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  Re: Castor Oil and Baking Soda for Mole

Fri, 24 Jun 16 13:01:55 -0500
Posted by Sina (Pakistan) on 06/24/2016

I am using castor oil with baking soda since two weeks but there is a small hole I noticed on the mole. Should I continue with the procedure or is there is something serious happening?

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  Re: DHEA for Vaginal Atrophy

Fri, 24 Jun 16 13:00:52 -0500
Posted by Sandra (U.k) on 06/24/2016

Caroline. Yes, the DHEA capsules are originally for oral use but research in the U.S. shows that using them internally minimises/negates any potential side effects.

Any small plastic container suffices, in fact I no longer use the lid on mine, just shake the Carlsons suppository, Sylk and DHEA from side to side to coat the Carlsons. Any small plastic container will be ok - mine originally contained disposable gloves for hair dye but how about those little containers used to measure medicine or those see through ones that you get on top of toiletries. Easy to rinse out after use and small is good only because you then don't waste so much of the DHEA that tends to stick to the sides. As long as half the suppository just fits into the container it will be perfect. As for inserting vaginally there is only one way and that is to just pretend it's a tampon! The Carlsons are really quite comfortable to use due to their waxy composition. I usually place half a dozen or so into my bathroom cabinet for immediate use and store the remainder of the Carlsons in the fridge.

It has only been a matter of a few months now and, to tell the truth, the Atrophy rarely, if ever, crosses my mind. Mine was so severe as I had been wrongly informed that when I had my hysterectomy some 25 years ago that it was partial, had never been offered any treatment, and was in total ignorance of the long term effects it was having on my vaginal health. It was only when I got to my mid 60's and questioned why I didn't have any menopausal symptoms that the error came to light. I had also given up attempting any form of intimacy, due to the excruciating pain that involved nearly 15 years ago, so wasn't aware of how my condition had really worsened since that time.

So, here I am today and I only use the DHEA about every 3 days or so, and without having to go into details, I can so tell the difference when inserting the Carlsons that maybe if the right man came along ...... well, who knows! The thought certainly doesn't appear to terrify me any more.

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  Re: Homemade Colloidal Silver for Lyme Disease

Fri, 24 Jun 16 12:59:57 -0500
Posted by Nelda (Up North) on 06/24/2016

Thanks, Art. That is helpful! I appreciate your posts on colloidal silver, by the way!

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  Re: Blackstrap Molasses for Fibroids

Fri, 24 Jun 16 12:59:33 -0500
Posted by Penny (Kuala Lumpur) on 06/24/2016

Where can I buy this blackstrap molasses in Kuala Lumpur as I have fibroid about 8cm and doctor said I need operation to remove my whole uterus but I still want children! Please help.

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  Chromium Picolinate Improves Digestion and Bowel Movements

Fri, 24 Jun 16 12:44:39 -0500
Posted by Kimma (Prescott, Az) on 06/23/2016
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I second that! I recently started taking Chromium Picolinate to help with blood sugar regulation. Right away I noticed my digestion and subsequent bowel movements improved significantly. Wish I would have known this a long time ago.

Does Turpentine Therapy Kill Good Bacteria Too?

Fri, 24 Jun 16 12:43:39 -0500
Posted by Huia (New Zealand) on 06/23/2016

Hello, Thank you for all of your very informative posts on turpentine. My main concern is whether or not when you ingest it, it also destroys the good bacteria. I would be so very grateful if someone could please answer this for me and if possible provide some links to relevant documentation. With warm regards and thanks Huia

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  Re: Blackstrap Molasses

Fri, 24 Jun 16 12:41:43 -0500
Posted by Marilyn (Largo Fl) on 06/23/2016
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I just had a hunch to look up molasses today I had not seen anything in regards to Blackstrap Molasses iv'e been taking and mom always used in cooking . I have fibro and I am now taking it again and feeling better. Only thing I have a high calcium level Blackstrap Molasses has calcium. Hoping I have no problem. Thanks for listening. GB all. Marilyn

Enemas for Fever in Children

Fri, 24 Jun 16 12:40:36 -0500
Posted by Carol M (Louisville, Ky) on 06/23/2016
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For fever in children -- enemas! I give either a cool water - tap water temp - enema. Or, give a catnip tea enema. Catnip will bring a fever down. It soothes and calms as well.

