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COLDS – FOODS THAT BUILD UP RESISTANCE TO COLDS

December 29th, 2009

Foods rich in calcium should be on your menu without fail. Eat carrots every day. Include kohlrabi (turnip cabbage) tops in your diet when they are in season; serve similar vegetables where kohlrabi is not grown. Celery leaves and roots (celeriac), white turnips, swedes, parsnips and the like are also good because of their high calcium content Read More...

COLDS – DURING A CHANGE OF SEASON 3

December 29th, 2009

You can see that it is not at all surprising that we need to be much more careful during the change of seasons than in the depths of winter, since we become chilled much more quickly when the body is still attuned to the warmth of sunny autumn days. Therefore, do not be tempted to sit down to your work in the morning without having taken some vigorous exercise previously Read More...

LEUCORRHOEA AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT

December 29th, 2009

Knowing the origin of the trouble, we can successfully fight back if we use lactic acid. Women afflicted by this condition would do well to use Molkosan (whey concentrate), since its natural lactic acid content has indeed proved its worth as a disinfectant and antiseptic douche. Douching with an infusion of camomile and 3—4 soupspoons of Molkosan added to every litre (2 pints) of liquid, has given good results Read More...

LEUCORRHOEA AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT – DIAGNOSIS

December 29th, 2009

Leucorrhoea is the result of catarrh (inflammation of the mucous membranes) and, as such, we should make every effort to cure it properly. This is of great importance because it is an uncomfortable condition and weakens the body. As with any other inflammation of the mucous membranes, we should persevere in the treatment until it has completely cleared up Read More...

HAY FEVER

December 29th, 2009

It is certainly miserable to suffer from hay fever while those less allergic to pollen take full delight in the beauty of flowers and blossoms. To make things worse, once an attack has started it is difficult to stop it quickly. In fact, it is generally too late to find relief. In order to check the development of hay fever, it is necessary to begin treatment early, no later than February Read More...

THE TREATMENT OF SORE THROATS – ADDITION

December 29th, 2009

Additionally, however, it is necessary to combat the disease from within the body by taking a calcium preparation (Urticalcin) and Lachesis 12x. For external treatment apply cabbage leaf and clay poultices in alternation. The clay for the poultice should be made into a paste using horsetail tea. Poultices of grated horseradish mixed with soft white cheese (quark) can also be used; these are stronger and especially effective Read More...

SORE THROATS

December 29th, 2009

It is a fact that a sore throat, if not correctly treated or completely cured, can have serious consequences that may do permanent injury to one's health. This particularly applies to severe sore throats such as those caused by Vincent's angina, laryngitis or tonsillitis. The toxins of an improperly treated sore throat can cause an inflammation of the middle ear, rheumatic fever and arthritis Read More...

INFLAMMATION OF THE EAR (OTITIS)

December 29th, 2009

An earache should never be taken lightly as serious illness can result from it. First of all, apply a poultice to the neck; even if it is only onions the effect will be beneficial. Do not use chemist's ear drops; rather, go on a fruit diet and avoid all highly seasoned and heavy foods for a few weeks Read More...

SIMPLE REMEDIES FOR EYE PROBLEMS

December 29th, 2009

It is a proven fact that a carrot juice diet has a favourable effect on the eyes on account of the provitamin A carrots contain. Anything that stimulates the circulation and the supply of blood to the eyes helps to improve their efficiency, and this is where carrot juice is most beneficial. If raw carrots are not available, use condensed carrot juice (Biocarottin) instead Read More...

TAKING CARE OF THE EYES 3

December 29th, 2009

The unnatural strain of artificial light, which we impose on our eyes year after year, will no longer bother us if we adapt our daily routine to the coming and going of daylight. This is the natural order of things established by God and the more we set ourselves against it, the more our eyes will tire and suffer Read More...