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  Art's Memory Loss Remedies

Wed, 30 Sep 20 17:16:31 -0700
Posted by Art (California) on 09/30/2020

Mary, the studies for sunflower lecithin and cholesterol are nil. Alternatives to consider are food grade diatomaceous earth and fenugreek.


  Blurry Eye Remedies

Wed, 30 Sep 20 17:16:08 -0700
Posted by Linda (Tx) on 09/30/2020

I get itchy red eyes each spring and fall. Nothing stops the itching, and I have tried dozens of remedies, but a cold cloth held on the eye off and on til itching stops. Hope this helps.

  Re: Nicotine for COVID-19

Wed, 30 Sep 20 16:30:08 -0700
Posted by Cindy (Illinois, Usa) on 09/29/2020

Addendum to my post:

I neglected to add that nicotine in a smoker doesn't appear to travel beyond the upper respiratory system - the airborne virus's entry point. Which would explain why smokers are ONLY 50% less likely to contract Covid-19, which I had, back in July, and had always known I'd ingested as I'd been busy and as "socially distant" as a body can get for almost 3 weeks prior.

I suspect I got it from the lettuce on a sandwich I'd gotten at the "Drive-thru" because I hadn't been to get groceries for almost a month and had finished off the last of the peanut butter the day before - it being the last "food" in the house as I had because I'd been putting off getting groceries because I was busy.

  Blurry Eye Remedies

Wed, 30 Sep 20 16:28:21 -0700
Posted by Lisa (Hawaii) on 09/30/2020

I had some blurry eye problems, here is my 2 cents:

Colloidal silver kills most all pathogens but is flushed out in 15 minutes. Reapply every hour.

If she also has dementia then probably a systemic fungal issue along with other infections that are hidden. The first thing I would try is 1 to 10 drops of methylene blue, every morning. CHEAP!! It is sold as aquarium treatment use 2% drops. Very anti-fungal and very antioxidant, helped my vision when nothing else was working.

Careful, it stains everything.

Very messy if you spill it. and turns your mouth blue for about an hour. You will even get blue pee, not to worry it is not a problem. It should also help dramatically with her dementia.

Bechets Disease Remedies Needed

Wed, 30 Sep 20 16:25:54 -0700
Posted by Fjenk123 (Murfreesboro, Tn) on 09/30/2020
5 out of 5 stars

I need help. Is there anything that can help with Bechets Disease? Or cure it? Thanks.

  Re: Need Suggestions for Mama's Mother In Law With Blurry Eye

Wed, 30 Sep 20 16:25:12 -0700
Posted by Dee (California) on 09/30/2020

Hi Mama,

You may consider giving "Ancestral Supplements" a try. You do not need to take the full 6 capsules, I am doing 2 caps a day for the one I am using. It is not the cheapest product but sure is done the right way. They have a "like supports like" "nose to tail" approach to helping heal the body. They do have eyes. I and my fur kids are taking a supplement which is doing us well, even my CKD fur kid. You can go to their site which has a wealth of information, email with questions and you will get an answer back ( customer support is over the moon great) they also sell on Amazon. Something to check out. I wish I had known about them when a family member was in much need for this type nutrition. Hope you find the help you are looking for, where ever it may come from. Stay well.


  Re: Need Suggestions for Mama's Mother In Law With Blurry Eye

Wed, 30 Sep 20 16:24:57 -0700
Posted by Art (California) on 09/30/2020


The fact that the colloidal silver clears it with one application and then it comes back, suggests that continued applications are needed. Remember, CS acts similarly to a broad spectrum antibiotic and whenever a doctor puts you on an antibiotic regimen, it is never for just one pill or one day, it is for a full series and in this sense CS and antibiotics are similar. CS is potent, but not that potent that it can knock it out in just one or two treatments and each time you do a single one dose treatment you run the risk of the pathogen developing resistance to CS.

Many people think that pathogens can not develop resistance to CS, but there are already bacteria known to be resistant to CS.


  Infrared Light Therapy for Eye Issues

Wed, 30 Sep 20 16:24:39 -0700
Posted by Tessa (Okanagan) on 09/30/2020

Hi -

Regarding infrared light therapy on your eyes, I think it depends on the product.

I have a Sota LightWorks paddle - one side is red light, the other side is NIR (near infrared). It works by putting the paddle directly on the skin (not through clothing).

