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Comments on Milk/Sinusitis Connection

Tue, 28 Oct 14 18:26:10 -0500

Posted by Em (Fl, US) on 10/28/2014

I am so happy to have been directed to your site. So much information. The ice cream/sinusitis connection is especially interesting, since I have several friends/family members that suffer terribly with sinus trouble.

I don't have any cures but I wanted to share some information that a nurse (7th Day Adventist) told me, during a discussion about nutrition. One of her statements was so simple as to render it mind-boggling. She said:

Everyone forgets that God made MILK for baby cows!

And we wonder why, even in raw form, we can't tolerate it??

Be calm and be healthy...

Dosage Question for BV Treatment

Tue, 28 Oct 14 18:14:15 -0500

Posted by Sofie (Quincy, Massachussets) on 10/28/2014


I just got diagnosed with BV for the first time, and I was prescribed Metrogel to use once daily at night time. I'm currently on the 4th day and so far so good; the smell cleared up after the very first day and I've had no side effects other than a little clumpy discharge.

Now I'm trying to do all I can to keep this from happening ever again; I went out today and bought femdophilus, folic acid and hydrogen peroxide. My question is, when I'm completely done with the metrogel treatment, can I use the diluted peroxide solution to rinse my vagina out of leftover discharge? I ask this because I know people use this method in lieu of antibiotics, so I don't know if doing this would be overwhelming my vaginal cells.

Also, what dosage of femdophilus/folic acid would you recommend?

Thank you so much! Sofie

 Re: Blackstrap Molasses Makes a Difference for Atrial Fibrillation

Tue, 28 Oct 14 18:10:36 -0500

Posted by Bee (New York, US) on 10/28/2014


You say that the beta blocker is equal to aspirin. I have not found that the case as I wean off of it. Its been a small nightmare.. so many side effects but I did read that some people are highly allergic to this drug.. I am happy though that I got from 100 mgs. down to 25 and did it slowly but I still had side effects. This stuff has messed up some of my life. I now have nightmares, panic attacks and other things in which I never had before and no its not all in my

Now I feel I am addicted to it but I want to stop taking it.....I am on another chat board where people have had much worse things happen when they tried to get off of it.. Maybe because it was Metropolol.. who knows??

thanks for the feedback

 Re: Hydrogen Peroxide Therapy for Hemachromatosis

Tue, 28 Oct 14 18:08:45 -0500

Posted by Bob (Arkansas, US) on 10/28/2014

Dear Elena: It looks like you posted a question back in 2012 regarding H2o2 therapy for people with hemochromatosis. I can't find that post. My girlfriend has Hemochromatosis. I was hoping you may have gotten some feedback on this. I can't find info anywhere. Thank You Bob.


 Re: Kerosene and Turpentine Therapy

Tue, 28 Oct 14 17:56:13 -0500

Posted by Cheryl (Vancouver, Bc) on 10/28/2014

@Tom Qld That turpentine wouldn't be good. It has a boiling point of 145-260. In this link it says the ones with higher boiling points aren't effective for purifying the blood but may clean the large intestine. The Recochem manufacturer provides a few turpentines and the one that is the best is the Pure Turpentine Bio Option one. It has a boiling point of 150-180C. This is the one most used. If you live in Canada you can get it at Canadian Tire.

Recommends L-Lysine for Herpes

Tue, 28 Oct 14 17:51:20 -0500

Posted by L J (Los Angeles, CA) on 10/28/2014

[YEA]  Hi girls, if you want to rid yourself of Herpes, take L - Lysine...the amino acid, it cures facial cold sores and also down below..although don't take it with L Arginine. They cancel each other out, , xoxo

Can't We All Just Get Along?

Tue, 28 Oct 14 17:47:37 -0500

Posted by Robert Henry (Ten Mile, Tn) on 10/28/2014

HI U OLE BIRDS DOIN, , , , , , , , , , , ,

As Rodney King said a few years ago.... "can't we all just get along". I marvel at the harmony of people on this site and how they want to help one another. Where- as the real world is in constant turmoil. Dog eat dog. I think most on this site are in deep stuff and appreciate the kindness and support of their fellow man. I know I do.

