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  Re: Plantar Fibroma

Sun, 07 Feb 16 19:33:58 -0500
Posted by Leslie (Maryland) on 02/07/2016

Plantar Fibromatosis, Dupuytrens Contracture, and Peyronies are related manifestations of fibrous tumors that grow on the tendons & fascia of feet, hands, and penis (in that order). Typically genetic, most often appearing in middle age (40's), these tumors have nothing to do with fungi.

These conditions are in no way related to Plantar Fasciitis or "plantar warts".

  Re: A-Fib Discussion Board

Sun, 07 Feb 16 19:32:07 -0500
Posted by Patrick (Washington) on 02/07/2016

You are on the right track getting the subluxation of your spine taken care of. Dr Wallach says (and I have proven it) that afib is caused by a back problem.

There is a nerve that controls your heart and it gets pinched by a disc in the spinal column so if you get realigned that should get rid of afib.

I confirmed what Dr Wallach said by using a chest strap (Polar) and a wrist watch that work together as a pulse indicator. It is within 2 heart beats of the ones used in hospitals cuz I checked mine over a 13 day stay in hospital.

Anyway I have a gravity inverter chair where you hook your feet into it and then you can go completely upside down or what ever angle you want and I use a 45 degree setting. When I look at my pulse watch before going upside down 45 degrees its at 65 BPM (on meds) and goes to over 200 BPM the instant I invert myself which tells me the nerve in my spine is being pinched more when I'm upside down and causing my pulse rate to go even higher even on meds. As soon as I come back up to a normal body angle my pulse rate goes back to 65 BPM.

I am planning on going to see a Chiropractor Dr John Bergman in Huntington Beach Calif as He has dozens of YouTube videos and he speaks of the pinched nerve in one of his heart videos.

Allopathic doctors are totally Ignorant to the pinched nerve causing afib because they are only taught Rx based medicine in the med schools they are trained in because the schools are owned by the big drug companies.

  Re: Diatomaceous Earth Side Effects

Sun, 07 Feb 16 19:31:13 -0500
Posted by Steve (Nevada) on 02/07/2016

Those side effects are fairly normal to have when detoxing with DE. Drink lots of water and perhaps take 2-3 days off to give your body a chance to clear out all the toxins and dead pathogens.

Tea Tree Oil For Nail Fungus

Sun, 07 Feb 16 19:30:59 -0500
Posted by Jenjen (Usa) on 02/07/2016

[YEA]  Tea Tree Oil for Nail Fungus worked for me: Through summer I stayed in sandals, kept tea-tree and also a dropper bottle of vinegar on me, and alternated between them at least daily, or whenever I was thinking about it. I agree about sanding down the surface of the nail (but not dremmel... you don't want to accidentally go through the nail... ouch! I filed it with one of those file/polish/buff tools you can buy for shining up the nail surface.

Gives you control so you don't go too thin - but definitely sand as thin as possible, this will remove as much infected nail surface as possible and help the oil penetrate through the nail - google "nail shiner buffer sand block file" for images/buying options.

Also keep nails as short as possible; you want oil (and vinegar if you decide to use that too) to penetrating all cracks and crevices on and around nail.

But YES THIS WORKS. With the Tea Tree, as with vinegar, you are creating a hostile environment that the little critters can't live in, and with no hiding places! Keep it up until the nail grows in clean. Be prepared, it could take months for the regrowth!

  Re: Diverticulosis

Sun, 07 Feb 16 19:29:47 -0500
Posted by Jenjen (Usa) on 02/07/2016

Regarding seeds - if you are forming normal stools, there should not be loose seeds and nuts floating around separately in the colon to get stuck anywhere - it should all be bound safely in the stool, which should slide through the colon with the natural mucuses smoothly past any imperfections.... That is why fiber is recommended - it helps the stool to form and bind correctly.

However I suspect, since clearly some people can't tolerate seeds/nuts, the differences between people may be due to some people not forming good stools, or not having normal mucus secretion in the colon, so loose bits might drift around or get caught up. So I don't think this is a yes/no issue. Just try to figure out for yourself what your risk factors are. In theory you should not have loose raspberry seeds by the time the food reaches you colon, but perhaps a few people do!

So I have not given up seeds and nuts, and will continue to work on having healthy stools to avoid future episodes. Glad to read about Aloe, I will add to the preventives. Thanks all.

  Re: Trigger Finger

Sun, 07 Feb 16 19:27:51 -0500
Posted by Joyce (South Carolina) on 02/07/2016

I wanted to respond to this because I was the one that used the oregano oil and sesame oil. Since the recovery of the trigger finger, I try to keep an alkalinizing diet too and it is not uncommon for me to take MSM. rheumatoid arthritis runs in the family and I start feeling my joints start to hurt. When I direct my diet towards alkalinizing and take good oils and MSM...the joint pain goes away.

  Re: Eating Beets for Eye Floaters

Sun, 07 Feb 16 19:26:16 -0500
Posted by Chloe (California) on 02/07/2016

How often and how much do you drink?

Rosacea as a Symptom of SIBO

Sun, 07 Feb 16 14:38:02 -0500
Posted by Dee (Usa) on 02/06/2016

[YEA]  I have tried every remedy for Rosacea on this site and most of the others from the acne site as well. It wasn't until I had a tooth infection that required me to go on amoxicillan and Metronidazole, (aka flagyl) that my skin became clear, and has stayed clear. I am now convinced that Rosacea is a symptom of some type of overgrowth in the gut. While I was fairly non- symptomatic, I now realize that my chronic diarrhea may have been more than just an inconvenient symptom of a serious SIBO infection or some other dysbiosis.

