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Low Testosterone and Tight Scrotum Problem - Please Suggest Remedies

Kevin (Texas) on 06/22/2021

Hello,

31 year old male with 200 Low T level. My Scrotum keeps wanting to get super tight. I am not sure why this is happening? Testicles don't want to hang. I was having alot of pain in my testicles too. Any ideas? Solutions?

Thanks,
Kevin
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Re: Alkaline Vs Acidic pH and Morgellons

Joseph (CA) on 06/22/2021

Cream tartar baking ingredient will raise your pH to an alkaline level instantly without having to worry about assessing over Foods. Acid always causes inflammation and diseases so I can imagine high acid would not be good also sugar and gluten creates high acid which are the worst things you can do for morgellons.

Xylitol substitute for sugar eliminate sugar from your diet it kills Morgellons and tricks it. It has been an amazing substance to combat biofilm.

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Re: Headaches Caused By Cold House

Diane (AL) on 06/22/2021

COLD AIR CONDITIONING... My husband keeps our house at 68, with ceiling fans. My headaches started and then it got worse. Couldn't think or remember where I was going. When I would work outside in the garden, in the heat, the headaches would go away. One night at 1am it was so cold I went and got in my car and turn the heat on. The headache went away. It affected our dog, he was having problems breathing. I also, netted my nose with peroxide and water. It's getting much better. If I go to a building, like today at my vets. It was cold, my head started hurting. The woman next to me said the same thing. We went outside and waited. This is what worked for me.

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Re: Borax Curing PCOS

Cindy (Illinois, USA) on 06/22/2021

To Chris - I sort of agree with what you said BUT I can also say that a body's "first response" to something in which it is deficient and can use right away can be fast and profound. "Cured"? Probably not - but by the time one experiences symptoms, one has been "disordered" for a significant amount of time but asymptomatic or unnoticeably or profoundly and comparatively LESS symptomatic? That's common. I will grant that "cured" is not something that happens overnight but "feeling profoundly better" can. Absolutely. And feeling better, emotionally, is probably of far greater benefit in any illness than patent medicine.

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Re: Dark Chocolate Syndrome

KT (Usa) on 06/22/2021

Chocolate is high in oxalates and can contribute to kidney stones.

KT

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Celery for High Blood Pressure

Arroy (California) on 06/22/2021
5 out of 5 stars

Hypertension

Just use celery (leaves and stalks) and drink water .that will help manage ur Hbp (especially if it's constantly on 140) and decrease sea salt intake and take more potassium like lentil .banana avocado ..etc ..

And if u want to make it lower faster stop eating that day anything containing salt and drink lentil soup (put in it also potatoes garlic onions with carrtot) with no salt or spices and eat celery and drink water and also if u can.

Do some walking because sweating gets the sodium out of the body and u will see really good results ..

btw drink celery juice as a drink by making it juice 1 litre a day (before breakfast, tea cup and every meal a tea cup lower also blood sugar. ( in blood sugar recipe they use it 2 bundles of celery ( just Leaves) I don't know about stalk in it so just try and see (caution: u need to measure ur blood sugar constantly in any remedy cause if it's getting too low it's bad for you and maybe put u in a coma. ) Good luck.

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Re: Thyroid and Leg Cramping Help Requested

GertJr (Madison) on 06/22/2021

Thanks, Art, but I've been taking zinc for years. I've tried everything, believe me.

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Re: Dark Chocolate Syndrome

Joseph (Stockton, Ca) on 06/21/2021

Dark chocolate is touted as being healthier than milk chocolate, milk chocolate has more fat, sugar than Dark chocolate with higher % of coco. Better for your heart, etc., just can?t recall all benefits.

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Turmeric for Boils

Denise (Skowhegan, Maine) on 06/22/2021
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Hubby developed a boil on his back. He had never had one in our 20 plus years together. Then very soon he had 5 of them. We're outside in the yard heat sweating a lot and he's very hairy also, which could have brought it on? This just happened this month June 2021. I made a Turmeric paste, dabbed each one, then put a bandaid on all 5 of them. After I pulled them off and he showered when we were done outside-I reapplied new ones. Did this for 1 week. I also wore gloves while doing this.

