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Posted by Om (Hope, Bc Canada) on 09/19/2014

One morning I had a message from Google saying the new article in my e-mail might interest me. It showed an elderly lady with a nice cat in her arms in front of her house.

Since I am known as the cat lady in some places I thought it was about rescue. Oh no! I kept on reading about this lady and over three hundred readers replies.

This happened near Vancouver, BC and made the headlines that day. This lady was in her early eighties and had been diagnosed with advanced Als. I forget the terminology. She was an intellectual, so were her husband and acquaintances. She made it public that she would commit suicide not being able to face her destiny by dragging a mattress onto a scenic spot by her residence and take pills. She succeeded .

The gist of this is as I see it: She is not the only one and reading of the conditions in old age homes and that the body forgets even the most basic functions, is too much to handle. Thus her decision. Caregivers gave much account of the heinous effects of that condition .

Our medical community is making money out of this, but no cure. No public education either. No care, period.

When in the best years of life, stress and total ignorance as to the body's basic needs plus spiritual balance, when intellect is thought to be all that makes the man, disaster is in the offing. Some succumb early, others late.

Many of us know through EC the many steps that must be undertaken to prevent such disasters. We are making use of it and get educated. But is seems we are a civilization that sees no other option than suicide in view of the horrors awaiting even before old age. Most of the readers would have followed that old lady's decision and a tiny handful made mention of our creator. There is a serious gap existing and I personally put much of the blame at the present disease mongering system for profit. Please wake up and do your utmost to prevent such tragedies. Study EC and take your life into your own hands - nobody else can do it.

Namaste, Om

 Re: Turmeric for Cancer

Fri, 19 Sep 14 21:01:07 +0000

Posted by Tony (Tenn., US) on 09/19/2014

Hello again Tim. I just know taking the turmeric with the other substances to help with absorption did absolutely nothing for me.

It's nice to see some companies are trying to overcome the poor absorption rates for turmeric. I'm sure it s a great spice/supplement but my 6 month trial just flat out didn't help me.

Granted, I wasn't taking it to directly treat cancer but I did have it in my mind for cancer prevention. Thanks Tim for sharing your information & God Bless!

 Re: Uva Utis for Bladder Infection

Fri, 19 Sep 14 20:59:55 +0000

Posted by Nanowriter (Hotspot, Texas) on 09/19/2014

Since it doesn't seem to be responding to antibiotics, infection doesn't seem likely. The next likely cause may be prostate enlargement. Try taking zinc for your prostate.

Another possibility is take magnesium and potassium to help relax the pipes, so to speak.

Smoking also depletes your vit C. I t couldn't hurt to supplement that as well.

It's a good idea to do research on these so you have an idea as to dosages people take as well as side effects.

 Re: Lemon Juice and Olive Oil for Kidney Stones

Fri, 19 Sep 14 18:03:51 +0000

Posted by Mary (California) on 09/19/2014

Would love to know if Lin's husband passed his stone or did he need surgery? Thanks!

EDTA Chelation for Parasites (and more)

Fri, 19 Sep 14 16:22:02 +0000

Posted by Robert Henry (Ten Mile , Tn. ) on 09/18/2014

HI U GOOD FOLKS DOIN, , , , , , , , while doing my Alpha Lopic Acid IV yesterday , we had a great group in the room. I want you to get to know one fellow. I met him some years ago but have not seen him in three years. He owned 3 companies in China and has done well. His favorite food is Ball Park wieners and still is. He has not had EDTA Chelation in 3 years and is now 98 % plugged in 3 arteries. He tried a crash chelation program and it reduced his pluggage to 92 % but that was not fast enough for him.

He was there to get a H2O2 IV before his by pass operation which was this morning. Our doctor had prayer for him with the group. I think he will need it.

What our Chelation Doctor has told all is that you if you keep eating garbage , nothing will change and I know several in the group that have experienced this. Our body is like a computer........ Garbage in then garbage out.

I don't have good vibs for this fellow, but thought you might like an insight of what goes on behind closed doors.

This same fellow told us of a brain fungus he picked up in China. Our doctor cured it with his homeopathic treatments. A top manager for Mary Kay picked up a parasite overseas and Mayo nor any of the Top Dogs could solve her problem. A doctor in Ga told her to go to this Athens, Tn doctor now. She only had weeks to live. That was 6 months ago. I saw her yesterday and she looked great.

Won't get into the problems we saw in Atlanta from folks who just took a prescription drug. It was horrible and you would not believe it.

Parasites are our downfall and few people understand that. Hulda Clark did.


GABA Supplements and Stevia

Fri, 19 Sep 14 16:18:02 +0000

Posted by Annie (Europe) on 09/19/2014


I was hoping to purchase some GABA supplements. I remembered reading a piece on here by Bill which said that sweeteners are not good for nerves - I hope I am remembering accurately. Anyway, I was purchasing a GABA supplement, and it said it contains Stevia Leaf Extract, and I am wondering if this is similar to the sweetener. If so, I don't think I will purchase. Can anybody clear this up please.

