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 Re: Seeking Remedies for T10 Disc Herniation

Tue, 30 Jun 15 08:44:40 -0500
Posted by Robert Henry (Ten Mile , Tn. ) on 06/29/2015

HI U LEE, , , , , , , , , , , read up on Prolozone, which is really just a shot of Ozone. Go into this sites archives and make a decision. I can find you a doctor if this is the way you want to go.

My experience is that if you have a chiropractor that knows his ass from 1st base then he can pull the disc back in. Been down this trail a couple of times.

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What Exercises Strengthen Knees?

Mon, 29 Jun 15 18:57:29 -0500
Posted by Namaw (Al) on 06/29/2015

I made a sudden turn and hurt my knee. On the inside of my leg, like it extended or bent inward instead of front to back. It's not constant pain, only when you least expect it. I have limited my walking to a leisurely stroll, anything more and it really hurts. I wear an elastic brace on it when I can (can't to work w/ hose). Any exercises I can do to strengthen it? Not enough pain to need pain remedy, but I would like to get it back to where it was. Thanks.

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 Re: Honey Added to Apple Cider Vinegar for Calcium Deposits

Mon, 29 Jun 15 18:55:20 -0500
Posted by Niamh (Kingston Upon Thames) on 06/29/2015

Use agave nectar instead!!

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 Re: New Gardening Update by ORH

Mon, 29 Jun 15 18:50:51 -0500
Posted by Jean (East Tn) on 06/29/2015

[YEA]  Nice! Good work Mr. ORH.

Seeking Remedies for T10 Disc Herniation

Mon, 29 Jun 15 18:50:17 -0500
Posted by Lee A. (Chardon, Ohio) on 06/29/2015

I have a T10 herniation, the pain management doctor had me do 8 physical therapy sessions with traction on a DRX machine in hopes to pull the herniation back in. Well it didn't work, I am not in horrible pain on a daily basis but it hurts nonetheless. Everything I see and read about it for the Lumbar or neck herniation but nothing for the thoracic herniation? HELP!!

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 Re: Restorative Yoga with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome

Mon, 29 Jun 15 18:48:27 -0500
Posted by Suzannah (St. Louis, Mo) on 06/29/2015

I agree with Terry about not stretching past your limit. Sometimes it's really hard to know WHERE that limit is. I am hypermobile, and I did power yoga for two years until I tore some tendons in my hip from over-stretching. It happened VERY SLOWLY, micro-tears in the tendons each session that built up into a huge problem. Be safe! :)

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 Re: Painful Anal Fissure

Mon, 29 Jun 15 18:47:56 -0500
Posted by Dr Howard (Torrance, CA) on 06/29/2015

Calcium fluoride 30X as the anus is weakened from lack of elasticity thus it protrudes. Silica 12X from strength and tone. Both work well together.

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 Re: Seeking Measurements for Food Grade H202 Foot Bath

Mon, 29 Jun 15 18:02:54 -0500
Posted by Deb (Florida) on 06/29/2015

See http://www.drinkh2o2.com/

Another is a book you can download, it's The One Minute Cure, page 82. One gallon warm water with one pint 3% H2O2. Good luck, stay well.

Blue Light Therapy for MRSA

Mon, 29 Jun 15 17:59:17 -0500
Posted by Twinkytoze (Sw Ontario) on 06/29/2015

[YEA]  Blue Light Frequency 405-475nm

Someone in health sciences told me it can take up to 36 months for MRSA to exit the system. I had an initial infection last August, and treated successfully for that, but at length and with a good deal of discomfort, using iodine, hydrogen peroxide, honey and turmeric.

While I was suffering, I read about the effectiveness of blue light in the visible frequency (non-ultraviolet) of 405-475nm on MRSA in vitro. I ordered a hand held light from a manufacturer on AliBaba. It arrived after the infection cleared.

However I had a chance recently to use it and it has been 100% effective. When I feel a boil beginning to sprout, when it is still just an itchy red bump, I hit it with 12 minutes of blue light.

In almost every case 12 minutes is enough, even if the boil has erupted. Itching and pain subsides, if there is a head forming it is cleared, and redness resolves within a couple of days.

Some are a little more stubborn and require more than a single 12-minute hit. I will hit a lesion two or three times - the worst one needed 5 hits, each one day apart.

Amazing - the lesion clears and when the skin finally resolves it eventually sloughs off to reveal the pit where the bacteria lived.

Have had a kind of a rash of these small boils since the warm weather started but everything is under control. If you need to find a blue light google "acne light" or "Blue light 405nm".

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 Re: Astragalus Helps With Chronic Fatigue, Diabetes, Anti-Aging

Mon, 29 Jun 15 17:14:00 -0500
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 06/29/2015

Dear Connie,

For me, I would be comfortable with taking astragalus root and melatonin together.

~Mama to Many~

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 Re: Mama's Sports Injury Smoothie Recipe

Mon, 29 Jun 15 17:07:03 -0500
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 06/29/2015

Dear Yari,

I felt the comfrey/turmeric smoothie helped me very much. I don't know if you would have those ingredients available where you live.

Turmeric, alone, may work quite well. 1 teaspoon 2-3 times a day, with a full glass of water each time. Turmeric is a wonderful anti-inflammatory.

Rest your arm/shoulder as much as possible. I kept mine in a sling for a little while. Ice for 10 minutes at a time several times a day may help with the pain and inflammation.

Regarding lifting weights, I would wait until you have healed from your injury and then start very slowly and gradually work up to more, so that you do not aggravate your condition.

