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Paralysis is 100% cured with homeopathy medicines if patient comes to doctor within 24 to 72 hours after attack
दबे हुए लक्षण कितने घातक हो सकते हे !!!
ममता यादव 35 साल उम्र,निवासी - कालवाड़(जयपुर) ,दिसम्बर2014 में दिखाने आई सर्दी होकर बहुत तेज बुखार आया अंग्रेजी दवा इंजेक्शन से तुरंत बुखार ठीक हो गया ,बुखार उतरने के 3 घंटे बाद ही शरीर में चीटिया सी चलने लग गयी और मुह टेड़ा ,गले से आवाज आना बंद हो गई और एक तरफ के हाथ -पैर सुन हो गए लकवा आगया पेशाब अपने आप निकल रहा था
लक्षण के आधार पर होमियोपैथी दवा शुरू की और दवा देने के 2 घंटे बाद पेशाब कंट्रोल होगया फिर चीटिया चलना बंद,12 घंटे बाद धीरे -धीरे आवाज और हाथ-पैर में हलचल शुरू हुआ
तीन दिन बाद यह मरीज का लकवा सब बीमारी तो पूरी तरह ठीक होगये पर दबे हुए लक्षण वापसी आने लग गए और फिर दवा से दबे हुए लक्षण भी ठीक हो गए
10 दिन बाद मरीज खुद चल कर आया
I have cured Paralysis within 3 days.
I am 28 years old suffering from wheat allergy from last 3 years & pregnant by this month. What should I do. Is pregnancy possible & is there any affect of this on my child.?
I am taking only selected boil food only with rice only. The 70% food are allergic to me. Please reply why energy for particular food only.
My wife is suffering from drug allergy. History: we are married for 24 years. Within one year of marriage a child was born. At that time she was all right. Later within a year, she showed first signs of drug allergy when was given some antibiotics during fever. Initially, she had itching and rashes followed by sudden collapse and fainting. She showed no signs of epileptic conditions, but remained unconscious for one to two hours. It took days to recover. Her main problem seemed to be heaviness of head. She was shown to an allergy specialist who advised allergy test. The test report showed that the had violent drug allergy in most of the life saving drugs. Initially she used to respond to cetzine and pednisolone. Now even cetzine reccts. Pednisolone has not been tried recently on her. For nearly 22 years the patient is surviving literally without medicine. As an alternate medicine we tried homoeopathy and ayurveda. These drugs though not instantly violent as the allopathy drugs, but gradually reacted. She felt exasperated in her sleep, her wind pipe was chocked. Now even for miner ailments we do not know what to do. Under the circumstances, I request you to advice remedy and if any new treatment /drug for such patients are available anywhere in india. She did not have any such problem before marriage. Her doctor says there is no treatment for such disease in the world. Please advice.
Asthma, a condition often labeled as incurable and chronic can be cured if treated with Homeopathic medicines. Cases of recent origin and those affecting children have shown encouraging curative results and chronic, advanced cases experience noticeable reduction in the intensity and reoccurrence of the attacks.
If you are heavily dependant on bronchodilators or inhalers Homeopathic treatment will help you fight the precipitating factors (allergen), thereby making you less dependant on those medications.
Conditions such as poor resistance to climatic changes, recurrent colds / sinusitis and atopic dermatitis (skin affection) can be effectively cured during the course of the treatment.
How do we achieve this?
A holistic or a constitutional approach in which a remedy capable of influencing the following factors is prescribed:
Person’s family history (genetic predisposition)
Personal health history (sensitivity to allergens)
Body type (obesity and immune status)
Present status of all physical symptoms (intensity & frequency of the asthma attacks)
Any emotional aggravating factor
This individualistic approach helps in overall improvement of the condition and relieves any other condition associated with asthma.
