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pain in muscles

Postby taichi » Thu Sep 04, 2014 2:22 pm

My muscles are getting weaker and are knotting up.
for those of you that are in a wheel chair, was your muscles getting weaker and weaker. I I hoe this makes sense having daily migraines and having vision problems.

does any type of therapy help restore or is it just going to get worse I
any input will help. I seem to be going down sooner than expected.







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Re: pain in muscles

Postby Graybo » Fri Sep 05, 2014 12:22 pm

Hi Barbara

I have been saying for years that the SM symptoms are caused by the muscles. I use a few supplements that help like magnesium, borax, DMSO, but the best thing that takes away the pain quickly is taking Rick Simpson oil (RSO). If its legal where you are you should try it. A couple of hours after taking it you feel so relaxed and the pain goes. I had some for a while, but it is illegal here so that is a big problem for me. I know it would cure my SM if I had enough. As well as taking away the pain it also improves the symptoms gradually, so it actually improves the condition with regular use, and I am sure it would lead to a complete cure for me. You need to make the oil yourself or get someone you know to make it. There are people using Rick Simpsons name to scam people as he explains in his interviews on youtube.

The RSO allowed me to do stretching exercises that are impossible to do without it. Over the years I have tried many things and exercise always made me feel worse, but with RSO the muscles relax enough to stretch out and the numbness pain etc just goes. It made me realise just how bad my muscles have gotten knotted up. There are muscles that were so hard I thought they were bone.

I would say my SM symptoms are about 90% gone now. If only I could get hold of some more to finally get rid of it........

The research I have done leads me to believe that SM is chronic inflammation/soft tissue calcification/muscle tension, that causes all of this. If SM was permanent how come most of my symptoms have gone? I have had SM for 23 years this month and if I had used RSO regulary it would be gone by now - the only thing stopping me curing it is the legal problem. My pain is now restricted to my neck and lower back mostly and the lower back was a seperate injuy before I had SM. A couple of years ago my shoulder was so bad it dropped out all the time and I couldn't lift my arm above my head, as well as all the other symptoms we have to put up with. Now I can do headstands and handstands and I am 54!
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Re: pain in muscles

Postby marymac » Fri Sep 05, 2014 4:16 pm

Hi Ho Barbara
Trust Graybo: I've seen him with my own eyes. . . headstands and all. He is extremely knowledgeable, very well read, experiments like Einstein and takes his own medicine! Good luck, feel better.
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Re: pain in muscles

Postby Graybo » Fri Sep 05, 2014 4:26 pm

Thanks Mary

Hope you are alright
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Re: pain in muscles

Postby Graybo » Sat Sep 06, 2014 7:47 am

Hi Barbara

I was thinking a bit more about your vision problems. I have had trouble with severe pain and astigmatism in my right eye for many years, and I read a book called 'Better eyesight without glasses' by WH Bates, M.D. He descibes how muscles are responsible for many vision problems and how he cured his own very poor eyesight. I tried the exercises at the time of reading but like I said before - I can't get my muscles to relax without the RSO. I have noticed that my vision is better than it used to be and I hope it will improve more if I can release the tension in my neck muscles.

I would guess that most, if not all of us, have some restricted movement in our muscles/limbs, and if we can stretch those muscles, the symptoms will just go. I can reproduce many of my symptoms by pressing on the 'trigger points' in the muscles.

e.g. Look up 'Thoracic outlet syndrome' and see the symptoms caused by compressed nerves and blood vessels.

We have all heard stories of the drs saying that the syrinx cannot cause these symptoms. At one time I cursed the drs for saying that, but now I know they are right. The problem is that these same drs don't tell you the solution to the problem, which I believe is in the muscles.

I like to compare our muscles to a net or spiders web. Pull on the side of a spiders web or net and it causes distortion in a large area. If you have just a few muscle groups with tension they pull your whole body out of line and cause tension/symptoms elsewhere (reffered pain maybe). I have found muscle tension in the places I least expected it to be, mostly in a triangle on both sides from the middle of my chest across to the shoulder and up to my neck, front and back. That is the main area for me and the tension is not equal on the left and right. So I think it's also a symmetrical thing. You need both sides equally stretched and relaxed, but most of us are not like that due to injury, bad work positions, bad posture etc.
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Re: pain in muscles

Postby taichi » Tue Sep 09, 2014 4:56 am

Graybo, did you get my PM?

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Re: pain in muscles

Postby Graybo » Tue Sep 09, 2014 8:14 am

I just checked and I didn't get a pm from you barbara

I will send you my email in a pm, ok.
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Re: pain in muscles

Postby taichi » Wed Sep 10, 2014 11:30 am

I hope you get the e-mail, sent today thanks
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Re: pain in muscles

Postby Graybo » Wed Sep 10, 2014 12:50 pm

sorry, not got an email off you yet barbara.

wonder why I'm not getting your messages?
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Re: pain in muscles

Postby taichi » Thu Sep 11, 2014 2:48 am

I am sure it 's me. On the e-mail address, I had my spouse double check if I was seeing the address correct. And it checked out ok. if not asking to much, please send the address again; Thanks
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Re: pain in muscles

Postby syrinx48 » Thu Sep 11, 2014 3:40 am

Graham, I sent you a test PM. Did you get. that one?

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Re: pain in muscles

Postby Graybo » Thu Sep 11, 2014 8:50 am

yes its working now thanks AnneMarie
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Re: pain in muscles

Postby razzle » Fri Sep 12, 2014 9:22 am

gp I sent a pm did you get mine..
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Re: pain in muscles

Postby donny » Wed Sep 17, 2014 9:10 am

Graybo,
Would this help out with thoracic outlet syndrome?
Heidi's orthapedic surgeon says she has it and a specialist will be coming to his office in a few weeks but would like to try something differant. RSO is legal in this state.
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Re: pain in muscles

Postby Graybo » Wed Sep 17, 2014 9:24 am

I would try it for any health problem Don. Make sure it is the real thing because there are a lot of people scamming with fake RSO.
That's why Rick Simpson says to make it yourself or have someone you know make it.

As a cheap alternative that's not as good you could try DMSO - youtube 'dr stanley jacob DMSO' or here http://www.sott.net/article/228453-DMSO ... e-Solution


wish it was legal here. good luck!
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