What I would take if …
I am not a doctor. This does not prohibit me from writing what I would take myself, if I felt weak, inflamed, or discomfort in certain parts of my body. I am selling nothing listed here, and nothing works for everybody. A low dose for one person may be a high dose for another person. These things are safe and effective for me, with caution, but they may not be for you.
Some of them may reduce or enhance the effects of prescription pharmaceuticals.
See a physician, before you take anything to prevent, treat, or cure any illness.
N.B. I am not offering any of these. Do your own research.
|If I had pain or problems here,||What I would take:
Food, herb, or supplements
|General pain (inflammation)||
devil’s claw, ginger, cannabis (CBD oil), white willow bark, queen of the meadow (for pain in the joints), red (chili) pepper, kratom, DMSO externally (with caution), turmeric, kava, feverfew (headache), change of eating habits, skipping certain foods (sugar, dairy, and wheat), DL-phenylalanine (with L-glutamine, both in the morning on an empty stomach), natural pain killers, exercise to relieve back pain
|Eyes||blueberry, eyebright (Euphrasia officinale), carotenoids (orange and leafy green vegetables), vitamin C (citrus fruit), Bates method, Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby and micro-current, Dr. Edward Kondrot and other methods, pinkeye remedies (fennel, garlic, horsetail, coriander, …), nutrients, Dr. Andrew Weil|
|Lungs, respiratory system||ginger, thyme, eucalyptus (externally), licorice (benefits), peppermint, pine needles and bark, rhodiola, herbs for the lungs, nutrition, essential oils|
|Bones, joints||dark green leafy vegetables (magnesium), cayenne, ginger, calcium, vitamin D3, vitamin K2, protein, sunshine (without sunburn), exercise (resistance, such as bicycling, swimming, or weightlifting), to prevent gout|
|Heart, cardiovascular system||dark green leafy vegetables (magnesium), flaxseeds, hawthorn, garlic, niacin (vitamin B3), herbs for the heart, arteries & GreenMedInfo, other|
|Nerves, depression, cognition||dark green vegetables (magnesium), omega-3 oils (flaxseeds, walnuts, chia seeds, sardines), citrus fruit (vitamin C), berries, green tea, cacao, rosemary, ginger, rhodiola, passionflower, ginkgo biloba, mistletoe, St. John’s wort, ashwaghanda, gotu kola, mucuna, vitamin B3 (niacin), vitamin B, huperzine, other, brain function questionnaire, lithium orotate, theanine|
|Prostate enlargement||stinging nettle (natural aromatase inhibitor), licorice, pumpkin seeds, kelp, bladderwrack, iodine (food-grade in minute doses of 1-3 drops in a glass of water), Pygeum africanum bark, he shou wu (a Chinese mushroom, available in powder, with zinc), maca, damiana, horny goat weed; restricting both estrogen-containing foods (tofu, flaxseeds, hummus, …) and certain omega-three foods (flaxseeds, …), zinc|
|Skin||licorice, chickweed, comfrey (externally), neem (externally), aloe vera (externally), tea tree (externally), castor oil (externally), herbs for the skin,|
|Kidneys||pomegranate, cranberries, dandelion, vitamin C, avoid what damages|
|Digestive system||cayenne, fermented foods, such as apple cider vinegar (teaspoon in a smoothie) or raw sauerkraut, ginger, slippery elm, fennel, salt|
|Tumors, cancer||intravenous vitamin C, citrus fruit (vitamin C), Gerson method, Hoxsey formula, Essiac tea, mistletoe, CBD oil (Rick Simpson), pancreatic enzymes (proteolytic enzymes), sweet wormwood (Artemesîa annua), mistletoe, noni, apricot seeds (laerile = vitamin B17 in small quantities), black walnut hulls, clove, frankincense, dandelion, ginger, graviola (soursop = annonaceous acetogenins), reishi, milk thistle, slippery elm, hyperbaric oxygen, castor oil packs, medicinal mushrooms (chaga, …), activated charcoal, medical cannabis, chokeberry|
|Diarrhea||blueberries, psyllium, vitamin C, slippery elm, ginger, activated charcoal (if severe or due to food poisoning)|
|Infertility||folate (dark green leafy vegetables), zinc (pumpkin seeds, he shou wu, oysters), iodine (kelp, bladderwrack, algae), garlic, raspberry fruit or leaf, string beans, damiana, chaste berry, nettle, hawthorn, garlic, frankincense, ginkgo biloba, dang gui (dong quai), ashwaghanda, saw palmetto, ginseng & pine (testosterone), cacao, reduction of chronic inflammation, adequate sleep and hydration|
|Sluggish thyroid (cold hands and sensitivity to cold)||iodine (from food or one or two drops of food-grade iodine, such as Lugol’s iodine), selenium (Brazil nuts), iron, B12, vitamin D, thiamin (B1), and magnesium|
|Insomnia||mashed sweet potatoes, raw honey, passionflower, herbs & supplements|
|Arthritis||honey, omega-three-containing foods, change in eating habits, blood type O?, green tea, dark leafy greens, fatty fish, nuts, olive oil, garlic and onions, aromatherapy course|
|Anxiety||B vitamins, apple cider vinegar (potassium), hemp seeds & sardines (omega-three), vitamin D, lithium Fanine, taurine, MSM (sulfur)|
|Headache||water, increase blood flow to the brain: beets, citrus, walnuts, help seeds, blueberries, pomegranate,|
|Food poisoning||activated charcoal|
|Infection||colloidal silver (externally or internally), chlorine dioxide (internally, a few drops per hour with water)|
If I were ill and were not sure of the cause. I would also read the advice of Dr. Nishal Ramnunan about common diseases and natural treatments.
Aromatase inhibitors block the conversion of testosterone to estrogen. If my testosterone were low, I would eat more foods with natural aromatase inhibitors, including artichoke, lemons, limes, parsley, broccoli, kale, carrot, green tea, oats, radishes, mushrooms, and others.