I had a lump behind my ear since childhood related to a maxillofacial injury possibly. I tried a series of natural and herbal remedies, one being chanca Piedra. The lump was gone in a week of using the remedies. And I passed a golf ball size stone, and white powder. None of the remedies were white powder. If the remedies dissolve the calcium deposits entirely I will not need maxillofacial surgery that could cost near $100,000 if joint replacement.
A well known doctor from Naples, Florida, a specialist in health and nutrition, has said the rock calcium is not organic calcium and never should be in vitamin supplements or food. He said calcium carbonate causes pea gravel calcium deposits in the brain. Calcium carbonate is rock calcium. It could be what the deposits are from. I had one calcification in the brain area on a CT. He said calcium citrate is the right organic calcium. I switched to it.
I am not sure if calcium carbonate in toothpaste is an issue. But most don't eat it. I am guarding against that bad calcium and seeing some results with the chanca Piedra. I use herbs cautiously. I am going into another round of chanca Piedra and see what results I get before going into a possible $100,000 surgery. I believe God gave us herbs in Genesis. I figure it is the right way to go.
I was having pain in my shoulder and elbow and I started drinking ginger tea every morning. Pain is gone! I use Apple Cider Vinegar for other reasons but it did not help my shoulder.
Just an observation, (no medical training etc), how can antibiotics help with calcium deposits?
Did the Dr explain how it would work?
As users on this site, we all pretty much 'know' that a Dr's 'go to' medication is an antibiotic. For literally almost anything.
Also known as the "take two tablets and come back in a fortnight" approach.
For me, when looking for help, (as natural as possible), I pref need to have an understanding / logical approach explained to me of how the 'answer' will work for my condition.
Antibiotics are the most prescribed medicine in the world. If you feel you need antibiotics, take natural ones.
My Doctor told me that I have calcium deposits at my shoulder joint. its painful. He has given some antiboitics and asked me to try to physio therapy, but it did not help me till now. its still painful. Have not tried any of the given options yet. Just found the article on this. Will try from tomorrow.