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  Re: Help for Depression
Sat, 26 Jul 14 11:27:50 -0500

07/26/2014: Rsw from Uniontown, Oh: "Dave,

I am so sorry to read your posting about the loss of your wife. How could anyone ever be prepared for that? When you mentioned her eyes, I couldn't help but think of Steve Jobs last words, "Boy, of boy! " and I wondered if that was her reaction to her first glimpse of heaven? I hope you can draw strength from happy memories you have from your many years together, and if you have children, you will see she still is with you in them. All of us in your Earth family are here to support you in any way we can. Trust in God and lean on your friends until one day when the weight of this loss becomes bearable. Take care."

Re: Non-GMO Lecithin?
Sat, 26 Jul 14 11:26:28 -0500

07/26/2014: Rita from Wareham: "Does anyone have a name brand of lecithin that's not GMO...? Thanks much"

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  Re: Help for Depression
Sat, 26 Jul 14 11:24:37 -0500

07/26/2014: Suzanne from Fort Wayne, Indiana: "Dave from Fountain Inn SC. Thank you Dave for sharing those sweet last minutes spent with your beloved wife. You have a kind, gentle way about you in your writings and are much appreciated. The deepest hurt, no doubt, is losing the one we have spent a lifetime loving. My heart goes out to you. I thank God that grief comes in spurts as we would not survive otherwise. On losing my father I came across a line from CS Lewis that helped me a bit to understand my brokenness, "No one ever told me that grief felt so like fear" . This was true for me as I had lost direction and hope. God bless you and hold you close."

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  Re: Dosage Question for Betta Mannen
Sat, 26 Jul 14 11:22:37 -0500

07/26/2014: Jenna from Texas, US: "Is this a continued use? Or do you just do it in the weeks leading up to your test?

Is there a certain quantity of betta mannen you take? Or just the recommended amount?

Thank you!"

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  Re: Wheatgrass, Aloe Vera and Shilajit for H. Pylori
Sat, 26 Jul 14 09:28:06 -0500

07/25/2014: Hpylori from India: "Having googled for the benefits of (1) wheatgrass (2) Aloevera and (3) Shilajit. I need suggestion from experts for the best combination and effect among the following.

(i). Wheat grass powder 3 grams mixed in 200ml of water with 10ml of Aloevera and swallow 500mg shilajit capsule in empty stomach.

(ii). (a)Wheat grass 3 grams mixed with 200ml water in empty stomach, followed by aloecera jucice 10ml mixed with 200ml of water half an hour before break fast, then shilajit 500mg after breakfast.

(iii). Wheat grass powder as said in empty stomach followed by aloevera before break fast. The shilajit before going to bed.

(iv). Wheatgrass powder and aloevera as said above for a month in empty stomach, then next month shilajit only in empty stomach.

May I know the best combination from the above."

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  Re: Hydrogen Peroxide for Bad Breath
Sat, 26 Jul 14 09:24:32 -0500

07/26/2014: Andy from Dubai: "Can you please tell me where, did you buy hydrogen peroxide in dubai.. as m suffering from the same problem and would want to cure this issue. can you also tell me if its safe to use hydrogen peroxide.."

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  Re: Needs Help for Twin with Depression
Sat, 26 Jul 14 09:23:11 -0500

07/25/2014: Kbugg from Kcmo Area: "Dear Dolores, Hope she stays away from psyche meds!!! Look into biofeedback / neurofeedback.(they are similar, but there are some differences that I can not explain) I have benefited greatly from the L.I.F.E. biofeedback system. My chiropractor referred me, as I was going through extreme distress due to a situation in my personal life. I was dealing with issues, which included some depression, as well as other emotional & psychological disturbances. I have been going to sessions just since January and the effect has been amazing! Do a bit of research if you need, but I highly recommend it for all types of issues, emotional and physical. It is NOT a stand-alone treatment, but in addition to the awesome affect of the actual session, you will glean information that will help you know what else you can do by way of diet/supplement/lifestyle suggestions. All the best to you and your sis...."