Thank you.

Diabetics More Likely to Have Problems with Fungus Because of Sugars

Fri, 19 Sep 14 16:13:52 +0000

Posted by Joe K. (Bensalem, Pa) on 09/19/2014

Whenever I (a Type II diabetic) go off-track and eat some refined flour/sugar, the fungus (or candida family) feasts on the higher blood-sugar + goes wild! Usually in the intestine, where it can result in gas/diareha (I was diagnosed with diverticulitis, "untreatable", but using anti-candida natural cure ended it! ) So, it appears that overdoing the consumption of white flour (which is the same as sugar when it reaches your bloodstream) can feed those fungi + cause outbreak of jock rash too. Eliminating that "overgrowth" of candida in the gut is as simple as getting a product from your health-food store, which contains black walnut hull and other ingredients (which can differ by mfg, including oregano oil). My YEA is for the "Candida Clear" product. So, while I am not endorsing any 'cure' (although I use alcohol by instinct, and apply raw shea butter, a natural anti-fungal), this information is just a sort of 'preventative' beyond the usual locker-room warnings.

P.S. I agree with earlier post about avoiding powder with corn starch, it will feed the fungus!

 Uva Utis for Bladder Infection

Fri, 19 Sep 14 16:10:17 +0000

Posted by Prioris (FL, US) on 09/19/2014

Uva utis is a powerful herb that cures bladder infection. Cranberry is limited. Take 500 mg of uva utis twice a day. Take it with 8 oz of water mixed with one tsp of baking soda. It requires an alkaline environment to release the active ingredient. Do not take for more than a week. You could double dose first day.

 Re: Remedies Needed for Degenerative Disc Disease

Fri, 19 Sep 14 15:56:10 +0000

Posted by Prioris (Florida, US) on 09/19/2014

Search for my posts on bio cell ha. I cured my herniated disc in 6 weeks.

Your mum's spinal cord is depleted of nutrients.

Question on Treatment for Sebaceous Cyst

Fri, 19 Sep 14 15:45:14 +0000

Posted by Lorraine (Ireland) on 09/19/2014

Just wondering does any one know how long it takes a sebaceous cyst to burst using apple cider vinegar? It has been 13 days now; it is finally coming to a head but at this point the vinegar is stinging the crap out of me all day every day. Was also given stuff by herbalist to put on it; it contains calendula, golden seal,chamomile, myrhh, thyja and one other ingredient I can't read, and an antibiotic as well containing golden seal, Echinacea, blue flag and myrrh. Just wondering does any one know how long it will take the pus to all.come out and after that what's the total healing time coz the herbalist did say I will have a hole where the cyst is and the heal from the inside out. Any advice be greatly appreciated

Shea Butter for Blepharitis

Fri, 19 Sep 14 15:39:35 +0000

Posted by Candice (Mesquite, Texas) on 09/19/2014

[YEA]  I am the same Candice that commented on the baby shampoo/lotion cure for blepharitis a couple of years ago. I wish that I could say it was still a success, but sadly its not. A few months ago, out of the blue - an annoying little scaly patch revealed itself on one of my eyelids. I was in total shock! Of course, no amount of commercial moisturizers or cleansers could help my problem. For some reason, the baby products had run their course. I also suffer from eczema behind and around my ears. In an attempt to heal these two conditions and just be a healthier me - I eliminated all unnatural beauty and skin health products out of my routine.

I began using the oil cleansing method (look it up - it's awesome) to wash my face at night. I have a few different mixtures that I use. Mostly my cleansers are comprised of 20% cold-pressed castor oil to 80% other oil (I interchange almond oil, olive oil, avocado oil, jojoba oil, etc). Contrary to what you may think, this really cleanses the face well (the blackheads on my nose are no longer visible to me), but it didn't do anything for my blepharitis.

I then began experimenting with different moisturizers to use after oil-cleansing my face. I started with one type of oil like coconut or olive and while they were good for my overall facial skin - they weren't healing my dry patch which by this point had actually extended into the corner of my eye and was causing a painful little split in my skin (not fun! ). Then one day a friend gave me a moisturizer that she had made. She had whipped together (literally, in a bowl with a mixer) shea butter, coconut oil, and almond oil. The texture of this stuff is AMAZING. I actually even use it as my oil cleanser sometimes. For the first time I could tell that although the patch wasn't healing - it was being soothed. This was the first time I've ever used shea butter and because I'm insanely inquisitive - I decided to do some research. I found tons of info where people vouched that shea really helped many of their flaky, irritated, dry skin issues. I decided to give it a try and I am so glad that I did!! I got online and ordered 100% unrefined organic shea butter; grade A; ivory color. I was able to get 1 pound (16 ounces) of the stuff for $15.99 (and I got a free ebook with body butter recipes which is handy trying to go all natural). I began using the shea butter immediately. I didn't mix or whip it with anything else - just the pure shea! I used a spoon to scrape some off of the block (mine came in a 1lb bar) and then I rubbed it between my forefinger and thumb for a minute just to make it more malleable, then I massaged it into the scaly spot on my eyelid and all around my eye. I did this several times throughout the day. By the 4th day of my new routine with the shea - my blepharitis is gone again!!! The sore crack in the corner of my eye is completely healed and my eyelid looks normal again! I am so happy to have found something that works again and I hope this helps someone else find relief as well.

