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 Re: Osteoporosis and Vitamin D3

Mon, 01 Sep 14 23:17:01 -0500

Posted by Larry (Fairfax, VA) on 09/01/2014

Mmsg, Thanks. I stand corrected. I meant to say Vit. D-3, not D-2 for incorporation with supplemental calcium. In general, it's very important for people to know that calcium supplements must be taken with certain other vitamins and minerals for proper bone health; otherwise calcification of the arteries may occur. - Larry

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 Re: How Should Coconut Oil be Used to Treat Cellulitis?

Mon, 01 Sep 14 23:14:44 -0500

Posted by Carla (Washington, DC) on 09/01/2014

Can you help me? My mom has cellulitis. Should she apply the coconut oil or take it orally. What about vitamin e oil?

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 Remedies Needed for Vertigo

Mon, 01 Sep 14 18:38:37 -0500

Posted by Dave (Fountain Inn, Sc) on 09/01/2014

Hello Freudian Slip;

Re your vertigo:

You report your history (aside from the Thyroid removal and prescription drug you take which I will discuss later)...you report the ear infection and herpes infection which your doctor told you could be contributing in a viral capacity to the vertigo. I'm reading a lot into what you said but it seems to be what was communicated.

Well, you have a viral infection in the ear causing the vertigo. My take on it anyway.

Solution is to kill the virus and I use Silver water or "colloidal silver"...and this can be purchased in most health food stores. If the virus has gone into the cerebellum in the back of the brain from the ear infection, that could be a more serious cause of balance problems than an ear infection impacting the inner ear.

Assuming the problem is inner ear, if me, I'd take ear syringe and gently squirt ear with CS. Two or three times a day. Chart changes in your balance. I'd try for a week to measure results.

If I really thought the infection had entered brain then there is a way to transport CS into the brain, but I'd assume the best and first I'd try the syringe method into ear. Maybe killing the virus (if that's what it is) will get the balance under control.

On the issue of the possible side effect of the drug you are taking, I couldn't find the drug as you spelled it, but there is a drug with a name close to your spelling and even though that drug had MANY side effects, I didn't see vertigo as one of them but I believe that many drug's side effects are not fully listed by manufacturers. So I wouldn't discount the possible side effect as vertigo...the drug might be adding to the problem of balance difficulty.

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 Re: Does This Turpentine Look Safe?

Mon, 01 Sep 14 17:36:25 -0500

Posted by Mama to Many (Tennessee) on 09/01/2014

Dear Bee,

I hear what you are saying! I often pretty hesitant to try something new with health and will have to read about it many, many times before I jump in to it, especially when it is labelled as something that is not to be ingested! I, too, have thought, “Turpentine? Are you crazy?” “Borax? Isn’t that poisonous?” etc.

But often the more I look in to it, the more sense it makes. The turpentine that Om mentions, the organic stuff made in GA, is distilled from pine rosin. It is a completely natural product. It reminds me of how my sons made maple syrup in the spring by tapping our maple trees and boiling off the water. They took a part from the tree and processed it and made a great and nutritious food! So, I bought some of the organic turpentine from Ga. It smells quite amazing. Very “piney.” But, true to my nature, it sat for months without me even trying it. I had no specific need for it, but just wanted it on hand to try when I got brave enough. I have used it topically a couple of times for joint pain. I am currently using it to worm my goats since nothing else natural or otherwise has worked. So far, so good.

Regarding Borax…it is a natural product mined from the earth, like salt.

Here is a quote I love:

“Poison is in everything, and no thing is without poison. The dosage makes it either a poison or a remedy.” ~ Paracelsus

Taking a ton of borax would be a bad idea, and so would taking a ton of salt. Likewise, lobelia is an amazing herb. But if too much is taken, it causes vomiting.

I believe that people are taking borax and turpentine in very small quantities, measured by drops or ¼ teaspoons. Drinking them in any large quantity would not seem wise.

Borax is sodium tetraborate decahydrate – or Na2B4O7 • 10H2O. Sounds rather scary, except, that when you break it down you get, Sodium, Boron, and H2O.

I am just beginning to use these two things myself, so I have no remedies or successes to share yet, but hope to at some point.

The hydrogen peroxide inhalation therapy sounded rather scary to me for a while. But then I realize you are dealing with hydrogen and oxygen. Things we already breathe. I have used it in a nebulizer recently with shocking success.

Anyway, some skepticism is wise, I think. It makes sense to read and study and ask questions. Thanks for asking valid and good questions. I will look forward to hearing some other thoughts on the matter!

