Natural treatment for Parkinson disease in Nigeria

Parkinson disease in also refer to as “palsy” or “paralysis agitans”. Parkinson disease is a progressive disorder of the central nervous system. It causes tremors (especially in the hands) and rigidity (especially in the face). The disease affects men and women equally, primarily after age 60. However, approximately 10% of those with the disease bare fewer than 40. It is characterized by a severe shortage of dopamhort a neurotraninitter that Carsem messages from one nerve to another.

Dopamine relays motions commands from the brain to the body. It enables people to move normally by carrying messages between synapses in the brain and tells the body how and where to move. Without dopamine, people develop various motion problems, including slow neck movement also called Bradykinesia, tremors, (in the limbs, hands, head, neck, face, and jack, and muscle stiffness. Other symptoms include drooling, loss of appetite, shuffling gait, impaired speech, mask-like expression of the face and sluggishness. The brain’s slowness in transmitting the necessary instructions to the involved part of the body causes this delay in movement. Poor balance and walking problems usually develop, particularly, when there is a sudden change in the position of the body. Some people with Parkinson’s experience repeated falls and broken bones due to poor balance. Although no cure for the disease is available at this time, drug therapy can help alleviate the symptoms.

The cause of Parkinson disease is not known, but genetics, environmental toxins, aging and free radicals are thought to be risk factors for developing the disease. As a person ages there is a natural loss of some dopamine producing cells. In some cases however, for unknown reasons, there is a drastic reduction of these cells. When the reduction in dopamine reaches 80%, symptoms of Parkinson develop.



There is no known way to prevent Parkinson’s disease. When Parkinson’s in the early stages, it may not disrupt everyday life, but as the disease progresses, it becomes more and more disabling.

Quality of life depends on the ability to remain as independent as possible for as long as possible. Be sure to modify daily activities, get proper nutrition, get plenty of rest and get appropriate exercise for the current stage of the disease. Eat a diet of 75% raw foods, including seeds, grains, nuts and raw milk, and limit protein intake. Avoid chlorinated water, sugar, and iron, fat and oxidized cholesterol, which encourages arteriosclerotic changes with reduced blood supply to the brain. Even a single fatty meal can impair blood flow to the brain for several hours.

SPEED REMEDYTOtreat Parkinson disease is our Parkinson disease solution kit. This kit is 100% compounded herbal medicines of various types which treat the root cause of Parkinson disease.



Walk into our Office to get your kit at;



Block A, Suite 26, Primal Tek Plaza, 63/65, Egbeda-Idimu  Road, Mokola Bus Stop, Opposite Gowon Estate, Egbeda, Lagos, Nigeria.

Monday- Friday 9am-5pm

Saturday 10am-2pm


1- You pay to the company’s account and we will send it to you between 24-48 hours if you leave in Nigeria. It takes 4-5 working days for international delivery (people outside Nigeria, we use DHL).

2- If you have anyone in Lagos or you are in Lagos, you can come to our office or send money to the person you have in Lagos let the person come to the office to pay and pick the kit up for you instantly.

Delivery is free nationwide

Free of charge delivery nationwide (If you want us to send the kit to you any where you are in Nigeria, you will get it between 24-48hours ,at most 72 hours). We use transport companies such as: ABC transport, GUBA express, Young Shall Grow, Agofure Motors, Okeyson Motors etc  from Lagos to various states in Nigeria.

N.B: International delivery will only enjoys 50% discount of the delivery cost (50:50).

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