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 Re: Need to Lower Cholesterol for Work

Tue, 12 Jan 21 20:37:56 -0800
Posted by eB (England) on 01/12/2021

I have high colesterol which went down when I juiced one bunch of celery a day for 3 weeks, from 8.2 to 5. something (don't remember exact number as it was told to me over the phone).It has to go down more but till now it has only been creeping up so this is real.

I found the cure on earth clinic as well as remembering my doctor telling me years ago that celery juice alkalises the body.

Good luck.

Fenbendazole (Pancur) for cancer!

Tue, 12 Jan 21 19:43:20 -0800
Posted by Terri (Indiana) on 01/12/2021
5 out of 5 stars

Many people and pets are putting their cancer in remission with Fenbendazole (Pancur). This is a cheap dog dewormer that is safe for people and other animals (by weight). www.mycancerstoryrocks.com has Joe Tippens story of recovery and how he learned about it. There are facebook groups on using it for cancer. I found it when I was searching for anything that could help my kitty with cancer. I didn't see it listed on this site, but maybe it can help someone else.

Need to Lower Cholesterol for Work

Tue, 12 Jan 21 17:04:11 -0800
Posted by GertJr (Madison) on 01/12/2021

I am so angry I could spit. We are required to have a Wellness check annually at work. They test bmi, bp, cholesterol and weight. My cholesterol reading came out very high, BUT, the room where they checked it was very cold, even the techs were wearing their coats. Because of cold hands, she had a very hard time getting blood out of my finger, and mashed and massaged and milked my finger to get enough blood for the little tube. I think this is why my number was so high. Please do not tell me that cholesterol numbers don't matter, I agree, but this is work and we have to do this. So now I have to go for a consultation and don't have a choice of Dr. You know he'll say statins, which I won't do, but then I jeopardize my job. I will also see my regular doc at nearly the same date, and he will work with me.

I've been taking lecithin, niacin to flush, watching saturated fats, minimizing carbs and, not only that, I've been only eating ancient grains as what carbs I do eat. I eat skinless baked chicken or baked tilapia, don't add sugar to anything I eat, and exercise (lift weights 3X/wk, swim at least a mile 2X/wk). So, will mashing my finger like that cause the result to be higher? Is there anything I can do besides what I'm already doing?

BTW, I eat 2 eggs every morning, scrambled in a little vco. I'm doing everything healthy that I can! Or am I missing something?

  Re: Diatomaceous Earth for Candida and Parasites

Tue, 12 Jan 21 16:40:39 -0800
Posted by Sandra (North Central Washington) on 01/12/2021
5 out of 5 stars

Hi, Paul (Rad_city (Brea, Ca):

I am an 84 yo female. Many years ago, I was given a bag of FG DE by a friend in Utah. I started using it. I don't remember any problems and didn't notice any benefits. Sometime back then (about 6-7 years ago I had a heart attack and now have a stent. While reading your story, I remember one of the nurses (in a surprise filled voice) saying over and over, "Look at her skin, look at her skin. It's very young."

Well... I just realized something. After quite a few years of not taking DE, I began noticing that the skin on my lower right calf, my skin had become sort of cellophane. I have figured that was because my right leg has for some years now been somewhat numb. So, holy cow, I just realized that that skin now feels soft and supple for a few days since I started using DE about 2 weeks ago!!! When I quit taking it I was still putting about 1/4 tsp in my Chihuahua's food every day. She died this past summer at the age of almost 17. This was right after her vet gave her a big dose of antibiotics. Most of her life she had no health problems at all. I was just about to discontinue the use of DE. Now, I am convinced to continue it until I get the heck otta-here, if you get my drift. I usually put it in my morning coffee. I am now considering My EmergenCy in place of the coffee. Thank you Paul you have done me a great eye opener, and I hope many others will get your message also.

  How is Ted?

Tue, 12 Jan 21 10:17:55 -0800
Posted by Deirdre (Earth Clinic) on 01/12/2021

Hi Ali,

Thanks for sharing the pic.

I tried calling Ted's home last week. No one picked up. Then I sent a text message to his sister Nok's cell phone. No reply. The last time Nok posted on her Facebook account was in the fall of 2019. We'll keep trying. VERY concerned to say the least.

