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High Blood Pressure Med Stopped Kidneys From Functioning

Wed, 08 Jul 20 17:27:25 -0700
Posted by Inquiring (Fort Wayne, Indiana) on 07/08/2020

My family doctor killed 60% of my kidney functions with the blood pressure prescription medicine, Maxzide, is there any herb that is safe for me to consume that would help restore my kidneys functions? Thank You!

Vinpocetine for Brain Ischemia

Wed, 08 Jul 20 17:24:51 -0700
Posted by Luis (Cali, Colombia) on 07/08/2020
5 out of 5 stars

My mother in her advanced age suffered mild ischemias that made her fade twice. I helped her by giving her vinpocetine once a day in the morning. Never again suffered from this ailment.

EC: For those who don't know, Brain Ischemia is a condition where there is insufficient blood flow to the brain to meet metabolic demand.

  Re: Questions About Colloidal Silver

Wed, 08 Jul 20 17:22:18 -0700
Posted by Darilyn (Australia ) on 07/08/2020

Can you give more information on why colloidal silver can be a problem? I thought it was pretty harmless.

Reply to New Vinpocetine Article on EC

Wed, 08 Jul 20 17:21:23 -0700
Posted by Art (California) on 07/08/2020
5 out of 5 stars

Hi Deirdre!

This is an excellent article on a very useful supplement for multiple health benefits! Thank you for posting it!!!

Art

EC: Thanks so much! Glad you like it, Art!

Vinpocetine for Dementia Protocol

Wed, 08 Jul 20 14:43:20 -0700
Posted by John (Big Lakes) on 07/08/2020
5 out of 5 stars

I use Vinpocetine and also recommend it to friends and family for dementia. A sibling is taking it. She was getting early signs of dementia and the supplement is definitely helping to reverse that.

It is also beneficial for Parkinson's Disease, anxiety and depression at less than 31 mg per day. 

One side effect I have seen with vinpocetine is that it thins the blood and can be a problem for people who are already on a blood thinner or who take other supplements that have blood thinning effects such as vitamin E and fish oil.

 Re: Urgent Remedies Needed for Small Cell Lung Carcinoma ( Lung Cancer )

Wed, 08 Jul 20 14:28:19 -0700
Posted by Orh (Ten Mile , Tn) on 07/08/2020

Digisha, listen to this.

https://youtu.be/-WxiPf-NEDk

Best wishes.

====ORH====

  Re: Sun Gazing

Wed, 08 Jul 20 14:27:27 -0700
Posted by Adam (Los Angeles) on 07/08/2020

Powerfully said :)

Many see you and love you, Lady Light!

  Re: Amazing Memory Recall from Vinpocetine

Wed, 08 Jul 20 14:26:18 -0700
Posted by Art (California) on 07/08/2020

Marta,

It appears that Amazon Canada does sell Vinpocetine.

https://www.amazon.ca/s?k=vinpocetine&ref=nb_sb_noss_1

Art

Amazing Memory Recall from Vinpocetine

Wed, 08 Jul 20 11:27:14 -0700
Posted by Marta (Chicago) on 07/08/2020
5 out of 5 stars

I tested a bottle of Vincopenine (sp?) a few years ago after reading an article on it. I was impressed by the memory recall I had on the first day. All of a sudden, I started having memories from childhood, when I was 5 years old. I was remembering my playmates names from kindergarten class and all sorts of interesting memories from jungle gym equipment outside. After that first day, I noticed that my brain was considerably sharper. Good for those dull-witted days!! Would love to hear from others who have tried this supplement. It's been off my radar for a while now but I am going to try it again soon!

Interesting that Amazon doesn't sell it. Is that because it's not sold in Canada and other countries because it's a nootropic?

 Re: Urgent Remedies Needed for Small Cell Lung Carcinoma ( Lung Cancer )

Wed, 08 Jul 20 11:22:36 -0700
Posted by Digisha (Maharashtra) on 07/08/2020

Hi,

ORH. Can you please elaborate about the website of cancer rocks website didnt find it anywhere.

Thank you so much for the response .

ACV for Hay Fever

Wed, 08 Jul 20 11:16:04 -0700
Posted by Deneen (Kansas City, Usa) on 07/08/2020
5 out of 5 stars

Back of throat, eyes and nose itch from allergies:

A little Apple Cider Vinegar in a glass of water always helps me with respiratory allergies. You know the feeling of the back of your throat itching? Sneezing? Stuffy nose? and watery itchy eyes? Add a capfull of ACV into a cup of water. In about 10 minutes the harshness of the allergy symptoms will lessen dramatically.

