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Multiple Sclerosis and Your Immune System
Can you imagine what is going on inside your body when you suppress your immune system as some medical experts suggest is the only solution to autoimmune disorders? When you suppress your immune system with prescription drugs you are merely masking the problem, leaving the cause untreated.

So what's the answer?
Balance Your Immune System, Yes, It's That Simple!

There are several types of Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Most will only vary in the degree or extent it affects the Central Nervous System (CNS). The most frequent type of MS is Relapsing MS. People with Relapsing MS will experience periods of relapses followed by complete or partial recoveries. This type of MS affects 85% of all MS patients. 50% of these patients will eventually experience progressive MS with or without periods of recovery. There are other types of more aggressive, progressive MS which affects the other 15% of the MS patients.

Most researchers will agree that MS is an auto-immune disorder. Your immune system attacks your CNS, specifically, a fatty tissue of the CNS called myelin. Sometimes, in most severe cases the nerve fibers themselves will be affected, and not only the myelin.

Myelin helps nerve cells conduct electrical impulses and operate properly. The damage to the myelin causes the CNS to operate improperly and thus, the various MS symptoms, which include bladder and bowel dysfunction, cognitive dysfunction, vision problems, fatigue, walking difficulty, pain, numbness, dizziness, swallowing disorders, tremors and other symptoms.

Researchers have yet to agree as to what causes MS. Some will say it is genetic, some will point to environmental triggers. But what is for sure is that MS is an auto -immune disorder.

While most types of treatments only treat the symptoms, others suppress the immune system, to try to avoid its attack over the Central Nervous System. A better way to tackle the problem is to balance the immune system.

Kalawalla is a supplement that goes directly to the heart of the problem. It helps to regulate the immune system without the need of suppressing it. Simply stated, Kalawalla can help create balance and harmony within your immune system.
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Kalawalla will regulate the T cells that build up and attack the CNS. Once the attack over the CNS has stopped, the body itself can rebuild the necessary myelin and restore the CNS on its own, thus it reduces and or eliminates the symptoms.

Read another heartwarming story from a woman about her daughters experience with MS and Kalawalla.
"Some friends say it may just be a strong but temporary recovery. I know my daughter best. Her vision was almost null, she could not walk, she had difficulty swallowing ... since she started taking Kalawalla ... she is not only eating again but walking and getting healthier every day ... and her eye sight has been consistently improving over the last few months. She is now even considering returning to work! I believe without a doubt that this could not be a simple recovery. Thank you for Kalawalla!" Maria T., Palo Alto, CA, 2004
Polypodium leucotomos has many clinical studies that prove that it regulates the CD4/CD8 ratios to their normal values. Most researchers will agree that this regulation alone is key to offer protection against all types of immune deficiencies. Europeans have used Polypodium leucotomos extract for over 10 years with surprising results in all types of immune disorders.
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If you suffer from a weakened immune system, get frequent colds or flu, Kalawalla can help create balance and harmony.

What is an Auto Immune Disorder?

Auto immune disorders are those diseases or ailments caused by your own immune system. Your immune system has subset of cells called T cells, that indicate the rest of your immune system, how foreign invaders should be dealt with.

In auto immune disorders, your immune system is out of order and is attacking your own tissues, creating a powerful disease or ailment that your body just can't seem to get rid of. By definition, your body is attacking itself, hence auto immune disorders are very hard to treat.

Many auto immune disorders are caused by an imbalance in the ratio and activity of T-helper lymphocytes (Th1 and Th2). These two subsets of cells are in a constant state of balance (like a see-saw): when one is increased, the other is decreased and vice versa. The more common manifestation is a Th2 excess, potentially resulting in an increased incidence of allergies, asthma and a susceptibility to infections (through the corresponding decreased Th1 activity and loss of protection).

The alternative, an excess of Th1 activity ("too much" immune protection), may result in tissue-specific inflammatory damage - such is the case of psoriasis, dermatitis, arthritis, lupus and vitiligo. Other diseases such as MS, although usually showing a Th1 prominence imbalance, may alternate from one imbalance to another.
The most common treatments for auto immune disorders are symptom specific treatments. For example, it is very common that your doctor prescribe pain relievers for arthritis pain, anti itching creams for psoriasis, make up for vitiligo, anti spasmodics for tremor control in MS, or anti inflammatory medications for lupus patients. Doctors can go on for as long as they can prescribing symptomatic drugs for auto immune disorders without treating the real problem.

A more direct approach to the problem, is using potent immune suppressive and anti inflammatory drugs for the more severe cases of auto immune disorders. For example, if you have severe psoriasis, you may be prescribed methotrexate, if you have lupus, you may be prescribed a steroidal product, or if you suffer from MS, you can be prescribed a potent immune suppressive drug such as interferons.

The problem is that while some of these medications can keep the immune system at bay, by suppressing its activity, the side effects that result from this can be as devastating as the disease itself. Very few patients can withstand more than three consecutive treatments with methotrexate due to the damage to the liver that this drug may cause. Lupus patients usually suffer from steroid induced cushing syndrome which disfigures the body, and MS patients can go on for life using immune suppressive drugs only to watch their symptoms reappear on the long run, while suffering from illnesses related to a diminished immune system.
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