What I Wished I Had Known Before That Could Have Helped
My mother had multiple sclerosis for 25 years. She succumbed to a Stage IV bedsore that ate away tissue in her back all the way down to the level of her lung.
The principle of grounding is the concept that I wish I had known about prior to her death. Grounding is the idea that touching any part of your body directly to the earth transfers the electrons from the surface of the earth to your body. It’s how animals stay healthy – they walk directly on the surface of the earth, and when sick, they dig holes in the earth to surround themselves with the earth to get even more of a transfer of electrons or negative ions. The electrons act like antioxidants, quenching free radicals that contribute to inflammation in the body.
The earth is negatively charged because of thousands of lightning strikes every day which occur somewhere in the world. I recall an interview on television with a woman not too long ago who had multiple sclerosis for several years. One day she was struck by a lightning bolt, and then recovered completely from her multiple sclerosis. She had received a major energy transfer, just like the earth does, and survived it. The massive dose of negative ions jumpstarted her nervous system to make a rapid recovery.
What Went Wrong with My Mother’s Skin
When I think back to why my mother’s condition progressed so rapidly, the reasons became very evident:
- Her whole life, especially at the end of her life, was rarely spent outside. Being inside the house means that she never received any of the healing electrons from the earth. Nature’s anti-inflammatory electrons and antioxidants weren’t allowed inside her body. Her body was subjected to the negative effects of electricity which generates positive ions that are associated with inflammation and disease.
- An electric bed was brought into her home in the last three years of her life. This accelerated her degeneration because electricity from our 60 Hertz cycle outlets is alternating current, and it sets up electromagnetic fields close to the body that influences the body negatively for health.Being bedridden, an electric bed would increase the negative effect of the electricity on her body, interfering with the immune system’s ability to act. The last three years of her life were exactly the time when more and more bed sores appeared – and failed to heal. The effects of the negative electrical field on her body prevented her healing.
- She refused vitamin and mineral supplements. The only two sources of antioxidants are foods and supplements, other than the earth’s surface. However, towards the end, her appetite decreased and her intake of nutrients fell rapidly. Thus, she got no antioxidants in her diet. By refusing to take vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, zinc, coenzyme Q10, selenium and alpha-lipoic acid, she was inadvertently saying no to the very healing agents she needed the most.
Possible Recommendations for Those Suffering from MS
So what would I do differently if I had the opportunity? Or what would I recommend to other multiple sclerosis sufferers?
- Take high doses of antioxidants: 10,000 IU vitamin A, 4000 mg vitamin C, 400 to 800 mg vitamin E, 30 mg zinc, 100 mg coenzyme Q10, 200 mcg selenium and 500 mg lipoic acid. Balance these with the other vitamins and minerals.
- If someone can walk, recommend a 20-minute barefoot walk or at least sitting in the park or backyard with bare feet for 20 minutes a day.
- If someone cannot walk, use a specially made blanket that shields against the electromagnetic forces from electrical appliances.
- Try specially made ‘earthing’ pads for sleeping. You’ll find they will either work or they won’t. These protect you from the negative electrical forces that act on the body. While you’re sleeping, the last thing that you need is to be in a highly electrified environment in your bed that is disrupting your body’s ability to heal. Adding a pad to the bed that contains earthing materials that connect with the ground/earth.
These strategies used together or even by themselves can make a huge difference to those who have multiple sclerosis.