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anna73anna73 Member Posts: 7 Listener
I give for everyone advice....what to do and on what time.
So hard..I was lost lady..she pass away after 7 month to look after her...24/7... we been so friendly and cannot stop crying....im so lonely and found this web.

So, with dementia helps garlic and honey.
Blood problems: Red juice
Blood pressure: magnets on left hand on veins.
You can bitten cancer too if you eating tomatoes without green bids.
Natural vitamin D : carrots grated on small bids put little be sugar for activate vitamins and eating with looking sun....its best activation on vitamins and natural treatment. 
Spine : lay on floor and try put legs over your head. Spine will correct direction...where must to be

On this time on September ; so good eating a watermelon for clean kidney and urine system.

I wish for everyone best time and happy time....



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  • NystagmiteNystagmite Member Posts: 609 Pioneering
  • Sam_AlumniSam_Alumni Scope alumni Posts: 7,731 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi @anna73 though you may believe in these 'remedies' it is important that you don't attempt to advice other members in a medical way.  Thanks
    Scope
    Senior online community officer
  • anna73anna73 Member Posts: 7 Listener
    Sam.....illnesses build in your head. Your body can producing any medicine inside.....its not only doctor can help to you. 
    If im ill.....I thinking first-what I done wrong.....
    I cannot help with some army man....I know its can happend anything on war.....but Dominica-have everyone deepens.....how you are treat yourself....do you know level vitamins for Dominica?
    I pass a lots of illnesses.....and been nearly die...but a live and know what its mean.
    Hope you right treat yourself on better way
  • NystagmiteNystagmite Member Posts: 609 Pioneering
    You're still making no sense one bit.

    If "illness build in your head", then why do many of us have incurable medical problems?
  • Han_Han_ Member Posts: 154 Pioneering
    You're still making no sense one bit.

    If "illness build in your head", then why do many of us have incurable medical problems?
    Or illnesses caused by genetics? 
  • NystagmiteNystagmite Member Posts: 609 Pioneering
    Han_ said:
    You're still making no sense one bit.

    If "illness build in your head", then why do many of us have incurable medical problems?
    Or illnesses caused by genetics? 
    Exactly. Most of my medical problems are genetic, incurable, caused by medication or are caused by injury / accident.
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  • thespicemanthespiceman Member Posts: 6,408 Disability Gamechanger
    Hello I would like to make some comments.  I use medication prescribed to me by the doctors for my mental health.  Yet I agree you should never give medical advice unless you know it is true or has an effects on your well being.  I have recently talking about herbs and spices in my ramblings. The effects on well being that is the difference.  I read a lot on the web my piece on cyberphobia that I sent in.   I would never recommend to replace medication with a herb or a spice.  I am only too aware of the dangers.  In Indian and Chinese cultures herbal medicine and spices are used to help or a better word are believed to cure certain ailments.  The science behind this is becoming a interest to the medical profession.  I know and believe in some of the things I assist and ease my well being during my iilnesses that I have.  My anxiety and other mental health problems related conditions.  Which I have spoken about before.
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  • CockneyRebelCockneyRebel Member Posts: 5,257 Disability Gamechanger
    Interesting. Medicine in your head.

    Certainly a PMA will not do you any harm
    Beliving that the medicines that are prescibed (correctly) will do you no harm
    Beliving that eating a healthy, well balanced diet  will do you no harm
    Beliving that taking exercise, as apropriate, will do you no harm
    Beliving ( and doing ) giving up harmful practices will do you know harm

    These are all "medicine in your head" that will do you no harm.

    Then there are many  "alternative medicines and treatments"
     Hypnotherapy
    Herbalism
    acupunture
    Reiki
    Meditation
    Chakra meditation
    mind over matter/body
    and many more, none of which should be dismissed but due diligence should be undertaken

    There are also many things that in certain cultures may be helpful ie.
    Witchcraft, Voodoo, bloodletting, sacrfice, exorcism etc.

    And finally there is mumbo jumbo and old wives tales

    I guess that if you belive in something strongly enough it can have an effect.

    Now my meds are kicking in not sure why I wrote this but I will post anyway.

    CR
    Be all you can be, make  every day count. Namaste
  • MarkmywordsMarkmywords Member Posts: 421 Pioneering
    I think anna73 is heading for a ban if this irresponsible behaviour continues.

    Not only is it delusional nonsense but it is effectively victim blaming. We don't need that sort of toxicity here.

    Not being a fluent English speaker nor potential mental health problems are any justification for permitting it either.

    @Sam_Scope is on the case though :smile:
  • Sam_AlumniSam_Alumni Scope alumni Posts: 7,731 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi @anna73

    A few of our guidelines you may want to read:

    Please be careful about sharing information:

    • Always check that information you get is correct and appropriate. 
    • Don’t present opinions as facts. 
    • Share only trusted resources. 
    When you signed up with the community, you agreed to:
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    • post inaccurate, deceptive, defamatory, abusive, offensive, pornographic, racist, sexist, violent, obscene, discriminatory, threatening, hateful or otherwise inappropriate or illegal material, or to post material which will constitute a criminal offence or give rise to civil liability;
    • post medical advice, or accept medical advice posted;

    Read more at Terms and Conditions and Community Guidelines
    Scope
    Senior online community officer
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