How is Ted?

Tue, 12 Jan 21 09:46:08 -0800
Posted by Ali (Illinois USA) on 01/12/2021

The below pic was posted to the We Love Ted From Bangkok group on Facebook in Jan. of 2019. I hope someone can get an update soon. Prayers for Ted.

Image may contain: 4 people, people smiling

  Re: Hydrogen Peroxide for Coronavirus

Tue, 12 Jan 21 08:34:18 -0800
Posted by Kathy (Michigan) on 01/11/2021

Desktop Nebulizer w/35%food grade Hydrogen Peroxide and sterile saline water! Flow directions carefully! NO TAP WAter

https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/08/30/how-to-nebulize-hydrogen-peroxide.aspx

This works!

Also, add megadoses of VitaminC, VitD, zinc, lemon juice, alkalinize and detox the body!!!

  Re: Bee Propolis for Inflamed Gums

Tue, 12 Jan 21 08:33:43 -0800
Posted by Michael (New Zealand) on 01/11/2021

Hello Angie,

You could try Googling "Mills Farm Organic Honey and Propolis", New Zealand.

They do export to some countries I believe.

Cheers,

Michael from Down Under

  Re: Whole Body Vibration Machine for Detox

Mon, 11 Jan 21 13:10:47 -0800
Posted by Carolyn (Jacksonville, Florida ) on 01/11/2021

What does this machine look like and where can I purchase one

  Re: DMSO and Colloidal Silver for Lung Nodules and COPD

Mon, 11 Jan 21 13:00:37 -0800
Posted by Lori (Smithville, TN) on 01/11/2021

Where can I find the 50/50 DMSO... what is the name?

  Re: Sea Salt in Water for Mucus Conditions

Mon, 11 Jan 21 13:00:06 -0800
Posted by Tessa (Okanagan) on 01/11/2021

Hi Cindy from WI -

This might be the post.

Here is a response from Bill (Philippines) to someone called Deb.

https://answers.earthclinic.com/help-needed-for-chronic-mucous-issue.html

  • Hi Deb... Regarding your excess phlegm symptoms, this can be reduced by taking 1/4 to 1/2 tspn Sea Salt in water twice a day outside mealtimes. Also, reducing all dairy in the diet will help to reduce your mucus. When I also had problems with phlegm, taking lugol's iodine orally helped tremendously to reduce my own phlegm build ups. Iodine is necessary and is used and secreted in every mucus gland in the human body and is used as a first line of defense against outside pathogens entering the body. Thus, with proper levels of iodine/iodide in the body, mucus will more fully help to defend your body and the mucus levels will also tend to reduce. A 2% lugols solution dosage that you need would be at least 8 drops (more if you can take it) in split dosages every day.

Hope this helps.

Cheers, Tessa

  Re: Searching on Earth Clinic Tips - Thank you, J!

Mon, 11 Jan 21 12:59:44 -0800
Posted by J. (Florida) on 01/11/2021

You're welcome, Cindy.

Also, for everyone interested in visiting the links, I apologize that I accidentally duplicated the first link, thereby making five links instead of four. The duplicated link is the third one. In addition, because of how I typed the Web addresses when I posted my message, the actual addresses that were generated from what I typed are different from how the links look on the webpage (moving a mouse pointer over each link will show that each address being linked to is truncated—this might have to do with quotation marks in addresses). In order to visit the webpages at those links, one could highlight each link, copy the highlighted content, and then paste the content in the address bar of one's Web browser (the address bar can also be referred to as a location bar and possibly by other names). Alternatively, one could also type the Web addresses by hand into the address bar, although I usually copy and paste because when I type, there is a possibility that I will mistype something.

Below are steps for copying and pasting the links when using a computer.

