Place the XLR8 over the area of involvement (AOI). The clinician may choose to (#2) laser over the nerve root (located using the myotome/dermatome chart) or the organ involved (using the Merrick chart).
An underlying cause to many neurological conditions is herpes zoster, usually referred to as shingles. The CDC says that up to one million people in the United States contract herpes zoster each year. Herpes zoster is a reactivation of the virus that causes Chickenpox. Once a person has recovered from Chickenpox, the virus (varicella) remains dormant, hiding among the connective nerve tissue in the body. No one seems to know why it occurs, although stress and/or a compromised immune system is thought to exacerbate the condition.Herpes zoster usually activates in people over the age of 50. Traveling through the ganglia, it causes a tingling, stinging, or burning sensation. A couple days later, once the virus has completed its journey to the skin, an irritating and painful rash and accompanying blisters may erupt. The resulting condition can be so painful, the patient may be unable to tolerate clothing or anything that touches the affected area.
Refer Herpes Simplex 1 = 322 Hz, 468 Hz, 647 Hz, 664 Hz
Lysine is an amino acid that promotes enhanced effectiveness for the relief of herpes and the use of Liquid Silver is very beneficial to the immune system also.
The Erchonia Laser (and the above additions) has helped enhance the immune system and to help keep herpes simplex and herpes zoster (viral diseases) in check. If you are still having trouble, refer to the following clinical note whenever a herpes infection, shingles, Chickenpox or Bell's palsy refuses to yield.
CLINICAL NOTE: I am very set on helping the body heal without synthetic derivatives but for very stubborn cases, this is a clinical pearl to utilize when the body needs extra help.
Herpes simplex outbreaks have been shown to go into remission in response to the proper dose of cimetidine. In cases of herpes zoster (shingles) which targets the older population, cimetidine has been successfully used to lessen the debilitating pain and intensity of the skin rash and eruptions. Cimetidine (Tagamet) is a histamine2 (H2) receptor antagonist and, as such, can contribute to the enhancement of immune function. Various studies indicate cimetidine's effectiveness in suppressing herpes infections by William Faloon and Kate Kitchen.
Tagamet is manufactured by SmithKline Pharmaceuticals, headquartered in Philadelphia. When Life Extension asked about Tagamet's potential use in herpes treatment and quizzed about the lack of promotion for same, Carl Friedman from SmithKline's Research and Development Department said, It [cimetidine] went off patent in 1994. We aren't vested in it anymore, so there's nothing to gain from it. Echoing his sentiments, Deborah Frutos, from the pharmaceutical company's Corporate Finance and Administration Department said, There's no incentive for us to promote our less expensive generic [cimetidine]. If we were to do any study for that, it would take lots of time and money. Even if it proved to be a good study, most physicians have other products they'd rather prescribe. She added, A grant guarantees that if we prove the drug is indicated for that [treating herpes], the generic would be manufactured and once the patent is protected, anyone can manufacture it. Let's just say we're not going to do it. The unwillingness of drug companies to promote their own products unless a patent guarantees them a fat profit margin is one reason why many promising therapies are overlooked.