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 Remedies Needed for Suddenly Delusional Niece

Fri, 30 Oct 20 18:17:27 -0700
Posted by Maureen (Usa) on 10/30/2020

Have her doctor check her B12 level. B12 deficiency can cause paranoia and other psychiatric issues. If she is deficient in B12 make sure they start her on a series of B12 shots, not pills. If she eats normally and is still deficient in B12 she may have an absorption problem and in that case she will need monthly shots for the rest of her life. Take it from me, before I started receiving shots I was terribly anxious and depressed.

 Pain and Stiffness in Legs After Sitting

Fri, 30 Oct 20 18:17:05 -0700
Posted by Sherry (Usa) on 10/30/2020

I have had some luck taking SAM-e supplements. I get stiff legs and cold easily. The Sam-e effects dopamine levels. From my reading Sam-e is made in your body but some ppl need more. It activates your dopamine. It has been successfully used in treatment of Parkinson's diease, which has stiff movement of limbs. It did give me a headache at first. I found taking a smaller dose more often and working upward on dosage resolved this issue.

Art Solbrig Protocol for Gum Disease

Fri, 30 Oct 20 17:16:15 -0700
Posted by Marshall (CA) on 10/30/2020

Hi Art,

Were you aware the eating fresh green leafy vegetables is a completely natural remedy for gum disease, especially bleeding gums?

Wrist Blood Pressure Device for Arrhythmia

Fri, 30 Oct 20 16:41:01 -0700
Posted by Paul K (Meridian, MS) on 10/30/2020
5 out of 5 stars

The arrhythmia I noticed first showed up around age 62. About the same time I started using a SCENAR unit, DENAS cardio-3 wrist blood pressure unit twice daily, once in the morning and once in the evening. After about 6 months of daily use, the arrhythmia is very rarely seen.

  Garlic and Oregano Oil for Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

Fri, 30 Oct 20 16:13:13 -0700
Posted by Flip Novice (North of the Mason-Dixon Line) on 10/30/2020

I tried vinegar, garlic, peroxide, even kombucha. They worked temporarily. Oregano oil worked but burned. Douching with 1 teaspoon of baking soda (not baking powder) in 1/2 litre of purified water works perfectly.

Your husband may be reinfecting you.

 Pain and Stiffness in Legs After Sitting

Fri, 30 Oct 20 16:10:51 -0700
Posted by Flip Novice (North of the Mason-Dixon Line) on 10/30/2020



Peanuts/peanut butter.

All together are even better. Use fresh turmeric, the powder tends to be adulterated. You will probably notice a difference within hours.


Lemon/garlic/olive oil

In a high speed blender combine:

1 whole lemon cut into 1 inch pieces - peel and all.

1 whole *bulb* (not clove) of garlic - skins and root removed. If you smash the cloves with the side of a butcher knife the skins fall right off.

A few tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil.

1 large glass of cold water.

Blend it until smooth and drink it.

Butcher's broom, horse chestnut, red vine leaf may benefit you.

High dose vitamin C, too.

Side Effects from Multaq Heart Med

Fri, 30 Oct 20 16:08:17 -0700
Posted by ORH (TEN MILE, TN) on 10/30/2020
3 out of 5 stars

HI U OLE PATOOTS, ORH here, and can solve all your health problems but have no clue how to solve mine. My cardiologist got me on Multaq back in 10/'19 and I stopped taking it, when I learned that my problem was electrical and went to that kind of cardiologist. They could not do an ablation as I have written about, but gave me many Rx to take. They told me my problem would not kill me, but I would have a poor quality of life. After awhile, I decided that I had rather die than live with this and so I stopped all Rx except my blood thinner. I reconsidered my status and started back on the Multaq a month ago.

A month ago I asked my natural doctor to take over my situation and he is running tests. This week I told him that my Multaq is running out and should I continue? He said that is toxic and a patient came to him which had to go on oxygen to live. It was because the Multaq had him in pulmonary fibrosis and his lungs could not put oxygen into his body. It has nothing to do with his heart. Right now, I am certain that this is what has happened to me.

Good people, Rx have side effects that can kill you. He chelated out his patient's lungs and he is now not on oxygen. That is the reason we all go on EC because our medical folks do not know sheet from shinola. I have decided that I need a medical person that sees me often and not once ever 6 months to review my lab work. I hope this makes sense. I know I have no easy out. Don't have pluggage, but an electrical problem that can't be addressed with an ablation treatment.

I don't have the answer, but am searching as we all are. I am using my Quack Chelation Doctor to get me through this. By the way, he was a marine boot, so he is grounded. He is 73, and no spring chicken. I am certain, I have made the right choice for counsel.


