Burning Red Scalp And Hair Loss - Help!
Tue, 21 May 13 13:53:15 -0500
Re: B12 Patches
Tue, 21 May 13 13:51:02 -0500
You are welcome. Tell me, is your wife using the highest strength patch. (5000 mcg) Make sure she is. I started out using the 1000 mcg and it went nowhere. Before I gave up I tried the 5000 and it made all the difference in the world. Tell her I have felt her pain and to not give up. Has she read the book "Could it be B12" by Sally Pacholok? It might interest her. God Bless!"
Black Bean Broth for Gout
Tue, 21 May 13 13:49:05 -0500
Re: Questions about Oil Pulling
Tue, 21 May 13 13:48:31 -0500
I have done it now for almost a year and loose teeth are firm again. Otherwise my teeth have whitened over time. Other benefits may be there as I have no other issues. Keep it up. Om"
Re: Coming Off Beta Blockers
Tue, 21 May 13 12:21:41 -0500
Questions about Oil Pulling
Tue, 21 May 13 12:19:46 -0500
Tue, 21 May 13 12:16:28 -0500
Re: Boron for Hot Flashes Stopped Working After 2 Months
Tue, 21 May 13 12:16:06 -0500
Re: Bill's Candida Diet Protocol
Tue, 21 May 13 08:56:15 -0500
In desperation I researched and found the candida diet. I've been trying anti candida recipes and they have been helping. I found your site and would like to try the protocol.
For the lime/lemon remedy, can I use mineral water with it? I found a mineral water recipe and will make my own. Should I carbonize the mineral water or is it fine as just filtered water? Thank you."
Re: Apple Cider Vinegar for Prostate Issues
Tue, 21 May 13 08:54:26 -0500
Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda Preventing Herpes Outbreaks
Tue, 21 May 13 08:53:44 -0500
Re: Boron for Osteoarthritis
Tue, 21 May 13 08:50:43 -0500
Re: B12 Patches
Tue, 21 May 13 08:48:02 -0500
Tue, 21 May 13 08:47:25 -0500
Re: Borax for Insomnia
Tue, 21 May 13 08:45:47 -0500
Oil Pulling, Black Turtle Beans, Soy Beans for Psoriasis
Mon, 20 May 13 22:55:50 -0500
Some background info: I'm 33 yrs old, female. I'm not on any supplement or medication. My weight is normal, my health has been good and never had any serious disease, except cold and flu once in a few year. I'm also a runner and did several marathons in the past. Quite a healthy eater to start with, low salt, no sugar, no MSG, no junk food or no fast food, no dairy product, eating meat once in awhile. Lots of salad and slightly cooked veggies, and fruits.
My skin had been flawless until 4 years ago. I got psoriasis on both cheeks 4 years ago due to skin infection (i spot treated some flat warts with tea tree oil and that burnt my skin) while I was going through a very stressful period of my life, ever since, I had tried many different approaches, internal and external remedies (including ACV and baking soda), the best they could do was to temporarily improve the condition, but once the treatments were stopped, it tended to come back. My condition was not very serious but my skin flaked like crazy and the patches turned red and burned every once in awhile, especially after running. I could only wish it was grown elsewhere instead of my face.
3 weeks ago, I have started using sesame oil (regular sesame oil from grocery store, not cold pressed and organic) for oil pulling (swishing oil in the mouth for 20mins and spit it out) every morning and before bed, also started to avoid high GI foods, quit rice and noodles, eating soy pulp and soy milk (homemade) made out of soaked soy beans and black turtle beans bough from the local markets in China as my staple. Occasionally I would have rolled oatmeal once a day. Just doing this out of curiosity and see what this change can bring to me, and hopefully it would make a difference to my skin. I started to notice the difference the next day. My skin was all cleared nice and supple at the first 3 days, then when I ran on the forth day on, it flaked, turned red, itched and burn, I thought it got worse but wanted to give it a bit more time. The flaky patches was a bit different than then the flare ups. It all flaked at the same time (evenly) and a few spots where I had warts also bulged out and turned red. After the big initial "flare up", I had also had a few flaky patches afterward, but can tell it's been significantly improved, the patches have been healed and lightened, some areas are all cleared up already. 90% healed by now. Skin completely regenerates itself every 28 days, and also depends on your age, the older you are, the longer it takes. I expect it would be all gone and healed, back to normal in two more weeks. I run almost everyday, 5K minimum, sometimes 15K. Personally, after running is the best time to examine the condition. No flare up now, lesser and lesser redness I can detect from my face. My skin is even and radiant now, I think I must had done something right.
