Bocowo


#1
Bocowo is the name I have given to the Herbal Remedy mix I started ten days ago; and I am getting a very pleasing result!


My movement and sensitivity seem markedly improved and I am again typing with two hands. Co-ordination has definitely improved although I can feel how unused the right hand had become (considering the muscle ache in the fingers while in action). The taste and smell aspect have improved and it feels really good to be ‘speedy’ and youthful, rather than sluggish and worn out!


It has to be said, that my mental alertness and will upon getting up in the morning has definitely improved, as I am able to move instantly and far more freely.

In addition, the reflex action in response to a falling item was far quicker and accurate (actually catching things with my Right-hand yesterday). High kicking my body up and over the pony fence (while carrying things) and bending down to pick an object up off the floor, also felt much easier!


During my weekly ‘massage de kinésithérapie’ that concentrates upon bodily injuries (although perhaps naturally willing it) I definitely felt that there was a real change occurring; It felt like small areas of muscle tissues were being awoken in the areas being worked on, along with those in adjacent and opposing areas of muscles stimulated by said areas. This ‘awakening’ feeling in different locations is not a new sensation, as it was felt when I first started the Bocowo program and occurs from time to time during and after exercise. Like sparks in pins and needles in reverse.


For so long now, this dark storm in Parkinson’s has been dragging me down. Yet deep down, I am suddenly feeling a real sense of hope. Do you know, that feeling when things seem right? When aspects in life suddenly fall into place! Well, I have a sneaky suspicion, that I am finally riding this beast out of its living hell and looking forward for the next hurdle I have to jump.

#2
Bocowo sounds great & I'm all for dietary supplements. However, can't seem to get any info on it by googling or going to my usual vitamin suppliers. Where do u obtain Bocowo? Many thanks & long may yr rejuvenation continue.

#3
Hi Eowyn,

Bocowo; is a herbal remedy that I have personally put together after much research, trial and error. I have tried various things over the years and by combining herbs and natural oils, I am now feeling confident that I have made a break through in finding a better alternative for my situation.

It is still early days but given the way my body has and is responding, I have to say, I may even have found a Natural Cure for some conditions under the PD umbrella.

:grin:

Which in its self is rather exciting and frightening at the same time :flushed:

Regards
Andy

#4
i hope you have.
but its a secret for now?

#5
Hi Turnip,

Yes secret for the moment, on the basis that one man's cure may be another man's poison.

I was and am happy to risk things upon myself to rid this awfulness in PD - But as the herbs I use are not all readily available in the shops or on the black market (for any who think I may be using something illegal :rolling_eyes: ) I feel it only right and proper not to disclose more information, until such time as things have been qualified in more detail.

Regards
Andy

#6
fair enough. hope you don't get any reactions

#7
So do I :sunglasses:

Up date 16th May. My health seems to continue on the upward and as I fill in my daily record, and looking back, it occurs to me that I may have hit a Eureka moment.

Normally when I have accidentally missed a dose (as others on prescribed Levodopa may have experienced) sooner or later I hit that brickwall, and have to struggle on, until I have caught up and got back on track.

This said, having cut the prescribed Levodopa from 425 mg to 300 mg and having not indulged in Bocowa for over 32 hours there has been no such brickwall, no drag back or slump, just more gentle improvement!

This tells me one thing; I am now enabled to produce increased levels of my own Dopamine.

I will continue keeping records as I proceed upon this exciting journey, mindful that there is still one heck of a way to go; the years of damages are not going to be healed overnight.

But at least I feel and know, I have stopped the rot in its tracks! :grin:

#8
Whoops, I can see it has not improved my spelling dyslexia. :flushed:

Perhaps I should rename the remedy as Bocowoa :sunglasses: or rather Bocowak as I tend to write as I speak and this recipe has certainly it seems, given me a wack in the right direction!

:grin:

#9
Hi Beauxfeflets,

This all sounds VERY interesting. Here today, here toBocowo! Please keep us all informed. Hope it keeps working!

Best wishes

Diane

#10
Sounds exciting but please do keep well. You're not a human guinea pig. Good luck & hope to hear cheering news soon.

#11
Hi Diane and Eowyn,

It appears to be still working, although yesterday I felt generally a bit yawny tired which made me stop and think; until I remembered how all the newly awoken areas are perhaps now utilising the Dopamine and it will all take time.

