The Preliminary Study
An abstract and copy of the study on the effective treatment of CFIDS and fibromyalgia published in the Volume 3, Issue 4 (1995) issue of "The Journal of Musculoskeletal Pain." By Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum and Barbara Bird.
The Definitive Study
See the results of our published double-blind placebo controlled study on effective treatment of CFIDS and fibromyalgia (published in The Journal of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Vol. 8(2) 2001).
Editorial: American Journal of Pain Management
Supplementing with Ribose
This study, published November 2006 in the JACM, showed an average 45% increase in energy and 30% increase in quality of life in CFS/FMS patients given 5 gms of a special sugar called Ribose 2-3x day.
Improving Communication Skills in Children With Allergy-Related Autism Using Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Techniques: A Pilot Study
In this study, published in Integrative Medicine — A Clinician's Journal (IMCJ), twenty-three of the 30 children in the NAET group were able to return to regular school classes with their healthy, non-autistic peers — as opposed to none of the 30 untreated children in the control group!
Effect of Recovery Factors® Nutritional Supplement in CFS & Fibromyalgia
Published in The Open Pain Journal, this initial pilot study explored the effects of a porcine serum polypeptide extract — a unique form of nutritional support — in CFS and fibromyalgia. 43 study participants completed the 3 week treatment trial. 60.5% of subjects rated themselves as improved, with 18.6% rating themselves as much better.
HRG80™ Red Ginseng in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, and Post-Viral Fatigue
Published in Pharmaceuticals, this study examined the effacy of a unique form of ginseng for improving symptoms in people with CFS, fibromyalgia and post-viral fatigue. The study demonstrated that HRG80 red ginseng resulted in marked improvement in energy levels, sleep, mental clarity, pain relief, and overall well-being in those with CFS and fibromyalgia, including those with post-viral CFS/FMS.