Black turtle beans have very powerful anti oxidation and anti aging effects loaded with goodies, great for the skin. Same with soy, get the organically grown ones. I know there are tons of mixed opinions about soy drinks in US, but I believe the problems mainly come from the commercial manufacturing process and GMO. Asians have been eating lots of soy products and other beans. Personally I see no reason of quitting it.
How I make soy drink: I grab a handful of black turtle beans and soy beans individually, soak them overnight, drain the water and wash it slightly, before pouring into a soy drink maker. I do it twice, I put half of the beans and add 1.8 liter of hot boiled water, the machine grinds and cooks the beans, all done in 20 mins. Filter the pulp with a cotton bag that I sewed. Eat the pulp 3 times a day, drink soy milk throughout the day. Slightly lesser than 3.6 liters, that can last me for two days.
The benefits of oil pulling are many, you might want to check it out. Possibly, the cold pressed organic extra virgin sesame oil would work out best, but I'm happy with the roasted sesame oil, it does the job well.
I'm not a naturopathic doctor, or a TCM doctor, I don't know why it works, or maybe it only works to me, but I really think I must have done something right, and I hope this would help you too!"
Re: Ayurvedic Herb Ashwagandha for Stress
Mon, 20 May 13 22:53:26 -0500
Re: Apple Cider Vinegar for Prostate Issues
Mon, 20 May 13 22:52:25 -0500
Osteoporosis - Response to Bill
Mon, 20 May 13 22:51:50 -0500
Supplements Helped Mother with Severe Osteoporosis
Mon, 20 May 13 22:50:49 -0500
Magnesium for Arrhythmia
Mon, 20 May 13 22:49:35 -0500
Boron for Hot Flashes Stopped Working After 2 Months
Mon, 20 May 13 22:47:29 -0500
I'm reluctant to increase the dosage as I've read that high doses can actually worsen hot flashes."
Re: Borax for Insomnia
Mon, 20 May 13 22:46:09 -0500
After the first 10 days, my response switched from bright and wide-awake to extremely sleepy. My guess is that I was having a healing crisis response, but one afternoon, I literally fell asleep standing up. Had a split-second to grab the armchair and fall down into it, instead of somewhere else. Scared the heck out of my cats, who were in the chair until I fell there, and also scared me, too. Fainting is different -- used to faint as a teen into my 20s. This was definitely falling asleep. Over the next week I asked a friend to be my 'contact buddy' and we spoke 2-3x daily, to make sure no other sudden surprises went unnoticed.
At some point we figured out that I should only take the borax at bedtime. Maybe it would be different if I sipped a pint or so that had a teaspoon in it... But for now, all's good. I do feel more energized during the daytime, as well. Interesting nutrient.
Debating whether to boost my intake, and not sure if I feel like experimenting with another daytime dose. My body feels like it wants more.
To Carmela from Cambridge, happy my idea helped!
To Leelannee from Sussex, NJ... I love your town! Those stone sidewalks, and all the old colonial buildings, plus so close to great parks and forests. I've had the same experience as you have if I miss even one dose (= bad night)."
Re: B12 Patches
Mon, 20 May 13 22:45:19 -0500
Re: Can't Get Rid of Nasal Polyps
Mon, 20 May 13 19:16:35 -0500
I suffered for many years (10+) with nasal polyps and chronic sinus infections. I had other health issues but this was one that was chronic and annoying! What helped me the most was 1) going gluten free/dairy free and 2) taking a good non-dairy pro-biotic and NAC 600mg ( N-acetyl cysteine). I haven't had a sinus infection since 2008 and I rarely get sick with colds/flu and I no longer have allergies... I know this may seem extreme but it is worth it. Hope this offers some hope!
