Last night I woke up in the middle of the night to a thumping sound in my inner ear. It's continued this morning. I'm assuming it's related to the lung infections I have. I just started nebulizing hydrogen peroxide yesterday and I'm wondering if that caused my ears to back up. I'm concerned that the dr. will just put me on antibiotics, but I also don't want to let this go too long and risk hearing loss. Any suggestions? Can I use hydrogen peroxide to drain the ear or is the thumping a sign of something more serious?
This is generally from the ears being plugged, but can be something as simple as wax build up. When we have a lot of ear wax and we lay on our side the wax can be compressed in the ear. They make solutions containing some type of peroxide to help clear the ears out. That and maybe a bulb syringe to help get some of the wax out may help. They also make mullein, garlic eat oils that you can find in health food stores. If it is wax build up it can take time to get it out since the wax pushes very slowly forward, so it could take time to push an impaction forward.
If it seems to be from an infection and/or inflammation then I recommend high dose pau d' arco for a week or two. The pau d' arco is both antiseptic and anti-inflammatory. I recommend a half to full teaspoon of the powder 4 times daily on an empty stomach.
I'm ordering your liver and adrenal formulas again soon and was wondering if you'd do a special order of the formula for chlamydia pneaumonia (I believe it's thyme, chapparell, etc.) Also, how long do I take this?
I keep chaparral on hand, but not the thyme or horseradish. I can probably get some at the local store. Otherwise I have to order a pound of each, which is way more than you would probably ever use.
The formula generally clears up the symptoms in a few days, but I have people take it longer to make sure all the infection is gone. One week should work. If it still feels like something is there you can safely take it longer. But the longest I have ever seen it take to work is about 3 days.
Is it in powder form? I also will be taking the eucalyptus oil in capsules. How many drops in the capsule should I take per day and how long should I take it?
The herbs would be in powder, but you can capsule them. The oil is also put in to a capsule and taken as long as you take the powders.
My grandfather has MS. He has managed it for 15 years, but it is now getting worse. He's having trouble getting up and walking now. Other than a chap/pau/andro mix what do you recommend for treatment?
MS is viral, human herpes virus type 6. First thing I recommend is antivirals such as the chaparral, andrographis and pau d' arco. And focus on building up the adrenals. After a few months of this he can start working on the myelin with lecithin, fatty acids and B12 in the form of methylcobalamin.
Here is an old post on the subject with a link to my Autoimmunity write up.
Thanks. I found the horseradish root and thyme at starwest botanicals. I'll mail in my order to you for the liver and adrenal formulas.
I also have staphylococcinum. Would taking this as well as the pau/chap/andro formula clear this up?
Internally yes. If this is a skin infection then there are things that can be applied topically.
Also, I show high levels of formaldehyde, copper, aluminum, ammonium formaldehyde, flourine, methanol, pesticides, lead, arsenic and mercury. What can I take to get rid of these?
Cleansing your liver with bitters will take are of a lot of these. Chlorella, seaweeds and pectins from fruits an vegetables all bind heavy metals. Calcium, magnesium and silica will help displace various metals. Amla berry helps o protect the DNA from heavy metal damage.
There wasn't a link to the old post/autoimmune write up. Can you share that in your reply?
It is on this post:
About Chlamydia pneumoniae, do you think chaparral, thyme, horseradish will be more efficient (I don't speak about side effects) that the combined antibiotic protocol, which seems to be the common medical answer to this problem?
CAP is metronidazole, doxycycline and azythromycin.
I chat sometimes with people that have a CP infection, or at least a high antibodies count (I know your position about these testings), and they seems to suffer a lot.
Add eucalyptus oils and yes. The big difference between these and the antibiotics is that the oils in the horseradish and thyme as well as the eucalyptus oil are all exhaled through the lungs.. So they come in to contact directly with the bacteria, and all are highly antiseptic. Chaparral does not go out the lungs, but is still a powerful antiseptic.
And about chlamydia in tissues other than the lungs?
Will this formula work?
The chaparral would work, but I would not the use other herbs for chlamydia in other tissues. And I would combine the chaparral with other antibiotic herbs such as andrographis.