Part 2 of SPECIFIC HEALTH PROBLEMS

Walter Last

Read the Introduction at Part 1 of SPECIFIC HEALTH PROBLEMS

Kidney Problems

Nearly all kidney failures could be prevented and the need for dialysis avoided or reversed when taking 1 teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate 3 times daily in a large glass of water before meals to keep urine pH between 7.5 and 8.

Use a diet low in protein, salt, food additives, and drugs, along with allergy testing and a low-allergy diet. Except with kidney stones, keep the urine alkaline. Use predominantly raw foods with plenty of sprouted seeds and fresh (mainly green) vegetable juices, ground linseed, and fish oils; periodic raw food fasting. Helpful are antioxidants, spirulina, and coenzyme Q10. For kidney stones, use lemon juice and grapefruit, ascorbic acid, vitamin B6/P5P, magnesium, boron and zinc, but restrict your calcium intake. Useful herbs are buchu, cornsilk, dandelion, and uva ursi; as diuretics, try juniper berries, elderberries, or peach leaves. Colonics with water low in minerals delay the need for dialysis. Have sufficiently high fluid intake to produce several litres of urine daily. Often effective in serious conditions is urine therapy. Try to reactivate kidney function by drinking, slowly and at intervals, about three litres of pure water (no chlorine or fluoride) before breakfast. To each litre add up to a cup of fresh urine and, if available, the content of one capsule of Microhydrin/MegaHydrate or electrolytically reduced water (ERW).

Liver & Gall-bladder Problems

Strongly focus on intestinal sanitation, Pyroluria and Candida. Detoxify with the Basic Cleanse and periodically repeat the first part of it. Have three days on apples only; in the evening activate the liver with a castor-oil pack; at bedtime take half a cup of olive oil and possibly orange juice, and next morning a glass of warm water with a tablespoon of Epsom salt. This helps remove gallstones and cholesterol deposits from the liver and gallbladder.

Minimize your exposure to chemicals and radiation. Most important are vitamin B6/P5P, zinc, taurine, carnitine and coconut oil. Other helpful nutrients are lecithin, inositol, TMG, milk thistle or silymarin, antioxidants, B-vitamins, B12 if low in energy, magnesium, and selenium. High ascorbate/MSM helps to detoxify. Stimulate the liver with bitter teas; use half a cup after meals; or take capsules of centaury, dandelion, devil’s claw, gentian, goldenseal, or rosemary. With hepatitis, use the therapy for viral infection in Infections and Inflammations above.

With persistent problems, continue with castor-oil liver packs. Also effective are reflexology, ear acupuncture, and acupuncture meridian therapy. Jaundice can be caused by drugs and chemicals, liver infection, gall-duct blockage, and increased destruction of red blood cells (protect with high amounts of vitamin E), so try to discover the cause of the jaundice. Treat systemically with blue colour therapy.

Malabsorption

Malabsorption of food is common with chronic degenerative diseases, debility, and underweight or difficulty in gaining weight. This can result in floating, bulky, pale, and smelly stools and excessive wind. The main causes are intestinal dysbiosis and leaky gut. Most problems can be overcome with Intestinal Sanitation. Additional causes and solutions are as follows:

       Gluten allergy: Avoid gluten.

       Deficiency of gastric acid, digestive enzymes, bile, gastric acid and sodium bicarbonate: Take appropriate supplements and reduce heated fats, use coconut oil or extra-virgin olive oil instead.

       Try a diet high in fibre and low in easily digestible carbohydrates. Use salads and blended raw root vegetables.

       Inflammation of the intestinal wall – focus on intestinal sanitation.

       Worms or other parasites: Do a three-day raw food diet and a psyllium cleanse. Periodically use high amount of borax or gum turpentine.

       Tapeworm: Use gum turpentine; in addition, try a three-day water fast followed by a tablespoon of castor oil to flush it out.

GENERAL RULES: Eat small meals of easily digestible foods, for example, bone broth, meat broth or juice, vegetable and grass juices, rye sourdough bread instead of yeast-baked bread. Add pollen, spirulina, or chlorella, and possibly amino acid and nucleic acid supplements if you are debilitated. Add lecithin to all meals. The amino acid glutamine helps to improve the intestinal wall. Chew all your food extremely carefully and keep it in the mouth as long as possible, paying attention to the developing flavours of each mouthful.

Frequently rub the body with coconut oil, lanolin and extra-virgin olive oil, individually or mixed together. Add oil-soluble nutrients, such as astaxanthin, vitamins A, D, E and K. Also mix these and other oil-soluble nutrients with coconut oil for better oral absorption. Add lecithin to meals with fat or oil.

Chew all suitable supplements and keep them under the tongue, such as freeze-dried liver, Royal Jelly, vitamin B12 and halibut-liver oil. Nutrients are not well absorbed from tablets, better if you crush them, also open capsules and mix with meals. In difficult situations, nutrients can be absorbed from grass juice enemas through the large intestine. Try liver cleansing, take bicarbonate to keep the urine alkaline.

Menstrual Problems

Most gynaecological problems are Candida related. Intestinal sanitation and antimicrobial therapy are essential. Use a diet low in sweet food and heated fats, and preferably a raw food cleansing diet, especially in the case of heavy periods and difficult menopause. Also advisable are sprouted seeds, vegetable salads, grass juice, and a diet high in bioflavonoids and carotenoids as from coloured foods, especially yellow, orange, red, and purple. For heavy bleeding, black cherries are best; if not available, try black or purple grapes, juice of dark grapes or red beets, blackberries, and blueberries.

SUPPLEMENTS: Take B-complex vitamins, especially B6/P5P and folic acid, rutin and bioflavonoids, vitamin E (1000 to 2000 IU daily), and selenomethionine, especially if breasts are tender and for menopausal hot flushes. Neutralize fruit acids with dolomite for a high calcium and magnesium intake. Calcium helps with excessive bleeding and fatigue while magnesium eases tension and irritability. Also helpful are zinc, manganese, MSM, evening primrose or borage oil, vitamins A, D3 and C, possibly organic iron (raw minced meat). With menstrual clotting, more vitamin K is needed; use plenty of dark-green vegetables with added oil. Fibrocystic breast disease and ovarian cysts often disappear with several drops of Lugol's solution or saturated solution of potassium iodide (SSKI) taken daily in some coffee, tea or juice for two to three months, then continue with 1 drop for maintenance. This is not suitable with some thyroid problems, see Iodine.