~Mama to Many~

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 Re: Hair Loss, Dandruff and Itchy Scalp

Mon, 01 Sep 14 16:44:46 -0500

Posted by Nani (New York) on 09/01/2014

Thanks Aurora for sharing, I'll try doing that. Please let me know if you find any useful solutions.

Remedies Needed for Vertigo

Mon, 01 Sep 14 14:35:48 -0500

Posted by Freudianslip (New York, NY) on 09/01/2014

I have had vertigo for years, but didn't experience frequent attacks. A few months ago I had my thyroid removed and am taking Syntoriod. Since then, I have had 3 bouts of extreme dizziness, if not full vertigo 'spins'. I went to an ENT and the tests determined I have a vesticular imbalance in my left ear. I happen to have lost hearing in that ear a long long time ago due to infections. Because of that the ENT sent me for an MRI saying she couldn't diagnose my problem because of the dead nerve in that ear. I also have genital herpes, and a doc told me that can greatly affect you with more viral infections.

I cannot work with these dizzy attacks and like many of you have stated it feels debilitating.

I am seeing the ENT in a few days to see what her diagnosis is from the MRI. Initially, she told me I was having a migrane and gave me a drug called sumatriptan, which only helped moderately. Drinking water seems to help a bit. I notice these attacks always start when I wake up, but also, when I feel exhausted and run down upon going to sleep. I feel I can almost predict them.

I have been reading all the homeopathic solutions and feel a bit less overwhelmed.

Thank you all for your suggestions. Once I hear from the ENT I may try implementing the most suitable ones.

It's impossible to convey to someone who has not experienced the vertigo and dizziness how awful it feels.

peace

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 Re: Does This Turpentine Look Safe?

Mon, 01 Sep 14 14:32:56 -0500

Posted by Om (Hope, Bc Canada) on 09/01/2014

100% pure gum turpentine. This comes for Georgia, US. This is what I ordered and received. On their website you can see how this is won from cultured trees and shipped worldwide.

I used a questionable product before and even though I phoned the manufacturer, got a vague reply. With dire results.

The pure gum 100% product from Georgia, US, is the one to use. Look it up online.

Namaste, Om

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 Re: Does This Turpentine Look Safe?

Mon, 01 Sep 14 14:24:28 -0500

Posted by Bee (New York, US) on 09/01/2014

So you want to drink the turpentine.. Can someone please tell me the safety of this? I can't understand some of the natural remedies although I won't question them, but some days when I read them I cringe.. Like Borax , turpentine, are these things safe? does one drink them??

excuse my ignorance...

I do love EC though and thank you for the valuable info...

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 re: Questions on Using Turmeric and Cayenne Capsules

Mon, 01 Sep 14 14:19:13 -0500

Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 09/01/2014

Dear Elaine,

I think it is fine to take cayenne with turmeric...both are wonderful herbs. The recommendation to take pepper with turmeric is for black pepper, though. Black pepper has piperine in it, which is what increases the effectiveness of turmeric. Cayenne does not have that, at least as far as I can tell from my herb books. But turmeric and cayenne are still both great herbs. Cayenne is considered a catalyst, and for that reason may help turmeric work better, but not quite the same as the black pepper.

I think cayenne and turmeric are both great taken regularly, even if no specific need is present.

It is possible that putting the turmeric into the vegetable drink you make will mask the taste significantly. I was making myself a comfrey-cucumber drink daily with turmeric in it and I could barely detect the turmeric!

I understand your concern about the use of sunscreen. My family does not use it at all. I am quite convinced that sunshine is good for you. We are careful to avoid getting sunburns. Especially when the weather begins to turn warm, we are more careful with hats and protective clothing. But even so, my children all end up sun tanned by the end of summer. I even have two red-headed/fair skinned children that will tan quite nicely if their skin is allowed to acclimate to sunshine gradually each season.

It sounds like you are doing many things that will help your family to stay well--vegetable juice, healthy spices, sunshine and being active outdoors. I have read some that a poor diet makes one more likely to get skin cancers (and other cancers) than that actual sun exposure. An older relative of mine had many skin cancers over the years on his back, but he always wore a shirt! Of course, I do think it wise to be careful not to get sunburned.

If you come up with a yummy juice recipe that your children love (or perhaps at least tolerate well), be sure to share it here! :)

Have a great day!

~Mama to Many~

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 Re: Reishi Mushrooms and Vitamin C for ALS

Mon, 01 Sep 14 14:07:50 -0500

Posted by Medicineman (Harrisburg, PA) on 09/01/2014

To the doctor from Thailand...

What do you think about reishi mushroom?

