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Goldie, what was your solution for the cramps? If you don't mind.

Amazone, I didn't mean that homeopathy would dissolve the metals, but that it would help to remove them. Since homeopathy works in conjunction with a good diet and exercise, rest and sleep, love and happiness, yes. Fatty acids are part of the cure. The body tends toward healing whenever possible, and homeopathy helps the body to do so. So homeopathy can give those metals an extra push.


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I talked to my homeopath today, and he had some things to say that were new to me.

I shouldn't live in Oregon, lol. Fat chance we could leave my hubby's work.

Candida phases with the moon; it is worst at the new moon and a week on either side. Symptoms are better for the opposite two weeks.

He also wanted me to do a complete parasite testing. He said it could be more than just candida causing this. It's expensive for me, but I hope to be able to do so. He mails it to me, so I can just do it at home.

He said to switch to Magnesium Glycinate so I could take more magnesium without bowel trouble.

And to take Oxygenated Silver, which I would have to get from him, but only after the parasite test so I don't skew the readings.


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Goldie, what was your solution for the cramps? If you don't mind.


Can you search here for a post long ago..

Magnesium another look / muscle pain prevention   (reply)

you will learn in my post where to look for help..

All the best.. no one should suffer as you do.. and there is help, the question is only how far away..

  


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Thank you very much. I'll look.

I was happy to have read yesterday on one of these threads that calcium cramps during movement and magnesium when still. Today I was in the shower, alone in the house, and I started to cramp (my right foot). It is not the kind of cramp athletes get or one that can be pulled or stretched out. Not a charliehorse. I panicked, hoping I could get all the way to the kitchen for magnesium before it hit hard, then I remembered- and I started to walk in place. I got through the shower that way and took my pill after- fully dressed, even! So thanks to whoever mentioned that!

And thanks for your kind words. I am one of many who suffer, sadly. But I am also grateful for those who, like Dr. D, have researched and found solutions. Wouldn't it be nice if solutions were quick for everyone everywhere.  


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read and learn and ask me questions..


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Kescah, I just gave your thread a well-deserved five star rating. You have been fighting on the front lines of getting the help you certainly deserve! No telling how many other people you have helped by telling your story! I'm sure from your description that my grandmother suffered from this, but it was never diagnosed. She lived to be ninety-five in spite of it. I marvel now at how active she was in spite of what she must have been suffering.


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Thank you, Goldie.

Spring, I feel so badly for your grandmother, because without the internet and some of the wonderful advances in caring for people, this would be a horrible disease. I mean, I suffer quite a bit as it is, and I have all this help! I am sitting here right now trying to detemine whether I should take another magnesium as my foot is threatening, or would it cause me too much intestinal distress. How nice that I have been able to read the thoughts of others, here, who have already endured some of these symptoms and found solutions.

Thank you for the five star rating! I wondered where those stars came from. I really do hope the information that I have gathered over six months will help some within an hour or less.

The priority is to kill the candida which acidifies and toxifies the blood, and to alkalinize the blood. For many, the liver is overloaded with trying to detoxify from the candida (and/or other parasites), and it must be cleansed. If the blood is not alkalinized, the ends of the bones become pointed and ouch! The slightest movement means searing pain.

There is a brand new alkaline food chart that I can share- it has really helped me to focus my diet on the more alkaline-forming foods in my Swami. My pH is starting to come up from the lowest (most acid) point on the test paper. I was getting discouraged, because it is a slow process, but it is climbing and this food chart will help me to make it happen sooner. I am surprised at some of the foods I assumed were alkaline and they are not.   Like walnuts. Which are so delicious soaked and dried out as I learned on this site. But almonds are good, and I soak them in water salted with highly alkaline Himalayan salt- and they are beyond yummy. Just don't take too many to the easychair with you.

http://www.energiseforlife.com.....87cd9ba437cedcafe621


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I want to report great progress. As long as I still avoid my allergy foods (which should end some day) I have little itching and much more healthy skin where there used to be plaques. (I still do have plaques, but much more skin between them.)

If I take 250 mg. Magnesium every four hours (day and night) I don't get the foot cramps- however, I have ordered Remag and hope it means, like it says, that I will only have to take it twice daily. I could sleep through the night! Incidentally, Remag seems to have all the trace minerals in it, as does Himalayan Salt, which I also take to alkalinize my blood.