HERBS: For menopause: chamomile, hawthorn, licorice, red clover, and sage. Excessive bleeding: bayberry bark, red raspberry, shepherd’s purse, and witch hazel. Suppressed menstruation: chamomile, catnip, fennel, pennyroyal, and peppermint. Generally try motherwort, dong quai, raspberry shoots, and chasteberry (Vitex agnus-castus); St John’s Wort for depression; and black cohosh for period pain. Maca is most helpful for all conditions, helps even after hysterectomy, and is safer than hormonal replacement therapy, it is also recommended for age-related decline of sexual function.

ADDITIONAL THERAPIES: Press foot reflex areas on heels; use blue lighting to reduce bleeding, orange lighting to increase it. Place castor-oil packs or Epsom-salt/magnesium chloride packs on the lower abdomen and lower back; apply pressure therapy, and manipulation and adjustment of lower back; do spinal tapping of lumbar vertebrae or colonics. Take sufficient bicarbonate to keep the urine alkaline. Minimise stress, instead try relaxation, daydreaming, meditation, art work, and pleasant outdoors activity. Do fasting and cleansing.

VAGINAL YEAST INFECTION: Preferably insert a large capsule filled with borax at bedtime for 2 weeks, alternatively douche with either diluted hydrogen peroxide or garlic water and later with acidophilus ferment. Do this also with endometriosis in addition to intensive antifungal therapy.

Mucus Problems

These include most respiratory diseases, recurring colds, hay fever, coughs, sinusitis, running nose, throat infections, and many ear problems. However, there may also be mucus covering in the small intestine causing malabsorption. Generally, pathological mucus results either from a lactose/galactose overload or from exposure to fungi, moulds and Candida. This causes inflammation of mucous membranes which may also be due to irritating food, such as gluten, or to food allergy or chemical sensitivity; it can result from persistent inhalation of irritants or from chronic microbial or parasitic infestations.

DIET: Fenugreek is good; minimize sweet and fatty food; fruit can be used according to your sensitivity. The main mucus-forming foods are lactose (skim milk or whey powder); milk products in general according to their lactose content; beer; mainly wheat gluten, to a lesser extent also gluten in rye and barley; moulds and fungi, yeast-fermented food or any food to which you are allergic.

Initially avoid all mucus-forming foods. After your mucus has cleared, introduce and observe the effect on your body of each of the mucus-forming foods or food groups separately for several weeks. Some foods are mucus forming even in small amounts while others can be tolerated up to a certain level. However, the mucus-forming potential of different foods may be cumulative.

HERBS: For inflamed or infected mucous membranes, use goldenseal, marshmallow, sarsaparilla, slippery elm powder, thyme, and yarrow (strengthening). To expel mucus, use coltsfoot, horehound, lungwort, mullein, nettles, vervain, and violet; most recommended is horseradish.

AROMATIC OILS: Inhale these for sinusitis: cinnamon, lemon, eucalyptus, lavender, pine, rosemary, or thyme. For inflammatory sinus and breathing problems: Inhale vapour of eucalyptus oil during the night (keep some in a flat container close to the bed). For sore throat, gargle with lemon, geranium, hyssop, sage, and thyme. As an internal antiseptic, use diluted tea tree oil. Add a few drops to a small jar or bottle half filled with water, shake vigorously for a few seconds, and then try a drop on the tongue. If this is not irritating or unpleasant, you can ingest the rest.

ADDITIONAL THERAPIES: For nose and sinus problems or hay fever, frequently draw seawater, diluted with about three parts warm water, through the nostrils, one at a time, and spit the water out. If seawater is not available, dissolve a level teaspoon of sea salt in ½ litre of water; you can also add a small amount of magnesium salt. For acute conditions, sniff up a tea of the indicated herbs, possibly also try diluted hydrogen peroxide or other antimicrobial    solutions; place castor-oil packs over the sinuses. Put a drop of diluted DMSO into each nostril. Do head and neck exercises – circling the neck. For clearing mucus from head spaces (e.g. sinuses): Kneel with the head to the floor and make loud snoring and snorting noises at the back of the nose. Spit out mucus; continue for ten minutes. Have any mercury amalgam fillings or dead teeth removed. Iodine in Lugol’s solution liquefies mucus.

For throat problems, gargle with the indicated herb teas, adding antimicrobials in the case of infections; place castor-oil packs and blue lighting on throat; for chronic conditions, have plenty of singing and vocal therapy. Generally, strengthen the intestines, and do colonics. Edgar Cayce recommended wearing a piece of carbon steel (or a small magnet), preferably in the groin pocket, to improve the mucous membranes of the nose and throat and to resist colds and congestion. Use systemic lemon (yellow-green) colour therapy to loosen and expel phlegm, and concentrate it on the chest and upper back. Spray inhaling a 7% saltwater aerosol solution helps with clearing mucus from the airways. Do this for several minutes twice daily. Also use the oil rinse, see Fasting and Cleansing.

THE SUGAR CURE: Keep a teaspoon of sugar in the mouth until it is dissolved, then spit it out and take another teaspoonful. Continue with this at intervals for one or two hours and repeat on subsequent days or weeks as required. The sugar draws mucus dissolved in lymph fluid from the lymph glands and so gradually clears the head spaces. It can stop a cold within hours. Caution: this can cause low blood sugar in a few hypoglycaemic individuals.

NETI: This is a yoga method to rinse the sinuses. Use a coffee or teapot with a fine snout, a neti pot, or an enema bag filled with mildly warm and salty water. Bend over a sink with the head turned to the side, insert the enema hose or the snout of the pot into the upper nostril and let the water flow out. It will rinse out the sinuses and flow out from the lower nostril. After half the water is used up, turn the head and let the water flow into the other nostril. Finally, close one nostril at a time and strongly blow out air to expel any water remaining in the sinuses.

Multiple Sclerosis

Main contributing factors are intestinal dysbiosis, liver problems (pyroluria, faulty fat metabolism), Candida and pleomorphic microbes, malabsorption, and weak blood circulation.

DIET: Recommended are plenty of low-mercury seafood (best marinated), broth of fish heads and bone broth, raw egg yolk (but cook the egg white), sunflower kernels, almonds, and other oily seeds (best sprouted, soaked or as seed cheese); coconut oil, freshly ground linseed and possibly linseed oil; plenty of grass and vegetable juices as well as sprouted seeds (but no gluten grains). Eat more vegetables that grow below than above the ground; eat raw vegetables often with added gelatine (broth of fish heads or bones). Sprout or soak lentils and beans before cooking; eat tomatoes, fresh fruits, extra virgin olive oil, and cayenne (e.g. in capsules).

