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Brain Disease and Treatment

In the world of well-being, an unseen foe called neurodegeneration quietly chips away at our mental strength. Recent studies highlight a global uptick in neurodegenerative diseases, putting issues like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s at the forefront of health concerns. The culprit? Environmental neurotoxins, weaving a hazardous tale linked to industrial exposure.

 

This exploration goes beyond the usual, revealing the sneaky impact of neurotoxic metals—lead, aluminum, mercury, manganese, cadmium, and arsenic. Pesticides and tiny metal particles add to this toxic mix, implicated in the development of conditions like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. These environmental villains create senile plaques and neurofibrillary tangles, ominous signs of neural issues.

 

Introducing TRS (Toxin Removal System), a ray of hope in the realm of brain disease treatment and detoxification. As a detox specialist, I invite you to dive into the essential dance between environmental toxins and our delicate neural framework. The TRS approach not only shows the impact of industrial pollutants but also navigates the tricky waters of solvent exposure, shaping neurological health. Join us in this brief exploration, decoding the ins and outs of brain disease treatment and paving the way for a toxin-free cognitive journey.

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1.  Brain Disease and Treatment: Intro

 

Getting older means a higher risk of dealing with neurodegenerative disorders, messing with both mind and body. As life expectancy increases, thanks to better healthcare, the chances of facing these neurological issues also go up. But here’s the deal: figuring out what causes these disorders and developing effective treatments is a tough nut to crack, and despite loads of research, we haven’t nailed it yet.

 

People have long suspected that the environment plays a role in these disorders, especially in cases like Parkinson’s disease. It’s clear that environmental factors contribute, but connecting the dots between specific chemicals and these conditions is tricky. With so many chemicals out there and people exposed to different stuff throughout their lives, it’s a tough puzzle to solve.

 

The main goal here is to identify risk factors related to exposure to toxins that might contribute to these disorders. If we can pinpoint and eliminate those risks, we might be able to reduce the impact of these devastating illnesses on people’s lives.

 

Alzheimer’s disease

Now, let’s dive a bit deeper into Alzheimer’s. It’s a common neurodegenerative disorder that usually hits folks over 65. Dementia is a big symptom, and there are various theories about what causes it, like genetics, oxidative stress, and environmental factors. Alzheimer’s affects a massive number of people worldwide, and that number is expected to shoot up in the coming years. It messes with cognitive abilities, memory, and thinking skills, and sadly, there’s no cure yet.

 

Parkinson’s disease

On the other hand, Parkinson’s is another widespread neurological disease. It’s not as well-known as Alzheimer’s, but it’s still a big deal. It often shows up as people age, and men are more likely to get it than women. The symptoms include things like tremors, stiffness, and trouble with movement. Environmental factors also play a role here, and certain toxins and pollutants might be contributing to the rise in cases.

 

 

 

2. Unmasking the Impact of Environmental Toxin on Neurological Disorders

 

In a world grappling with environmental pollution, the consequences reach beyond the visible to affect our well-being globally. The primary culprits, air contaminants, not only disrupt lung health but also cast a shadow on brain functionality. The intricate dance between atmospheric pollutants and the central nervous system involves oxidative stress, microglial cell activation, neuronal inflammation, and shifts in blood-brain membrane permeability.

 

Heavy metals, notorious players in this pollution saga, wield significant and enduring influence on the brain, contributing to cognitive impairment. Pesticides, too, emerge as significant contributors to the onset of neurodegenerative illnesses. While traditional therapies prove effective, the optimal clinical efficiency in combating conditions induced by environmental pollutants remains elusive, posing a formidable challenge especially in brain disease treatment.

 

To gain a deeper understanding, delve into Table, providing an insightful exploration into the impact of environmental toxicants on neurodegenerative disorders.

 

 

Environmental Toxin Effect on brain function 
Trichloroethylene (TCE)Messes with the brains of elderly rats, causing stress, dysfunction, protein accumulation, and selective damage to certain brain cells.
Organophosphate pesticide (CPF)Disrupts brain function in both male and female rats, leading to chronic inflammation and accelerated neurodegeneration.
Aluminum chloride (AlCl3/Al (lac)3)Activates a switch in mouse brains, influencing a key enzyme called acetylcholinesterase, which plays a role in communication between brain cells.
Inorganic arsenic (iAs)Lowers energy levels in the brain, increases stress, and triggers immune responses in mice, potentially harming brain cells.
Lead acetate (PbA)Induces the production of signals linked to inflammation in the brains of immature rats, potentially affecting their development.
Chlorpyrifos (CPF)Suppresses certain brain enzymes and alters gene activity in rats, disrupting normal brain functions.
Methoxychlor (MXC)Reduces dopamine levels and affects certain cellular structures in the brains of mice, potentially causing movement problems.
Dichlorvos (organophosphate)Alters the function of cell structures and increases oxidative stress in rats’ brains, potentially causing damage.
PCBsModifies the brain’s dopamine chemistry, induces oxidative stress, and causes injury to certain brain cells in rats.
PCBs BlendImpairs memory, induces anxiety-like behavior, and affects brain activity in female rats, potentially impacting cognitive functions.
Simulated Vehicle Exhaust Exposure (SVEE)Causes behavioral and cognitive abnormalities in rats, potentially due to increased stress and damage to brain cells.
Indoor Nanoscale Particulate Matter (INPM)Aggravates inflammation in a human model, potentially disrupting normal brain functions.
Triphenyl Phosphate (TPP) and Diphenyl Phosphate (DPP)Induces inflammation, interferes with metabolic processes, and affects certain brain functions in mice.
RotenoneIncreases the production and alters the structure of certain cellular components in cell lines, potentially harming brain cells.
ParaquatPromotes oxidative stress, cellular apoptosis, dopamine deficiency, and motor and cognitive impairments in mice.
PM2.5Causes cognitive deficits, neuron loss, and the formation of protein aggregates in mice, potentially harming brain function.
DDT and DDEIncreases levels of a protein linked to brain issues in human neuroblastoma cells.
Al and HgInduces pro-inflammatory signaling mechanisms in human brain cells, potentially leading to harmful effects.
Pb and MnProduces gender-specific neurological impairments in male and female rats, potentially impacting their movement and coordination.
Dietary HabitsDifferent eating patterns impact the prevalence of Parkinson’s disease in humans over 16 years of follow-up.