Folks here are world wide and yet there is a bond to each other. How can this kindness be projected and the world live in tranquility?

Excuse my diatribe, ==ORH===

 Re: Remedies Needed for Atrial Fibrillation

Tue, 28 Oct 14 15:21:10 -0500

Posted by Bee (New York) on 10/28/2014

Thank you EC and everyone on the replies on Hawthorne.. I will def. try and find a low dose to start.. As far as the BSM do you drink it during the day? It has sugar so not sure about that.... I would think its the potassium and magnesium in it that helps..I do put some in my herbal teas ..

 Re: Grapefruit Seed Extract for Impetigo

Tue, 28 Oct 14 15:20:40 -0500

Posted by Susan B. (Pasadena, California) on 10/28/2014

Hi Valleygirl. Has a doctor diagnosed impetigo or have you self-diagnosed? Sounds like either staph (MRSA) or shingles infection to me. Can you describe the blisters? Painful, hot, itchy, etc. If it's a staph infection, turmeric taken twice daily will help immediately.

 Re: Electrolytes for Ear Issues

Tue, 28 Oct 14 15:19:20 -0500

Posted by Michelle (Usa) on 10/28/2014

Thank you!!! I am a 41 year old woman who has never had an ear infection before - but I started the ketogenic diet a little over a month ago & recently started having ear pain. I am extremely healthy & all I could think was... This must have something to do with electrolytes - because I started getting foot & leg cramps at the same time. Thank you so much for giving me confirmation! I've upped my dose of potassium over the past few days. I wonder if that's exacerbating the problem? I will definitely be more conscious of my magnesium supplementation. Thank you so much!! Now I just need to figure out the ideal electrolytes ratios!

 Re: Hereditary Eosinophilic Esophagitis

Tue, 28 Oct 14 15:17:22 -0500

Posted by Darby (Reno) on 10/28/2014

[NAY]  I am 39 y.o., and also have zero food allergies according to the skin prick test.

I started having daily choking, severe pain, and laryngitis at age 35... which resolved only at age 39 when I went onto an elimination (no alcohol, milk, soy, wheat, egg, nuts, fish, shellfish) diet.

I went from eosinophil count over 100 (eye-popping) to "undetectable" within 2 months. Apparently 5% of EOE sufferers are like me, and don't show allergies on the blood test. If I take 1 sip of alcohol, or 1 bite of sushi & soy sauce, I'm back to severe pain and choking within 12 hours later. Swallowed budesonide really tames the EOE down again... nothing else including fluticasone seems to even touch it.

Hope this helps.

 Re: Questions About Climate Condition Problems with Sun Gazing

Tue, 28 Oct 14 15:00:48 -0500

Posted by Om (Hope Bc Canada) on 10/28/2014

Madison (Iowa, United States)

Living in the damp ever changing climate in western Canada, sun gazing is a dream. So on better days I do it with eyes closed, directed at the sun. Even that can be, in the winter time, quite elusive.

However, there is a fabulous practice called meditation on the Inner Sun. Need one say more ? It is forever, not temporary and finite.

Problem solved. Namaste... Om

 Re: Morgellons

Tue, 28 Oct 14 14:55:28 -0500

Posted by The Hungry Ghosts (California) on 10/28/2014

It's not as contagious as you think it is. Most people aren't bothered by them. You can hug your dad. My mom comes over my apt, I've gone to people's houses.... I've ID'd the bugs as collembola and a fungus. Do you have a mold problem in your house? You have to clean though. Just toss as much stuff as you can. There's good recommendations on and

 Re: Grapefruit Seed Extract for Impetigo

Tue, 28 Oct 14 14:54:04 -0500

Posted by Valleygirl (Kansas) on 10/28/2014

Wondering how things ended up for you. I am dealing with this on my leg...I'm thankful I can hide it....but I am a runner and this is limiting anyways. I got the GSE yesterday and am using it directly on the sore and also taking it internally. It's only been 24 hours and I've put it on maybe 4 times so far. I was hoping for a quick change but I fear the small blisters are still spread out. I have to keep getting bigger and bigger gauze to keep it covered. I don't want to start antibiotics but I fear it's getting out of hand. It's been a month already but I just recently figured out what it was. This was from a bug bite gone bad. If someone could tell me the stages of might help me to know if I am on the right track or not. I feel so hopeless!