Test for allergies. Try to obtain organically grown food and eat small meals. Sago, tapioca, taro, and arrowroot are fine, but minimize your intake of rice, millet, and maize and also hydrogenated and heated animal fats; cow’s milk products; gluten and flour products; smoked, cured, and processed meat; peanuts; sweet foods; tinned or frozen fruits and vegetables; food chemicals, especially colourings and aspartame. Use a low-fat diet but with plenty of coconut oil.

SUPPLEMENTS: High doses of all vitamins and minerals, especially C, E and K, B complex, P5P, B12 as injections, sublingual or intranasal, best as methylcobalamin. Aim for about 5,000 IU of vitamin D3 from sunlight and capsules. Take boron/borax, magnesium (transdermal as chloride and oral as orotate), zinc, copper salicylate, manganese, chromium, iodine, and selenium. Take hydrochloric acid and bromelain with protein meals Calcium EAP or AEP is important, see Calcium EAP for Healthy Cells. Also helpful are taurine, lecithin, freeze-dried liver, spirulina, chlorella and pollen (both cell-broken), wheat or barley grass powder, and evening primrose or borage oil, fish oils, krill oil, astaxanthin and grape seed extract. The amino acid glycine (10 g four times daily) is useful, but not needed if you use gelatine or gelatinous broth of fish heads. Use high doses of Nattokinase and Serrapeptase to clear capillaries.

HERBS with anti-inflammatory properties are turmeric, goldenseal, slippery elm powder, and ginger, also devil’s claw, ginseng, gotu kola, pau d’arco, and sage.

ADDITIONAL THERAPIES: Focus on intestinal sanitation and antimicrobial therapy. Also useful are spinal massage, tapping, and adjustment; deep muscle massage; frequent castor-oil packs on abdomen and lower back. Improve the liver, gallbladder, kidneys, and endocrine glands; press the foot reflex for the pineal gland. Keep the urine alkaline.

Have frequent rest and relaxation; avoid stress, frequent mild sunshine on the skin. Remove any dead teeth; replace mercury amalgam fillings; guard against lead contamination as from canned food or water pipes. Practise tensing and relaxing muscles coordinated with deep breathing; do mind-body exercises; lemon colour therapy, visualization, and autosuggestion; release resentments; meditate on the feeling of love and being forceful.

Muscular Dystrophy

DIET: Raw proteins and fats, especially plenty of raw (organic) minced meat, also marinated fish, fresh vegetable juices.

SUPPLEMENTS: High levels of all vitamins and minerals; in particular take oil-soluble vitamins and nutrients (e.g. coenzyme Q10) mixed with coconut oil for better absorption. Take lecithin, hydrochloric acid and digestive enzymes with meals. 200-400 mcg of organic selenium, high-quality nutritional concentrates such as spirulina and bee-pollen.

ADDITIONAL THERAPIES: Intestinal sanitation and antimicrobial therapy; treat for pyroluria; try acupuncture or meridian therapy, reflexology, magnet therapy.

Myasthenia Gravis

DIET: Try a low-allergy diet, and include some beef as stew, broth, or juice, or liver. Follow a diet low in sweet foods, fats, and polyunsaturated oils; use plenty of coconut oil, extra-virgin olive oil, and mainly below-ground vegetables, especially red beets, also salads with gelatine (broth of fish heads). Raw egg yolk (cook the white), sprouted seeds, and grass juice are beneficial. Test for foods allergies.

SUPPLEMENTS: Recommended are high doses of all vitamins and minerals, including P5P and vitamin B12 injections or sublingual. Most important is manganese; initially take 20 mg of chelated manganese with each meal, then reduce after improvement. Also take zinc, selenium, calcium ascorbate, and calcium orotate (800 mg); magnesium supplements may be weakening. Also helpful are thymus extract, lecithin, digestive enzymes (bromelain, papain) or green papaya, glycine or gelatine, and acidophilus ferments.

HERBS: For muscle strengthening try Agrimony, juniper berries, rosemary, devil’s claw and tonifying herbs such as ginseng.

ADDITIONAL THERAPIES: Concentrate on the thymus gland, try cabbage leaf and castor-oil packs; tap the top of the breastbone with your fingers (see thymus under Infections and Inflammations). Tape a tablet of chelated manganese in the hollow at the top of the breastbone. Do spinal tapping, especially at the base of the neck (C7 and D1). Remove dead teeth and replace mercury amalgam fillings.

Place castor-oil packs over the liver and abdomen and, with eye weakness, over the eyes (from ear to ear). Try massage; muscle tensing with deep breathing, mind-body exercises, autosuggestion and visualization methods; meditate on being calm but forceful. Have frequent rest periods, avoid stress, keep cool, take no hot baths or hot showers, and eat no hot foods. Practice yellow colour therapy systemically.

Focus on intestinal sanitation, pyroluria, strong antimicrobial therapy as well as fasting and cleansing. If not on Corticosteroids then a 3-week raw-food cleanse may be curative, if on steroids remain on strong antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory therapy in addition to strongly alkalising while reducing the drugs. Try reducing steroids by 10% of the original dose every 2 weeks. If problems flare up again, temporarily increase the steroid dose and decrease antimicrobial therapy.

Obesity & Overweight

The main cause of excessive weight is intestinal dysbiosis. Acetaldehyde from Candida overgrowth blocks the oxidative energy-production in liver, brain and muscles. With this fatty acids cannot be converted to energy and accumulate in fat cells. This leads to a craving for easily digestible carbohydrates as an energy source, just what Candida needs to thrive. Focus on intestinal sanitation and antimicrobial therapy; use plenty of coconut oil and probiotic ferments. In addition experiment with the following measures:

       Have an appetite-reducing protein drink, cold or warm, 30 minutes before meals, with any combination of the following: spirulina, chlorella, green barley or wheat grass powder, ground linseed, whey protein isolate, coconut or olive oil. You may drink this repeatedly to keep hunger away. Instead of water you may use acidophilus fermented liquid for blending.

       Thirty minutes before meals stir one teaspoon of psyllium hulls with 1 teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate in a glass of water, drink immediately. Drink more water afterwards. Psyllium swells up to 40 times its dry bulk to fill the stomach with soft gel.

       Eat only lentils, green vegetables, salads and sprouted seeds.

       Adopt a mono-diet: One day protein foods only, the next day fruits, and the third day sprouted seeds and vegetable salads. Repeat this as often as required.

       Temporarily adopt a raw food diet.

