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Dandelion and Other Remedies for Seborrheic Dermatitis

Tue, 24 Mar 15 08:26:08 -0500
Posted by James (Las Vegas, Nv) on 03/23/2015

[YEA]  Dandelion & Other Remedies for Seborrheic Dermatitis:

I've had SD for about 9 months now and over the last 6 weeks have really gotten it under control to where it's not noticeable. My symptoms got extremely bad (months 5-7) - very red / flaky face & chest and bad dandruff. I was really bummed when ACV didn't work for me as that seems to be the cure for so many others (ACV and hydrogen peroxide did a great job removing flakes on my scalp but neither helped facial or chest redness etc.).

I've been doing numerous things to help the condition so it's hard to point to one thing as 'the cure' but if I had to I would probably list dandelion as helping the most. I've detailed my current regimen below (note: I went ~5 weeks no meat, no dairy, no wheat, no sweets and saw a bit of improvement but things really started improving when I added in other supplements & products):

Diet ('Shakes' & 'Meals')

Shakes: Plant based protein powder, chia seeds, flaxseed. Usually breakfast and throughout the day if hungry.

Meals: Vegetables (Broccoli, caulifower, carrots, squash, onion etc.) eaten with hummus (usually melt non-dairy cheese on top for flavor), sometimes I'll add small portion of ahi tuna.

I was a big meat eater and have a huge sweet tooth so it's been tough but those items aren't worth a bright red face to me. Diet is probably pretty extreme, I'm starting to add back items and see how they affect my condition.

Supplements:

Dandelion: Mine is root, leaf and flower. Take 40 drops 2-3 times a day between meals (Brand: herb pharm).

Glutamine: Right when I wake up I drink a glass of water, wait 15 mins, take serving of glutamine and don't eat for 20-30 mins. I don't know how big of an impact glutamine has had, I read it worked for someone else so I've been doing it.

Enzymes: Taken with every meal (Brand: garden of life).

Multi-vitamin: Taken as directed (garden of life).

Probiotic: Taken as directed (garden of life).

Green superfood drinks: I drink occasionally (Brand: amazing grass).

Omega-3's: Just started taking this once a day (Brand: Ovega-3).

Skin Products:

Soap: Dandruff shampoo bar (Brand: round tree organics)

Shampoo: Burdock & neem healthy scalp shampoo (Brand: 100% pure)

Conditioner: Burdock & neem healthy scalp conditioner (Brand: 100% pure)

I used to shower twice a day, now I only shower at night. Make sure to really rub in the shampoo using fingertips & nails, may notice some hairloss at first but it would have fallen out anyways.

Face: Calcium bentonite detox clay powder. Use 2 nights a week. (Brand: living clay)

Face: Facial seborrheic dermatitis lotion stick. Applied in morning and at night. (Brand: derm-essentials)

Scalp: Oil for SD from derm-essentials. After I shower at night I mix with a small bit of coconut oil and apply to scalp / hair. (Brand: derm-essentials)

Scalp: In the morning I quickly rinse hair and apply a SMALL bit of coconut oil and may reapply throughout the day.

Some of these products are exclusive to the brand, others it probably doesn't matter what brand you use.

General lifestyle: I make an effort to sit in the sun each day even if for only 10-15 minutes and I also workout regularly (Male, age 27).

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 Re: Burning Mouth Syndrome and Sore Throat

Tue, 24 Mar 15 08:14:26 -0500
Posted by Gayle (Tiffin, Oh) on 03/23/2015

Yes, yes, yes. Burning Mouth Syndrome can be in the throat as well. For me, I get it all over my mouth and at the top of my throat and even lower sometimes. (adam's apple) Mine has just come back again after about a year an a half of probably 90% relief. I have had good luck with alpha lipoic acid. I am not certain as to why the flare up. It is hard to tell if there is an underlying throat infection or just the BMS. Even though I feel a bit feverish, I am leaning toward just the BMS because it is better in the morning and gets worse in the evenings. Good luck with all of this.

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 Re: So Called 'Colon Implants' VERY DANGEROUS

Tue, 24 Mar 15 07:31:34 -0500
Posted by Bill (San Fernando, Philippines) on 03/24/2015

Hi Timh...I did read about the fecal transplant pill awhile ago and I'm all for it. Interesting that it works on the same principle as the fecal transplant except that you take it by mouth with less fuss and expense than via the other end. This pill contains particularly beneficial fecal bacteria -- not probiotic bacteria necessarily -- and that's why the researchers are calling it an Ecobiotic.

