Cancer – root causes

4th Chakra imabalance – Heart: Self-love

Cancer of blood-Leukemia:

  • Intense depression, anger or ill will
  • Lack of pure love for self & others

Cancer of cervix:

  • Repressed anger

Cancer of female organs:

  • Repressed anger (Usually at male authority figures)
  • Feeling an emptiness in life
  • Unresolved resentments
  • Feelings of hostility being suppressed
  • Rejecting the self
  • Feelings of despair
  • Feelings of loneliness being repressed
  • Poor relationship with parents
  • Inability to cope with a traumatic loss
  • Feelings of hopelessness/helplessness being repressed
  • Mental depression
  • Holding on to deep anger, resentment, hate, revenge, or jealousy
  • Not open to “light” or divine help
  • Subconscious death wish– no desire to live

Cancer-Skin  7th Chakra– Crown: Selflessness  2nd Chakra – Sacral: Self-creation

  • A form of destruction due to feeling inadequate or unworthy

Cancer– Small of Back

  • Continual inside strife, but appearing happy
  • Carrying life’s burdens
  • Unresolved emotional burdens

Cancer -Stomach  3rd Chakra– Solar Plexus Self-empowerment

  • Feelings of condemnation & hatred
  • Feelings of malice
  • Feelings of wanting to get even
  • Unforgiveness

Natural Remedies for Anorexia

In anorexia, it is mostly women who starve themselves for a variety of reasons. It affects up to 2% of the American population. Anorexia often starts at puberty but may begin at any time. It is a modern disorder and can be life threatening.

Signs of anorexia

  • Abnormal weight loss
  • Obsession about food
  • Wears baggy clothes
  • Menstrual disorders or loss
  • Fatigue
  • Mood swings hair loss
  • Feels cold
  • Avoids social situations
  • Drug-alcohol problems
  • Obsessive exercising
  • Thyroid problems
  • Serotonin disorders
  • Can’t look in a  mirror
  • Skin problems
  • Heart palpitations
  • Constipation
  • Low blood pressure
  • Depression

Causes of anorexia are not always know but could stem from poor self esteem, unrealistic body expectation from self or family. They may feel depressed, worthless, suicidal, or have guilt with religious delusions. Anorexia may be a poor defensive mechanism to control their own life. There might be a poor mother-daughter relationship. Anorexia can also be used as a coping mechanism for deeper psychological problems.

From the medical view of anorexia, a person may need hospital stays when symptoms become life threatening. The person then needs an evaluation. Psychotherapy is almost always required. Anti-depressant medication (which may cause other problems) could be recommended. Typically, 30% of all anorexia patients do not recover.

From the natural perspective anorexia is a serious psychological problem which brings potent physical problems that can become life threatening. A person with anorexia NEEDS a COUNSELOR along with nutritional, herbal, and homeopathic medicines. The results can be quite good with using several natural supplements together. Initial help for anorexia may need to correct constipation, menstrual or digestive disorders. Diet must be addressed.

As for lifestyle, get counseling to help you to recover a healthy diet and a reason to enjoy life.

Diet is extremely important as many anorexics consume less than 500 calories a day. Someone who is active needs around 100 grams of protein per day. Even if the calories are low the protein needs to stay high to avoid muscle loss. The rule is to have protein at each meal.

Do the obvious of avoiding alcohol, tobacco, coffee, sodas, black tea and refined sugar.

Natural supplements for anorexia include using a good liquid multi-vitamin every day. Use digestive enzymes at meals as well as a good probiotic. Take 50 mg of Zinc as a most important supplement. You can have protein shakes at various times of the day.


Herbs for Anorexia

Herbs are plants valued for their specific strengthening/ tonifying properties.

Herbs can be quite helpful in anorexia to stimulate appetite, calm nerves and build the blood. Use a combination of the following herbs for anorexia in capsule or liquid tincture (glycerin) for maximum benefit, and adjust as your condition improves. Therapeutic dose is equal to one capsule of each herb or 15 drops of an herbal tincture 3 times a day. Choose 3 of the herbs below:

St. John’s wort as an herb for anorexia helps calm the nerves and alleviate depression. (Do not if they are on antidepressants prescribed.)

Wild yam can help calm the nervous system and improve digestive function.

Eleutherococcus herb for anorexia helps to improve endocrine function, reduce stress, increase energy and improve adrenal function.

Dandelion root herb strengthens the liver and is rich in inulin which feeds the friendly bacteria in the digestive tract.

Cell Salts to Help with Anorexia

To make a cell salt solution, put up to 10 tablets of each cell salt in a 16- to 24-ounce bottle; fill with water and swirl to dissolve tablets. Sip throughout the day.

#4 Ferr phos 6X – weakened and anemic conditions
#9 Nat mur 6X – people who isolate from grief or sadness
#12 Silicea 6X – weak pale person with translucent skin and hollow eyes

Anorexia Homeopathic Remedies

Homeopathic remedies are non-toxic natural medicines safe for everyone including infants and pregnant or nursing women. You may use 6X, 30X, 6C or 30C potencies.