Re: Itchy Skin
Mon, 20 May 13 19:16:10 -0500
I had crazy itching for years, it felt like biting, itching burning and I felt total exhaustion. My MD had no answers I went an ND and I had low thyroid even though my thyroid test looked normal on the tests I had symptoms that all pointed to hypothyroidism ... I needed iodine, Lugols and Solid Hawthorne extract is what I take, I also had low ferritin when both of those issues were addressed I felt fine. But it took years and many doctors to get to this answer!"
Re: Can't Get Rid of Nasal Polyps
Mon, 20 May 13 17:13:24 -0500
Re: Where to Find B12 Patches
Mon, 20 May 13 17:12:49 -0500
Re: Red Yeast Rice for High Cholesterol
Mon, 20 May 13 17:11:12 -0500
Trillions of dollars are spent on cholesterol lowering drugs (statins) and heart disease is still the leading cause of death. What is wrong with this picture?"
Re: Streches and Exercising Helping Vulvodynia
Mon, 20 May 13 13:14:16 -0500
Re: Apple Cider Vinegar Causing Side Effects
Mon, 20 May 13 13:13:38 -0500
Re: Advanced Stage Hepatitis B
Mon, 20 May 13 13:13:05 -0500
BHT (butylated hydroxy toluene) 350mg once a day proven to kill all lipid coated viruses. Chanca Piedra 500mg once a day with food at fifferent times. B12 5,000mcg sublingual, Vitamin D3
The thing is knowing what not to take like grape fruit juice, and milk thistle blocks these compounds and vitamin E helps the virus to replicate.
Re: L-Lysine for Hep C - Update
Mon, 20 May 13 13:12:29 -0500
I take BHT 350mg per day Chanca Piedra, B12 5, 000 mcg sublingual, B12 1,000 mcg time released and Vitamin D3. My liver functions have come down to the normal range from over 200 ALT. I have Hep C and never felt better. I am suspecting a cure very soon with this treatment and I have the numbers to prove it as opposed to speculation by how you feel.
Also it is beneficial to know what not to take like grape fruit juice, milk thistle, and Vitamin E which has been found in tests to help the hep c virus to duplicate.
Magnesium for Getting Back to Sleep At Night
Mon, 20 May 13 13:11:37 -0500
I tried Epsom salt foot bath a few nights ago (1 cup of ES in hot water and soaked my feet for an hour) and it relaxed me somewhat, but I didn't get the same deep state of relaxation the internal magnesium provides. I will next try magnesium chloride oil foot baths and report back. Hope this helps someone."
Re: Borax Suggested for Insomnia
Mon, 20 May 13 13:10:04 -0500
Re: Borax Suggested for Insomnia
Mon, 20 May 13 13:09:18 -0500
Re: Help Requested for Sore Mouth and Metallic Taste
Mon, 20 May 13 13:08:49 -0500
Chinese Herbs to Treat Hormones, Blocked Fallopian Tubes and Fibroids
Mon, 20 May 13 13:07:55 -0500
Re: Wondering What Foods to Avoid with Trigger Finger
Mon, 20 May 13 10:33:47 -0500
With no water cushioning the joints, they would get sticky and very painful. Try a multi vitamin and multi mineral supplement and drink water half an hour before eating."
Can't Get Rid of Nasal Polyps
Mon, 20 May 13 10:33:03 -0500
Help Requested for Sore Mouth and Metallic Taste
Mon, 20 May 13 10:28:11 -0500
I have been to dentist to see if it's my amalgam fillings but he says they're fine. My go thinks it my be my medication, my psychiatrist says it's my anxiety, panic I've suffered with for over 30 years on and off and never had this before ever.
Question is, what can I do??? Is there something I can try to neutralize my mouth/body?? Anything as the last thing I want to do is mess/change my medication unless necessary after trying something else."