Perhaps combined with high dose vitamin C, it could be a good anti-viral.

I know they've been shown to synergize with each other.

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 Re: Natural Treatments for ALS/Lou Gehrig's Disease

Mon, 01 Sep 14 14:01:05 -0500

Posted by Medicineman (Harrisburg, PA) on 09/01/2014

Coconut oil is fine. What you want is an overall healthy diet of real foods. No processed, no farmed fish. As wholesome and close to the land as possible. It should be a lifestyle.

The biggest contributor to mucus is dairy. Eliminating dairy from the diet, would be my first go-to.

Run with this iodine and vitamin C (and take a multi for safe measure)

You need to detox. Iodine will detox heavy metals and help get systems back online. Vitamin C acts as like a shuttle service for the iodine going in as well as the toxins going out.

My father died of als years ago and suffice it to say - you'll get nowhere with standard medical procedure. Rilutek is a joke.

ALS is caused by toxicity, stress and degredation of the stystems. All of which can be brought back to working order, I believe.

Dosage wise take 1-2 grams of vitamin C every 1-2 hours. Maybe stop closer to bed time as it can keep you up at night and rest is important.

Iodine you'll want to aim for around 1000 mcg. Gauge yourself at maybe half that or less. Iodine will produce detox effects that are flu like and depression.

If you're getting heavy detox symtoms just dial it back a while or take a day off.

Iodine is about the long game, it can take a year for it to do its work fully.

I like kelp as a source, because it's in its natural form with other companion nutrients that will help absorbtion. Sea weeds also have addictional detoxifying elements in them ontop of iodine.

But that's the gist of it. Health is a natural, organic process. It doesn't happen overnight and won't come from a pharmaceutical drug.

We come from nature and our road to wellness is a natural one.

Namaste', C

Questions on Microvascular Disease

Mon, 01 Sep 14 13:45:45 -0500

Posted by Faithful (Kentucky, US) on 09/01/2014

I don't see anything here about MVD [micro vascular disease] also referred to as SVD [small vessel disease]. I have been reading about it and wonder if anyone here has any insight to these little mentioned conditions. Thank you, FTJ

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 Re: Does This Turpentine Look Safe?

Mon, 01 Sep 14 10:58:32 -0500

Posted by Jack (Nongkhai, Thailand) on 09/01/2014

I'm very interested in pursuing a turpentine solution to my candida problems, which have haunted me for years. Now I'm living in NongKhai, northeast thailand, a very beautiful place, but also a very isolated one. In the last week I've searched all the hardware/painting stores within a 15 kilometre radius and the only turpentine I could fine is this bottle. In the second photo you'll notice the percentages written on the label, apparently white spirits is the 95% and turpentine is the 5%. What do you think, should I give this bottle a try? Might it be safe? Appreciate your help, Jack

Question on DMSO and Lower Back Pain

Mon, 01 Sep 14 10:47:27 -0500

Posted by Cfb933e2 (North America) on 09/01/2014

I have a question. I did some labour one day a week ago and think I may have over done it. I felt a pain in my lower back on the right side at the time and I thought to myself that I had done some kind of over exertion and hurt myself.

The pain in the lower back region began getting worse and worse and I could barely move to get out of bed after I lay down. I had to urinate into a bottle because of pain when I tried to move my hips off the bed.

I broke out into a sweat when I finally was able to stoop and thought I was going to pass out so I lay back down again.

Early this morning I had to get up out of bed because the urine bottle was full and I had terrible cramps in my legs so I thought to get some magnesium into my body.

I got to the chair where the DMSO gel container was on the desk and thought to try applying it to the lower back region. It was almost immeadiate that the pain was manageable for me to walk up stairs.

This pain does not feel like back pain of which I am familiar.

I can move my legs and arms just fine.

Borax for Loss of Smell and Chronic Sinus Issues

Mon, 01 Sep 14 10:45:15 -0500

Posted by Acorus (Boulder, Colorado) on 08/31/2014

[YEA]  20 mule team borax has had a profound effect, ie. restoring my olfactory senses back to almost 100% efficiency, both taste and smell, which I had lost almost completely for almost 6 years, beginning two weeks after my first (and last! ) root canal. I have suffered with chronic sinusitis/rhinitis symptoms ever since the root canal was performed. I am a senior chinese medical practitioner, and have been using acupuncture and herbs to very good effect, but still could not smell or taste much of anything. Tipped of by the mayo clinic website... that fully 80% of chronic sinus issues were demonstrated (by biopsy) to be fungus-related, I began reviewing natural anti-fungals, and since fungus lodged in the sinus cavity has no vascularity, and thus is immune from anything taken orally which makes it's way into the bloodstream, is why the heinous pharmaceutical anti-fungals such as dieflukan, etc are not effective. Hence, a topical approach makes much more sense. Borax is a quintessential anti-fungal par excellence!