       For two weeks eat only protein/fat foods and green vegetables, ground linseed and green protein powders in green juice with added coconut oil.

       Repeat periods of consuming vegetable and grass juices and vegetable salads.

       Avoid all sweet food, cereal or grain products, especially if your blood group is O.

       Preferably skip the evening meal or have only a small salad or an apple.

       Use mind therapy such as guided imagery and affirmation; look at your belief systems, release negative emotions, and express your emotional needs. Use the Emotional Freedom Technique to overcome food cravings.

       Eat very slowly and peacefully; chew every mouthful for about two minutes, until the food is liquefied; savour the food           flavours as they develop during chewing.

       Get light daily exercise, such as a brisk 15-minute walk or jogging, or use a rebounder or     other aerobic exercise. The metabolic rate is speeded up for a long time after exercise.

Osteoporosis

Use intestinal sanitation, allergy testing and a diet low in sucrose and a high calcium-to-phosphorus ratio. Take a hydrochloric acid supplement with protein meals, especially if your fingernails are soft or if you have other indications of gastric acid deficiency. Take a teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate before breakfast. Frequently add broth of bones or fish heads to your meals; regularly drink fresh green juices. Important are the vitamins C, D3 (5000 IU), K2 and P5P, and the minerals manganese, zinc, calcium, magnesium, and boron. Take 10 mg or more of boron per day. Frequently expose your skin to mild sunlight without using sunscreen. Use magnesium chloride orally and as skin rubs. Do isometric exercises, e.g. push against a wall, lift weights, use a rebounder, and do lots of walking. However, the main underlying factor is the level of sex hormones, and especially oestrogen – males convert testosterone into oestrogen. Our level of sex hormones is mainly a function of our vitality; therefore we need to increase our vitality with a deliberately healthy lifestyle. In addition, formation of hormones is inhibited in pyroluria.

Pain

Pain is a warning signal indicating that something is wrong. Therefore it is most important to search for and correct the basic cause. The following measures are secondary to this. (See Arthritis or Infections and Inflammations if the pain is due to these conditions). Generally the most effective pain remedies are sodium bicarbonate for strongly alkalising the body, Cannabidiol or CBD which is now legal in the US, and transdermal rubs of magnesium chloride solution and DMSO over painful areas.

DIET: Use a low-allergy or hypoglycaemia diet with light meals, plenty of raw vegetables and their juices, and omega-3 fatty acids, and have cleansing periods. Avoid sweet foods, gluten and dairy products (lactose); avoid or neutralize acids; do allergy testing. Pain tends to lessen or disappear while fasting or on a raw food diet; introduction of some cooked foods may increase pain again

SUPPLEMENTS: Generally, a high calcium-magnesium level and increased blood alkalinity raise the pain threshold while acids, phosphorus, and potassium lower it. Therefore, alkalize the body. You can add some additional baking soda to acids neutralized with dolomite to bring the pH of the solution to 7. Vitamins A, B1, B6/P5P, C, and E can be helpful, also boron/borax, manganese, MSM, and zinc, vitamin B12 injections work for nerve pain. D,L-phenylalanine slows the breakdown of natural pain-relieving opiates in the brain and improves other pain-relieving measures. It is slow to act and used for long-term pain control. Topically apply 50 to 70% DMSO and magnesium chloride solution (= magnesium oil). 4 x 100 mg of vitamin B2 helps with migraines.

ADDITIONAL THERAPIES: With cancer, migraines, and other diseases, pain and discomfort are often the result of liver congestion. This can be relieved with a coffee enema and other measures to cleanse the liver. Improve the lymph circulation in a painful area and keep the urine alkaline.

Topically place the south-pointing pole of a magnet on the pain site and/or apply blue lighting on the painful area, along with cold or ice packs. Also make a pack of honey, cabbage leaves, or magnesium salt; add a handful of sodium bicarbonate to the bath water to alkalize the body. Practice rhythmic breathing, meditation and relaxation exercises, visualizing blue energy extinguishing the “red fireball” of pain. Concentrate on feeling the pain, its strength, extent, rhythm, and other characteristics. If you pay enough attention to your pain for a long period, it may simply disappear. Also ask the pain what message it has for you. Try to sense its message.

Try this form of energy healing: Firmly but without pressure touch the flesh in the indicated places with the tips of the thumb and the first two fingers of the right hand. Hold for about three minutes or until the patient (or you) feels tingling in the fingertips. Concentrate your mind on the painful body area with the intention of relieving the condition. Here are a few variations:

      For pain in head or neck, hold fingertips just behind and beneath the left ear on a line with the mouth.

      For pains in chest, arms, or upper back, hold fingertips to the base of the neck on the left side of the spine.

      For pain in abdomen, back, sides or hips, put fingertips to the left side of the spine between shoulder blades.

      For pain in legs or feet, hold the left side near the centre of the spine.

Parasites

Parasite infestations combine with fungi, such as Candida, to greatly undermine your long-term health. Examples of common parasites are intestinal worms and protozoa (malaria and Giardia). Most of these parasites can be eliminated with gum turpentine, borax, or wormwood (Artemesia absinthium), which is best combined with other herbs; wormwood is also effective against Candida. Preferably take the mentioned parasite remedies in addition to or during a Basic Cleanse, and especially a five-day psyllium cleanse.

In animal husbandry, high copper levels are successful in eliminating parasites and keeping animals free of parasites. While animals seem to be able to handle copper sulphate, this is not suitable for humans, and I recommend using either copper salicylate or colloidal copper. During any parasite or Candida cure, maintain a high intake of liquids to flush out toxic residues.

Parkinson’s Disease

Most important are intestinal sanitation, controlling pyroluria, strong Candida and antimicrobial therapy, high-dose ascorbate/MSM, magnesium and borax/boron, outdoors activity, green raw foods (e.g. using a high-speed blender), and minimising stress.

DIET: Useful are seafood, raw egg yolk, plenty of lactic-acid-fermented food, purple food, sprouted seeds, raw vegetables (blended or finely grated, often with gelatine) such as green beans, carrots, beet root and beet tops, cabbage, green peas (fresh, not canned or frozen), and leaf vegetables. If vegetables are cooked, use the cooking water. Preferably take fresh vegetable and grass juices before meals; have frequent interior cleanses on such juice, possibly also on fruits. Use food appropriate for your metabolic type.