 

TESTIMONIALS

Client success stories

Before starting TRS, I didn’t even realize that my son’s issues with emotional regulation, clinginess and even tantrums were toxin related. After an elevated lead test and starting TRS, we realized that lead as well as other toxins and metals had been affecting him and his behaviors dramatically improved. The out of control tantrums with head banging faded and never returned once we began using TRS. So so grateful to have found TRS!

– Darija W –

When I say this stuff is changing our lives, I really mean it y’all! A month in and I’m totally weaned off of my anti anxiety and antidepressant medications! I also haven’t needed sleeping medication that I’ve depended on for over 5 years.

My sweet daughter’s eczema is healing through TRS this week! SUCH AMAZING GAINS this week!! Clear improvements from spraying orally, and not even a full week of me spraying it directly on her face.

– Zane A –

I have high blood pressure and sugar diabetes, I have been taking TRS religiously for 2 1/2 weeks. I have always been on blood pressure pills and I’m normally 90/200 while taking them. Today 80/132! And my sugar diabetes is usually in the range from 162 to 200 while taking Metformin, I’m truly mind blown that it is at 100 today! Even after I had cereal, and sugarless cookies today.

I think my sugar diabetes just keeps getting better and better! I can’t get over this!

– Debbie R –

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2.1 Air Contaminants: Unveiling the Air’s Hidden Dangers

 

Imagine the air we breathe, once thought of as clean, now hides potential threats to our brains. Air pollution, a culprit linked to neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, is a real concern. Tiny particles known as nanoparticles swiftly make their way to our central nervous system, triggering our body’s natural defenses.

 

Recent studies reveal that atmospheric contamination sparks neuroinflammation, oxidative stress, and changes in our brain’s protective barriers. Various air pollutants, both indoors and outdoors, play a role, with particulate matter and ground-level ozone taking center stage.

 

Particulate matter, especially the kind with a diameter of 2.5 µm (PM2.5), is a mixture of tiny solid and liquid particles floating in the air. These particles, containing substances like sulphates, nitrates, and metals, come from sources like refineries, car emissions, and even wildfires. These PM2.5 particles find their way into our central nervous system through our blood-brain barrier and olfactory neurons.

 

The danger lies in how PM2.5 impacts our brains through inflammation and oxidative stress, triggering pathways that could lead to neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Studies, like the one exploring this link, exposed mice to PM2.5 for seven days. The results were alarming, with cognitive impairments, neuronal death, and protein aggregation observed – a toxic cocktail of damage caused by oxidative stress and inflammation.

 

In the realm of air contaminants, understanding their detrimental effects provides crucial insights into innovative brain disease treatment approaches.

 

2.2 Dietary Factors: The Food We Eat and Its Silent Impact

 

Now, let’s shift our focus to something we encounter daily: food. Our diet plays a role in the development of disorders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Imagine your meals influencing the intricate workings of your brain.

 

Certain diets, especially those high in unhealthy fats, might promote the deposition of harmful substances like β-amyloid, a key player in Alzheimer’s disease. The calories we consume, our caffeine intake, alcohol habits, and even the metals we absorb through food – they all contribute to the intricate web of factors linked to Alzheimer’s, involving elements like epigenetics, oxidative stress, and reactive oxygen species (ROS).

 

Research dives deep into this connection. For instance, exploring the link between dietary habits and Parkinson’s disease risk studied almost 130,000 people over 16 years, discovering two eating trends: the prudent pattern, rich in fruits, vegetables, and fish, was linked to a lower risk of Parkinson’s, while the Western pattern showed no such benefit.

 

In simpler terms, what you eat matters. A diet filled with fruits, veggies, nuts, and fish, while limiting saturated fats and alcohol, could act like a shield against Parkinson’s disorder. It’s like choosing the right fuel to keep your brain’s engine running smoothly. Exploring the role of dietary fibers introduces a nutritional perspective in the discourse on brain disease treatment, suggesting potential dietary interventions for neurological well-being.

