“I went to Poland in November last year for CCSVI Treatment. They found two blocked Juggular Veins, These were successfully 'unblocked.' I initially received warmer feet but that was the only noticable improvement. Due to this knowledge I began to follow a natural program at unblocking arteries for people with MS. I have now began to see improvements by using proteolytic enzymes, vitamins B12 Vitamin B6 and Folic Acid. My MS Clients are beginning to notice improvements by doing it the natural way”

This was the letter I received from Euromedic in Poland. -

It is true that not everyone feels incredible improvements, some patients do not experience them at all; for now the doctors are not able to foresee which patient can be helped by the ccsvi procedure; the fact it that some patients feel suddenly better, then worse (relapse), then it's better again; some do feel improvements later with time.

I keep fingers crossed for you !


Clogged Arteries /VEINS (Arterial Plaque)

Arteries are blood vessels that carry oxygenated blood around the body. Healthy arteries have smooth inner walls and blood flows through them easily. However, clogged arteries can develop from the result of a build-up of a substance called plaque on the inner walls of the arteries. Arterial plaque can reduce blood flow or, in some instances, block it altogether.(stenosis)

Symptoms of 'Clogged Arteries'/Veins

The condition is initially asymptomatic and develops slowly. The symptoms of arteriosclerosis may vary with different arteries involved.

The main symptoms can be
  • Signs of inadequate blood supply generally appear first in the legs
  • Numbness of the legs or feet
  • Cold feet and cramps and pains in the legs, calfs or feet even after light exercise
  • Loss of Hair on legs and feet: significant hair loss is seen with arteriosclrosis.
  • Stiffness and pain in the muscles.
  • Shortness of breath, a choking sensation,
  • Excessive sweating,
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Cold or pale skin

What causes arterial plaque?

Plaque that accumulates on the inner walls of the arteries is made from various substances that circulate in the blood. These include calcium, fat, cholesterol, cellular waste, and fibrin, a material involved in blood clotting. In response to plaque build-up, cells in the artery walls increase and secrete additional substances that can worsen the state of clogged arteries.

As plaque deposits grow, a condition called athersclerosis results. This condition causes the arteries to narrow and harden. Although experts don't know for sure what starts atherosclerosis, the process seems to stem from damage to the arterial wall.

The body attempts to heal all of the damage, and under ideal circumstances it is able to do so without trouble. However there are certain nutrients that are needed to repair. If these nutrients are being utilised and absorbed then high homocysteine levels may develop and damage cells that line the veins or arteries which in turn stimulates the development of scar tissue in the damaged area.

The Importance of Vitamin B12

Homocysteine is a toxic amino acid formed in the body when other amino acids in the blood are broken down by normal body processes. High blood levels of homocysteine have been linked to a higher risk of heart and vascular disease, and are considered even more of a threat to heart health than high cholesterol.

Increased homocysteine levels maybe caused by stress, poor diet, smoking, heavy metal toxicity , elevated blood fats, medications, and lack of vitamins B12, vitamins B6, folic Acid and excess iron (Excess iron deposits and the presence of iron pigment (hemosiderin) granules are the hallmark of chronic vascular disease. Iron deposits from red blood cell protein (haemoglobin) accumulations trigger an immune response .Hemosiderin is present in the brain lesions of MS.

(I wrote an article for Pathways on High Homocysteine - March/April 2001 - Homocysteine - Never heard of it then read on?)

Essential Nutrients for High Homocysteine

Vitamins B6, B12 (Methylcobalamin) and Folic acid - are key nutrients may help convert homocysteine to other substances, thus preventing an unwanted buildup of homocysteine. These must be obtained from food or supplementation because, like other vitamins,the body cannot make these essential substances from other nutrients.

Deficiencies of these vitamins lead to a buildup of homocysteine that then damages the cells and tissues of the arteries.

