Mannitol Balance and Parkinson's - Parkinson's Movement

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Mannitol Balance and Parkinson's

david1972
david1972

(Im hoping that the video working good now)

My father using Mannitol Balance for several months now. he recorded noticeable improvement.

Please watch this video >>>

youtube.com/watch?v=kd-ZCjo...

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Sorry I just noticed that your message said he is using the Mannitol Balance product - but what amounts?

alexask
alexask in reply to tid1

Depends on your weight. 1 table spoon at breakfast (with coffee) and probably another's worth throughout the day for me. I think it helps.

david1972
david1972 in reply to tid1

2 tsp in his morning tea,plus 2/3 tsp during the day or at night.

david1972
david1972 in reply to tid1

2 tsp in his morning tea,plus 2/3 tsp during the day or at night.

Havenese
Havenese in reply to tid1

2 to3 tsp. A day husband takes 2

Has anybody else had good results with Mannitol?

alexask
alexask in reply to NancyJHP

Me for one. It is very well worth trying for a couple of months. It is a natural product (though you have to eat it in somewhat unnatural quantities - you could just eat 2 kilos of cauliflower a day for the same effect ;-) )

Thanks for the info. My neuro said it lowers blood pressure and mine is already low. Any thoughts on blood pressure with mannitol.

Dnwooooo
Dnwooooo in reply to cshamb

It is used in the medical profession to lower inner ocular (eye) pressure and intracranial (head) pressure among some other uses so, yes. Please check Pub Med’s, “Hemodynamic changes after administration of mannitol measured by a noninvasive cardiac output monitor.” Hope this helps. :)

I'm with you on this one. WHERE DO WE GET IT?

alexask
alexask in reply to JohnPepper

If you are still living in South Efrica - you will have to google it: thebuyersguide.co.za/suppli...

You may have to pretend you are a chewing gum manufacturer ;-)

If you are in the UK Blackburn distributions are good.

Not sure about Mannitol Balance vs normal Mannitol. Suspect there isn't enough of a difference to matter to Parkies.

JohnPepper
JohnPepper in reply to alexask

Thanks . I will start phoning.

Did you ever try it?

Havenese
Havenese in reply to JohnPepper

Ordered mine on line .

Havenese
Havenese in reply to JohnPepper

Google it.

Havenese
Havenese in reply to JohnPepper

Amazon

mannitolbalance.com/

Those of you who take or have tried mannitol, please chime in on suppliers -- if this a good one or are there other reliable suppliers. Price seems similar to suppliers I see on Amazon (NuSci, Bulk Supplements)

david1972
david1972 in reply to rebtar

There are different type of Mannitol , the composition and flowchart of manufacturing process different between each powder(we did some research before)

Beside Mannitol Balance it's the same exact type of Mannitol that the professors used in that study.

One bag (3lb) remains us for 2.5/3 months

Juliegrace
Juliegrace in reply to rebtar

purebulk.com/mannitol-powder/

david1972
david1972 in reply to Juliegrace

This is not the same e composition and flowchart,try to save $$ on other stuff.

Mannitol Balance is only $55 for 3 months

Juliegrace
Juliegrace in reply to david1972

Please share a link for the assay. I am starting to feel like you are trying to sell this. Someone else in this thread asked for other sources and I responded.

Havenese
Havenese in reply to rebtar

Amazon $45.00 LG Bag

I responded initially to Rebtar's request for other sources. I hadn't watched the video. Now that I have, it is clearly an advertisement for Mannitol Balance. David1972, I would be interested to read anything that backs that up your claim that it is different/better.

david1972
david1972 in reply to Juliegrace

My father has been diagnosed with Parkinson's for 9 years now. the way this disease was quickly reducing the quality of his life was very disturbing for us all,he takes 21 pills a day every !!!

Mannitol Balance really helped him,so I just wanted spread the word about that.

Good luck !!!

Havenese
Havenese in reply to Juliegrace

What have you got to lose??

Does anyone on here (HU) know how a Canadian person with Parkinson's can get mannitol? It's not available at the health food stores or pharmacies in B.C...

Havenese
Havenese in reply to Oceanflow

Google it Amazon.

Oceanflow
Oceanflow in reply to Havenese

I have it I can only find it coming from Israel, and it’s really expensive.

Havenese
Havenese in reply to Oceanflow

I paid $48.00 it's worth a try!!

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