 

 

  2.3 Heavy Metals

 

In our surroundings, metals like copper, iron, and zinc play essential roles in our body’s functions. However, some heavy metals, such as lead, cadmium, arsenic, and manganese, can sneak into our systems, potentially leading to serious neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

 

2.3.1 Aluminum

Aluminum, abundant in our environment, can find its way into our bodies through diet, drinking water, air, cosmetics, and medications. Despite its prevalence, the exact way it harms our brains isn’t crystal clear. Linked to neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, aluminum triggers oxidative stress and the accumulation of harmful substances like β-amyloid, impacting various signaling pathways. Its effects on acetylcholine metabolism and amyloid breakdown make it a potential co-factor in the development of neurological disorders.

 

2.3.2 Arsenic

Arsenic, a potent environmental toxin found in soil, air, and water, poses risks to our brains. Drinking water contaminated with arsenic can lead to severe exposure, impacting CNS functions and potentially causing conditions like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Arsenic can replace phosphate in biological processes, affecting cognitive functions and leading to neurological disorders.

 

2.3.3 Lead

Lead, a swift neurotoxin, easily enters the brain, causing inflammation, oxidative stress, and apoptosis. Despite attempts to regulate its use, lead exposure still occurs through industrial processes. Even low levels of lead in the blood can negatively affect cognitive and behavioral functions, especially in children. The cumulative impact of lead exposure, often linked with other metals, poses a challenge, leading to various neurological impairments.

 

2.3.4 Manganese

Manganese, crucial for bodily functions, becomes problematic when exposure is excessive. Occupational or environmental exposure to manganese can result in “Manganism,” a neurodegenerative disorder resembling Parkinson’s. Elevated manganese levels affect brain areas like the basal ganglia, leading to physical changes similar to Alzheimer’s. Disrupting metabolic pathways in astrocytes, manganese impairs basic glial activities, indirectly causing neuronal impairment.

 

2.3.5 Synergistic Metal Toxicity: When Metals Collide

Living in a world filled with different metals, the interplay between them complicates our understanding of their individual effects. Research suggests that metals like lead, arsenic, cadmium, mercury, and manganese may act synergistically or antagonistically, impacting cognitive functions and potentially causing neurological disorders. Prenatal exposure to metal combinations increases the risk of cognitive impairment, emphasizing the need to explore the complex interactions between metals in our environment.

 

Understanding these heavy metals’ effects on the brain is crucial for developing strategies to minimize exposure and protect our neurological health. As we navigate our daily lives, being mindful of potential sources of heavy metal exposure can contribute to a healthier future for our brains.

 

 

2.4 Pesticides   

Epidemiological studies strongly indicate a heightened risk of neurodegeneration associated with pesticide exposure. The primary culprit behind this connection is mitochondrial toxicity, leading to increased levels of reactive oxygen species (ROS). In conditions like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, protein aggregates like Lewy bodies and neurofibrillary tangles are pivotal markers, and pesticides contribute significantly to their formation.

 

2.4.1 Organophosphates

Organophosphate pesticides, encompassing malathion, parathion, chlorpyrifos, and more, are extensively used globally. Both high and low-level exposures, whether occupational or environmental, are linked to chronic CNS disorders. For instance, exposure to chlorpyrifos has been associated with an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease. The impact of organophosphates is broad, affecting neurotransmitters, neurotrophic factors, and enzymes involved in β-amyloid breakdown, alongside their primary role of inhibiting acetylcholinesterase. Vulnerable populations, like the elderly or genetically predisposed individuals, may be significantly affected.

 

2.4.2 Organochlorines

Organochlorines, a diverse group of chlorinated hydrocarbons, find applications in pesticides, insecticides, herbicides, and industrial processes. Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT), rotenone, and paraquat are well-known examples. These substances exhibit varying toxicities, often unrelated to their structure. DDT, for instance, persists in the environment and the body, leading to symptoms like vomiting and seizures with high-dose exposure. Serum DDE levels are associated with a higher incidence of Alzheimer’s disease, emphasizing the lingering impact of these compounds. Rotenone and paraquat, linked to Parkinsonian symptoms, induce neurodegeneration by altering cellular calcium levels and promoting the aggregation of α-synuclein.

 

Organochlorine exposure, especially during prenatal and postnatal periods, has been linked to neurodevelopmental disorders such as psychomotor deficits, memory loss, anxiety, and autism. Methoxychlor (MXC), an organochlorine, has demonstrated dose-related declines in striatal dopamine levels, indicating a potential association with Parkinson’s disease. The chlorination of these compounds enhances their solubility and blood-brain membrane penetration, making them potent infiltrators of the central nervous system.

 

Understanding the neurological risks associated with pesticide exposure is vital for adopting strategies to minimize harm. The perilous connection between pesticides and neurological health underscores the urgency for advancements in brain disease treatment methodologies.

