I have heard of people taking DMSO with Vitamin B12. How about with Vit D? I know it's a fat soluble vitamin, but I'm very low on it and my liver can't take very high doses, so I was hoping dmso would be a help in this area. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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San Fernando, Luzon, Philippines
Posted by Eudice (Ny) on 09/29/2010
Additional Remedy Combining
Red, Bill, EC, anyone please, Is it safe to mix small doses of Tetrasodium EDTA, Tannic acid (or green tea), H202, Sea Salt & Borax in 1 liter all together & drink throughout day?
Just so many remedies the body could use daily but how to fit them all in when many require to be mixed with a liter of water. God Bless. Thank you!
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Posted by Lori (Delta, Co) on 04/15/2010
I have taken remedies posted on ec for about a year straight. The sea salt, bs molasses, lemon or lime/baking soda, borax, h202, granulated lecithin 2x aday, mag citrate, sodium ascorbate. in taking the bsmolasses I still have lots of new gray hair growing in. mag citrate I swear constipates me. Am I missing something for an optimal health? the lecithin did get my liver enzymes down to normal in a matter of months:)i'm concerned about the sea salt drying my kidneys up? I'm pretty healthy, past the menopause,
my question is what do you take as remedies for an everyday regiment and for how long have you done this?
WARNING! (1) 100%Posted by Sam (Boston, MA) on 05/26/2009
Hello Ted and everybody at Earthclinic. Thank you for everything. I really appreciate all the information that you make available to us. My question is regarding one of the remedy combinations that Ted has explained, explanation #7, regarding Fulvic acid. I decided to invest in Fulvic Acid after reading the information posted by Ted. I have tried a number of remedies and as a result, I now have a large box full of supplements, vitamins, essential oils, etc. I think that I will eventually find something that works for me. For that, I have decided to give Fulvic Acid a fair chance to work its magic. In one of Ted's old posts, he explains that Fulvic acid works better when combined with hydrogen peroxide and sodium bicarbonate, so here is what I have been doing: I mix 2 tablespoons of ACV with 1/2 a teaspoon of baking soda and allow it to react for 10 minutes, I then add 1 teaspoon of hydrogen peroxide and 1/3 cup of Fulvic Acid. I have been taking this for about one week for severe acne and other conditions and also for balancing my pH. I believe that it is too soon to say whether it is working. But I want to make sure that the remedy itself is correct. I don't mean to impose, I understand that you get hundreds of emails everyday, but if you could please let me know if this mix is correct, I would appreciate feedback from Ted or anyone else who has used Fulvic Acid. Thank you in advance.
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Hollywood, Florida, Usa
Posted by Stella (New York) on 07/26/2012
I read a post where someone questioned the combination of fulvic acid, H2O2 and baking soda. Apparently Ted supports this combination but I cant find the info anywhere on EC after tons of searching. Im already doing the baking soda and water remedy to alkalize. I've recently started the fulvic acid and it causes my ph to dip to 5 whereas the baking soda and water keep it around 7, sometimes 8. My fulvic acid comes in drops, from a reputable organic creator. I take 7-12 drops in 16oz of water. I have intestinal issues and feel the oxygen, alkaline and fulvic would be great.
Does anyone have any info on how to combine these 3 things and still reap the benefits of all? How many days a week should they be taken? How many days off? I intend to alternate days with borax and oil pulling for hormonal balance and toxin removal...
Posted by Jim (Cypress, Tx) on 10/22/2012
I would like feedback on what viewers consider the 3-4 most important daily natural routines they are doing. I am currently oil pulling with sunflower oil in the morning. I follow with 2 teaspoonfuls of in the mother ACV with 4 oz. of Aloe Vera. I cook with and add coconut oil on bread and just ingest some throughout the day. All this is used as a preventative. Any help on routines with quantities would be most appreciated.
