Epilepsy

Epilepsy is a cerebral nerve disease which is characterised by internal sensations of change or attacks.
 
Symptoms
-    Changes in internal sensations (petit mal).
-    Loss of consciousness.
-    Convulsions and muscular movements.
 
Causes
-    Electric disorders in the nerve cells of a certain section of the brain.
-    Birt trauma (inadequate oxygen to the brain).
-    Infections of the brain (meningitis, encephalitis, etc).
-    Accidents.
-    Ingestion of toxins.
-    Inherited disorders.
-    Hypoglycemia and poor nutrition.
 
Suggested Treatment
-    Avoid factors which tend to initiate it such as fatigue, excessive eating or drinking, emotional stress and fever.
-    Use Ginkgo Biloba.  (This plant has been proven to be more effective when administered together with medication prescribed by your physician for preventing fits.  The improvement is due to a greater quantity of blood, loaded with oxygen and nutrients, reaching the damaged areas so that the nerve cells are re-established quicker, allowing the person's damaged faculties to improve).
 
Products
Royal Jelly Tablets.  3 tablets daily, 1 with each meal.  Contains B-Complex to prevent nervousness and stress and provides excellent support to the brain.
 
Nature-Min Tablets.  6 tablets daily, 2 with each meal.  Needed for proper composition and body function.
 
Ginkgo PlusTablets.  2 to 3 tablets daily, 1 with each meal.  Promotes circulation in the brain, causing more oxygen and nutrients to reach affected areas.
 
A-Beta-CarE Softgels.  2 daily, 1 with each meal.  Anti-oxidant, dilates blood vessels, improves circulation, strengthens capillary walls, muscle & nerve maintenance.
 
 
 
 
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