ANXIETY AND SIMPLE SUPPLEMENTATION
Jelstrup: There is one more thing I would like to mention. There has been a clinical observation of mine over the last 10 years and I credit this discovery totally to Dr. Versandal. Not infrequently over time, we meet people who are ridden with anxiety. I never quite understood this to begin with – I figured, well, take a hike, and go into nature, get some fresh air and maybe things will go better. Then I learned anxiety is primarily an emotional reaction to a chemical state which affects the brain and how it functions. Dr.Versandal pinpoints this chemical state to be associated with a little part of the thyroid called the T1 mechanism. This is partly responsible for the electrical charge, so to speak, of the brain. When this goes onto the dimmer, anxiety sets in. There can be dyslectic patterns; there can be other adverse behavior patterns. Most often though as a low undertone for all these cases is a state of ongoing anxiety. There are few things which can disrupt your life more than anxiety. You can have pain, and still cope. But once you hit anxiety, you lose the ability to cope. Versandal pinpointed this, and through a company called Standard Process Laboratories, they developed a substance called ‘Min-Tran’.
We used bio-phonics to identify the stress patterns associated with the T1 deficiency. We started to research it in the clinic. We started to check people for it. For instance, there are certain body forms which are more prone to have a T1 deficiency then other forms, and we started to pinpoint them, and acquire case histories.
I can mention just one example we had in the clinic. A husband had lost his wife, his family, lost everything he owned, a well to do person from this area. He ended up sleeping in his car, basically. He came wandering in one day and we detected this. We put him on a high dose of Min-Tran, six tables in the morning, six in the evening, and in a matter of three months, he probably reversed his whole behavior pattern. In the matter of a couple of years now, he has completely rebuilt himself. He is back being a successful person again. He made peace with his family and started to see he aberrant behavior patterns he had that had been generated through anxiety trying to gain extreme control over his family, which had led him to his loss. We have seen some amazing things in situations like this. What is so good about this is if you take Min-Tran, you cannot only control anxiety, but many other emotional patterns tied in with it. It is amazing.
Interviewer: What does Min- Tran stand for?
Jelstrup: Min-Tran is a combination of kelp, sea minerals and alfalfa and a few other things made by Standard Process Laboratories. Very inexpensive. High dosage for one person would be less then $100 for a full year supply. It is also very healthy for the body. There are good things in it. We find certain people have a higher need for these certain supplements.
Now I believe if we researched this more, we could change the form and change the structure therefore changing the anxiety patterns. Although sometimes it is impossible there is always a possibility you might make the need for the supplement obsolete. However as a first-aid support which is also nutritious you most likely would eliminate things like Ritalin, and many other drugs, simply by common sense nutrition and high supplementation of a substance like Min-Tran.
For us, this has been a major discovery. Right now we are attracting these high anxiety ridden people as patients, like fleas on a dog. Simply because we have figured it out, so then they come in. It is like they sense there is a solution. The beauty of this is – the solution is simple. This has been an example again of the chemical part of the triangle.
Of course we deal quite a bit with nutrition but the over all picture is – we try to balance the triangle. We try to observe who we are dealing with, observe the needs of the person, balance the triangle every visit and every time we deal with this person, make sure the meningeal system is clear and in balance. I think this is basically it.
Interviewer: What will you be teaching in Denmark.?
Jelstrup: I will be teaching a course together with my colleague Jeanne Kreider and Bob Shane, a remarkable physicist. We will be teaching a comprehensive system of diagnosis based on the triangle concept and based on the work we are doing with bio-phonics. We are making it open to MD and other healthcare providers, like massage therapists, and nurses. As I said in the beginning we are dealing with basically two systems; emergency medicine and preventive care. This is basically where the division is. The more knowledge we have in preventive care, the more we are going to be able to influence how things are doing in the society at large in healthcare.