Sprouted broad beans are very high in levodopa, the precursor of the neurotransmitter dopamine, lacking in people with Parkinson’s. Try five to 15 sprouted beans with breakfast, and use raw or blended in juice; if cooked, also ingest the cooking water. Take vitamin B6/P5P only several hours later. Black currants also contain levodopa. Do allergy testing and intestinal cleansing; use organically grown foods if possible; avoid food additives, including preservatives, flavouring (excitotoxins), colouring, GM food and aspartame. Avoid exposure to aluminium and heavy metals, especially lead, mercury, and iron.

SUPPLEMENTS: Take high doses of all vitamins, especially antioxidants, B12, natural E, and the minerals boron, magnesium, selenium, zinc, and chromium; also try copper salicylate. Take sufficient additional magnesium as chloride and orotate (keep under the tongue) to stop any shaking and help relax muscles, also bromelain and hydrochloric acid supplement with meals. Try grape seed extract, lecithin, fish oil and ground linseed, evening primrose oil, iodine, MSM, royal jelly, and glutamine. Try tyrosine before breakfast and tryptophan before the evening meal. Try the following herbs: gotu kola, liquorice (but not with high blood pressure), pau d’arco, sage, and skullcap. Levodopa is commonly used combined with carbidopa or selegeline, and then vitamin B6/P5P can be taken several hours before or an hour after taking the drugs, if using levodopa without carbidopa or selegeline then do not take vitamin B6.

ADDITIONAL THERAPIES: Cleanse and strengthen all organs and glands with all available methods. Spinal tapping, spinal corrections, rejuvenation exercises; tensing, relaxation breathing, and body-mind exercises are all helpful. Try regression to discover and release hidden fear. Imagine reacting appropriately in situations of panic; use emotional-release and mind-control methods. Improve and balance energy flows in acupuncture meridians, especially those of the stomach, gallbladder, bladder and the governing meridian, by tracing meridians or having an acupuncture treatment. Do intentional exaggerated shaking exercises with vigorous breathing. Often have a bath or foot bath with magnesium chloride and sodium bicarbonate, also transdermal magnesium chloride/magnesium oil. Remove dead teeth and replace mercury amalgam fillings.

Before breakfast have strong coffee and tyrosine; with breakfast try some of the following: bee pollen, spirulina or chlorella, ground linseed, sprouted broad beans, ginkgo biloba, ginseng, mixed into herb tea or fermented liquid. Reintroduce levodopa drugs as late as possible in the day. If levodopa has become ineffective, have a “drug holiday” - stop using it for one or more weeks. Learn to meditate and energize the brain. When not on levodopa, use willpower combined with guided imagery to move muscles. Live stress-free in natural surroundings. Also see Parkinson's Disease.

Prostate Problems

DIET: Advisable here is a mainly raw food diet based on sprouted legumes, vegetable salads, fresh fruit, and plenty of fresh vegetable and grass juice. Also good are raw egg yolk, tomatoes, seeds of sunflower and pumpkin (best as seed cheese), foods high in bioflavonoids and carotenoids, and purple foods. Have allergy testing and practice intestinal sanitation. Avoid gluten and milk proteins except for whey protein isolate.

SUPPLEMENTS: High intake of vitamin K2 was linked to a 63% lower risk of advanced prostate cancer. Take vitamins A and D3 (5000 IU), E, C (ascorbate/MSM), and B6/P5P; magnesium orally and as transdermal magnesium chloride, boron/borax, iodine, selenium, zinc (30 to 50 mg in divided doses), bioflavonoids, quercetin, kelp, protein-digesting enzymes, spirulina, and bee pollen. Try beta-sitosterol, the active ingredient in Epilobium parviflorum (small-leafed willow) and saw palmetto; Pygeum africanum, and stinging-nettle. Lemongrass has helped some individuals.

ADDITIONAL THERAPIES: Useful are yoga exercises; frequent long walks, and mild sun exposure; sitting on the south-pointing pole of a strong magnet. Try also: reflexology of prostate points on hands and feet, tapping of lower spine, and castor-oil and magnesium salt packs on the lower abdomen and lower spine. Improve your testosterone level, have satisfying sexual activity or be satisfied with having no activity. Intestinal sanitation and antimicrobial therapy; high doses of Nattokinase and Serrapeptase to clear the blood vessels, alkalise. High levels of testosterone have cured prostate cancer. Improve circulation, see Hypercoagulation.

Pyroluria

Pyroluria is now an increasingly common metabolic defect in the synthesis of haem or heme in which pyrrole, a key component of haemoglobin and muscle haem, is overproduced in the liver. The surplus binds to activated vitamin B6 and zinc and is excreted in the urine. This causes severe deficiencies in B6 and zinc and to a lesser degree in other nutrients, such as taurine, niacinamide, gamma linolenic acid (GLA), and biotin. Also the liver often cannot convert normal vitamin B6 or pyridoxine into the activated form Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate (P5P). This is a main requirement for the protein metabolism and leads to deficiencies in enzymes, hormones and neurotransmitters.

Depending on conditions and in combination with invasive hyphal Candida, this is a main underlying cause of most of our chronic diseases. The brain is especially affected and pyroluria frequently leads to mental diseases as well as emotional problems, including dementia, depression and anxiety disorders. Also connective tissue is weak, and pyrrole-related residues cause defective and congested blood vessels, especially affecting capillaries in skin, brain, and other organs.

The primary problem in pyroluria appears to be a blockage of the oxidative energy metabolism in the liver, causing lack of energy. This inhibits the synthesis of haem which is needed for all enzymatic oxidation reactions in the body, including the energy-producing citric acid cycle. This deficiency of liver energy is mainly due to fungal metabolic products such as acetaldehyde which block the energy-producing mitochondria. Inherited Pyroluria is more severe, when it is due to intestinal dysbiosis it develops more slowly and may fluctuate between active periods and inactive periods when it cannot be detected. 

For all chronic diseases use the following pyroluria therapy as a basic treatment in addition to any specific remedies.

The medium-chain fatty acids in coconut oil can be absorbed even if gallbladder and pancreas do not work. They can also be used by the liver to produce energy even if all other fats and oils cannot be used. With serious and acute conditions gradually increase intake up to 5 x 1 tablespoons (about 70 ml) daily mixed with food. As a maintenance dose try about half this amount spread out during the day. This is especially helpful with brain and mental diseases and to improve weak muscle functions (e.g. the heart muscle).                        

Take about 50 mg of P5P, 30 mg of zinc and a B vitamin complex with breakfast to enable the synthesis of essential proteins. Further, use about 1/2 teaspoon or 1 gram each of taurine (a sulphur amino acid) and N-acetyl-carnitine with food to assist the fat metabolism. Bile is mainly formed from taurine and cholesterol products, while carnitine channels fatty acids in and out of mitochondria. For further information see Pyroluria.

Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia, just like other mental and emotional disorders, is mainly due to energy deficiency in the brain from acetaldehyde internally produced by fungi and possibly also from direct infestation of the brain. Therefore focus on intestinal sanitation, antimicrobial therapy and pyroluria.

Many people classified as having a mental disease are actually emotionally unstable and open to psychic influences (extrasensory perception) and, most of all, need guidance and grounding. Sometimes schizophrenic symptoms disappear during water fasts. For all types of schizophrenia, follow a fast with allergy testing, a low-allergy diet, and intestinal sanitation. If allergy testing is not possible, adopt a low-allergy diet that excludes gluten and cow’s milk protein.

From a biochemical point of view, we can distinguish between three different types of schizophrenics: The low-histamine type is a slow oxidizer, also called histapenic; the high-histamine type is a fast oxidizer, also called histadelic; and there are balanced oxidizers with normal histamine levels. In addition, each of these may at times display symptoms of overactivity or underactivity. If in doubt about the histamine status take (or give) 50 mg of niacin with water on an empty stomach. If a strong facial flush develops, histamine levels are high; if there is no or only a weak flush, levels are probably normal or low. Then try 250 mg of niacin in the same way; if there is still no or only a weak flush, histamine levels are low.

The Low-Histamine Type: The low-histamine type is the “typical” schizophrenic, insensitive to pain and outside influences; infections and skin reactions are rare; calcium levels are high; pH tends towards the alkaline side. Sometimes a cerebral allergy is present, causing a rapid pulse (90-100); thought processes are often overactive.

DIET: Adopt mainly a vegetarian raw food diet reasonably high in protein. Frequently use seed cheese and protein drink or acidophilus-fermented liquid as described in Step 37; use seafood, fish oils, linseed oil, ground linseed, and acid fruit, but avoid gluten and milk products. Take a long, supervised fast on fresh grass and vegetable juices.

SUPPLEMENTS: High-potency B-complex and P5P, high dose folic acid with each meal, inositol, and vitamin B12 (as injections or absorbed under the tongue). Also take up to several grams of niacin and niacinamide daily; up to 10 g daily of ascorbate and MSM; additional magnesium chloride, manganese, taurine and zinc; evening primrose oil, lecithin, glutamine, histidine, and tryptophan; hydrochloric acid and bromelain with main meals; try Bach Flower Remedies per your emotional conditions.

ADDITIONAL THERAPIES: Use blue lighting during overactive periods; at other times try orange or red. Use plenty of acid fruit, such as citrus fruit and vinegar.

The High-Histamine Type: The high-histamine type may be hypoglycaemic and is very susceptible to allergic reactions. The main symptoms include suicidal depression, obsessive rumination, blank-mindedness, periods of over-arousal and thought disorders, frequent headaches and dizziness; blood pressure tends to be low and the pH too acid; skin is sensitive and may show dilated blood vessels (rosy cheeks).

Recommended is a strict hypoglycaemia diet that minimizes sweet food and flour products. Have high doses of all vitamins and minerals, including P5P and ascorbate/MSM. Copper may be beneficial, but best taken as salicylate. Also helpful are vitamin-B12 injections or absorbed under the tongue, nicotinamide (up to 10 g daily, no niacin), glutamine, folic acid, and lecithin. Alkalize the body. For chronic depression, use tryptophan or tyrosine; if one supplement does not help, try the other.

Stress-Induced Schizophrenia: People with stress-induced schizophrenia tend to have a better insight into their condition and a better response to treatment. In addition to the classic symptoms of schizophrenia, in this form there are strong signs of pyroluria with zinc and vitamin-B6 deficiency. Take all vitamins and minerals in reasonably high amounts, experiment and observe; keep the urine alkaline.

GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ALL TYPES: Live with a caring group in a peaceful, natural environment; try regression therapy and emotional release therapy. Avoid heavy-metal contamination; sanitize your teeth; apply violet colour therapy systemically; treat for parasites and Candida. For more details see Mental Illness at: http://www.health-science-spirit.com/mentaldisease.html

Scleroderma 

Intestinal Sanitation, Antimicrobial Therapy and Basic Cleanse. Make topical applications on affected skin areas as rubs or packs using DMSO with magnesium chloride and possibly copper salicylate, also ascorbate with MSM orally and topically. In 2 cases I had success within 3 weeks by keeping the affected part in contact with tea tree oil until the skin became red, inflamed, and painful. Then tea tree oil was stopped and the skin treated with vitamin E oil, blue light and green leave packs, e.g. cabbage leaf or pureed leaves. Internal remedies include all essential nutrients. Also advised is the

Sjogren's syndrome

Oil Rinse or Oil Pulling with coconut oil is very helpful.

Skin Problems

The main causes of skin problems are fungi and parasites, accumulation of wastes and toxins, cleansing reactions, allergies, and nutrient deficiencies. Focus on the Basic Cleanse, allergy testing, and intestinal sanitation.

DIET: Use a low-allergy hypoglycaemia diet, with freshly ground linseed, fish oils, coconut and olive oil, almonds, sunflower kernels, raw egg yolk (sulphur), raw cabbage, horseradish, sprouted seeds, grass and vegetable juice, raw onions, and broth of fish heads. Avoid saturated fats, margarine, peanut butter, all hydrogenated and fried foods, dairy products, gluten, and sweet foods.

SUPPLEMENTS: Take vitamins A, C, D3 (5000IU) and E, B complex, try P5P, bioflavonoids, biotin, glucosamine, hydrochloric acid (if fingernails are soft), and lecithin with meals. Tyrosine and kelp or iodine help as skin activators: They are cleansing, but may cause temporary aggravation of symptoms, especially with acne. Take increased dosages of magnesium, evening primrose oil (especially in the case of psoriasis), zinc, manganese, sulphur (as taurine and MSM), selenium, silicon as in horsetail, digestive enzymes, and gelatine (broth of fish heads), especially for psoriasis.

HERBS for internal and external use: aloe vera, burdock (for psoriasis), calendula, chaparral, echinacea, goldenseal, horsetail, sarsaparilla, sassafras, St. John’s Wort, and vervain.

