There are an almost uncountable number of brands of pain relievers on the medical market. Were pain due to a drug deficiency, they might have more to offer. I am not in favor of pain except as a warning. Pain is often our wake-up call to action, when our bodies need to get a message to
Not the kind you wear. The kind you watch 🙂 These are the first four in Andrew’s series of short videos that are posted to Facebook and Youtube.
As a child, there was nothing I liked about going to the dental dispensary, with the possible exception of the large tropical fish aquarium in the waiting room. This was a distraction to what was coming: three hours in a vast hall containing a double line of black dental chairs and a matching double line
50,000 to 100,000 milligrams a day “greatly arrests the activity of the cancer” (OMNS, Sept 16, 2016) You can’t always judge a book by its cover, and that goes for magazines as well. The 6 Sept 2016 issue of Japan’s edition of NEWSWEEK contains a very important, very positive article on intravenous vitamin C against
If Dracula were an old woman, he would have sounded a lot like Mrs. Kelremor. But there was no other physical resemblance. Just shy of eighty, this middle-European immigrant lady had been a housekeeper for decades. Overweight, bent over, worn out and weighted down with cares, she came to see me primarily because of osteoarthritis. It was
Clinical evidence confirms vitamin C’s powerful antiviral/antibiotic effect against pneumonia when used in sufficient quantity. Robert F. Cathcart, MD, successfully treated pneumonia with up to 200,000 milligrams of vitamin C daily. (1,2) One can, to a significant extent, simulate an IV of vitamin C by taking it by mouth very, very often. When I had pneumonia,
Bob Dylan sung “everybody must get stoned,” but actually, you don’t have to. Of course I’m talking oxalate kidney stones, and their mythical relation to vitamin C. The vitamin C-caused kidney stone is an hallucination. It does not exist. No scientific evidence exists that C causes stones. That vitamin C raises oxalate levels, yes. But