• To highlight with a mouse or other such pointing device, start by positioning the cursor or pointer on the screen to the right of the link. (Note that these steps must go from right to left even though English is typed from left to right because starting on the left side can cause content above the link to be selected.)
• Then click with the mouse or pointing device.
• After that, hold down the Shift key on the keyboard of the computer, press the left-arrow key on the keyboard repeatedly until the entire link has been highlighted, and then let go of the Shift key. To speed up the highlighting process, one can hold down the left-arrow key instead of repeatedly pressing it. Also, on a Macintosh computer, holding down both the Shift key and the Option key while repeatedly pressing the left-arrow key can cause more content to be selected with each press of the left-arrow key. On a Windows computer, holding down both the Shift key and the Alt key while repeatedly pressing the left-arrow key might do the same.
• Then, at the top of the screen on a Macintosh computer or at the top of the Web-browser window on a Windows computer, look for a menu bar. On a Windows computer, if there is no menu bar displayed, try pressing the Alt key on the keyboard; doing so might cause a menu bar to display. Also regarding Windows, the top of the Web-browser window might or might not be at the top of the screen of the computer; therefore, the menu bar might not be at the top of the screen.
• If a menu bar is found, click the menu-bar item Edit.
• From the menu that should display, click Copy.
• Alternatively, instead of using a menu bar, one could use the keyboard shortcut Command-C on a Macintosh computer or Ctrl-C on a Windows computer.
• After copying the selected link, in the address bar (it can also be referred to as a location bar and possibly by other names) of the Web browser (the address bar usually is a wide rectangle near the top of the browser), highlight the content there and delete that content.
• For some Web browsers, one could use a keyboard to highlight the content of the address bar with the keyboard shortcut Command-L on a Macintosh computer or Ctrl-L on a Windows computer.
• After deleting the content that was in the address bar of the browser, paste the copied link by clicking the menu-bar item Edit and then clicking the menu choice Paste.
• Alternatively, one could use the keyboard shortcut Command-V on a Macintosh computer or Ctrl-V on a Windows computer.
• After pasting the link, press the Return key on a Macintosh computer or the Enter key on a Windows computer.

For copying and pasting the links when using a touchscreen device, such as a phone or tablet, the steps might vary.


• Try pressing and holding on a link to see if a menu choice appears that gives one an option to select content.
• If no option to select content appears, try pressing and holding on a word that is not part of the link, such as a word that is near the link, either above it or below it.
• If an option to select content appears, tap that option.
• It is possible that, after one has tapped an option to select content, there will appear on the screen some sort of user-interface elements that allow the changing of the size of the selected area. For example, a circle might appear near the beginning of the selected area, and another circle might appear near the end of the selected area.
• If there are such circles, try pressing and dragging one circle to move the beginning of the selected area to the beginning of the link. Then try pressing and dragging the other circle to move the end of the selected area to the end of the link.
• Once the changing of the selected area has been accomplished, a menu should be displayed on the screen.
• If a menu is displayed on the screen, look for a copy option on the menu, or, if there is no such copy option, look for an arrow or triangle symbol. If there is an arrow or triangle symbol instead of a copy option, tap the arrow or triangle symbol to see if a copy option is then displayed. One might need to tap the arrow or triangle symbol multiple times before a copy option displays.
• If a copy option is found, tap that option.
• If a copy option is not found, try tapping the address bar (it can also be referred to as a location bar and possibly by other names) near the top of the Web browser. If that highlights the address that is already there, then type the link by hand. After typing the address, one might need to tap the Return key, the Enter key, the Go key, or some other similar key on the keyboard.
• If the copy option is found, tap the address bar near the top of the Web browser. If a menu displays, look for an option to paste or to paste and go. If no such options are displayed, one might need to type the link by hand. After typing the address, one might need to tap the Return key, the Enter key, the Go key, or some other similar key on the keyboard.
• If an option to paste or to paste and go appears, tap one of those options. If the paste option is the one tapped, one might need to then tap the Return key, the Enter key, the Go key, or some other similar key on the keyboard.

I hope that the foregoing helps with regard to some of the technical matters of accessing information. Perhaps it's somewhat similar to archaeology: the information exists, but some specific technical steps are necessary to get to it. Because some people's areas of knowledge specialty are in areas other than information and communication technology, I wanted to make sure that I could help equip others with the necessary tools to the extent that I could do so.

Sincerely,

J.
Numbers 21:9
John 3:14–16

  Re: Sinus Polyp Remedies

Mon, 11 Jan 21 12:59:06 -0800
Posted by Kim (B.C., Canada) on 01/11/2021

I'd like to know too, if your polyps came back Sunny!