Acidity is the one problem that I have not yet immproved. It's a tough nut to crack. I am eating right and probably need to start making alkaline juices or get an alkaline water machine. Unless time on Dr. D's program will handle it alone- though I feel endangered in the meantime.

After reading here and all over the internet, I am taking Dr. D's Yeast/Fungal Protocol supplements and staying on my Swami diet while altering it for candida (no carbs) and my allergies. For A types, Betaine HCl helps to keep the gastric system acid, discouraging candida which loves alkalinity. (The gastric system should be acid, the blood alkaline.) Betaine is in his protocol, and Stinging Nettle Root (not leaves) which agglutinates candida as well.

I also feel that my homeopathic remedy has had a huge part in my healing.

It all seems simple enough in the end, though it has taken me months to figure it out. I will definitely check with Dr. D.'s programs regularly in the future after getting myself on the right homeopathic remedy.


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This is all so interesting to me!  Every time I see the famous golfer on the TV ad for the drug to treat PsA I cringe at the drug warnings and wonder if he has ever tried to Eat Right For "His" Type.
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and a so called imbalance in tissue acidity only is related to mineral absorbtion,


So right but does not sell a new book.. haha

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not true Goldie, sorry it's known that leg cramps in movements have something to do with calcium lacks, sometimes even potassium, and cramps in calmness are due to magnesium lacks... it is that simple..


Neuropathy is maybe exactly what you say, also for chronic fatigue/fibro-mialgia...

I think I had all those labels for years... but finally BTD has changed it.  But for me ondamed.net was the only treatment that returned numb feeling back in to my feet and took the pain away---- I think it is a brain function thing.. that is why it can be affected by wave medicines..

Isa denkst Du dass es bio-resonance genannt ist bei euch?  




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Krisaf, I agree- those Embrel commercials make me cringe! Like I would take something that can cause cancer. But people do if they don't know what else to do.

Thanks for the link, Amazone.

I started having lots of trouble with my arms again- I knew it was allergy, but I didn't know to what. I was itching like crazy. I finally realized that my new Betaine HCl had hidden corn. Grrr! Just so it could taste like vanilla? Please!

Dr. D's Betaine is twice as expensive, but corn free and with other beneficial ingredients. I may have to take it, though I am still trying to save money- this has been expensive.

In the process of trying to acidify my gut in other ways, I learned that many prebiotic foods help by nourishing probiotic organisms. Included (the first ten are in order of value) are Chicory root, Jerusalem artichoke, Dandelion leaves, Garlic, Leeks, Onions, Asparagus, Wheat bran, WW flour, Bananas- then also Almonds, Berries, Legumes, Cruciferous veggies, Soybeans, Jicama. One source mentioned Lemons.


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Has anyone made kefir using kefir grains?

I made some recently, and though my daughter warned me to start slow on the homemade variety due to candida die-off, I thought I must be able to handle it since I've been drinking store-bought kefir and doing much of the yeast/fungal protocol for a while. I was wrong. I broke out in an itchy rash, apparently die-off, unless I am allergic to it or just can't tolerate it.

I was amazed at how strongly the drink smelled of yeast, which the grain is. Yet kefir is a diamond for me. Any thoughts on whether I should be using a yeast-based drink like that, even though it is probiotic?


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Read what I typed in the Hives thread today..


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Thank you- I read it.

One thing I do to help determine whether it is die-off or allergies is to take homeopathic Histaminum. If that takes care of it, it was likely allergies. If it does not help, I take Molybdenum (not homeopathic). Molybdenum changes the acetyldehide from the die-off to acetic acid- so you need extra water to flush it out, but at least it is not a neurotoxin anymore. It also helps to alkalinize as best you can at the time.

A good way to alkalinize is to eat cucumbers chopped up with lemon juice. BTW, for diabetics, the cucs with lemon are also good to bring down your blood sugar. Try it!


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I've had a great breakthrough on my dry skin. (I'm talking seriously, pathologically dry skin which created deep ridges in my arms when I would twist them or turn them over).

My doc had told me I could use olive oil on them (hands and arms) which I did for nine months. It was a pain. I got oil on everything. My hubby didn't want me to do the laundry anymore. The steering wheel of the car was oily.

