Course on Healing for 2,300 Or a Course of Gout Drug for One


Majid Ali, M.D.

Acthar Gel is a drug used to control gout arthritis at the cost of $28,000 for a 5-milliter vial. Its efficacy for that disease has not been validated. The other drugs used for the disease (allopurinol, probenecid, and colchicine) cost less than one-thousandth of the cost of the Acthar. I designate this knowledge as belonging to the domains of disease-literacy and drug-literacy. There is another path to understanding, controlling, and preventing gout which I call healing-literacy.

Dr. Ali’s Course on Healing

My Course on Healing is a self-learning program. The first four seminars of this course cost $12.00. So 2300 individuals can take this course and learn what inflammation is and how to control and prevent inflammatory disorder like gout with extremely low-lost natural remedies, such castor oil rubs, hydrogen peroxide foot soaks, and anti-inflammatory spices and herbs (turmeric, ginger, cat’s claw, boswellia, and others). To order this course, please simply click at the boxes below:

Seminar 1 – Introduction

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Dr. Ali’s Course on Healing Seminar 2 – Cellular Fermentation Forms

 
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Dr. Ali’s Course on Healing Seminar 3
The Oxygen Model of Inflammation


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Dr. Ali’s Course on Healing Seminar  4
Dr. Ali’s Breakfast

 

Acthar Therapy Works Some days, Course on Healing Works for Decades

The benefits of Acthar Gel, even by the exaggerated claims of the drug-seller last for some days. The benefits of healing-literacy are likely to last for your whole life. In the context of gout, I point out that uric acid is about fifty times as potent an antioxidant as vitamin C. The sick, dying, and dead cells converse with the living cells with a family of communication molecules, including uric acid. The notion that uric acid causes gout is silly. I explain this at length in my companion article entitled “Uric Acid and Gout” http://www.majidali.com/uric_acid.htm.

The cost of Acthar seems improbable. Here is a quote from The New York Times of December 30, 2012:

[The] doctor was dumbfounded: a drug that used to cost $50 was now selling for $28,000 for a 5-milliter vial. The physician, Dr. Ladislas Lazaro IV, remembered occasionally prescribing this anti-inflammatory, named H.P. Acthar Gel, for gout back in the early 1990s. Then the drug seemed to fade from view. Dr. Lazaro had all but forgotten about it, until a sales representative from a company called Questcor Pharmaceuticals appeared at his office and suggested that he try it for various rheumatologic conditions.

From Diasease-Literacy to Healing-Literacy

We must shift focus from Diasease-Literacy and Drug-Literacy (paths of dependence) to Healing-Literacy (a path of learning, understanding, and knowing health and healing). To encourage and support those who wish to pursue this path, I now offer a 4-video self-learning course entitled “Dr. Ali’s Course on Healing.” It can be ordered as an easy download from http://www.aliacademy.org . I suggest you view this course twice (time for one view about 150 minutes), and then view a third time a week later. My goal is this course is to be practical, relevant, scientific, and simple.

List of Articles on Course On Healing at www.aliacademy.Org

1: Dr. Ali’s Course on Healing Seminar 1 – Introduction
2: Dr. Ali’s Course on Healing Seminar 2 – Cellular Fermentation Forms
the Foundation of Disease
3: Dr. Ali’s Course on Healing Seminar 3 – The Oxygen Model of Inflammation
4: Dr. Ali’s Course on Healing Seminar 4 – Dr. Ali’s Breakfast
5: Dr. Ali’s Course on Healing Seminar 5 – Dr. Ali’s Top Seven Natural Remedies
6: Dr. Ali’s Course on Healing Seminar 6 – Dr. Ali’s Anti-Inflammatory Remedies
7: Dr. Ali’s Course on Healing Seminar 7 – Dr. Ali’s Bowel Detox
8: Dr. Ali’s Course on Healing Seminar 8 – Dr. Ali’s Liver Detox

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