Dried Cranberries for Excessive Ear Wax

Wed, 08 Jul 20 11:15:06 -0700
Posted by Canadiandave (Victoria, Bc) on 07/08/2020
5 out of 5 stars

I decided to try cranberries for liver cleansing - hope that worked - but it most definitely worked on earwax, specifically too much.

Every 5-6 years I get so much earwax build-up in one ear that I think I've gone deaf. The cranberries (well, actually Craisins, which are dried cranberries) virtually eliminated my earwax altogether, and fixed my 'deafness' after 4-5 months of no hearing out the left ear!

Niacin, Vitamin C, and Avoiding Glyphosate Cured My Arthritis

Wed, 08 Jul 20 11:12:01 -0700
Posted by Paracelsus (Orlando, Fl) on 07/08/2020
5 out of 5 stars

Although I've been very health conscious all of my life, including a diet which is mostly organic and vegetarian, I started to develop pain in the joints of my fingers, my knees and my neck. This was very frustrating to me, since I took a lot of pride in my health and my lifestyle. This wasn't supposed to happen to me.

Of course, most people told me that it was simply age that was causing this pain. I refused to accept that, since my Dad was still snow skiing at age 79. And my Dad was not really health conscious. The only difference between the two of us was that he lived in Switzerland, while I left Switzerland and had been living in the US for about 30 years.

So my intuition told me that it had something to do with the US food supply and/or water supply. By the way, the pain in my neck was really bad to the point I could barely move my head. I went to see a chiropractor, thinking I injured my neck exercising. Luckily, after a couple of sessions the chiropractor told me that it was probably arthritis. (of course, he too wrote it off to getting older).

I had previously read a couple of books and old studies on niacin and niacinamide (the form of niacin or Vitamin B3 that does not cause a flush when taken in large doses). So I knew that doctors in the past have cured all forms of arthritis with niacin. So I started taking 1500 mg Niacinamide with 1000 mg of vitamin C 2x daily. I started feeling better almost immediately but the pain didn't completely stop until about 2 weeks later.

I now take 1500 mg of Niacinamide and and 1000 mg of time released or liposomal vitamin C daily. I'm totally pain free.

Getting back to the difference in the food and water supplies between Switzerland, or Europe in general, and the USA. In Europe, GMO foods are illegal. But even more important, Europeans do not use glyphosate ("round up") as an herbicide.

Why is this important? Per Stephanie Seneff, researcher at MIT, glyphosate is responsible for a wide range of diseases in Americans. Glyphosate, which btw was derived from the Vietnam era "agent orange", is not only an herbicide but also an antibiotic, which means it wrecks havoc in your gut. Furthermore, glyphosate has a very similar molecular structure to the amino acid glycene. So in the production of proteins, glyphosate may inadvertently be substituted for glycene, producing defective proteins, which in turn cause all kinds of havoc to the body.

The bottom line is that glyphosate is responsible for widespread inflammation, including inflammation of the joints. So avoiding glyphosate is very important if you want to reduce or eliminate the cause of many forms of arthritis.

As a side note, not only do American farmers dump millions of tons of glyphosate on so called round-up ready GMO crops, but they use it for a totally unrelated purpose. They use it as a desiccant on wheat and other crops, right before harvest. (A desiccant dries the wheat, making it easier to harvest). So you get a really heavy dose of glyphosate when you eat bread or other wheat products. And this is also the reason, imo, that so many Americans claim to be gluten intolerant. It's not really the gluten but the glyphosate. That also explains why many Americans who visit Europe are able to eat the bread over there without any problems.

So in summary, if you want to get rid of arthritis, avoid glyphosate like the plague (only eat organic whenever possible), and supplement with Niacinamide and vitamin C. If your body is already saturated with glyphosate, bentonite clay and charcoal are great in eliminating toxins, including glyphosate.

Apple Cider Vinegar for Chronic Eye Infection

Wed, 08 Jul 20 11:10:10 -0700
Posted by Cupoflove (Silver City Nm) on 07/08/2020
5 out of 5 stars

I had horrible eye infection going on for almost 2 months, lost my job in and out of hospital. High doses of multiple antibiotic ECT. Pain swelling redness constant puss running out. finally thanks to God I looked on earthclinic. The only vinger I had was the big cheap. Bottle of distilled Apple Cider Vinegar. I put a tablespoon in a cup of warm water. clean both eye eyelashes got out all gunk and the dropped about six drops in both eyes ..augh the burn was something else and my eye just oozed out puss and gunk ..