As I've said, if this ecobiotic pill helps to cure candida and incurable C. diff as well as other significant gut problems then that's a useful invention which will likely help to end gut disease and misery for many sick people.

I have also found out that Ecobiotics is not so simple as probiotics. Here is some further description, in greater detail, on this interesting subject:

Microbial Ecobiotics -- The Body is not A Machine

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 Health Cleansing

Tue, 24 Mar 15 03:08:14 -0500
Posted by Timh (KY) on 03/24/2015

-ORH-

Sorry to not respond w/ a good post, don't have to much wherewithal right now; hoping to get back at it very soon.

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 Re: So Called 'Colon Implants' VERY DANGEROUS

Tue, 24 Mar 15 00:21:06 -0500
Posted by Bill (San Fernando, Philippines) on 03/24/2015

Hi Oscar...I'm not sure if anyone really agrees with you in this post stream about the dangers of "injecting poop" into the colon. Not sure who you are referring to.

I certainly don't agree with your viewpoint and opinions on this subject.

Please read my last post again. Carefully.

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 Re: So Called 'Colon Implants' VERY DANGEROUS

Mon, 23 Mar 15 22:02:21 -0500
Posted by Rsw (Uniontown, Oh) on 03/23/2015

http://www.healthline.com/health-news/pill-for-fecal-transplants-081914#2

Hi Bill and Oscar,

Saw this recently when I was researching this subject for a friend whose son has been given two years to live before the drugs he has been given for ulcerative colitis destroys his liver. It looks promising! Hope this may give an alternative, and the research continues to find uses for other diseases.

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 Re: Zapper Feedback

Mon, 23 Mar 15 21:59:09 -0500
Posted by Prioris (Fl., US) on 03/23/2015

Here is a link to an article that gives an overview of many electronic health devices

http://www.electroherbalism.com/Bioelectronics/IntroductiontoBioelectronics/ZappersandOtherGizmos.htm

The electroherbalism website is a good starting place to find information

http://www.electroherbalism.com/

Cabbage Juice for an Ulcer

Mon, 23 Mar 15 21:55:56 -0500
Posted by Schwabbie (So Cal., US) on 03/23/2015

[YEA]  Cabbage Juice for Ulcer:

The cabbage juice worked for me in 2 days. Problem is keeping up with it. Its easy to do on the weekends when I am home, but when I am at work it's not so easy. And yes the pain will go away, but you still need to keep taking it otherwise the pain comes back. I am going to try juicing before or after work and using the glutamine powder during the day when I am at work.

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 Re: So Called 'Colon Implants' VERY DANGEROUS

Mon, 23 Mar 15 21:53:51 -0500
Posted by Oscar (Syracuse, New York) on 03/23/2015

This warning about " colon implants " has gotten confused with helpful coffee enemas and other such stuff. That was never my intention.

My warning and concern is about people injecting other people`s poop into their colons. I always try and be very clear. I do not see how I could have been more clear about this.

I am happy to know that the other responder agrees with me about said dangers....Oscar

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 Re: DMSO/Glutathione for Cataracts

Mon, 23 Mar 15 21:52:41 -0500
Posted by Robert Henry (Ten Mile, Tn.) on 03/23/2015

YEP, , , , , , , , that will work. =====ORH=====


EC: Thanks.

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 Re: Having Menopause Symptoms, Can I Still Conceive?

Mon, 23 Mar 15 21:51:43 -0500
Posted by Charity (Faithville, Us) on 03/23/2015

Please read the "What your doctor may not tell you" books by Dr. John Lee ...OBGYN, all about using natural progesterone creams and balancing hormones.

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 Re: So Called 'Colon Implants' VERY DANGEROUS

Mon, 23 Mar 15 21:49:13 -0500
Posted by Oscar (Syracuse, New York) on 03/23/2015

I am glad you agree with me regarding so called " colon implants ". My posting was NOT a response in case you missed that.

I discussed the dangerous so called " colon implants ". I did NOT confuse it with all the coffee enemas and such. I was ONLY discussing people injecting other people`s poop into their colons and was clear about that....Oscar

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 Re: Suffering With Facial Fungus

Mon, 23 Mar 15 21:48:13 -0500
Posted by Indigogirl (California, US) on 03/23/2015

Try Absorbine Jr. Apply 4 times per day. It will dry out and kill the fungus. Take a break from the essential oils, which are too potent and will overwhelm your immune system. Instead moisturize with Emu Oil. Read Bill Thompson's book on Candida on how to rid your body of systemic fungal infections.

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 Re: Has Anyone Found a Cure for Chronic Blepharitis?

