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Ben_Lamers
Saturday, December 2, 2006, 1:13am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Howdy, i was hoping y'all could help me out with my salmonella...what do i do?? all i ate last night was broccoli and now all day today everything i see just looks like it tastess gawd awful and makes me wanna hurl...got stommach is killing me...sometimes get overheated and dizzy...throat tastes awful...like spoiled egg. i can't keep anything down (that ive tried).

what is best thing to do? what if this lasts until morning? i feel sick sick sick!!!
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Saturday, December 2, 2006, 1:22am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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If you can keep some seltzer water down, or sips of green tea it would be good to stay hydrated...I have heard: drink something really hot or really cold in hopes of killing or at least making it hard for the bac teria to grow...(wives tale?)..ginger?

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Ben_Lamers
Saturday, December 2, 2006, 1:27am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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thanks. i actualy bought green tea yesterday but have never tried it. thanks!
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I hope someone more knowledgeable chimes in with some wisdom...but hang in there! Let us know how youre doing.
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I have to think about this a bit, Ben.  And it could be intestinal flu!  ??

And don't oversteep the green tea;  water just under boiling and steep just a minute or so.



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Ben_Lamers
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Quoted from jayney-O
I hope someone more knowledgeable chimes in with some wisdom...but hang in there! Let us know how youre doing.



same ol same ol. i went to sleep for an hour but woke up with painful gurgling and diarhea. i feel real tired but my stommach is keeping me awake. everytime i try to drink water it comes out like a few seconds later and not from the front!

im looking forward to this being over so i can eat something! havn't eaten all day..maybe in the morning. occasionaly i get really nauseous but it goes away.

thx for the support!!
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Ben, do you have reason to believe that it is salmonella and not an intestinal virus?

No matter what the cause, you need to be careful to avoid dehydration.  Can you get some electrolytes, like the powdered ones that Alacer sells . . no sugar, and add a pinch of good quality sea salt to whatever water you drink.  And I think it's best to just sip your liquids, a little at a time and not huge quantities at once.

Maybe light vegetable soup with unboiled miso added at the end of cooking.



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Cooked blueberries work wonderfull on stomac bugs AND salmonella and that type of poisoning.
It seems to be pretty effecient to kil bacteria.

It works both for B´s and best for O´s .

I am not sure it works with american blueberies ( domesticated big ones) - the tests I have seen has been made with the wild ones : Vaccinium Myrtillus and it was the wild ones I have used on both my daughter and I.
Just boil blueberries to the juice flows- add as much sweater as you care for- drink hot or cold- sometimes I add some starch like rice or arrowroot- it is very soothing.


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Henriette,
Would that be Bilberries you are talking about?

And, Ben, I am remembering Pill Curing, or Curing Pill that is a common Chinese herbal formula that is sold in most health food stores under the Plum Flower label.  This is used for "travelers digestive sickness".  It works quite well.



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Bilberries and blueberries are 2 different berries. Tho both are extremely good for you. Oh,oops, don't think bilberreis have been tested, but supposedly they are very good for us.  
Ben please keep in mind, that it can take up to 72 hours for food poisoning to set in. Whatever you've got, hope you get some relief. Being sick at my stomach is not something a lot of people handle too well.  Hope you're better SOON.  



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I hope you're over it, but I just checked the threads.  Get some powdered charcoal in you.  Dr. Schulze's Intestinal Formula #2 works great (and quick).
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Ben_Lamers
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thanks for the advice. i tried green tea but didnt notice anything. it tastes good i am however able to eat now! i felt a lot better this morning but have noticed it's harder to eat things. it just dont feel the same..like what i eat sits in my stommach rather than moving along. i just hope i never have to go through THAT again... wow...

this reminds me.. i need to keep some of this stuff yall talk about handy now that i know this can happen..


may you all be well too
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Whew! glad youre feeling better!!
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Yep Bilberries. http://botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/b/bilber37.html
It is the normal kind of blueberries here.
I grow the american blueberries-Vaccinium corymbosum-
bilberries are a lot of hazzle to grow.
If the testeing was done on the latter thing- I think that the billberies are even more healthy- more concentrated  

Good that you feel better. I keep the blueberries in the fridge- for smothies AND for attacks like that.


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Seirogan Pills from an asian store works wonders - Intestinal problems and I found out about it with a mild Shellfish Toxin. They're also called Liver Pills {or Laba Pills in Engrish}. They are all natural as well...they smell funny, but hey, they work.



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What are the ingredients in those asian pills, Schluggell?



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Laba Pills in Engrish......too funny!!
Schlug, can you 'lip my stocking please'?


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