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Sunday, September 18, 2005


Magnesium is so important to the body that it’s deficiency can trigger at least 22 conditions from Asthma to Raynaud's Syndrome.

Medicine has turned its back on magnesium because most of the funding for medical research now comes from drug companies. Magnesium is not a patented drug and therefore will not be studied by drug companies, except to try to disprove its action.

While researching my book, "The Miracle of Magnesium," I found that doctors have been prescribing magnesium for heart disease since the 1930s. A review of seven major clinical studies showed that IV magnesium reduced the odds of death by more than half in patients suffering acute myocardial infarction (heart attack). One study, LIMIT-2, developed a protocol for giving magnesium as soon as possible after onset of the heart attack and before any other drugs. If those criteria were followed, heart muscle damage was greatly reduced, and neither hypertension nor arrhythmia developed.
The Miracle of Magnesium

Also: This is a prime example of the pseudo-science that helps keep safe, effective and inexpensive cures suppressed.

Here is another example of how systematically - the pharmaceuticals manipulate safe and cost effective solutions and put us at risk and all the time extolling their self serving concern for the patient. Just one, of far too many, examples of this sort of thing happening time after time. Its sad to see how the reseachers get sucked into these!

Chris Gupta

NB: When you see this type of thing happening time after time the whole CODEX situation comes into prospective. To Learn about CODEX see:

Magnesium: Research Misconduct?

For the past 15 years evidence has stacked up showing patients with acute coronary thrombosis improve their survival chances by 5082.5 percent when given intravenous magnesium of 3266 micromoles (mmol) in the first 24 hours. The single negative study showing that magnesium had a worsening effect on survival employed a far higher dose of magnesium80 mmol than the other studies (European Heart J, 1991; 12: 12158), and one other study showing no benefit with magnesium employed the low dose of 10 mmol in the first 24 hours.

Although it would appear clear to any first year medical student that magnesium worked well for coronary thrombosis within the optimal dosage level of 30 to 70 mmol 10 mmol was shown to be too little and 80 mmol had been shown to be too much in 1990/91, the Fourth International Study on Infarct Survival (ISIS 4) team decided to do a major study which was to definitely determine whether magnesium was beneficial when used for this purpose. Although their own meta-analysis of all earlier studies showed that magnesium was beneficial, the ISIS 4 investigators also decided to test magnesium against the drug Catopril and a coronary vasodilator.

Astonishingly, the ISIS 4 investigators chose to use the 80 mmol dosage for their study the one dosage that had been found to be harmful. It should be noted that the ISIS 4 study was funded to the tune of almost $10 million by Bristol Myers Squibb, the manufacturers of Catopril. Not surprisingly, magnesium lagged behind the drugs.

As a result of this paper many hospitals ceased using magnesium in their treatment of the acute coronary thrombosis.

The scandalous decision to use this overdosage of magnesium in this study must have caused the loss of several thousand lives within the study and many other lives in other hospitals that have now stopped using magnesium. Both nutritional pioneer Dr Stephen Davies and Dr Damien Downing, editor of the Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, criticized the designers of the study for clearly selecting too large a dose of intravenous magnesium, and also for giving magnesium too late and then too quickly. Downing even titled his editorial "Is ISIS 4 research misconduct?" (J Nutr Environ Med, 1999; 9: 513).
Magnesium: Research Misconduct?

Also: This is a must to educate yourself to the value of magnesium.

Magnesium is nothing short of a miracle mineral in its healing effect on a wide range of diseases as well as in its ability to rejuvenate the aging body. We know that it is essential for many enzyme reactions, especially in regard to cellular energy production, for the health of the brain and nervous system and also for healthy teeth and bones. However, it may come as a surprise that in the form of magnesium chloride it is also an impressive infection fighter. (MORE AT:)
for Health & Rejuvenation
by Walter Last

See This PDF for a some revolutionary uses of magnesium as a curative agent.
Magnesium Chloride Hexahydrate Therapy