 

 

     2.5 Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs): Lingering Threats to Neurological Health

 

Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) represent a diverse group of organochlorines with varying modes of action determined by the arrangement and quantity of chlorine atoms on biphenyl rings. Despite global manufacturing since the 1930s, stringent regulations such as the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) in 2001 aimed to restrict their use due to environmental concerns. Nevertheless, PCBs endure in the environment due to factors like lipid solubility and extended half-lives.

 

Neurological Impact

PCBs exhibit a propensity to accumulate in fatty organs, notably the brain, where their presence has been implicated in various disorders, most notably Parkinson’s disease and cognitive impairment. Lyng et al. (2007) utilized an organotypic co-culture system to investigate the impact of PCBs on the developing basal ganglia Dopamine (DA) system in rats. Exposure to an environmentally relevant PCB blend induced changes in DA neurochemistry, downregulation of DAergic proteins, heightened oxidative stress, and eventual injury to extraneuronal components, leading to the degeneration of both ventral mesencephalon (VM) and striatal GABA neurons. This model is instrumental in understanding the sequence of PCB-induced neurotoxic events and their implications for conditions like Parkinson’s disease and cognitive impairments associated with PCB exposure.

 

Insights from Rodent Studies

 

Wang et al. (2022) delved into the toxicity of a laboratory-prepared PCB blend, mimicking an indoor school environment, on female Sprague-Dawley rats. Nose-only exposure resulted in impaired memory, anxiety-like behavior, reduced white blood cell counts, alterations in plasma metabolomics, and significant transcriptional changes in the brain. A total of 274 genes were upregulated, while 58 genes were downregulated. These findings highlight the multifaceted impact of PCB exposure, affecting behavior, immune response, and molecular activity in the brain.

 

Overlooked Aspect

While PCBs have been associated with oxidative stress and cellular dysfunction in various models, their specific impact on astrocytes has received limited attention. Understanding the role of astrocytes in PCB-induced neurotoxicity is crucial for comprehending the comprehensive effects of these environmental toxins.

 

Within the domain of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), delineating their influence on brain health illuminates the ongoing quest for effective brain disease treatment avenues.

 

 

    2.6 Solvents

Solvents, volatile substances primarily inhaled, play indispensable roles in various industries, including paints, medicines, lubricants, inks, insecticides, cosmetics, and household cleansers. The ubiquity of organic solvents in contemporary society raises concerns about their environmental impact and potential health risks, particularly in the neurological domain.

 

Diverse Solvents: A Common Threat

Organic solvents like isopropanol, toluene, xylene, white spirits, and chlorinated solvents such as methylene chloride, trichloroethylene, and perchloroethylene find extensive use globally. The coatings industry, crucial for paints, adhesives, and varnishes, stands as a major consumer of solvents, emphasizing their importance in ensuring product quality and durability.

 

Shifting Trends

While organic solvent usage is declining in certain sectors due to technological advancements, environmental regulations targeting volatile organic compound emissions are driving the recovery and recycling of solvents. This shift underscores the imperative to balance industrial necessities with environmental sustainability.

 

Neurotoxicity Unveiled: Specific Solvents and their Impact

1-Bromopropane, an alternative to ozone-depleting chemicals, has emerged with unforeseen neurotoxic effects in humans, highlighting the need for comprehensive assessments of novel substitutes. Trichloroethylene (TCE), a chlorinated halocarbon organic solvent, has been linked to mitochondrial toxicity and dopaminergic neurodegeneration. Other solvents like n-hexane, methyl n-butyl ketone, 2,5-hexanedione, acetone, methyl ethyl ketone, methyl isobutyl ketone, carbon disulphide, styrene, and 1,1,1-trichloroethane have associations with peripheral neurotoxicity.

 

Insights from Animal Studies

Studies by De Miranda et al. (2021) explored the effects of long-term systemic exposure to trichloroethylene in aged rats. The research identified a gene-environment link between ambient mitochondrial toxins and the protein kinase LRRK2, indicating increased LRRK2 kinase activity in the brain. This activation resulted in severe dopaminergic lesions in the nigrostriatal area, elevated oxidative stress, endolysosomal impairment, and α-synuclein deposition, collectively contributing to nigrostriatal dopaminergic impairment.

 

Chronic Exposure

Chronic exposure to high levels of solvents has been associated with syndromes such as chronic toxic encephalopathy, psycho-organic syndrome, or solvent neurotoxicity. These syndromes manifest as alterations in personality, cognitive impairments, and neuropathies, emphasizing the need for vigilant monitoring and regulation to protect against the detrimental effects of prolonged solvent exposure.

 

As industries evolve and environmental consciousness grows, understanding the neurological hazards of solvents becomes imperative for ensuring occupational safety, public health, and sustainable industrial practices. Delving into the neurotoxic repercussions of solvents prompts a closer examination of tailored brain disease treatment protocols to counteract their impact.

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3.    3 Common Mechanisms of Environmental Neurotoxicity: Insights into Shared Pathways

 

Neurological disorders, spanning conditions like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, share intricate pathogenic processes. The convergence of blood-brain barrier disruption, protein aggregation, oxidative stress, and mitochondrial impairment stands as a hallmark of environmental neurotoxicity, as neurotoxicants can incite or expedite these mechanisms, ultimately leading to neurodegeneration.

