given
me a life back. I feel like myself again.
I experienced mental clarity. Prior to
taking the peptide, it was difficult to think clearly.
I experienced an increase in my
ability to concentrate - longer and longer. Prior to the treatments my
thoughts were often scattered and I was not able to focus very long.
I had a dramatic increase in energy. I
was able to work on writing projects once again, without becoming
I am quadriplegic. The peptide did not
reverse this but I do have an increase in involuntary muscle spasms and I
feel physically stronger. In fact, I felt well enough to take a trip to
Portland, as well as going sky diving. These were things I would never
have done before starting the Esperanza NeuroPeptide!
In addition to the
aforementioned benefits, the effects of the Esperanza NeuroPeptide seemed to
be cumulative. I have been taking it for almost two years and I continue to
feel good. And my abilities and energy are still increasing. I don't always
need to take a nap midday as I used to.
The Esperanza NeuroPeptide
makes being disabled bearable. It is helping me to live life, the only life
I have, to the fullest.