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 Re: Basal Cell Carcinoma

Sat, 22 Nov 14 07:43:14 -0500

Posted by Blindedbyscience (Wnc) on 11/21/2014

O.k. Here is my update. My spot that I had for years on the left side of my nose although looking like a scar where the biopsy was, I knew it wasn't right. My new biopsy came back BCC infiltrative focal pattern. Perhaps I didn't treat myself long enough with the natural treatments or even effudex. I am 9 days post MOHS. I feel very blessed that it hadn't spread further. Still Doc took out probably a centimeter or more and reconstructed the site. I was very lucky to have a skilled MOHS surgeon. she did a fine job as far as I can tell so far. Yeah, so for me for now, I'm probably going to be very vigilant about going to the Dr if something crops up.

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 Re: Broccoli and Cabbage for H. Pylori

Sat, 22 Nov 14 07:41:17 -0500

Posted by Lee (Ventura) on 11/21/2014

I have a question for you Lee, was it cooked or raw broccoli that you ate?

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 Re: Seeking Remedies for Thyroid Cyst

Sat, 22 Nov 14 07:40:16 -0500
Posted by Mama to Many (Tennessee) on 11/22/2014

Dear Zeenat,

Some natural things worth looking into to reduce the cyst are:

Castor Oil packs or charcoal poultices over the cyst, Frankincense Essential Oil rubbed into the cyst. All three of these things have helped me with cysts before.

~Mama to Many~

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 Re: How to Make A Homemade Cayenne Pepper Tablet For Chest Pain?

Sat, 22 Nov 14 07:39:54 -0500
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 11/22/2014

Dear Franco08,

I have never heard of making a cayenne tablet...some will make homemade cayenne capsules. (You can buy empty capsules and even a little capsule maker.)

However, I find taking cayenne in a capsule to cause digestive stress. As herbalist Lalitha Thomas says, "Tummies don't like surprises! " So, when I want to take cayenne, I add it to some juice and drink it with a straw. One capsule or tablet would be less than 1/4 teaspoon of cayenne pepper, which is really not an uncomfortable amount taken in juice.

~Mama to Many~

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 Re: Is ACV Advisable For Sensitive Skin?

Sat, 22 Nov 14 00:20:51 -0500

Posted by Mama to Many (Tennessee) on 11/22/2014

Dear Veena,

You could try diluting the ACV a good bit and test it on a small area of the skin. I would start with 1 Tablespoon ACV to 1 cup of water. You could increase the amount as you are comfortable.

You could also follow up with some castor oil, which is good for the skin.

~Mama to Many~

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 Mold Removal Update from Robert Henry

Fri, 21 Nov 14 22:03:33 -0500

Posted by Robert Henry (Ten Mile, Tn. ) on 11/21/2014

HI U GOOD FOLKS DOIN, , , , , , , , , , ,

Promise, , , , this is my last post on this subject. What have I learned in this trial?

One, know what your humidity is throughout the year. It is high in the spring, summer and fall and low in the winter. Have meters throughout your house.

Run a dehumidifier during the high humidity times.

Install a UVL SYSTEM in your duct system and change the bulb every two years.

Don't run your HVAC fan separate from the evaporator coil being on in the high humidity times.

My HVAC folks just left and I now have two UVL systems to kill mold. I am an extremist and I only want to address a problem one time. If two aspirins will cure my headache then 4 should do the job in half the time.

My health saga continues, but I hope my mold problems are behind me. I learned a lot in this endeavor and hope you have too.

Besides our food supply , our heath problems come from mold in our homes and EMF's. The EMF problem is not a deal, all you have to do is go barefooted as I did until I was a teen ager. It's a grounding thing. The Lord takes care of his critters because they do not wear shoes.

We have out-smarted ourselves.

======ORH=============

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 Re: Fibroid Remedies

Fri, 21 Nov 14 22:01:53 -0500

Posted by Journeymercies (Ottawa, Ont. Canada) on 11/21/2014

Recently told I have Fibroids, the size of a child's head. Such an uncomfortable load to carry and yes, very painful. Thrilled to read all your good news testimonies and finding out there are remedies out there is very heart warming. I am heading out to get Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV).

Thanks all, remain well and blessed. I will be back with my own testimony, In Jesus Name. Keep up the Spirit, Ladies!!

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 Re: Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice For A Gallbladder Attack

Fri, 21 Nov 14 22:00:09 -0500

Posted by Kt (Usa) on 11/21/2014

I had read that the gallbladder needs fat to contract. That made sense to me because I had horrible gallbladder attacks when I was pregnant with my first. Hindsight is 20/20...I had eliminated butter on my toast in the morning and no added mayo on my sandwich at lunch. I only wanted to avoid stretch marks.

Another person I knew cut out fat from her diet because of the medical reports on "fat". She ended up having her gallbladder removed. I don't know if this information will help you but it is just what I am aware of.

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 Re: Could My Multiple Ailments Be Candida?

Fri, 21 Nov 14 21:59:44 -0500
Posted by Diamond (Ma, USA) on 11/21/2014

I have been to so many doctors through-out Massachusetts and New Hampshire as well as Boston Mass. etc. with what I thought was all types of infections, I was treated for every thing and any thing until my immune system finally gave up.Every thing I do my very best to do has to be natural. First I tracked down my family history(not that important)but I needed to know of any family diseases, my mother an aunt told me there was a virus where one out of twins died from this virus which doctors say that's very rare case. I have watched an listened to families illnesses. What I find is: We live in a wet/damp earth 24/7 we are introduced to wet or moisture, so it causes much damage to our systems, then if we do not dress warm it adds insult to injury. My best friend's doctor told her she had to move to a warmer climate because of condensation causing fungi/ mold etc. It reaks havoc with the system. Try staying away from antibiotics, most any thing anti--- buy probiotics, one is great/ probiotic plus & Cranberry, this is best taken in capsules rather than drinking the cranberry juice because the sugar is reduced, leave all sweets an sugars alone. Another probiotic is Grape Seed Extract, and cats claw. Please do not take these all at once or together.