Re: Eye Flashes
Mon, 20 May 13 10:25:55 -0500
Streches and Exercising Helping Vulvodynia
Mon, 20 May 13 09:36:55 -0500
Just wanted to write and say that I too have had almost complete success in treating vulvodynia. Sorry, this is a very very long post... But please take the time to read it, it might help you!! After 3 years of hell I have found a way of managing my pain, and learned a lot about my body in the process. I know how awful the condition is, and really want to help:
I had been suffering from provoked vulvodynia for three years, since age 17. It was ruining my life. I had pain-free sex for a year prior to this, and then after a minor back accident I started experiencing symptoms of nerve damage, such as spasming down my left leg and muscle contractions. Eventually this manifested itself into excrutiating vaginal and clitoral pain, and about a year after the vaginal pain began I started getting stinging bladder pain every time I urinated, which gradually got worse and worse. I would also be in pain at least three days after attempting to have sex - it would feel like I had been kicked repeatedly in the abdomen. I think because of my age doctors were even more reluctant to admit that I had a problem - I was told on many occassions that the pain was all in my head and that 'I just needed to have more sex'. Over the course of those three years I sunk into quite a depression, and was no longer confident about my sexuality. I viewed all men as predators, and was not able to experience the kind of life most of my friends were experiencing. University was horrible because I felt like I was the odd one out, who was in too much pain to date boys. And I used to internalise my pain as if it were a huge dark secret... I was too embarrassed to tell anybody, except a few close friends back home, and my mum. I was very lucky to have my mum's support - I would urge anybody who has this condition to speak to someone close about it, because it is too much of a burden to carry around on your own. There were times when I felt utterly hopeless and lonely and considered taking my own life - I don't know what I would have done without support from the people around me.
Anyway, I tried all the usual things... Estrogen cream, amitryptaline, gabapentin, acupuncture, a low oxalate diet etc. Nothing worked. I decided to see a chiropractor who specialised in pelvic pain that I had come across online, and she told me that my pelvis was severely misaligned, (due to my posture, my skeletal structure from birth and the minor back accident I had) and that this was probably affecting a nerve that supplied my genitals. She also suggested that I might have a tight piriformis muscle, which is the muscle that the pudendal (genital) nerve runs through - and this might be damaging the nerve. My left foot stuck out to one side when I was lying down, and this suggested piriformis syndrome. I had quite a few (expensive) sessions with her, but every week my pelvis would slip back into its old misaligned position because my core muscles were not strong enough to hold it in place, and the harsh chiropractic technique seemed to aggravate the nerve rather than help it - I was having bad flare-ups where my muscles would spasm a lot and pain would shoot down from my lower back into my left hip, down to my knee, my big toe... The sexual pain did not improve either - it was still literally extrutiating to attempt sex or any kind of sexual contact, and unfortunately I had no understanding partner who I could practice with -not many boys in their late teens would stick around with someone with my issues, I thought. If I got interest from a boy I would always push them away, and completely ignore my own feelings in the process. Sex became so scary and I not only worried about pain but also my own inexperience from all that time I was forced to be celebate.
After much pursuasion and a long time to-ing and fro-ing from surgery to hospital clinic I managed to convince a reluctant dermatologist ( - who told me that she had been seeing women with my condition for 40 yrs, and had not managed to cure one of them - she also told me that my pain was 'probably all psychological' -) to refer me to a neurologist. The neurologist carried out an EMG test on my back and yes - I did have a trapped nerve in the lumbar region of my spine. The neurologist said that this nerve could also be affecting the nerve that supplies the genitals, the pudendal nerve - so I am due for another EMG to find out if this is the case in about a weeks time.
Six weeks ago, despairing because my pain was still very bad and I had tried and failed at everything the doctors had suggested, I went to see a physical therapist. The man I see broke his back in a motorbike accident in his twenties and was told by doctors he would never walk again. He is now in his fifties and super fit. He trains many people and has a great knowledge of the human body.
