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  Possible Parasite in the Eye and Eye Twitch - Remedies Needed

Sat, 27 Jun 20 07:25:50 -0700
Posted by Anon (Not Canada) on 06/26/2020

(I am not a medical professional so use your own judgment and research skills.)

Maybe Anbesol or clove drops with saline in the eye? In theory it will confuse the parasite because it will be numb and unable to navigate or feed, and it will eventually die.

You will need to look into whether it is safe to use in the eye. A cursory search said Anbesol would be safe, possibly a mild irritant.

You might make a hot water infusion of clove powder in sterile saline eye rinse solution. Filter it through a coffee filter before use.

Or maybe a rinse with thuja or black walnut hull.

Something like this, maybe: Into a small cup put sterile saline eye rinse and a bit of tincture, fit the cup over the eye socket snuggly to prevent leaks, close the eye, tilt the head back, and open the eye allowing the rinse to cover the eye.

Frequently chewing on cedar leaves or black walnut hull might allow the active constituents to affect the eyes.

You may have not used the dewormer remedy long enough.

You should probably talk to someone more qualified in the natural health field.

Good luck.

Remedies Needed for Small Cell Lung Carcinoma

Sat, 27 Jun 20 07:19:08 -0700
Posted by Digi (Maharashtra) on 06/26/2020

Hi,

Can anyone help me with small cell lung carcinoma which is in between lungs and the upper right lobe of the lung how to treat it How to kill all small cell carcinoma cells forever like how to treat with natural curre so it can be removed from the roots.

It will be really a great help if you can let me know.

It's urgent please help.

  Re: Hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19

Sat, 27 Jun 20 07:17:07 -0700
Posted by John Groden (New Brunswick) on 06/26/2020

Because you need to take hydroxy with zinc. Zinc is the critical piece as well. You can still get covid but the outcome should not be as critical.

  Re: Mites

Sat, 27 Jun 20 07:16:09 -0700
Posted by Donna (Tx) on 06/26/2020

Use Neen oil diluted on skin go to health food store but neem capsules...also use tea tree oil diluted on skin n in shampoo.. Sounds like to je u have scabie mites..

  Re: ORH Gardening Update

Sat, 27 Jun 20 07:15:52 -0700
Posted by Anon (Not Canada) on 06/26/2020

Hemp seems like a perfect subsistance crop, though. Comparatively corn seems like a waste of space. They say molasses, wheat germ, yogurt, and brewer's yeast were the superfoods years ago. You've got your minerals, your vitamin e, probiotics, fats, protein, and calcium, and then more protein and B vitamins. How are you determining what to plant? Just what grows best? Or what you like? Your tractor driver is adorable :)

  Re: ORH Gardening Update

Fri, 26 Jun 20 13:31:49 -0700
Posted by Orh (Ten Mile, Tn) on 06/26/2020

ANON,,,,,,,,,,, ORH here, and I have researched Hemp and it confused me, because you get different results with different strains. I just buy what I think is the best. Folks in Tn are growing it everywhere. Signs up and down the roads. Will not go that route. I buy Barlean's because of their quality reputation. Know this is a health site and eating good veggies is about as healthy as you can get. Like one lassie said, she can grow sprouts in quart jar in her kitchen. Do a worm bed and use their casting to grow organic stuff in a flower pot on your back porch. You don't need a farm. You don't need money. All just need to get off the sofa and create a sweat. ==ORH==

  Re: Mint as a Bug Repellent

Fri, 26 Jun 20 13:30:40 -0700
Posted by Charity (Faithville, Us) on 06/26/2020
5 out of 5 stars

Years ago I traded plants with strangers and got some chocolate mint plants. I brought them when we moved and share with neighbors and friends. They love the clay soil here and grow like weeds. Neighbors have lots of critters (poop )that draws flies and we have had more than our fair share getting into the house over the years. Last week I had to pot some of my mint to make room in garden space and put it by each door. No flies, no mosquitos and it claims mices : ) don't like it. I put some under my fruit trees and some under my nut trees. Learning new stuff all the time. Chocolate mint tea is nice too. Blessings, Charity

 Re: Possible Parasite in the Eye and Eye Twitch

Fri, 26 Jun 20 13:28:49 -0700
Posted by Charity (Faithville, Us) on 06/26/2020

https://www.earthclinic.com/remedies/neem.html#parasites

This might be an interesting read.