The rest is up to you. I just about live in health stores, but first do many web searches. Good Luck..

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 Re: Remedies Needed to Dilate Arteries & Capillaries for Better Blood Flow

Fri, 21 Nov 14 21:58:40 -0500
Posted by Diamond (Ma.) on 11/21/2014

I go into a whole food store & a large array of herbs, I found this in capsules "Horse Chestnut" is good for restricted blood flow. I just started using it and appears ok until I eat sweets again.But there are so many choices for regular blood such as Chlorofresh also known as Chlorophyll our blood needs oxygen too.

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 Re: Seeking Help For Arthritis, Knee Coldness and Lower Back Pain

Fri, 21 Nov 14 21:57:26 -0500
Posted by Diamond (Ma.) on 11/21/2014

My doctor always told me that if you put your whole focus on your pain it will hurt much, much more, it took me quite some time to think about other things before I could actually stop thinking about my pain and start laughing again.Also it has a great deal to do with our diet.I used to eat junk food and loads of sweats and much pain, now I eat what used to be Ewww Yuk etc. is healthier and my pain is a whole lot lesser .

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 Re: Seeking Help For Arthritis, Knee Coldness and Lower Back Pain

Fri, 21 Nov 14 21:53:05 -0500
Posted by Sp (New Jersey) on 11/21/2014

Hi Chandu, have you tried going 100% gluten free? That cured my full body arthritis.

Seeking Help For Arthritis, Knee Coldness and Lower Back Pain

Fri, 21 Nov 14 15:58:09 -0500
Posted by Chandu (Noth Yorkshire) on 11/21/2014

[NAY]  I have arthritis and knee coldness and lower back pain. Please advise me anyone who can help me cure my arthritis. I'm 59 yrs old but active and working. My arthritis is bad.

How to Make A Homemade Cayenne Pepper Tablet For Chest Pain?

Fri, 21 Nov 14 15:56:14 -0500
Posted by Franco08 (Albuquerque, New Mexico) on 11/21/2014

Can somebody tell me how to make cayenne pepper tablet? Thanks!

Seeking Remedies for Thyroid Cyst

Fri, 21 Nov 14 15:55:09 -0500
Posted by Zeenat (Mumbai, India) on 11/21/2014

I m 40 yrs old women frm Mumbai, india.. Pls help me with the treatment for colloid/thyroid cyst in right neck... I have this cyst since last 4 yrs... Pls help me.. I don't want to undergo surgery as adviced by doctors...

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 Is ACV Advisable For Sensitive Skin?

Fri, 21 Nov 14 15:52:34 -0500

Posted by Veena (Denver, Colorado) on 11/21/2014

I have very sensitive skin on the face, can I use ACV for age spots? Will it not cause itchiness?

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 Re: Sjogren's Syndrome and Evening Primrose Oil

Fri, 21 Nov 14 15:51:33 -0500

Posted by Ally (Simsbury Ct) on 11/21/2014

Oh my gosh, Mary. I got dry mouth in the worst way. I am basically 47 and entering perimenopause. It has been the most miserable experience... Something we all take for granted but when your mouth is dry, it affects everything and causes such anxiety. I have always been more of a dry person anyway tho my eyes only slightly-mostly my allergy-laden nose. But little did I know the difference the borage oil seems to make for me. I'm taking in conjunction with flax and fish oils I'm hoping it is for real and keeping my fingers crossed! Thanks for your post. Hope it will help other people suffering too.

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 Re: Seeking Help for Malnourishment in Elderly Family Member

Fri, 21 Nov 14 15:35:34 -0500

Posted by Rsw (Uniontown, Oh) on 11/21/2014

Hi Patty,

This is a formula that was developed to provide excellent nutritional benefit to people who are on feeding tubes, instead of the high carb, basically junk food they have been given. In addition, it is also sold as a meal replacement, and as you can see, is derived from excellent food sources. It would be a good addition to the diet of the person you mention who is malnourished.

http://functionalformularies.com/liquid-meals/#sthash.R6wxGLct.dpbs

Best wishes.

Apple Cider Vinegar for Acid Reflux

Fri, 21 Nov 14 15:11:50 -0500

Posted by Kyle (Vero Beach) on 11/21/2014

[YEA]  I am 26 years old and have suffered with acid reflux for the past 4-5 months. I tried just about every drug available, Zantac 150, Tums, Tagamet, Prilosec, Prevacid, Nexium, Zegerid, Famotidine, and Carafate. Nothing worked effectviely for more than a week or two. The best medication I found was Zegerid and it began to stop working about 20 days into the treatment. My friend's wife is really into homeopathic remedies and he told me that she got him to used apple cider vinegar when he has heartburn and it worked and I should try it. At the time my Zegerid was working fine, but that upcoming weekend it began not working and I had bad reflux for 3 nights. On Monday morning I went to the store and got some apple cider vinegar because I had taken 4 1000 mg tums, and two acid reducers the night before to no avail and I was desperate. After just 1 tablespoon of ACV I felt dramatically better. I began to take it before and after meals and my symtoms were held at bay. For the next three mornings I woke up with no reflux but still a sour feeling in my stomach, on the fourth morning I woke up with neither and felt great. I still take the ACV before most meals and sometime afterwards and am happy to report that my acid reflux is finally under control!

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