Multiple Sclerosis Is Predominantly a Dental Disease
Multiple sclerosis (MS), also known as disseminated sclerosis, is a chronic disease of the nervous system affecting young and middle-aged adults. The myelin sheaths surrounding nerves in the brain and spinal cord are damaged, which affects the function of the nerves involved. The course of the illness is characterized by recurrent relapses followed by remissions. The disease affects various parts of the brain and spinal cord, resulting in typically scattered symptoms. These include unsteady gait and shaky movements of the limbs (ataxia), rapid involuntary movements of the eyes (nystagmus), defects in speech pronunciation (dysarthria), spastic weakness, and optic neuritis.
Since its discovery around the mid-1830s, there has been endless speculation about the cause of MS. Now we’ve come to realize that the first reported appearance of the disease occurred only a few years after the original insertions of dental mercury as amalgam fillings in 1826.
"Dr. Huggins has consistently witnessed improvement in MS patients undergoing amalgam removal. He observes clear symptomatic and laboratory test improvements in up to 85 percent of the patients. Until he relinquished his Colorado dental license, it was common to see wheelchair-bound patients discontinue use of their support chairs and take steps on their own once again"
Multiple sclerosis recovery has happened repeatedly for patients so afflicted because they have undergone dental amalgam removal. Clinical observation confirms that multiple sclerosis is predominantly a dental
disease. It is brought on by dentists packing mercury and other amalgamated metals into the cavities of people with impaired teeth.
The success rate of healing for MS patients increased with Dr. Huggins’ discovery of fluoride in all its forms as a complicating factor in the disease. Fluoride must be scrupulously avoided by MS patients. They must not drink fluoridated water, brush with fluoridated toothpaste, or take fluoride dental treatments. Ingestion of this chemical retards the patient’s clinical progress toward healing or even promotes frank clinical relapse of MS symptoms.
Dr. Huggins has MS. Since he has experienced its symptoms for many years, Dr. Huggins himself is all too keenly aware of the nuances and persistence of MS as a disease. But he keeps the symptoms largely in check by following a series of stringent lifestyle modifications, eating an excellent diet (the dental diet), and taking nutritional supplementation as part of his daily regimen. It is well known that other dentists push the use of fluoride products and fluoride drinking water on the public. By doing so, they are assuredly increasing the incidence of multiple sclerosis in the Western world.
The brain and central nervous system (CNS) are strongly affected by the electrical current present in all people whose mouths contain metal. This phenomenon is readily recognized as "oral galvanism." Such electrical currents can be measured easily with a probe and a microammeter. Amalgams, metallic crowns, and braces generally all register from 1 to 100 microamperes of current in a positive or negative polarity. The natural currents found in the brain are in the range of 7 to 9 nanoamperes, making the mouth currents anywhere from 100 times to 10,000 times more powerful. Keep in mind that the base of the brain is roughly an inch away from the upper teeth.
The consequence is that MS patients and various other neurologically affected patients demonstrate improvement immediately with removal of this metallic electrical dental material. Their muscle strength and coordination improve and various symptoms decrease, including severe migraine headaches, chronic cough, jaw pain, muscle cramping, chest pain, and low energy levels. Even psychiatric and emotional depression disappear.