Other companies (Joovv, PlatinumLED, etc.) have panels of red lights and you stand in front of them at a distance for a certain amount of time. I don't know about those.

The red side of the Sota paddle is not to be used on the eyes. However, for the NIR (near infrared) side, they advise you to apply the light to the side of your head with your eyes closed.

If you are in doubt about putting any light device on or near your eyes, I would check with the manufacturer first. Better to be safe, than sorry.

Also, there are cautions for those who are pregnant and anyone with pacemakers, etc.

For the record, I haven't used the Sota LightWorks paddle on my head at all. I'm concentrating on my sore joints (ankles, etc.) and over my liver (no problems there that I know of, just preventative).

Here's the manual:


  Re: Nicotine Being Investigated for COVID-19

Wed, 30 Sep 20 16:24:10 -0700
Posted by Orh (Ten Mile , Tn) on 09/30/2020

CINDY, ORH here, and impressed with this post and your knowledge of the tobacco herb. I still have the the worthless stock, Rock Creek Pharmaceuticals, after my ole Wi boss used their Ky tobacco supplement to treat his arthritis. It worked. It was so good that Big Pharma got after them with both feet. That included sending the Gov of Va and his wife to prison. BIG PHARMA makes the Mofia look like SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS. If you research the net, some will say to hold the worthless stock because the product worked. I know you are a knowledgeable person and hope you will keep posting on tobacco. Finally got back to using hemp, thanks to Trump. Maybe we will get back to tobacco. I loved smoking, but over did it, as all usually do. Camels unfiltered was the creme de la creme.


  Re: Arrhythmia

Wed, 30 Sep 20 16:22:21 -0700
Posted by Nancy (America) on 09/30/2020


Check your levels of magnesium and potassium.

  Re: Arrhythmia

Wed, 30 Sep 20 16:22:03 -0700
Posted by Shannon (Calgary) on 09/30/2020

Reply to Roy, South Africa, Sept 27 2020 re: heart arrhythmia

My situation is different from yours, but I have used this treatment for myself and others. I had heart pains 10 times per minute after contracting H1N1. I was in intensive care and the doctors told me they were more worried about me having a heart attack than me having to be on a ventilator. I used Strauss Heartdrops (made in Canada) 4 times per hour and by the end of the first day, my heart pains had decreased to a few times per day. I used the drops for a few months (but only 4 times per day), and now I have a bottle that I just use a couple of times per month. It is a natural product from an old European recipe and I swear by it.

My boss had a bad system from years of medication for gout. He was showing signs of heart attack (pain in the left shoulder, paleness, sweating, anxiety) and the doctor told him he probably pulled a muscle. (!! ) I got him some Strauss and stood there while he took it. It really doesn't taste good and a lot of people give up after one dose. I told him to hold it under his tongue for three minutes and then swallow. He came to me a few hours later and told me he had taken another dose and he was starting to feel better. His wife is very grateful to me.

If the taste is beyond horrible for you, put the dose in some juice. I feel that holding it under the tongue is the best way to get the most from this product.

By the way, I was also taking organic sulphur crystals when I had H1N1. I attribute the sulphur to my very fast recovery and I feel it helped with my heart issues too.

Best of luck to you, Roy. I hope you feel better soon.


  Re: Arrhythmia

Wed, 30 Sep 20 16:20:47 -0700
Posted by Donald (Usa) on 09/30/2020


Have your doctor order a blood Viscosity Test

Then donate blood on regular basis your new blood will have lower viscosity


  Re: Arrhythmia

Wed, 30 Sep 20 16:20:02 -0700
Posted by Denise (Tn) on 09/30/2020

My Hubs had this, had 8 places that had to be repaired in his heart. The surgery is preformed by a physician specially trained in the electric circuitry of the heart. Recovery has taken 3 full years, is in Normal Sinus Rhythm now.

While waiting for surgery he had a very low blood pressure and heart rate often to 120. He got some relief by soaking feet 2x a week in epsom salt/magnesium water. Magnesium deficiency will increase irregularity.... Arrhythmia is caused by an "electrical short" in the conduction of electricity in the heart. If anyone had an ablation, you need to have one to repair the new places that sometimes occur.25% of all ablation surgeries need some touch-up surgery to correct malfunctions.

