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Member since 02 Nov 2006
Member from Linwood
Have just spent an interesting hour perusing these to topics with Google. What are your thoughts on these two problems and their treatment..
The PND is just so annoying and it seems that using the Neti pipe is a helpful method to clear it. It is linked, I read to having had antibiotics for infections. Which I recently was treated with for a viral infection. I have a Neti pipe so will give it a go.
I did a questionaire on my general health,USA, of course, and ended up with a list of no less than nine supplements to get me up and running to better health.
Cataracts. Now this subject has me left me slightly dazed. I was diagnosed with them in mild progress and I will be monitored and have then removed when necessary. "You mean when i am almost blind" I asked. Shock horror,. No they will be done long before that I was assured as more were being done these days.
Here I am writing another book. Well, I consulted my old book on Miracle Medicine Foods. and I read that they can be cured with Vitamin B 2, Riboflavin.
So off I went to Google to look up this vitamin and its use for cataracts. Nothing from a NZ perspective but from good old Uncle Sam it is all there.
Very interesting, but if it is a cure then why isn't it prescribed by our medical profession instead of letting us go near blind and herding us like sheep in droves to a hospital to replace our natural lens with plastic ones.
So, I await any discussion on these two topics. Thank you for your patience.
Member since 29 Jun 2006
Member from Titirangi
Hi Joybel -
If you always work on the principle that most of the "medical profession" have absolutely no idea about things such as alternative medicine or vitamin/mineral supplementation, you'll understand why surgical intervention is always their answer.
We have to learn to be our own advocates for our own health - often a challenge, but very satisfying when you heal yourself.
Post nasal drip has to be one of life's most annoying conditions. Hard to tell if it's as a result of some infection lurking within the sinuses, or it's a symptom of another problem.
In my own case, I discovered that it was one of a myriad of symptom of hypothyroidism - not that any Doctor knew that - it was my own research which gave me an "aahaa" moment.
Keep on researching for yourself - always interesting - always enriching - and you'll learn to heal yourself.
Member since 27 Nov 2010
Member from Maraetai Beach
Hi JoybelYour article is rather interesting as I suffer similar symptoms. I have a situation where I expire close to a litre of liquid daily through my nose - thus a clear sinus [seemingly nothing to be concerned about according to my GP]; at night the PND - I usually solve it by inhaling eucalyptus oil in my pillow, works very well.As for the cataracts - none of the GP's I have consulted are willing to remove them until at least 50% or more of the eye is covered, for the best results. Very annoying, so I like your suggestion of ribloflavin being a possible solution. Has this been confirmed by any specialist homeopathic or naturapath practitioners or is this merely conjecture.
I just Google and there are many stories to be found about curing just about anything. Google Cataracts and Ribloflavin and they will come up. A friend says to get Ribloflavin Complex.
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