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Thousand Oaks, Ca, Usa
WARNING! (1) 50% SIDE EFFECT (1) 50%Posted by Art (Vancouver Bc., Canada.) on 12/03/2012
[WARNING!] As posted at 11/07/2011 JD from Okc, Oklahoma. Are you not aware of the Deadly mixture, grapefruit and drugs. http://health.yahoo.net/experts/dayinhealth/grapefruit-and-medications-may-be-deadly-mix
As stated here.
Mixing the citrus fruit with the prescription painkiller oxycodone can lead to severe breathing problems, while combining grapefruit and the statin medication Zocor (simvastatin) may spark a potentially life-threatening complication called rhabdomyolysis, in which breakdown of muscle fibers can result in kidney damage of failure.
There are a lot more hazardous drug interactions at the link above.
I do not see a warning about this here so I thought I might bring it to everyones attention.
Take care. art 1a.
Posted by Oscar(Syracuse, New York) on 12/01/2012
[SIDE EFFECTS] Yes it does and sometimes fatal interactions. People on statin drugs for blood pressure need to avoid drinking grapefruit juice. The number of drugs and types of drugs grapefruit juice negatively impacts are so many you need to go here to learn about that:
Yes, I have read about all of grapefruits health benefits, But if you are taking any of these medications, it`s impact can be fatal. That list includes many pain remedies and tranquilizers. Most doctors do not know about this. There are other websites that state the list of drugs so effected is growing at an alarming rate. No one knew about this until a few years ago....Oscar
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Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Posted by Michael (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) on 07/15/2009
I just started the H2O2 regime. I read that I can add it to water, milk or fruit juice. Does this include fruit juice that I buy from the supermarket or is it only freshly prepared juice? Can I add sugar to it?
I am also interested to try lime-sodium bicarbonate mixture for pH balance.
Is it possible to mix H2O2 and the mixture together so that it can be drunk at one time.
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Manitowoc, Wisconsin, USA
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Lake City, Fl
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San Diego, California
Posted by Michal (Winfield, Il) on 06/15/2012
Hi, I believe I have systemic candida b/c I have (coated tongue, numerous yeast infections etc. ) and had some dental implants and was prescribed antibiotics. What juices, aside from Aloe Vera, can be mixed with H202. There seems to be vitamin C in most juices. I have a wheatgrass juicer that also juices vegetables and I've done carrot juice with it but I avoided wheatgrass w/H2O2 b/c of Vitamin C. I also put it in coconut water.
Posted by Will_ashbless (West Chester, Pa, Usa) on 12/10/2012
Hi, I am beginning a new regimen including a powdered multi-vitamin (fruit antioxidant based with no iron), a powdered super green drink and a few other things. I get kidney stones and so I was told I should be taking a magnesium potassium citrate supplement.
I am very acidic to the point where a few times a year I will get the most horrible smelling and bizarre body odor. If I take my shirt off I smell great but the armpits of whatever shirt I had on will stink to high heaven. Almost as if the fabric is activated by the liquid from my armpit. Anyway when this happens I know I'm even more acidic than usual and I start supplementing with baking soda. This last time I just decided to keep taking it and I take about a teaspoon of baking soda daily.
So my question is if I now take this magnesium potassium citrate supplement will this eliminate my need for baking soda or can I (should I) still take my baking soda daily? I am also a bit worried about taking this supplement on top of a multi-vit containing potassium and magnesium already but the numbers for allowable daily intake suggest that I should be ok.
Thanks for your time in advance.
Posted by Debbie (Erina, Nsw, Australia) on 10/11/2009
NEED CONFIRMATION ON HOW MANY OF TED'S REMEDIES I CAN TAKE
Hi Ted, I am a 48yr old woman with several health issues. I have had CFS for approx 15 years. However, my biggest problem is Candida and all that comes with that for example:- Leaky gut, chemical sensitivities, chronic hayfever, chronic constipation, thrush, thinning hair, numerous food sensitivities, poor sleep and undigested food.
