This is my daughter Maya. She's had eczema since she was a baby. After her first birthday, she experienced an enormous flare-up, the first of many. Her entire body was covered with large, red scaly spots. Her pediatrician prescribed steroids and told us to remove cow's milk from her diet and replace it with goat's milk. This treatment seemed to work; she recovered very fast.
However, she soon started getting colds all the time that got progressively worse. We worried that her new symptoms were due to the steroids, since they're such a strong type of medication. We also worried that we hadn't solved whatever underlying problem was there.
You could try camel milk. That's supposed to help heal allergies. I don't know if it's true, but that's the claim. Also, raw local honey shouldn't hurt. Ours tastes great.
Also, I don't know about for allergies, but I seemed to be intolerant of all raw fruits and vegetables I tried (except bananas). However, taking food grade diatomaceous earth, certain minerals, and milk thistle (as well as a lot of prayer) seemed to help me there.
I think eating raw wheat flour and uncooked oats contributed a lot to my issues. I think mercury toxicity was also to blame.
The problem i have with what you say is that the parasitic worms have adapted to use our defense mechanims and to alter ou immune system to their advantages, some parasitic worms even manage to survive in the blood (plasma) so if they manage to do that, how our immune system cells are supposed to manage to detect and to kill these multi cells organisms ?
Hygienists have made many claims without proofs, read the explanations of Herbert Shelton about parasitic worms and you will see how limited his understanding was. (I bet that he was infested by one or several kinds of parasitic worms)
I am in a similar situation and searching for the answer. All the sites advise against eating apricot kernels during pregnancy, but I also read some reviews saying that they had been eating apricot seeds during pregnancy and breastfeeding with no problems.
very clever idea, u just need to use the same filter cloths as Norwalk and a bamboo liner insert would help in the cleanup process. Without the Norwalk filter cloth, the pulp would excrete thru the large holes of the basket. the only issue is the pressure of this small screw type press? U cannot put too much pulp in the press as it would put too much pressure on the filter cloth and it would burst just like a Norwalk!!
What a waste to heat raw milk. You lose the best part of health benefits Recent Government report; All milk, 135,000 to 1 that that milk will cause a health problem agains all other food.
We are blaming the wrong people for the lies about raw milk. It is the milk processors lying about raw milk.
They have the most to lose, if raw milk is free as sell as it comes from the farm. Farmers know the value of raw milk and just want to sell it. The processors want to keep control of our milk for their profit not our health. Follow the money, to the lies. …dez...