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 Re: DMSO for Trigger Finger

Thu, 02 Jul 15 16:29:19 -0500
Posted by Robert Henry (Ten Mile , Tn. ) on 07/02/2015

HI U EC, , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

DMSO is a by-product of the paper industry. It does come from trees, but only because sodium sulfite and sodium hydroxide are used to dissolve the lignin holding the cellulose fibers together. That product is called black liquor. It then has to go through another process to obtain the DMSO. Not a big deal, but that is the way the chemistry works.

The first plant to do this was in Bogalusa, La. in the '60's. I knew the DMSO supervisor and he said no employee had ever had the flu while working in that area. DMSO is one of the most powerful solvents known. It was destroyed by Big Pharma because, like Ozone, it is too effective and too cheap.

Most of these bright government folks who put it down have read Dante's Inferno, so they know in what ring in hell they will burn.

ATS======ORH=======

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 Re: Using Turmeric for Child's Boil

Thu, 02 Jul 15 15:37:24 -0500
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 07/02/2015

Dear Amber,

I give my children turmeric.

For small children, ages 2 - 6, I give 1/4 teaspoon, 2-3 times a day. For ages 6-12, I give about 1/2 teaspoon 2-3 times a day. For 12 and over, I use an adult dose of 1 teaspoon 3 times a day. Turmeric should be taken with plenty of water. Some say it can cause constipation, but we have not seen that happen. But maybe it is because we use plenty of water.

I mix turmeric with yogurt, applesauce or honey to give it to children.

You could also spray the boils with colloidal silver.

I have used a mixture of the following on skin infections several times a day:

1 Tablespoon Extra Virgin Coconut Oil

5 drops tea tree essential oil

5 drops of Frankincense essential oil

Even just the coconut oil may be enough.

I hope your children feel better soon!

~Mama to Many~

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 Boiled Whole Milk Cured Diarrhea

Thu, 02 Jul 15 11:11:21 -0500
Posted by Maryland (Ca) on 07/02/2015

[YEA]  It worked!

Usually apple cider vinegar does the trick for me, but it wasn't working. The best Apple Cider Vinegar did was to space out my visits to the bathroom.

After over 12 hours experiencing completely liquid diarrhea, I saw this post and boiled 2 cups of whole milk, turned off the stove before it boiled over, waited to cool, remove the skin that formed and drank it.

Felt better right away and today I have no more problems. Thank you!

What are the Best Foods to Juice for a Ligament Injury?

Thu, 02 Jul 15 11:04:57 -0500
Posted by James (Derbyshire) on 07/02/2015

Hello my name is James. I've been vegan over 3 years now and love it. I am a professional stuntman and have recently acquired a bad ligament injury in my right knee. I was hoping to get some advice on the best foods I could juice etc... To help aid the healing process? Kind regards, James

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 Re: DMSO for Trigger Finger

Thu, 02 Jul 15 11:00:45 -0500
Posted by Yani (Uk) on 07/02/2015

Please, what is DMSO?


EC: DMSO = Dimethyl sulphoxide, a by-product of the wood industry and used as a solvent.

Burdock Root Helping Hidradenitis Suppurativa

Thu, 02 Jul 15 10:55:24 -0500
Posted by Rebecca (North Carolina) on 07/02/2015

[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]  I have suffered with HS since I had a surgery that put me into peri menopause 5 years ago. I have been taking Tumeric for prevention and it works somewhat - I recently read that Burdock Root (capsule form) is a blood cleanser and can help with detoxifying the skin. I have only been taking for a few weeks and have seen a vast improvement (although it does promote sweating). I also want to share that I get Magnesium gel caps, punch a hole in it and squeeze out the contents, I use this as a topical when the HS is red and inflamed - instant relief and reduces the lump overnight. It's messy but works - I have yet to find a topical magnesium cream. I do hope one day there will be a cure!

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 Re: Applying Apple Cider Vinegar Topically

Thu, 02 Jul 15 10:51:50 -0500
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 07/02/2015

Dear Jethmal,

I usually dilute Apple Cider Vinegar when I use it on my skin, although for bug bites, I have used it straight.

Generally though, I dilute it half and half with water.

For sensitive skin areas, small children or babies, I use 1 Tablespoon per cup of water.

