Cetyl Myristoleate for Arthrtis Science or Speculation 1 by anamaulida


									In essence, people can naturally detoxify toxic substances without
support. Yet, with the growing amount of toxins that are being ingested
into the body through water consumption, environment, and the food that
people eat, can build up.      Detox (detoxification) is a term that's
came into popular use in the last decade or so but only within the realm
of alternative or holistic Western medicine.

  Were you concentrating so hard on the negative that it happened as you
expected? Are you looking at life through your present limitations? To
rise in consciousness the level which you desire you must completely drop
or let go of the consciousness with which you are identifying.      The
Full Body Detox opens the door to healing and rejuvenation. Detoxifying
gives our bodies what it needs so desperately, a complete internal
cleansing. We are conscious about cleaning the external body, but not the
internal body.      Movies are after all for entertainment purposes only,
and there is nothing remotely entertaining about the reality of alcohol
abuse and drug addiction. Addiction can be hell on earth and life in an
Alcohol rehab and Drug Rehab can be a nightmare.    Cetyl Myristoleate
for Arthrtis: Science or Speculation          There are a lot of fabulous
stories about Cetyl Myristoleate (also known as CMO or CM) floating
across the Internet. Mine is one of them. There have been a number of
articles published in little known journals or magazines. There have been
four small booklets published. One making fantastic claims, all four
filled with anecdotal evidence but offering no real research to back up
the claims. There are a number of Doctors sharing the results they are
having with their patients but so does every other wonder-working
product. The question is, are there any scientific studies to back up any
of these claims? The answer is yes. To date there are several patient
studies and two double blind studies completed. I will mention the three
most prominent below.      Dr Len Sands of the San Diego Clinic completed
the first human study on the effectiveness on Cetyl Myristoleate in 1995.
There were 48 arthritis patients in this study. All but two showed
significant improvement in articular mobility (80% or better) and
reduction of pain (70% or better). Obviously the study had its flaws. One
doctor conducted the study, there was no control group and the number of
participants was small. Even so, it suggested to many that maybe there
was some hope here and that more scientific studies should follow.    The
first double blind study followed two years later. Dr. H. Siemandi
conducted a double blind study under the auspices of the Joint European
Hospital Studies Program. There were 431 patients in the study, 106 who
received cetyl myristoleate, 99 who received cetyl myristoleate, and
glucosamine, sea cucumber, and hydrolyzed cartilage and 226 who received
a placebo. Clinical assessment included radiological test and other
studies. Results were 63% improvement for the cetyl myristoleate group,
87% for the cetyl myristoleate plus glucosamine group and 15% for the
placebo group.        The combination of vitamins and minerals through
detoxification work in this fashion to remove toxins from your body
tissues and body organs, from your water stores, fat deposits, and within
your bloodstream.        It does not necessarily mean that detox diets
have to be super technical or complicated, in that, only the people who
have background in health and medicine can understand.    Basically,
detox is about: 1) Recognizing that the body is exposed to toxins in the
environment through the food we ingest and the air we breathe;
Scientists estimate that over 50 percent of the U.S. population consumes
too much heavy metal. It?s not hard to believe when you consider the
metals found in industrial byproducts, tainted drinking water, pesticides
and even dental fillings.        Signs of a possible alcoholism include
having friends or relatives express concern, being irritated when people
comment on their drinking, feeling guilty about their excessive alcohol
consumption and thinking that they should moderate it but finds
themselves unable to do so, or needs a morning drink to steady their
nerves or relieve a hangover.        In August of 2006, a double blind
study was published in the Journal or Rheumatology. The study included
sixty-four patients with chronic knee OA. Half of the patients received a
cetyl myristoleate complex and half a placebo. Evaluations included
physician assessment, knee range of motion with goniometry, and the
Lequesne Algofunctional Index (LAI). The conclusion was that the CM group
saw significant improvement while the placebo group saw little to none.
In fact in their conclusion the state that CM ?may be an alternative to
the use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for the treatment of OA?.
Advanced Medical Systems & Design, Ltd completed the last study I would
like to mention in Oct 2001. It was not a double blind study but the
study included 1814 arthritis patients. The results showed that over 87%
of the subjects had greater than 50% recovery and over 65% of those
showed from 75% - 100% recovery following a sixteen day regimen. I know
that this is not the most scientific study but a study this large does
suggest that there could be a positive benefit to the use of CM in the
treatment of arthritis.    Conclusion: There is mounting evidence that CM
can be effective in the treatment of many forms of arthritis. While it is
true that the evidence from these three studies can not be considered
conclusive, it is a beginning. It should challenge you to think out side
the box and consider that just because it did not come from a drug
company does not mean that it will not work. With over 10,000 people a
year dying from Nsaids would it not be great to find a safer and more
effective product. Especially with the cost of prescription treatments
for arthritis costing into the hundreds and good Cetyl Myristoleate
products can be found for between $20 and $40.        Drug and alcohol
rehab serves a single purpose for any addicted person and that is to help
this person to stop using the drug or drugs that they are dependent on.
When we found this tasty recipe for a warming, detoxifying ginger-
turmeric tea, we were thrilled: after the holiday season, we figured we
could use some detoxing and healing! Drug detoxification refers to the
ability of the human body to rid itself of harmful drugs.        It is
always safer just to replace any old fillings with new ones which are
guaranteed to contain no heavy metals.    Detox (detoxification) is a
term that's came into popular use in the last decade or so but only
within the realm of alternative or holistic Western medicine.
Vegetables will help your body get rid of toxins brought about by
pollution, smoking, and other environmental stress.       Before starting
the drug detoxification process on your body, you need to consider
starting with your mind first!    Related Articles - drug detox, detox
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