According to Alan Pressman, PhD: "Gluten is a protein, and it can be found in wheat, rye, and barley. Many people are allergic to it, and millions of people are sensitive to it. It can trigger all sorts of inflammatory responses in your intestinal track and entire body. It creates chronic inflammation throughout the body, and if you are sensitive or allergic to it can cause a 72 percent increased risk of death. That's pretty serious business"
She is having wheat allergy is their any treatment for this? whenever she eat any item having wheat she feels very low. Is their any specialist for this allergy so that we can consult.
Your Weight May Change
Regardless of whether you start out underweight or overweight, your weight likely will trend toward normal levels once you're diagnosed with celiac disease.And being following gluten free diet.
While many people think all new celiacs are underweight, studies have shown that most are a normal weight, while many are overweight. For example, one study found about 61% of newly diagnosed celiacs were considered normal weight, 17% were underweight for their height, and 22% were overweight or obese.
Following their diagnoses, the underweight patients tended to gain weight, while the overweight and obese patients tended to lose weight. The normal weight celiacs tended to stay at a normal weight.
Therefore, if you're overweight or underweight at diagnosis, you can expect to see your weight tend to normalize as a side effect of the gluten-free diet. However, if you indulge in too many gluten-free snack foods (which tend to be high in calories and low in nutrition), you could find yourself packing on a few unwanted pounds. So be careful.
You May React Badly to Gluten Cross-Contamination.
When you were eating gluten every day, you likely didn't react to individual instances of gluten ingestion. However, once you remove it from your diet, you may find your body reacts somewhat violently to gluten cross-contamination in your food. Or to a bite of that gluten-filled cake that you simply couldn't resist. This is one of the most surprising gluten-free diet side effects.
A reaction to gluten in your food may come quickly (within a half-hour in some cases), or it may not appear until the next day or even later. Your digestive symptoms may come in the form of diarrhea, constipation, abdominal pain, reflux, gas or even vomiting. Meanwhile, you may also experience other symptoms, including fatigue, joint pain, brain fog and even bouts of depression due to gluten.
All this from a crumb? Yes, our bodies' somewhat strenuous reactions to gluten-containing foods can be a bit startling, once you've gone gluten-free.
Still, don't be alarmed if you get these recurrent symptoms ? and take a look at my tips for recovering from an accidental glutening. Once you can function again, take a look at your diet to see where you may be getting hidden gluten
Coeliac disease is not a food allergy or a food intolerance. It is an autoimmune disease. The immune system makes white blood cells (lymphocytes) and antibodies to protect against foreign objects such as bacteria, viruses, and other germs. In an autoimmune disease, the immune system mistakes part or parts of the body as foreign. Other autoimmune diseases include type 1 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and some thyroid disorders.
The lining of the small intestine contains millions of tiny tube-shaped structures called villi. These help food and nutrients to be digested more effectively into the body. But, in people with coeliac disease, the villi become flattened as a result of the inflammation. This means that food and nutrients are not so readily digested by the body.
Who does coeliac disease affect?
Coeliac disease affects about 1 in 100 people in the UK. Anyone, at any age, can develop coeliac disease. It is a condition that used to be associated with young children. However, it is now much more commonly diagnosed in adults. It is most commonly diagnosed in people aged between 50 and 69. About 1 in 4 cases are first diagnosed in people aged over 60.
Coeliac disease often runs in families. If you have a close family member who has coeliac disease (a brother, sister, parent or child) then you have a 1 in 10 chance of developing coeliac disease. It is also more common in people who have other autoimmune diseases - for example, some thyroid diseases, rheumatoid arthritis and type 1 diabetes.
With the endless choices on the store shelves it?s hard to know which to choose. Butter vs. Margarine, extra virgin olive oils, refined oils like vegetable and canola.
There is evidence pointing in the direction that it isn?t animal fats causing our epidemic levels of heart disease, but vegetable oils. Research is showing that butter consumption at the turn of the century was about 18 lbs per person per year and the use of vegetable oils was non existent. Cancer and heart disease were rare. Today butter consumption is just above 4 lbs per person per year while the use of vegetable oils and refined oils has soared.
