A Quantum Leap In Successful Multiple Sclerosis Treatment In India

Don’t let Multiple sclerosis to control your life

Treat MS with potent herbal medicines of SVHRC before getting crippled/dependent.

Don’t let MS control your life. Ancient herbal medicines with diet help to successfully master MS in a natural way.

What Is Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an inflammatory disease in which the body's immune system attacks its own tissues. The name Multiple Sclerosis refers to scars (scleroses—better known as plaques or lesions) particularly in the white matter of the brain and spinal cord, which is mainly composed of myelin. In this process, myelin – the fatty substance that coats and protects the nerve fibers in the brain and the spinal cord gets damaged. The damage of myelin leads to demyelination (damage of myelin causing slowing down or withdrawal of nerve impulses thereby leading to neurological problems, multiple areas of scarring (sclerosis) and a range of other Multiple sclerosis symptoms. MS occurs in a wide range of people in all ages. However, the occurrence is more common in adults between the ages of 20 years to 40 years. Also, MS is seen to be more common among females.

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Multiple Sclerosis Causes

Nerve cells in the human body communicate with each other within the brain and the spinal cord by sending electrical signals ‘action potentials’ down long fibers called axons. This communication between the nerve cells plays a major role in optimum regulation of all functions in the body. The axons that help the communication between nerve cells are wrapped in an insulating substance called myelin. In MS, the body’s own immune system attacks and damages the myelin. Once this happens, the axons can no longer conduct signals effectively. As a result of this, one or more neurological symptoms can be seen along with further progression of the disease into physical and cognitive disability.

MS patients experience a worsening of symptoms like heightened stress, anxiety and mental fatigue. This adds to hormonal imbalance and other negative biochemical responses that aggravate the nervous system resulting in yet another attack of MS.

MS takes several forms, new symptoms occur either in relapsing forms or progressive forms. Between attacks, symptoms may go away completely, but permanent neurological complications often persist, especially as the disease advances.

The cause of MS remains unknown to the modern medicine. Modern theories consider genetics, infections and environmental factors.

Meet Dr.J. T. Prasad: Our 1st successfully treated relapsing and remitting Multiple Sclerosis patient from Mumbai, India, had the symptoms of MS in 1993,and his multiple sclerosis diagnosis was done in January 1994

“I’ve never had a single MS attack since YEAR 2001. MRI taken in 2007 showed 95% lesions in the brain have got healed, spinal column lesions totally healed”.

AUTO-TOXINATION: The cause of M. S. explained by SVHRC

SVHRC believes that MS occurs due to Autotoxination. Prolonged continual assimilation of undigested putrefying material into the bloodstream of the body due to improper digestion of food results in toxin saturation to the point where the somatic immune system fails in its functioning and penetrates the blood brain barrier. After it settles in the brain, continuous feeding of the toxins in the brain causes hyper activity of the auto-immune system of the brain. The waste isolated by the auto immune system goes on building up even after being neutralized by the brain. This causes corrosion of the Myelin Sheath adding to the hazard of the affliction.
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Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis

Multiple sclerosis diagnosis is typically based on the presenting signs and symptoms, in combination with supporting medical imaging and laboratory testing. It can be difficult to confirm, especially early on, since the signs and symptoms may be similar to those of other medical problems. The McDonald criteria, which focus on clinical, laboratory, and radiologic evidence of lesions at different times and in different areas, is the most commonly used method of diagnosis

Clinical data alone may be sufficient for a Multiple sclerosis diagnosis if an individual has had separate episodes of neurological symptoms characteristic of the disease. In those who seek medical attention after only one attack, other testing is needed for the diagnosis. The most commonly used tools for multiple sclerosis diagnosis are neuroimaging, analysis of cerebrospinal fluid and evoked potentials. Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain and spine may show areas of demyelination (lesions or plaques).