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  Re: Apple Cider Vinegar for Seb Derm
Sat, 26 Jul 14 09:20:18 -0500

07/26/2014: Joellie from Holland: "Hi, I did read about your Apple Cider Vinegar treatment on sebderm. I am curisous if you could pass me a link of your cleanser you use am / pm. Did you ever see any tiny flakies returned?
Thanks"

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  Re: About Ted
Sat, 26 Jul 14 09:19:42 -0500

07/25/2014: Joy from Kathu: "I would reply to Kate who says she likes this website but is not impressed by Ted's postings. Well you must be one of the few who don't appreciate what Ted writes and has researched, but each to our own opinion and if it wasn't for Ted and Bill and the many other regular posters here, so many people including myself would be at a loss to learn and read of benefits we had been looking for and to then go on and work out for ourselves which protocol we wish to try. No one is forcing their suggestions and cures upon you."

Re: Phosphatidylcholine for Anxiety
Sat, 26 Jul 14 09:18:53 -0500

[YEA]  07/26/2014: Zander from Columbus, Ohio: "I have suffered from acute anxiety on and off for much of my life. Today and yesterday were especially severe and left me feeling helpless & hopeless, as well as agitated, no less. I had just received a Phosphatidylcholine formulation for liver and brain function which I took this evening with no thought to its possible effect on my anxious state. Much to my pleasant surprise, 20 minutes or so later I was feeling completely at peace and had regained interest in the book I had been reading and no longer had a feeling of hopelessness and dread. I did not make the connection to the supplement right away but I know myself well enough to know that this had been a sudden as opposed to the usual gradual improvement. I deduced that it might have something to do with the supplement. Sure enough, one of the properties of Phosphatidylcholine is its ability to tonify and support the nervous system. Yes, I'm capitalizing it. I'm very relieved and grateful--please make this available to others who may experience relief. I think that this Lecithin variant deserves its own heading in the anxiety section. Thank you, Earth Clinic!"

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  Re: Acetyl L-Carnitine for Anxiety
Sat, 26 Jul 14 09:16:34 -0500

[YEA]  07/26/2014: Zander from Ohio: "I agree with your assessment about acetyl l-carnitine. I experienced relief almost immediately today [about 20 minutes] after taking 500 mg. I had ordered a formulation for Memory & Brain but had no idea it would have the calmative properties it had. I experience fairly intentense restless anxiety from time to time. It produces such a helpless & hopeless feeling. I was not expecting this to provide relief for anxiety at all but there was no mistaking the calm which came over me."

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  Re: Ted
Sat, 26 Jul 14 09:15:51 -0500

07/26/2014: Baldev from Maharashtra: "Hi Bill,

Well said. Regards, Baldev"

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  Re: Hydrogen Peroxide for MRSA
Sat, 26 Jul 14 09:15:29 -0500

07/25/2014: Om from Hope Bc Canada: "Thanks, Robt. Henry for your posts which are to the point and much appreciated. Om"

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  Re: Help for Depression
Sat, 26 Jul 14 09:13:41 -0500

07/25/2014: Kbugg from Kcmo Area: "Dear Dave,

I, too, weep for your loss....

Death is not natural, so, no, even though you knew the expected outcome, NOTHING can prepare you for that moment.

Continue to find comfort in the scriptures, my friend.....That alone can ease any shock or depression.

Grieving has its own time-line & is different for all. It can not be analyzed. Just endured and even embraced. The more you fight it, the more difficult, I believe......(Beware anyone who suggests you should 'medicate' your grief, even though herbs / supps / therapies may be needed to help with the side-effects of the grieving---you know, like lack of sleep & such)

So glad you found some comfort here from EC friends......."

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  Re: Help for Depression
Sat, 26 Jul 14 09:13:24 -0500

07/25/2014: Om from Hope Bc Canada: "Dear Dave, I would like to add myself to those here who have expressed their feelings over your loss. It is a heart ache only time can lessen.

it is one of the experiences here on this planet that has hidden wisdom and it is a journey for all.

Perhaps if your mind sometime can dwell on the fact that in the not to near future, wisdom will dawn to take the pain and sorrow away for good. May your heart be soothed with the knowledge that wisdom will dawn to an understanding of the purpose of life transcending the mind.

Much Love, Om"

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  Re: Help for Depression
Sat, 26 Jul 14 09:12:58 -0500

07/25/2014: Jeanne from New Hampshire: "Thank you for this post. It was so very touching. You also gave some very good advice for compassionate thoughts for others."

