OCW for Alzheimer's

 

Is Alzheimer's Disease an Inflammation of the Brain?

 

Today's medical establishment is widely divided over the root cause of Alzheimer's disease. Alzheimer patients do receive expensive medications for Alzheimer's, which are supposed to fight plaques in the brain. Between the four walls, however, one can assume that these medicines are only effective to a very slight degree - and they are still prescribed over and over again by doctors.  Even the manufacturers of those plaques medications admitt, that they cannot help a lot. Haven't you experienced this, too?  Don't you or one of your family members take such plaques medications knowing all the while that they cannot improve the state of the disease?

It's a good thing you found us! The answer may lie in below findings!

The information on this website is based on clinical evidence and trials. Below we will demonstrate, why the latest and most important scientific findings on Alzheimer's suggests that you take an anti-inflammatory medicine together with your plaques medications. A strong anti-inflammatory is, what Pfof. Pat McGeer, a Canadian expert in the field suggests, your best bet for those who are afflicted with the disease.

The Nun Study has shown over and over again, that plaques is not the root cause of the disease. According to Prof Thomas Bayer, another scientist on the topic, plaques is only responsible for about 10% of the disease. The other 90% is inflammation. Accoding to him, you are fighting only 10% of the disease whith your common prescribed plaques medication.

Read the basics about the Nun Study at Wikipedia here!  


 

 

OCW - Old-Clear-Wise is a herbal treatment for inflammation. Its herbal composition follows TCM standards (Traditional Chinese Medicine), an over 2000 years old recipe. The word Alzheimer's is a new word and did not exist back then. But cognitive decline, memory loss and inflammation did.

Why to use Anti-Inflammatory for Alzheimer’s?
In the following passages we show you a documentary from Thomas Liesen.
It was broadcasted on TV on July 28, 2008. The most important parts of this film we have selected below.

This documentary contains:  A completelt different view on Alzheimer’s disease, its root cause and, that plaques is only responsible for about 10% of the disease - the other 90 % that leads to Alzheimer’s is certainly an inflammation of the brain. But still, all Alzheimer's medications sold today are so-called plaques medications. The following sequences of the documentary explain a very different view of the disease. These views are made by scientists and experts in the field. They are not just a guess or an opinion. This is pure science that does not represent any commercial interest at all.

The Nun Study
The nun study was conducted in the late 1990’s. by Prof. David Snowdon, a scientist from the University of Kentucky, USA., The study involved about 678 nuns, who had volunteered to participate in this important study.

Read more about David Snowdon Ph.D and his Nun Study in his fabulous book "Aging with Grace - The Nun Study", here!  

 

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The nuns of Notre Dame made themselves available for the fight against Alzheimer's.

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Prof. David Snowdon does cognitive tests with the nuns. They allowed their brains to be examined after their death.  Sister Matthia is a very special case...

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Results of the Nun Study: The Nun Study has turned up side down what modern medicine believes is the reason for Alzheimer's disease. It is the prevailing medical belief that Alzheimer's is due to a concentration of plaques inside the brain. However, the Nun Study proved, that even the brightest of the nuns who showed no signs of Alzheimer’s at all during their lifetime, showed plenty of plaques when their brains were examined after they had diseased. Therefore today's medical establishment has been bitterly divided, as to whether plaques is indeed the real cause of the disease.

 

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When Sister Mattiha's brain was cut open after her death large numbers of plaques were found.  However, she had shown no sign whatsoever of dementia during her life.

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Sister Bernadette really makes the accepted plaque theory look shaky.  She was a highly intellectual person with a great memory.

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Not only Nuns have Plaques: The checque player Richard Wheveral was able to memorize 8 moves in advance when playing cheques – a real superhuman accomplishment. After his death they found plaques all over his brain.  The autopsy results should have read: ”Alzheimer’s at final stage”, but he had no sign of dementia during lifetime.