 

3.1 Blood-Brain Barrier Disruption: Unveiling the Gateway to Neurodegeneration

 

The blood-brain barrier (BBB), crucial for maintaining cerebral homeostasis, serves as both protector and regulator. The highly compact vascular endothelium guards the brain by forming a molecular barrier, shielding neurons from infections and toxins. Disruption in the BBB, a common feature in neurodegenerative disorders, permits component leakage into the central nervous system (CNS), exacerbating neurodegenerative impairments. In conditions like multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s disease, inflammatory cytokines and other endogenous stimuli play pivotal roles in altering BBB integrity. Studies, such as that by Li et al. (2020), reveal the disruptive impact of indoor nanoscale particulate matter (INPM) on the BBB, elucidating the interplay between inflammation, ROS accumulation, and antioxidant system imbalance.

 

3.2 Protein Aggregation: Decoding the Role in Neurodegenerative Disorders

Misfolded protein aggregates, a recurring feature in neurological disorders, take center stage in understanding shared mechanisms. Tiny soluble oligomeric aggregates, evolving into larger insoluble inclusion bodies (IBs), are implicated in Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and other neurodegenerative disorders. The presence of IBs, carrying proteins like α-synuclein, Tau, TAR DNA-binding protein 43 (TDP-43), and β-amyloid, is a commonality across various conditions. These aggregates may indicate damage or induce deformities in structural proteins, subsequently triggering cytoskeletal alterations and apoptosis. The intricate dance between protein aggregates, chaperones, lipid membranes, and the ubiquitin-proteasome system contributes to the toxicity and neuroprotective effects witnessed in different disorders.

 

3.3 Mitochondrial Impairment and Oxidative Stress: The Dual Culprits

Mitochondrial dysfunction and oxidative stress, pivotal contributors to neurodegenerative conditions, are deeply interconnected. The onset of disorders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s is linked to severe oxidative stress, marked by an imbalance in pro-oxidant/antioxidant equilibrium. Reactive oxygen species (ROS), highly active in the brain, contribute to neurological injury. Mitochondria, essential in calcium regulation, ROS production, and lipid metabolism, become compromised in neurodegenerative conditions. The deadly cycle of mitochondrial malfunction and oxidative stress, affecting neuronal structures, DNA, and energy production, forms a critical aspect of shared mechanisms. Studies, such as that by Salvi et al. (2020), demonstrate the protective role of mitochondria-targeted antioxidants in mitigating behavioral abnormalities and oxidative stress caused by simulated vehicle exhaust exposure (SVEE).

 

 

 

4.    Conclusion and Future Perspectives: Navigating the Intersection of Environmental Toxins and Neurological Disorders

 

In the face of rising dementia cases and widespread environmental pollution, the link between exposure to occupational and environmental hazards and neurological disorders holds significant public health importance. Despite challenges in precisely diagnosing Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s due to lacking biochemical markers and the complexities of evaluating prolonged exposures, epidemiological studies suggest a potential risk associated with exposure to toxins like heavy metals and pesticides. Notably, these pollutants share similar toxicity pathways, culminating in oxidative stress, a common thread in neurological diseases.

 

5. TRS (Advanced Cellular Detox) – Improving Brain Disease through Comprehensive Detoxification

 How does TRS detox the brain?

 

TRS utilizes advanced technology by suspending zeolite minerals in water, creating a unique mineral water colloid. This suspension allows the small zeolite particles to travel extensively throughout the body, including deep into the brain. Within the brain, these zeolites work at the cellular level to eliminate neurotoxins.

The zeolites journey alongside the cerebrospinal fluid, enabling them to navigate the intricacies of the brain, including crossing the blood-brain barrier. This process ensures an effective cleansing of the system. The connection between the lymphatic system, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), and the glymphatic system facilitates the efficient removal of wastes from the brain.

Glymphatic Marvel: Unlocking Brain Cleansing

The central nervous system lacks lymphatic vessels, but a unique glymphatic system takes charge, operating as a pseudo-lymphatic system in the brain. This system, dependent on glial cells, allows cerebrospinal fluid to enter the brain, flowing through aquaporin-4 into the interstitium, and finally driving perivenous outflow, all crucial for brain cleansing. TRS supports this glymphatic pathway, making it a vital ally in your brain’s well-being.

Harmony in Neural Environment

The glymphatic system collaborates with the blood-brain barrier, exchanging interstitial fluid with cerebrospinal fluid and ensuring a well-conditioned neural environment. Disruptions in these mechanisms can lead to toxin accumulation and neurodegenerative disorders. Advanced TRS steps in to assist these systems, eliminating harmful toxins and restoring the optimal neural environment through effective detoxification.

Detoxifying Wonders of Clinoptilolite Zeolites for Brain Disease

Clinoptilolite-based materials, with remarkable ion exchange and absorption capacity, offer detoxifying benefits for the body. Clinical trials demonstrate their positive impact on animal and human health.

