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so what cures what.
in the home of the none tablet takers whats the best
cure for what ails us.

in our house if were under the weather with a cold or fever etc my
partner makes us eat a kilo of oranges a day.
i like oranges so i go along with her.

altezon

yum. Valencia is tasty.
I'm not a pill taker either at least not pharmaceuticals.
With the onset of nasty weather and the cold/flu season we begin taking echinacea and continue until winter is over. Echinacea is more a preventative rather than a cure as it boosts the immune system.
http://www.chinese-herbs.org/echinacea/h...nacea.html

For belly aches ginger or gripe water works great.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gripe_water

For bruises you can't beat arnica. We have miniature horses. One day my full-of-himself stallion for no apparent reason up and kicked me square in the shin. He kicked me so hard it took my breath away and left me standing in great pain. A friend turned me onto some arnica cream ... it was amazing as it took the pain away nearly instantly and I had no bruising.
http://www.ehow.com/about_5037570_arnica-cream.html

I suffer from joint and muscle pain (I work too hard lol) and use Lakota, it's been my save all for many years now and I tell everyone about it.
http://lakotaherbs.com/AboutLakota.aspx

As with many females bladder infections can be horribly painful. At the onset I drink pure unsweetened cranberry juice for a couple of days (and not the OceanSpray shit). Doctors believe bladder infections can only be cured with antibiotics ... definitely not true. Infact there are many nursing homes in Canada that are now implementing the daily use of cranberry juice as a preventative in aged and sedintary women.
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/200...152005.htm

@Velvetfog: the weed will clean out your lungs but as for the NeoCitron that's just nasty stuff with a whole lot of sugar.Sad
(08-01-2010, 04:49 PM)kath3 Wrote: [ -> ]I'm not a pill taker either at least not pharmaceuticals.
With the onset of nasty weather and the cold/flu season we begin taking echinacea and continue until winter is over. Echinacea is more a preventative rather than a cure as it boosts the immune system.
http://www.chinese-herbs.org/echinacea/h...nacea.html

For belly aches ginger or gripe water works great.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gripe_water

For bruises you can't beat arnica. We have miniature horses. One day my full-of-himself stallion for no apparent reason up and kicked me square in the shin. He kicked me so hard it took my breath away and left me standing in great pain. A friend turned me onto some arnica cream ... it was amazing as it took the pain away nearly instantly and I had no bruising.
http://www.ehow.com/about_5037570_arnica-cream.html

I suffer from joint and muscle pain (I work too hard lol) and use Lakota, it's been my save all for many years now and I tell everyone about it.
http://lakotaherbs.com/AboutLakota.aspx

As with many females bladder infections can be horribly painful. At the onset I drink pure unsweetened cranberry juice for a couple of days (and not the OceanSpray shit). Doctors believe bladder infections can only be cured with antibiotics ... definitely not true. Infact there are many nursing homes in Canada that are now implementing the daily use of cranberry juice as a preventative in aged and sedintary women.
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/200...152005.htm

@Velvetfog: the weed will clean out your lungs but as for the NeoCitron that's just nasty stuff with a whole lot of sugar.Sad

i'll get my partner to check out some of the links, the lakota herb one looks pretty interesting. thanks kath.

@v/f;

alas i can't smoke anything now Sad
that above post was mine, addy signed in and never signed out on my machine, i'll kill her Angry
i wish i could. but i cant. it's a stimulant Wink
and i don't need stimulizing hehe.
I like getting laid for what ails me! What has worked best lately
for my chronic horrendous pain which I have from several sources
is a few milligrams of methadone.
I have been on every narcotic {damn near!} pharmaceutic-ally speaking
for pain including drugs that shouldn't be given for pain
like psych drugs etc.
even though they can help some individuals with pain.
For severe chronic pain those drugs don't do squat.
Care to discuss?
C.B.
I have never heard of using this type of plant for treating withdrawal
from dope but then I don't exactly have any experience with doing that.
I think it's a damned shame they would remove your friend from a program because he was deemed "too old".
What a crock of shit.
Truly pathetic.
C.B.
(08-03-2010, 10:04 AM)cigarbabe Wrote: [ -> ]I like getting laid for what ails me! What has worked best lately
for my chronic horrendous pain which I have from several sources
is a few milligrams of methadone.
I have been on every narcotic {damn near!} pharmaceutic-ally speaking
for pain including drugs that shouldn't be given for pain
like psych drugs etc.
even though they can help some individuals with pain.
For severe chronic pain those drugs don't do squat.
Care to discuss?
C.B.
can't be easy when it's like that CB Sad

moobs;
maybe it was himself that did it and he puts it down to the plant, either way, i always enjoy hearing about someone coming off it. Smile
(08-06-2010, 05:38 AM)mr.moobs Wrote: [ -> ]The guy definately wouldnt have kicked it if he hadnt had the character, guts and will. But that being said, the malva plant is a very effective 'calmant' of muscles and nerves. I've been using it as painkiller for various aches since 2005 with great success. I just pick the flowers and dry them for later use (bout a handfull in a liter of boiling water).

I've heard people that say that the malva root is very effective against throat infections, but I never tried it as I just do the funky garlic whenever I have an infection anywhere.
the funky garlic trick amused me no end.
i guess anything can play it's part. i do think belief in something can make it so, as far as the psychology of a thing goes.