One other cause of arrhythmia is a cervical vertebrae that is out of alignment. if you have a tender spot in neck around the cervical 5-6, caused arrhythmia on me. I put it back in alignment by putting ellbows on high chest(to remove stress off vertebrae, and rotated head slowly in small circles.. )

  Re: Sinus Polyps

Wed, 30 Sep 20 16:19:12 -0700
Posted by Daniel (London ) on 09/30/2020


How did you get on? Are you nasal polyps free? I do know that you posted message one year ago. I have been suffering from chronic sinusitis with nasal polyps for many years like most of us.

I admire you for deep knowledge of sinusitis ailment. Could you please give more tips on diet to follow? Such as free gluten porridge is allowed or other free gluten products?

I would be grateful if you could reply to me.


  Re: Arrhythmia

Wed, 30 Sep 20 16:18:33 -0700
Posted by Tessa (Okanagan) on 09/30/2020

Hi ORH –

I imagine you have heard about the Zeta Potential. Based on the research of a chemist, Thomas M. Riddick, Dr. T.C. McDaniel applied the concepts to cardiovascular disease (he was his own guinea pig). He wrote a book called “Disease Reprieve – Living into the Golden Years” (1999). He died at the age of 102 – so something must have worked!

According to Dr. McDaniel, “Once plasma electrolytes are balanced, blood pressure will come down, circulation will improve, and arrhythmias will disappear.” He talks about the importance of the “electric force” in health.

Zeta Aid is the result of his findings. While he would use IVs when he was working with patients, the potassium/electrolyte combination is now available in powder form.

Zeta Aid Crystal ingredients: A proprietary blend of food grade Potassium compounds. Dr. T.C. McDaniel's primary areas of treatment: blood clots, high blood pressure, circulatory disorders, arrhythmia, kidney stones, peripheral vascular diseases, chronic fatigue, Crohn's Disease.

I have no idea if it works (I can be quite gullible at times) but it is relatively cheap ($20 for a three-week supply). It might be something to check out.

Here is another site on Zeta Potential (the bit about Dr. McDaniel is under the section “Disease Reprieve”) although the whole article is quite interesting.

If you want more medical detail, Thomas Riddick wrote “Control of Colloid Stability through Zeta Potential” in 1968. There is some of his information on this old site:

Take care.

  Art's Memory Loss Remedies

Wed, 30 Sep 20 14:33:33 -0700
Posted by Art (California) on 09/30/2020

Hi Barbara,

The benefits my friend received from that memory improvement regimen were a complete reversal of all of the memory issues that she told me about such as now she never loses her train of thought in the middle of a conversation or says she can't remember what she was talking about or what she was about to say and her speech when talking is now uninterrupted with no pauses at all. She also does not have to write things down to remember, such as when she would go online to research, she had started having to write down what it was she wanted to search for because if she didn't, by the time she turned on her computer and got online, she would forget what she was going to look up. She stopped forgetting what she had gone to look for in another room. It is common to go to another room and forget what you went there to get, but in her case, that had become an everytime event and that is no longer an issue for her. Her ability to find the right word when needed was restored. Her ability to remember specific events in a movie we had just watched or recently watched was restored very well. Previously if I asked her a question about a movie we had just watched or very recently watched, she would simply say I don't remember, now she is ready with all of the details. I had noticed that she had started withdrawing from conversing with others when previously she was always fully involved in conversations and was quick to initiate a conversation on her own with others.

She would have moments where she might get a little confused or foggy, but when I saw how she dealt with the salesman at the car dealership, it was clear to me that the moments of mild confusion were a thing of the past. She was sharp as a tack with him and quite willing to impose her will.

Another thing I noticed was that she was beginning to lose interest in going places or doing new things and now she seems to have no problem with going wherever she needs to go when she wants.

These are things that I have noticed have improved. I can't get inside her head and see things from her perspective, but I can clearly see that she is no longer withdrawn and is more engaged when around others and never hesitates to converse. For me it is like I am talking to the younger person that I remember who had somehow slipped away.

