Archives for: January 2002, 24
Dear Heidi, It is Lisya again after a long time.
I am still struggling with my bladder infection unfortunatly. All waits for me is more treatments of antibiotics and I am not willing to take them in because it does not help and I suffer badly from it etc.
Just to remind, I tryed every thing from the protocols to heallix and eating only beneficials and neutrals. My skin is still bad (less than in the begining but still...) I am tired going to usless docters and I do not find any doctor whom is open to BTD. I tought, would it be wise to get a consult by tel. from doc bron or Dadamo, is it possible at all?
My other question is, I would like to do the gal bladder/liver flush when I go to the relevant site, she advices taking some Chinees herbs...Do I have to follow it in this way or is there an alternatieve?
I surched on previous topics but it is a never ending surch I hope you can help me, Thanks a lot Lisya
Greetings, Lisya ~ You tried antibiotics many times, and they made things worse rather than better -- so I support your decision not to take them.
My suggestions right now are to continue with the water+salt, take the probiotics daily (I know you discontinued supplements, but that one is the most important if you can add it back in - and ARA6 (larch) as well), and continue with bromelain as outlined in the protocols. If you have already completed two rounds of this (two months including time off) and still this infection persists, I suggest you go ahead and telephone the D'Adamo Clinic to request a consultation, because you have been suffering with this for too long -- since September and before! They will be able to give you more specific options for getting rid of this infection.
If you decide to do the gallbladder flush, use Julia's telephone number to speak to her about the herbs. They help a great deal in certain circumstances, and I think she may have very good advice for you there.
It is time to discuss the infection in depth with knowledgeable people, as they can ask you many questions relating to your situation, and they can analyze your condition very quickly and effectively.
Bless you, Lisya, and I am sure you will soon be free of this painful condition! Please keep in touch! :-)
Are expelled gallstones hard or does the olive oil soften them? LouL
Hi, Lou ~ Expelled gallstones come in all shapes, sizes and colors, and they may be soft, rubbery, or fairly solid. :-)
Good day heidi, I wanted to know for the flush if it is necesary to have Epsom salts because I do not know what they are. Where can I get them?
Also, is it normal that rice protein powder makes my nose run a lot and I get a pain on my left side after I eat it. Is it too much protein for my body to handle at once?
Thank-you so much once again! Till next time! Emily
Hello, Emily ~ For Epsom salts, go to any chemist/drugstore, and ask at the counter. It is often found in the 'first aid' or 'analgesic' section, out in the store. It's inexpensive and a common item in these shops. Here in my neighborhood, it comes in little white one-pint cartons.
Is there anything in your rice protein powder except rice? A runny nose can be a sign of allergy to that powder, and a pain on the left side (under the rib cage?) may mean the food is irritating the part of your digestive tract where it passes through the diaphragm.
Any food that gives you these kinds of troubles should be discontinued -- but first, make sure of the ingredients. The rice protein may be blended with other things that are causing the problem. Just check to see, OK? :-)