The grip of Big Pharma upon the medical establishment is hard to overestimate. A number of alternative cancer treatments have shown promise in eradicating cancer cells or augmenting the benefits of traditional chemotherapy, yet these treatments are generally ignored by doctors. In some states, the sale of alternative cancer therapies has been declared illegal. There have even been cases in which people have been forced to undergo chemotherapy. Accessing information about promising natural treatments takes considerable personal research, as little funding has been set aside to study them.
Researchers at the University of Windsor, in Ontario, Canada, have been studying the common dandelion weed as a potential cure for cancer. Results of the study have been encouraging. It began when a local oncologist shared with them a home remedy brought to him by his patients.
Approximately 37 million Americans experience migraine headaches, a type of vascular headache that most commonly afflicts people between the ages of 15 and 55. Between 70 and 80 percent of people with migraine have a family history of the disorder. The symptoms of migraine include moderate to severe pain, sensitivity to light, noise and smells, blurry vision, and nausea and vomiting.
The Healthy Food Team recently posted an article that cited a military doctor’s advice for eliminating pain in the back, joints and legs. People who have used this method consider it a miracle cure for the kind of pain that can be hard to manage. Best of all, you can expect to see results within seven days.
The treatment works because it restores lubrication in the joints. Healthy joints are important not just for movement, but for overall health. Everything in our body is connected and interdependent. Recent revelations about painkillers emphasize the importance of finding natural ways to manage discomfort.
Here is the recipe:
Purchase 150 grams of edible gelatin (this is enough for a one-month course of treatment).
In the evening, stir 5 grams of gelatin (two flat teaspoons) into a quarter cup of cold water (use water from the refrigerator).
Mix well, and let the mixture stand until morning at room temperature.
The next morning, the gelatin mixture will have swollen into jelly.
Drink the mixture in the morning on an empty stomach. If you like, add juice or water, or you can mix the jelly into yogurt, or any other combination that appeals to you.
The recommended duration of the treatment is one month, but most people feel significantly better within a week. Repeat the course in six months.
Gelatin is an animal protein obtained from connective tissue of large horned cattle, including tendons, bones, cartilage, and collagen. Gelatin improves the strength of internal fibers and small cells. Two amino acids are present in gelatin: proline and hidrosiprolin, which have a positive impact on the recovery of connective tissue. Gelatin works to improve diseased joints by increasing the growth and scope of the connective tissue.
In fact, the article says gelatin offers a number of advantages:
Strengthens joints and heart muscle
– Improves metabolism
– Increases mental ability
– Maintains healthy skin condition
– Gives elasticity and strength to the tendons and ligaments
– Prevents the development of osteoporosis and osteoarthritis
– Leads to improved growth and structure of hair and nails
– Irreplaceable at dysplasia
One user of this remedy said spinal pain and neck stiffness, the result of long hours spent sitting at the computer, both resolved in seven days. Within a month, all the back pain was gone, and he felt much better overall. He is continuing to use the remedy every six months.
Even a mildly stopped up nose is uncomfortable, but severe nasal congestion is really miserable. The good news is the condition generally resolves within a week or so. But in the meantime, it interferes with your sleep and makes it hard to enjoy your regular activities.
Mind/body medicine, often called holistic medicine, is a philosophy of healing that looks at the total human being, rather than just focusing on a specific disease. Mind/body medicine examines the interaction among the mind, body and spirit, and the ways in which our health is affected by emotional, mental, social and spiritual issues, as well as physical factors. Throughout history, until the advent of modern medicine and pharmacology, mind/body medicine was the way healers approached healing. Now the culture of healing is shifting again, to a more integrated view of health.
Have you discovered the host of health benefits in lemon tea? Do you drink it every day? If so, you are making an excellent choice; lemon tea cleanses your body from within while it refreshes you with vibrant energy.
While alcohol can certainly be misused, it has long been valued as an ingredient in home remedies to cure coughs and colds. It can calm a sore throat, providing a feeling of warmth and comfort in the chest and promote sleep. Many over-the-counter cough syrups contain alcohol.
A young Canadian First Nations girl, who is known only as J.J., has been the focus of a struggle between those who embrace alternative medicine, and those who reject it. Recently, an Ontario judge signed off on a compromise that will allow J.J. access to both types of treatment.
For most of us, one of the most miserable physical experiences possible is unrelenting nausea. When that happens, over-the-counter medications have only limited effect, and prescription medicine is seldom at hand. There’s good news, however, if you keep some ginger in your kitchen.