Thursday, 20 October 2016

EHS Trial - call for expert involvement



Brett West is the co-founder of Wireless Education, an organisation dedicated to providing balanced education about the biological effects of Wireless Technology. He would like to establish an EHS trial, to discover whether a supplementation protocol may be able to mitigate, or perhaps even eliminate, the symptoms experienced by sufferers, which can often be incapacitating and life-changing.

Brett is looking for skilled health practitioners, or clinical groups, to assist him in developing appropriate research protocols and to facilitate the undertaking of such a study.

His initial proposal is below, along with his contact details.

If you would be interested in being involved, or if you know of someone who might be, please let him know.


EHS Trial - Proposal

Background:

Anecdotal and research evidence points to the existence of food supplements which interrupt, or provide a protective effect, with reference to the complex bio-effects and mechanisms activated by exposure to non-ionising microwave radiation.

This is understood to cause (in a subset of the population) a condition known as Electro Sensitivity (ES) and a more serious condition known as Electro Hyper Sensitivity (EHS). This is also known as Microwave Sickness.

We have seen multiple reports from EHS support groups that specialists in Environmental Medicine are able to provide comprehensive treatment solutions which include supplementation.

This is in addition to the primary recommendation of reduced exposure levels.

Research within the USSR historically led to the recommendation that industrial workers exposed to high levels of Electromagnetic radiation should be given a supplement known as Aerovit, which is still available today within the Russian Federation.

Source: Prof. Oleg Grigoriev.

Research from South Korea indicates that Red Ginseng provides a neuro-protective effect to laboratory animals exposed to microwave radiation.


Conventional Radiotherapy treatment recommends Green Tea as a post-exposure supplement, to minimise the side-effects of ionising radiation. There is substantial research evidence to support this and it is widely accepted as a treatment protocol.


We have anecdotal evidence of Siberian Ginseng, a sub-species of Red Ginseng, providing relief to an EHS sufferer in a clear cause-and-effect relationship.

We have anecdotal evidence of Lions' Mane Mushroom providing extensive relief to an EHS sufferer in a clear cause-and-effect relationship.

This supplement contains Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) which has associated, published research showing a neural repair function. In this case the sufferer had previously been struck by lightning, and then developed EHS after work related microwave exposure.

The sufferer had received extensive medical treatment and had fallen into a comatose state multiple times, before starting the supplement on the recommendation of a British scientist.

The sufferer described the supplement as being the difference between 'able to function' and 'comatose'.

Source material on the NGF research is located here:


Problem Statement:

At this time (October 2016) there appears to be no published, credible research studies using a group of known EHS sufferers, and a supplement regime, which have determined a statistically significant health state improvement.

(This assessment is not definitive, as there might well be a published study in another language)

Proposal:

Our recommendation is that a controlled trial be initiated, monitored and reported on, by an appropriate group, so as to determine, statistically, whether there is an improvement in symptoms for EHS sufferers.

The collection of evidence reviewed to date suggests that the above supplements would be suitable candidates for controlled trials.

Please feel free to forward this proposal to appropriate people.

Sincerely,




































2 comments:

  1. What a wealth of good information - thank you!

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  2. Good choices for supplements to look at. Contact Dr. Ben Lynch http://www.seekinghealth.org/#_l_2l as he is EMF savvy and very knowledgable about supplements and methylation. I recommend Creatine for ATP production and NAC to help glutathione levels.

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