Try Elderberry Extract. It relieve me of symptoms in less than 12 hours. I had an MRI after experiencing eye pain, pain when sneezing and coughing. Along with this I use B-12 and DHA. I had immediate relief. Plan to tell my neurologist, as he did not offer me anything. My symptoms persisted for two years. Since using the elderberry I have been symptom free.View Thread
I found a miracle cure- hard to believe - because it is natural. Elderberry Extract. My problem: Extreme muscle strain - had it two years. Had an MRI initially- Thought I had a tumor.. I had extreme eye pain. Hurt when I coughed or sneezed, It was getting worst. Then a friend suggested, WHEN I caught a cold, to take Elderberry. WOW, the next morning I found instant relief !!!!. So I joined WEBMD to share this. It also solved my 90 year old aunt's attention span. --- some Doctor on Dr. OZ, I heard later speak of the benefits of Elderberry on improving brain function. It comes in several forms. I prefer the extract and have purchased my items from Amazon. I write this because some offered suggestions here on WEB MD which I tried. Oh yeah, I got DHA. and B 12. Let me know if it helps you.! Amazing recovery in less than 12 hours.View Thread
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