Location: Graham, Washington [Zone 7b, 47.041 Latitude] 41inches average annual rainfall, cool summer drought
posted 3 years ago
A few days ago, my father took a blow to the head with a hammer. Fortunately he's still alive and mostly functional, but he's become disabled and is going to have trouble moving around and tending to himself.
Does anybody on here know any herbal treatments [or any other legit alternative treatments] to help the body heal brain/nerve functions?
There are several natural brain and nerve support formulas. PM me if you want specific ones I use.
Hyperbaric oxygen does wonders for rebuilding.
EEG feedback is some of the best exercise you can do for the brain, if you can afford it.
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Berries!, Berries!, and more Berries! Berries are excellent for rebuilding brain and nervous tissue. Get some herbal tinctures specifically to target brain and nervous tissue. Cellular Botanicals has a formula that I like, and you can feel the difference it's making fairly quick. For me I notice it within a couple days or so. But everyone will respond on their own schedule. And if progress towards healing isn't being accomplished, then it may be necessary to alter his eating habits for a while so that his body can dig deeper to fully cleanse and regenerate the tissue. Dr. Robert Morse has LOTS of experience helping people accomplish just this.
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