I told him my symptoms and he agreed that a tight piriformis muscle might be constricting the pudendal nerve. After doing some stretches she identified that I did indeed have piriformis syndrome. Over the last six weeks he has been giving me a course of exercises to stretch out the piriformis muscle and realign my crooked pelvis, and I do stretches similar to those described in Amy Stein's book (I do have a copy of the book, but I think it was very important for me to be told exactly how to do these stretches properly, so as not to do more damage than good - I am also very lazy and it helps me to stay motivated seeing a personal trainer once a week. I think also, each body is different, and it is important to tailor your regime to suit your needs) and in that short time, I have completely eliminated my muscle spasms, I no longer have back pain that radiates into my leg and foot, and my bladder pain has disappeared. My vulval pain, that was at an 8.5 - 9 out of ten, is now at a 1 - 2. I am hoping this will continue to get better - I am also trying meditation in order to dispell any anticipated pain that my brain might be holding on to. Seeing a physical therapist is quite expensive but 100% worth it. Once I learn to do these exercises properly and integrate them into my daily regime, I will have them for life, and will no longer need to see the therapist.
In order to maintain this pain free life I have to do the stretches and exercises for at least half an hour every day. In modern life we are forced to sit at desks and slump in chairs a lot and this is so bad for our posture - it is amazing what stretching out the core muscles can do. Through exercise I have effectively cured my tight muscles and piriformis syndrome which were pressing down on a nerve. It is important that we have strong supportive core muscles before we can work on the superficial muscles, because it is the ones deep down that stabalize everything and make sure we do not get musculo-skeletal problems.
Having to deal with vulvodynia has completely changed me as a person. In a warped way it has actually benefitted me in that I was forced to examine myself as a person rather than just a sexual object - I used to play on my sexuality a lot, and having this condition has really taught me to not rely on these assets, and instead develop a strong character and personality that makes me valuable for more than just my physicality. Sorry if this sounds cheesy, and I'm not trying to peddle dime-store feminism or anything, but it's true! I couldn't rely on male attention for my self esteem anymore so I had to find it elsewhere, through developing hobbies and exploring more Buddhist ideas and accepting the bad things that happened to me. I have also got more male friends now, because I have been able to develop strong friendships without any sexual agenda. I am starting to speak up about my condition. I have told two close male friends and both have been sympathetic, and not treated me any differently. Any man that is seriously going to judge you for this is not worth your time of day.
For those of you in England, the Vulval Pain Society puts on some very inspiring talks about managing pain. I was so nervous about going to a talk but it made me feel optimistic. Many of the speakers are women who have managed to cure themselves though things like hypnosis and meditation. David Nunns, the head of VPS, also speaks, and gives a lot of valuable information about how to navigate the heath system with a condition that a lot of so-called 'health professionals' are completely ignorant about. The best thing about the day was meeting many women and their partners with the same issues as me. Vulvodynia is a very isolating condition and it is so comforting but also saddening to know that I am not alone, and there are many other women experiencing the same things as me. There were women of all ages at the talk - at least five women were in their early twenties like me, which was reassuring.
The last thing I will say is that I know from experience that the worst thing to do when you are feeling depressed about this awful condition is spend hours trawling the internet reading about people's experiences - most people that post online about this choose to be negative, sadly. This is not beneficial for the person writing the negative post, or the person reading it. I think as we are all going through this together we have a responsibility to try and offer helpful and encouraging advice to each other.
In the next few weeks I am going to try a method for neuropathy called Body Stress Release. It is supposed to be beneficial for vulvodynia - you can find out about it online. The pudendal neuralgia EMG test is very scary and invasive but hopefully it will give me even more answers when I have it. I wish you all the best of luck and hope that many of you will turn to exercise as a means of curing your pain. Thank you for reading this! There is always hope for the future no matter how desolate things seem now."
