The Four Deadly Foods

In today’s world of over-supply and over-demand, most corporations are driven by the desire to make profits for their shareholders, not for the health of the consumer. What the customer receives is a beautiful package, created to invoke a sense of purity, while the content within is filled with ingredients that are far from pure. There is a step that is usually missed by consumers that should not be missed: knowing about the four deadly foods and why they should be avoided.

The Culprits

1. Dairy

The cow of today is not the cow of yesterday. Today’s black-and-white cow that we see advertised in the United States is a hybrid of the original cow.

And this is only the beginning of the genetic disconnection within human consumption.

The cows’ natural diet is being substituted with genetically modified organisms (GMO’s) because there are so many cows raised in ranches that they consume grass faster than nature can grow it.

During the olden days, men would use their hands to squeeze the milk from the cow — but those days are gone. The demand is to supply a multitude of humans who have been sold the chemical within milk which sends a signal to the calf to return to its mother.

Machines are squeezing the cows’ mammary glands at such a rate that they start to tear the gland’s inner tissue, which triggers the normal healing process of inflammation within the cow and causes pus to leak into the milk.

What’s more, the process of pasteurization does not eliminate all the pus that is leaked into this end-product — as it sits on the shelves in a package alluding to purity.

Insulin Growth Factor-1 (IGF-1), a hormone that is responsible for growing healthy bones and tissues, is found in dairy. This hormone is what makes a calf weighing 60 lbs. grow to 600 lbs. within the span of 6 months.

Since dairy products cause IGF-1 levels in humans to increase, consumption of it sounds good for growth — however, it also increases the growth of cancerous cells, as well as healthy cells.

2. Bread

Most ingredients in bread are acidic to the human body. With loads of preservatives and chemicals that most people don’t know how to pronounce, eating bread can create a cascade of digestive and absorption issues within the body.

The modern milling, cultivation, and harvesting techniques of most grains grown in America have been impacted by genetic engineering of some sort.

Alteration of the genetic sequences created by this mechanical style of engineering disrupts the original algorithm nature has configured in the cells that are responsible for digesting and processing the genetic codes within the digested end-product.

This disruption opens the doors to rapid cell growth, which promotes cancerous growth. Instead of the body being fed, cancerous cells are fed.

3. Soy

Hormones are secreted from the ductus gland, which operates according to its own natural clock to secrete various hormones into the blood. The slightest change in hormonal levels can cause an intense overall change in the body.

Men especially usually experience serious effects when their hormonal levels drastically change. Soy consumption can decrease testosterone levels while increasing estrogen release levels.

Higher levels of estrogen disturb men’s natural hormonal balance. Testosterone serves a major role in sex drive and is also responsible for bone and muscle growth, stabilizing mood changes, boosting energy, increasing semen production, red blood cell production, and proper fat distribution.

Nature created men to have more of these hormones than women so they can have the energy, or the aggressiveness, to protect their partners and offspring. However, a diet high in estrogen decreases this aggression, causing men to be more like the partner whom they are supposed to protect.

Gender preference is also confused when the levels of estrogen being secreted within a man approach the levels in his natural mate. This explains the rise in phenomena like homosexuality.

Insulin Growth Factor-1 (IGF-1) is also known to be abundant in dairy products. Soy consumption, however, delivers to the body double the amount of IGF-1 that dairy does.

Soy is a super-hybrid, created in China to feed the people during times of extreme poverty. A study published in 2003 that tested the protein in soy showed that IGF-1 levels were 69% higher in soy than in milk.

4. Sauce

When going out to a restaurant, when we finally receive our meal, we usually like the added sauces. The sweet and sour, the spicy and the creamy.

When we’re hungry, the aroma of the meal blinds the third eye, preventing us from asking the most important questions about the meal: “How did the restaurant cooks make this meal? What kind of salt, what kind of sugar did they use? What are all these chemicals?”

The truth is that “secret sauce” just might be the kryptonite in your diet sending your alkaline levels to the dumps. All this spells bad news for a body that wants to remain highly conductive and free of toxins and contaminants. In addition, many health issues — especially those related to breathing — have been noted to all stem from a bad diet and the consumption of over-processed, chemical-laden, acidic foods.

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Natural Remedies for Receding Gums

Gums recede from teeth exposing them to decay and toothaches. Symptoms may include inflammation, infections or boils. There may be pain associated, or no pain at all. Symptoms may also include boils or cankers and bad breath. Medical treatment includes antibiotics (side effects) and surgery (symptoms may return).