~Mama to Many~

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 Re: Ted's Remedies for Stomach Polyps

Thu, 02 Jul 15 08:24:49 -0500
Posted by Mike (Montreal) on 07/01/2015

Hi, Sonia spoke about stomach polyps, but Ted answer her about colon polyps , I have stomach polyps and would like to know if the remedy Ted gave is indeed for stomach polyps I have too many to remove so I need a natural way to get rid of them, I need to know what to take where to get them and exact portions please.

Alcohol Treatment for Prurigo Nodularis

Thu, 02 Jul 15 08:23:29 -0500
Posted by Anelissa (Brisbane) on 07/01/2015

[YEA]  A home remedy that inhibits nodular prurigo virus inside skin.

I am careful to write "inhibits" rather than kills, because my current experiment is just four to five days old, and can be considered as an effective treatment, not an actual cure until such time as when I might report that all of my lesions have gone and no further lesions form in the next three months. A friend gave me a bottle of vodka brandy after I told him I might try drinking a few Brandy Alexanders to see if any change occurs with my skin lesions. I barely drank any cos I am not really a drinker. So the bottle sat around for past four months. until four days ago when I decided to dab some on to my scalp where I had been plagued with recurring plaques for the third time inside two years. This last phase beginning last christmas til now.

To cut a long story short, I am overjoyed to be able to tell you that my scalp feels totally rejuvenated. there is still one tender spot to touch, but in the space of less than four days, all plaques are gone from my scalp and now I am dabbing the alcohol on the several spots on face plus a couple on left shoulder. After two days these areas already look so much better. also I bathe mob once a day. Use aveeno. One does still need to pick clean the area, but it works easier after annihilating the virus.

Seeking Remedies for Furunculosis (Recurring Boils) and Folliculitis

Thu, 02 Jul 15 08:19:45 -0500
Posted by Ponangi.anu (Andhra Pradesh, India) on 07/01/2015

Hi I am suffering from furunculosis for the last 5 yrs. Initially it used to come anytime. For the last two years in every monthly cycle either 7-10 days after periods or before 1 week of date it is seen. After 1 year of my delivery, this problem started. I had a multi-load(loop) after delivery. But I used to have red sopts or discharges in mid of months. so I used regesterone for 5-6 mnths till problem controlled. coming to, I will have boils on thighs (rarely) and below knee legs mainly for both the legs. I get boils that contain pus, pain and area around reddish. Initially that has been diagnosed as furunculosis. I used many antibiotic treatments, some disinfectant liquid in water while bath, some shampoo for head for almost 6-8 mnths prescribed by a famous research institute. When I used it I didnt get for some 4 mnths. But later again started. Again went to one elderly dermatologist. he said I also have folliculitis because when I went to him he said clinically he sees it as folliculits than furunculosis. My BP will be 110/90 almost. Sugar levels are very normal. hungry normal. I dont like milk. I wont take it also. I dont like sweets. At the same time won't take too much of masalas and all. moderate diet. Morning and evening one tea. Sleep I will not have much sleep as my daughter is hyper and also she wont have sound sleep. Ao whenever she wakes I keep waking up. so disturbed sleep. I use thronorm 50 mcg(hypo thyroid for almost 15 yrs) daily. levels are normal. recently done all tests. PLS DO SUGGEST GOOD HOMEO MEDICINE FOR REPEATED FURUNCULOSIS AND FOLLICULITIS.

Seeking Help for Long Term Effects of Bells Palsy

Thu, 02 Jul 15 08:14:58 -0500
Posted by Syed S. Ahmed (India) on 07/02/2015

Sir,

I am 44 yrs. old and my face got effected when I was 29yrs. old, I did a lot to cure and overcome this problem but all my efforts went in vain, It was cured but not 100%, I still cant smile properly and cant blink eye properly and always afraid when winter comes, Sometime I feel pain in my right jaw and some kind of uneasiness in my face...I request for your valuable advise to fight the problem I am facing.

Thanks a lot for your support

Questions for Bill Thompson Regarding His Candida Diet Protocol

Thu, 02 Jul 15 08:13:25 -0500
Posted by Reja (Cedar Park, Tx) on 07/02/2015

[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]  Dear Bill,

I have been using much of the protocol enlisted in your book Killing Me Sweetly. I could not purchase all of the items when I began your program 6 months ago. I just started the methalene blue yesterday, I took two doses, got a bunch of energy and then relaxed 2 hours later. I may have taken too much of the 0.1% I took 16 drops. I still have occasional facial breakouts from the candida and have always had brain fog. I am early 50's and suspect I developed candida as I had teenage parents who didn't care for me much. I ate tons of candy growing up--3-4 candy bars daily. Was never good in school but have since become thirsty for knowledge and cures. I hate when I cannot remember conversationsm movies or what I've read-- it's embarrassing.