ADDITIONAL THERAPIES: Have frequent cleansing periods; regulate bowel movements; use colonics. Drink plenty of water and green vegetable juices; use alternating hot and cold showers; do skin brushing to activate the skin, but not on the affected areas. Induce sweating after hot bath with magnesium salts and sodium bicarbonate, antimicrobial therapy. Rub the skin with a solution of ascorbate and MSM; also diluted DMSO, aloe vera juice and glycerine are good for most skin conditions.

Stimulate the kidneys, lungs, circulation, small intestine, liver, gallbladder, and endocrine glands, especially the thyroid; try lymph-drainage massage. Use only a minimum (infrequently) of an old-fashioned brand of soap based on olive or almond oil preferably neutralized (most soaps are too alkaline). Avoid detergents and cosmetics. Apply yellow light and measured amounts of sunshine on affected skin parts; this is especially helpful for acne. Have frequent skin massage and rubs with extra virgin olive oil, almond oil, apricot oil, preferably with added fat-soluble nutrients. My favourite to hydrate and rejuvenate the skin is a mix of lanolin, coconut oil with a small amount of glycerine and possibly oil-soluble vitamins and antioxidants.

Rashes are usually caused by allergies, but can also be cleansing reactions. Accept your skin problems as a beneficial cleansing, removing harmful energies and impurities from inside. Send love to your skin blemishes and they are more likely to go away. Rejuvenate your skin by frequently bathing it in imaginary rose-coloured light; visualise a perfect skin.

COLOUR THERAPY for skin problems: Initial treatment is with green; subsequent treatments for dry or scaly skin problems with lemon; for obstinate cases, use also yellow or orange. When scales drop and inner skin surface appears, treat with turquoise, as for moist or weeping skin disorders. For red, angry skin problems, use blue or indigo; for abscesses, boils, carbuncles, and furuncles, use systemic lemon and locally orange. When suppuration and throbbing begin, use yellow until the problem bursts open; then green until pus drains and a red cavity is left; finally, use turquoise and indigo. For acne and especially psoriasis, cover the area with blue cellophane (double layer) and expose to sun or UV light.

Acne: Apply a mixture of about 10% tea tree oil in aloe very gel or juice, or a mixture of equal parts of camphorated oil, witch hazel, and vitamin E oil can be rubbed into pustular areas. Minimise sugar, saturated fats and fatty food.

Boils: To draw, cover with a mixture of honey and cod-liver oil; once they are broken, treat as for ulcers. Internal cleansing is the main therapy for this problem.

Dry skin: Especially if you have difficulty gaining weight, check for fat malabsorption, which may be due to gluten allergy or pyroluria; stools may be pale or clay-coloured. For dry skin rub it frequently with lanolin-coconut oil-glycerine, add some oil-soluble nutrients. Take linseed oil, krill or fish oils internally.

Fungal infections of the skin and scalp: Topically use a concentrated magnesium chloride or copper salicylate solution, preferably with DMSO; antimicrobial remedies, such as a saturated warm solution of borax, tea tree oil, or other fungicidal herbs and oils. More effective is a long-lasting pack of any of these fungicides; if one does not work, try another. With any fungal skin problem also use internal Candida therapy.

Itchy skin: Apply a solution of baking soda. Also herbal extracts have been used, such as borage, juniper berries, chickweed, marjoram, pennyroyal, plantain, poke root or witch hazel, or bathing the skin with oatmeal (cooked or soaked). Use blue colour therapy; treat the liver and gallbladder if skin is jaundiced. Take a hot bath with magnesium salt and bicarbonate; rub skin with tea tree oil or witch hazel; alkalize the body; avoid sweets; test for allergies.

Psoriasis: Closely related to pyroluria and leading to irritating pyrrole-related residues or fungal/pleomorphic microbes in the skin. Also Candida problems are commonly present. Activating the immune system as with vitamin C can aggravate the condition for months but lead to long-term improvement. Increase P5P, zinc, magnesium, ascorbate and MSM only slowly and cautiously. Focus on improving liver functions and fat metabolism, on intestinal sanitation and antimicrobial therapy, cleansing periods on mainly fresh green juice and leaf vegetables. Adopt a High Quality Diet with coconut oil, linseed, krill/fish oil, allergy testing (avoid gluten and cows' milk protein), alkalise, avoid moulds and nightshade foods. Caution: Effective remedies often cause initial aggravation.

Glycerine helps skin cells to mature, thereby reducing skin inflammation from overproduction of immature cells. Often it is applied full strength to inflamed skin areas, but this may also cause an initial aggravation. Others use instead glycerine mixed 1:1 with alcohol-free witch hazel, or with aloe vera juice, or with water and sprayed on sensitive areas. Mix and apply lanolin-coconut oil-glycerine, add some oil-soluble nutrients. Also rubbing the skin with fresh raw fats containing lipase is good, use raw butter or avocado.

Scar tissue: To remove, frequently rub with camphorated oil, Lugol's solution, DMSO or MSM solution, and vitamin E. In addition, scars can be treated with neural therapy. An anaesthetic (Xylocain) is injected into scar tissues that are thought to induce electrical interference fields in other areas of the body. Sometimes a health problem of long standing disappears instantly after an injection. Alternatively, you can prick the scar with a fine needle to release the tissue tension in the area. Prick long scars in several places and leave a needle inserted for ten to 20 minutes about 2 mm deep at each end of the scar. Before and after any needling, apply a suitable antiseptic to the skin, such as tea tree oil.

Skin cancer: The main cause of skin cancers is Candida, often combined with antioxidant deficiency. Therefore, penetrating fungicides can be effective, such as Lugol’s solution, gum turpentine, and patches of turmeric paste or sodium bicarbonate. You may also apply the milky juice from the stem of radiation weed, radium-weed, or milkweed (spurge, euphorbia, petty spurge). Repeat as required; a strong skin reaction may result, followed by healing. Try this also for warts, moles, blemishes, and so on. For serious conditions, including melanoma and tumours close to the skin, escharotic creams based on zinc chloride and the herb bloodroot are available. Also try remedies mentioned for warts and moles.

Skin rejuvenation: Rub the skin with some of the following ingredients: aloe vera, fresh green juice, acidophilus ferment, or energized water. You may add sodium ascorbate, magnesium chloride, MSM or whatever else you like. Lanolin easily penetrates the skin to keep it moist and soft. Mix it with coconut oil, a small amount of glycerine and add some oil-soluble nutrients. At other times, you can make a facial mask with fresh residue from juicing vegetables or grass or try a carbon dioxide face mask, see Hypercoagulation or Google. Also helpful are alternating hot and cold showers or skin brushing.