I clean them again and repeat until gunk slow down and then oh my gosh sweet relief and eyesight return.. first time in over a month with no eye pain. I repeated this every hour until bed time I woke a couple times during night and would repeat clean drops clean drops until eyes were clean and fresh. I woke this morning swelling gone. Eyelashes not stuck. Redness almost gone ...gunk gone ...I'm in shock . thank you so much . blessed be earth clinic forever

  Re: Melatonin For Parkinson's Disease, At Last

Wed, 08 Jul 20 10:14:20 -0700
Posted by Art (California) on 07/08/2020

Msfmomma,

Melatonin is lowered by high dose vitamin D, but raising the melatonin level in conjunction with the vitamin D level is synergistic in terms of fighting certain virus and disease such as Covid-19 and PD. Vitamin D has shown benefit for PD in multiple studies and can act as an antioxidant also, though not nearly as potently as melatonin which can neutralize up to 10 oxygen radicals compared to other antioxidants that can reduce only one oxygen radical.

In PD, melatonin is elevated in the blood as the body's attempt to raise its total antioxidant capacity which is depleted by PD and melatonin is capable of doing that if there is enough of it, but the body is only able to raise melatonin so high and consequently the bodies own antioxidant system is not able to completely come back into the normal range as reflected in studies which show that glutathione is lower or insufficient in PD patients.

The study link in the original post shows that just 10 mg of melatonin every night is able to raise glutathione levels up as well as the total antioxidant capacity. This is a very important activity in PD as oxygen radicals and peroxynitrite are at elevated levels and both destroy dopaminergic neurons and other brain cells in the substantia nigra specifically and the brain in general.

Melatonin is a potent scavenger of peroxynitrite and oxygen radicals and an inhibitor of NADPH Oxidase which is a promoter of peroxynitrite. What this all shows is that oxidative stress, peroxynitrite and other oxidants including H202are doing a considerable amount of cellular damage and melatonin is able to ameliorate some of this damage with just 10 mg/night. At a minimum the available literature suggests that melatonin may slow disease progression as well as ameliorate some of the many symptoms of PD through its multitude of protective actions in the body including acting in a potent antiinflammatory capacity and again this is important because the excessive oxidant activity which raises inflammatory markers and levels in patients with PD.

Melatonin has also shown synergy with other antioxidants such as vitamin C, D and E and supplements such as NAC, ALA and Quercetin to name a few.

Melatonin is a unique and amazing molecule that is the most potent antioxidant in the human body!

Art

Article on C-Diff

Wed, 08 Jul 20 05:47:58 -0700
Posted by Florafauna (Frankfurt, Ks) on 07/07/2020
5 out of 5 stars

Searching for help for a friend, I stumbled on a website dedicated to helping people with C. diff that was created by two brothers for their beloved mother: https://peggyfoundation.org/

It appears to be full of helpful information, including: https://peggyfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/C.-difficile-OMJ-article-lo-res.pdf

I hope this helps someone out there! Both in cure and prevention...

Good Resource on Dental Health from 1997

Wed, 08 Jul 20 05:46:59 -0700
Posted by Tommo (Uk) on 07/08/2020
5 out of 5 stars

Teeth - I discovered this document today and the author has kindly allowed everyone with access to it to pass it on to others.

http://www.rexresearch.com/judd/goodteeth.pdf

  Re: Severe Knee Pain

Wed, 08 Jul 20 05:41:39 -0700
Posted by Charity (Faithville, Us) on 07/07/2020

knit bone = comfrey or you could use castor oil packs on your knee. Knee problems could be coming from other parts of body out of alignment, John Bergman on youtube is the bone expert. If your gut health is off you won't absorb minerals for your bones. Phytic acid on grains and beans will take minerals out of your body. Dehydration is imbalance of water to correct mineral balance and can cause all kinds of pain and symptoms. Not sure why your knee hurts but hope you find the solution quickly. Blessings, charity

  Re: Melatonin For Parkinson's Disease, At Last

Wed, 08 Jul 20 05:40:39 -0700
Posted by Msfmomma (Boise) on 07/07/2020

Hi Art, thanks for sharing such amazing, wonderful and valuable knowledge about supplementing with melatonin.

A bit off topic ... but are you aware of melatonin increasing the bodies need for other nutrients such as vitamin D, etc? Thank you!

 DMSO in Bath

Wed, 08 Jul 20 05:40:15 -0700
Posted by Msfmomma (Boise) on 07/07/2020

I wonder how effective DMSO would be in a bath? I really don't like the topical application with having sensitive skin and it's quite itchy. Haven't tried internal use yet because I'm still nursing my daughter and had read somewhere it might not be good for nursing babies. Not sure I believe that's correct though ?


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