Shreevidya Herbal Research Centre has successfully treated many M.S patients till date and we feel proud to mention a few of them below. (Names have been changed to protect identity).
Mrs. Shaila, 37 yrs,
Ahmednagar, India
Mrs. Shaila aged 37 yrs, belonged Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India was diagnosed with M.S in 2009, her symptoms included declined sensation in the legs, difficulty in walking and urinary incontinence. She started taking modern medicines however, after two years of futile medication she opted to switch to the treatment administered by SVHRC in November 2012. Mrs. Shaila was suffering from Primary Progressive type of MS and within two years of adhering to the dedicated herbal medication, in July 2014, her MRI showed that 40% of the lesions had reduced as well as no new lesions had formed. She is happy to have a better normalized life than before and exhibits great zest for life.
Mrs. Nanda, 36 yrs,
Mumbai, India
Mrs. Nanda aged 36 yrs, belonged Mumbai, India approached SVHRC in the year 2010. She was diagnosed with Relapsing Remitting type of MS in 2007. She was bedridden, had walking difficulty and urinary incontinence. She could not follow her daily routine without being supported by someone. After four years of consistently adapting to the treatment, she is now able to walk without any external support and is able to do all her daily chores. Today, she still continues to take her treatment and looks forward to the day when she will completely overcome MS.
Mr. Sham, 35 yrs,
Hyderabad, India
Mr. Sham aged 35 yrs, Hyderabad India is a software engineer from Andhra Pradesh, India and working in USA. He suffered from M.S since 2008 and was working outside the country. In 2010-2011 he experienced four episodes of loss of vision. After that, he undertook steroids for a month post which he stopped having episodes of lost vision and his condition seemingly appeared to have become normal. However a month later he realized the temporary nature of ‘Relief’ that the steroids had given him. In February 2012, he finally decided to take a long term herbal medication treatment with SVHRC. Meanwhile, he suffered another MS attack and decided to return home in India. Within a few days, his condition started worsening, he lost his balance, the left side of the body became completely numb with no sensation, left eye vision was lost and he was bedridden. The doctors at SVHRC administered a specifically tailored treatment to suit his conditions and kept him under strict medication. Within two weeks, Sham started improving. He regained his balance, found improvement in vision and was able to practice physical exercises. By March, he was able to completely recover from the relapse and resume at his work place. He continues to take the medication till date and has not experienced any attacks since February 2012.
Mrs. Vrinda, 37 yrs,
Delhi, India- 2007
Mrs. Vrinda aged 37 yrs, is a housewife from Delhi. Suffering from Relapsing Remitting type of MS since 2012, she experienced difficulty in walking. She started taking treatment from SVHRC in 2013 and her condition has improved. Mrs. Vrinda is now not only able to do all her household work but also lives an active life with help of the herbal treatment.

Classifications of MS

MS can be classified into several subtypes of MS. The classification of subtypes is done for prognosis, to determine the future course of the disease and for taking therapeutic decisions. There are four standardized subtype definitions:

1. Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis

2. Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

3. Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

4. Progressive –Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis

In Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis is characterized by unpredictable relapses followed by periods of months to years of relative quiet (remission) with no new signs of disease activity. Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis form accounts for about 80% of individuals suffering from MS.

Secondary Progressive MS - About 65% of those with an initial relapsing-remitting Multiple Sclerosis begin to have progressive neurological decline between acute attacks without any definite periods of remission. Occasional relapses and minor remissions may appear. The median time between disease onset and conversion from relapsing-remitting Multiple Sclerosis to secondary progressive MS may go up to 19 years.

Primary Progressive MS- These patients are approximately 10–15% of individuals who never have remission after their initial MS symptoms. It is characterized by continuous progression of disability from onset, with no or little remissions.

Progressive Relapsing MS- These patients are individuals who, from onset, not only have a steady neurological decline but also suffer clear superimposed attacks. This is the least common of all sub types affecting about 5% of individuals suffering from MS.


There are no known curative medicines/treatment options for Multiple Sclerosis in modern medicine. Steroids, which simply conceal/suppress the symptoms of the disease, are generally administered to patients in order to provide relief for a short period of time. However, this is typically followed by a subsequent attack that comes with greater damage to the patient. An attempt to modify the disease with immunity suppressants can actually cause more damage and agony to patients. Modern MS medications can be resisted by the body and have adverse effects or be poorly tolerated by the system. Many patients therefore seek alternative treatments for the cure of multiple sclerosis.

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Shreevidya Herbal Research Centre started the intense research with time-tested herbal medicines for finding the Multiple sclerosis causes and natural treatment in the year 1999. After a few months of diligent efforts, a herbal formula to manage MS was found that regresses the lesions and re-establishes the myelin sheath and brain cells in the body. This herbal medication was named ‘Remalin’. After 10 years of profound observations and trials on the effect and side effects of the herbal formula ‘Remalin’, Shreevidya Herbal Research Centre has found tremendous results, with zero side effects, in the successful treatment and cure of MS..


Therapeutic Aspect:

In the research carried out by Shreevidya Herbal Research Center, MS is classified as a disease difficult to cure, but it can be managed favorably in early stages. MS is best treated in the early years (the sooner the better) as it is easier to reverse the pathology. MS can be successfully handled from approximately the time of its manifestation up to around ten years or so, depending on the personality, tendency and inclination of the patient. It has been observed that the response to treatment is better in cases where steroids and /or immunity suppressants have not been/ less administered. Treatment becomes challenging in case of radically deep-rooted infliction over an extensive period of time. After the nerve- myelin is lost or damaged beyond the body’s ability to repair it, MS progresses into the third category and becomes incurable however it can still be handled with herbal medicines. In the primary progressive and progressive relapsing sub-types, treatment should be done within the first few years for best results.

Treatment protocol:

During the treatment, each patient is advised to follow a specific regimen prescribed by our doctors for effective results of the medicines on the patient.