Re: Red Yeast Rice for High Cholesterol
Mon, 20 May 13 09:34:04 -0500
Re: Remedies for Insomnia
Mon, 20 May 13 09:33:41 -0500
Massage and Ice Cured Ganglion Cyst
Mon, 20 May 13 09:32:56 -0500
Tinea Versicolor Remedies Helping
Mon, 20 May 13 09:30:10 -0500
Re: Noni Juice for Heartburn
Mon, 20 May 13 09:28:44 -0500
Mon, 20 May 13 09:27:47 -0500
Diatomaceous Earth Helping Pain and Loss of Energy
Mon, 20 May 13 09:27:06 -0500
Re: Remedies Requested for Gout, Anemia and Fibroids
Mon, 20 May 13 09:24:50 -0500
Locating BHT in Bangkok
Mon, 20 May 13 09:24:04 -0500
Re: Eye Flashes
Mon, 20 May 13 09:21:00 -0500
Mon, 20 May 13 09:20:29 -0500
CoQ10 for Cramping
Mon, 20 May 13 09:16:16 -0500
Just wanted to add my favorite cramping remedy: Co-Q10. One capsule daily seems to stop all cramping, within an hour or less, from when taken. I happen to like one brand, Qunol Ultra CoQ10, best. It's very effective, works fast, and isn't expensive compared to most CoQ10 available (sorry to mention a Brand but it's a totally better product IMHO). Hoping you are already experiencing relief!"
Re: Eye Flashes
Sun, 19 May 13 22:49:47 -0500
Borax Suggested for Insomnia
Sun, 19 May 13 22:38:36 -0500
I also have opposite reactions to pharmacy drugs, OTC & Rx. Three things have helped me ENORMOUSLY, and all of them don't seem to be mentioned in this thread: http://www.earthclinic.com/CURES/insomnia6.html#MR_100360
First, taking a nightly capsule of organic borage oil, regular dose, an hour before bed got me deeply asleep, deeply dreaming, and very calm/confident-feeling the next day. It does take about 3 weeks for most people to have results, although I seem to recall it was more like 10 days for me. After a while I ran out and forgot to take it, only remembered while reading here.
Next, I got an inversion table. You can set it so that you start with a relatively low angle of inversion, by tying the strap underneath--say, 20-30 degrees for at least 10 minutes. That feels like plenty to me. If your heart is lower than your feet by 17 degrees, apparently the lymph glands release and clear. Other benefits I've noticed: practically no asthma, NO INSOMNIA, back pain decreased and overall well-being increased. Not to mention, better circulation.
However I am forgetful so the latest thing I take is borax. This is actually covered in depth at http://educate-yourself.org/cn/boraxconspiracy03jul12.shtml.
In my case, I was looking for help with my out-of-control restless legs syndrome, which, on the first day, diminished almost to nothing (now my Requip prescription of. 25 mg is more than sufficient, where before even 1mg spaced throughout the day barely controlled it. ).
Now I take the borax right before sleep, and I sleep deeply and w/o interruption for 8plus hrs. And I wake up feeling crisp! Also my asthma, which had me audibly wheezing prior to the borax, is slowly disappearing. It's also a fabulous detoxer, and is anti-microbial and perhaps also alkalining too.
At first I took the Borax in the morning, but after 3 weeks, it started to make me very sleepy so I switched to bedtime. It's very fast-acting--one minute I'm lying in bed wide awake, wondering when it's going to start knocking me out, and the next minute, I'm so deeply asleep I haven't even noticed I was getting sleepy, it's so immediate a response.
My friends who are also taking borax find that they have more energy. I MAY be feeling more energetic, but the stuff still knocks me out, so experiment on a laid-back, no-driving-etc-day to see how it affects you.
The other reason I was taking borax is that it balances the whole body's hormone, endocrine, and glandular system over time. I've been taking it now for at least 3 months. I've increased my dose to a tablespoon (from a teaspoon). Just last week it seemed to me that my post-menopausal dryness was no longer an issue. I intend to continue taking this forever.
Oh yes, another borax good result: my neighbor, 70 yrs old, fell off a horse and broke 2 ribs. Since he won't go to doctors, I gave him some borax. He says his ribs healed fast, and with much less pain than the other times they have broken.