When using Homeopathy it is essential to match personality and anorexia traits with the remedies. Results can be remarkable. You may see results in a week or up to several months. Use with other natural remedies.

Arsenicum album – anorexia; fastidious; FEARS DISEASE, GERMS, and DIRT; FEARS BEING POISONED; severe restlessness usually at night; in depleted stage they may have chronic fatigue; perfectionist person.

Hyoscyamus – anorexia and MANIA (religious); fears of being poisoned; bipolar; feels insane; voices or religions tell them not to eat; jealousy, envy; FEARS GETTING FAT; changeable from kissing mania to depressed worthless state; guilty of imaginary sins.

Ignatia – perfectionist person; anorexia with fear of becoming fat; HYSTERIA; loss of control of emotions; fainting; frustration; hysterical paralysis; twitches; extreme headaches; cause from grief or disappointment; then they are hard on themselves; hard to get a deep breath-SIGHS often.

Lycopodium – LOW SELF ESTEEM person who picks on others; anorexia from social fears; feels worse from 4 to 8 pm; digestive problems.

Natrum muriaticum – anorexia from grief or emotional oversensitivity; craves salt; isolates themselves; CHRONIC ANOREXIA; dry skin.

Phosphoric acid – grief with loss of appetite; EMACIATION; first is love loss, pining away while, then second comes depression, apologetic, feels dead inside; FLATNESS OF EMOTION; monotone with stoic face or appearance; grief from apathy with weight loss which can lead to diabetes or other chronic diseases; emotional exhaustion.

Platina – anorexia when obsessed by appearance; egocentric, arrogant and haughty; suppresses, denies the body; obsesses with food and SEXUALITY; alternation of symptoms with promiscuity, sexuality; religiosity; repression of sexuality builds desire; obsessive compulsive, may have multiple personalities; intense genital itching.

Pulsatilla – anorexia with worthlessness, person feels UNLOVED; fixed ideas of food; fear of gaining weight; gains weight easily-constantly weighting themselves (Puls, Ign, Nat mur); scanty menses; fixed ideas especially about food.



Source: Dave’s Healing Notes

Depression Natural Remedies

From the natural perspective, depression is an important part of life that everyone experiences at one point or another. The causes are many, but as I see it, depression is nature’s way of making us stop and look at problems in life, and take time to correct them. Depression can just disappear when the cause is found and the problem addressed.

Modern medicine has a mistaken belief that anti-depressants are the answer; but these medications may actually hinder the healing process. Anti-depressants can be useful for a short time. Typical results are an emotional numbness and a reduction in sex drive, with other side effects (see drug labesl), and create a dependence that is hard break.

The main cause of depression in WOMEN is hormonal imbalances caused by birth control devices, dairy, meat, or other nutritional deficiencies. Premenopausal women may use 3 Vitex capsules or 4 Blessed Thistle capsules a day. Post-menopausal women can use Eleutherococcus (Siberian Ginseng) at 6 capsules a day and may add 4 capsules of Suma. (This will help the adrenal glands to produce the proper hormones and promote healthy function.)

The thyroid can also be a physical cause; symptoms are weight gain, lethargy, depression, etc. Use kelp and other natural products to promote a healthy thyroid function. See your doctor to test the thyroid if it is suspected.

Other causes of depression include digestive problems, often caused by stress or other factors. The stomach contains MORE SERITONIN than the BRAIN! Hence, the term “gut reaction.” Use natural digestive enhancers and avoid all acid reducers and neutralizers. Parasites can also be a cause; symptoms include dark circles under the eyes and nervous irritability with digestive disturbances. This is mostly seen in children. There may also be heavy metal toxicity which natural detox supplements help.

What you can do naturally is to stay away from tobacco, alcohol, coffee, black tea, and sodas.

Emotional issues can be cause, from many different emotional traumas specific to the individual. Therefore, it is necessary to use the specific homeopathic remedy in combination with the Cell Salt Solution and supportive herbs.

***Do not go off your medications without consulting your doctor. Even then, get off one medication at a time over a 2-month period. Slow down or stop your drug withdrawal if you do not see adequate results from natural medications.

Important reading material includes: Your Drug May be Your Problem, Toxic Psychiatry, Prozac Panacea.


Herbs for Depression

Herbs are plants valued for their specific strengthening/ tonifying properties.

Herbal combinations:

Dave’s Mood Formula herbs traditionally used to help nourish and strengthen the nervous system. Formula: Melissa (Lemon balm), Hops, Mistletoe, Bitter Orange, Peppermint, and Valerian.

Dave’s Positive Mind Formula herbs traditionally used to calm the mind, help with pent up emotions, and lift the spirit. Formula: Radix Polygala Tennifoliae, Albizzia, Flos Lonicerae Japonicea, Red Sandalwood, Blue violet, Lavender, and Squawvine herb.

