I usually buy Barefoots parasite herbs, but would like to make my own. Does anyone know if black walnut has to be in the form of tincture to work?
I also considered Dr Clarks cleanse. I just want to try something different. Variety is good, and Ive not seen a single parasite taking the dewormer this past year.
Barefoot picks the green male walnut buds at just the right time every year. I think the procedure is to put them in apple cider vinegar first. Then he puts them in his tincture. The buds are found at the very top of the black walnut trees, and it seems Barefoot may use a bucket loader or something like that to reach them. How are you with heights?
If you havent seen any parasites over the past year, you are probably clean. Got the junk all flushed out of your liver?
Maintenance dewormer and liver flushes should keep you well.
Yes thank you. But Im still constipated :(. Tried everything. Even LBB does not good. Weird thing is, I had to resort to the dreaded antibiotics for a cat bite 2 weeks ago, and during those 10 days I had no constipation! perfect BMs!! Finished the antibiotics, and constipated again, despite taking probiotics. Any suggestions?
Your colon isn't working right yet. Mine is taking quite a while to start to work right. 20 years of diarrhea, antibiotics in my lifetime, drugs that nearly finished me off with not only the colon but my liver and the rest of my body. I did the LBB hit or miss--about 3/4 of a bottle for nearly a year. That wasn't enough to make my colon work right. I did 3 1/2 rounds of the Schulze #1 and #2 cleanser. That got the junk off the colon walls for me. It took the junk about 2 weeks to finally come off the colon walls with that. When it did come off, it about knocked me out cold for 3 days. Getting the colon to work right is not a fun thing to do. Gotta keep at it. Gotta stop when it's time to stop, too.
I use aloe vera juice sometimes. That will keep you loosened up. It heals. I had to do clindamycin in the middle of doing this program for MRSA before I could finally get the ALLIMED that got rid of it. That set me back. I've been doing many different kinds of probiotics x3 the recommended dose for over a year, now. I use some of the NOW products in the refridgerator case at the health food store. I've used the iflora. There are the pearl beads probiotics that bypass the stomach acid that Dr. David Williams, DC has and Dr. Julian Whittaker has. Wannaseeworms has told me about PrescriptAssist. I haven't tried it yet. Since we're flushing out the liver at the same time, maybe Threelac would help. That's specific for candida infecton. There are others.
I have to use home made vegatable juice for the plant enzymes. The vegetable juice will keep your digestive system open. Fresh fruit for the enzymes. Make sure your diet is helping you with this.
Unless the cat was sick and the scratch infected, I'd stay away from antibotics. Unless you have a red streak going down your arm or something that means a blood infection. You can always use the zapper, too. There are topical things you can use right after a cat scratch that will not allow it to get infected. Wash the wound well with soap and water and rinse it, apply something like honey that has antibiotic properties. Grapefruit seed extract. Sounds funny, but it's better than antibiotics.
going up my arm. So I had no choice. They were going to put an IV in me, but injections in each hip did the trick. Was horrible.
Glad to hear Im not the only one struggling! LBB worked for about a year, then all the sudden nothing worked (that was a year ago, been doing enemas, oxy, or Aloe ferox since). I also take yellow dock and dandelion root. Done plenty liver flushing, did the Dr Schultz colon cleanse but it constipated me even with the strong laxatives.
I took allisure and it got rid of my ear infection last year FAST. I know you recommend allimed, but the allisure worked fine for me.
Anyway, I will just keep trying stuff. Good to know Now brand probiotics are effective. I typically like Now brand.
Got a good chiropractor? The spine might have something to do with it. Cervical adjustments? C1 and C2? Cervical controls the organs. Something might be out in the cervical area.
You shouldn't be having to take enemas. Maybe a massage by a massage therapist would help along with the chiropractic adjustments. How's your level of emotional stress?
Drinking enough distilled water and staying hydrated. Getting enough exercise?
Taking enough dulse or tree iodine so your thyroid and metabolic rate stays normal.
Just for future reference, paint tea tree oil on wounds to prevent infections. It's worked on an infection (red streak) before, but now I just avoid the issue. Even if the kiddos come inside with a minor scratch I swab it with tea tree. You can take garlic by the clove too.
Yeah, Mel's right. Tea tree oil (melaleuca alternifolia) is some fantastic stuff. I didn't remember that one. Why not! I use it all the time. Pffft! Thought I'd post this information for you.
From my Essential Oils book: Action: anti-infectious, antibacterial for large spectrum action of gram positive: staph and gram negative: e-coli, antifungal, antiviral, antiparasitic, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, immunostimulant, cardio tonic, decongestant of veins, reduces phlebitis, neurotonic, analgesic (reduces pain), protects against radiation
It's highly regarded as an antimicrobial and disinfectant.
Here's another idea Doc mentions on his CD. Walk around in the house in your stocking feet. The little jolt from your heels hitting the floor will help your colon to work right. Wear shoes without the rubber soles. That allows for the same thing when your'e walking. Walking really helps the whole body to work better.
Reflexology bears this out ... foot bottom pressure points send neural messages.
I hate shoes. But I found a pair of "nib" shoes a long time ago. They are open like flip-flops and have nibs or small hills about every quarter-inch inside the sole bottom that touches foot. After wearing them awhile, there's such a relaxation throughout spine, muscles, you just can't get over all the benefits...even deeper sleep. Highly recommended slip-on.
Used tea tree oil on teeth and gums, for an abcess of long-standing...g o n e, and quick. There's something to be said about "au natural," back to the natural path.
Yeah, I finally got a cracker-jack chiropractor who does hands-on adjustments. He's from the old school. Has a Thompson table. Been in practice 40 years. I got lucky.
Maybe Doc can tell you why the hip adjustments affect the colon. All the nerves that affect the colon and pelvic organs are in that area, too.
I have had an L-4-5 disc operation when I was in my early 20's and that may have affected my colon, too, way back when and even now. I'm not hurting in that area anymore. I got the nerve damage over the years, but no nerve pinching now.
C'mon, Doc, where are you???
I've gotten some herbals from: http://www.darcyfromtheforest.com.
She has just the plain tincture that she makes up with the green male buds of the balck walnut tree.
That's another herbal that's used for candida, too.