Although the western medicine stamp ALS|MND as incurable if you look around and talk to people you will hear that it can happens (although really rarely) that the progression stops or even reverts totally. There is still a lot to know about ALS|MND. Because of all the above, people have been following alternative treatments to try to slow or cure it.
A good list can be found on ALS Untangled started by a neurologist who went on a quest of testing those alternative treatments with a team of neurologist and see how it does against criteria they have defined
Melatonin is an amphiphilic molecule with a unique spectrum of antioxidative effects not conveyed by classical antioxidants.
Seneca (ex Neuralstem) NSI-566 is under development as a potential treatment for ALS by providing cells designed to nurture and protect the patients’ remaining motor neurons
Acupuncture is the most well known aspect of Chinese Medicine where needles are pinned to defined points on the body.
Carnitine is a special type of amino acid found in human cells. It plays a key role in transporting fatty acids into mitochondria where they are used to make energy for cells
MitoQ is an antioxidant having the same active ingredient as coenzyme Q10. However MitoQ is more more potent than coq10 at protecting cells in culture from oxidative stress.
Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide and its precusor Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (NMN), Niacin (NA), Nicotinamide Riboside (NR)
Curcumin is a natural and liposoluble dye obtained from turmeric. It has neuroprotective effects and provides protection against OS, mitochondrial dysfunction, inflammation and protein aggregation.