Natural outlook is observing that the gums are related to diet, hygiene, mineral deficiencies and circulatory disorders. Using calcium citrate liquid (1 tablespoon, twice daily) may assist.

 

Herbs for Receding Gums

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

Dave’s Heart Formula – combination of hawthorn, mistletoe, horsetail, lemon balm and anise promotes circulation to all parts of the body. 2 caps, 3 times a day for several months.

Chamomile flowers, Sage leaves and Horsetail powder combined into one tea formula. Gargle and swallow several times a day. It will strengthen the connective tissue from an external perspective and internally.

White oak bark powder – tightens up your gums while you sleep. As a paste, use before bedtime between the cheek and gums. It has very little taste and can be swallowed during the night.

Another useful herbal formula would be:

2 parts Hawthorn berry powder provides better circulation
1 part Horsetail powder – strengthens connective tissue
3 parts White oak bark powder tightens the gums and an herbal astringent
2 parts Marshmallow root powder strengthens connective tissue in general

Mix together and steep 1 heaping teaspoon in 8 ounces of boiled water for ten minutes to make a tea (drain herbs), or put dried powdered herbal combination in capsules (taking 2, 3 times a day), or take 1 teaspoon of mixture daily.


Cell Salts to Help with Receding Gums

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 6Xgums spongy and receding, toothache with easily bleeding gums
#11 Nat sulph 6X– bitter unpleasant taste in mouth, gums burn like fire, offensive breath
#12 Silicea 6X – receding gums, pyorrhea, gum boils, gums sensitive, cold upper gums, sensitive to cold


Receding Gum 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.

Carbo veg – blood oozes from gums when brushing teeth, bleeds easily and painful while chewing. Gums black and inflamed. Digestive problems with gas and bloating.

Kali phos – gums easy to bleed. Nervous persons, gums spongy.

Merc solubis – gums spongy, recede, and bleed easily. Gum boils. Large ulcers on protruding gums. Gums well at night and have shooting pains into face and ears, better rubbing cheeks.

Silicea – gum boils, tendency to infections, gums recede, teeth sensitive to cold. Generally feels cold and is timid. Have weak fingernails.

 

 

Source: Dave’s Healing Notes

Phlebitis Natural Remedies

Phlebitis can be a superficial inflammation of the veins of mostly the legs but can also be found in the pelvis area. Most people don’t know they have this problem until there is redness or swelling. It can be the result of an infection locally or somewhere else in the body.

Deep vein thrombosis is phlebitis of the deep veins that causes blood clots. This can cause pain, swelling, fevers or chills. Early signs can be a brown staining of the skin on the lower legs. Unchecked the clots can cause a stroke or even death.

Causes of phlebitis can come from smoking, a physical injury, birth control pills or other unknown factors.

Medical treatments are to reduce inflammation in superficial phlebitis with NSAIDS (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs). Deep vein thrombosis may be treated with heparin-like drugs, aspirin, or Warfarin. They may be life saving over the short term, but only treats the symptoms and may have toxicity and side effects associated. Diagnosis is important to rule out other problems and avoid blood clots.

Natural perspectives include supporting normal vein health for prevention. We use supplements, cell salts, homeopathics and herbs as well as improve diet. The most important dietary concern for phlebitis is to stop smoking as well as removing alcohol, coffee, black tea. Regular moderate exercise is important for superficial phlebitis. Check with your doctor for deep vein thrombosis.

Supplements valuable to help phlebitis:

Vitamin C with Bioflavonoids (Amla C)
Vitamin E is a blood thinner
Zinc (50 mg per day) strengthens blood veins
1 to 2 Tablespoons of Flax fiber

 

Herbs for Phlebitis

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

The goal is to thin the blood, reduce inflammation and strengthen vein walls.

Use a combination of the following herbs in capsule or powder for maximum benefit, and adjust as your condition improves. Therapeutic dose is equal to one capsule of each herb 3 times a day or 1 liquid dropper full of an herbal tincture 3 times a day.

 

Boswellia is a powerful anti-inflammatory and tissue healer.

Ginger is a diffusive (penetrated tissues) and is a blood thinner.

Gingko biloba helps circulation and tissue integrity.

Gotu kola has circulation promoting and wound healing properties.

Hawthorn berries help vein integrity, nerve and circulatory health.


Cell Salts to Help with Phlebitis

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.

#1 Calc fluor 6X – connective tissue support, swelling and hard enlargements
#10 Nat phos 6X – detoxification, toxicity of tissues; digestive improvement
#12 Silicea 6X – connective tissue integrity, tendency to pus or infection


Phlebitis 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.

