My daughter has had a long month of health ailments this month starting with pink eye, then strep throat, intestinal pains, now and ear infection and this rash on her cheek. I really don’t want to take her to the doctor because she’ll just get prescribed all sorts of toxic shit but I’m starting to
Maybe we should change the word “infection” to “outpurge” since it’s more of an expulsion, disease-cleansing event than a pathogenic, disease-causing one. This is my submission. Runner up was “outheal”. Language is spell-ing, spell-casting. We have to reinvent new words and make some words obsolete, in our vocabulary.
Most people are blissfully unaware that the third leading cause of death in the world is due to iatrogenic causes ~ according to a JAMA article 250,000 deaths per year (in the US alone) are due to iatrogenic causes-unfavorable responses to medical or surgical treatments. Some examples of these causes include unnecessary medication and surgery,
Can I assume that a ruptured eardrum (after an ear infection which was managed hygenically by fasting) will heal on its own? Any personal positive experiences or encouraging words that would put me in a hopeful mode?
When someone has a “infection” is it better to water fast or continue eating raw fruits & veggies?
I watched the documentary The Root Cause recently and had a cone x-ray/ct scan of my head done. It shows that I have “infections” in the 4 areas where I had my wisdom teeth removed. They want to go back in and clean them out properly (a biological dentist) and treat them with ozone. Since
Hello. Thank you for approving my request to join this group. My son may have had strep 3+ weeks ago. I didn’t have him tested nor would I be able to due to my son resisting any attempt to take a throat culture. He currently has a mild cold with no fever but occasional sneezing
Will an ear infection heal on its own if given enough time? Im drinking water and eating fruits/ lettuce when hungry. May do a 24 hr water fast. Anything else I should be doing?
“Necrotizing fasciitis (NF), also known as flesh-eating disease, is a bacterial infection that results in the death of parts of the body’s soft tissue.” Taken from Wiki. I have a few questions… I’ve been reading through some things here in the group and decided to search this specific topic with no satisfactory results. So question
Hi all, I’m new to all this so please help me understand. This past week my 3 year old daughter has been quite sick. Night fevers for 7 days straight, then rash, then conjunctivitis, then runny nose and cough. We took her in to the doctors on day 4 as she was looking AWFUL and