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 Re: 26 Year Old With Chronic Prostatitis and Interstitial Cystitis

14 days ago
Posted by Cindy (Illinois, USA) on 07/21/2021

For such an issue, I would probably use DMSO - BUT - the ONLY reason I would do DMSO would be because I would probably NOT do "auto-urine therapy". Which is, I suspect, what is actually called with regard to interstitial cystitis. Fresh urine. It tastes like mineral water, it's filtered plasma and sterile with living stem cells which I happen to think is key to its efficacy with regard to any illness and I've read that they don't live long once evacuated. Something like around 20 seconds so you want to take them back before that.

For some reason, men don't seem to have as much of a problem with urine therapy as women so it's what I'd do if I was a man.

BUT, I'm not a man so if I didn't have DMSO or couldn't get some relief after the very first day of a dropper of DMSO under the tongue morning, noon and night, I would probably switch to urine because the worst thing about being sick, for me, is the interruption of my life which is even worse than the idea of drinking urine if I can't get an indication of some sort of end to it. I just won't stand for it.

 Re: 26 Year Old With Chronic Prostatitis and Interstitial Cystitis

14 days ago
Posted by Rob (Kentucky) on 07/21/2021


Dr Ruben Schwartz, an Amish Doctor from Tompinsville Ky USA tells people with Interstitial Cystitis to take Marshmallow Root. A friend of mine (her mom) went to him and shall results in 1 week.

Also, consuming Colloidal Silver 10ppm internally. 1oz CS in 3oz pure water drank 3x/daily for 15 days. This should also clear up chronic bacterial prostatitis.

If you are into essential oils, you can make a dulited topical rub to apply to the pelvic area, thighs, groin (use caution here..duh) buttock. I've used them myself and they do help to speed the healing process. The plant oils will penetrate the surrounding skin and goto work killing the infection in the prostate area.

EO for Prostate Area:

Oils – Lemon, tea tree, oregano (very hot! ), eucalyptus, frankincence, fir needle, lavender, myrrh, patchouli, thyme (all topically)
Oils – Lemon, lavender, roman chamomile, hyssop (all topically)
Oils – Eucalyptus, lavender, rosemary, cypress, hyssop, juniper (all topically)

Good Luck...

 Re: Need Remedies for Thunderclap Headaches

14 days ago
Posted by Julie (New Hampshire, USA) on 07/20/2021

Hi Laura,

I'm so sorry to hear of your pain. I recommend adding feverfew and riboflavin (organic) to your magnesium and coq10 and take them regularly, not missing any doses. After some time, maybe a month, you should see a difference. I sincerely hope this helps.

 Re: Need Remedies for Thunderclap Headaches

14 days ago
Posted by Sandra (Michigan, USA) on 07/20/2021

Hi Laura:

Body Align-pain patches that actually work. They have bracelets that provide 300 vibrations needed to align your physical body. And they have them for pets.

I first tried the pain patches. My sister-in-law has constant pain from lymph node removal during Hopkins disease recovery. They worked for her. I tried the sleep patches but didn't have good success. I tried the pet tag on my dog that has anxiety from thunder storms-loud noises in general and was before 4th of July fireworks for us. She was so bad I always thought she would have a heart attack. After her pet tag she breezed thru the 4th fireworks and has not been bothered by anything. Fireworks going off all up and down my road, right outside my house and she is asleep on her pet bed with feet up in the air.

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I get nothing from telling my story other than the opportunity to help someone who is hurting. I have purchased several Body Align arm bracelets, don't want to be without it. Bless you and I wish you total healing. Sandra

Oatmeal to Lower Cholesterol - a Winner!

14 days ago
Posted by Mama to Many (TN) on 07/20/2021
5 out of 5 stars

In 2019 our family doctor was concerned about my husband's cholesterol. He is not quick to recommend statins and suggested he try fish oil and COQ10.

My husband was very faithful in taking these supplements for a year. He made no other changes to diet, supplements, exercise, etc.

A year later (January 2020) his cholesterol was higher and his LDL was worse! Hmmphh.

So we dropped those supplements. No use taking them or wasting money on them anymore.

I suggested oatmeal. Like, oatmeal for breakfast EVERY day. I eat a lot of oatmeal and my cholesterol has always been on the lower side. And some studies seem to show that oat lowers cholesterol. He was game.

So every morning for the last six months, (at least 13 out of 14 mornings), he and I have had a bowl of oatmeal together. He made no other dietary changes or changes in exercise or supplements.