  Re: Arginine Vs Lysine for COVID-19

Fri, 26 Jun 20 13:28:14 -0700
Posted by Volker (Berlin (Germany)) on 06/26/2020

Regarding Arginine vs. Lysine see these 2 videos the user "Bo K." published on YT claiming how LYSINE helped him.
From what I understand, when you SUFFER FROM COVID-19 SYMPTOMs, you want to consume LYSINE in excess of Arginine. AND NOT DRINK COFFEE, as it prevents nitric oxide from being exhaled, prevents Arginine from normal consumption, both feeding the virus and cytokine storm.

DO'S & DON'TS of a SARS CoV2 survivor part1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RfQXYq9kmf4

DO'S AND DON'TS of a symptomatic corona virus survivor, part 2

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

best regards

  Re: Shoe Method for Sciatica Works!

Fri, 26 Jun 20 13:27:19 -0700
Posted by Mary (Usa) on 06/26/2020

How does one sit on a shoe? Is it under the leg or between the legs?

Kelp for Under Active Thyroid

Fri, 26 Jun 20 11:26:29 -0700
Posted by Maria (Hertfordshire ) on 06/26/2020
5 out of 5 stars

About twenty years ago I went to my doctor because I was putting on weight and feeling tired, she told me that I may have an under active thyroid, so she sent me for a blood test, and said if l do l would be on tablets for the rest of my life. So when l went home I checked my green pharmacy book and read about kelp for an under active thyroid. One week later I went back to my doctor for my results which she confirmed that I had an under active thyroid. I told her I did not want to take the tablets and I was going to try kelp, she suggested that after a month or so I would need another blood test to see how it went. So I went to my local herbal shop and bought powdered kelp, and I really enjoyed it on my avocados. When I went back for another blood test, my doctor said my thyroid had gone back to normal. And I don't take kelp very often.

  Re: Apple Cider Vinegar Improved Hip Bursitis

Fri, 26 Jun 20 11:24:40 -0700
Posted by Boxcar (Midwest Usa) on 06/26/2020

Nope, vinegar has acetic acid. It is an acid.

It helps with acid stomach because the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) is activated by acid in the stomach: higher acid -> tighter seal on LES which blocks the acid from rising into the esophagus.

Some people claim that it is metabolised as a base during digestion. I have absolutely no idea whether that is factual or not.

  Re: Hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19

Fri, 26 Jun 20 08:52:45 -0700
Posted by Sara (The Beaches) on 06/26/2020

Sorry my cousin takes it for Lupus and got covid so...

Possible Parasite in the Eye and Eye Twitch - Remedies Needed

Fri, 26 Jun 20 08:47:45 -0700
Posted by Margaret (Cobb County) on 06/26/2020

Hello,

I have an interesting issue the past month. I think I may have a parasite in one of my eyes. I don't know what else it would be. When I close my eyes and especially if it's a darkened room, I can sometimes see something moving across my left eye. It moves from one side to the other and that's it. Just one, not more. and not every day. It started I believe, after I bought some sushi from the grocery store a couple of months ago. Interestingly, if I rub this eye, I will sometimes get a twitch. The other eye doesn't twitch, just this one. Has anyone heard of this? Could it be something else?

To get rid of it, I have tried an anti-parasite herbal formula and colloidal silver drops in the eye. Not working. The CS caused my eye to twitch, but a few days later the whatchamacallit was back. I don't think this is a eye floater. Hoping someone can suggest something that will get rid of it. When I search on this issue it appears it is something you can get in Africa, but not normally in the US! Thank you for any and all suggestions!

