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 Re: Colloidal Silver: Need to Replenish Internal Flora

Thu, 25 Sep 14 18:29:14 -0500

Posted by Dave (Fountain Inn, Sc) on 09/25/2014

Hello Kathy,

Sorry so long in responding...

It is not too late to use CS and DMSO as a poultice. I'm of the opinion that the virus is still alive. If it goes a long time without being killed, and if this happens one might have nerve damage.

So to kill the virus, I use DMSO (google; Dr. Jacobs 60 minutes DMSO ... for a three part analysis).

Take six tablespoons of colloidal silver and mix 50/50 with the DMSO and let that soak into a white paper towel and apply to face at side where the Palsey is at work.

Hold for twenty minutes. Repeat a day later.

Nerve damage might be present but the cause will be eliminated. I also take AEP to help with nerve damage. To apply topically, I crush up three Calcium AEP tablets and apply two tablespoons of DMSO and two tablespoons to the AEP and make into a paste. Apply. The DMSO will carry the AEP into the effected area and in my opinion help rebuild the damaged nerve.

You can order the CS on the internet.

You can order good DMSO from Dr. Jacobs site. He has a lab that now sells it.

Lyme Disease

Thu, 25 Sep 14 17:43:15 -0500

Posted by Anne (Windsor, Ontario) on 09/25/2014

I believe I have had lyme disease (ld) for 4 years. The test from Igenex said I came in contact with the disease although I can't get a firm diagnosis, at least not from any doctor here. I never had the rash but I have a bruise on my back that I've had for at least two and a half years now. I had a lot of the symptoms attributed to ld following a night where I woke up with flu like symtoms. Since then I've been to Jamaica and was bit by sand fleas. These bites come and go. I don't know if that's because of the lyme or not. I am currently taking pre and probiotics, enzyme supplements, omega 3, b12, d3, and I recently started sarsapirilla, cat's claw and lysine. If anyone has any other suggestions I would really appreciate them. The biggest problem I have right now is inflammation in my joints.

Practical Help for Diarrhea

Thu, 25 Sep 14 17:40:01 -0500

Posted by Frankie (Chattanooga Tn) on 09/25/2014

[YEA]  Reading some of the posts on how to eliminate or manage GI problems I wanted to put my 2 cents in.

I have been managing my GI problems now for over a decade; going to two different GI doctors and being told there is nothing wrong that it is just stress. There are times that doctors can't fix you so you have to do it yourself.

I have tried prescriptions from the doctors, activate charcoal, Aloe Juice, OTC and none of it is a true fix. Either I feel more dehydrated or backed up; the activated charcoal messed with my life saving medications. I have had my gallbladder removed, doctors thought that was the problem.

I have found one simple thing that works. The old saying of an apple a day keeps the doctor away. It's true! As long as I eat one apple a day I don't have diarrhea or painful cramps. It doesn't matter the type of apple, I do change them up so I can have a bit of variety. Apples have pectin, which will help bind better than Prevalite powder, and apples taste way better.

I am not saying don't take the prescriptions your doctor say to take but try a apple a day. I have found that for me if I limit how much onions, garlic, tomatoes, and greasy foods I eat it helps. But on my cheat day and I get fried chicken I make sure I eat at least two apples.

By eating a apple a day I was able to cut out 3 medications; I do have breakthrough days but it is only if I don't eat apples or went over broad on the fried chicken.

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 Re: Severe COPD and Bill Munro's H202 Inhalation Method

Thu, 25 Sep 14 17:38:11 -0500

Posted by Robert (Arnaudville, La) on 09/25/2014

Thanks to all that gave some feedback. I need much at this time as I am experimenting and confident there is help out there. Shortness of breath and pounding of the heart is something I never considered would happen to me. But two years ago I was given a rubber mattress and I washed it very good, wrapped it in visqueen, sprayed inside the visqueen with flea and bed bug poison and left it in the hot sun. Later I brought it in and in my sleep I knocked over the spray poison can. The tip broke off and I inhaled a good deal of the poison. This is all I can think of that could have caused my breathing problem. Thereafter I started getting weak and had difficulty doing many things. At first I could walk 100 feet, then 75 feet then 30 feet and now I can walk 25 feet but I pay the price. I seem to have a severe breathing problem as no other. Just turning over in bed causes my heart to beat very fast. It is scary but when it levels out it feel great. OK! I tried all the prescribed stuff in the Doctor's crystal ball and I'm no better. so I'm on a quest to find an alternative treatment. The last 90 days was very intolerable. Before that I could function. Now! How long can I last like this? Have any lasted very long using HP? I have no choice but to use HP as albuterol, predersone and all the sprayers are a waste of time and money. So far HP is the best in my opinion. Yes! 3% is too strong in a nebulizer but fine in a midst sprayer. I even use some in my CPAP and oxygen concentrator. I am also taking high doses of powdered vitamin c. and occasionally a diatomaceous earth cleanse. My lungs are scarred but I'm not convinced that they cannot be restored some. My feet are starting to swell. Please post your results that relate to my cause. Thanks.

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 Re: Alzheimer's and Aluminum

Thu, 25 Sep 14 17:12:59 -0500

Posted by Love,joy,peace,harmony&gratitude2all! (USA) on 09/25/2014

Have you considered glass cookware? Check out Amazon.com where they feature glass stovetop and glass ovenware. We use a glass kettle to boil water for tea. Corningware might also be an option.

Let us know what you come up with when you find a solution. All the best to you!