Sometimes I make steel cut oats in the instant pot with dried cranberries and coconut flakes. Sometimes I made quick oats on the stovetop and add fresh fruit like oatmeal or peaches. I add a little salt and maple syrup. I put a little butter in his and a little plant butter in mine.

Six months and about 175 bowls of oatmeal later, he had labs done again.

His total cholesterol dropped from 198 to 182. (An 8% drop! )

His LDL went from 140 to 121. (Still higher than desired but a 13% drop! )

His LDL/HDL ratio is back in the "normal" range.

We will continue our breakfast for oatmeal routine. Perhaps over time there will be more improvement. I will let you know!

~Mama to Many~

 Re: Need Remedies for Thunderclap Headaches

14 days ago
Posted by Laura (Queens) on 07/20/2021

To: Dan, Eilln, Zahid, Blaine, Ella, L, Mohammed:

Thank you all for your responses. You all are truly amazing people. Will let everyone know if these remedies work. Thanks again everyone.

 Re: 26 Year Old With Chronic Prostatitis and Interstitial Cystitis

14 days ago
Posted by Mama to Many (TN) on 07/20/2021

Dear Milo,

I have had a lot of success using baking soda for bladder pain. 1/4 or 1/2 teaspoon in 1/4 cup of water. It tastes salty but it helps a lot. I do this a couple of times a day or as needed for pain.

Marshmallow root herb is also soothing for for inflammation of the bladder and also soothing to the digestive tract. 2-4 capsules 2-4 times a day or as needed.

Nettle root (not leaf) is a good herb for prostrate inflammation. 2 capsules a couple of times a day. It may also help the bladder issue.

Turmeric and Quercetin are also good supplements for inflammation.

If you eat a lot of processed foods or sugar, reducing them would probably help, as would making sure you get plenty of water.

There are lots of things to try, so take heart! I hope you find a good solution soon.

~Mama to Many~

 Re: Need Remedies for Thunderclap Headaches

14 days ago
Posted by Debra (Sydney, Australia) on 07/20/2021

Hi Laura,

So sorry to hear of your issue with thunderbolt headaches. I've suffered with headaches from viruses, namely EBV and Herpes Simplex, they are the worst I've ever experienced. You can try antivirals to see if they disappear. The other thing you can try is Gua Sha. If you cervical lymph nodes are blocked, toxins may not be able to release from the brain and the re-circulation of toxins may be causing the headaches. The lymph in the neck are under the occiputal lobe (base of skull) at the back on either side of the spine, under the ear all the way down to the clavicle above the collar bone and in front of the ear on the face. I didn't realize mine were so blocked up. Gua Sha is skin scraping and can be done with a spoon or you can purchase a Bian Stone very cheaply on Ebay. Some also use a flat crystal, anything that will scrape the fascia under the skin will work. There could be low grade infections from teeth or sinuses too. You can try spraying colloidal silver up the nose for this if you think it could be that or try intranasal red light therapy.

 Re: Need Remedies for Thunderclap Headaches

14 days ago
Posted by Dano (Idaho) on 07/20/2021

Qigong practice has helped many people with various health problems. It takes time because it works by balancing out energy flow in the body. Of course, you have to rule out any extraneous sources that may cause your headaches. Qigong makes a good addition to anything else you are doing to deal with your issue. Here is a video that explains the relevance of Qigong practice specifically to headaches.

 Re: Need Remedies for Thunderclap Headaches

14 days ago
Posted by Ela (London, UK) on 07/20/2021

Have you tried water with a pinch of good quality salt? This has worked for my Mum who suffered from persistent headaches.

 Re: Post COVID Long Hauler

14 days ago
Posted by Paceo872 (Manhattan, Ny) on 07/20/2021

Hi, thank you for writing in. I just ordered this; how long did it take you to feel better and what your your symptoms?

  Castor Oil, Coconut Oil

14 days ago
Posted by Mark (Virginia) on 07/20/2021

VCO? Abbreviations work in business with others in the same business but in general it just leads to confusion.

EC: VCO = Virgin Coconut Oil

P5P Slowly Helping Trigger Thumb, But Amazing for Deep Sleep

14 days ago
Posted by Deirdre (CT) on 07/20/2021
5 out of 5 stars

I started using P5P a couple of weeks ago for a trigger thumb that got aggravated again 8 months after a cortisone shot from frequently lifting and carrying one of my elderly dogs. P5P supposedly takes up to 6 months to work so slow going, but I definitely have more flexibility and less clicking in the thumb joint within 30 minutes of taking it, which lasts a few hours. Also appears to somewhat improve my cold hands and feet.