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  Re: Ted
Fri, 25 Jul 14 21:08:12 -0500

07/25/2014: Bill from San Fernando, Philippines: "Hi Kate...It's unfortunate that you seem to have no faith in Ted's recommended cures.

Regarding alkalizing while pregnant, it's fairly well known that doctors regularly give sodium bicarbonate with saline by IV in large amounts to the mother when extreme acidosis occurs during birth. Sodium bicarbonate is also used in high amounts by doctors whenever keto-acidosis occurs in diabetics. So much for sodium bicarbonate and alkalizing being dangerous for the body.

In general, I find that your own view and knee-jerk judgement of Ted's many remedies seems to just rest on your own unfounded suspicions that Ted is just a layman quack with strong opinions from Thailand.

But if you go to the Who We Are section of EC you will see that Ted has obtained many qualifications, including a degree in biochemistry. He is also very knowledgeable on herbs. In my own direct communications with him over the years I also know that he has worked for quite a while in the process food and drugs industries in America. There are also many posts on EC that prove and attest to the success of Ted's cures for both autoimmune and iodiopathic diseases -- diseases which modern medicine and big pharma drugs simply cannot cure. He has helped alot of people with these awkward and 'incurable' diseases.

Does the above therefore qualify him to know what he is talking about as a healer?

Lastly, I must add that Ted also gives his healing advice for free. Whenever you go to a doctor in America, it'll cost you $200 just for the privilege of sitting down in his office. You don't see that cost because you think that the NHS is free in UK. It certainly isn't free. Why do you think you have a VAT rate in UK of 20% now? It's little known or appreciated that VAT was invented in UK in the 1950s to pay for the NHS. So you're not really paying 25% income tax -- your effectively paying 45% income tax as an average salary earner now. That's the grip that modern medicine has in Europe in particular. I am also a UK citizen by the way.

And if you really want to know the health benefits of alkalizing then perhaps you should read the book that Ted and I wrote which is sold on EC. Alkalizing is all explained, in very simple terms, in the book. But you don't really have to buy the book because all the necessary details on alkalizing and its successful outcomes are all written and recorded from the many testimonials on this site -- hundreds of them -- which you have not bothered to read.

As a consequence, I feel that your own research and opinions on Ted from Bangkok as a healer resides only on your own rather meager and superficial research mingled perhaps with your own knee-jerk mind reactions about alkalizing. Furthermore, if you judge with such poor validation then you will also inevitably be harshly judged. I fully support independent opinion that is well researched and useful with a good basis. Free opinion is, after all, one of the main building blocks for democracy. Or so the rumour goes..."

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  Re: Help for Depression
Fri, 25 Jul 14 20:26:27 -0500

07/25/2014: Dave from Fountain Inn, Sc: "Hello again Lilac and Mama to Many:

First, again Lilac you have great information which comes from your ample research. Please continue informing the EC community about your insights and progress. There's nothing like living through an issue that makes suggestions have real meaning.

One of the most memorable persons we all know who had depression issues was President Lincoln. So severe were his manic depressions, that he would not carry a pocket knife with him for fear he would use it on himself. At least that is in one of the biographies on Abraham. I have four or five.

And to both you and Mama to Many, thank you for your condolences.

I am such an impatient person, and I expect instant recovery after a short time but find that grief is more persistent and perplexing in this case (loss of a mate) than I'd anticipated, even though I knew for years the prognosis of her cancer.

One would think the mind and soul would be ready when the end finally came. Oh not so. Very rarely in my life have I experienced mental confusion. Quite frustrating. So many cross currents seem to be at work with a spousal loss.

I can now better sympathize with those who suffer the death of a husband/wife. It's only been a month so really what should I expect? The "rawness" is still there, and the strange quietness of the house when I'm here alone...always nearly expecting her voice. But knowing that is an impossibility and then the intellectual refusal to talk to her; she is not here. Not here. The thought seems so self contradictory..."she"...not here...in her own home. You see? An impossible demand; a command by the emotion to expect the "normal" but the "normal" is a "goneness" that is mystifying. Then the "brain" says, "no quit that...she is gone." Not just left me...even for another man...that would be easier I think. She is just gone.