If there is any additional supplements you can add that may help I would appreciate. I have visited with a dr here who is homeopathic AND a western medical doc who did not help (at all.) I knew more about candida than he. Waste of money and time...

I am eager to rid myself of brain fog. What is the absolute most of MB I can take at one time and how many times a day? Are there any more options I can include to the brain fog protocol portion of candida? I have read many of your posts and know that patients with malaria took it by the teaspoon! So I am not afraid. If I increase the MB intake, what other "must have" supplements must I take with it?

Thanks so much for all your help, Reja

Trying to Get Off Meds, Seeking Help for Names of 3 Herbs

Thu, 02 Jul 15 08:11:45 -0500
Posted by Jody (Texas) on 07/01/2015

I tried to send a mail a couple of minutes ago and I don't think it went through b/c the satellite for the internet went out for a hot minute here and I got cut off before I was done typing what I was trying to type.

Ok, so anyway, long story short... I'm wanting to know a couple of things... what other name/s would Jack In The Pulpit Root be known under (b/c I looked it up on line in a couple of places that I get vitamins from and nothing at all came up about it) and then when I looked up Stoneseed Root, what came up was just Stone Root. So, is that the same thing as Stoneseed Root? Or does it have another name for it? Then, with Thistles... when I looked it up.... several different combinations of Thistles came up. I'm wanting to know... what type of Thistles are/were you referring to in your post? And can you give any ideas as to where to purchase these? I do my vitamin/herb shopping on-line. I would really like to get off of some of the meds I'm on currently because of the various side effects I've read about and some that I already have.

I've been medicated since the age of 16 (and I'm 42 now) but have only recently been learning about the side effects of some of the meds. I'm on. Actually, have experienced several side effects in the past several years from using the meds. I'd used (which is why I stopped some of them a few years ago on my own and started back then researching vitamins and herbs as well as using some of them for some of my ailments). And then yesterday at one of my appointments, found out I now have high blood pressure to add to the ever growing list of ailments that live with me and more medication to add to that ever growing list. Apparently (according to the doc.) the birth control pills I'm on can also cause high blood pressure. I never knew that either. The only thing I've heard is that bc pills can cause blood clots. So I had to ask myself WHY I'm on them in that case. I've been on different brands of pills (as well as the shot) since after my son was born in 91. Mostly to control the pain that comes with my cycle. I can't help but think there's something better.

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 Re: OCD, Brain Fog and Mercury Fillings

Thu, 02 Jul 15 08:07:50 -0500
Posted by Cate (Melbourne, Australia) on 07/02/2015

Hi, I was reading up on OCD and Pandas for my boy who is 6 and just had a fever/cough a few weeks ago. He now has tics and OCD, it's most certain to be diagnosed as Pandas if I were the sort to go running to the doctor. (And I second a page on Pandas! )

Anyway, I was reading about the brain fog and OCD above, and one thing I know will help is diet change (to paleo) and Lugol's Solution. The Lugol's formula has whole body-available iodine and iodide; certain elements serve certain parts of the body, which is why Lugol's is so good. Chlorine and fluoride in water, and bromine in bread take up the spots in the body that iodine is supposed to take. We're flooded with these toxic halides, iodine is just so important- I can't state its importance enough.

Regarding brain fog- I had it so terribly that I likened it to being stuck in a small boat, a dinghy on the ocean in dead calm, surrounded by fog. When I took the prescribed dirty pharma drug ritalin, it was like being on board a full-steam-ahead luxury liner, up on the highest deck, on a bright sunny day with unlimited visibility. Then I became partially psychotic I guess; road rage, sudden irritation and anger at silly things. I gave it up and kept looking for answers. I found food and diet changes so profound. It started with getting off gluten, then after a few years I went paleo and have never looked back- except to say- 'Yikes, poor old me back then.'

The other thing I started recently was Lugol's, and that got rid of the very last bit of anxiety. It has helped my adrenals which I suspect were exhausted. But one thing is for certain, THERE IS NO BRAIN FOG within a million miles of this brain any more. I feel better than I ever have. :)

Hot Water Bottle Helps Me Fall Asleep Quickly!