  Re: MtM's Back Problems

Fri, 26 Jun 20 06:14:49 -0700
Posted by Charity (Faithville, Us) on 06/25/2020

I ruptured L=5 in 2008 and many other disc were bulging. I thought I was strong enough to lift a very heavy sofa many times in a day and it proved me wrong. The next day I had a wheeled chair to get around and didn't think I needed any other help. I kept walking my hourlong walks when it improved for a couple months. Little did I know what was hiding in my closet waiting to erupt . I had a day of emotional issues that dehydrated me. Little did I know about that back then, and then all hell broke loose. I went to find a new doctor, because my old one was upset she hadn't seen me in 6 years. The new one sent me for an MRI that day. I was there all day and after it was all said and done they wanted to operate immediately. I prayed and worshipped the Lord right then and the doctor at the hospital called back and said to make an appt. for me for the next day and send me home. The next day he gave me choices: surgery that might not improve me, cortisol treatments, or just go home and wait it out for 18 months of pain. I chose the latter . When you soak in water up to your neck it tricks your body to think the pain is coming from the part of your body under the water so it shrinks the pain. I spent a lot of time in the tub singing to the Lord and praying . Listening to some worship music with some flowers, candles, fruit, chips, and water.

I read Dr.Batmanghelidj book on water and magnesium salt while I was in the tub and that helped me a lot. I don't take many baths anymore after a year in the tub 5-8 hours a day. Turned out I ruptured the disc the whole body pivots on. Ouch! Dehydration( water and minerals in balance) could be behind your nerve pain. Learn before you do what I did and harm your spine. Inversion tables are miracles( protect your ankles and don't go all the way back) and sitting on a core ball is like heaven.

My back was healed, but some pain was still there, so I went to a healer and He said there it goes and I felt the pain leave and my pain went from an constant 5 to a 2. I still feel that spot, the scar tissue affects circulation when you damage a disc. I eat ginger every day. I also stay hydrated and take a balance of minerals. Paying attention to emotions also helps me . I journal. I study and I try to regain what stress cost me over the years. The back problem came after other health storms and added a whole list of new ones I have been overcoming. Two left and then I will have to find a new hobby.

Blessings, Charity

Rosemary for PTSD and Depression

Fri, 26 Jun 20 06:11:16 -0700
Posted by Anon (Not Canada) on 06/25/2020
5 out of 5 stars

I have had ptsd-like symptoms for many years. Rosemary has been a huge blessing.

Coffee and green tea work somewhat, but rosemary is perfect. Just the scent of it is enough, but I make tea with a teaspoon of dry herb once a day. One cup lasts all day. After drinking it for a few days I didn't need it this morning.

Cake and peanut butter seem to be triggers for whatever reason. Certain smells in the air, too. I actually breathe shallowly for that reason, so I can't smell anything.

Recently I reduced my intake of copper (Alas sweet chocolate and peanut butter! ... One day we shall meet again... *sniffle*) and added high dose vitamin C, diatomaceous earth, molasses for iron, and zinc and selenium.

Only rosemary helps the ptsd.

Going vegan remedied the social anxiety :)

 Re: Acupressure on Neck Caused Facial Numbness

Fri, 26 Jun 20 06:09:58 -0700
Posted by Anon (Not Canada) on 06/25/2020

Thank you, Jb!

I'm icing it at the moment which feels nice :)

  Re: ORH Gardening Update

Fri, 26 Jun 20 06:09:31 -0700
Posted by Anon (Not Canada) on 06/25/2020

Why not plant chia or hemp seed? They are a complete protein and also contain omega 3.

 Re: Tooth Root Infection and Abscess

Fri, 26 Jun 20 06:08:59 -0700
Posted by Cindy (Illinois, Usa) on 06/25/2020

Hi Sunny!