1. Regular dosage of “Remalin” herbal medicine as prescribed by the doctors at Shreevidya Herbal Research Centre.

2. Aversion from stress. Episodes of stress/depression trigger MS attacks. Moreover, instead of taking anti-depressants, which suppress the brain and cause sedation, the patients must take steps to naturally keep their mind diverted. Patients are therefore encouraged to engross in various activities of interest to keep them busy. Also, brooding on the disease is highly discouraged. To ensure effective treatment and speedy recovery, it is utmost important for MS patients to avoid mental and emotional stress. Effective management of stress and depression provide the greatest support in the success of this new MS treatment.

3. A strict vegetarian diet with minimal spices/chillies and less of oil is advised. Vegetarian diet, advised by the doctors of SVHRC is very easy to digest. It helps in maintaining a healthy digestive system which compliments proper functioning of the medicines.

4. Carbonated drinks, alcohol and/or any kind of intoxicants are prohibited. Alcohol weakens the nervous system whereas Carbonated drinks increase urination thereby depleting the body of its essential salts and other nutrients.

5. Often MS patients lose their self confidence due to the flaws developed in body movements which make it difficult to manage routine life. In such cases, it becomes important to make the patients regain their will power and self confidence with counseling. Patients with severe psychological imbalance or depression are often unable to take full advantage of our treatment. Their prognosis (process of healing) slows down. In such cases, inspiring positivity of the mind has always proved to be beneficial in the healing process.

6. The period of treatment of a patient depends on various factors such as the level of damage already suffered by the body, the stage and sub-type of M.S, the mental and emotional state of the patient etc. The treatment prescribed can therefore be as lengthy as necessary in each case. It is advised to take Remalin continuously at least for a period of ten years.

7. M.R.I scans are particularly advised after regular intervals of three years throughout the period of treatment. M.R.I reports help in ascertaining the extent of successful recovery in the patient and also act as a guideline for deciding the course of further treatment.

8. Patients are instructed to follow a strict diet and are advised not to modify the dosage of medicines, prescribed by SVHRC, in any manner. Patients are expected to strictly adhere to treatment protocol designed by doctors from time to time to ensure maximum successful recovery.

9. It is of utmost importance that patients under treatment from SVHRC should not take any other form of medicine without informing or without the consent of the doctors at SVHRC. Taking any other type of medicine while undergoing treatment could prove detrimental to the recovery of the patient since it could interfere with the functioning of the herbal medicines given by doctors at SVHRC and may cause adverse effects on the health of a patient. A li st of medicines that can be safely taken during the treatment, for all common, day to day illnesses will be provided to the patient by the doctors at SVHRC. This list would serve as a reference list for the patient in case of common ailments such as common cold, fever, gas, indigestion etc for medicines to be taken in concurrence with the doctors at SVHRC.

10. Patients undergoing Multiple Sclerosis treatment are advised to abstain from maintaining physical/sexual indulgence with/without a partner since this could impede the process of recovery in the patient’s body.


The first case study conducted by Shri H.G.Bhat was on Dr.J.T.Prasad, an Ayurveda Practitioner from the Mangalore district in Karnataka. Dr.Prasad met Shri H.G.Bhat in the year 1999. At that time, he was suffering from various Multiple Sclerosis symptoms and was having weakness due to impaired digestion, ingestion and assimilation of food. Because of bowel incontinence he was living on just tender coconut water and glucose. His case history was thoroughly studied and it was found that fortunately Dr..J.T. Prasad had not taken any disease modifying drugs like steroids and immunity suppressants. His history showed that his affliction belonged to relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis subtype.

He was asked to reside and take multiple sclerosis treatment in Mumbai, India to facilitate the treatment to be done on him. A number of herbal combinations were tried aiming to re-establish the damaged myelin sheath in the brain and spinal column. After a period of time, a concluding combination was finalized and he was asked to resume his medical practice that had been discontinued because of the MS. This helped in keeping him occupied and away from mental depression which would worsen the affliction.

A strictly monitored diet was prescribed to him and in around six months of time his digestion began improving gradually along with an increase in stamina and physical strength. A trial amount of Remalin which was slowly and suitably altered was given initially to establish the optimum amount of dosage that was required for his body.

After two years of treatment an MRI was taken which showed that the lesions of the spinal column in his body were totally re-established while some old lesions in the brain had also disappeared.

The herbal combination had done a remarkable job and Dr.J.T.Prasad’s condition was steadily improving. The MRI taken in the year 2007 showed 85% brain lesions being resolved and no further lesion formations at all in the spinal column and brain.

After three more years of successful multiple sclerosis treatment, it was finally decided to use the same combination on different types of M.S patients as feasible. The results were fantastic in case of early stages in MS patients while it took a longer time to manage patients who had earlier taken steroids and immunity suppressants. The only exceptions were patients with Brain Atrophy and those with extreme negative attitude or excessive mental stress wherein the body was unable to benefit from the medication.

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