Rats exposed to organophosphate poisoning showed restored cholinesterase activity with clinoptilolite supplementation.

Mice, intoxicated with lead, experienced brain tissue protection and enhanced antioxidant mechanisms with clinoptilolite, showcasing its detoxifying prowess.

 

5.1 Heavy Metals – A targeted approach in brain disease treatment

TRS is specifically designed to combat heavy metal toxicity, a prominent factor in neurodegenerative disorders. The high negative charge of zeolites acts as a magnetic force, efficiently attracting heavy metals such as aluminum, mercury, cadmium, arsenic, and lead. Once captured within the nano-zeolite cage, these metals become inert, eliminating the risk of re-entering the bloodstream. TRS’s nanometer range and colloidal suspension ensure thorough detoxification at the cellular level, including the removal of heavy metals that may contribute to brain diseases. 

Inflammation, often manifested as inflamed brains and bodies, is a consequence of residing in a heavy metal-infested environment. The repercussions are widespread, including brain fog, depression, anxiety, memory loss, and chronic fatigue. While many medical professionals acknowledge the prevalence of inflammation, identifying its root cause remains elusive for some. 

TRS emerges as a breakthrough solution, offering a detoxifying mechanism to address the chronic “fire” in the brain caused by metals and toxins. Countless success stories narrate the transformative effects of TRS, showcasing reduced inflammation, alleviated anxiety and depression, heightened energy levels, improved sleep, and enhanced elimination. The discovery of TRS is indeed a blessing, providing a safe avenue for toxin removal and the priceless gift of restored health.

 

5.2 Pesticides and Herbicides

Clinoptilolite zeolite in TRS extends its detoxifying prowess to pesticides and herbicides. The positive charge of these environmental toxins makes them susceptible to zeolite’s magnetic effect. TRS, being a passive chelator, picks up these toxins as it encounters them without forcing them into circulation. The detox process, gentle on the body, occurs through urine and other elimination pathways, ensuring the removal of pesticides and herbicides linked to neurological disorders.

 

5.3 Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs)

TRS effectively addresses the threat posed by PCBs, notorious for their persistence in the environment. The zeolite’s nanometer range and sufficient surface area enable it to capture and neutralize PCBs. By encasing zeolites in water molecules, TRS ensures a true colloidal suspension, allowing for the transport of detoxifying agents through the body, including the blood-brain barrier. This unique characteristic enhances the comprehensive removal of PCBs, contributing to the prevention of brain diseases.

 

5.4 Solvents

Environmental exposure to solvents, including those found in paints and cleaning agents, poses a risk to neurological health. TRS’s ability to attract toxins with positive charges extends to solvents like isopropanol, toluene, and chlorinated solvents. By capturing and neutralizing these toxins within its cage-like structure, TRS provides a gentle yet effective method of eliminating solvents, contributing to the overall prevention of neurotoxicity and related brain disorders.

 Brain Detox Benefits

Your brain oversees the functions of your entire body, making your overall health dependent on its well-being. When your brain is burdened with toxicity, it adversely affects your overall health. Taking a proactive step towards brain detox becomes crucial. The benefits you gain from brain detox include

  1. Remarkable enhancement in cognitive function.
  2. Improved mood.
  3. Reduced stress levels.
  4. Increased energy levels.
  5. Diminished feelings of depression and anxiety.
  6. Lowered risk of certain health conditions.

 

 

Conclusion

 

TRS emerges as an innovative and holistic solution in the prevention and brain disease treatment linked to environmental toxins. Its unique properties, such as nanometer range, colloidal suspension, and passive chelation, enable it to efficiently tackle heavy metals, pesticides, PCBs, solvents, and various other toxins. By embracing TRS as a part of detoxification routines, individuals can take proactive steps towards safeguarding their neurological health and promoting overall well-being.

TESTIMONIALS

Client success stories

Before starting TRS, I didn't even realize that my son's issues with emotional regulation, clinginess and even tantrums were toxin related. After an elevated lead test and starting TRS, we realized that lead as well as other toxins and metals had been affecting him and his behaviors dramatically improved. The out of control tantrums with head banging faded and never returned once we began using TRS. So so grateful to have found TRS!

- Darija W -

When I say this stuff is changing our lives, I really mean it y’all! A month in and I'm totally weaned off of my anti anxiety and antidepressant medications! I also haven't needed sleeping medication that I've depended on for over 5 years.

My sweet daughter’s eczema is healing through TRS this week! SUCH AMAZING GAINS this week!! Clear improvements from spraying orally, and not even a full week of me spraying it directly on her face.

- Zane A -

I have high blood pressure and sugar diabetes, I have been taking TRS religiously for 2 1/2 weeks. I have always been on blood pressure pills and I’m normally 90/200 while taking them. Today 80/132! And my sugar diabetes is usually in the range from 162 to 200 while taking Metformin, I'm truly mind blown that it is at 100 today! Even after I had cereal, and sugarless cookies today.

I think my sugar diabetes just keeps getting better and better! I can’t get over this!