Before I did anything else, I would pull out all the stops with 70/30 DMSO applied to the calves, neck and upper abdomen a couple of nights before bed to break up any clots the body may have built around the "special tooth infection bacteria" and protect the heart before whacking the infection with a teaspoon of vitamin C powder in a quarter cup of water followed by another glass of water in the evenings before I go to bed and, again, in the morning after breakfast. WHILE still keeping DMSO on hand to apply to any areas of discomfort, should they come up. I'd do that until all SIGNS of infection were gone but continue with the vit C every other night for another month or so.

If the DMSO causes discomfort, you can tough it out or rinse it off. By the time the discomfort starts, it's already in your system so...if it gets too uncomfortable, just rinse it off. It will flush out toxins and if it must, it may push them out through the skin to protect the liver so, just let it. If you get a rash that is too annoying, you can add a pinch or two of borax to a bottle of water and rub some of that on it.

Understand that the DMSO can re-release any toxins the body may have isolated and stored during previous exposures. That could include caffeine, if you're a coffee/tea/Coke drinker, anesthesia, sedatives, hallucinogens, stimulants, alcohol, Prozac, antibiotics and other prescribed patent medicines or anything else you may have been exposed to, no matter when, so you may want to start on a weekend or, at least, be prepared to "call in sick" a couple of days, if necessary, while the DMSO flushes all of that stuff out. In other words, don't start the DMSO application and then drive yourself to work or attend a meeting with your boss or the kid's teacher - or operate heavy machinery. Or spend any time with or even SPEAK to your mother-in-law until you're flushed. LOL! You may not remember EVERYthing you've been exposed to so don't assume.

Also steer clear of chemicals. Particularly weed and/or bug killers. The DMSO can't take anything through the skin that doesn't fit on its own but weed and bug killers are designed to penetrate - and to damage to cells - and some chemicals and compounds, can as well. Ordinarily, the DMSO will simply carry and flush stuff all the way through all of the doors it's opened - in one and out the other - but synthetic stuff designed to kill things would still be toxic and super penetrative. It could flush straight through without incident or it could make you quite sick. Don't take the chance. Just stay away from chemicals until you've cleaned up that infection and your body has had a chance to repair any damage it may have done.

I know there are a lot of interesting ideas on earthclinic but save the other stuff for later. Tooth and bone infection involves some serious microbes. Forget about everything else and get that infection taken care of.

Two years is a long time. Be vigilant for discomfort and make sure you have DMSO on hand.

Also, anytime you have a problem, sit down for a minute and focus on your breathing. Is there a pause after you exhale? Breathing in and out as normal but holding for a count of 3 or 5 or 10 - or however long you can without twitching for air - after you exhale will instantly allow oxygen flow to the cells and, if you don't force it or try to hold your breath for longer than is comfortable, you'll feel a whole lot better.

There are things that are worse than health problems and one of them is WORRYING about health problems which is stress which triggers adrenaline, which often creates a mild form of hyperventilation, depriving the cells of oxygen and creating the perfect environment for "bad guys" whether bacteria, viruses or cancer. It doesn't take much oxygen to boost starving cells and if you're worried, your blood is already overflowing with oxygen but can't release it due to the hyperventilation. So give the cells a jolt of oxygen as soon as you notice stress - even BEFORE you start to feel the discomfort of whatever illness the lack of oxygen is going to bring on first. Shallow breaths, pausing after you exhale. If there's no pause, then there's adrenaline which means there's stress which means your brain cells are low on oxygen - so, sit, calm down, pay attention to your breathing and pause after you exhale to help keep your cells oxygenated. The pause allows the generation of carbon dioxide which will have the same effect as breathing into a paper bag. The carbon dioxide breaks the bond between the blood and the oxygen so the oxygen can be released to the cells. Super simple, super easy, super results.

  MMS for Burning Mouth Syndrome

Fri, 26 Jun 20 06:07:22 -0700
Posted by Charity (Faithville, Us) on 06/25/2020

I thought burning mouth was from low magnesium. That and TMJ tight muscle in jaw.


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