Ulcers and skin infections: Wash the area with warm diluted magnesium chloride or an Epsom salt solution and apply suitable antimicrobial remedies. In addition try fresh cabbage-leaf or fresh green-vegetable pulp or juice. Aloe vera gel is excellent for sealing a wound, alternatively cover with unheated honey, add a few drops of hydrogen peroxide, and renew twice daily. When there is dead, proud flesh (granulation) and gangrene, apply protein-digesting enzymes (bromelain, papain), e.g. the inside skin of green papaya fruit, also white sap or juice of raw papaw leaves.

Warts and moles: To remove, gently rub on cod-liver oil or castor oil mornings and evenings. For stronger action, apply baking soda moistened with castor oil to the consistency of putty; leave overnight; repeat until it becomes sore. Then apply vitamin E oil, green juice, or honey for several days before continuing with castor oil. Be careful and gentle with moles. If a mole appears to turn malignant, cover with raw, crushed garlic, changing two or three times per day. When it becomes sore after several days, cover with honey instead for five days; alternate between garlic and honey periods as long as required. Alternatively keep applying 50-70% DMSO or Lugol's solution or concentrated solution of ascorbate and MSM.

Basically, moles indicate that the systems of elimination are not functioning well. A protruding mole may also be removed by tying a hair tightly around it, then every two or three days adding another hair tying it a fraction tighter. Active moles can also be removed with an escharotics cream but this will cause a strong and painful inflammation for several days.

Wet eczema: This is best kept dry, either exposed to air and sunshine or covered with slippery elm powder. For healing, after infections have cleared, apply vitamin E, fresh green juice or fresh leaves, especially cabbage.

Thyroid Problems

 For an indication of your thyroid function, take your temperature before getting up in the morning. Measure it under the tongue for three consecutive mornings. For women before menopause, measure in the first half of the cycle before ovulation in the first week after the start of a new period. The temperature should be 36.5º C or higher; otherwise, the thyroid is likely to be underactive. However, be sure that you do not have a raised temperature due to an infection.

If the thyroid is underactive, try the following measures: Take a supplement of the amino acid tyrosine, 500 mg three times daily before meals. Best take it together with a kelp or seaweed tablet as a source of iodine. Also helpful are freeze-dried thyroid and vitamin B complex. Selenium is needed to activate the thyroid hormone. The most helpful remedy for normalizing thyroid functions is Maca, a Peruvian tuberous root, similar to Wild Yam but more effective. For sources, check the Internet.

Other useful measures are pressing the thyroid foot reflexes, using a magnetic pulser on the thyroid gland, and sanitizing the teeth. The main causes of thyroid problems, except for iodine deficiency, are Candida and pyroluria, dead teeth (e.g. root-canalled teeth), jawbone infections, and mercury from amalgam fillings; these can also cause overactive or toxic thyroid conditions and need to be corrected. For autoimmune disease of the thyroid, see also Autoimmune Diseases. For more details see Iodine.

Vaccination Damage

Despite the refusal of the conventional health establishment to investigate the long-term effects of childhood vaccinations, independent research reports have increasingly been made public. These link vaccination rates to the epidemic of childhood asthma, as well as to crib death, shaken baby syndrome, hyperactivity, attention deficit disorder, autism, and juvenile diabetes. Since the 1990’s, there has been a tenfold or 1000 percent increase in autism, an increase which has been linked by some researchers to the organic mercury preservative commonly found in baby-vaccines.

A greatly increased incidence of juvenile diabetes has been correlated to specific vaccination sequences and to the number of vaccines given. In some Australian Aboriginal communities, every second child died shortly after vaccination until high doses of vitamin C were given before vaccination. Vitamin C deficiency following vaccination can cause bleeding in the brain or "shaken baby syndrome". Also, the original explosive spread of AIDS across Africa correlates with a smallpox vaccination campaign there. Basically, most components of most vaccines are highly toxic, and these are introduced by an unbiological route directly into the bloodstream of babies, whose immune systems are immature.

While the dangers of vaccinations are greatly understated by most health authorities, the advertised benefits are greatly exaggerated. For instance, incidence of the four leading childhood killer diseases - diphtheria, pertussis, scarlet fever, and measles - had already declined 90 to 97 percent before the introduction of vaccines, due to improved sanitation and hygiene.

If you cannot avoid vaccinations for your child, then give high doses of protective nutrients for several days before and several weeks after the event, in particular vitamin C and MSM, to aid in rapid detoxification. The most common cause of vaccine-related death or injury is severe vitamin C deficiency (scurvy) causing brain haemorrhage, just like “Shaken Baby Syndrome”. Vaccinations, like infections, use up large amounts of vitamin C.  

Wounds and Burns

DIET: Have a diet high in easily digestible proteins (such as a protein drink), fresh green-vegetable juices, chicken broth, foods high in arginine (such as almonds and sunflower seeds, best as seed cheese), and lentils.

SUPPLEMENTS: Beneficial are high doses of vitamins C, A, B1, D3 and E, bioflavonoids, manganese, MSM, zinc, glucosamine, protein-digesting enzymes, and comfrey root. Try homeopathic Arnica and/or Bach Rescue Remedy, internally and topically; also burdock, chamomile, comfrey, echinacea, and yarrow, as teas and topically.

ADDITIONAL THERAPIES: Cool burns with ice or soak immediately for 30 minutes in cold water. If disinfection is required try Lugol’s solution or hydrogen peroxide. Spray wounds and burns with a one-percent ascorbic acid solution; alternatively, apply weak tannic acid. Also useful is spraying on a solution of ascorbate and MSM, and frequently applying 50-70% DMSO. For protection apply vitamin E oil and cover with aloe vera gel, honey of a heavy consistency, or lanolin, also a paste of zinc oxide may be added. The principle is to seal the wound or burn airtight with an antiseptic preparation until it is healed. Therefore, reapply the gel or ointment to maintain an airtight seal. If the wound needs washing or cleaning, a magnesium chloride solution is best. Later, apply more DMSO, lanolin and vitamin E oil to prevent scarring. As an alternative, wounds can be covered with crushed fresh green leaves (cabbage, juicy grass pulp). Place the south-pointing pole of a magnet on fresh wounds; later, opposite poles on both sides; and finally, north-pointing pole. Use green colour therapy topically; turquoise if there are signs of infection or inflammation; later lemon or yellow.

PRESSURE THERAPY: Immediately after the injury, exert strong pressure with the thumb on any cut for at least seven minutes. Partially severed parts can be pressed and held together with hand pressure or firm bandages; this usually stops bleeding and accelerates healing.

 

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