Most importantly, my body feels as one and not as two unbalanced halves. Getting up in the morning remains like a fresh breeze, so I know I have turned the page.

I am having to tell myself to slow down, as now, all I want to do is to stop taking the Levadopa. A bit of patience is called for; plus some occupational therapy.

I am pacing myself and keeping a daily record, with a little Bocowoa every now and again as more areas hopefully knit back together. And given that the herb is available all year round, I am in no rush.

As for being a human guinea pig. I have a phylosophy that Life on Earth is balanced. If something has naturally switched aspects in nerve cells off, then there will be something to naturally switch them back on.

Through heaps of research, observation and a little bit of luck, I think I have simply, just found one of those switches.

I will update my blog as things progress. You may also be interested in my Keep-fit exercises for the spine.

Regards
Andy

http://beauxreflets.blogspot.fr/

https://sites.google.com/site/beauxreflets/keep-fit

#12
Hi Diane and Eowyn,

It appears to be still working, although yesterday I felt a bit yawning tired which made me stop and think; until I remembered how all the newly awoken areas are perhaps now utilising the Dopamine and it will all take time.

Most importantly, my body feels as one and not as two unbalanced halves. Getting up in the morning remains like a fresh breeze, so I know I have turned the page.

I am having to tell myself to slow down, as now, all I want to do is to stop taking the Levodopa. A bit of patience is called for; plus some occupational therapy.

I am pacing myself and keeping a daily record, with a little Bocowoa every now and again as more areas hopefully knit back together. And given that the herb is available all year round, I am in no rush.

As for being a human guinea pig. I have a philosophy that Life on Earth is balanced. If something has naturally switched aspects in nerve cells off, then there will be something to naturally switch them back on.

Through heaps of research, observation and a little bit of luck, I think I have simply, just found one of those switches.

I will update my blog as things progress. You may also be interested in my Keep-fit exercises for the spine.

Regards
Andy

http://beauxreflets.blogspot.fr/

https://sites.google.com/site/beauxreflets/keep-fit

#13
Thought I would update for anyone interested.

Two weeks into the Bocowo trial.

Well, it appears to be still working, but with some doubts that made me stop and think; until I remember how all the newly awoken areas, are perhaps now utilising any increase in Natural Dopamine levels, and it will all take time for any developments to really show and determine any real long term progress. Most importantly, my body feels as one and not as two unbalanced halves. Getting up in the morning still remains like a fresh breeze, so I feel I have turned a page.

I am having to tell myself to slow down, as a bit of patience is called for; plus a whole lot of occupational therapy to adjust too and with the changes that appear to be occurring. The hardest thing being, in identify, whether these felt changes are physical improvements or just, on apart of my wishful thinking.

Like being tired most of yesterday. After waking up in the morning rubbing my right elbow to relieve a modicum of pain in the radial nerve, I felt rather uncomfortable all day until around 6.30pm; When I then got up from a light ‘late afternoon nap’ and took the dog for walk, to once again feel back on top of the world again.

During the walk, rather strangely, my right forearm suddenly felt itchy and tingly inside; In a dulled area left over from previous surgery (where some years ago, an incident with a fully extended ladder, caused me injury and a subsequent operation to release the trapped radial nerve). What is going on?

In a numb area below where the incision was made, there had been physical tingling sensations followed by some twitching in the wrist. The operation on the arm was in 2004, way before Mum died (perhaps early with a form of Motor Neuron Disease), and over seven years after I gingerly wrapped a rope over my left arm to help lower her into the ground.

These tingling sensations are like those felt when an area is healing. Does the span in time before more healing, indicate or suggest that the change could be down to Bocowo in the diet?

http://beauxreflets.blogspot.fr/

Regards
Andy

#14
An update for those interested.


No Blue Print

Having come across Natural fresh plants and ingredients, that when combined together, brought almost instantaneous relief and vast improvements; Over and above the ‘topsy turvey’ comfort, and inability in regulating prescribed Levodopa to suit daily needs (providing the unbearable unpredictable seesaw of reasonable and very bad days). With an ample supply to hand, it seemed a natural step forward to try and make good use of such a discovery.