- Debbie R -

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Getting started with Advanced TRS

 

To securely order Advanced TRS Detox Spray, visit https://stonesdetox.mycoseva.com/shopline_category.html?utm_source=coseva.com. Look for the BLUE bottle, available in glass or plastic. The plastic one is safe, BPA-free, and medical grade. Both bottles contain the same amount of TRS, and shipping to the mainland US typically takes about 3 days.

Once you have your TRS, you’ll notice Coseva’s official recommendation is to use 5 sprays a day, and that’s their official company recommendation.

For more information and community support, explore my blogs about health conditions, topics, and reviews at https://www.stonesdetox.com/blog/  . If you want to read about others’ experiences with TRS, visit https://www.stonesdetox.com/trs-reviews/.

Now, about getting started with TRS detox spray , while Coseva’s official recommendation is excellent, we suggest a slightly different route to avoid irritating detox symptoms like nausea, headache, or general discomfort. But before we discuss that, let’s delve into why detox symptoms happen in the first place.

              

Why Detox Symptoms Happen

 

Understanding the symptoms during your detox journey is essential; these may indicate your body’s response to the detox process.

Advanced TRS is like a quiet helper in your body – it doesn’t cause “side effects.” But sometimes, when folks use TRS, they might feel detox symptoms, like a headache, dizziness, rashes, or even emotional changes or hyperactivity. Here’s why that can happen:

 

  1. Body’s Detox Excitement: TRS did its job and detoxed what it could. Then the body got all excited, thinking, “Alright, time to detox everything else!” But sometimes, the body struggles with tricky detox tasks, making you feel uncomfortable.
  2. Parasite Party Fallout: TRS detoxed heavy metals that some pesky parasites were enjoying. Now, these parasites release toxins as they die off, irritating your body and brain. That’s when detox symptoms can pop up.

 

For the first reason, giving MORE TRS right away helps ease the load on your body, helping it clear out the remaining toxins. And for the second reason, giving MORE TRS helps detox those irritating die-off toxins causing the issues.

It’s like giving your body a little extra support to handle the cleanup job!

 

 

Our TRS Best Practices

 

When it comes to handling detox symptoms, we have a go-to solution – more sprays! Here’s our group’s personal recommendation for the best way to use Advanced TRS:

For anyone, young or old (yes, even babies – we’ve done it for our own little ones), start with 5-10 sprays. If you notice any discomfort that could be linked to detox, go ahead and give 10 more sprays every 10 minutes until that discomfort is gone. Usually, any discomfort goes away pretty quickly.

Now, if there’s a bigger issue with toxins, sometimes it’s okay to kick off the detox gently by giving 50, 75, or even 100 sprays all at once. This gives the body a good amount of detox support, helping it release problematic toxins without stress or discomfort.

But hey, this doesn’t mean everyone should keep taking high sprays forever! It’s just a gentle way to handle regular detox symptoms.

Regardless of the uncertainties surrounding symptoms or the duration of their persistence, committing to a consistent routine of body detox, such as with TRS, can pave the way for improved well-being.

 

 

How long will it take to see changes?

 

People often ask us how soon they’ll notice changes in their symptoms when using TRS. The truth is, it’s different for everyone. Our bodies are all unique, with different genetics and toxic loads.

Some people see improvements after just one spray of TRS. Others may need to use it consistently for six, seven, or even more months before they see any changes in their symptoms.

What’s important to understand is that TRS is always working on a chemical level, even if you don’t immediately notice significant changes in your health. Just because you don’t see a big difference right away doesn’t mean TRS isn’t doing its job.

There are inspiring stories of healing from people who used TRS for many months without apparent changes. After seven months, some discovered they no longer needed thyroid medication, or they successfully conceived after struggling with infertility for years. So, while the timing varies, TRS can have positive effects over time.

 

 

 

Change begins from the inside

 

The key to healing through detox is that the process starts internally. We all want to see quick improvements in our visible symptoms, and that’s normal. With TRS, some people do experience immediate changes.

However, during the full-body detox that TRS provides, the changes often start on the inside—the parts of our bodies that aren’t visible. Even if someone doesn’t feel different right away, it doesn’t mean TRS isn’t working. It’s detoxifying important organs like the liver, kidneys, spleen, bones, and muscles.

Our bodies are very complicated, and TRS detoxifies every part of them. We can’t predict which area TRS will detoxify first. That’s why we suggest giving the body a real chance at detox by using at least 6 bottles of TRS before deciding it’s not working based on not noticing immediate changes.

 

 

You can heal

 

In closing, always remember: healing is within reach. Through the stories of countless individuals facing challenging health battles, one resounding truth echoes — you can heal.

As you embark on your detox journey with TRS, envision a path toward renewed well-being. TRS doesn’t directly heal, but it empowers your body to unleash its incredible healing potential. Witnessing this transformation is both glorious and awe-inspiring.

For valuable insights into various health conditions, topics, and honest reviews, explore my blogs at TRS Blog. There, you’ll find a wealth of information to guide you through your wellness adventure.

To order TRS and take the next step toward healing, click here. Your journey to optimal health awaits.

