Fighting FM with Enzymes

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by AllWXRider, Dec 12, 2006.

  1. AllWXRider

    AllWXRider New Member

    I have CFS and my mom [71] has FM. We both have Epstein-Barr virus. I talked to her about treating it with enzymes using the Dr. William Wong method:
    http://www.life-enthusiast.com/index/Articles/Wong/Viruses:_Fighting_and_Winning

    You step up the dose by +1 capsule each week until you feel the results. She is up to 6 caps/day and it hit her real good. Not a herx reaction but less depression and less pain in movement. She usually has to use the electric cart at Walmart, well, Monday she pushed the cart!
    As of Wednesday, she is still moving around better.

    I asked her which brand of enzymes she is using and she got a big bottle of them at Walmart for ~$7. She had just used up some other [special for FM] brand.

  2. mollystwin

    mollystwin New Member

    I just read your post in another thread and I wanted to say that I think this is great news!! Good for Mom to be pushing that cart!!! Go Girl-keep on moving!!
  3. starla06

    starla06 New Member

    I have read the above. I think i am going to give them a try. What can it hurt. Sounds to me like it could really help us out with the FM pain. Thanks for the information.

    Did you mother just buy a bottle labeled enzymes or is there a more specific name?

    Thanks again.
    Lea
  4. AllWXRider

    AllWXRider New Member

    My mom started off with some special FM enzymes but 1/day. I had her increase +1 each week. She just started using Walmart enzymes $7/ 200 tablets. She was still improving last night.

    Dr. Wong thinks that Vitalzym is the best: http://www.life-enthusiast.com/index/Articles/Wong/Viruses:_Fighting_and_Winning

    Others on the CFS forum are trying Virastop: http://www.enzymedica.com/products/Virastop?PHPSESSID=8d53a2f6fff2a94d410e32958b3d38e4

    I just got a bottle of the Walmart enzymes today for my CFS.

    Per Dr. Wong, there are two types of viruses. Some use a protien bond others use a lipid bond. An enzyme name ends in -ase, so protease dissolves protien and lipase dissolves lipids (fats). So its important to have both.