With no blue print (as with any new adventure, there is no map or model to follow) I set about designing one on the hoof. It may not work, but at least by making notes and jotting things down, it may provide an insight to assist others, as other treatments come into being; For like it or not, I do not think there will ever be an instantaneous Cure, but cures that will have to be purposely designed for each individual and the treatment being utilised.

In essence, I am trying a new approach to the treatment of my Parkinson’s disease by combining the conventional medicine with dietary changes, using additional herbs and oils, in an effort to coax and retrain the body, back into normal health and action. Accordingly, the synthetic drugs are specifically being kept on the lowest level, to try and encourage the body to bridge the shortfalls in natural Dopamine, and to help monitor and pinpoint any physical improvement and progress.

Monitoring things throughout the day, I hope to be able to learn and move forward from each aspect and pattern in observation; While in the main, I will be going upon gut feelings, intuition, and of course any sign of improvements, like the ones that kicked this journey into being.

To date while things have generally appeared onward and upward, there have been some (and no doubt there will be more) very hard periods to ride through.

Like a long bout of chronic pain in the groin area running down into the inner thighs for hours on end. That was something I had not felt since being kicked in the very same area by a pony as a child, and later receiving a blow in that region, from the crossbar on my bike (when pumping up a hill, up off the saddle, when the gears slipped). Strangely the pain was just as if I had been hit there once again; That fresh Ouch!, rather than the duller pains I have come to associate with my form in Parkinson’s.

Thinking about the tingling the other day in my forearm, I am now wondering whether the tension felt at times in the inner scalp, are akin to the very same tensions felt there as a child, when I carefully tried to use a solvent to get a thick bright green paint (used on metal) out of my hair, that resulted in the removal of the paint and a very heavy nose bleed!

While not in chronological order; The recent chronic pain in the right thigh muscle, appeared reminiscent to the dead legging received in the school playground. Now, I know it’s a crazy thought, but could this just be, all part of some process in a reversal of the one step forward two steps back?

What I am trying to say is. Could Bocowo in the diet be healing nerve cells in a specific manner; As to awaken them into sending new encrypted synapse response signals, back to the brain with a message calling for further healing processes? While before, the previous trapped and or un-encrypted synapse, will have been telling the brain that healing was no longer required. If you like, restarting a previously stalled healing mechanism and process, by re-igniting previously inert clusters of nerve cells, that had remained dormant, or reporting a distortion in falsely coded synapse; due to the earlier local genetic biochemistry differences, or the physical form in individual nerve cell damage.

Could Parkinson’s and Motor Neurone disease be the result of; An accumulation of a number of these inert nerve cell clusters in tiny partially healed areas, and accordingly diagnosed, given their specific attributes too and upon the location of these inert clusters within the body? An aspect I was trying to touch upon when writing the article Destructive Pulse Syndrome. https://sites.google.com/site/beauxreflets/dps

Of course if this theory of the damage to nerve cells around the body, eventually diminishing the production of Dopamine in the brain (as the requirement levels are apparently distorted and continuing to fall) then my idea and attempt in nurturing a reverse process, reactivating the good synapse using herbs, may be beginning to stand on some solid ground. Even towards, perhaps opening up new ways of looking at such aspects in nerve disorders without having to burrow into the brain.

For example, by comparing cells in an inert cluster of nerve cells in a right biceps muscle to an active cluster in a left biceps muscle, it may highlight the absence of a particular amino acid; And by administering that missing element locally into the effected area, may then reactivate a corrected synapse, so that the brain cells are informed once again that their function to produce more Dopamine is required.

It will be interesting to find out whether such Medical Research has been undertaken and what the results are.

In the meantime, with the to be expected smiles, and advice to keep on taking the prescribed drugs response, from Neurologists (when I first talked about investigating various food stuffs for my condition) I will continue upon the journey mapping and recording as I proceed. Knowing that perhaps many old injuries will seemingly be revisited more than once as the process continues, as all the minute jigsaw pieces in biochemistry are re-correlated and rearranged.

Hopefully as time goes on, the jerky involuntary movements and painful areas will diminish in size to subside as the nerve sections are revamped and healed.

#15
BocowoA


To date, all the Research and Development, and product trials have been self funded and in house.

Now, with some astounding and very positive results beginning to show in the current data and ongoing trial; it is believed that significant advances have been made.