What are refined oils and which ones should you avoid?
Definition: An oil has been refined by using chemicals that are harmful to us. In short it means to ?purify?. But the meaning of purify has many definitions. It may mean the oil was treated with acid, or purified with an alkali, or bleached. It can also be neutralized, filtered or deodorized. All of which require chemicals like Hexane!
Click here for a look into HOW oil gets refined.
In the process of making and refining these types of oils, it leads to PUFas (rancid polyunsaturated fatty acids) which DO NOT hold up well to high heats. In the process of being extracted from the seed these oils oxidize and turn into trans fats. The smell is so rancid that a cleaning process has to take place using bleach to deodorize it.
But most of all AVOID Hydrogenated oils (Crisco and margarine) ~ This is one of the most dangerous products on the market today! It has actually been BANNED in 2 European countries, but not ours.
Hydrogenated oil is made by forcing hydrogen gas into oil as high pressure. The more solid the oil is the more hydrogenated, such as margarine and Crisco or lard. When hydrogenated oils are made the healthy fats are converted into a new type of fat, known as trans fat. This is the one subject that you will find an overwhelming agreement from Doctors, scholars, and scientists alike. Trans fats should be avoided while healthy fats (found in olive oil, nuts and avocados) should be eaten.
Trans fats are so bad for you, the FDA estimated approximately 95% of prepared cookies, 100% of crackers and 80% of frozen breakfast products contained trans fats [Govt Publishing Office] Now that trans fats have to be labeled on products, most companies have removed them from their products. Sneaky, huh?
The problem now isn?t our own kitchens, but what if we dine out? How do we know what restaurants are using? Well California?s governor recently signed legislation to phase out trans fats from restaurants and baked goods in bakeries [Natl Conference of State Legislatures]. (Too bad I don?t live in CA) and New York city became the largest city in the nation to demand restaurants, cafeterias and schools go trans free.
The best advice I can give is to ASK. I ask everytime we go out now if the dressing coming with the salad is homemade or store bought. I ask what types of oils they use when they cook. I ask where they get their vegetables. Don?t turn a deaf ear. Most restaurants will put the bottom line (their profits) over your health. I hate to say that, but it?s true.
So which oils are safe then?
One hundred years ago, heart disease was virtually unknown. Today, two-thirds of US citizens develop heart disease. Something has clearly gone wrong with the way we are living, and one of the main factors may well be the introduction of refined, over-processed, devitalized oils.”[i]
~Dr. Dane Roubos, B.Sc., D.C.
When you shop at the supermarket and buy conventional, non-organic produce or pre-packaged foods, you risk being exposed to a multitude of poisons in minute quantities.
Most conventional packaged foods have been so processed that all the natural vitamins, minerals and life force have been stripped away, leaving you with virtual “non-foods,” which then require artificial flavorings and colorings to be palatable. Instead of eating these food substitutes, (known in the industry as “designer foods”). I suggest you buy only natural foods, preferably organic. Additionally, there are a few specific processed foods that ought to be entirely eliminated from your diet, because they cause harm to the body.
Highly Processed Oils
Nearly all oils carried by conventional supermarkets have been processed to such a degree that your health will be compromised if you ingest them on a regular basis. The refining process usually includes using a chemical solvent (often hexane) for extraction of the oil, and very high temperatures (of over 400 degrees) for processing and deodorizing. The
resulting oil—often colorless and nearly tasteless—is packed with newly formed trans fatty acids, which are known to raise cholesterol levels in the blood and cause metabolic disorders such as cancer and arthritis. Oils easily go rancid, especially when stored in clear bottles; rancidity also contributes to health problems. When these oils are used for cooking, even more trans fatty acids are created, making a potentially hazardous meal!
