Do-It-Yourself Alzheimer’s Treatment

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A simple vitamin, niacinamide B3 has been shown by researchers to improve cognitive function in Alzheimer’s patients.

In fact, niacinamide has been used for years to revive and enhance impaired memory in general. It is a safe vitamin and has been used by the public since the 1950s. Its effectiveness undoubtedly has to do with improved brain circulation.

I once sat in on a lecture by Abram Hoffer, M.D., PhD., who famously used niacinamide to successfully treat schizophrenia.

Years ago I took niacinamide B3 during bouts of depression. It is very safe in 500 milligram (mg) to 1,000 mg doses.

Any of you with a history of Alzheimer’s or schizophrenia in your family should try this simple and very safe vitamin. Let me hear how it works for you.

(Reference: Nutrition and Healing by Dr. Jonathan V. Wright, March 2009 issue by Healthier News LLC, 702 Cathedral St., Baltimore, MD 21201.)

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