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  Re: Progesterone and PSA

Tue, 30 Jun 20 17:46:07 -0700
Posted by Orh (Ten Mile, Tn) on 06/30/2020

Charity, ORH here,,,,,, let me tell you a story as to how dumb I ams. Some 15 years ago, I started reading about anti-aging, but did not know squat. I learned of a firm in NC that tested your blood and told you which way was up. I e mailed them and ask them how does I get this blood test done and what will they tell me? The guy called back and told me they only work with doctors like Dr Troxell, who just moved to Knoxville. That is when I called her and we now blood kin after all this time. She loves my Tractor Driver because she does exactly what she says. Me....... I got to read up and may modify her directions. She still loves me a little. So........ yes progesterone is part of our hormone modulation that she monitors every 6 months. I listen to my doctors counsel, but do not necessarily take it. My IQ is probably higher than theirs. If a specialist doctor has a ego problem, then we clash. If they are a smart Redneck, like me, then we work it all out. They usually cave when I offer them good stuff from our farm. I cheats a little. Ya'll know how I ams.

===ORH===

  Re: Borax for Arthritis

Tue, 30 Jun 20 17:44:45 -0700
Posted by Cindy (Illinois, Usa) on 06/30/2020

If you've been boron deficient for a long time, your body may be using the boron to fix something more vital. Which actually makes the teeth sensitivity aspect extremely interesting as it suggests sensitivity in the teeth may be connected to something more serious than arthritis.

Your body knows what it's doing. When it gets something it's been lacking, it doesn't care what you want it to do with it. It's going to apply it where it's needed most, first. Give it some time to get more serious issues under control. Don't try to force it.

  Question for Bill on Serrapeptase and Candida

Tue, 30 Jun 20 17:43:51 -0700
Posted by Violetta (Modena-Italy) on 06/30/2020

Bill, potresti indicare qualche protocollo sulla trementina?

Translation: Bill, could you indicate some protocol on turpentine?

  Re: Security Certificate - Question for Mmsg

Tue, 30 Jun 20 15:01:30 -0700
Posted by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 06/30/2020

I guess you did something good because I've tested twice now and that blurb is gone! Thank you!

EC: Ok, great!

If someone uploaded an image in their post in the past, we discovered that it might show that message, but on the majority of pages, it won't.

  Re: Potato Soup for COVID-19 Symptoms

Tue, 30 Jun 20 11:13:34 -0700
Posted by Cindy (Illinois, Usa) on 06/30/2020

Ah! Cayenne! Love me some cayenne. It always provides a boost and I've been playing with lower doses. I was using a teaspoon in a shot of water but 1/4 teaspoon seems to have the same effect but without the drama. If it's a remedy for something, I would say thhat 1/4 teaspoon should probably stop the problem from progressing so one could more "gently" resolve the issue as opposed to hitting it on the head with the sledgehammer of a whole teaspoon of 300k heating units, all at once. LOL! That's gotta be a shock to the system. Even if it does turn out to be a "good" shock, I don't think shocking the system is prudent. Unless there's something equally dramatic going on like hemorrhaging or a heart attack.

Of course, sometimes the drama is fun.

Rat Lungworm

Tue, 30 Jun 20 09:17:02 -0700
Posted by Jac (Ottawa, On Canada) on 06/30/2020

What do you know about Angiostrongyliasis (Rat Lungworm) and can you recommend a treatment?

EC: Hi Jac,

Please see the posts beneath this one for information on Vitamin C for Rat Lungworm Disease.

  Re: Security Certificate - Question for Mmsg

Tue, 30 Jun 20 08:54:27 -0700
Posted by Deirdre (Earth Clinic) on 06/30/2020

Hi Mmsg,

Can you please let us know which page you are on when you see the site certificate message? We can't duplicate your issue. All our browser pages are showing https://

Thanks!

  Re: PSA

Tue, 30 Jun 20 08:05:44 -0700
Posted by Charity (Faithville, Us) on 06/30/2020

Not sure if you are aware of Dr. John Lee what your doc didn't tell you books but in one he talks about the dose of progesterone for men for PSA numbers.

Re: Ted's Lime Alkalizing Remedy

Tue, 30 Jun 20 08:05:22 -0700
Posted by Chloe (NY) on 06/30/2020
0 out of 5 stars

I tried Ted's alkalizing lime formula two nights ago - 1/4 teaspoon of sodium bicarb and fresh lime juice to 8 oz of purified water. 5 hours later at 3:00am, I woke up with a stomach ache that lasted for hours. The next day, one of my eyes started twitching and basically hasn't stopped since then. I read that baking soda can pull essential nutrients from your body and FOR SURE that's the case with me! I have tried supplementing with magnesium to stop the eye twitch but it hasn't worked. Next I will try potassium supplements. I'm guessing it's potassium that got zapped.

