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Home Remedies and Natural Care Q&A

Questions that were asked in class:

Q. Where does castor oil come from?

Castor oil is a vegetable oil obtained by pressing the seeds of the castor oil plant.

Q. If I have calcium deposits should I stop drinking milk?

Milk is important for calcium although it has many problems of its own. The milk you buy from the store and straight from the cow or goat is loaded with debris of all sorts. It is difficult to find a clean source these days and I am afraid it will continue in that direction.

However, given that, there are many who can benefit with the use milk. It is for this reason why I suggest the importance of a clean source and learning how to make it free from parasites, their eggs, bad bacteria, and other contaminants.

Pasteurization does not equal sterilization. After milk has been pasteurized, it needs to be sterilized. This will eradicate parasites. Most parasites are killed after sterilization, but eggs often remain. Parasite eggs are not necessarily harmful, but they are when they grow into adults.

In order to digest milk it should be accompanied by an acid such as vitamin C, so it can curdle inside the stomach. Also, milk must be showered by the bile from the gallbladder in order for calcium to be absorbed into the body. Always use full fat milk to release bile from the gallbladder. The gallbladder needs fat to do its job. Avoid fat free diets. Use healthy fats: coconut, palm and olive oil (use only cold). (If you have gallbladder issues and are skeptical about using fat in your diet, see newsletter for more detail.)

It would be better to not buy commercial milk, rather find a local milk provider you trust, or one that does not use antibiotics or hormones on their animals.

Goat milk is healthier than cow's milk. Find a local farmer with goats.

Calcium that is taken from the bone has two explanations:

  1. The body is too acid and therefore draws calcium from the bone to buffer the acidity. This calcium does not enter the bone again, but gets deposited into organs and joints which causes pain.
  2. The body sends calcium to weak areas where parasites have set up camp. This way parasites are confined to an area and prevent spreading. Calcium deposites harden, and parasites and the waste they give off, eat away at tissue beneath them, both resulting in pain and degeneration. If this is allowed to continue, pain and degeneration will continue.
Proverbs 27:27 And thou shalt have goats' milk enough for thy food,
for the food of thy household, and for the maintenance for thy maidens.

Q. What can cause a stroke? How can you prevent it?

  1. Blood vessels have become narrow
  2. Low blood pressure
  3. An increase in carbon dioxide such as smoking, auto exhaust, gas leaks in house—these things compete for oxygen
  4. Low iron levels or anemia. Raise hemoglobin levels. Try to avoid using iron pills rather a food source is best--lamb or goat. Often there is a great deal of iron in the body already, but when bad guys present they can lock up iron so it cannot be accessed. First, remove bad guys from body, food and environment and recover the iron. Bad guys are absestos, metals and bad bacteria. The stomach dissolves iron so it can be absorbed further down the GIT. See Stomach Notes.
  5. Reduce body acidity—avoid sugar, coffee, processed foods.
  6. A slow or irregular heart beat: the heart tends to be like a sponge that draws in toxins. Where toxins are present bacteria and parasites are found. These bad guys love metals too, so they are not alone. Keep bowels open. Do a bowel cleanse.
  7. Mold can cause blood vessels to narrow. Sorghum mold in particular has an affinity for brain. This mold is found in brown sugar, molasses, millet, coffee. Avoid if you cannot clean them up. Use vitamin C crystals to eliminate mold from body.
  8. Niacin can be taken to increase oxygen inside the body. Do not use flush-free and begin at low dosage.
  9. Cayenne pepper capsules taken at meal can be helpful. Remember, cayenne is a fruit and not a peppercorn. It will not harm the stomach like black pepper.
  10. Eat healthfully; whole foods when possible. Avoid processed foods.

Q. What is wrong with my sciatic nerve?

Inner thigh pain often stems from the sciatic nerve which is suffering pressure at the lower back. In this case, the chiropractor can help. You will also need to clean bacteria up that has deposited itself in and around the kidneys--lower back area.

If you had an injury to the sciatic nerve, this will invites bacteria to settle in. If the pain continues, search out the source of bacteria. Bacteria can come in with our food and through our environment, but they can also ride along the saliva from the mouth. Bacteria can become lodged under fillings, crowns and root canals which are continually being released into the system every time we swallow. Keep mouth clean. Using a water pic with an essential oil such as tea tree oil can help reduce pathogens.

You will need to increase nutrition to help eliminate deficiencies and promote healing, keep bowels moving daily and stay hydrated. Supplementing with magnesium will help the body stay hydrated longer. Use a castor oil poultice with heat for pain relief and healing. Rest it.

Here is a product I like to help keep the bowels moving regularly https://modernmannahealth.com/collections/specific-formulas/products/copy-of-bowel-1-230cap. This can cause cramping depending on your situation, but is very effective. It will also help clean liver and gallbladder the more it is used. The other thing I like to do is use 2 tsp of vitamin C each morning to flush the system.

Putting a few drops of turpentine on the area can lift pain which will scatter bacteria and parasites away (100% pure gum turpentine only).

Q. What is up with my allergies?

There are many reasons why we get allergies. Here are a few:

  1. Digestion issues can hinder protein breakdown of our food (undigested protein in blood). Our stomach and pancreas are involved in protein breakdown. Strengthen both. Cleanse the liver and kidneys.
  2. A diet without a lot of variability.
  3. A toxic colon.
  4. The liver is not able to cleanse itself properly. Be sure to keep the system moving so bile can move out of the body. Bile is essentially waste from the blood which the liver collects. If the system doesn't move, bile doesn't get out, therefore the blood is not cleansed. Keep blood clean. Poop and drink water.
  5. Commercial dairy, eggs and meat are high in antibiotics, hormones, parasites and their eggs. All these accumulate inside the body and breed disease. Often times when a person has been on antibiotics they acquire allergies. This happens because antibiotics destroys immunity. When antibiotics come in through food, it has the same effect on the gut--destruction. Antibiotics eat good and bad bacteria and kill healthy cells, which contribute to yeast overgrowth: the more antibiotics the more yeast and fungus. Yeast and fungus, when working with our bodies, try to keep the environment free of dead things. If there is too much dead debris they struggle to keep up and become out of control.
  6. A diet high in grains, especially wheat, barely, oats and rye can have a great deal of mold, insecticide, pesticides all of which suppresses the immune system. Nuts, seeds, beans are problematic in the same way. Clean up food first.

Q. If I wanted to put alcohol on my skin, which kind would I use?

Never use isopropyl alcohol. This destroys cells and builds tumors (long story short). Use grain alcohol mixed with water for hygienic purposes. I use Vodka 80 proof with water for all cleaning and hand sanitizing. 10% vodka and 90% water put into a spray bottle. Never use bleach/chlorine for you or your pet. This too destroys cells and builds tumors because chlorine detoxifies in the body into isopropyl alcohol.