Jason Lewis

Im curious if any one on here has approached their A.S. From an Ayurvedic/Chinese or other deeper holistic methods?

Asked by Jason Lewis 1 year ago holistic




Elizabeth Winchell
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Acupuncture does not cure me, but it does make me feel better.  Unfortunately, I think neither Eastern nor Western medicine can offer a cure.  I'm using Humira from the rheumatologist, but I'm also using a supplement that is a fusion of Ayruvedic and Chinese medicine that's called Vemma.  I drink 2 oz. Of Vemma 3 times daily.  I like it in combination with my Humira.  And I love hot stone massage.  Just be careful financially, since all of these things get expensive if you don't watch your budget.  Even ThermaCare pads from the drugstore (heating pads that work for 8 hours without any electricity) can really start to add up, but I never would have made it through law school without ThermaCare and acupuncture.

by Elizabeth Winch...  1 year ago

Frederick Jeffreys
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Stick with the pills and save your money. If such things worked then every rheumatologist in the country would be using them.

by Frederick Jeffr...  1 year ago

Kim Capestro Koturo
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I have found great sucess with accupuncture combined with massage once a week. Also, trying to eat more plant based food and less gluten, dairy and meat.

by Kim Capestro Ko...  1 year ago

Ed Case
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I use acupunture at least 2-4 times a month. It is by no means a miracle cure all, but it really does help if you give it a chance. It generally takes several visits to start seeing results but is well worth the wait. Plus it is a whole body treatment, so your acupuncturist will work on all issues you might be having not just AS issues. Give it a try.

by Ed Case 1 year ago

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