[Homestead] Alternative medicine = mainstream
gabrittell at gmail.com
Fri Jan 9 14:44:27 EST 2009
Anyone with interest in curing 'incurable' diseases with natural means
needs, I think, to check out the Max Gerson MD story. His daughter has
published a series of three CD's on his therapy. Albert Schweitzer MD said
of Gerson that he was one of the greatest medical geniuses of all time,
after he had cured his daughter of lupus, his wife of tb, and himself of
diabetes using nothing but diet and some simple benign means. There is a
huge list of persons who were in their last days dying from almost all forms
of cancer who recovered and lived a full life afterwards.
I found copies of these CD's online, the first being two hours long but it
'streams' very well with a high speed connection. Crammed full with
information about nutrition and disease. Over the years, I have decided for
myself that this is one alternative treatment that is not "quackery".
> That's my biggest complaint about western medicine. It doesn't work very
> well...it's what makes "chronic" conditions "chronic". My mother takes a
> slew of pills, yet still has high blood pressure, high colesterol, etc. The
> medications are dangerous and have many bad side effects, but they just
> upping the dose (and give her Lasix to counteract the edema, and Sanctura
> control the constant peeing from the Lasix).
> The 'alternative' treatments are actually GOOD for you. They prompt your
> body and immune system to work better. They make you stronger and
> Garlic (raw, untreated) is one of the strongest antibacterial/antivirals
> known, but it doesn't harm normal stomach flora; it also stimulates your
> immune system and is anti-hypertensive, and can help regulate blood sugar.
> Amazing stuff, and you can grow all you need in your backyard. No
> pharmaceutical company has figured out how to prevent you from growing
> garlic, or how to put healthy eating or exercise or yoga in a pill, so they
> can't make money from it. As long as pharmaceutical companies run the FDA,
> alternatives will be dismissed as quackery, or even banned.
> Lynn Wigglesworth
> Tioga Co. PA
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