Thu, 02 Jul 15 08:07:10 -0500
Posted by Rural Girl (Central Texas) on 07/02/2015

[YEA]  I used to take a long time to go to sleep or wake up shortly after falling asleep. I had read on Dr. Mercola's site that the lowering of body temperature acts to put us to sleep, so my hypothyroid, too-low temperature didn't allow more lowering. I guess I was wide awake to preserve life when my temp was 95.9 - 97.2F. (In cold survival situations people who fall asleep die.)

I have had some 1,2 and even 3 hot bath nights to get back to sleep. I used to monitor my temperature frequently at night. Now I just take a hot water bottle to bed. I go right to sleep and sleep all night long. Electric heating pads are not recommended. They put off harmful EMF, ElectroMagnetic Fields, plus I got a fatty tumor where I fell asleep on one set on low. Sweet dreams!

Trying Multiple Remedies for Chronic Yeast Infection, Need Help!

Thu, 02 Jul 15 08:05:28 -0500
Posted by Lonclark1311 (Wellington, New Zealand) on 07/01/2015

[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]  Hello everyone! I'm a 27 yr old woman who has been battling yeast infections for the past 1.5 years. I had my first YI at 20, and then never had one again until I moved to New Zealand in December 2013. Since then, I've tried many different remedies from ACV douching to otc thrush cream. The otc stuff works for about 3 months, and then the yeast monster comes back. I have never taken antibiotics, keep a healthy/balanced diet; and to put it in perspective, yeast has been my ONLY health problem ever in life that started at 26 yrs old.

The yeast monster is back now and I'm getting aggressive in finding a natural solution. I've been doing the following for 6 consecutive days now:

- 4000-5000IUs D3

- rubbing itchy vulva with mixture of 10 drops tea tree and olive oil

- 20ml Acidophilous natural, sugar-free yogurt vaginally inserted AND orally taken (this is my favorite because it's very soothing)

- 2 probiotic vaginal inserts - the refrigerated kind (each pill containing 25 million cultures)

- Cold-pressed, virgin organic coconut oil taken both orally and vaginally

- No alcohol, lowered sugar intake

I've taken a shot of ACV everyday for the past five years as a general health practice. I thought I finally tackled the yeast beast the other day, but decided to try Vitamin C vaginal inserts as an addition to my above regime. As of yesterday, I started inserting 2x 550mg Vit C into vagina, and have had some crazy yellow/orange chunky yeasty discharge. I smell like baking bread right now, and it seems to have made the problem worse. Is this normal? Is the Vit C pushing out all of the remaining yeast or creating more? What is happening to me? LOL!

Does anyone have any other suggestions on what to do?

I'm pretty desperate.

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 Re: Applying Apple Cider Vinegar Topically

Thu, 02 Jul 15 08:02:56 -0500
Posted by Jethmal (Hyderabad, India) on 07/02/2015

While applying ACV on skin directly shall it be diluted with water before applying on skin or can it be applied in concentrated form? It is strong acetic acid.

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 Re: Bill's Turpentine Protocol for Autism

Thu, 02 Jul 15 08:02:25 -0500
Posted by Guy (Uk) on 07/02/2015

Hi - thank you for this fascinating site, and for the protocol information for autism. My son has autism. After being diagnosed at age 2 at the severe end of the spectrum, he is now actually doing very well (aged 6) since we took him out of the national health care system and carefully selected a few treatments that felt right. His main difficulties are with understanding social interactions.

We don't have any particular reason to think that parasites or bacteria are the cause - unless that is always the cause of such conditions.

According to your responses so far, it seems that the protocol is different depending on the age of the child. What would it be for a 6-year old, and how long would it need to go on for (or is it ongoing)? Is there anything else we can do for him to support the process?

(would this also be a suitable protocol for an adult for general health and to possibly resolve un-diagnosed health niggles?)

Thank you again.

Best Wishes,
Guy

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 Re: Using Turmeric for Child's Boil

Thu, 02 Jul 15 08:01:37 -0500
Posted by Amber A (San Antonio ) on 07/02/2015

My son and daughter recently broke out with a boil. Can you give turmeric to a child? If so, how much? My daughters has nearly healed with antibiotics, but my son's is very painful. My daughter's was diagnosed as MRSA, so the dr assumed my sons was the same and treated it with stronger antibiotics. His culture is not back yet. I want to do what ever I can to help him, it is really bothering him. Thanks.

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