I think the way she was is what some doctors call age related memory decline and those doctors will tell you that this is normal in the elderly and is expected with aging, but I am not willing to accept that age related memory decline is normal as I see people in their 70's, 80's and 90's who are still mentally sharp. So why is it normal for them to be sharp, but others not so much? Had her doctor told her that, she may have just accepted that this is normal for her age of 78, but to me there is nothing normal about it and should not just be accepted by a patient. On EC people have shown that they can manipulate health to their benefit and I believe this is possible when it comes to certain memory issues too. I'm not saying that a person can be brought back from severe dementia, but I do believe that if a person takes steps to try and improve themselves at the first signs of memory issues it is possible in many cases to improve!


  Re: White Tongue Syndrome

Wed, 30 Sep 20 14:32:37 -0700
Posted by Maximac (Alabama) on 09/30/2020

Hi Mike,

I know this is an old post but I found it looking for tongue/oral issues. I have had constant white patches on my tongue and inside my cheeks. Looking back, I've had stomach issues my whole life, starting at age 9 being diagnosed with a stomach ulcer. I have no idea what pharmaceuticals were used but I was prescribed a bland diet and 2 tablespoons of Mylanta every 3 hours around that clock for about 3 months. It was the 70's. Even after I was deemed healed, my stomach burned. I just learned to live with it and believed that I was going to feel that way pretty much forever. My stomach probably still burns now but I don't even notice it because it always has and I'm 57 now.

Fast forward, for the last 3 years or so, I have noticed the white patches that the dentist call leukoplakia but doesn't treat nor tell me how or why it develops as he claims they, "don't know." I am so very tired of it, a sore tongue, heat sensitive mouth, and the white stuff that just doesn't belong! Of course, I have had bloating, weight gain and some of a general feeling of not well sometimes. I have had a stomach scope and discovered some stomach polyps which no one knows what causes those. I think a total lack of good gut bacteria has hurt all of me so we have started making our own kimchee and kefir. I am encouraged about the Betaine and will give that a try to see if I can garner some control over my health once again.

I am thankful for this site as medical doctors are not learned on the natural ways of our body. They are great at medicating. Don't get me wrong, meds are great when you are critical, but treating your body in the way of healing, not so much. I look forward to reporting back!

 Re: Help Needed for Anxiety and Chronic Tension Headaches

Wed, 30 Sep 20 14:32:18 -0700
Posted by Cris (QLD) on 09/30/2020

Make sure you are drinking enough good quality water and try taking Magnesium (preferably sea minerals). You could also massage the Sea Minerals or Magnesium oil onto you temples with a little DMSO.

 Re: Help Needed for Anxiety and Chronic Tension Headaches

Wed, 30 Sep 20 14:31:59 -0700
Posted by H W (Pennsylvania) on 09/30/2020

Have you been to the dentist lately? I know someone who woke up with awful tension headaches like yours that lasted all day. She tried all manner of things. Peppermint essential oil applied on the temples and forehead cut the pain by 50% so you might try that. She also did progressive muscle relaxation exercises every day when she got home from work and that also helped relieve the muscle stiffening. However, it wasn't till she went to the dentist that she found she was grinding her teeth at night while she was sleeping (caused by a lot of stress in her life) and that was causing the headache pain all day. He gave her mouth guards to use when she slept and the headaches were eliminated. I would also echo the use of magnesium (600 mg a day - 200mg at each meal) and B vitamins that the others have suggested. As well as potassium and calcium too. Anything that would help you relax would be good - taking a good long walk out in nature every day or some other form of exercise outside if possible, chamomile or lemon balm tea or capsules, warm baths, massages, foot rubs, cuddling with a pet, etc. And figure out some ways to simply be good to yourself! You're worth it!

 Re: MMS

Wed, 30 Sep 20 14:31:30 -0700
Posted by Andrea (Channahon Il) on 09/30/2020

I have morgellons....I use glutathione nac...glutamine...alpha lipoic acid msm..

Carprylic acid oregano oil..vitaminD3..baking soda baths and Debriding soap from Charles Holman association for morgellons...My eruptions are few...I dont itch..if I did I wouldn't itch them I would bathe in essential oils baking soda and Epsom salts..I dry brush my body from my feet brushing up to my flushes the lymph system..Dont pick your lesions...ever ..even if something is in your will eventually fall off itself.and if you do pick you will get bright red scars..I take olazapine for the brain..
I stopped taking it for a month..sores came I am back on it 10 mg.1 a day..

I hope my regimen helps someone...ty