We are currently developing the recipe further, towards bringing this product into the Marketplace, as an Alternative Medicinal Food.

To speed this process (bearing in mind Patent, Production and Marketing costs) we are accordingly; Actively seeking a substantial investor to help bring this potential cure into full fruition.

Thank you

#16
Spark Ups and Crawlers


Working away in a body of apparent out of control indecision, I am finding the return of clumsy movement extremely hard.

Just as when, the closing down of nerve ways caused muscle imbalance during the onset of Parkinson's, it appears that I have to walk the same painful journey once again.

A tilted pelvis means hours of pain, until my back exercises and walking have corrected the situation for each occurrence.

For the outside observer, it may appear that things are getting worse, especially if they know that all the prescribed medicines were completely stopped over five days ago.

However, the most exciting things are all the aspects of real change, including those that make me want to (non-figuratively) say, "If I had a tail, you would be able to see it wag!"

For, through all the periods of pain, discomfort, wobble and shakes, there are ‘spark ups’ and ‘crawlers.’ Pin prick bursts and little rushes of revitalising Energy, as nerve ways reawaken and reconnect. Followed by; an improved ability to relax, increases in sensitivity inside and out, greater agility and more mobility, as I feel things may be slowly improving.

#17
BocowoA Breakthrough


While I write before the arrival of a fuller remission: As more nerve cells reconnect with apparent ‘corrected synapse,' and the shackles that bound and imprisoned me for so many years finally fall away. I am starting to realise the enormity and full potential that may be found in BocowoA.

I am mindful too; that as with any new discovery, there is a responsibility that comes with it.

I fully realise that every ill under the umbrella of Parkinson’s Disease, will no doubt have differing roots (relevant to the individual’s genetics and biochemistry) and treatments utilising BocowoA, may well require particular medicinal modifications and additions to suit each individual patient.

Given the journey I am experiencing, it also has to be said, that the assessment of each individual’s fitness and case history will play a vital role; Simply because, once the healing process had kicked off, the body takes over with its own autopilot.

There is no way to stop or stall the process, or indeed predict the overall outcome, as apparent Natural Dopamine, springs into increased production and action throughout the whole body.

Once the switch has been thrown into ‘On.’ All you can do, is to try and regulate measures in comfort; balancing the fluctuating shortfalls in Dopamine, by adapting the levels of Levodopa on a daily basis. It is certainly a rocky hard road, when nerve clusters suddenly awaken in large areas of muscle, and the ongoing demand gobbles up the current production and all the balance in reserves. As too; when reserves outweigh the daily demand and you have to cope with the aspects of overdose.

During the process, as more of the nerve ways opened, it came to a point where the prescribed medicines I was on, seemed to be making matters worse; While more healing speedily followed as the dosage was gently reduced (all be it perhaps restricted and hampered by the slow release aspect of the tablets). But before the drug companies start to panic, the two go hand in hand; and I can see new drugs being developed (for the regions around the world where BocowaoA cannot be provided as a fresh medicinal food).

Added to which, there is still no way of knowing whether BocowoA is the answer and the Cure. What works for one may not work for others, and I still have some way to go before all the receding symptoms finally go. Indeed, I may require additional or new medicines, to cement any permanence towards Complete remission.

In regard to other ongoing Research programs, and the strides being made towards eventually treating Parkinson’s with Stem Cells, for those who will require it. Perhaps BocowoA, and or its potential variants, may provide the means to ensure ‘corrected synapse’; So that these forms of intervention will be wholly productive, and accordingly cost effective viable treatments.

As I am not personally a neurologist or a scientist, I am unable to provide more in-depth knowledge regarding my discovery at the present time. However, all I can say is, that I believe BocowoA should become another weapon in the arsenal. For the fight to beat Parkinson’s will always be a Team effort.

Upon which note; I am eternally grateful for the assistance I receive from, my GP, the Neurologists, most importantly my Masseur Kinésithérapeute, and finally my family and friends supporting me along the way.

Thank you.

:grin:

#18
BocowoA Breakthrough

While I write before the arrival of a more complete remission: As more nerve cells reconnect with apparent ‘corrected synapse,' and the shackles that bound and imprisoned me for so many years finally fall away. I am starting to realise the enormity and full potential that may be found in BocowoA.