 Re: Blackstrap Molasses for Grey Hair

Fri, 19 Sep 14 15:34:37 +0000

Posted by Elena (Spain) on 09/19/2014

I started 2 weeks ago the BSM (1 tbsp) and my skin is better than ever, clean and smooth. I lost some weight too cause I have less water retention too and my pms has been wonderful this month. The problem ia that my hair started to fall ... Nobody experienced the same?!! I don't know if it will be only at first but I'm scared. Don't want to stop cause my skin but don't want to lose more hair!!

Remedies Needed for Degenerative Disc Disease

Fri, 19 Sep 14 15:32:42 +0000

Posted by Liz (Ireland) on 09/19/2014

Hi There

Any help would be so much appreciated.

My mum has a number of health conditions but recently has been diagnosed with Degenerative disc disease, she is in agony with her arm and back and can't sleep at night with the pain. Her knees are also starting to hurt her and her mobility is not the best. I love this site and always turn to natural remedies. I read that Hyaluronic acid has helped so many people with Degenerative disc disease so I ordered the powder form from Ebay from Ihealth. Im just wondering in teaspoon fulls how much would you need?? to mix with 11/2 teaspoons of sea salt? and how long would this last? My mum can be very forgetful and forgets her medication for her diabetes quite regular which has led to many a hospital trip due to her sugar levels been so high. I work in Holland and Barret and we stock Hyaluronic acid 20mg with 60mg vitamin c in tablet form a 30 day supply, how many of these would she need to take a day to notice a difference??

Thank you in advance for any advice.

 Re: Locating Blackstrap Molasses in Zambia

Fri, 19 Sep 14 15:29:15 +0000

Posted by Regina Bailey (Ndola) on 09/19/2014

Hi Kelvin, I bought some yesterday at Link Pharmacy at Kafubu Mall in Ndola. I will post my experiences with it!

 Re: Bill Munro's Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method for Emphysema

Fri, 19 Sep 14 15:21:01 +0000

Posted by Kathy (Oklahoma, US) on 09/19/2014

Erin, I am going to try the Bill Munro method for my breathing, how long did it take before you noticed a difference in your breathing? Thank you so much, I finally have some hope, so tired of getting out of breath just walking across the house.

Difficulty Urinating, Antibiotics and Remedies Not Working

Fri, 19 Sep 14 15:18:41 +0000

Posted by Zachcurrin (Hanford, Ca,) on 09/18/2014

I'm having trouble urinating. Feels like it gets better at times. Then it gets worse. It flucuates. Maybe its because I still smoke blunts. But was taking flomax. Not sure if its helping. Was drinking cranberry juice and azo. Seemed like it helped. But doc said stop using AZO. Gave me a prosititus antibiotic. Didn't do anything. Felt like the flomax might of helped a bit. When I drink enough water and I relax I can urinate. I can urinate in the middle of the night pretty good most of the time. This problem has been for about a month now. Just started taking ACV AND trying the AZO pills again with it. Also just changed up my diet. More fluid. Water, cranberry. Fruits, veggies. Salads. Minimal dressing (balsamic) not to often on dressing though. There is a slight burn when I urinate, not to bad. When I push, it is hard to urinate sometimes. Takes awhile to to relax for myself to start urinating. Sometimes get slight pains in my side. No nausea, no vomiting. No colds or chills or fevers.... WHAT CAN I DO?????

 Re: Eating Natural Fructose in Fruit

Fri, 19 Sep 14 15:09:44 +0000

Posted by Valerie (New Zealand) on 09/18/2014

RE: High fruit diets being a problem, I would study more about the differences between the fructose in fruit (which is accompanied by fiber) versus high fructose corn syrup which for the most part only comes added to junk food. Avoiding the latter yes... but avoiding fruit because it contains fructose is silly. Eat fruit in it's natural form with the fiber, and do not drink from a bottle. It's the healthy thing to do and I really recommend you see Chris Kressner's view on fructose in fruit before you rubbish it.

Where to Locate Chanca Piedra in the San Fernando Valley, CA?

Fri, 19 Sep 14 15:00:49 +0000

Posted by Chris (Valley Village, California) on 09/19/2014

I have been looking for Chanca Piedra, in the San Fernando Valley, Ca. Where can I find it?

 Questions Regarding Low Blood Sugar Remedies

Fri, 19 Sep 14 14:46:08 +0000

Posted by Robert (Wayne, Michigan, USA) on 09/18/2014

How much of each pill do you take?

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