 Re: Turpentine, Lugols, Borax Water Time Distance Apart

Tue, 28 Oct 14 14:52:51 -0500

Posted by Silversurfer (Washington,dc) on 10/28/2014

Thanks again for the prompt response, Bill. I was actually thinking the same exact thing yesterday after I took the Turps/CO. Its always a great confirmation hearing it from you. I will also heed the advice about the Lugols/Borax time frame with myself and clients.

Yesterday, I took the 1 tspn turps/1 tablespoon CO. I wouldn't necessarily call it gentle! I was amazed at its rapid effect (Without pain... It just encouraged the clearance). There were no immediate effects and the taste was much more mild than I was expecting. It applied fairly strong laxative effects after about 4 hours. I was passing totally liquid stools and what came out was just incredible (Sorry for being graphic). Keep in mind that I have been on Alkalizing/LI/Borax Water/Pau D'arko/Molybdenum and many supporting nutrients for about 4 weeks now prior (militantly). I also had run another more primitive version of a candida protocol for 2 weeks before that.

I passed large amounts of white spots after the Turps/CO last night. I am almost certain that they were candida and/or biofilms. I felt almost immediately noticeably better and I can tell that I was able to clear large amounts of hyphae from my intestines. I felt the areas in my intestines this morning. Almost like a tenderness after you clean a cut if that makes any sense. In a good way though. No intense pain at all. By 12 oclock today there was no sensation there. Like my intestines were starting to heal themselves. I feel that the candida/parasites/etc had drilled deeply into the intestinal walls and I was experiencing the first bought of clearing.

I had a feeling after you answered some questions previously about the middle and bottom gut still housing large amounts pathogens in my system even after using the other parts of the protocol. This was a great confirmation and I am feeling better and better as today goes on. I can't wait to see the effects after weeks/months of usage. I plan on waiting 2 days and then resuming 1 day on 1 day off. I feel that my body could use the extra day after the initial release.

Anyways. Have a great day!

 Re: Remedies Needed for Atrial Fibrillation

Tue, 28 Oct 14 13:59:42 -0500

Posted by Pat (Pa, US) on 10/28/2014

To Joan (South Riding): I, too have started the BS Molasses with what seem to be good results for my 'afib'. I wonder what it is in that stuff??? I really hate the taste, though I drink it faithfully lately. I had started Hawthorn about a month ago. Don't know if that is helping too! Thanks for letting us know!

 Re: Questions About Climate Condition Problems with Sun Gazing

Tue, 28 Oct 14 13:56:54 -0500

Posted by Madison (Iowa, United States) on 10/28/2014

I am very interested in trying this but I, too, am a person who lives in an ever-changing climate so what do you suggest for the winter months when I can not be barefoot against the soil? Also with the overcast days...sometimes, here, it is overcast with clouds all day long, what should I do in this case? Lastly, what if I were to miss a day for whatever I start where I left off previously or would I have to start over? I think the what if's need to be answered on this topic. I am very motivated to begin this practice but I have so many questions that are scenario-specific.

 Re: Remedies Needed for Atrial Fibrillation

Tue, 28 Oct 14 13:53:01 -0500

Posted by Pat (Pa, US) on 10/28/2014

Try the blackstrap molasses (a good source of potassium, MG and iron) and it definitely helped me! Also started supplementing hawthorne and taurine. I think it takes a few weeks, but the bs molasses worked almost immediately. Good luck.

 Re: Apple Cider Vinegar for Swollen Lymph Nodes

Tue, 28 Oct 14 13:50:23 -0500

Posted by Jennifer (Troy, Michigan) on 10/28/2014

This is one of my top 50 posts :)

Firstly, I will be trying the remedy today as I am in pain with swollen glands and I am hoping for relief.

Secondly, I see both sides.. somewhat but have to say I side with "just leave the grammar be when it has nothing to do with a critical issue".


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