Herb singles:

Lavender – “Stagnant depression.” A traumatic event in a life is fixated to the present from an event, and the person is acclimated to the old event as if it is still happening. Sleep, gas, nausea, churning stomach. Post traumatic stress syndrome.

Damiana – depression where the sex drive is lowered; can be from sexual abuse.

Rosemary – depression from an emotional trauma that “strikes to the heart.” They often have liver headaches, red eyes, sharp pains, nausea, and are constipated. Good for a weak memory too.

St. John’s Wort – effective for mild and moderate depression. There may be a sour stomach and negative attitude, lacking the day-today join in life. Modern medicine feels this herb will interfere with anti-depressants. But in several years of experience I’ve never seen any problems.

Melissa (Lemon balm) – mild mood elevator. Depression with sleep problems. Cognitive depression. Useful for seasonal affective disorder and mild hypertension, also calms heart palpitations.

Black Cohosh – menopausal depression (combine with Vitex).  Doom and gloom attitude. There feels like a black cloud overhead.

Gingko Biloba – depression associated with the elderly. Impaired vision, memory, and other cognitive problems.

Rhodiola – nervous depression. Immune weakness. Energy without stimulation. Improves circulation and increases oxygen to the head.

Schizandra – depressed without coffee to get going in the morning. Depression with liver problems. Strengthens the hypothalamus, pituitary and adrenals. Energizing and normalizes the nervous system.

Korean Panax Ginseng – depression from extreme fatigue where they are too tired to sleep. Improves energy. May be too stimulating at times.

American Ginseng – calming and rejuvenating. Depression from Fibromyalgia or Chronic Fatigue.

Ashwaganda – depressed and over stimulated muscles. Depression from Fibromyalgia.

Eleutherococcus (Siberian Ginseng) – long-term use for mild depression, exhaustion.  Often for those who drink recreationally with loss of sleep. Also for menopausal women with motivation problems.

Cell Salts to Help With Depression

To make a cell salt solution, put up to 10 tablets of each cell salt in a 16- to 24-ounce bottle; fill with water and swirl to dissolve tablets. Sip throughout the day.

#6 Kali phos 6X – nervous conditions and depression
#9 Nat mur 6X – for grief, depression, and sadness
#11 Nat sulph 6X – for negativity, anger, suicidal feelings, and liver support

Depression Homeopathic Remedies

Homeopathic remedies are non-toxic natural medicines safe for everyone including infants and pregnant or nursing women. You may use 6X, 30X, 6C or 30C potencies.

Aurum metallicum (#1) – suicidal with despair, worse at night, extreme insomnia, nothing but a bright sunny day will lift their spirits or hope. Person forms strong attachments with people, they suffer in silence with no consolation. Heartache, reminiscing, sighing with grief. High blood pressure, life is a burden. Self esteem is tied to work.

Natrum muriaticum (#2) – won’t cry in public. Sentimental with flatness, can get their eyes watery in a vulnerable spot. Depression from grief or loss (sighing). Denies depression, “I’ve already worked it out.” Keeps to themselves, isolation, the quiet type. Shock, fear, anger, insults, offenses, frustration, and aggression.

Cimicifuga – feeling as if a dark cloud is overhead. Think that they might be crazy and are oversensitive to noises. Sleeplessness affects everything.  Better for warmth and fresh air, worse in cold.

Ignatia – depression from over work and nerve exhaustion of caring for others. Hysterical at times. Sighs much. Homesickness. The wiped-out personality type is considerably vegetative, oversensitivity, unhappy love and chronic worry, easily offended. Better from warmth, worse from stress.

Lachesis – jealous, suspicious, talkative persons. Logic may be impaired. They cannot bear tight clothing.[or tight things about the neck].  These patients sleep into an aggravation (worse after sleeping).  Worse from warmth, better from cold and fluid discharges. (sweating, urination, etc.)

Natrum sulph – liver problems, overwork, or head injury. Severely depressed, suicidal, must restrain themselves. Conflict and weariness. Worse in winter.

Phosphoric acid – depression from emotional worry, homesickness for family or friends that have already died. Bothered that they don’t recognize anyone, they seem confused and feel emotional pain, sleepy, whines often, is apathetic and doesn’t want to talk. Desires warmth.

Pulsatilla – hormonal triad of self pity, sadness, loneliness.  Strong need to express one’s self, weeping, needs consolation, sitting at home, please hug me look, needs pity.

Sepia – hormonal depression, results of estrogen dominance (from the pill or childbirth). Angry and yelling; wants to be alone. Apathetic to family duties as well as job. Tendency to George Bernard Shaw said, “When you begin, that you sacrifice, then you end, then you hate that which you have sacrificed for.” Keynotes: wants to be physically active but has no sex drive.

Staphysagria – grief, putting self down, will never amount to anything, won’t talk, and feels worthless, guilt, depressed. Often from rape or from a no-win situation. Humiliation.



Source: Dave’s Healing Notes

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