Aesculus hipp – vein disturbances (constitutional) with developments of varicose veins and hemorrhoids; bones swollen and painful; all during pregnancy; hemorrhoids with constipation and lumbar pain.

Arnica – phlebitis from trauma; bruising and bruised feeling.

Belladonna – acute phlebitis; sudden onset inflammation with redness and swelling; sensitive to motion.

Bothrops – muscular tissues filled with black blood; numbness; swollen veins; gangrene and gangrenous ulcers; swelling and heaviness; dissolves blood clots.

Hamamelis – painful phlebitis; worse by movement; varicose veins and dark blue coloring; tendency to recurring inflammation; vein fragility; body has beat up feeling; can be used externally (Witch Hazel).

Lachesis – acute phlebitis with typical inflammatory signs; pain sensitivity with intolerance to warmth; stronger inflammation, use Lachesis and Echinacea together; may help to dissolve blood clots; especially good for left-sided problems.

 

 

Source: Dave’s Healing Notes

Leg Ulcers Natural Remedies

Leg ulcers begin with small open areas of the skin, mostly of the lower third of the lower leg. If neglected it may grow to open sores which are round or irregular shaped. These leg ulcers may deepen and appear as a dirty green-gray mass or raised irregular inflamed borders.

With leg ulcers there can be severe pain that radiates to the whole leg. Legs can be swollen and have inflammation, fever, and bleeding. Complications of leg ulcers include infection, pus discharges, and blood clots (thrombosis).

Causes of leg ulcers in clude constitutional connective tissue weakness and nutritional deficiencies of the skin. Scratching can cause inflammation and eventually small wounds. Leg ulcers can be caused from stresses of pregnancy, standing on the feet from a job, lack of exercise, constipation, or deficient sanitary care.

Natural care of leg ulcers is prevention or early treatment to prevent complications using a combination of natural therapies over a long period of time. Eliminating causes of leg ulcers is an important part of therapy. It is important to have a doctor watch for blood clots, gangrene or other complications. Antibiotics may be prescribed for infections but it is hard to reverse this condition.

Diet – it is important to stop smoking, alcohol, coffee, black tea. Also look at medications as a causative factor – do your research and incite the help of your pharmacist and doctor.

Supplements to assist are Grape seed extract at 300 mg a day to improve tissue integrity; Coenzyme Q10 at 100 mg a day for circulation and heart protection.

 

Herbs for Leg Ulcers

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

Use a combination of the following herbs in capsule or tincture for maximum benefit, and adjust as your condition improves. Therapeutic dose is equal to one capsule of each herb 3 times a day or 1 liquid dropper full of an herbal tincture 3 times a day.

Butcher’s broom – circulatory integrity and competence, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant.

Gingko biloba – oxygenation and circulation of veins and arteries, memory, concentration, hearing.

Hawthorn berries – vein and artery integrity, reduce stress, lowers blood pressure.

Yarrow – repair and maintain artery and vein integrity, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, anti-allergy, antispasmodic, improves digestion. 

Herbal topical remedies for leg ulcers may be used along with all other therapies.

Calendula crème or gel – wound healer.

Honey kills bacteria and heals wounds.

Chamomile – make a flower pack from flowers ground up with hot water; put on wound and seal with plastic to remain overnight.

Flax seed – ground and mixed with hot water; put on wound and seal with plastic to remain overnight.


Cell Salts to Help with Leg Ulcers

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.

#10 Nat phos 6X – leg ulcers from acidity and digestive problems
#11 Nat sulph 6X – swelling with leg ulcers, removes excess fluid, supports liver health
#12 Silicea 6X – connective tissue integrity, infection in wounds, person may be thin, cold or shy


Leg Ulcers 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.

Homeopathic remedies for leg with clear margins (clean edges):

Carbo veg – chronic leg ulcers from heart problems; exhausted people; legs and lips are bluish but have intense burning while legs are cold.

Kali bichromicum – for leg ulcers with yellow green pus; pain is better from heat; alcohol consumption may be a problem.

Nitricum acidum – pains are sticking like a splinter; leg ulcers bleed easily; worse cold, better from warmth; may have a prickly personality.

Homeopathic remedies for leg ulcers with irregular margins:

Arsenicum album – leg ulcer is burning but feels better from heat; ulcers discharges are streaked with blood; pain worse 10pm to 2am, worst at midnight; perfectionist personality.

Fluoricum acidum – leg ulcer edges are inflamed, hard, shining, but not painful; itching is word from heat; skin around ulcer is hard, dry and rough; may have financial issues.