 Re: Pain and Stiffness in Legs After Sitting

Fri, 30 Oct 20 16:04:09 -0700
Posted by Rakaia (Perth, Australia ) on 10/30/2020

Hi, I have the same problem or rather did until a week ago when I decided that sugar and all forms of weight would be taken out of my diet. Within a few days, the stiffness had gone. So whether this is a dietary problem I’m not exactly sure but I am excited that I am no longer stiff after sitting.

I have also noticed that the stiffness could be there in the morning when I first woke up and I would have to stretch and stretch to relieve it. However, there is no sign of it now either from sitting or lying.

 Re: Pain and Stiffness in Legs After Sitting

Fri, 30 Oct 20 16:03:19 -0700
Posted by Susan (Los Angeles, Ca) on 10/30/2020

I make the "gin soaked raisins" by putting "golden" raisins in a glass bowl. Pour gin that has Juniper berries over the raisins- enough to cover the raisins. I leave the bowl on my countertop-not in the fridge. First day I cover with plastic wrap to let the gin really soak in. Second day I cover with 2 paper towels. I put 2 knives on top to keep the paper towel from dropping into the liquid. Stir once a day for 7-8 days. You will see the liquid turn thick and syrupy. Eat 9 raisins per day. You might see it help right away or it can take 3 months to see results. When I have been sitting on the ground gardening it really helped when I need to get up again. There is much less stiffness. Also read EC about curcumin for circulation too. Good luck Gracie

 Re: Pain and Stiffness in Legs After Sitting

Fri, 30 Oct 20 16:02:32 -0700
Posted by Art (California) on 10/30/2020

Hi Gracie,

The Amla is very useful for multiple health issues because it is a potent antioxidant and it is also antiinflammatory among other things. Although Amla is an antioxidant on its own, it activates the Nrf2/KEAP1 pathway which brings on even greater antioxidant activity. It lowers cholesterol and triglycerides also, but it is not the strongest in this respect. With continued use, you are likely to slowly notice other benefits, but as far as your leg stiffness that comes after sitting for awhile, this can be caused by several issues.

I don't know your age, but if you are around 45 years old or older, it could possibly be a circulation issue. If that is the case, sitting for awhile could expose it because sitting reduces circulation to the legs. A very simple and healthy thing you can try is to start walking everyday at as fast a pace as you feel stable and comfortable with. This will also have longer term health benefits. It may take about a month of regular fast paced walking to improve leg circulation and potentially alleviate the problem if it is caused by poor circulation.

Another potential cause is nerve compression when sitting. This can cause the nerves that run from the lumbar spine into the legs to become slightly inflamed and this could cause the pain and stiffness when you get up. You can ice the lower spine and hip region while sitting to see if this alleviates the pain and stiffness after several applications.

Based on the fact that you said that the pain and stiffness dissipates quickly within a few steps after getting up, I would lean more toward the poor circulation idea because as soon as you stand, better circulation resumes to the legs and as soon as the circulation normalizes within a few steps, the pain and stiffness resolves itself.

Please come back and let EC know if either of these ideas are helpful for you.


 Re: Pain and Stiffness in Legs After Sitting

Fri, 30 Oct 20 16:01:15 -0700
Posted by Carolyn (Canada) on 10/30/2020

Google "chi machine" or look up other devices that you put your feet on to increase the circulation in your legs. I personally LOVE my chi machine! Sun Ancon seems to be the best quality and most popular. It is expensive but will last a life time and worth every penny health wise. It can be used on the floor or on a firm mattress with a board under the machine so it doesn't over heat. It makes me feel amazing, gets rid of cellulite/toxins, increases immune system, circulation and oxygen throughout the entire body. I love the oxygen rush that goes through my body when it is done working its magic. I'm 68 years young.

Art Solbrig Protocol for Gum Disease

Fri, 30 Oct 20 15:47:54 -0700
Posted by Dee (California) on 10/30/2020

H Art,

I may not be reading this properly: "Take a zinc lozenge in the morning and try not to swallow any of it." Are you to spit the zinc lozenge out after swishing around in your mouth? How about the other lozenge, swish & spit? For me the instructions are not fully clear.

Thank you for your time and understanding to further explain for me. Dee

Apple Cider Vinegar for Actinic Keratosis

Fri, 30 Oct 20 15:44:00 -0700
Posted by Doug (Seattle) on 10/30/2020
2 out of 5 stars

Doctor diagnosed Actinic Keratosis on face. Have tried ACV by applying tissue wetted in ACV on affected areas of face multiple times a day (including overnight), pausing if it gets too sore.

After say 10 days of treatment, the AKs will scab up and fall off. However, they all come back again. Have repeated the ACV treatment after a couple years with same result: the AKs come back again. I feel that, at least in my case, the ACV does not penetrate deep enough, or possibly it is just not effective enough to completely remove what causes the AKs.

I will try eggplant mixed with ACV next time, and perhaps olive oil with tea tree.