I have been reading a lot of the information that you have written and am really delighted that someone is willing to give up sooo much of their time to help other people.
Could you please verify if I am on the right track with the remedies that I am currently taking. I have scanned a lot of your information and have tried to use this in improving my own health.
1. I no longer eat wheat, dairy, potatoes, mushrooms, fruit, yeast, peanuts and sugar.
2. I am consuming 2 x Tblspn fresh lime juice with 1/2 tspn bicarb soda first thing every morning & last thing at night.
3. 1/4tspn sea salt in 1 litre of drinking water.
4. Vitamin B 5days on 2 days off. Vitamin C every 2nd day. 1 tbspn of lecithen before meals 3times a day and evening primrose & flaxseed capsules daily, 1 x digestive enzyme with each meal.
However, I am still a little constipated and need to know if I can use a few of your remedies at the one time, for example can I continue to use the lime & bicarb soda remedy (above) and also the leaky gut remedy that would be an extra 1/2tspn bicarb soda morning and night all in the one day????
Also should i take the lime & bicarb remedy for a while than change over to the 1/4 tspn bicarb soda & 1/4 tspn potassium citrate after a few weeks????? I was taking the ACV and bicarb soda but became really constipated. Ted lastly can you tell me what the maintenance dose should be that I can take for the rest of my life???? I read that you have taken the bicarb for the last 35years. Do you think that I will ever be able to take the ACV and bicarb again once my constipation is sorted out????
P.S. I have purchased some magnesium chloride and wondered what quantity should I take.
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Orange City, Florida, USA
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The Woodlands, Tx
Posted by Sandee Hawk (Palm Coast, Florida) on 05/31/2009
Dont Want to do too much of a "good thing" -in 2005 I, a healthy older woman had family negative situations occur when over worked and weary that brought on very high amounts of stress - resulting in physical and mental (depression) reactions - acute burn out -30 years prior in the early 70's - I had a similar situation -overwork - lots of stress that but that was from raisihg 4 children alone - anxiety where an internal medical Dr prescribed valiumns - which later I became severly addicted to - but I was able to through Prayer - overcome / when this happened in 2005 - I was rather shocked as I had had no stress nor depression for about 25 yearrs - go did get a physical and found no physcial problem as I knew the sysmptons were stress related - but this time -began slowing down -quit smokin - researched vitamins and again through prayer and God's grace all has progressively gotten got better - -probably the stress symptoms has brought on a lot of toxins which need to be cleansed as recently I somehow - got scabies which were horribly painful which tea-tree oil soaks in the bath water has defeated but then right after scabies ended hives came on - which the ACV & AlumFree Baking Soad has almost cleared up - so after reading about all of these incredible remedies on your site - is truly a God sent - dont want to overdo things and take too much -
QUESTION: Should one when they begin the ACV 2 TBSP +1/4 ir 1/2 TSP Alum Free Soda / - 1 TBSP Black Strap Molassas - and then the daily OP - should one discontinue all or some vitamin supplements - we are taking a multivitamin -garlic 1000 - Vitamin B 12 high dose - Omega 3 Fish Oil - Colestrum 25 - acidoplilus
Thank you for this wonderful site where people are genuinely helping and supporting one another ! Sincerely - Sandee Hawk - Palm Coast FL
Posted by Maggie (Calgary, Alberta, Canada) on 05/29/2012
Hi. I just started a couple of remedies that were recommended to me. Yesterday I took super Lysine extract (few drops in water) for fibromylagia as well as receding gums; took 3 mg boron tablet this morning due to fluoride and chlorine in water; also applied clove oil on toenails for fungus issue (2 days). Also note I have switched from a calcium-magnesium liquid to just taking liquid magnesium (the last couple of days) because of concerns of too much calcium in my diet. Could any or a combination of these result in a sudden onset of aching muscles in arms and legs as this feeling started today and has persisted all day.