The Cerebellum/Parkinson's Reflex
The Cerebellum or Parkinson's Reflex is located in the middle of the back of the head, on the part of the skull which protrudes the most.
Tested with the palmar (+) side of the doctor's hand or neutral finger tips. If for any reason you need to erase this reflex, rub upward.
The cerebellum is the battery of the brain. It holds electricity for the body in reserve so it is available upon demand. When this reflex is electrical it indicates that the cerebellum is low on stored electricity.
Patients may have numerous central nervous system conditions such as Parkinson's syndrome, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, and ALS. Other symptoms include the palsies, muscle weakness, fatigue, poor equilibrium, and a feeling of falling backwards.
Using the following nutrition. It will take one year for the syndromes to turn around.
- 3-15 Ribonucleic Acid (RNA), per day, for 12 weeks. RNA is like a computer chip to the brain. It helps to retain memory. It is also an electrolyte that helps the brain hold its charge.
- 3-12 Cataplex D, per day, often helps the stiffness and palsy associated with Parkinson's.
Maintenance/Prevention: Continue the treatment using the following nutrition, per day, always.
- 3 Ribonucleic Acid (RNA)
- 6 Min-Tran
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1. Test the Paraplegia Reflex.
2. Test the Pineal Gland Reflex.
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