Yesterday I added two capsules of Himalayan Salt with extra water to my daily alkalinizing regimen. Just capsules that I made up. Today my arms and hands were noticeably better, just slightly dry. My skin was plumper (healthy).

Since I started my alkalinizing regimen my pH has improved. It goes downward again, though, if I miss a day. The regimen is:

A large glass of strongish lemon water,
Two Himalayan salt capsules with 1/3 liter of water,
Then the juice of two cucumbers, a few leaves of lettuce, a little spinach, two celery sticks and a piece of ginger. It makes enough to drink some three times per day.

I'm wondering if this is helping my leg and foot cramps, too, although I confess that I NEVER miss a dose of magnesium. I even set the alarm to take some a couple of times at night.


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Since I started my alkalinizing regimen my pH has improved. It goes downward again, though, if I miss a day. The regimen is:

A large glass of strongish lemon water,
Two Himalayan salt capsules with 1/3 liter of water,
Then the juice of two cucumbers, a few leaves of lettuce, a little spinach, two celery sticks and a piece of ginger. It makes enough to drink some three times per day.

I'm wondering if this is helping my leg and foot cramps, too, although I confess that I NEVER miss a dose of magnesium. I even set the alarm to take some a couple of times at night.


Interesting.. do you think the salt is just salt or special?

Is cucumber on your Swami or food list?

I used to have cucumber as avoid on the old Swami, now it is neutral.  I have no skin issues, but I like cics.. I will go back to having some.. Nice.

How do you take magnesium in the middle of the night?

As for olive oil, I take two spoons a day, and my bathroom visits are nop longer on issue.. mabey you could do the same. I think dry skin or for that matter any skin issue is systemic and needs fixing from the inside out.  Just know that taking oil adds (120) to your calories, unless you use it as a appetite supressant in place of a snak.


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The Himalayan salt is very special. It has all the trace minerals we need- it is "us" in constitution. It puts the minerals into us in ionic form.

Cucumber is a diamond for me, as is celery, spinach and ginger. Sometimes I add in some herbs from the garden for whatever difference they have in nutrition. Tastes great, too!

Cucumber is on the highest of alkaline foods list. That list includes alkaline water, Himalayan salt, grasses, cucumber, kelp and all sea veggies, spinach, parsley, broccoli, sprouts (soy, alfalfa and sprouted beans). In general (but not in every case) the sweeter/carbier foods get the more acid forming they are.

I say not in every case because, for example, ocean fish and meats are acid forming.

I have magnesium tablets at the bedside and a glass of water.

I am getting a lot of oil in my diet. I don't hold back. I am making kale chips right now for the first time, but I am making some of them with walnut oil to see how they taste, too. Walnut and canola, if you can have them, are omega 3 oils, so I try to get more of them into my diet.

And yes, my minerals are way out of balance. When my cramps started up some years ago (and nearly killed me while snorkeling) I was told I needed more potassium. I took some and got the worst cramp of my life immediately. I then  started on a multi-mineral complex without potassium. It helped for years. Then suddenly taking my complex would bring on cramps. I stopped them, but still got the cramps. I learned here that my magnesium levels were too low, and now magnesium helps. It will probably take some time to chisel the excess calcium out of my cell wall holes that are meant for magnesium to get in....

Another thing that has helped me immensely is the E-Power machine. A friend gave me some treatments with that for a time, and now that I've done without it, I realize how fantastic it was. It actually make my tissues feel and look younger almost immediately. It puts negative ions into your body and it is amazing. You can feel it work where you need it the most. (Your body, with its amazing healing power, knows where to use the negative ions first.) One thing it does is to normalize the electrical charge (negative vs. positive ions) at the cell walls which will allow proper mineral transport in and out of the cells. We ordered a machine just this weekend, and I should have it in a few days. I am really excited about that!

Here is a pdf about the machine. You can search for suppliers online if you are interested.

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I'm still struggling with some things, though my skin is much better- only a small patch of psoriasis on each wrist. So I must be getting somewhere. Yay!

However, lately I cannot juice my veggies every morning because a very sick and depressed person in the house sleeps in. So my morning "acid-crushing" routine is delayed (lemon water, deep breathing, Himalayan salt w/water and then the juice). The only thing I can't do is the juice, since it is noisy to make it. But I really need it, because my urine has become very acid again, so I think that quietness is going to end. :/ Today, I made juice in the afternoon, and drank it down- which alkalinizes my blood, but also has so many of the minerals in it that it causes my cramps. I took magnesium with the juice, but had to take another magnesium shortly after. All of this is alkalinizing, but the cramps are so scary that I have to be careul.