The alternative is to buy “expeller pressed,” unrefined, organic oils. Expeller-pressed means the oil has been extracted mechanically rather than via heat. Look for the word “unrefined” on the label, indicating that the oil has not been subjected to high heat and thus retains its full flavor. Even expeller pressed, organic oils are subject to rancidity, so buy those which come in dark bottles whenever possible (the darker bottle shields the oil from light oxidation more than a clear bottle does).
In my opinion, the best oils for recipes and salads are olive and sesame. For cooking, unrefined coconut oil (hard at room temperature) is the best. You read that right! Coconut oil has gotten a bad rap, mostly because the soybean industry managed to convince the public through a massive advertising campaign that heat or chemical processed coconut oil contributes to high cholesterol. However, expeller pressed coconut oil is a fantastic oil that can tolerate high cooking temperatures and it offers numerous health benefits. It can kill viruses that cause influenza, hepatitis C, measles, herpes and even AIDS, as well as bacteria, fungi and yeast, while boosting energy and improving digestion.[ii] Flaxseed oil, because of its high omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acid content, is also excellent for salads and baked goods, but never use this oil for cooking (see the Supplement chapter for more information about flax oil, and the Appendix for how I use it on most of my food).
I am suffering with uncontrolled cough. I am having sum dust elergy. Give me your suggestion what to do or what medicine I have to use. Presently using medicine ketotif and budecart inhaler.
It is no secret that our bodies and our environment are swimming in estrogen. Puberty is occurring as early as eight years old in children and recently babies in China have developed breasts. Frogs and fish are becoming "intersex" and losing their male characteristics from excreted estrogens in the environment and waterways. In England, the Daily Mail ran a feature on the phenomenon of women's bra cup sizes increasing independent of their weights, likely because of environmental and livestock chemicals. The website Green Prophet speculated that women in the Middle East are not yet experiencing cup inflation because their environments have not become similarly estrogenized.
While many people are fans of big boobs, the larger issue of feminized women, men and wildlife should be a wakeup call. Estrogen is blamed for everything from breast and prostate cancer and other hormone-linked conditions to obesity, sexual dysfunction, dropping sperm counts and depression and mood disorders. In studies of women given prescribed hormone drugs, estrogen was linked to lung cancer, ovarian cancer, skin cancer, gall bladder cancer, cataracts urinary incontinence and joint degeneration.
Most of us know we unwittingly get synthetic estrogens (endocrine disrupters) from plastics like BPA, petroleum based products, detergents, cosmetics, furniture, carpeting, thermal receipts and on our food from agriculture chemicals like pesticides, herbicides and fungicides (a good reason to buy organic). But we also get a lot of "natural" estrogens from foods we may eat every day. While these "phytoestrogens" are not as bad as synthetic chemicals, women who are plagued with PMS, fibrocystic disease and water retention, or who are at risk for breast cancer and men who do not want to be feminized may want to use them moderately.
Here are some "good" and "bad" foods that have more estrogen than you may realize?or want.
Flax and especially flax meal has the image of being a healthy superfood. But when you look at a list of the top phytoestrogen-containing foods, flax and flax products are at the very top. A hundred grams of flax packs an astounding 379,380 micrograms of estrogen compared with 2.9 micrograms for a fruit like watermelon. Flax is now widely found in baked goods like bread, bagels and muffins, snack foods, cereals, pasta, drink mixes and used in poultry, swine, beef and dairy cow feed.
It became a popular alternative to fish oil which had been promoted to improve mood, the immune systems and to prevent heart attacks and strokes, especially as concerns about mercury risks in some fish surfaced. A tablespoon of flaxseed oil, which contains alpha-linolenic acid (also found in walnuts and some oils) is "worth" about 700 milligrams of the omega-3 found in fish oil says the Harvard Medical School Family Health Guide. Flax also provides fiber, a substance lacking in our over-processed diets. But there is another reason it may not be the superfood it appears besides its estrogen wallop. Like so many edible plants today, genetically modified versions of flax are rampant, spreading and rarely labeled. Buyer beware.