~Mama to Many~

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 Re: Castor Oil Application for Swollen Lymph Nodes on Groin?

Mon, 29 Jun 15 16:56:19 -0500
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 06/29/2015

Dear Tamara,

When I have used castor oil for swollen lymph nodes, I put a few drops onto my fingers and massage it into the skin, gently, over the lymph nodes that are swollen, a couple of times a day.

~Mama to Many~

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 Re: What Can Help Weak Abdominal Wall Muscle Causing Hernias?

Mon, 29 Jun 15 16:54:08 -0500
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 06/29/2015

Dear Mmsg,

I also have used comfrey internally and externally. It has been amazingly effective.

~Mama to Many~

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 Re: Questions for Ted Regarding Lecithin

Mon, 29 Jun 15 14:13:02 -0500
Posted by Terifromttown (Tacoma, Wa) on 06/29/2015

Ted, thanks so much for all your great information. I always look forward to your discussions. I am confused. Lecithin will help remove fats from the body, including Omega 3 and 6 oils or is it fairly discriminate in the process?

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 Re: What Can Help Weak Abdominal Wall Muscle Causing Hernias?

Mon, 29 Jun 15 14:10:39 -0500
Posted by Om (Hope, Bc Canada) on 06/29/2015

Msg ---- Hello... I am referring to both Internal and external.

So "they" did not like the incredible healing power of Comfrey (symphytum officinale) , as with Borax which has healed thousands of people of arthritis, see scull and cross bones, Turpentine which has healed and cured thousands, now fuel has added colours in pink or blue (that will scare them off).The public has swallowed these line hook and anchor. But they go obediently for scans that are damaging and drugs that do them in once the financial coffers are empty.

There are many accounts of ordinary people having comfrey internally and externally, along with their horses, dogs etc. and are healthy years in and out. Or how will one explain the insanity of feeding rats a thousand times the safe ratio of a substance and call it scientific research? Well, as you know take any substance in enormous ratio and you can be dead. But they quote this unashamedly as an excuse as they don't like you to "mess with their income", quoting ORH.

Go back in history, druids, shamans and common folks were killed as to make the population controllable to extract as much from them to keep highway robbers in "noble" image. The wisdom of the age thus was obscured to assist the few.

Comfrey the green queen - salutations.

Namaste, Om

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 Re: Seeking Remedies for Husband with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

Mon, 29 Jun 15 14:10:00 -0500
Posted by Dave (Fountain Inn, Sc) on 06/29/2015

Hello Maureen,

Re; your husband's pulmonary fibrosis...

AEP is great for lung issues...oxygen exchange enhancement...Google "Calcium AEP nutrition review" (note, calcium AEP is NOT calcium, though calcium is part of the formula).

Also, if you look on this EC site under Pulmonary Fibrosis...and scroll down you will see Idiopathic PF which will discuss use of hydrogen peroxide and some of Ted's suggestions.

BHT for Epstein Barr Virus

Mon, 29 Jun 15 10:00:37 -0500
Posted by Deirdre (Atlanta, GA) on 06/29/2015

Dear Oscar,

I wanted to let you know that I am on day 2 of trying BHT for Epstein Barr Virus (EBV). I haven't been able to find much information about whether BHT will work for EBV, but figured I'd be the guinea pig and give it a try for a few months if possible.

I got mono in high school decades ago now and have felt intense sleepiness descend on me rapidly every day since that rough time. I finally got a blood panel a few months ago and asked the doc to test me for EBV. Sure enough, I have a high EBV viral load, with the markers indicating a chronic (rather than a new) infection. No big surprise there, but I am sorry I didn't test for this much sooner! My immune system was really clobbered last fall with a series of viruses and a mild shingles outbreak, so I want to work on lowering the EBV viral load to help my immune system.

I bought 350 mg food grade BHT capsules and started with 1/2 capsule in water on an empty stomach yesterday morning and then again this morning. Within 20 minutes, I got a pressure in my head and then a headache. It lasted all day yesterday but got better overnight. But then again this morning after taking a new dose of BHT, same side effects returned. I have NOT taken any aspirin as I don't want it to interfere with the BHT. I will hydrate even more today and see if that helps. Hopefully these side effects will ease after a few days!

I plan on waiting 3 months before doing another blood panel to see if my viral load drops unless you recommend another time frame.

I know you don't recommend taking any other supplements whilst on BHT, but there are a few that I'd like to continue taking, at least a few times of week (ie potassium iodide and a b-complex liquid). Is that okay?

Thank you so very much, Oscar!!

Deirdre

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 Castor Oil Application for Swollen Lymph Nodes on Groin?

Mon, 29 Jun 15 09:35:45 -0500
Posted by Tamara (Socal) on 06/29/2015

I have read several postings, and I am wondering how you apply the castor oil. I need to apply it to my pelvic area and groin... Could somebody describe it in detail? Thank you all!

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 Re: Coconut Oil for Alzheimer's Disease

Mon, 29 Jun 15 09:33:56 -0500
Posted by Wendy (Columbus, Oh) on 06/29/2015

[YEA]  Use, Virgin Coconut Oil (VCO), preferably organic. You can start with a teaspoon twice a day, and after a week increase to a tablespoon 2-3 times a day. NOTE: too much VCO may create a mild case of diarrhea.

It's easier to take if you melt the VCO first. Simply place the entire container of VCO in a pan of hot water. VCO becomes liquid at 76 degrees. Then you can easily measure out a teaspoon or tablespoon.


 

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