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  Re: Hydrogen Water

10 days ago
Posted by mmsg (somewhere, europe) on 07/20/2021

Cindy, I heard that it's the high magnesium content that does the healing in all those "healing springs".

Hydrogen Water

10 days ago
Posted by Cindy (Illinois, USA) on 07/20/2021
5 out of 5 stars

In my exploration of colloidal silver, it occurred to me that perhaps the water at Lourdes comes down through the Pyrenees across a vein of silver somewhere but, apparently, it's actually what some call "hydrogen water".

In looking into what hydrogen water is, I found something very peculiar. Machines that dissolve extra hydrogen are actually sold - and not only sold but, some, for thousands of dollars!

Here's the deal. You can get the same "hydrogenated" water by heating it which increases the hydrogen by decreasing the oxygen so, just heat some water and treat it like an indigo vat because that's where the magic of indigo is - "hydrogen" water - I.e. low oxygen water. It's also that magical "feel good" effect of tea as well as why hot springs can't support aquatic life. Not enough oxygen.

So, if you want some hydrogen water just heat some up which will cause it to throw off oxygen, increasing its hydrogen and then be sure not to stir it up or shake it or splash it around. That's it! Practically free hydrogen water! Yeah!!

But don't forget! Silver is awesome!!

Now, somebody can sell "magical tea kettles" that make "hydrogen water" for thousands of dollars! ROFL!

P.S. Something else occurs to me which is that urine contains NO dissolved oxygen so, it is 95% hydrogen water...very interesting...given its profound therapeutic effects...I never did get up the gumption to drink it. I tried it but...it's a psychological thing, I guess...but boiled water...I can DO that!

  Re: Remedies for Lymphedema

10 days ago
Posted by Judith (US) on 07/20/2021

I've been interested in reading your posts on lymphedema. I too have tried stockings, massage, etc was recently told by the clinic I'm under that the wrapping is not appropriate for me. I argued the case, but to no avail. My legs are much worse in extreme heat. I find walking difficult now as can't get shoes to fit over my feet. My feet, calves, and thighs, are extremely swollen. I'm going to try inversion, supplements, but have green tea already and Epsom salts. My Lymphedema was brought on after a full hysterectomy.

I'll report back on the natural remedies.

  Re: Treating Bursitis

10 days ago
Posted by mmsg (somewhere, europe) on 07/20/2021

Kristi, perhaps it would be useful to go to a conventional doctor and get a diagnosis. Then you will know what you are dealing with and can look for alternative remedies.

  Re: Sickness After Traveling

10 days ago
Posted by Marsh (Colorado) on 07/19/2021

Although this post is 7 years old, I just had an experience in Mexico after traveling there 3 times this year on business. Upon each return my system was a bit out of sorts. This month I had something like an IBS attack (stomach was in great pain which caused bad lower back pain). Acupuncture, DMSO and a low does of CBD/THS (2.5mg each) helped. After about 3 days of pain, I remembered the discomfort was similar to having a horrible parasite many years ago. Reintroduced an IBS elemental liquid diet with absorb plus (also bone broth) to calm inflamed intestines and 1/2t pure gum spirits of turpentine to kill whatever it was. I keep turp on hand and will start traveling with it in the future especially to third world countries. After the second day of the diet, the discomfort stopped but still eating foods that are easy to digest. I suggest researching absorb plus, and Dr. Jennifer Daniels about gum spirits.

  Apple Cider Vinegar for Tinnitus

10 days ago
Posted by Lenna (Lumby, B C) on 07/19/2021

Jnell, I am suffering constant loud tinnitus and am not getting any relief from an expensive supplement. I am going to try the ACV and just wanted to thank you for posting your story. Because you actually live in the same village, I feel safer trying something else.

Lenna

  Re: Boron for Morgellons

10 days ago
Posted by Darla (Ontario) on 07/19/2021

Thanks Katzie! Where is this Insider info that you read that said only 3mg and will 3 mg cure the Morgellons and does it say how long it takes and anything else I must do? I had the PCR test back in November before all the videos were out! Lucky me, that will be the last time I trust government or healthcare! I am so upset! Do you have any idea where I can find this information? I appreciate your help! Thanks Darla

  Re: Borax for Bald Spots

10 days ago
Posted by RAJ (LA CA) on 07/19/2021

Would you mind giving us an update about his baldness story? Thanks.

  Re: 5HTP and Acetyl L-Carnitine for Depression

10 days ago
Posted by Julie (Chesapeake, VA) on 07/19/2021

Interestingly enough I also had a negative reaction to 5HTP, it actually made me angry and I'm not typically an angry person so I also threw mine away. I will definitely be trying your recommendation. Is there a specific brand that you like?

  Re: ACV for Squamous Cell Carcinoma

10 days ago
Posted by Mike T (Raleigh, NC) on 07/19/2021

ACV can work, the trick is to be very targeted. Or else you can end up scabbing a larger area and it's hard to tell what's going on. Your best best is Curaderm. We have seen CBD oil work but when applied right when the cells manifest.

You can have success with alternating applications of a) iodine (higher the concentration the better), b) d-limonene (make a pinhole in the end of supplement/gel), c) frankincense essential oil. Of the above three, all are anti-tumor. I rotate during the day topical application separated by 1-2 hours each. (Use one, then wait 1-2 hours, use the next, etc.) In my experience, you can see the area of concern shrinking and areas of blood/new tissue filling in.

Of course besides the Curaderm, a 3-4 day fast should be high on your list. All sorts of HGH, stem cell activity, autophagy, and the c-cells get nuked first during a fast of 3-4 days.

Avoiding as much sugar as possible is always key as is reducing sunlight exposure if you are light skinned. IF you don't see progress of any self-treatment method in a few weeks you should seek out a diagnosis if you have not already.

