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Re: Moringa for Hyperthyroidism
Fri, 25 Jul 14 14:37:36 -0500

[YEA]  07/25/2014: Alyssa from Boston, MA: "I have Hyperthyroidism and Moringa has helped me to feel very calm and sleep well. I have not gotten my levels re-checked or anything, just feel a LOT better! I also have been getting my periods longer, something that is shortened when I get a hyperthyroid episode. I read this about Moringa:

http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/764938_2

Moringa oleifera leaf extract has been observed to decrease the conversion of T4 to T3 in female but not in male adult Swiss rats, therefore increasing the T4/T3 ratio, [7] indicating a potential use for therapy of hyperthyroidism"

Re: Oil Pulling
Fri, 25 Jul 14 12:50:48 -0500

07/25/2014: Tracy from Washington State, US: "I have had terrible problems with teeth and gums since childhood. As an adult it is too expensive to get all the repair work done. So I heard about the oil pulling and thought why not, it can only help. I have been cooking with the high quality organic coconut oil for a year now, so I have some on hand. I tried a tsp this morning because I was afraid it would make me want to gag. But I was surprised it didn't..it did the "pulling" while showering. Which was kind of like patting your head and rubbing your tummy..had to concentrate. So I will do this each morning now to see how it works. It certainly isn't going to hurt anything."

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  Re: Researching Drug Interactions
Fri, 25 Jul 14 12:47:00 -0500

07/25/2014: Lilac from Northern Usa: "Leslie, it seems to me that you can try anything you read about if you first check with your pharmacist or physician to make sure there will not be any negative interactions with something you are already taking. Typically the mainline physicians are not familiar with natural remedies, so they may not be able to give you any advice about them. However, they may be able to advise you if there are contraindications with any drugs you may be taking, and certainly a pharmacist could advise you about that. After all this is a big part of a pharmacist's job, and they have the resources to look up these things. The WebMD site also lists interactions, so you might check there, too. By the way my sister is a neurologist, and I know she's big on fish oil. She recommends it for her patients and she takes it herself. She like most physicians is strong on evidence-based medicine (double-blind studies); so she would not be taking and recommending fish oil unless the studies backed it up. On the government website you can look up the results of studies--yes, even for natural remedies, the kind discussed here. See http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/"

Re: Hydrogen Peroxide for Prostate Cancer and More
Fri, 25 Jul 14 09:14:25 -0500

[YEA]  07/25/2014: Bob from California: "I used the 35% (drops in a glass of water), drank it according to "Benefits of drinking Hydrogen Peroxide, " by Dr. Williams. It cured my Prostate cancer. Also relieved my arthritis and joint pain."

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  Re: Help for Depression
Fri, 25 Jul 14 09:13:21 -0500

07/25/2014: Mama To Many from Tennessee: "Dear Dave,

I, too, am so sorry for your loss.

I and many here at EC so appreciate your love and friendship and hate to see you hurting.

I love John and the Psalms, too.

You are in my prayers.

~Mama to Many~"

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  Re: Hydrogen Peroxide for MRSA
Fri, 25 Jul 14 09:08:08 -0500

07/25/2014: Mama To Many from Tennessee: "Dear Robert Henry,

What a sad story. I am so sorry for that boy.

I too have seen people suffer and not be willing to try something that is safe and easy because it seems, well, ridiculous to them. But I know you know that you can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink. I don't know if pushing the issue will help. I have taken natural things to sick people and they don't even try them. Or take one dose of whatever and decide it doesn't work.

I know you have the best interest of other's at heart.

~Mama to Many~"

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  Re: Periwinkle
Fri, 25 Jul 14 09:07:39 -0500

07/25/2014: Qoolmama from Mobile, AL: "Diane, that is because they are in with the pharmaceutical companies. They get incentives for pushing to drugs. Big business - big money. That is why they scare people away from herbal remedies."

Re: MMS And HCG Diet
Fri, 25 Jul 14 09:03:22 -0500

07/25/2014: Mary from Saskchewan, CA: "Hi does anyone have any idea how using MMS would react or not with the HCG diet which I will be starting shortly? Does anyone have any experience with that. It seems to me that the incredible rate at which fat is lost in this diet would put a strain on the liver. I want to support the liver by neutralizing toxins and helping the liver cope with this task.

Thanks, Mary"

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  Re: Ginger for Nausea
Fri, 25 Jul 14 09:00:33 -0500

07/25/2014: Kt from Usa: "A nutrition almanac declares ginger is good to use for nausea and vomiting. I would think it is safer than alcohol. It is also reported to kill salmonella and contains an antidepressant ingredient."