Be careful with the baking soda, everyone!

Next time I will just do straight up lime or lemon juice in water to alkalize.

  Re: Ulcerative Colitis

Tue, 30 Jun 20 07:58:59 -0700
Posted by Charity (Faithville, Us) on 06/30/2020

Eric Berg had an ulcer and he teaches basics so sweetly

Blessings and healing to you, charity

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIAyFQNCGKk

Apple Cider Vinegar or White Vinegar for Scalp Folliculitis

Tue, 30 Jun 20 07:52:57 -0700
Posted by Elle (The Netherlands) on 06/30/2020
5 out of 5 stars

Hi All,

I posted about this issue before. As a sufferer of this condition for 8 years, I feel it is good to give an update because I now finally have it 98% under control. I was (mis) diagnosed with folliculitus decalvans a couple of years ago. The dermatologist prescribed low dose roaccutane. It cleared up the condition until I stopped the medication and the problem came back. So here is what I know, how I control it, and hopefully it can help someone out there.

Triggers:

Hats, stress (especially in situations in which I feel I don't have control, or not feeling good enough), not sleeping enough, not washing my hair EVERY SECOND DAY.

What made it worse/did not help:

Turmeric paste, yogurt, honey, castor oil, tea tree oil, all kinds of anti acne products, zink ointment especially, washing hair with anti dandruff shampoo, acupuncture, Chinese medicine, changes in diet

What helps:

A small dab of white vinegar or apple cider vinegar on the problem spot morning and night. DO NOT douse all surrounding tissues on your scalp with vinegar!

I believe if you treat small pimples like problem skin, the surrounding tissues will start to act like problem skin and so spread the condition. If it is in my hair where it is not visible, I usually just leave it alone, and it will dry out by itself.

For visible hairline problem areas:

  1. Leave a pimple until it forms a yellow head for as long as you can. Otherwise bring it to a head with a warm washcloth.
  2. Dab it with apple cider vinegar once or twice a day, until it pops. Be careful not to spread pus.
  3. Once the lesion is drained and DRY (30 minutes later) cover it with a thin layer of benzoil peroxide. That's it.

Drinking green tea and lemon water and eating lots of vegetables speeds up the healing process too.

Good luck to anyone who struggles with this disease. XXX

Culinary Argan Oil for Muscle Cramps

Tue, 30 Jun 20 07:49:59 -0700
Posted by Tatiana (Boston, Ma) on 06/29/2020
5 out of 5 stars

Culinary Argan Oil cured my muscle cramps and the muscle crams of 2 other people in my family.

I was getting terrible muscle cramps - sometimes as bad as 10X a day - I was afraid to go anywhere because I didn't know when I would unexpectedly get them and they were extremely painful and scary - I didn't know what was causing them & still don't.

I started taking 2 teaspoons a day of culinary Argan oil (one teaspoon at lunch, one at dinner), and within a few weeks, I realized the cramps were occurring less & less - it's been about 2 months since I started taking the Argan oil, and the cramps that I experienced for about 6 months are finally gone! I can't believe it and wanted to share on this site, which has helped me to find natural solutions for other health issues. Two family members who also started taking the Argan oil also noticed their cramps were went away - they did not get them as bad as I did, and I think that's why their results were more immediate. I highly recommend this amazing oil that not many people know about!!

There are two forms of it - the topical Argan oil and the lesser known culinary Argan oil. You can't ingest the topical kind - only the culinary kind. Argan oil is from Morocco and Israel.

  Re: Our Preacher Has Pancreatic Cancer

Tue, 30 Jun 20 07:47:50 -0700
Posted by Orh (Ten Mile, Tn) on 06/30/2020

RAY, ORH here, worked in '67 on the start up of the paper mill in Shelton, Tx. Love Texans. What I did was get off my hormone modulation as far as Testosterone is concerned. Did the Joe Teppins protocol, took a prostate supplement( PROSTATE SUPREME), did my PEMF cancer program and drank lots of water. To find the Joe Teppins protocol, google " MY CANCER STORY ROCKS". It is simple as it gets. I am not good at convincing folks to avoid chemo, and radiation. Oh, forgot, I did Transfer Point's Beta 1,3D Glucan according to my weight. That tops out your immune system. Lots of success stories there. I am back on my Testosterone Pellets.