  Re: Treating Bursitis

10 days ago
Posted by Kristi (Pittsburgh, PA) on 07/19/2021

I don't even know if this is what I have, this is the 4th thing I found that it could be, I just know the pain is God awful and when I stand for longer (or walk) than 30 seconds I get this almost BONE BREAKING pain from my ankle, up the side of my leg, my thigh to my hip.

It quite literally hurts so bad that I've imagined not being able to sit down in a chair and every bone in my leg breaking because it hurts so bad. Never had this before but have had Sciatica issues.

What is "MOM" treatment?

Also, I heard that potatoes had a lot of acids and therefore were bad during inflammatory episodes (no matter the issue) so how does potato steeping work?

- I don't think it's a hip alignment, self-tested, my iliac crest is not "crooked" and seems to be aligned.

- This does not feel like any Sciatica I have ever had and I once was unable to WALK due to it.

- I don't think it's dislocated hip I think I wouldn't be able to walk at all if that were the case. I've had dislocated knees and wanted to pass out from the pain.

IDK what else it could be.

  Re: Trying Nutmeg for Large Recurring Boils

10 days ago
Posted by ivybridge (TN) on 07/19/2021

It is possible that your hormones are out of balance. Here is a list of steroidal hormones that I would check.

Steroid Hormones:

Testosterone, Free with Total
Estrogens, Total
Estrone
Estradiol
DHEA-S
Progesterone
Pregnenolone
Dihydrotestosterone (DHT)
FSH/LH
Cortisol

  Re: Remedies for Meningiomas

10 days ago
Posted by Rita (Los Angeles ) on 07/19/2021

I'm so glad you are getting better! Would you please let us know where we can buy these supplements and maybe a link to them, so we get the correct ones? Thank you!!! 🙏

EC: Unlikely the poster from 2014 will see your message after 7+ years, sorry!

  Re: MSM Side Effects

11 days ago
Posted by Jay Sc (USA) on 07/19/2021

https://www.greatplainslaboratory.com/organic-acids-test

"I wish there was a blood test which could reveal every single nutrient or vitamin a human may be seriously lacking in their life!"

Fabulous test to tell you just that.

  Re: Supplements and Dosages for Heart Murmur

11 days ago
Posted by Amy (Chattanooga, TN ) on 07/19/2021

My baby weighs 15.5 lbs. They said she has a slight heart murmur. She's part Maltese & pomeranian. Do you think I should give mine 1/2 of what you give yours?

  Lysine for Tailbone Pain

11 days ago
Posted by Tessa (Okanagan) on 07/19/2021

Hi HisJewel -

Glad to hear that lysine is working for your pain! I'm beginning to think it's one of those "unsung heroes" that not too many people know about. It's also good for cardiovascular health (among other things).

As part of Linus Pauling's cardiovascular protocol (which includes various nutrients), he recommended 1,000 mg lysine daily for prevention and up to 6 grams daily if you have heart disease.

As for exercise, I'm wondering if getting your lymph moving in a gentle way (like one poster, Cindy, recommends) by bouncing softly on your bed (feet on floor, bottom on a mattress with springs), a yoga ball (there are much smaller balls too that will do the trick), a rebounder or anything with "give" - just to help the flow.

I wish you all the best. Take care,

Tessa

  Re: Apple Cider Vinegar for Low Energy

11 days ago
Posted by Ana (Vizcaya) on 07/19/2021

Hola, buenos días, Me estoy recuperando despacio con el vinagre, pero no acabo de encontrar una marca q me de energía, podría decirme la que le dio resultado? Muchas gracias.

Hello, good morning, I am recovering slowly with the vinegar, but I just can't find a brand that gives me energy, could you tell me the one that worked for you? Thank you.

DMSO for Dental Issues, Anti-Aging | Then Borax+Baking Soda for the Breath

11 days ago
Posted by Art Jackson (Sg) on 07/19/2021
5 out of 5 stars

Keeping the circulatory system moving is a must -

If you gargle about a shot of DMSO it will help tighten loose teeth, saturate the gums with oxygen while destroying gingivitis bacterium lurking at the gum line & then after a few minutes of swishing "Swallow" Yup, clears the arteries slows or stops Alzheimer's & lots of other goodies Ted raves about - ask & he will tell. But then ya stink like Potato socks or rancid garlic.

Now follow the Borax Baking Soda regime (https://www.earthclinic.com/remedies/borax-baking-soda-benefits.html) & your sweat will smell like a freshly washed baby. Ok, maybe not but you won't stink like Road Kill either.

Nattokinase for Migraines

11 days ago
Posted by Natalia (Romania) on 07/19/2021
5 out of 5 stars

I had debilitating trigeminal neuralgia. Let say pain score 1-10 I have had 15. Classic therapy Gabapentin 600 mg, Stugeron 50 mg, Diclofenac or either Naproxen, Magnesium bisglicinate gave me just temporary relief.

Then I took 200 mg of Nattokinase because it was throbbing in spite of all this and started in the middle of the night while I was sleeping, so to take all this again was a bit too much. After about 1 hr pain stopped. In the morning I had just a vague sensation of throbbing maybe 1-2 out of 10.

So I took 200 mg of Nattokinase more and NO PAIN. AND I DID NOT TAKE ANYTHING FROM THE LIST ABOVE.

I am so happy! I will continue to have Nattokinase 100 mg as a support for the next few days. I am an emergency physician myself and I can say this supplement is miraculous. In the way to replace Aspirin, but now with Elaine's 2011 post (nattokinase page), it saved my life. Thank you.

  Re: Trying Nutmeg for Large Recurring Boils

11 days ago
Posted by mmsg (somewhere, europe) on 07/19/2021

Ronda, could there be something that is causing the boils? A food that your body can't handle?