Dosing excerpts from midway through the link at beginning of this post:
Firstly, dissolve a lightly rounded teaspoonful (5-6 grams) of borax in 1 litre of good quality water* free of chlorine and fluoride. This is your concentrated solution. Keep the bottle out of reach of small children. (* I''m using distilled water)
Standard dose = 1 teaspoon (5 ml) of concentrate. This has 25 to 30 mg of borax and provides about 3 mg of boron. Take 1 dose per day mixed with drink or food. If that feels right then take a second dose with another meal. If there is no specific health problem or as a maintenance dose you may continue indefinitely with 1 or 2 doses daily. "
(elsewhere in my reading people taking the borax-in-water cure seem to take it for 5 days, stop for 2, then start again for 5 days, off for 2 days, and so on. )
"If you do have a problem, such as arthritis, osteoporosis and related conditions, menopause, stiffness due to advancing years, and also to improve low sex hormone production, increase intake to 3 or more spaced-out standard doses for several months or longer until you feel that your problem has sufficiently improved. Then drop back to 1 or 2 doses per day."
BTW... Trazodone HCL does work for my insomnia. At first I had to double-dose but now I can take 1/4 pill and that will also knock me out.... But why bother when borax is much safer and helps with so many cures.
Last I would like to thank Joy and Everyone about mentioning the water cure. I think adding the right salt will help w my frequent urination, thirst, and allergies. Had forgotten that histamine is a dehydration response. Beginning to wonder if I was developing diabetes. Would diabetes show up in a hair sample?
EC: Dear Precisely, we have cross-posted this feedback to the borax page under the table of contents title "Borax Dosages". Thank you!
Topical Acidophilus for Nail Fungus
Sun, 19 May 13 22:35:55 -0500
Re: Remedies Requested for Gout, Anemia and Fibroids
Sun, 19 May 13 22:35:20 -0500
Re: Eye Flashes
Sun, 19 May 13 22:33:56 -0500
Sun, 19 May 13 22:33:29 -0500
Re: DMSO for Pain Relief
Sun, 19 May 13 22:32:51 -0500
Questions About Borax and Peroxide for Skin Issues
Sun, 19 May 13 22:29:39 -0500
I have mixed a liter of spring water with 1/4 teaspoon of borax, and a capful of peroxide, I drank on this all day yesterday and then today added 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda. I did this to drink on all day. I don't know if this is correct since I later saw this was after meals.
I have lots of black places that look like freckles that have came up and I know age brings some of this but I see black specks in the tub. Lots of burning skin so bad I have tried to commit sucide three times and was put in the mental hospital. I can't take this skin burning and also my eyes are full of thick stuff. If I use anything on my face like even water I get a lather like it has soap on it this has gone on for over three years.
I have lost almost all hope. I did use all the things I have on hand in the house like the lavender and mixed it with too much vodka at first, it did help with the pain. I saw the mixture for skin and used it all day but got to dried out and had to stop the second day. It has been hard to even wear clothes that touched my skin. I need to keep it simple so help with cleaning is something I need to know.
This is urgent for me since I don't feel there is anything left. I have xylitol and wondered about using it with the chocolate to make something tasty. Or can I mix a vodka drink to make it a little stronger for pain?
David's Heart Health Protocol
Sun, 19 May 13 22:24:16 -0500
The "whole foods" theory that emerged in the 1950s was that the wave of heart disease which began rapidly accelerating after the Second World War came about because of the refining of flour, especially wheat, in order to give it shelf life. That theory was that the natural vitamin E was being milled out of the wheat and all the grains to provide shelf life. So the germ of the wheat was removed giving us white flour in loaf bread without any of the "germ"; the processed food revolution was on. Of course, refining grains has been an ongoing process especially where the "elite" preferred the lighter flour to the courser flour for thousands of years. The difference was that there was a wholesale movement to refining flour in most of the western countries in the last 50 years. Butter, was also replaced by hydrogenated oil which was another factor that damaged the arteries. As the arteries were damages there was no E circulating to stop the oxydizing process which produced blockages. Also without the E, oxygen was not being transported properly to the muscles (heart/legs) endangering the essential ability to function.
The first medical doctors who asserted the causation of heart and circulatory diseases was this refining of flour were the Canadian Medical Doctors, brothers, the Shutes. They made the assertion that the refinging of flour was depleting the basic source of E out of the bread and in time that depletion which was central to circulatory and heart health was causing a sharp increase in disease. So they propelled the consumption of supplimental E (natural and not synthetic). And of course, consume as much whole grain as you can versus eating refined white refined foods. Most all E comes from our breads.
