OCW for Alzheimer's

 

FAQ

 

Question:

1) Why is it so important to take OCW - Old-Clear-Wise as a prophylactic, especially if you have a case of Alzheimer's in the family?
2) I have been taken OCW - Old-Clear-Wise for several months already.  Can I finally dispose of the medicine prescribed by my doctor?
3) Can OCW - Old-Clear-Wise really deliver results against Alzheimer's if the disease is already in full swing?
4) My doctor says he doesn't know about the Nun Study.  Is it unknown then?
5) Will my insurance pay for OCW - Old-Clear-Wise?
6) So what is the proof that OCW - Old-Clear-Wise really works?
7) Why hasn't the pharmaceutical industry brought out a medicine like OCW - Old-Clear-Wise?
8) My mother had Alzheimer's.  How great is the chance of me getting Alzheimer's too?
9) I don't have a credit card.  How can I pay?
10) What happens if my order does not arrive?
11) How long will it be until my order arrives with me?


Question: Why is it so important to take OCW - Old-Clear-Wise as a prophylactic, especially if you have a case of Alzheimer's in the family?

Answer: Alzheimer's can be inherited- i.e. if mother or father, grandpa or granny or someone else in the family has contracted the disease, there is certainly a danger that you or another family member also have the so-called Alzheimer's genes ApoE4 or ToMM40.  If so, the chances of yourself contracting Alzheimer's increase significantly.  Should you have both genes, the chance of you contracting Alzheimer's rises to as much as 85-90%.  The lessons that we have been able to learn up to now from the Nun Study and the rheumatism clinics (almost no Alzheimer's in rheumatism clinics!) show that OCW - Old-Clear-Wise can have a great influence on the course of the disease.  In mice the illness could even be reversed, in that they were able to remember again.

 

Question: I have been taken OCW - Old-Clear-Wise for several months already.  Can I finally dispose of the medicine prescribed by my doctor?

Answer: We recommend you carry on taking the medicine prescribed by your doctor.  In the end, as was found in the Nun Study, plaques is still the cause of 10% of Alzheimer's disease.  So you want to include this 10% in your treatment.

 

Question: Can OCW - Old-Clear-Wise really deliver results against Alzheimer's if the disease is already in full swing?

Answer: As of today it is true that there is still no recognized cure for Alzheimer's!  However, in mice it was found that very powerful anti-rheumatism medicines brought back learning capacity and the ability to memorize after the mice had already contracted Alzheimer's.  Of course, people are not mice!  However, when you also consider that Alzheimer's almost never occurs in rheumatism clinics, then it is no great leap to conclude that these powerful anti-inflammatory medications are also effective in humans. OCW - Old-Clear-Wise can certainly be treated in the same way as such a powerful rheumatism medication.

 

Question: My doctor says he doesn't know about the Nun Study.  Is it unknown then?

Answer: The Nun Study is a household name!  It is even listed in Wikipedia, exactly as it is described on our website.  Just type “Nun Study” in Google and take a look at everything that comes up.  If your doctor doesn't know about it he must have been too busy with other things in recent years and not enough with the latest research on the topic of Alzheimer's.

Question: Will my insurance pay for OCW - Old-Clear-Wise?

Answer: As of now, unfortunately it won't.  But we are working to reach a  deal with the insurance companies.

 

Question: So what is the proof that OCW - Old-Clear-Wise really works?

Answer: The experiments with mice, whose status changed from Alzheimer's to non-Alzheimer's because of taking powerful anti-inflammatory medicines.  And OCW - Old-Clear-Wise is such a powerful anti-inflammatory medicine.  But it is also the fact that Alzheimer's almost never occurs in rheumatism clinics.

Question: Why hasn't the pharmaceutical industry brought out a medicine like OCW - Old-Clear-Wise?

Answer: According to Prof. Pat McGeer the pharmaceutical industry has sunk too much money into the research and development of the current plaques medicines.  These are patented and highly profitable.  They can't get a medicine that is already on the market, or that is based on herbs, patented.  Therefore the pharmaceutical industry remains on the plaques course.

 

Question: My mother had Alzheimer's.  How great is the chance of me getting Alzheimer's too?

Answer: If you have the chance, do a genetic test.  It's the ApoE4 tests and the TOMM40 tests that have to be done.  If you have ApoE4 then you have a 50% chance of contracting Alzheimer's.  If you have both genes- the ApoE4 gene and the TOMM40 gene, then there is an 85-90% chance that you too will contract Alzheimer's, according to the latest scientific studies.

 

Question: I don't have a credit card.  How can I pay?

Answer: You can also transfer payment directly to a bank account (see our website!) Then send us an e-mail with your exact address.  We will dispatch your order as soon as the payment goes through.

 

Question: What happens if my order does not arrive?

Answer: Should your order not arrive, for whatever reason, an investigation will be started at the Post Office in the first instance.  Since the parcel is sent to you by recorded delivery it can't get lost.  And if it does happen, which is very unlikely, you will of course receive a full refund from us.

 

Question: How long will it be until my order arrives with me?

Answer: Please allow 10-12 working days from the date of submission.  As a rule we dispatch the very next day after your order.