  Re: Apple Cider Vinegar, Eggplant for Solar Keratosis

Fri, 30 Oct 20 15:33:34 -0700
Posted by Doug (Seattle) on 10/30/2020

Hi Linda (Seattle).

I know it's been some years since you posted, but did you cook the eggplant first, or did you mash it up raw? Also, have you had any relapse of the keratosis? I've tried just the ACV (no eggplant). It has worked for me temporarily, but each time the keratosis has come back.

Pain and Stiffness in Legs After Sitting

Fri, 30 Oct 20 10:01:01 -0700
Posted by Gracie (UK) on 10/30/2020

I recently wrote about having arthritis, and that virtually no supplements had helped with the pain. I'd tried taking borax for a a couple of months several times, but this also proved unsuccessful. Perhaps in my case it needed to be taken for a longer period of time for improvement to be felt.

However, I read Art's article on memory loss and intrigued I started taking Amla because it is said to be beneficial for so many ailments, also Moringa, D3, and recommenced having an 1/8 teaspoonful of borax a day. And currently I am relatively pain free. I feel that the Amla has helped the most, but who can say.

But when I sit for any length of time my legs hurt and stiffen up and I have to heave myself up to a standing position. And when I attempt to walk I'm all over the place. It does right itself after I've walked a couple of yards, but I'm always a bit unsteady.

Does anyone have any suggestions to help with this?

Best wishes.

  Re: Warning About Taking Tums

Fri, 30 Oct 20 09:58:55 -0700
Posted by HisJewel (USA) on 10/30/2020

Regarding the Effects of Tums as an Antacid and on Bones,

My mother always took a Mult-vitamins, B-Complex and JP which may have been a blessing to her. Though she walked with Tums and Alka-Seltzer in her pocketbook encase of a heartburn or antacid attack, she had strong bones even in her nineties. The key may be in mineral balancing. Also, recently I was trying to figure out what to do about the throat burn I get from taking Alpha-lipoic acid and someone said to take a Tums, to my amazement it worked for me.

  Re: Elderly Father Suffering From Strange Sensations in Mouth

Fri, 30 Oct 20 09:57:54 -0700
Posted by Anjum (CA) on 10/30/2020

Hi Lee,

This is Anjum in California. I had the similar problem in 2000, when I was only 43 years old and went to a dentist for a check up. I didn't go a dentist in years. The dentist said every thing is fine, I would need a little cleaning so I was ok with that. When I can back home I couldn't sleep and was tasting weird metallic taste in my mouth. It just went worse and worse then it was acidic and started to burn my mouth. The burning was unbearable sometimes, specially when I ate food.

Let me make the story short and tell you that I suffered for more then 10 years and did every thing that was told. I took all the vitamins, minerals, ALA, Algae, Hydrogen piroxide, Apple cider vineger, oil pulling, green smoothies and more but all in vain. You name it and I have done it.

Then I stopped, Sugar, white bread, rice, and sweet fruits like bananas, oranges and mangoes (which I loved) and took corn bread only as a grain, vegetables, eggs and little meat, green smoothies and ginger and cilantro. I will put a little piece of ginger in my mouth all the time and eat bunch of cilantro with each meal. I was taking all my vitamins though ( not multi vitamins)but selected ones, like D3, K2, selenium, B complex, Amino essentials and I also take a natural herb from Ayurveda called "TRIPHALA" at night which helps with my bile reflux. I don't have a gall bladder for 27 years and I also have GRAVES so I need to watch what I can take. I don't eat sugar, milk, cheese, tomatoes, spices and egg plants.

Any way, I felt better in 6 months. The burning was gone. The burning comes back when I eat tomatoes and sugary things like cake ice cream, pizza ect. But I can eat these things once in a while, like once a month or so.

I hope this helps. It's not hard. Ginger tea, ginger ( just sucking it) and even put a little flat piece of ginger in your mouth at night too. ( I did it when it was unbearable)

  Re: Milk of Magnesia for Burning Tongue

Fri, 30 Oct 20 09:56:37 -0700
Posted by Carol (Missouri) on 10/30/2020

Rinsing with Milk of Magnesia works wonders. It's also a great deodorant.

  Re: Alternative to Manuka Honey

Fri, 30 Oct 20 09:53:59 -0700
Posted by Reina (Netherlands) on 10/30/2020

A good alternative to Manuka honey seems to be heather honey. I have found a raw local heather honey which I use for colds and sinuses season. Also I eat bits of the honeycomb which I chew and swallow completely - not sure but I believe in Bee products and think it is good to profit from these goodies. Right now reading Simon Buxton's book called 'The Shamanic Way of the Bee', interesting read about a little known practise in the world of Bees.

  Multiple Remedies for Meningiomas

Fri, 30 Oct 20 09:52:39 -0700
Posted by Eve (Sydney, Australia ) on 10/30/2020

What radiation protective cell phone case do you use and where did you buy it from?

Kind regards,