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CHECKLIST FOR THE TREATMENT OF INFLUENZA – 2, 3

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

Secondly, we must employ a selection of herbal medicines, such as Nephrosolid and Boldocynara, for these remedies promote increased excretion through the kidneys and liver. By taking Echinaforce we can prevent irritation and inflammation. At the beginning of the illness, the flu drops Influaforce are helpful. These drops contain Baptisia (wild indigo), Lachesis lOx, Echinaforce, Bryonia 3x (bryony), Aconitum 3x and Solidago, and have always proved effective in minimising the virulence of the infection.

Diet is very important for a flu patient. While fever is present, neither protein nor fat should be eaten. Going on a liquid juice diet for one or two days has proved to be very beneficial. Grapefruit juice, diluted bilberry (blueberry) juice, also blackcurrant juice alternated with diluted beetroot juice will be received as a blessing by the patient. The intake of liquids should be greater than under normal circumstances.

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VIRUS INFLUENZA – INTRODUCTION

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

Although the epidemics that have hit Europe again and again for some decades no longer kill as many victims as at first, we must nevertheless regard influenza as a serious disease, especially when we consider its possible after effects. For example, it can cause pneumonia, or an acute deterioration of a chronic liver condition; it may also affect the kidneys, pancreas and abdominal organs. It is also possible for the myocardium to suffer and eczema to break out. Rheumatism can result from an improperly or incompletely treated bout of flu. All these after effects can possibly be prevented if treatment is given until the cure is complete.

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INFANTILE ECZEMA – RECOMMENDED TREATMENT 2

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

The subject of nutrition brought to light an interesting discovery. The doctors reported that infantile eczema was fairly prevalent among the affluent families of Nigeria, who live according to European standards, whereas among the natives who have held on to their traditional way of life it was rare or unknown. On the basis of this finding it can be concluded that the incorrect nutrition and living habits associated with our civilisation are contributory factors to the incidence of infantile eczema.

The statement, or rather claim, that infantile eczema is an allergy does not have much support. The search for an allergen or a specific antibody will probably have little success. So why not take advantage of a natural therapy that has proved to be simple and harmless in treating infantile eczema and which, in the end, does not offer just temporary relief but in many cases results in a complete cure?

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INFANTS’ COMPLAINTS – CRADLE CAP (CRUSTA LACTEA) 4

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

A year later the mother sent us the following brief note: ‘Last year you helped us cure our little girl’s cradle cap. Thank you ever so much.’

Another letter we received from a nurse reads:

‘At the moment I am looking after two children. The boy, now 15 months old, had cradle cap last year. You sent me a calcium complex (Urticalcin), Viola tricolor and whey concentrate. Thanks to your excellent remedies the condition cleared up within a fortnight.’

In this particular case, diluted whey concentrate (Molkosan) was used to dab on the rash. Excellent results have also been achieved by dabbing on Echinaforce, a fresh plant preparation made from Echinacea. Water and soap are quite unsuitable for cradle cap and must be avoided. Instead, use oil, preferably St John’s wort oil, to cleanse the baby’s skin. It is indeed good to know that cradle cap can be successfully treated with these natural remedies, sparing the children permanent harm.

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SKIN CARE

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

For cleansing the skin it is best to use a mild, super-fatted soap, ‘baby soap’. Remember, the daily use of soap is not absolutely necessary. After bathing the baby a good skin oil should then be applied, but one that does not contain strong essential oils. One of the best is St John’s wort oil with a tiny amount of mandarine, orange or lemon oil added {Bioforce Body Oil).

It is enough to oil the baby’s whole body twice a week. The legs may be oiled every day, using St John’s wort oil. Oiling is always better than powdering, as powder blocks the pores, absorbs the urine and encourages the growth of bacteria. Experience has shown that oiling is the better way and that it also prevents sores. If redness or soreness should appear, rub the skin lightly with a good woolfat cream, either genuine lanolin or Bioforce Cream, which also contains St John’s wort oil.

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IMPORTANT OBSERVATIONS

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

In this context it is appropriate to take a closer look at the opposite method, the curbing of normal hormone production in the female body. Gynaecologists have observed that the inhibitory effect lasts only as long as the agent, for example the contraceptive pill, is taken. If a woman stops taking the ‘pill’, her body may react in such a drastic way that the end result will be multiple births. When they consider the risks of having triplets or quintuplets, some women may begin to realise the drawbacks of hormonal contraception and have second thoughts about taking the ‘pill’.

Furthermore, some doctors have found that the taking of hormone preparations like contraceptive pills can increase the risk of developing cancer. This underlines the warning to women not to commit gross offences against nature, because of the unpleasant repercussions and detrimental side effects that may result.

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NUTRITION AND EXERCISE

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

Anyone who appreciates the importance of proper nutrition will readily understand that the food of the mother-to-be should be as natural and free from additives as possible. As regards quantity, she need not eat more than she was used to before she became pregnant.

A pregnant woman should make sure to inhale plenty of oxygen to guarantee the best conditions for the child’s development. This is best achieved by undertaking activities outdoors in the fresh air, for example by taking walks through forests, woods and fields. On the other hand, busy roads and streets with a lot of traffic polluting the air should be avoided.

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DANGEROUS INFLUENCES DURING PREGNANCY

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

Nothing gives greater happiness to a woman than giving birth to a healthy baby. No young person can fully understand the meaning of parental bliss until parenthood is realised. But how great is the distress when a sickly child is born, or worse, a deformed child, perhaps with twisted limbs, hands or feet missing, or any other of those terrible deformities which, unfortunately, can occur. How terrible must be a mother’s feeling of guilt when she has to admit to herself that she might bear some or all of the blame for this calamity. Scientific research has shown that the first four to eight weeks, even the first three months of pregnancy, are the most crucial as far as harmful influences on the developing life in the womb are concerned. Some suggestions are given below on what a mother-to-be can do to best prevent abnormalities in the developing baby.

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MASTITIS (INFLAMMATION OF THE BREAST)

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

An inflammation which has been improperly treated, or not treated at all, frequently leaves nodules, or knots of cells, in the breast. This may possibly lead to breast cancer in later years. Gynaecologists are always on the alert when having to examine the breasts of patients, because breast cancer is very often detected. The breast being susceptible in this regard, it should be given more than the usual care and attention.

Inflammation of the breast can develop from a simple bruise. More frequently, however, an inflammation appears after delivery, during the period of lactation or at the time of weaning. It is imperative to treat an inflammation immediately, since lumps may form that lead to cysts. In cases where an abscess forms, it is best to let it come to a head and break open by itself. Of course, it may also be opened surgically. In either case scars will remain as the scar tissue will have lost its elasticity.

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