  Re: Diatomaceous Earth Side Effects

Sun, 07 Feb 16 14:36:49 -0500
Posted by Rose (Tulss) on 02/07/2016

[SIDE EFFECTS]  I just started diatamaceous earth food grade 2 days ago and I'm experiencing slight headaches, muscle soreness in my shoulders, a little nausea, weak, had heart palpitations earlier.. I'm taking an antibiotic augmenting and cranberry supplement pills and probiotics so maybe diatamaceous earth causing me to feel kinda like under the weather head hurts, feel like it's starting to get stuffy ..I don't really know for sure..Anybody on here have those effects when they first started on it? If so how long did they last..

  Re: Safety of Castor Oil for Cataracts

Sun, 07 Feb 16 14:35:19 -0500
Posted by Maria Teresa Banagale (Philippines) on 02/07/2016

I want to test if castor oil is effective in early cataract stage with my right eye, sometimes it get itchy and blurred and seeing dust objects moving. Is it safe?

  Re: Magnesium Cured Heart Palpitations

Sun, 07 Feb 16 14:34:55 -0500
Posted by Nathalie (Rsa) on 02/07/2016

Please advise which type of magnesium helps with palpitations?

  Re: Turmeric, Ginger For Polymyalgia Rheumatica

Sun, 07 Feb 16 14:34:14 -0500
Posted by Eleanor E. (Alabama) on 02/07/2016

I have PMR and am taking 7mg of Prednisone daily. I also drink ginger tea in the afternoons (a pint) and think it is helping. I tried several recipes before I found one that was acceptable.

Steep one quart of water, juice of one lemon, and 1/4 cup of finely grated ginger (grate with a zester) for 20 minutes. Strain and add 1/4 cup raw honey, pour over ice and drink with a straw.

  Re: Locating Blackstrap Molasses in Pakistan

Sun, 07 Feb 16 14:32:51 -0500
Posted by Adil Jamshaid (Karachi) on 02/07/2016

The molases is made by boiling that sugarcane juice. That juice is boiled then put through centrifugal machinery to extract the sugar crystals from the liquid

Learn more:

If for instance you do not remove sugar from it, the benefits will be the same, just it will have more sugar in it.

  Re: How to Make Blackstrap Molasses at Home for Fibroids

Sun, 07 Feb 16 14:32:13 -0500
Posted by Adil Jamshaid (Karachi) on 02/07/2016


You must know sugarcane juice? You can find "ganaye ka juice" or ROO as it is called in Pakistan.

You will have to take say two three liters and boil it to decrease its volume and make it thick.

The process that sugar mills follow is:

1) boil

2) Centrifuge that juice and make it stand still to separate sugar crystals.

Its a light molasses.

The above step is repeated two times more. In the end you get a thick black molasses.

I will try to separate sugar crystals at home but if I cannot, it is okay. I will boil it again and again till I make it thick and almost black.

As much water will have evaporated. Concentrated cocktail of nutrients will be in my possession :)


  Re: Questions About Tooth Abscess Treatment

Sun, 07 Feb 16 14:31:09 -0500
Posted by Maykyla (Chico) on 02/07/2016

So I haven't tried the tea bag thing but I was wondering about poking a hole in the gums.... Does it matter where? What did you use to poke it

If the tooth is fully there I know itll come out the gums but what if my tooth broke and there may be a passage to drain out of, er I hope so at least, is that possible?

How many days did you wait til u poked a hole in it?

How long does it take to heal?

Does it just go away or keep coming back if everything does not come out the first time?

  Re: Aloe Vera Helping Vitiligo

Sun, 07 Feb 16 14:29:39 -0500
Posted by Mark (Philippines) on 02/07/2016

[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]  I am also using aloe vera for my white spots.I've been using it for a year now and my spots seems to get smaller and some are almost re-pigmented.. My spots are located on my neck and shoulder. On first months I have also tried taking ginkgo biloba vitamin b12 and b complex. I think it helps in stopping the spread of my vitiligo. Now I am only using the aloe vera and taking multi vitamins and mineral supplement.

  Re: Colloidal Silver for Rat Lung Worm Disease (Eosiniphilic Meningitis)

Sun, 07 Feb 16 14:28:29 -0500
Posted by Cindy (New York, Ny ) on 02/07/2016

Could you please expand on how you used CS and a nebulizer? I'm a beginner! Thanks

  Multiple Cures With Castor Oil

Sun, 07 Feb 16 14:27:21 -0500
Posted by Katzie (Calgary) on 02/07/2016

[YEA]  I, too, used C.O.P. successfully to alleviate the pain and swelling after falling with all of my weight onto my left funny bone, but it didnt feel "funny" at all. It was very painful of course, and since I couldn't get to a clinic till the next day, I used them to get me thru without pain pills. It worked like an absolute charm. Castor Oil has never let down when I've needed it; I love the stuff so much.

  Re: Castor Oil Use on Face

Sun, 07 Feb 16 14:26:54 -0500
Posted by Katzie (Calgary) on 02/07/2016

Castor Oil will not give you blackheads. I regularly use it when I have pimples that have not come to a head yet. I simply rub a dab of the oil into it and then it stops the pimple from forming and it goes away. I never use the oil on a pimple with a head, however, as it causes the pimple to collapse and leaves a small red mark, like the pimple was squeezed or popped. However, on big, red and sore "erupting volcano" zits, Castor Oil stops them dead in their tracks, every time.

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