written by reader Ray Blanco and Altzheimer’s

By j macswan, January 4, 2019

I tend to disregard anything Blanco hypes. His favorite tactic is the ”miracle breakthrough” or the ”secret code”. Recently it was some miracle metal he was foisting on us with its own top secret code name. Turned out to be copper. The guy should be hawking cookware on the Atlantic City Boardwalk and not conning investors who are trying to pad their retirement savings.
On the subject of Altzheimer’s, I was told by a high ranking staff member at MIT that a researcher there, Li-Huei Tsai has had positive and significant results treating Altzheimer’s patients with a simple flickering light bulb that flashes at 40Khz, which is not detectable by the human eye as a flash. The staffer who told me about it said he had sufficient technical skills to build such a device and did from parts he bought at a hardware store for about $25. He then put the light in his mother’s apartment. She was in her 90s and suffered from dementia. He said his mom showed significant improvement in mental acuity and comprehension within a very short time, maybe two or three weeks. The science has something to do with the flickering light tricking the brain into manufacturing a chemical that thwarts brain disease. I asked him why, since MIT is surrounded by biopharm and biomedical engineering companies that there isn’t more known about this. he said the the drug industry has no interest in curing anything. It just wants to find ways to manage patients symptoms, which guarantees long revenue streams. Google the researcher and ”MIT” and you’ll find several articles on this science.

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