I am mindful too; that as with any new discovery, there is a responsibility that comes with it.

I fully realise that every ill under the umbrella of Parkinson’s Disease, will no doubt have differing roots (relevant to the individual’s genetics and biochemistry) and treatments utilising BocowoA, may well require particular medicinal modifications and additions to suit each individual patient.

Given the journey I am experiencing, it also has to be said, that the assessment of each individual’s fitness and case history will play a vital role; Simply because, once the healing process has kicked off, the body takes over with its own autopilot.

There is no way to stop or stall the process, or indeed predict the overall outcome, as apparent Natural Dopamine, springs into increased production and action throughout the whole body.

Once the switch has been thrown into ‘On.’ All you can do, is to try and regulate measures in comfort; balancing the fluctuating shortfalls in Dopamine, by adapting the levels of Levodopa on a daily basis. It is certainly a rocky hard road, when nerve clusters suddenly awaken in large areas of muscle, and the ongoing demand gobbles up the current production and all the balance in reserves. As too; when reserves outweigh the daily demand and you have to cope with the aspects of overdose.

During the process, as more of the nerve ways opened, it came to a point where the prescribed medicines I was on, seemed to be making matters worse; While more healing speedily followed as the dosage was gently reduced (all be it perhaps restricted and hampered by the slow release aspect of the tablets). But before the drug companies start to panic, the two go hand in hand; and I can see new drugs being developed (for the regions around the world where BocowaoA cannot be provided as a fresh medicinal food).

Added to which, there is still no way of knowing whether BocowoA is the answer and the Cure. What works for one may not work for others, and I still have some way to go before all the receding symptoms finally go. Indeed, I may require additional or new medicines, to cement any permanence towards Complete remission.

In regard to other ongoing Research programs, and the strides being made towards eventually treating Parkinson’s with Stem Cells, for those who will require it. Perhaps BocowoA, and or its potential variants, may provide the means to ensure ‘corrected synapse’; So that these forms of intervention will be wholly productive, and accordingly cost effective viable treatments.

As I am not personally a neurologist or a scientist, I am unable to provide more in-depth knowledge regarding my discovery at the present time. However, all I can say is, that I believe BocowoA should become another weapon in the arsenal. For the fight to beat Parkinson’s will always be a Team effort.

Upon which note; I am eternally grateful for the assistance I receive from, my GP, the Neurologists, most importantly my Masseur Kinésithérapeute, and finally my family and friends supporting me along the way.

Thank you.

#19
For those interest, the treatment appears to still be heading in the right direction.

http://beauxreflets.blogspot.fr/

#20
BocowoA's Bite http://beauxreflets.blogspot.fr/

With pain at the base of the spine and spanning the inner wall of the pelvis, I am taken right back to an accident in my childhood, when a large section of prefabricated wall came crashing down on me. I had been assisting in holding large two and a half metre tall, board and concrete panels (used for 1960 prefab homes) in a vertical position ready for cleat bolting to the beams, when one had tipped beyond the holding point in balance. Knowing my speed could not match the toppling wall, my sixth sense put me into a ball, with my head planted to my knees, and my tail end up to face the oncoming whack!

The apparent end result at that time, was no broken bones and after a ‘chill spray’ to the area of inflammation, I was bed ridden for a week or two on painkillers, until I felt well enough to be up and about. While a more recent scan highlighted, that a vertebra in this region has a smaller channel where the central nerve passes through, which no doubt acts to restrict or bottle neck the synapse in a traffic jamb like scenario. The damage from the bash may well have contributed to hinder normal growth within the vertebra through the physical force of the blow. By separating or distorting the molecules sufficiently, and or a concentrated influx of protection fluid, for the growth hormones to no longer be able to make the right bonds.


Observing the return to a similar pattern and freshness in the pain, within the specific pelvis area in question after all this time (when I have not had a further whack or aggravation to the area, and I have been taking things relatively easy) is rather interesting.

If it was due to the exercises I have been doing, or indeed any muscular straining; then it would have reoccurred often over the years. Indeed, I can recall (a more recent) similar intensity in pain that ran through the Sciatic nerves, between the spine and entry points to the pelvis area (which led to a MRI scan of the lower spine to assess the condition of discs and highlighted the pinching of nerves) but the area in concern now, is much lower and within the pelvis, with a more lateral rather than radial feel to it.