Lachesis – around leg ulcer is sensitive to touch and may look purple; ulcer may bleed and smell bad; pain better from starting menses or from bleeding; jealousy; left-sided problems.

Mercurius solubis – superficial leg ulcer but large and infected; person sensitive to temperature changes with narrow comfort range.

Mezereum – area around leg ulcer has blisters with yellowish or brownish fluid and may produce yellow crusts; painful itching.

Secale – destructive varicose leg ulcers and bad smelling discharges; may progress to gangrene; poor circulation from smoking; cold hands and feet; severe cramping.

 

 

Source: Dave’s Healing Notes

Inflammation Natural Remedies

Inflammation is your body’s reaction to toxicity which can appear as a sore area, heat, or some inflammationarea of the body not functioning as it should; it is an immune response. You may experience pain, soreness, or discomfort; many have lower energy than normal.

Modern medicine attempts to reduce inflammation by using anti-inflammatory drugs which suppress the immune response to it, and can damage the gastro-intestinal tract.

To naturally reduce inflammation in the body, take care of the cause whether it’s toxicity, or imbalance of one of your organs, or a wound.

 

Herbs for Inflammation

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

Herb combinations:

Dave’s Recovery Formula – Cramp bark, Horsetail, Oat straw, Wild lettuce, Thyme, Nettle, herbs traditionally used to relax muscles, with anti-inflammatory properties.

Dave’s Relief Formula – Corydalis, Boswellia, Myrrh, and Ginger; herbs used traditionally for swelling and inflammation in tissues and joints.

Herb singles:

Bromelain – anti-inflammatory taken on an empty stomach

Turmeric – taken on an empty stomach is anti-inflammatory and protects the digestive tract

Licorice – taken in low amounts helps the adrenals to calm down

Rosehips – high in natural Vitamin C and for inflammation


Cell Salts to Help Inflammation

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.

#3 Calc sulph 6X – to reduce toxicity in the body and improve digestion
#4 Ferr phos 6X – to reduce inflammation
#11 Nat sulph 6X – to support the liver which reduces toxicity


Inflammation 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.

Arsenicum album – with anxiety and burning pains. Better form warmth.

Belladonna – inflammation with fevers (102 – 104 degrees). Red hot face. Comes on sudden.

Bryonia – inflammation, sharp pains worse from any movement.

Gelsemium – flu-like symptoms, achy; comes on slow.

Merc solubis or Merc vivus – swollen lymphatic glands, sensitive to temperature. Weakness.

Nux vomica – digestive problems, irritability, craves stimulants

Pulsatilla – weepy, changeable moods

Rhus tox – stiffness and soreness from rest and better from continued movement; inflammation in joints; worse from cold damp weather.

Silicea – infections and inflammation with skin problems and poor fingernails. Cold person.

 

 

Source: Dave’s Healing Notes

Natural Diverticulitis Remedies

The intestine is composed of pouches, also known as diverticula. When one or more diverticula become inflamed, the condition diverticulitis occurs. Diverticulitis usually occurs in the large intestine.

Diverticulitis is caused when foods become stuck and are not eliminated. The intestinal lining may eventually protrude through the muscular wall of the bowel, and may possibly spread to the abdominal lining (peritoneum). These protrusions, known as fistulas, resemble “root-like” indentations.

When untreated, sores can spread through the abdominal lining, and peritonitis (inflammation of the abdomen) may occur. This occurrence can be lethal due to the high possibility that infection can spread to the blood, create sepsis, and circulate throughout the body.

Signs and symptoms of diverticulitis don’t often appear until the disease has progressed. When symptoms do appear they may include abdominal pain especially on the left side after eating meals, rectal bleeding or blood in stools, fever, nausea, vomiting, and bowel irregularities such as constipation or diarrhea, gas, or bloating.

Causes or contributors of diverticulitis include irregular or insufficient movement of waste through the colon (constipation), changes in intestinal pressure, unbalanced diet, age, and excess weight on the body.

Modern medicine provides examinations, drugs such as antibiotics, antispasmodics, and analgesics, and finally surgery to remove part of the colon; mostly they “band-aid” the symptoms of diverticulitis to make them feel better.

From the natural perspective, diverticulitis may be managed through dietary improvements and physical activity. Maximizing your GI tract everyday with proper nourishment and regular bowel habits is key in preventing developing diverticulitis. Any foods that make you feel sluggish or cause intestinal problems (gas, bloating, and indigestion) are most likely not supporting your colon health.