What is the second highest phytoestrogen-containing food in most lists? Soy, which packs 103,920 micrograms of estrogen per 100 grams. Low in calories and with no cholesterol, soy has been a mainstay protein of many cultures for centuries and is considered nature's perfect alternative to meat by many vegetarians and vegans. It has been hailed as a "good" estrogen that could prevent breast cancer and serve as an alternative for hormone replacement therapy, traditionally made from pregnant mare urine.
Yet the bloom has partially fallen off soy's rose. Its possible cancer prevention properties were called into question after some animal studies and groups like the American Cancer Society found themselves defending its moderate use. Like flax, unlabeled GMO soybeans dominate the market and have been linked to sterility and infant death in hamsters.
3. Other Legumes and Common Health Foods
Other "healthy" foods like flax and soy may have more estrogen than you think. Legumes like chickpeas (garbanzo beans) red beans, black-eyed peas, green peas and split peas are also estrogenic and black beans pack 5,330 micrograms of estrogen per 100 grams. Hummus (from chickpeas) has 993 micrograms of estrogen per 100 grams. How about the "healthful" seeds we think of as mingled in trailmix? Sesame and sunflower seeds are among the highest of all estrogenic foods. While their seeds are not a staple of most people's diets, their oils are widely used in processed and prepared foods. A site for women suffering from the estrogen-linked endometriosis advises against sunflower oil as well as safflower, cottonseed and canola oils and recommends only olive or grapeseed oil.
Other ingredients that can amount to a side dish of estrogen are alfalfa sprouts, licorice and the flavorings red clover and fennel, sometimes found in teas. Food ingredients in personal care products can also have estrogenic effects. Tea tree oil found in some shampoos, soaps and lotions can enlarge the breasts of boys reported ABC news. And sore and tender breasts have also been reported from using a shampoo with pomegranate.
4. Animal Products
On most lists of products containing estrogen, animal products like milk and beef are at the very bottom. Milk, for example, is said to provide 1.2 micrograms of estrogen per 100 grams. Unfortunately, most "research" that assures the public that hormones used in meat production or milk production (like Monsanto's rBGH) result in less estrogen are funded by Big Ag. Two features betray the Big Ag-funded research ?it claims there is no difference between hormones that occur "naturally" in the human body and synthetic hormones, and it claims there are no residues of the latter. If synthetic hormones are so safe, why would we mind residues? The European Union disagrees about the dangers and boycotts US beef, which is swimming in the hormones oestradiol-17, trenbolone acetate, zeranol and melengestrol.
As for "no residues" a scientific paper called "Detection of Six Zeranol Residues in Animal-derived Food by HPLC-MS/MS" disputes the claim. Zeranol, an estrogen-like drug widely used in US livestock production is especially controversial. "Our laboratory has reported that long-term exposure to either Z [zeranol] or E2 [estradiol-17?] can induce transformation of human breast epithelial MCF-10A cells" says a 2009 paper in Anticancer Research.Translation: it can contribute to breast cancer: "The proper evaluation of the safety of Z [zeranol] is of both public health and economic importance"Another paper reports "breast irritation" in people exposed to nothing but the clothing of those working around zeranol. This is an ingredient used in US meat?
A paper which appeared in Science of the Total Environment examines the outbreak of precocious puberty and breast development of children in Italy and Puerto Rico in the late 1970s and 1980s and attributes the symptoms to zeranol-like "anabolic estrogens in animal foods" In both occurrences, the symptoms disappeared when the hormone-laced food was removed. Zeranol is found in meat, eggs and dairy products "through deliberate introduction of zeranol into livestock to enhance meat production" says the paper. It is "banned for use in animal husbandry in the European Union and other countries, but is still widely used in the US. Surprisingly, little is known about the health effects of these mycoestrogens, including their impact on puberty in girls, a period highly sensitive to estrogenic stimulation"