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Lymphatic Calcification -- The Root Cause of ALL Illness...

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posted on Jun, 19 2016 @ 04:00 PM
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a reply to: Agartha

A lot of doctors fail to keep up on the research once they start practicing.

For example Vitamin K2 has only recently been studied and the research is showing how critical it is in the management of calcium in the body.
My mum has had osteoarthritis & my friend over the last year could barely walk as he said his legs felt like stone, he also had problems with kidney stones which we know is a calcification process. Neither of their doctors had recommended K2 for the management of their conditions.
Both have been taking them daily for the last 6 months, my mums hands are almost as strong as they've ever been and my friend now jogs up my stairs.




posted on Jun, 19 2016 @ 04:05 PM
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originally posted by: mclarenmp4
a reply to: Agartha

A lot of doctors fail to keep up on the research once they start practicing.


And lots of doctors do, I have worked with doctors that could have been better but most doctors I've worked with were incredible. Health professionals are required by law to update their knowledge and skills regularly.

Doctors don't know it all, nobody does, but they definitely know more than a person who is not qualified to practice medicine.



posted on Jun, 19 2016 @ 04:09 PM
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Another example in how wrong doctors are getting it.

Again my mum was on PPI's for nearly 20 years and had been on heartburn OTC medication for years prior, safe to say my mum has suffered chronic heartburn for most of her adult life. They were always treating it as too much acid.
It was the complete opposite, she was suffering from a too alakaline stomach and constant h.pylori infections which results in the stomach having too little acid.
I got my mum on hydrochloric acid and digestive enzymes, made her stomach more acidic and took her off her PPI's, she hasn't had heartburn ever since and she can now break down food into nutrients and so she is much healthier then she has ever been at the ripe old age of 77.
I created a thread about it a while back.

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Jun, 19 2016 @ 04:21 PM
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originally posted by: angeldoll


The OP wanted to share some experiments and research she's done, and it has turned into the usual insulting, ego ridden "I know more than you do" conversation. Blah. Except for Agartha, who obviously does know more than anybody else, and seems to be well intentioned.


A diagnosis of MI does not refer to the IQ.

/out Have your bash fest



No.
In no way did I try to say I know better. I think people who went to medical school know better- I think it is DANGEROUS to encourage people to believe they can figure out biology and medicine on their own.

This isn't about EGO- it is about social conscience. Frankly, I don't know how you can live with encouraging such a thing.



posted on Jun, 19 2016 @ 04:31 PM
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There are and I'm extremely grateful to those that make the up to date research available. The video I posted on the previous page from Dr Berg is an amazing guy and would recommend everyone to subscribe to him.
I find pubmed is a treasure trove of peer reviewed studies and they often collate data on specific research that is very useful. My dad was diagnosed with prostate cancer and we have often heard about how cannabis cures cancer and it's generally been believed in the scientific community as bunk science.
So I had a plan for my dad in terms of diet to stop the increase of the cancer and then find some method for reducing the cancer.
So he is on a ketogenic diet as glucose is the primary fuel for cancer and our healthy cells can metabolise both glucose and ketones.
So I searched pubmed for research on cannabis plant and prostate cancer and they had already collated research on that subject and there was loads of studies that showed that on prostate cancer treatment endocanabanoids do decrease cell viability in the cancer.
Pubmed



posted on Jun, 19 2016 @ 04:33 PM
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I assure you this IS happening to me whether you believe me or not. All of what I have said are theories based on the actions and reactions I have felt and perceived in my body. I feel it when the fluid goes to my legs when I stand up. I feel it when a lymph bursts and fluid floods to my colon and then my legs -- it makes my legs feel heavier and changes my center of balance and puts pressure on my colon. I feel it when I lay down and it rushes to my stomach, back or side, and we ALL feel it when it rushes to our heads when we go upside down...

I feel it when the node in the solar plexus sends fluid or material to my tonsil and sinuses. I feel it when a blockage clears. And the more it clears the better I feel and more healthier I feel. I assure you I am very clear headed right now. More than I have ever been...
edit on 19-6-2016 by AsherahoftheSea because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 19 2016 @ 04:49 PM
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I am sorry Agartha. *I* personally do not know what is toxic and what isn't, I just speculate that anything that Grapefruit interacts with adversely is toxic cause of what is going on with me. Certainly doctors do know certain things about the toxicity of certain chemicals and substances. AND YES, I KNOW that EVERYTHING is a chemical -- even water. I suspect a lot of us are being poisoned slowly by our food and we don't know it...



posted on Jun, 19 2016 @ 04:57 PM
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a reply to: AsherahoftheSea

I believe you, 100%. i for years suffered with anxiety, depression, panic attacks after being a regular confident human being.
Doctors could do nothing for 10 years and i was close to ending it as I was becoming agoraphobic and was the lowest I had ever been.
Without going to great detail, I ended up doing a water fast and as a result of that I managed to find what was wrong with me and after 2 years of my own treatment, am finally back to where I was 10 years ago.
In my opinion, doctors don't know jack and sometimes you have to look for the answers yourself.



posted on Jun, 19 2016 @ 05:06 PM
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a reply to: mclarenmp4

Yes, mclarenmp, a fast of anything will make your lymph system burn off stored chemicals -- both good and bad, which can lead to positive results by eliminating the excess build up in your system...



posted on Jun, 19 2016 @ 05:07 PM
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a reply to: AsherahoftheSea

There is still science behind it as grapefruit is a powerful antioxidant. It has high levels of vitamin c but also is very high in the antioxident glutathione. Glutathione has only recently been studied closely and while Vitamin C is seen as the master AO, Glutathione has far more functions in the antioxidation process in the body.




posted on Jun, 19 2016 @ 05:34 PM
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a reply to: mclarenmp4

I agree with a lot of what he said. Our diets, the pollution, etc. all play a part in the slow poisoning of ourselves...



posted on Jun, 20 2016 @ 11:22 AM
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originally posted by: angeldoll
a reply to: wdkirk

That was just rude and inappropriate.
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I like to see people trying to understand their bodies and help themselves. I think we've all done it to some degree or another. Juicing and grapefruit? No harm done.