The main thing I noticed is that when 2 PHP capsules are taken with magnesium l threonate after dinner, it really zonks me out for the night. It has a deeply calming effect, which has been reported by other people too. Anyone with sleeping issues should try this P5P with Magnesium and see if it helps.

Magnesium Hot Baths

14 days ago
Posted by ORH (TEN MILE, TN) on 07/20/2021
5 out of 5 stars

HI U OLE PATOOTS, ORH here, and my '54 classmate lived in Hot Springs, ARK. and yet never took the detoxing baths, that I urged him to do. Once upon a time the whole world went to Hot Springs to do the magnesium hot baths. It was a neutral zone for the dreaded mafia and no family battles took place there. They went there to get well. All the bath houses are now gone except for one or two. We once went there to take the natural baths. When you went through the program, you ended up limp as a dish rag and you sleep that night. Their massage was not like you thought. It was about pulling your blood away from your heart and pushing it back. No one beat on your muscles. You cannot imagine the relaxation you feel and you slept like a baby that night. Too old to travel, but thinking about going back to Hot Springs to experience that joy one more time.


  Re: Hydrogen Water

14 days ago
Posted by Cindy (Illinois, USA) on 07/20/2021

I wasn't looking at "healing springs" - just Lourdes.

26 Years Old With Chronic Prostatitis and Interstitial Cystitis - Please Help!

14 days ago
Posted by Milos (Belgrade, Serbiq) on 07/20/2021

Hi! I need help, please! I have a problem that has been going on for a year and a half. Chronic prostatitis and interstitial cystitis, but also a problem with the intestines due to bladder problems. Can you help me with any advice? I used HP 3% but it didn't help. Could HP 35% be helpful and how should it be used? I am 26 years old and these diagnoses have ruined my life.

Seeking Remedies for Husband With Colon Cancer

14 days ago
Posted by Roz (Manchester, New Jersey) on 07/20/2021

Looking for the best natural cure for my husband's colon cancer. Please help.

  Re: Acute Myeloid Leukemia

14 days ago
Posted by Cindy (Illinois, USA) on 07/20/2021

Lemon is unique, though, aside from being the only anionic food, it's not known exactly why.

There are too many assumptions about it to even determine what to look at but one thing's for sure, it's alkalizing. Personally, I think it's a mechanism involving lemon, the kidneys and Vitamin D. Perhaps it repairs the vitamin D processing that takes place in the kidneys, I don't know, but vitamin D is important when it comes to regulating pH in the body and lemon is good for the kidneys and alkalizing. Whether it's responsible for the alkalizing effect it has, directly, or it's the vitamin D or the kidney or God-only-knows what other function it could be, who knows? There's been research but the effect of lemon is all over the place and many of its effects seem counter-intuitive to the "educated" mind so - there is some confusion, in-fighting and politics but, regardless, lemon is...unique. And awesome. On that, everyone agrees.

Inner Vibration From Possible Autoimmune Disease - Please Help

14 days ago
Posted by Uncertain (LA) on 07/20/2021

I have an INNER VIBRATION. I notice it when I wake up in the morning. After I get busy it seems to go away. Sometimes I will notice it when I am sitting still but not always. It's not always the same, sometimes mild sometimes more noticeable. My doctor thinks I may have an autoimmune disease. I have been diagnosed with osteoarthritis and osteopenia. Any suggestions about symptoms I should look for, what I should ask my doctor or test I should take would be appreciated. Thank you very much.

 Re: Need Remedies for Thunderclap Headaches

14 days ago
Posted by L (HI) on 07/20/2021

Many Causes, many treatments. Have you ruled out the known causes? Have you been vaccinated? there is a high risk of micro clots in vaccinated people, this could be the cause. If all the below have been ruled out including micro clots, (your doctor can test ) and you have no other health problems, you might try a few months of MMS ( chlorine dioxide) and ivermectin to treat parasites and viruses that might be causing the problem. see the remedies to see how to use these treatments.

A variety of potentially life-threatening conditions might be responsible, including:

  • Bleeding between the brain and membranes covering the brain (subarachnoid hemorrhage)
  • A rupture of a blood vessel in the brain
  • A tear in the lining of an artery that supplies blood to the brain
  • Leaking of cerebrospinal fluid — usually due to a tear of the covering around a nerve root in the spine
  • Death of tissue or bleeding in the pituitary gland
  • A blood clot in the brain
  • Severe elevation in blood pressure (hypertensive crisis)
  • Infection such as meningitis or encephalitis
  • Ischemic stroke