Is plaques not the root casue of Alzheimer's disease?
Today, those findings are no longer exceptions - among scientists it has become very clear: You can have plaques all over your brains but no signs of Alzheimer's at all. However, only the phamaceutical industry refuses to accept those facts. They continue producing and selling plaques medications despite these scientific findings.

 

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Sister Bernadette died of a heart attack at the age of 84. When her brain was cut open after her death, it was initially believed that the wrong brain had been delivered- it was full of plaques although the woman had been sharp as a pin until the end.

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When a pathologist goes to work after Richard Wheveral's death, he finds a brain stuffed full of plaques...

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German scientists are skeptical too:
Scientists from University of Göttingen in Germany conducted experiments on mice. The animals were injected with genes from Alzheimer patients. They thereby created Alzheimer mice. When they examined the brains of those mice, they indeed found plaques. Plaques is a poison that kills nerve cells. However, when  they looked for the nerve cells that have been killed, they made the discovery  that those cells killed were mostly not located near the plaques. In fact, only about 10% of cells killed were due to plaques, according to Prof. Thomas Bayer, Alzheimer researcher from the University of Göttingen, Germany.

Prof Pat McGeer from University of Vancouver, Canada has made a discovery:
Alzheimer researcher Prof. Pat McGeer has used another color tracer than as he usually would to detect plaques in the brains of mice. To his surprise, he discovered cells that looked like cells that were inflamed. For him there is no doubt that Alzheimer's is actually a disease of inflammation. He is a Canadian physician, professor, and medical researcher. He is regarded as one of the world's leading authorities on the causes and prevention of Alzheimer's Disease, and is the principal author of the inflammatory hypothesis of the disease, which holds that Alzheimer's is an inflammation of the cortex.

 

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Thomas Bayer is convinced: Plaques are not the real cause of Alzheimer's disease. Deposits are recognisable in the cells themselves- these lead to cell-death and finally to dementia.

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Read more about Prof. Thomas Bayer here!  

TV interview with Alzheimer scientist Prof. Thomas Bayer (German language): ... best chances we have against Alzheimer's is when we use a combination of a strong anti-inflammatory medicine with common anti-plaques medicine and to improve the body's immunization... 

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Prof. Pat McGeer managed to prove for the first time that an inflammatory illness is the main cause of Alzheimer's. The medical community is turned on its head overnight!

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Arthritis and anti-inflammatory agents as possible protective factors for Alzheimer's disease, published by Pat Mc Geer and many other Alzheimer's scientists - read them here!  

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Proof 1: Almost no Alzheimer patients in rheumatism clinics:
Prof. Pat McGeer suspected, that inflammation is the real cause for Alzheimer's disease. He therefore contacted rheumatism clinics worldwide, asking whether they have any records of any rheumatism patients getting sick with Alzheimer's too. To his surprise Alzheimer's disease was almost non-existent in rheumatism patients. Is it possible that the strong anti-inflammatory medicine given to rheumatism patients prevents Alzheimer's from developing?

 

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If an inflammation is the cause of Alzheimer's, then rheumatism patients, who take powerful anti-inflammatory medicines, ought to be spared by the disease.

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And they are: Pat McGeer calls many large rheumatism clinics worldwide and asks about rheumatism patients who, in the course of their illness, also contracted Alzheimer's.  Result: There were as good as no cases of dementia in rheumatism clinics.

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Proof 2: Scientific experiments with animals confirmed this theory:
In Germany at the University of Münster, scientists have mixed a strong anti-inflammatory medicine among the food of Alzheimer mice. The results showed, that these mice in time had diminished Alzheimer symptoms and changed their behavior towards normal. Is it possible, therefore, that a strong anti- inflammatory medicine reverses Alzheimer's in time -at least in mice?

What kind of rheumatism medicine and what has to be the dosage?
The findings of Prof. Pat McGeer wwre spread through the medical community like a shock-wave. Were we all on the wrong path with these plaques medications, all of the time? And furthermore, what kind of anti-inflammatory would be advised to take? Common anti-inflammatories have strong side-effects: we know that anti-rheumatism medications have side-effects. There must be a way to ensure that a new medication is side-effect free, since for Alzheimer's it must be taken on a long-term basis. Pat McGeer contacted the pharmaceutical industry in order to produce a suitable medication but all his requests were turned down. The pharmaceutical industry were not interested in producing a medication like that.