Turmeric for Folliculitis

Thu, 25 Sep 14 17:11:36 -0500

Posted by Droditisnj (Florida) on 09/25/2014

[YEA]  Greetings! My name is Daniel I am a 22 year old male. This summer of 2014 I acquired what I initially believed to be an ingrown hair on my left kneecap, from wearing neoprene (wetsuit material) pants while kayaking. After popping, pulling, wiping, cleaning and drying, all to no avail, I reasoned otherwise. The ingrown hairs seemed to be multiplying in a localized area, more pustules were popping up no matter how much anti-septic & anti-bacterial I applied. It even spread to my right kneecap at one point.

I self diagnosed the condition as folliculitis based on extensive research and comparison with many, more serious (in my opinion) conditions. I do recommend seeing a physician, if you've got the time/money, but ONLY for tissue analysis, not for what they will prescribe you.

After finding this site and reading up on natural remedies, I began applying a mixture of Vitamin E + Turmeric Spice to the area, letting it aerate for a few minutes, then covering it to prevent staining everything my knee touched. This did calm the inflammation, itchiness, pain and pustules but did not elicit the reactions defeat. What did it in, was my consumption of turmeric in raw form, and in store-bought (spice) form.

After tolerating the condition for about 3 months, I've been actively pursuing this natural cure for the latter 2 weeks. The localized area on my left knee is drying, the pain, itchiness and inflammation is gone... I am finally healing completely.

Thank you Earthclinic and all it's knowledgable members!

TURMERIC WORKS!

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 Re: Black Peppercorns for Hemorrhoids

Thu, 25 Sep 14 16:41:48 -0500

Posted by Bashir (Kano, Nigeria) on 09/25/2014

Pls am in Nigeria. Where can someone get black pepper corn? Am really troubled. Tnx

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 Re: Apple Cider Vinegar Chemistry

Thu, 25 Sep 14 15:43:48 -0500

Posted by Balan (Hyderabad, India) on 09/25/2014

Dear, don't bother to that extent, it is not alcohol, the process is fermentation, don't club with alcohol, people are consuming urine for survival.

Supplements/Remedies to Help Bleeding from PCOS?

Thu, 25 Sep 14 15:40:45 -0500

Posted by Anita (Greenbush, MN) on 09/25/2014

Hi. I was wondering what I could take if I bleed every single day from PCOS. I'm on vitex, a multivitamin, and fish oil right now. Thanks

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 Re: Topical Applications of Epsom Salts

Thu, 25 Sep 14 15:39:26 -0500

Posted by Yuen (Singapore) on 09/25/2014

Try using a spray bottle with hot epsom salt solution and spray down whole body in the shower.

Help Requested for Stingy Hot Skin

Thu, 25 Sep 14 15:38:43 -0500

Posted by Susie Tan (Tutong, Brunei) on 09/25/2014

It's hot where I live from 9am to about 5:45pm. I am hot and sweat a lot. As a result, I catch a cold. I can't stand hot shower everyday too. I feel weak, tired, even to talk. My skin is stingy hot near sunlight. Does the skin suppose to be prickly stingy when one has a cold? What to do?

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 Re: Triphala and Turmeric for Chalazion

Thu, 25 Sep 14 15:10:06 -0500

Posted by Samadhi (Morehead City, Nc) on 09/25/2014

Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful knowledge. I hope to apply it for my husband. I love Ayurveda!

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 Re: Treatment for Fibroids

Thu, 25 Sep 14 15:08:56 -0500

Posted by Oliver (Georgia) on 09/25/2014

[YEA]  Hello, what is burnt Castrol bean and alligator pepper? Where do you get this from? Thanks

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 Re: Apple Cider Vinegar for Pterygiums

Thu, 25 Sep 14 15:06:41 -0500

Posted by Nisamani (Cebu) on 09/25/2014

What does it mean if you say, you started using ACV ( with the mother)? I was diagnosed with pinguela over a year ago, and this leads to pterygium now. I am really worried about this. I would try this ACV in the future. Thanks

EC: ACV = Apple Cider Vinegar

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 Re: Alzheimer's and Aluminum

Thu, 25 Sep 14 15:06:09 -0500

Posted by Hj (New York) on 09/25/2014

Can you or anyone reading this suggest good and safe types of cookware. It looks like every set of cookware has aluminum in it. Even ceramic will have nonstick coating which is also dangerous. I thought cast iron was the answer, but I read here that iron is a problem as well. I have even read that stainless steel is a problem, and that it doesn't even really exist except as just a brand name. Please help. Everything around us is either aluminum or plastic. What material/brand is safe to use? If you cannot mention a brand name, please include a link where I can purchase safe cookware and supplies. Thanks in advance.

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 Re: Hypnotherapy Cured Smoking Addiction

Thu, 25 Sep 14 15:05:46 -0500

Posted by Loraine (Orlando) on 09/25/2014

Hi Maria....can hydrotherapy work for people with alcohol addiction? Thank you in advance for a prompt response....

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 Re: Turmeric for Saddle Sore Boils

Thu, 25 Sep 14 15:04:53 -0500

Posted by Eli (Bklyn) on 09/25/2014

Did you apply it topically or put a tablespoon in hot water and drink it like tea? And how long before your saddle sores healed?

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 Re: Eliminating the DMSO Smell

Thu, 25 Sep 14 15:04:01 -0500

Posted by Jeanie (Ca) on 09/25/2014

I'm sorry it sounded confusing. I use a cotton ball to apply the DMSO to my skin. Now I just add a drop or two of peppermint essential oil to the wet cotton ball. I have never used DMSO internally so I do not know how that would work.

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 Re: Feedback on Thrush and Apple Cider Vinegar

Thu, 25 Sep 14 14:54:09 -0500

Posted by Ladyliza (Los Angeles) on 09/25/2014

Never, ever drink vinegar straight! It will burn your esophagus and may cause a lot of damage, not to mention it will take the protective layer right off your teeth. Always dilute it with water. You might even need a 50/50 portion.


 

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