Vitamin B12 Absorption

Absorption of Vitamin B12 in the diet is difficult if you have MS because the digestive system needs a protein called intrinsic factor and people who have a less than optimal gastrointestinal digestive system are not able to absorb it. It is therefore recommended that people with MS take it as a sublingual (under the tongue) nutrient. Ideally you should take around 100 to 300 mcg of Vitamin B12 per DAY. There is a 'Homocysteine spray' that is sprayed into the mouth as a liquid and is absorbed direcly into the bloodstream bypassing the digestive system. Or you can take B12 as a 'sublingual' tablet that dissolves under the tongue.

How to prevent 'restenosis' of arteries/veins

A recent study shows that a regimen of folic acid 1mg plus vitamin B12 400mcg and Vitamin B610mg daily can decrease the rate of restenosis in patients treated with balloon angioplasty. But this combination does not seem to be as effective for reducing restenosis in patients after artery stenting.

Antioxidants to strengthen blood vessels

Antioxidants are important to reduce inflammation and to strengthen arterial walls. When the body cells use oxygen, they naturally produce free radicals (by-products) which can cause damage. Antioxidants act as "free radical scavengers" and hence prevent and repair damage done by these free radicals

Antioxidants are found abundant in beans, grain products, fruits and vegetables. Look for fruits with bright color - lutein in some of the yellow pigments found in corn; orange in cantaloupe, butternut squash and mango; red from lycopene in tomatoes and watermelon, and purple and blue in berries.

Vitamin D to reduce Arterial Stiffness

Vitamin D can suppress vascular calcification. It promotes smooth muscle growth and is anti-inflammattory.

How to 'unclog' arteries /veins naturally

  • Proteolytic enzymes (or proteases) refer to the various enzymes that digest (break down into smaller units) protein. These enzymes include the pancreatic proteases chymotrypsin and trypsin, bromelain (pineapple enzyme), papain (papaya enzyme), fungal proteases, and Serratia peptidase (the "silk worm" enzyme). Dr. Han's Nieper, a legendary medical doctor known for his extensive use of proteolytic enzymes, called these enzymes the "Miracle Enzyme." Dr. Nieper used the enzyme primarily to open up clogged arteries supplying the brain.
What they do
  • Reduce inflammation:
  • Clean the blood of debris: Proteolytic enzymes are the primary tools the body uses to "digest" organic debris in the circulatory and lymph systems.
  • Dissolve fibrin in the blood which reduces the risk of clots
  • Increases strength of the immune system
  • Destroys bacteria, viruses, molds and fungi: Bacteria, viruses, molds and fungi.Proeolytic enzymes taken between meals literally go into the bloodstream and digest these invaders.
  • Elimination of autoimmune diseases:, large undigested proteins can enter the bloodstream and form circulating immune complexes (CICs), which trigger allergies and autoimmune diseases. Supplemental proteolytic enzymes destroy 'circulating immune complexes' from the body, thereby reducing allergies and autoimmune conditions(In Lessons from the Miracle Doctors)
  • Dissolving of scar tissue- This enables the nerve signal to work unimpeded and possibly the body's own healing system to replace the scar tissue that forms on the myelin sheath with healthy tissue. Which means that the nerves can the function better. This may reduce the symptoms of MS?

Home Remedies to treat 'clogged arteries/veins'.

  • Garlic is a wonderful remedy to treat and prevent arteriosclerosis. You can take garlic supplement, or eat fresh garlic. Take a few cloves of garlic daily, it clears arteries, the circulatory system, helps bringing down the cholesterol level in blood, and collects and cast out toxic waste present in the bloodstream.
  • Lemon or Orange juice helps to treat arteriosclerosis. Using lemon peels or orange peels is even more effective than drinking the juice. Here is how to use lemon peels or orange peels:
  • Make a lemon or orange peel tea. Us a few pieces of lemon peels or orange peels, boil them in 4 cups of water for 20 minutes. Drink 1 cup per time and 2 cups per day.
  • Eat lemon or orange peels in a salad. Cut lemon peels or orange peels into thin strips, mix them with a salad.
  • Green Tea. Drink green tea, it has protective effects against arteriosclerosis. Green Tea prevents the oxidation of cholesterol. Drink green tea 2-3 times per day.
  • Mixture of apple cider vinegar and garlic is also an effective cure for blocked arteries
  • Eliminating processed and junk foods from the diet
  • Regular physical exercises also help in treating blocked arteries

