Category: Condition

Overactive Thyroid – Hyperthyroid

| March 27, 2013
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Overactive Thyroid – Hyperthyroid is rarer than an under active thyroid, but it does occur.  The symptoms we’ve seen in people with an overactive thyroid are a moon shaped face where the face takes on a round, flat look.  Bulging eyes is another symptom.  Along with this goes emotional turmoil.  The medical solution for an […]

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Rosacea

| March 7, 2013
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Rosacea is a skin condition believed to be caused by a tiny mite.  It’s visible on the face, sometimes on the cheeks, sometimes the nose, sometimes all over the face.  If you remember seeing old men with big, fat red noses, that was rosacea–untreated.  In my store, customers used Face Doctor soap as its major […]

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Laryngitis

| March 6, 2013
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LARYNGITIS:  This is inflammation of the voice box causing hoarseness.  There may be pain and fever with it depending on the cause.  A lot of things can cause laryngitis; allergic reaction, bacterial infection, viral infection, chemical irritation, caustic fumes.  The most common cause would be bacterial or viral and for this you can spray your […]

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Itching

| March 6, 2013
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Chances are, if you’re itching, you know what caused it.  That is, you got near some poison ivy, your skin is very dry, or you have a mosquito bite.  Itching can also occur as a result of an allergic reaction.  Burdock Root capsules can quickly stop the itching.  It acts like a blood cleanser and […]

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Ear Ringing – Tinnitus

| March 6, 2013
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What an annoying accompaniment to your life, carrying around the extra noise.  I experienced ear ringing when I was fighting a major infection in my teeth and my ears were constantly building up ear wax.  The wax would get in certain positions and I would get a buzzing sound.  Wax can build up in your […]

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Diuretic – Water Retention – Bloating

| March 5, 2013
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Dandelion capsule is a good, natural diuretic that happens to be high in potassium so it doesn’t deplete your body of this important mineral.  Celery, both the plant and seeds, acts as a diuretic.   If a diuretic doesn’t solve your problem, you might want to check out the possibility of a kidney infection—which could cause you […]

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Cough

| March 5, 2013
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A productive cough, one in which you are trying to cough up phlegm, should not be discouraged.  Cough away.  That’s the point of the cough, to get rid of the congestion.  A non-productive cough–no congestion–can be tiring and painful.  This might occur when you have a dry, tickling throat and here’s what you can do […]

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Congestion

| March 4, 2013
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Congestion (along with remedies) is discussed under these headings: Common Cold. Pneumonia. Emphysema. With congestion, you don’t want to suppress your cough; the whole point is to cough so you can cough up the phlegm.  I see that most over-the-counter decongestants now contain a cough suppressant.   Not mentioned under the other headings shown above […]

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Burns

| March 4, 2013
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BURNS:  When you get a burn you want to eliminate the heat as soon as possible because that heat is strong enough to keep doing damage, burning deeper and deeper. Your skin is protein and heat “cooks” protein.  Colloidal Silver sprayed on a burn will  immediately cool it and heal it and provides the antibacterial […]

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Bone Spurs

| March 4, 2013
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BONE SPURS:  Anyone who has had a bone spur can tell you how painful they are.   A bone spur forms as the body tries to protect itself by building extra bone. It typically forms in response to pressure or rubbing that continues over a long period of time.  This is much like a callous forming […]

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