And don’t forget to be inspired by the testimonials of those who have traveled this road before you. Visit Coseva’s TRS Reviews to read about real experiences with Coseva’s TRS.

May your healing journey be filled with hope, resilience, and the triumph of well-being. Embrace the transformative power within you and trust in the healing potential that lies ahead.

 

 

Can TRS detox good metals along with the bad ones?

 

TRS specifically targets metals with a positive ionic charge, which includes heavy metals. While it can detox unused, free-floating iron, it won’t affect iron actively used by your body since the ionic charge becomes neutral during utilization. So, TRS does not detox metals and minerals your body is actively using. As for taking TRS alongside mineral supplements like iron, zinc, or magnesium, many users have found it safe to do so. If concerned, you can stagger your TRS intake and mineral supplements by a few hours.

 

 

How should I take TRS for optimal effectiveness?

Sub-Questions:

  1. Do I need to take TRS under my tongue?
    • No, it’s not necessary. TRS can be sprayed into your mouth in any way you prefer, and it doesn’t have to be under your tongue. You can even spray it on food or mix it with beverages.
  1. Do I need to take TRS on an empty stomach?
    • No, you can take TRS at any time, whether your stomach is full or empty. It won’t interfere with the detox process.
  1. What time of day should I take TRS?
    • Anytime works, but some people experience changes in alertness due to TRS detoxing the pineal gland. If it makes you sleepy, taking it at night is recommended; if it’s invigorating, morning use is suitable.
  1. Can I take TRS with my other supplements?
    • Yes, it’s generally safe. If concerned about TRS detoxing certain supplements, spacing them out by a few hours is a precaution. However, since TRS enters the bloodstream immediately, it typically doesn’t interfere with supplements that need digestive processing.
  1. Will TRS interact with my medications?
    • Generally not. TRS detoxes substances with a positive ionic charge, and most medications have neutral charges. Exceptions exist for chemo drugs with heavy metals; if using such drugs, it’s advised to space TRS at least 6 hours apart from them. Without chemo drugs, TRS typically doesn’t interact with medications.

 

Is it detoxing or a cold, and how long do symptoms last?

 

Sometimes during our detox journeys, symptoms like extra mucus, coughing, muscle aches, fatigue, or slight temperature can be confusing. The common question is whether these symptoms are detox-related or signs of illness.

Determining the cause isn’t always easy, especially in winter or when interacting with someone ill. Factors like food poisoning, sleep deprivation, and stress can contribute to symptoms. Considering all these factors is helpful.

Unfortunately, predicting symptom duration is impossible. Proper remedies benefit symptoms, whether from detox or other causes. TRS, interacting with positively charged substances like heavy metals, is safe with OTC medications or herbs.

Brand choices for supplements depend on personal judgment. Organic, filler-free options are recommended. Considering personal comfort, reading labels, and reviews aids informed decisions.

Determining the right amount of supplements is based on personal comfort. Googling for recommended dosages and reading up on various supplements helps make informed decisions.

 

 

Is it safe to take TRS with mercury fillings, and do I need to remove them before detoxing with TRS?  

 

Many people have “silver” fillings, which are predominantly made of over 50% MERCURY by weight. This mercury can leach into our bloodstreams, causing various health problems. People often wonder if it’s safe to take TRS with mercury fillings.

Answer: Yes, it is safe to take TRS with mercury fillings, and we recommend it. TRS will not dissolve your mercury fillings. Instead, it detoxes the mercury traces that have leached into your tissues. While the mercury is inside the filling, it has a neutral charge. When your body breaks down the filling, little pieces with a positively charged, detachable nature can be detoxed by TRS.

In simpler terms, TRS cannot detox the filling itself but can detox the detached, positively-charged pieces that poison your bloodstream and tissues. While it’s beneficial to remove mercury fillings, it is not necessary to do so before starting TRS as a full-body detox.

 Frequently Asked Questions 

Is TRS safe during pregnancy and breastfeeding?

 

Yes, TRS is considered safe and beneficial for use during both pregnancy and lactation. The Clinoptilolite zeolites in TRS are known for sequestering and removing toxins without the risk of redistributing them in vital organs. The zeolite crystal’s indestructible nature in the human body ensures it retains integrity, preventing any breakdown or redistribution of toxins.

Numerous animal studies support the safety of Clinoptilolite supplements during gestation and lactation, demonstrating positive outcomes for gestational health and milk quality. The zeolite’s neutral and non-toxic properties, as evaluated by EFSA, further affirm its safety for in vivo applications.

 

What is the most cost-effective way to purchase TRS?

 

Buying Advanced TRS in a 3-pack offers better value compared to a 1-pack. The most cost-effective approach is to opt for autoship with a 3-pack, and you can cancel autoship right after ordering, ensuring the best price without a monthly commitment. This “preferred customer” option reduces the overall cost. Both glass and plastic bottles contain approximately 140 sprays, equivalent to about a month’s supply at a recommended dosage of 5 sprays per day.

Exploring the preferred customer option not only ensures the best prices but also provides a flexible approach to body detox without a long-term commitment.

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