As with other recent pain, it was preceded by the refreshing ‘spark ups’ and fluid trickling sensations in that area, leading me to believe that, a previous shut down of nerve fibres may have caused areas to be held in a state of ‘numbed animated suspension.’

While it seems strange to be describing these events in such way, it is exactly how they appear to occur, in making me ask. Can muscles have a biologically built in memory, that can in turn be switched back on in such a manner?

The only way I can fathom such an aspect as being a possibility in reality, is if the cells in the nervous system have a quadology or doubled duality, that work in a cyclic motion. Where two signal types, the Go and Return, plus two or more Controllers (governing and recording intensities of the signals, hard and soft, hot and cold and all the degrees between) exist in every cell.

This then gives way to the possibility that a single distortion in biochemistry, can cause an array of situations that eventually build into an undesired progression in disorder.

In such a scenario, I can also envisage that, when a nerve way eventually shuts down, the natural biological inclination for survival, will most likely engage the body in swapping or diverting the signal's synapse routes, so the essentials of heart, lungs and brain still function to the best available potential. While the effects of, motor freeze ups and tremors, may be caused by this aspect in re-routing now being along a shared nerve way, with the most dominant synapse being that on display. And in the brain, the temporary effect of re-routing, is the most likely cause of things like hallucination and natural anxieties brought on by the neurological losses, with that stress creating further stress.

Like wise, in the case of the areas of nerve tissue, that effectively closed down (almost completely) in the flux of ‘partially healed’ injuries. The residues that scribe pain may then naturally start up again as soon as those nerve cells are reactivated; and indeed utilise necessary, increased amounts of dopamine during subsequent repair and recovery process. The latter aspect, explaining the apparent one step back two steps forward progress I am experiencing.

Looking at the overall symptoms, the prolonged muscle tension, the undetectable nature in the early stages of the disease, and now, this apparent return to some unfinished business in healing, I am beginning to think that the initial missing link or thwarted synapse is two fold (in reporting via contact and in firing up the next synapse) and in Parkinson’s, the Returning signal’s inability to function properly in their normal circuitry (to the point where the circuit then no longer functions) is the primary problem. And it is only when these synapse mechanisms, take the easier route and starts to utilise the Go circuitry, that the tell tale symptoms for the diagnosis of the disease really start to show.

Based on the little I learned in school boy Biology upon the cyclic aspect observed within an amoeba, to the aspect in ‘a collective body in movement’ seen in a flock of starlings or shoals of fish, and my understanding through direct experience and the relative order of areas as they heal, I am inclined to believe that the missing biochemical link, is in my case, related to the tail rather than the start of the cycles in synapse. Plus the aspect in Destructive Pulse Syndrome from partially healed or scar tissues of physical injury, also plays its part in this neurological disorder. https://sites.google.com/site/beauxreflets/dps

This theory in simplistic analysis and point of view, appears to fit in with all that I have experienced through my condition in Parkinson’s Disease, from the first signs of nerve cell incapacity to the apparent recovery process after using BocowoA.

I have been ‘blown away’ by the effects of BocowoA. From the first flush of better health returning, with the weaker side improving to balance things up, and the increases in the senses all round (within the first 48 hours). The tickling sensations of the face and mouth (associated to the surges up the spine in the 1980’s that caused the mouth and head to buzz as if I was having a fit). The huge increase in lung capacity, the increased sense in feelings to the inner surface of the cranium and scalp, the spark ups and crawlers in the back and limbs, plus the feeling returning to numb areas in the arm; With the ongoing pattern of things, now all pointing towards, being in the process of healing.

The list of gains keep coming, one after another (as I now fully realise the enormity of previous losses); While the only biological loss since starting the experiment, is a 'milk tooth' that (after over 50 years in service) loosened when biting on a piece of bread.

Having had times (recently) when there are no tremors whatsoever, and with the intense sense that the Parkinson’s has lifted, I am beginning to get very excited.

Although, some tremor has (temporarily it seems) returned in the apparent recent re-routing, I can now physically locate the various very small pockets in ‘previous physical injury’ that remain; which in turn tells me that; While I may have to screech round a few more hairpin bends, the home straight may well and truly be, just around the next corner.