 Re: Melatonin Safe for Covid After a Stroke?

Mon, 11 Jan 21 12:58:38 -0800
Posted by Petra (Florida) on 01/10/2021

Thank you so much, Art. I am most grateful for the info. I was trying to go to 40 mg per night a couple of years ago, based on some info I had read, and I had a difficult time swallowing just four tablets to get to that dosage, so I thought..."100 mg...ten tablets...ay yai yai", and then, "How on earth would I fare if I take it during the day?!? Won't my internal clock be completely screwed up?"

Incidentally, I posted here by mistake...I meant to post that question under the article that referred me to this post. Also, I tried to sign in first, but it wouldn't allow me to do so.

Thank you again!

 Re: Which Antibiotics Are Safest for Ulcerative Colitis?

Mon, 11 Jan 21 09:01:29 -0800
Posted by Louisa Perry (Pittsburg, Texas) on 01/10/2021

Butchers broom is good for haemorrhoids and inflammation.

I used Grapefruit Seed extract 125mg (Capsules Plus) with Echinacea & Artemisia as an antibiotic. also I researched cayenne because I have a tooth that got infected and had a nose bleEd could not stop cayenne stopped it immediately with 1/4 teaspoons in a glass of water and drank it. Research cayenne, more to its remedies that I didn’t know.

I hope you can find your remedy, I know you can. Good luck!

Louisa

  Baking Soda Inhalation for COVID-19 Recovery

Mon, 11 Jan 21 09:00:14 -0800
Posted by Gail P. (U.S. (Massachusetts)) on 01/11/2021

Jeanne,

I have breathing problems for various reasons, including asthma.

I have had life-changing success by following a protocol that Robert Cathcart, MD, outlined involving taking vitamin C to 'bowel tolerance.'

When I do that protocol each day, my lungs feel perfectly healthy and normal (every symptom I have clears up when I hit the right amount).

pdf address: http://orthomolecular.org/library/jom/1981/pdf/1981-v10n02-p125.pdf

pdf title: The Method of Determining Proper Doses of Vitamin C for the Treatment of Disease by Titrating to Bowel Tolerance
pdf author: Robert F. Cathcart, III, M.D.

All the Best to you.

  Re: A-Fib

Mon, 11 Jan 21 08:59:32 -0800
Posted by Angela (MIchigan) on 01/10/2021

I have had the same experience of having an A-fib attack soon after bending over and lifting or especially pulling out in my yard, weeds, etc. It started out with just feeling ill and having to sit down thinking I had a heart attack. Being a woman I ignored it lol, but eventually I developed A-fib and I'm determined to find the cure. I've read that a chiropractor can help a lot, but I'm quite nervous about them.

  Re: Sea Salt in Water for Mucus Conditions

Mon, 11 Jan 21 08:58:57 -0800
Posted by Liz (Victoria, Australia) on 01/10/2021

Hi Cindy,

It was back in November last year, I looked up Ailments and typed in Congestive Heart Failure and scrolled down to OHR'S post and Bill's reply below. I have used the Sea Salt remedy with great results as you can see by my post LIZ.

  Smelling Black Pepper for Sinusitis

Sun, 10 Jan 21 17:24:28 -0800
Posted by Cindy (Illinois, USA) on 01/10/2021
5 out of 5 stars

I used potato soup with lots of butter and lots and lots of black pepper to help finish off the sinus garbage. And I "sniffed" EVERYthing! The peppery soup, hydrogen peroxide, DMSO, ClO2 - basically just about everything I have. It was SOOOOO annoying and I just couldn't break it up. But the black pepper and soup seemed to do the trick.

Black pepper contains quite a bit of sulfur. As do potatoes - or, rather, they should but the soil is so depleted in the states that you have to amend the soil of your potato patch - if you grow your own.

  Re: Searching on Earth Clinic Tips - Thank you, J!

Sun, 10 Jan 21 17:23:51 -0800
Posted by Cindy (Illinois, USA) on 01/10/2021

Awesome! Thanks, J! Just did a search for aspirin as it doesn't have its own page and it worked!! Yeah!


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