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David

I have developed a natural remedy for RLS. I have been free of RLS for almost a year now, and my legs feel amazing.

Basically there are 4 stages to recovery. The first, and most important is the healing of the inflammation in your legs that is causing the RLS.

Here are the 4 steps to a FULL recovery ...

STEP 1. Stop the Spreading Inflammation in its Tracks

STEP 2. Encourage the Repair/Replacement of your Damaged Cells

STEP 3. Encourage the Healing/Repair of your Nervous System
(nerve cells frayed from prolonged inflammation)

STEP 4. Prevent Inflammation from Reoccuring

Less inflammation = less RLS. This is as universal a truth as you will ever hear in regard to Restless Legs Syndrome.

This is not a 'personal' cure that is only going to help a few. This will help EVERYONE that is willing to try it out.

It doesn't matter what sort of heavy duty drugs you're taking for your RLS. You don't need to go off of them. Eventually your inflammation will lessen and you'll be able to wean off at your own pace.

The best way to heal the inflammation that is causing your RLS is to load up with as many anti-inflammatory herbs as your budget will allow. Curcumin, Ginger Root, Cayenne, St. John's Wort, Licorice Root DGL, Devil's Claw and Skullcap are good ones.

Also, to enhance the healing, take a high quality Cal/Mag,
Iron, Zinc, Omega 3 and Vitamin B12.

It sounds like a lot, but you will not regret the effort when you start to see the results.


David
www.RLcure.com

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Grace

You may be on to something. I use MSM as an anti-inflammatory for aching joints and have noticed that my RLS is reduced when I take it regularly. I often take it when my legs start bothering me in the evening and have had success using tylenol in a pinch.

Tom

Scullcap seems to influences GABA receptors .. . for those of us trying to get off Benzo's, this may be a bad idea. Very nice data on Scullcap at Sloan-Kettering:
www.mskcc.org/mskcc/html/69366.cfm

Angela

Just reading along and I noticed you suggested cayenne (sp) as an anti-inflammatory, this is not true. I have Lupus which is an auto-immune disease and we are told the following causes inflammation and to stay clear of it,

potatoes, tomatoes, bell peppers, tomatios, cayenne, paprika, chili peppers, chili powder, egg plant

I'm sure there are a few I'm forgetting but even cutting all of this out of my diet and keeping my inflammation to a minimum my rls is still very active on a nightly basis. Stretching, heat & magnesium has all worked for me as well as for most of the posts I have read. Good luck to us all who suffer with this!

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