Suggested Supplements

  • B12, B6 and Folic Acid can be found in Homocysteine Spray - Good Health Naturally -30ml (one month supply) 6 sprays a day. £24.95
  • B12 Nuggets: 1000mcg by Solgar - 100 sublingual tablets £9.45- 1 a day
  • Vitamin D3 5,000iu -100 capsules - £20.38 - 1 a day
  • Antioxidants - Reservatrol 60 capsules - £21.07 - 1 a day.
  • Pycnogenol 60 capsules - £27.52 - 1 a day
  • Proteolytic Enzymes - Serrapeptase - 90 capsules -£19.99 -Good Health Naturally
  • How many do I take?- Start with 2 Serrapeptase 80,000IU Tablets/Capsules with MSM and Trace Minerals x 3 times per day on an empty stomach and increase it to 4 x 3 for 14 to 30 days. You can then reduce to a maintenance level of 2 a day - on an empty stomach.
  • Blockbuster Protlytic Enzymes which contains Serrapeptase, Digestive Enzymes - 3 twice a day on an empty stomach for 2 weeks and then a maintenance dosage of 3 daily - £35.70 for 120 capsules. Good Health Naturally

All of these supplements can be obtained from - The dispensary@The Cornell Centre - 01245 268 098

Clients Storys


Mary is 49 years old and lives in Wiltshire. She had an MRI Scan and Lumbar puncture in 2002. Possible MS or an Auoimmune Condition . Her circulation was very bad in her right leg which ffected her foot and gave stiffness to her right thigh. The temperature would change - sometimes hot, sometimes cold and very sensitive. She used a stick to walk and her balance and walking was very limited.
Shoulder blade ache has gone, feet warmer especially right foot. Energy constant. Walking will improve I know if I do more exercise.


Richard - who lives in Wiltshire and is a partner of Mary Milne and was diagnosed with MS in 1986, Richard is in a wheelchair and can stand for short periods. One of his main symptoms with bladder frequency and urgency. He has been taking the protracted enzymes for a few months now and has just recently started to see an improvement in his strength and mobility.


Rosalind is 60 years old and lives in Witney, Oxfordshire she was diagnosed with MS in 2001 although her first symptoms were in 1980. Rosalinds main symptoms were fatigue, migraines, bladder problems, the weakness was on her right side and she walked with a stick. She had a big problem of malabsorption and found it very difficult to take any supplements . After changing Rosalinds diet and putting her on a course of easy to absorb nutrients such as liquid and sublingual vitamins and minerals, Rosalind is now less intolerant to foods. Since taking the Blockbuster proteolytic enzymes her energy has improved. She told me that she was able to dance through the night over Christmas and New Year which is something she has not been able to do for many years. She has begun to feel like a completely different person, back to her normal self again.

Susie Cornell MBE

MS Natural Health Consultant/Bioresonance Consultant - My training as a Clinical Ecologist/ MS Natural Health Consultant has led me to read and study in depth, human physiology which is how the body works, and goes far beyond my formal training. Due to this I can interpret and understand many health problems that people with MS experience.

I use Bioresonance Technology for MS Assessments which can be done from 'distance'(for those who find it difficult or inaccessible to travel) or from my clinic, The Cornell Centre in Essex.

I can scan for over 275,000 imbalances (physical, emotional and psychological), toxins, viruses, parasites, bacteria, fungi, foods, enzymes, hormones. It reveals weaknesses in the immune system. It can strengthen any weakened body organ - kidneys, liver, heart, etc.

A complete 'Body Scan' looks at vitamin and mineral imbalances, food intolerances, mercury, bacteria, yeast and viruses and any hormonal imbalances. Emotional and stress related problems can also be assessed and balanced.

The Cornell Centre @Springhealth Leisure Club,
Brian Close,
Chelmsford, Essex CM2 9DZ
01245 268098/