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  Re: Natural Remedies
Fri, 25 Jul 14 09:00:05 -0500

07/25/2014: Mama To Many from Tennessee: "Dear Cindy,

I have wondered about that, too. I have made and used Black Walnut Tincture but do not know how much iodine it has in it compared to Lugol's. Down the road I may try substituting the tincture for Lugol's and see how much it takes to keep me feeling well. (If I stop Lugol's I get hypo thyroid symptoms.) I like the idea of being able to make my own iodine should it become difficult to obtain on the economy. Also, I like to find ways to keep natural health solutions as inexpensive and accessible as possible, so that one's income does not affect whether or not they obtain health solutions.

I know when I have peeled black walnuts the hulls have stained my hands a lot. And it looks like a lot of iodine. I just don't know how to find out the actual content.

~Mama to Many~"

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  Re: Contaminated Methylene Blue
Fri, 25 Jul 14 08:54:45 -0500

07/25/2014: Chickkie from Chelmsford, Ma: "I found out the hard way. Methylene blue is sometimes deliberately contaminated with arsenic, possibly to prevent us from benefiting from a safe effective product. The type I bought had a warning label not to be used in food producing fish. I called the store I bought it from, they said it did not have arsenic. This was a lie.

I suffered greatly from severe arsenic poisoning. I wish there was a way to be sure the source was pure, because aside from the arsenic, methylene blue was great stuff."

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  Re: Info Needed on Using Hydrogen Peroxide
Fri, 25 Jul 14 08:52:20 -0500

07/25/2014: Chenani from Aurora, Co: "to Peter from Slate Hill, NY

What grade of H202 are you using?

How much are you spraying on your face?

What is the ratio or mixture of H202 / water you are using?"

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  Re: Mama's Sports Injury Smoothie Recipe
Fri, 25 Jul 14 08:50:05 -0500

07/25/2014: Mama To Many from Tennessee: "Good morning!

I made my green comfrey/turmeric smoothie this morning and added some mint leaves - a couple of tablespoons. (Fresh.) I could have added more. I like mint. But it does improve the flavor some, if you like mint, that is.

My shoulder is feeling improved this morning. I won't go suggesting that this smoothie will cure rotator issues overnight. I suspect my strain/injury/whatever was quite mild in the scheme of things. (Rotator cuff injuries are dreadful and the recovery from surgery (if you get to that point) is brutal.)

By the way, the only critical ingredients were the comfrey, turmeric, pepper and milk kefir. Bananas could be used instead of cucumber. (One banana.) And I would leave out the nutritional yeast if I used banana. Whole milk or some water with a teaspoon of coconut oil could be substituted for the milk kefir.

Have a great day!

~Mama to Many~"

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  Re: Dosage for Apple Cider Vinegar for Polymyalgia Rheumatica
Fri, 25 Jul 14 08:47:32 -0500

07/25/2014: Nancie from Escondido, Ca Usa: "How much apple cider vinegar do I take and how often for Polymyalgia Rheumatica?"

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  Re: Help for Depression
Fri, 25 Jul 14 08:45:53 -0500

07/24/2014: Lilac from Northern Usa: "Dave, I'm sorry about your loss. Thank you for the tip to read Psalms and John. I will try that. Those books are elevating.

It also helps me to feel in touch with God when I contemplate the immensity of the cosmos. When your blues come knocking, contemplate the famous photo called "Pale Blue Dot." You can find it online. It puts your issues in perspective.

I'm not familiar with using gold. I never ran across any information on it. I do have much experience with Valerian. It works excellently for sleep. However if used regularly, Valerian can bring on depression. So I use it only as needed.

If you want to use your computer at night, just block the blue light waves that emanate from the screen. You can do that by wearing amber-lens glasses or covering your screen with an amber lens. (I got cheap amber goggles on Amazon, but pricier glasses are also sold for this purpose.) If you google "blue light waves and sleep, " you should find out much about this topic. I read an excellent book on the topic that you can get on Amazon: GREAT SLEEP! REDUCED CANCER! By Richard L. Hansler, Ph.D. The new energy-saver light bulbs that are everywhere now have more of these blue waves than the older incandescent bulbs, so they too are a problem, as is the light from cell phones. If you look up "Insomnia" here on the earthclinic site, there is an entry called "Block Blue Light, " that will tell you what you need to know.

Recently I came across information that Vitamin C is needed for the body to make neurotransmitters that are important for overcoming depression. Consequently I am now also trying a high dose of Vitamin C. Here is the quote which I found for Vitamin C made from tapioca:

"Vitamin C inhibits candida and promotes wound and gut healing. This vitamin is also important in the biosynthesis of carnitine, serotonin, and certain neurotransmitters, including norephinephrine."