You can find this remedy in book Prescription For Nutritional Healing. Not medical advice. See your dr before giving any home remedies.

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 Re: What Natural Remedies Can Help Seed Warts in 8 Year Old Boy?

Fri, 24 Jun 16 12:38:37 -0500
Posted by Judy (Denver, Co) on 06/24/2016

Years ago I developed seed warts on knuckles on fingers. They got worse over time. Had them approx. 20 years. I had warts over knuckles - completely covered them. One even bled.

Went to master herbalist. She told to take inside of a lemon rind and rub on warts 3 times a day. In less than a week they were gone. Wrinkles on knuckles were back as if I'd never had warts.

When I think of how long I lived with those ugly things - and the cure was so simple - it makes me sick.

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  Re: Bloodroot Paste for Basal Cell Carcinoma

Fri, 24 Jun 16 12:38:07 -0500
Posted by Patricia (Downsville) on 06/23/2016

Debbie,

I removed a basal cell carcinoma with Cansema back in 2001. It has not come back. The dermatologist was one of the top ten in the country and he said it was still there after Cansema removed it. I said how can we find out? Do a biopsy? he said no. I said "what?" He said we have to do 4. He did 4 and all 4 came back negative for tumors.

His price 15,000 plus. Cansema under 50. I was afraid and what convinced me to use it was one particular testimonial where a man from Australia showed pictures of removing a cancer from his tongue. Those old testimonials are available on the waybackmachine.

They help to know what to expect should happen. I don't know if it is still available in this country. Google it.

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  Re: Tea Tree Oil for Sinus Polyps

Fri, 24 Jun 16 12:36:58 -0500
Posted by Jawad (Italy Trento ) on 06/22/2016

lol true say. I am suffering From a chronic sinusistist. exactly same thing happened with me. Last night I put just Three drop of TTO in my left nostril oh my God . It's too strong. My God after that my nose was like a water tap all gone gone out. Ufff Thank God Now feeling good 😊

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  Re: Diluting Methylene Blue

Fri, 24 Jun 16 12:33:45 -0500
Posted by Bob (San Francisco) on 06/23/2016

I use two drops in a shot glass of distilled or spring water.

Incline Bed Helping Neck Issues

Fri, 24 Jun 16 12:27:34 -0500
Posted by Cindy (Illinois, Usa) on 06/22/2016
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I've been sleeping on an incline for over 10 years and love it. I doubt I could sleep flat, even if I wanted to. But I just discovered something AWESOME about my inclined bed. It helped but I actually cured my indigestion, acid reflux and hiatal hernia with water- I haven't had any of the acid symptoms since I drank two glasses of water, the very first day I heard about it. That said...

I used to go to the chiropractor 2 or 3 times per year for neck problems and such but I saw an inversion table on tv and they talked about neck problems but ONE woman said that it cured her carpal tunnel - which I also had - so I got an inversion table and, sure enough, no more carpal tunnel AND no more visits to the chiropractor. They immediately bleeped out the woman's comments about carpal tunnel but I had already heard it so...but that's not the AWESOME part!

The AWESOME part is that with an inversion table, you don't have to go completely upside down to get the benefits. And because it is so big and awkward to set up and take down, I'd been procrastinating with regard to actually doing it but one day I was particularly sore and trying to figure out something I could do to relieve the soreness enough to actually wrestle the inversion table up and usable and I looked at my "inclined bed" and thought that since I don't actually have to go all the way upside down, I wondered...if I laid on it the wrong way around...would that provide some traction? And it DID!! And it was AWESOME!!

I laid with my head at the foot of the bed, rolled up in a sit up to sort of stretch out my spine. Then I put my arms straight over my head for a few seconds and stretched, then twisted my torso one way and stretched, then the other way and stretch and then I pull my knees up to my chest for just a few seconds, got up and felt like a new woman! It wa shocking!! I couldn't believe it!

So, now, after a day hunched over the keyboard, I lay the wrong way on my inclined bed and stretch. It's like a whole new life - a whole extra half a day of feeling good and sleeping good and just overall awesomeness!

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  Re: Summer Gardening by ORH

Fri, 24 Jun 16 12:23:56 -0500
Posted by Robert Henry (Ten Mile, Tn.) on 06/22/2016

HI U SUSEEQ,,,,,,,,,,,, thanks for the love. I'm a story teller as all know by now. Anyways, let me tell you why we not only grow our own vegetables, but why my Tractor Driver bakes our own bread.