All the swelling went down and away and healed up nicely.

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Vitamin E for Leg Ulcers

Alma (Baton Rouge LA) on 06/21/2021

Harvey in Winnepeg: Please explain exactly what healed your leg ulcers...was it the application of Vitamin E oil only? Also, how often did you apply the oil?

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Re: Tardive Dyskinesia in Son

Cindy (Illinois, USA) on 06/21/2021

For anything that is inactive during sleep, I would use castor oil packs.

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Dark Chocolate Syndrome

Michael (New Zealand) on 06/21/2021

Hello Everyone,

Folks, I think I need your help on this one please!!

Has anyone done a Doctoral Thesis or PhD (or had personal experience) of the following condition:-

I have heard that dark chocolate (as distinct from milk chocolate with a bit more sugar in it), can cause headaches/migraines - sometimes bad ones. But that is not my present concern. By the way, I prefer the slightly bitter taste of the darker variety (but NOT the really strong, cocoa-content type).

Could the dark chocolate also cause muscle spasms / pain / stiffness as well as joint pain / stiffness / tendonitis etc?

Supposing one were to over-indulge by consuming a whole, thin bar of dark chocolate - what could be the consequences? Also, what are the factors at work - intestines, liver, kidney reactions etc - if known?

It is just that we have recently been hearing of the benefits of dark chocolate for one's health and I am wondering how much is too much and the bad consequences that are possible from over-indulging?

Everybody with a story to tell is encouraged to reply please!

Thanks a lot.

Michael from Down Under

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Re: Sjogren's Syndrome

Nancy (Los Angeles) on 06/21/2021

Hi Art:

Sorry, I just saw this. I think you are spot-on. Vitamin D has been hard for me to budge, but I've started taking cod liver oil, so we'll see. Zinc is actually more interesting to me because the last 3 times I had a migraine coming on, I've taken zinc and it resolved w/in an hour. (I can't take NSAIDs due to fluoroquinolone toxicity and was scratching my head for alternatives, when something in me told me to try zinc... it worked! ) And as zinc is so important to the absorption of so many other vitamins, I suspect it could be a game changer for me. Thanks for your reply!

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Re: Bill Munro's H202 Inhalation Method for COPD

Freda (Canada) on 06/21/2021

How is your COPD?

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Re: Taking Borax

Karl (Canada) on 06/21/2021

But you do concede you could be wrong as well.

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Re: Spinach and Tomato for ED

Paracelsus (Orlando, FL) on 06/21/2021
5 out of 5 stars

The reason why this works is due to high nitrate content of spinach. Green vegetables in general are high in nitrate which is a key component for the body to create Nitric Oxide which is critical to getting and maintaining an erection (see my article under "Editor's choice" for a more in depth analysis).

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Re: Thyroid and Leg Cramping Help Requested

Art (California) on 06/21/2021

GertJr,

I forgot to mention that the zinc can also be helpful for cramping.

https://www.chiroeco.com/supplements-for-muscle-cramps/

Art

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Re: Tardive Dyskinesia in Son

Art (California) on 06/21/2021

Joe A.,

If you haven't already looked into Ginkgo Biloba Extract, you might give it some consideration.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26979525/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6494382/

Art

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Re: Thyroid and Leg Cramping Help Requested

Art (California) on 06/21/2021

GertJr,

If you actually do have a hypothyroid condition you might check into zinc in a bioavailable form such as zinc picolinate or gluconate.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28097455/

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33409923/

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31820354/

Art

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No Results Yet Using Chanca Piedra for Gallstones

Micol K. (Toronto) on 06/21/2021

I have been taking Chanca Piedra tea for a few weeks, 3x/day bags, not loose, and have not seen any gallstones (which I apparently have) being flushed out. For how long does one need to drink the tea to see any results? Also, I have just bought the CP tincture, any success stories with that to dissolve/ flush out gallstones?

Thanks

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