I regret those feelings of desolation you have, and I will think about you. I hope that, day by day, your desolation will fade and joy and wellbeing will visit. Your new beginning may be just around the corner, and something of great value may replace your loss."

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  Re: Ankylosing Spondylitis
Fri, 25 Jul 14 08:38:46 -0500

07/24/2014: Zark from Emerald City: "Not just Klebsiella.. also H. Pylori infection may play a major role in AS.

I have posted research abstracts regarding pathogens and AS here:
http://auto-immune-diet.blogspot.com.au/p/research-abstracts.html

There are too many abstracts to post here, but I will post some of the most interesting below:

"90% AS patients suffer from Hp infection"
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3332420/

Arthritis Res Ther. 2012; 14(Suppl 1): P74.
Published online Feb 9,2012. doi: 10.1186/ar3675
Helicobacter pylori infection in rheumatic diseases

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Results
Patients of rheumatic diseases were significantly more likely to be Hp infection than health control (89 vs 42%, P < 0.01). The study revealed that 88% of RA patients and 90% AS patients suffer from Hp infection. RA patients carried a diagnosis of Hp, a higher prevalence of the value of CRP was associated with the DAS28(Disease Activity Scor-28) (r = 0.287, P = 0.034). AS patients carried a diagnosis of Hp, a higher prevalence of the value of MMP-3(matrix metalloproteinase-3, MMP-3) was associated with the BASDI(Bath AS Disease Activity Index) (r = 0.435, P = 0.009).

Conclusions
Patients of RA and AS are associated with a high prevalence of Hp infection rate. Hp infection may be play an important role in RA and AS.[... snip ...]


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"H. pylori showed the highest percentage of positivity in all 3 patient groups (66.7% in the AAU, 73.3% in the SpA and 80% in the AAU+SpA group)"
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17183194


"H. pylori affected GI permeability in both SpA and EndG patients...SpA patients taking chronic NSAID had increased gastroduodenal permeability only when H. pylori-positive ...Eradication therapy may help to maintain epithelial barrier function and possibly influence clinical improvement in patients with SpA."
http://www.jrheum.org/content/32/2/295.abstract

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This study showed Klebsiella having a "modifying factor" reacting with HLA-B27 lymphocytes and other cells. "Pronase and papain destroyed the modifying factor activity whereas trypsin and alpha-chymotrypsin degraded the factor into smaller fragments without destroying its ability to modify B27 AS- lymphocytes."
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_uids=3539895&dopt=Abstract
Hum Immunol 1986 Nov;17(3):224-38
Upfold LI, Sullivan JS, Geczy AF.
Biochemical studies on a factor isolated from Klebsiella K43-BTS1 that cross-reacts with cells from HLA-B27 positive patients with ankylosing spondylitis.

A component of the cell walls of certain enteric bacteria has been identified that cross-reacts with an HLA-B27-associated cell-surface structure on lymphocytes and other cell types from patients with ankylosing spondylitis. This component, or "modifying factor, " from one particular organism, Klebsiella K43-BTS1, has been studied in detail. [... snip ...]. Pronase and papain destroyed the modifying factor activity whereas trypsin and alpha-chymotrypsin degraded the factor into smaller fragments without destroying its ability to modify B27 AS- lymphocytes. Neuraminidase did not affect the modifying factor itself but did affect B27 AS- lymphocytes such that they became unresponsive to modification. Sugar inhibition studies suggested that sugar groups are probably not involved in the function of the modifying factor. The availability of purified modifying factor should permit more detailed chemical analyses as well as functional studies to determine the significance of this molecule to the pathogenesis of ankylosing spondylitis.
PMID: 3539895 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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Re: Figs for Food Poisoning
Fri, 25 Jul 14 08:38:09 -0500

[YEA]  07/25/2014: Janace from Livingston, Tx. Polk Co.: "I have found that the best thing for food poisoning is figs even if all you have is Fig Newtons. I keep Dehydrated FIGS on hand all the time it only takes 3 or 4 figs and it stops it real fast you don't have to keep doing it Over and over again just eat 3 or 4 figs and it kills the poisoning and it works every time."

MSM Reader Feedback
Fri, 25 Jul 14 08:32:01 -0500

[YEA]  07/24/2014: Darlene from Downey, Ca: "MSM worked great for my daughter's asthma. She's doing awesome and no more inhalers. Amazing stuff. I use MSM for my allergies."

Re: Moringa to Boost Immune System
Fri, 25 Jul 14 08:28:47 -0500

07/24/2014: Jeanette from Sc, US: "I just heard about a natural immune booster called Moringa made from an African tree. It is loaded with an extremely high concentration of vitamins, minerals, proteins, amino-acids and anti-oxidants. Has anyone used this?

Thanks Jeanette"

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