Mannitol and Parkinson’s
Recent studies found a link between the usage of Mannitol and the improved functionality of people that suffered from
Parkinson’s Disease. The Journal of Biological Medicine had published findings in
their June 14th edition, from a study that was carried out to determine the effect on
the brain functionality and Parkinson’s-like symptoms of fruit flies and genetically
modified mice. In these cases, both the flies and the mice restored
normal movement, reduced the harmful levels of alpha-synuclein and
protected the neurons that produced dopamine in the brain due to the Mannitol injections.
The results of these lab experiments encouraged medical professionals to
recommend the integration of Mannitol as part of treatment plans for people suffering
from Parkinson’s Disease. The Mannitol molecule delays the process of protein
aggregation in the brain cells. Since this research was carried out, scientists and
patients alike have recorded several instances of restored overall functionality and
a reduced level of the classic symptoms of Parkinson’s including motor symptoms,
speech, drooling, tiredness, loss of balance and sleep
Mannitol Balance is proud to offer this ground-breaking, innovative new treatment via
our website, without the need for a doctor’s prescription. We are particularly excited
about the effects that has been reported from people suffering from Parkinson’s
Disease. Many of them have been able to decrease the dosage of their
conventional medications. Instead of taking a variety of drugs that tackle the
symptoms of the disease, people that suffer from Parkinson’s can now take our products.
Mannitol Balance is made from the highest quality ingredients to help address the fundamental cause of Parkinson’s.
Some of our patients report improvement after a short period of time, and others
report a steady improvement over two to three months.
DISCLAIMER: Mannitol Balance LLC is intended to be educational and is not to be used as a diagnostic tool. It is not intended to replace the information provided to you by your healthcare providers and does not constitute medical advice. The information may not be directly applicable for your individual clinical circumstance. Please talk with your doctor about diagnosis and treatment information