Patent Application Published in 2006 Describes Effective Treatment for Many Chronic Diseases

This is unbelievable I have independently to Stephen Wills (the applicant and inventor of the patent application “Treating microvasculature diseases with acetyl cholinesterase inhibitors” under patent number CA 2597566 A1) concluded the same about treatment of many chronic (including psoriasis) diseases.

I don’t think that I am only the second person who thought about this but why most doctors have no clue about this? Why the facts from that patent application are not popular on the internet? I found that application when I was looking for some scientific papers that would back up my psoriasis theory (what is actually the theory about the cause of many chronic diseases).

I think that nervous system dysfunction is crucial in development of so much chronic (also autoimmune considered) diseases. Actually very most of the chemicals we are daily encountered with are nervous system disruptors.

Here is the link to patent application “Treating microvasculature diseases with acetyl cholinesterase inhibitors” from Stephen Wills – http://www.google.com/patents/EP1881756A2?cl=en

The patent describes treatment using the acetylcholinesterase inhibitors for diseases like diabetic neuropathy, phantom pain, lymphoedema, “autoimmune” and inflammatory diseases like MS – multiple sclerosis, Crohn’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis).

Psoriasis is not mentioned there but I believe that it is one of the best responding diseases for this kind of treatment. Yes, treatment because this is not a cure! It can be helpful in the beginning but I would not recommend to take the acetylcholinesterase inhibitors the way and for the purpose like the drugs are taken – to mask the symptom of the problem.

There are natural and man-made acetylcholinesterase inhibitors. I would take the natural ones since it is much safer and you can buy them as supplements. The two most popular natural inhibitors of acetylcholinesterase are Huperzine A and Galantamine. Galantamine is actually already used by mainstream medicine for treatment of Alzheimer’s disease so even allopathic doctors know the effects of Galantamine.

Here is the paper summarizing the effects of various plants on acetylcholinesterase inhibition – http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?pid=S0102-695X2006000200021

You can find scientific papers by searching “Natural inhibitors of acetylcholinesterase” on Google. Actually there are a lot of plants that contain some acetylcholinesterase inhibitors since it is the part of their protection from insects.

Acetylcholinesterase inhibitors as the insecticides – keep in mind next time you would want to buy some insecticide in spray because it has the same effect on your body:

As I said above Huperzine A or Galantamine is not a cure of psoriasis and other chronic diseases alone since those compounds directly does not help to remove the cause like – intestinal toxicity (bad liver function) or dental infection.

2 Responses

  1. Teresa says:

    Thank you for putting this out there. I had not heard of Galantine or Huperzin A. I am trying to find something that will help my husband who has myasthenia gravis. Interesting bit about the chemtrails! No one believes me when I point them out-think I’m a lunatic. So glad you know too, that it is pure evil. But I didn’t know they were spraying us with nervous system disruptors. (not sure what I thought it was though) Good lord. Will the wickedness ever cease?

    • John says:

      I don’t know what are they spraying but neurotoxins are easy way to destroy the body slowly.

      Galantamine is great for many problems and it is anti-inflammatory via its effects on alpha 7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor.

      You may check for the dental infections and root canals. Then magnesium, omega 3,6,9; lecithin, B-complex and artichoke for bile flow.

      I think that many of those neurodegenerative/autoimmune diseases like Myasthenia gravis are viral.

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