Mon, 23 Mar 15 21:46:35 -0500
Posted by Amy (California, US) on 03/23/2015

Jerry, I had really bad blepharitis and the only thing that helped was MSM pills. I started by taking 2 capsules/pills 3-4 times a day and then after a few weeks I took it 2 times a day and now I just take it 1 time a day in the morning on an empty stomach. Each pill is 1000mg, so you're taking 2000mg at a time. You can just get the CVS or Rite Aide brand. Also, my blepharitis was allergy related, so this treatment worked for me. Good luck!

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 Re: So Called 'Colon Implants' VERY DANGEROUS

Mon, 23 Mar 15 20:13:19 -0500
Posted by Bill (San Fernando, Philippines) on 03/23/2015

Hi Oscar...I think that your fears about fecal transplants are unfounded. Obviously, if you decide to have a fecal transplant then you would go to a reputable health professional who would then fully test the donor's blood and feces for diseases like Hep B, Hep C, AIDS etc before transplanting the feces. This is really just common sense and is also part and parcel of the scientific method in transplant medicine to ensure safety to the recipient. What's more -- you should already know this fact. And if the feces and blood are indeed clear and healthy, then they would normally proceed with the fecal transplant.

Do you have a problem with this common scientific method for safety? Or do you think that it is inadequate?

Personally, I think that some allopathic health professional are pretty dumb -- but they not that dumb because they always, always test before they transplant anything into another person's body.

I've also read great things where people have been cured of many diseases of the gut -- including candida -- using fecal transplants from a healthy donor.

What you should also bear in mind is that your unqualified(no evidence) advice might just prevent a person from doing a fecal transplant. That could also mean no cure for his candida. And you'responsible for that. All because of your knee-jerk opinion about fecal transplants.

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 Question for Bill on Serrapeptase and Candida

Mon, 23 Mar 15 18:44:05 -0500
Posted by Bill (San Fernando, Philippines) on 03/23/2015

Hi Cindy...If you want to get rid of candida biofilm then you should use a product like Theramedix or Candidase. These not only contain serrapeptase to get rid of biofilm but they also contain active hemicellulase enzymes. The serrapeptase will dissolve biofilms and expose the candida while the hemicellulase enzyme reduces excess intestinal mucus and dissolves candida cell walls(made of chitin) thus killing the candida.

With turpentine it is even easier. Turpentine is a paint thinner which means it dissolves polymers. Candida attaches its biofilms to the host using polymers. So that's why turpentine is easily able to dissolve candida polymers and so detach and remove the boifilm from the host cells. What's more, turpentine kills candida as well as killing a wide range of other pathogen species. This action by turpentine applies mainly to the biofilms in the intestines.

Just take the recommended dosages given on the bottle. See here and here for the dosages of Candidase and Theramedix respectively.

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 Re: Urine for Cataracts

Mon, 23 Mar 15 17:59:45 -0500
Posted by Festus (Abeokuta, Ogun, Nigeria) on 03/23/2015

How do I apply urine to the eyes to cure cataract and how often?

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 Re: DMSO/Glutathione for Cataracts

Mon, 23 Mar 15 17:59:13 -0500
Posted by Robert Henry (Ten Mile, Tn.) on 03/23/2015

HI U J, , , , , , , , , your eye doctor does not believe in this because he makes more money by installing a new lens. You have to get a prescription from any MD and have it filled by a compounding pharmacist. I used the one from Dr Robert Rowan's news letter. It did contain DMSO, Glutathione and Vit C, but I forgot the %. Go to his site and see if it's still available. I did post this on EC so it's in their files somers, which is Southern for somewhere.

========ORH===========


EC: Hi J and ORH, this might be the formula, on this page. ORH, can you confirm this is what you had compounded? I'm sure a lot will be interested.

http://www.earthclinic.com/cures/cataracts2.html

Posted by Ron (Platteville, Colorado Usa) on 07/29/2011

[YEA] Get rid of cataracts without surgery.

Just have the eye doctor call the nearest compounding pharmacy and ask for the following formulation. DMSO 6.25% Glutathione 1.25% Vitamin C 1.25%.

Question for Bill on Serrapeptase and Candida

Mon, 23 Mar 15 17:35:40 -0500
Posted by Cindy (Usa) on 03/23/2015

Hi bill, I have been reading about serrapeptase being good to dissolve ear-system and urinary tract biofilm as seen on this site: http://www.ra-infection-connection.com/biofilmstutorial.htm

I was wondering if/how you would recommend taking it? Thanks for now.

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