Our little country church has a bread ministry. A commercial bread company in Atlanta freezes it's bread, but if they don't get it sold by a certain date then they have to destroy it. They call our church when that is about to take place. We pay for a big truck to go get this bread and our church distributes this bread through out the poor folks in East Tenn.

You would think that is a good thing. We do not eat this bread because you can set it out and it will not mold nor get rancid for months. The bread my wife bakes will mold within 10 days even though she adds Ascorbic Acid, (Vitamin C ). What that tells me is that the commercial bread is loaded with preservatives.

The leader of our program, does not understand that we may not be doing a good thing with this project. He refused to understand what I explained to him.

5 years ago I stopped shaking hands because most just wiped their nose and will pass on whatever illness they have. Thought I was going to get voted out of our little church. After 5 years, when the flu is going around, the preacher tells us not to shake hands but just wave. Dang, we don't even bump fists.

I got a feeling that some on EC think I'm a wild and strange fellow. I do have my own set of drums. I also think that our ails are mostly from eating processed food. To do otherwise, then you have to get up off your ass and most these days are not willing to do that .

Somewhere in this post is a health message.

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  Re: Iodine, Bromide, Bread and Slow Metabolism

Fri, 24 Jun 16 08:16:56 -0500
Posted by Robert Henry (Ten Mile, Tn.) on 06/23/2016

HI U MAMA TO MANY,,,,,,,,,,,,,, just checked in with my better half and she uses King Arthur flour, which you can buy at Walmart or most any store.

Don't mean to detract from folks seeking remedies for their ails on EC, but what folks eat is the root of most of our problems. That is the reason I use our garden stories to make folks think.

It seems to be working. I know you are country as I am and grow a garden yourself.

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  Re: Magnesium Chloride and Kidney Pain

Fri, 24 Jun 16 08:14:37 -0500
Posted by Steven (Tx) on 06/24/2016

I'm drinking a lot of water. Maybe there is pain because of calcification in the kidneys cause by d3 overdose? And magnesium remove this calcification?

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 Re: Seeking Natural Remedies for P ANCA Positive Vasculitis

Fri, 24 Jun 16 08:13:15 -0500
Posted by Sharon (Brush Prairie, Washington) on 06/24/2016

My husband suffers with wagner's vascullitis. Can't get much worse than that. Yes, it can..rheumatologist in our area really have little understanding of vascullitis. So they just send you to the ER when you ask them for help. Bromelaid (in pineapple), turmeric, omega xl, omega 3, all anti inflammatory agents and all natural help this inflammatory malaise. It's impossible to boost immune defense when doctors prescribe steroids to suppress immune desease . Even when vascullitis goes into remission, the body is now incapable of fighting off any and every virus, germs, and bacteria that comes down the pike. Too many specialists treat the symptoms instead of the cause . They get wealthy and you get sick.

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  Re: Magnesium L-Threonate for Essential Tremors

Fri, 24 Jun 16 08:12:32 -0500
Posted by John Schiltz (Suffolk, England) on 06/24/2016

If I take the combination, as I have posted, then, yes, there is a difference and a noticeable deterioration if I stop. Unfortunately for me, I am now on Employment Support (?) Allowance, which means that I now find it difficult to afford to take the supplements regularly. They want me to find work and my best means to that is by working from home at illustration - other options for very good reasons are limited in the extreme - however, by the very meagreness of the allowance, even that is going to prove more difficult. Personally, I think that they wish me to decrease the surplus population. The combination, personally, does not make me feel tired. The Nutrasleep, I take before bed anyway, for the GABA, but some nights, as always, I remain awake and some I fall asleep. I am however taking a maintenance dose for the tremor as opposed to a sleep aid. I don't feel drowsy the next day. One has to note that your tremor sounds worse at the outset of treatment than my own, concomitantly of course, your results, and I sincerely hope they should be positive, may be longer in coming. My very best of wishes. I do understand the importance for your soul's sake of continuing that which you love and the destruction of spirit that tremors can have. Please take care and I hope it works.

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  Re: Aloe Vera for a Rash

Fri, 24 Jun 16 08:11:35 -0500
Posted by Nancy (California) on 06/24/2016

Firstly, I would like to thanks Jill for sharing such an informative article on skin rashes. It will be of great help to me :)

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