What is the response from the Pharmaceutical Industry?
The Pharmaceutical Industry worldwide knows about the Nun Study as well as about all the findings supporting it. According to Prof. Pat McGeer they are not willing to invest money in anything other than medications against plaques, since those medications have been patented and they are highly profitable.

 

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If a powerful anti-inflammatory is mixed into the food of mice with Alzheimer's one can actually observe that these mice are soon behaving normally again- the disease is thus more or less cured. Like with all mice trials, it can be questionned whether those findings apply for humans too. But in medicl science mice trials are being used most of the time. There are currently no trials on humans and it could be a long time before anyone begin to do those.

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The pharmaceutical industry is not interested in the new insights from the Nun Study. Plaques medicines are patented and highly profitable

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The Charite Clinic in Berlin searches for a vaccine against plaques.

Despite improved knowledge and the latest insights from the Nun Study, experiments were run at the Charite Clinic in Berlin to develop a vaccine against plaques. When Matthias Riepe, head of the Charite Clinic, was asked in a TV interview why people should be vaccinated against plaques when the Nun Study had clearly proved that plaques were not the real cause of Alzheimer's disease...The broadcast of the TV programme was forbidden. In fact, a fax had been submitted by the Wyeth company (a pharmaceutical firm which produces and sells Alzheimer's medication!) stating that:

"...Any comments concerning the Nun Study by the Charite Clinic may be made only with the prior agreement of the Wyeth Company..."

 

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Speechless! The Charite Clinic in Berlin forbids WDR  to broadcast the interview in which the Nun Study is discussed - one is not allowed to comment publicly on the newly-won insights from the Nun Study. Wyeth pharmaceuticals doesn't want that.

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Highly political! Wyeth pharmaceuticals sends a fax to the Charite Clinic. No one may comment on the results of the Nun Study without prior agreement with Wyeth.  Might these results from the Nun Study actually damage business in the expensive plaques medications?

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Millions of Alzheimer's patients worldwide:
In the US there are at present millions of people suffering from Alzheimer's.  They have a right for the results gained from the Nun Study be taken seriously and applied in an effective medication.

One Solution: OCW-Old-Clear-Wise
OCW - Old-Clear-Wise is a very effective anti-inflammatory agent on a pure herbal basis. Ordinary anti-inflammatory medications have quite a number of side-effects, especially when administered on a long-term basis.

OCW - Old-Clear-Wise is the first and only herbal of its kind.    OCW - Old-Clear-Wise is based on a very powerful anti-inflammatory, based on Traditional Chinese herbals.  It is a highly concentrated and is a 100% natural anti-inflammatory.

Taking OCW - Old-Clear-Wise
If you have Alzheimer's in your family then it is recommended to take one capsule a day as a preventative measure.  If the disease is already advanced, we recommend taking 2-3 OCW - Old-Clear-Wise capsules a day in addition to the medicines prescribed by your doctor against plaques. Do not take more than 3 capsules a day.

 

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Is Alzheimer's hereditary?

You have Alzheimer's in your family and think you don't necessarily need to take preventative measures to protect yourself from the disease?

Then please read the latest study from the New England Journal of Medicine, published in July 2009.

It states that the Alzheimer's genes ApoE4 and TOMM40 are 85-90% responsible for the fact that is Alzheimer's is inherited.

Therefore, Alzheimer's genes are inherited and preventative measures are the best chance of avoiding the disease.

Read more about it, as well as the full contents of the study, here! 

Read here what WebMD has to say on whetherAlzheimer's can be inherited.  

The film material on this page is taken from the film Alzheimer's: On the Hunt for a Cause , by Thomas Liesen.  The film was broadcast on WDR television on July 28, 2008