Hello all. With the codex, around the corner and the governments of the world trying to come out against vitamins and other natural supplements. I was thinking that we all could benefit from a page that gives us natural sources of vitamins and minerals. For example, sources such as oranges for vitamin C. I would like to know what sources of foods ( Both wild sources and sources that we find in our gardens )that supply high dosages of vitimans and minerals. We may all be searching the wilderness before long for substitutes. So where can we get L-Lysine, in a natural sources, other than a pill and etc. I hope you understand what I am asking for.
Also I would love to see pictures of wild edible plants, found in nature and food that can cure or provide nutrients for us. Like what the rain forest and Native Americans used. Native American cures page would be wonderful or rain forest cures. Bark from trees or any sources.
I would love to purchase, from Earth Clinic, some booklets with favorite remedies for common ailments, not just apple cider vinegar, to give out at Christmas to acquaintances, family, and friends.
Do you have an address to send donations? I prefer not using paypal, etc.
EC: There is a tab to your right on this site. Thanks!
Wondering if you're going to get a tab for DMSO alone? Also, I've written quite a few questions and feedback and never has it been posted. Am I doing something wrong or do you pick and choose what gets posted?
EC: There actually is a section for DMSO under supplements. Also, if you do a search for your name and location in the upper right box, you will find your posts.
(Syracuse, New York)
I'm not sure how well this will go down, but I'd like to make a suggestion apologies to those who find this in bad taste.
I recently had some UFOs (Unidentified Floating Objects) along with my bowel movements and a google search of the description led me to a site called poop report. The comments on this site were mostly random nonsense, however some were quite informative and others were absolutely hilarious.
My suggestion is that we could start a page here for folk to anonymously share any unusual / worrying goings on in the toilet department. Where questions such as - is it normal, is it serious, is it IBS or is it fungus etc. could be answered.
Just thought I'd put it out there.
I posted a question and cannot find it nor the answer, can someone guide me where to go thanks
Is there a way to access an archive of newsletters? I really enjoyed reading the one you just sent.
EC: Here's the link to finding them:
After posting a recipe for fermented salsa under the fermented foods section of this site, I thought it would be a great idea to post healthy recipes in a section for that purpose.
BTW, I love this site, though I am a newcomer, I love to contribute my knowledge and experiance.
Hello, I was wondering if a page could be added for Oil of Oregano as a remedy? I understand it has quite a few uses and it is very potent. What do you think?
EC: It is listed under supplements under oregano oil: https://www.earthclinic.com/supplements/oregano-oil.html
Would love to see a tab for natural garden remedies?
I'm new to EC and I made a comment on the HS page under Tumeric (04/24/11) and I didn't want my comment to be under someone elses comment, mine was a comment not a reply.
I just looked at my comment and it's under someones comment that has nothing to do with my issue.
I wanted to post my own comment - not sure how to do that - I just keep seeing reply.
Could you please tell me how to post comments on the HS page under Tumeric.
EC: Hi Justsayin,
Starting a new thread or topic is simple: Just click on the "Give Feedback" button on the right side of the browser window or the "Submit Posts" link at the top of the page and write your post!
We just deleted and reposted your feedback on Hidradentis Suppurativa in a new thread.
Would someone please explain how to pronouce "nigari" phonetically? I don't want sound like an idiot when calling Asian supermarkets to make a purchase. :) Thank you
(Auckland, New Zealand)
Needy for sustained knowledge: Can you consider a function where I can save my favorite posts if I'm signed up? Like next to the email or reply to thread link?
EC: Yes, we already have this feature. Once you are logged in, simply click the "Watch" icon below any thread which you wish to save in your account.
I don't know if this would be within the intended scope of the website, but I would consider homemade alternatives to commercial makeup health related as far as preventative medicine is concerned. I would love to see a section on that or maybe a link to another resource as an alternative. I already use henna/indigo to dye my hair. I would be interested to see what people might use for eyeliner, lipstick, blush etc. Thanks!
(Michelbach-le-bas, Alsace, France)
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Hello. I just discovered your website yesterday and I absolutely love it. Thank you so much for the invaluable service you are providing to the world! I had one "wish list" item I wanted to suggest. It would be great if people could check off posts that they like and have them saved somewhere in their account profile for future reference -- like a "favorite posts" or "recipe box" or "save this" type of feature. Just a thought. Keep up the great work and thank you again!
EC: Hi Christine,
Thanks for the feedback. We already offer this "Watched Posts" feature to our registered members. Once you become a member and login, simply click on the "Watch" icon at the bottom of each thread and it will go into your account.