This should come as no surprise, yet nobody I am aware of has simply put borax in their neti pot. I'm filling the neti pot with water, 1 full teaspoon borax + 1/4 teaspoon sea salt, and using it in each nostril, twice daily, to very very good effect. Borax is so cheap and so effective....the best single cure for sinus issues I am aware of, and can be done everyday!

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 re: Questions on Using Turmeric and Cayenne Capsules

Mon, 01 Sep 14 10:43:13 -0500

Posted by Elaine (Thailand) on 08/31/2014

Dear Mama to Many:

Thank you for replying to my question. Thankfully my family and I are in good health so I was looking at it as a preventative measure.

I have read about the benefits of taking turmeric and my Mum who is a regular reader of this wonderful site told me that to get the most benefits it is best to take it with pepper. Therefore also reading about the healing effects of cayenne I wondered if I could mix the two together ?

We live quite an active out door life and being in Thailand I worry about skin cancers etc. It's not always easy to make sure the children have enough sun protection and I worry about how harmful most sun creams are.

After reading about how tumeric can prevent and slow down cancers I wondered if this was something I could give my family daily? Would you recommend this even though we have no specific needs?

My children will drink a daily glass of fresh vegetable juice ( although sometimes bribery is necessary ), but it would be great to know what extra natural supplements I could give them to keep them healthy.

Thank you for recommending Dick Quinn's book, I will look out for it.

Hope you have a great day! Elaine

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 Re: Osteoporosis

Mon, 01 Sep 14 10:41:53 -0500

Posted by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 09/01/2014

Larry, from what I have read, the more useful Vitamin D is D3 (as opposed to D2). Or better yet, getting some sun!

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 Re: Salt Crystal Inhaler for Nasal Polyps

Mon, 01 Sep 14 10:41:00 -0500

Posted by Amanda (South Wales, UK) on 09/01/2014

UPDATE: I wanted to update you - I've carried on using the salt pipe and it's now 6 months on. It's been incredible, I can now smell everything about 80% of the time, and even when the smell fades for a day or 2, I can still taste 100% of the time!!!!! This treatment has been incredible, I can't recommend it enough. I noticed that when I caught a cold it only lasted about 5 days and never went to sinusitis like it usually would (and take about 3 weeks to recover from! ). I've been sleeping much better and generally feel great - what a fantastic relief! I still use my prescribed nasal spray as I noticed it does still help along with the salt pipe, but I'm hoping that I can eventually fade this out.

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 Re: Remedies Needed for Hemochromatosis (Iron Overload)

Mon, 01 Sep 14 10:37:07 -0500

Posted by Oscar (Syracuse, New York) on 09/01/2014

Dear Laurie from Houston, Texas: Many people here at this forum and other forums have had success using the food preservative BHT [ butylated hydroxytoluene ] as a treatment for hepatitis C in all of it`s variants. It [ BHT ] surely worked for me. The treatment is BHT in a dose of 250mg per day taken with a gulp of water on an empty stomach. If you tolerate that dosage well for a week go to taking two separate doses of 250mg of BHT per day. How much you weigh is important as to how much BHT you should use per day. People who weigh 125 pounds or less seem to do well with as little as 250mg of BHT per day. Those who weigh more should consider trying more. The two doses of 250mg of BHT per day. You have to find a dose you are comfortable with. If any adverse effects are experienced you can always lower the dosage of BHT used. Most but not all people tolerate the two doses of 250mg of BHT per day well taken in separate doses, one in the morning and one at night. The reason for separating the doses is because BHT is processed by the liver and you do not want to stress a compromised liver any more than needs be to treat a hepatitis infection. And from what you stated your liver is already seriously damaged. So for you extra caution is recommended. If you choose to try the BHT treatment keep it simple. By that I mean do NOT be using other supplements including milk thistle. There are other treatments discussed here in this forum.

Also: There some expensive but effective new drugs that just recently became available. Are you SURE you are NOT able to get help from the government ? Have you applied for Social Security disability ? This would make MEDICARE available to you. You live in HOUSTON. There must be a Social Security office in HOUSTON. Go there and find out what help is available for you. JUST DO THAT. Do you have a friend or relative that will help you ? If not just pay the cab fare and go by yourself. The people at Social Security are there to help you and you NEED help....Oscar

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