My formula is:
1, 000 iu daily of d alpha tocopherol... Vitamin E (work your way up to the 1, 000 slowly, starting with 200 iu and in a month increase to 400 and next month another 200 etc till you get to 1, 000. I have been on this for more than 30 years. I do not take even one prescription drug. There are over 20 benefits from natural E... PLEASE... Natural Vitamin E... D alpha tocopherol and not dl alpha tocopherol which is synthetic. Vit E is a blood thinner when inside the body but helps with clotting when exposed to the air. So if one is on blood thinner, gradually reduce as you increase the E. Asprin is a blood thinner when you use daily, so cut down on the asprin as the E is being used.
- 500 mg of the herb hawthorne
- 500 mg of CoQ 10
- 1,000 mg of Arginine
- 500 mg of magnesium (and with that you can consume sea salt)
- 1,000 mg of assorted amino acids daily (giving even more arginine)
- a good mineral suppliment
- 500 mg of Calcium AEP (AEP is a wonder worder... This is NOT merely calcium)
- 2 garlic capsules daily (or one live clove daily)
To research each of these simply google search the term and add "benefits" and you will find lots of information. Also this formula helps with circulation problems. Circulation in the legs for instance is helped by using this formula."
Re: Okra for Kidney Issues
Sun, 19 May 13 22:21:38 -0500
Rutin Cured Hemorrhoids
Sun, 19 May 13 22:20:54 -0500
Then I tried the ACV bath suggestion here. Only once but no dice.
Lastly, I tried Rutin. Was difficult to find but worth it. I couldn't get it on its own but 400mg of Rutin mixed with 500mg Quercetin, 125Mg Bromelain and 50Mg Ascorbic Acid. Also took it with vitamin B6 as suggested.
Worked within 2 days - complete discomfort gone. Two weeks later now and no reoccurrence.
Thanks Earth Clinic! This is the fourth brilliant discovery I've made here for me, my family and friends."
Constipation in Children and Infants
Sun, 19 May 13 22:19:32 -0500
Niacin for Depression
Sun, 19 May 13 22:17:04 -0500
Re: Sharing Kefir Grains
Sun, 19 May 13 22:14:32 -0500
Re: Acetyl L-Carnitine for Depression
Sun, 19 May 13 22:14:14 -0500
Coconut Oil and Other Remedies for Mono
Sun, 19 May 13 22:12:52 -0500
For the people who aren't quite sure about the coconut oil- coconut oil is very beneficial. I found an e-book on amazon about the many benefits of coconut oil. I personally use coconut oil to grease my cooking pans. Especially, when I make eggs. You can't even taste it when your food is done. You can brush your teeth with it. You can also rinse your mouth with it after brushing. I read that helps to whiten your teeth. I saw a recipe online to make your own deoderant using coconut oil. I've also been told many times to eat it when I am sick. So it is a very beneficial item! :)
Lastly, I pray that every one of you who has been touched with Mono gets better quickly!! This is one illness that is extremely painful and not fun to have!! Be well all!! :)"
Re: Ulcerative Colitis
Sun, 19 May 13 22:10:44 -0500
I do still believe though that it was caused by an infections in that not so clean environment, while I was very clean before living there, eating only home cooked meals, exercising regularla and being very athletic. Since then I have lost all my health and body. But I also guess my diet helped getting me colitis by that time. I was heavy on eggs (more than 5 a day, sometimes I ate 10), milk of around one liter per day and also cheeses (usually white). What do you think? I know that stool and blood test can have mistakes, but can they have the same mistake over and over again? I did 3 tests already this year and 3 times any parasite or bacteria came negative."
Re: Dietary Changes for Keratosis Pilaris
Sun, 19 May 13 22:09:08 -0500
Coconut Oil for Bullous Pemphigoid
Sun, 19 May 13 22:08:31 -0500
Fresh Okra for Kidney Issues
Sun, 19 May 13 17:34:51 -0500
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