The only consolation in a way, is I am convinced that "absence from the body is presence with the Lord" and that can console me when the extremes are working me over...overloading both sensation and reality. The reality. That insatiable reality will not leave me alone. I'm told again and again by wiser than me that time will take the edge off. OK. It's just been a month.

The "reality" is an "un-reality"....and that is so frustrating to deal with. Why can't the mind just control the emotions? It is what it is...now let's move on...would be the mind's command.

So is this depression...or still a bit of shock? The last two months were very hard. She died at home. In my arms. And I'm oddly proud of that. Interesting that I observe my most emotional moments come in recollecting what "we" went through during those final weeks. Is much of grief about "me" and not "her"... ? My mind wants to put it all into an analysis.

I was her "nurse" for about 15 hours a day and her sister the rest. So I saw it all. At the end she could not speak except to blink a "yes" at my questions..."do you want water?" "blink"...then I bring water. She could only walk with help and a walker for her to lean on. And she died taking a tour of the upstairs...she wanted her normal clothes on...and then we "walked" her holding the walker and I holding under her arms. She inspected upstairs bedrooms and then she had to sit down on the walker so I could push her back to her bed. While standing...ready to sit...she made dramatic eye contact ... eyes became like saucers...huge....I'd never seen that before ... in 29 years of marriage. I though somehow I'd hurt her, even though the eyes were not "grimacing" as if in pain ... no facial expression of pain and then, she fell into my arms. She was dead. Instantly.

She left over a period of two weeks, in dramatic downturn. And then died while standing. Just like her. She was a tiger. A very alive person.

So the unreality permeates..."she"... a most alive mate for all these years is not here any longer.

Many who write here to EC are facing dire situations and potential loss of a loved one ... we see that often on posts. And I sometimes have just glossed over the intensity between the lines; the desperation for help.

I will never be so glib; so quick to fire off some "answer" without sensing the hurt...the dawning of loss written in those lines.

So many who write to EC are in pain and are suffering. Those are emotions. So many have suffered for years; for decades.

I cannot fail to consider that suffering when I read their stories. Never again will I just focus on the "answer" without "feeling" their suffering....to some degree to empathize. At the tomb of Lazarus ..."Jesus wept."

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  Re: Ted
Fri, 25 Jul 14 19:54:54 -0500

07/25/2014: Mama To Many from Tennessee: "Dear Kate,

Earth Clinic has this disclaimer every page of the site:

Disclaimer: Our readers offer information and opinions on Earth Clinic, not as a substitute for professional medical prevention, diagnosis, or treatment. Please consult with your physician, pharmacist, or health care provider before taking any home remedies or supplement or following any treatment suggested by anyone on this site. Only your health care provider, personal physician, or pharmacist can provide you with advice on what is safe and effective for your unique needs or diagnose your particular medical history.

Much of what you say about Ted could be said about me as well. I have no medical background. (And, I don’t actually know what Ted’s background is.) I am an opinionated lay person. There is little to no medical evidence to support things that I suggest.

In fact, few EC posters have a medical background. There is little medical evidence for most of natural medicine, which is why EC is so helpful! Folk remedies, unlike expensive pharmaceuticals, are not profitable to research and study.

So many people have come to EC, having been failed by modern medicine and found help, relief and support by lay people sharing experiences, their own research, and their care for others. I agree that it is a risk to treat naturally. Wisdom is needed to decide when to pursue modern medical options. At the same time, I think the risk is less than the risk to submitting to modern medicine for everything. That has proven fatal to many. Robert Henry shared this morning of a man he knows who died at the hand of medical professionals. This happens all the time!

If it comes to pass where I live that I must be a medical professional to recommend a folk remedy, this means I will not be able to give my children nettles for asthma, Apple Cider Vinegar for Diarrhea, or use a charcoal poultice on an infection. It would be dreadful to have to submit to pharmaceuticals for all of these. I would have to deal with side effects and expense of these things, not to mention the common ineffectiveness of them.

Some people may misuse information on EC. Some may follow advice without thinking it through or doing research. But I am grateful for the stories, experiences and advice found here. No one is compelled to use any of it. But many have been blessed by it.

The nature of Earth Clinic is a forum and Ted has the right to share as we all do, within the guidelines of Earth Clinic.

~Mama to Many~"

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