I ate one green bean yesterday to see if I was still allergic to it and wound up with a horrible itchy spot on my arm. So that is discouraging. This will take time. I realize.

The machine came, and I have been doing treatments every day. I can feel them working on my gut, as if tightening up my intestines. Maybe it is fixing the holes? Along with the nutrients from the protocol, it should be.

I had some new bitey, itchy spots on my arms for a long time. I was puzzled- allergy or die-off, but neither cure helped. I started to notice that it happened more often at night in bed and if I sat on a certain couch. So we did a major flea bombing session and vacuumed everything. Didn't help. The next day it was just as bad. Then I remembered that my daughter's house-guest had scabies. And that turned out to be my problem. So we are fighting the scabies off now. It is easy to kill with Neem Oil, Tea Tree Oil or Oil of Oregano, but after one day of relief I sat on my couch where I used to get the problem- forgetting that I was not cured forever, and got it back. So we vacuumed again like crazy around here, I retreated my arms and my whole body, and we are avoiding that couch for three days (they die in two to three days off the body). And I am puzzled right now because as I write this, I am feeling the biting itch again- I know you have to treat again after cocoons hatch, so maybe it's time. Or maybe this chair is also a problem. Grrrr! Meantime, I just had some kefir before it started. So I have to be some kind of a genius and get this figured out.


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kescah...please take care not being taken by a so called *rebound-effect*  

and hey btw..your machina seems to be awesome... is this merely a sort of tens-technique..... or  does thisinclude bioresonance techniques
Great congrats for that gadget, I do work with Power Tube which goes into the similar direction,but named here under tens-technique and work with a batterie of 9 Volt. My Vegatester is completely different, its a diagnostical gadget as well for treatments ....
and I was nearly persuated that those machinas were forbidden in USA... weew so I've learned the oposit ....


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I ate one green bean yesterday to see if I was still allergic to it and wound up with a horrible itchy spot on my arm. So that is discouraging. This will take time. I realize.


It took years to get where you are, it will take vigilance to get better.... Just immmmagin if you did not have this board to LEArn from!!

keep on trying.. the answers will come..

the experience with Magnesium on and off is interesting..  could you find a mineral multy with Magnesium included and so balance, rather than all or nothing...  


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Amazone, as for rebound- I'm not sure what that effect is, but I am really tired of being sick. So crazy- just when the psoriasis is nearly gone, my arms are a mess from this. We were all so tired of my olive oil all over everything I touched, and finally I was done with that, and now I am using olive oil with tea tree in it for the scabies. :/ My hubby has to do the laundry- a lot of it with scabies in the house.

The machine is really awesome- but I'm sure we are talking about different machines. However, I am returning mine due to a health complication. It is good for almost everything. Almost. If anyone is considering buying one of them, message me and I will discuss that aspect.

Still, I'd love to keep and use it. My skin has puffed up (that is good- it was horribly dried out, so puffed up to normal) and it wasn't even scarred. Amazing. Now it is full of scabie burrows. :/ But my nail beds were even colored and pink- so wonderful. From the machine. It is great for all the cells of the body.

I tried to repertorize for a homeopathic remedy for the scabies, but the rubrics just aren't there in my Kent's. Wish I had a computer rep.

Yes, Goldie, I am so glad to have found you all. I've learned so much, and it has reeeeeally helped.

It is hard to find a multi-mineral with the right balance, no corn in it, etc. I am getting lots of minerals in my diet and juice- so I'm not worried about that. The more lemon water or veggie juice I drink, the more magnesium I have to take to keep things balanced and ward off cramps. That is fine. As long as I can keep enough salts in me because of the diarrhea that wants to happen.


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Thanks! I got some ginger tea just to add a diamond to my diet. It was hard to find some without a corn product, though, even in a health food store. But I did!

Now, do I want to inhibit my cox2 enzymes or not?


Hi kescah  one cube inch of ginger, sliced thinly, for one cup of hot tea, softly Boil 5min, simmer for 10 to get the properties from fresh ginger.


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