====ORH====

  Re: Coconut Oil for COVID-19

Tue, 30 Jun 20 07:47:19 -0700
Posted by Charity (Faithville, Us) on 06/30/2020

Coconut oil is easily taken in by the skin which is your largest organ. I use it after my shower most days. I had a lot of old oil and I heard the Lord tell me to start putting it on my skin a while back. I use a tablespoon Coconut oil is anti viral, anti fungal, anti microbial, and anti bacterial. The liver does not have to break it down like other oils. Bruce Fife wrote some great books on the benefits of this oil. I learned a lot. I put some on my hand that has been working way to hard outside this past few weeks and is worn and torn. Then I put a nice latex glove on it. Hope all the sores and pain stop NOW. Wrapped my sore toe in a comfrey leaf. Lots more work to get done before summer heats up. Hope all of you have a safe and Reflective fourth of JULY for We are FREE. Blessings, Charity

  Re: Ulcerative Colitis

Tue, 30 Jun 20 07:46:05 -0700
Posted by Carmen (Melbourne, Australia) on 06/30/2020

Hi - is it too late to ask for Aggie's URL for her guide to clearing ulcerative colitis? Many thanks.

EC: Only if Aggie checks back on Earth Clinic after 12 years! We didn't have auto-notify via email back in 2008. Sorry!

Apple Cider Vinegar Slowly Shrinking Chalazion

Tue, 30 Jun 20 07:44:11 -0700
Posted by Jay (Winnipeg, MB) on 06/30/2020
5 out of 5 stars

Had a HUGE stye that turned into a chalazion and I was going at it hard with the hot compresses (4-5 times a day, at least 15 minutes at a time). This only made it get bigger. One thing to keep in mind is that heat increases sebum (oil) production in hair follicles, including the follicles of lashes. This can cause the follicles near the chalazion to clog up and impede drainage.

There's a good chance my follicles were already clogged by the huge stye my chalazion started out as. The excessive heat didn't help matters. Anyways, I decided to lay off the heat, just applying a compress twice a day, for 10 min at morning and 10 min at night.

I use the eye mask you can put in the microwave—it stays warm and you can easily re-heat. I bought mine from an optometry clinic but you can probably find one on Amazon. Anyways, I reduced compress use to 10 minutes at morning and night, followed by gentle pressure with cu-tip against the chalazion (as well as rolling it down the cyst toward the lash line).

In between doing this, so about 5 times a day, applied Apple cider vinegar with the “mother“ using a cu-tip. Dipped q-tip in vinegar, touched it against Kleenex so it wasn't dripping wet, then rolled q-tip over cyst and massaged gently into cyst, for about a minute. Got as close to the lash line as possible without getting any in my eye.

Chalazion is gradually shrinking (took a few days to notice a difference) and the lash follicles near the chalazion that had been filling with oil are draining as well.

In addition to the vinegar it's probably important to not overdo it with the heat. Too much heat also likely causes some inflammation and swelling which will just keep the silly thing from draining or make it worse. I would suggest at least try going down to warm compress 2-3 times a day, 10 minutes at a time, and use the vinegar.

It is absolutely working for me!!

 How to Stop Mole in Teenager From Becoming Cancerous?

Tue, 30 Jun 20 07:42:23 -0700
Posted by Mary (Idaho) on 06/30/2020

Yes! There are many different things she can do. Please start by reading through all of the posts listed in The melanoma and basal cell carcinoma sections. She should treat topically and internally. Topical cures include MSM (sulfur) and melatonin with coconut oil. Internal are too many to list. Baking soda and maple syrup (heated) is a good place to start. Please research for more info.

Site Updates

Tue, 30 Jun 20 07:41:57 -0700
Posted by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 06/30/2020

Diedre, when I open Earth Clinic I get a blurb about "There are problems with the security certificate for this site". Of course I hit "continue" but I was wondering if your programmers should know about this.

EC: Hi Mmsg,

Thank you so much for letting me know! We do have a security certificate but maybe we need another one. Will have the programmer check it out asap.

  Re: Borax for Arthritis Worked Great But Got Flu and It Stopped Working

Tue, 30 Jun 20 07:36:01 -0700
Posted by Kenneth (Scotland) on 06/30/2020

This is exactly what I thought when I read the initial post.

  Coconut Oil for COVID-19

Mon, 29 Jun 20 20:24:11 -0700
Posted by Kalina (Hawaii) on 06/29/2020
5 out of 5 stars

Monolaurin is derived from coconut oil. My understanding is that this is the active ingredient that dissolves the fatty coating of the coronavirus cells. My doctor recommended 300 mg as a preventative and 2400 mg (divided into 3 or 4 doses throughout the day) if you have symptoms. He said he had 3 Covid patients and it worked for them.


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