Prevention of Diverticulitis:

Eliminate tobacco, alcohol, coffee, black tea, sodas which are high in chemicals, and fast foods which are high calorie and low nutrition with no fiber. Add whole fruits and vegetables which are high in fiber, and other fibers. Increase your water intake between meals.

Minimize extra sugar and processed food intake – added sugars gunk up the walls of your intestines and may lead to many GI conditions.

Minimize intake of saturated fatty acids and trans-fatty acids, as well as highly processed and hormone containing meats.

Use natural supplements that may help support healthy intestinal function and keep diverticulitis at bay. Glutamine is an amino acid that supports intestine function. Aloe vera juice (the whole plant with the bitters) may promote healing.

Strengthen connective tissue via against diverticulitis:
Bioflavonoids: 1000 mg per day
Grape seed extract: 500 mg per day (also used for anti-oxidant effects)
Hawthorn: 1000 mg per day

Support the immune system (to prevent reoccurrence) via:
Probiotics: 10 billion per day for gut integrity.

 

Herbs for Diverticulitis

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

Use a combination of the following herbs for diverticulitis that are best suited for your symptoms:

Chamomile: herb for diverticulitis is anti-inflammatory; calms, soothes and strengthens tissues; support digestion and elimination.

Cramp Bark: relaxes muscle, relieves cramping and spasms; used for high blood pressure, coughs, bleeding and stomach ulcers; improves digestion.

Licorice: soothes and heals inflamed tissues; supports adrenal function and liver function.

Marshmallow: draws out toxins; mucilaginous fiber that supports proper bowel activity and increases colon flora; soothes and coats the intestinal tract; relieves inflammation and irritation; healing properties.

Plantain: tonifies mucous membranes; may help lower serum cholesterol levels; may relieve blood poisoning; relieves swelling and bleeding; promotes healing; wound healer internally and externally.

Sarsaparilla: promotes hormone balance; relieves inflammation and gas; supports nerve fibers and tissue of the entire nervous system, including the digestive brain.

Slippery Elm: healing and tonifying to the GI tract; soothes any irritation or inflammation; mucilaginous qualities; helps regulate bowel activity.

Turmeric: anti-inflammatory activity herb for diverticulitis; relieves indigestion; relieves jaundice and improves liver health. Take on an empty stomach.

Wild Yam: relieves pain and cramping; supports removal of waste; supports liver health, lowering cholesterol, and lowering blood pressure; may help relax the muscles in the abdomen; soothes nerves.


Cell Salts to Help with Diverticulitis

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.

#8 Mag phos 6X – promotes movement of muscular tissue; nourishes the nerves and cardiovascular system; relieves cramping from diverticulitis

#9 Nat mur 6X – constipation; digestion; dryness; arthritic conditions

#11 Nat sulph 6X – liver ailments; bloating; gas; eliminates excess water


Diverticulitis 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.

Benzoic acidum – stitching pain of diverticulitis; stitches/constricted feeling at rectum; itching of rectum; sweat while eating; pressure in stomach; cutting at navel or liver region. Symptoms better from heat, worse from cold and drafts.

Berberis vulgaris – biliary (bile, bile ducts or gallbladder) colic; jaundice; dry mucous membranes; changeable symptoms (ex: thirsty, then thirstless, appetite, suddenly no appetite); stitching pain in gallbladder/liver region; constant urging to stool; burning or tearing of the rectum.

Chamomilla – sensitive; irritable; sweat after eating or drinking; distended abdomen; aggravated tummy after anger; fissures in rectum area. Symptoms better when held or carried, warm wet weather; worse in heat, night, and from anger.

Fluoricum acidum – acts on lower tissues – indicated by ulcers, varicose veins, etc; heavy weight and heat in stomach; bilious diarrhea. Symptoms of diverticulitis are better from cold, walking; worse warmth, morning.

Kali sulphuricum – nauseous stomach; tongue coated yellow with painful gums; colicky pains in abdomen; yellow diarrhea, or constipation. Symptoms are better cool, open air; worse in warm room temperatures.

Menyanthes – thirstless; great hunger that passes after eating very little; desire for meat; distended abdomen. Symptoms better with pressure applied to the affected area, stooping motion; worse rest, ascending.

Silicea – averse to meat and warm food; want of appetite; excess thirst; pit of stomach is painful with pressure; abdomen – painful, cold feeling, hard bloated; constipation; rectum feels paralyzed; rectum develops fissures. Symptoms better by warmth, wrapped up, summer; worse morning, cold, uncovered.

 

 

Source: Dave’s Healing Notes

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