Where do I start…

June 20, 2007 at 12:44 am

I have studied wholistic health for 37 years, am a Reiki master, and do reflexology, kinesiology, and iridology. This kept me out of the hospital when I had GBS. I took MSM when my breathing got difficult, adrenal extract,16 grams of vitamin C, 400 mg of B complex. I watched to see where the pain was in my hands as the GBS got worse and it corresponded diretly to what was happening. I knew if I went to the hospital that they would not allow the supplements and I would get more paralyzed.
I take 100 mg of Coq10 twice a day. I do not take lecithin because I have read that it is usually rancid. Perhaps they have improved on this.
I won’t go into the rest of the stuff I take, but I have avoided the pain that most people with GBS experience so I am doing something right. If you read my old posts, it will tell you more. If you are really interested in learning more, I shall be glad to talk to you over the phone. The body gives us signs as to what it needs…..clouds on fingernails is a zinc deficiency, whistle marks are a B deficiency, sunny days hurt your eyes is a B deficiency, feet stink, take zinc, etc
Elderberry is good for fighting bacteria as well as viruses. Some herbs worked as well as antibiotics in recent studies. Doctors know so very little because they are not taught it. A doctor friend told me he had four hours of it…I am sure that now they are teaching it a little more. I just can’t figure out why they don’t study it as I did. They don’t even know to find out a patient’s blood type – that makes all the difference. Different bloodtypes come down with different disease and their diets should be different. I am an O and this means a meat eater. A’s are healthier being a vegetarian. What doctor ever asked you this? This is what I first ask people that I work with.
Let me know if I can help.