No it wasn't.

You have to take all in to account



posted on Jun, 21 2016 @ 05:52 AM
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originally posted by: mclarenmp4
In my opinion, doctors don't know jack and sometimes you have to look for the answers yourself.


Of course, that's why hospitals don't employ doctors but laymen who have done their google research.

Seriously, being informed is one thing (and it's always promoted by health professionals) but to think that you know more than doctors, that's a fantasy and sometimes a dangerous one. I repeat, doctors do not know it all and they also make mistakes, but they sure know about the human body and pharmacology than those who have not studied medicine.

If you have an accident I'm sure you would go to a hospital to be treated by a doctor, you wouldn't ask your next of kin to google how to save your life.





originally posted by: AsherahoftheSea
I just speculate that anything that Grapefruit interacts with adversely is toxic cause of what is going on with me.


Grapefruit interacts with different medications in different ways for different reasons, nothing to do with 'toxins'.
And it's not only grapefruit that causes side effects with certain drugs, other citrus fruits do the same, Seville oranges are another example.



edit on 21-6-2016 by Agartha because: Spelling...



posted on Jun, 21 2016 @ 07:15 AM
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Which part of "sometimes you have to look for answers yourself" indicates that I said that everyone shouldn't trust doctors and have to self diagnose themselves?
I didn't so not sure where your wee rant came from but each to their own I suppose.



posted on Jun, 21 2016 @ 08:13 AM
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originally posted by: mclarenmp4
Which part of "sometimes you have to look for answers yourself" indicates that I said that everyone shouldn't trust doctors and have to self diagnose themselves?
I didn't so not sure where your wee rant came from but each to their own I suppose.



From 'doctors don't know jack' and from giving your testimonials about yourself and your family, where you said that you ended up curing yourself and your mum, and suggested your dad went on a ketogenic diet (which I am not saying it is a bad thing, but only when consulted with an oncologist).



posted on Jun, 21 2016 @ 09:15 AM
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See the problem is that you are assuming things without the relevant information being available to you.
If you had asked I would have told you that all of these things were done under the supervision and support of their doctors.
My water fast was not but seeing as it was my own body i was willing to take the risk, I would not take the same risk with the health of my parents.
My mum's doctor in particular after we got my mother off 99% of her medications, jokingly asked me to come have a look at his other patients cause of how much improved my mothers health has been.
As I said, sometimes you have to do your own research.



posted on Jun, 21 2016 @ 10:35 AM
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originally posted by: mclarenmp4
See the problem is that you are assuming things without the relevant information being available to you.


Sorry, I didn't assume, you did say 'Doctors don't know jack' when that's untrue.


As I said, sometimes you have to do your own research.


Absolutely, but to give medical advice without being qualified is dangerous, we see that in the news all the time with naturopaths, and here on ATS too, people saying bicarbonate cures cancer, the OP talking about the calcification of the lymphatic system, etc.



posted on Jun, 21 2016 @ 10:37 AM
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I am not relying on doctors cause they have not been able to properly diagnose me for 13+ years. All they have been able to ascertain is that I have a very high white blood cell count.

My digestive problems recently were a combination of two things: killing off all the bad bacteria in my system and all the lymph nodes around my stomach were completely calcified -- I could feel them when I massaged my stomach. After taking some probiotics and working on getting the lymph nodes decalcified my digestive tract is doing better. It is going to take time for everything to start working properly but as they say the best things take time...



posted on Jun, 21 2016 @ 11:16 AM
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Can I suggest to the OP that they look at their diet in more detail, maybe post up here exactly what they're eating?

There's a great book called 'it starts with food' which explains a lot about what foods do, why they're needed (or not), and about what we should be eating. This then leads on to Whole30 - which is where you give up and exclude from your diet, for 30 days, everything considered to be bad for you, eveything that has known risks of allergies, or intolerences.
so you give up alcohol, and tobacco, and added sugars and sweeteners, and dairy, and gluten, and legumes. Then eat three solid meals a day, each consisting of a portion of protein, a portion of healthy fat, and the rest of the plate vegetables, and fruit. don't blitz it, just cook it and eat it.
There are more rules to this, but that's the general idea - you feed your body on healthy stuff, and train it to make energy from fat, rather than sugar. Lots of the issues mentioned in this thread have been cured, or seriously reduced in people taking this approach.
it's a bit like a 'blood sugar' diet, where you eat regularly with food that has low GI, so that you feel fuller for longer, you don't snack, and your blood sugar levels stabilise.

anyway - I would advice looking into it
whole30.com



posted on Jun, 21 2016 @ 11:49 AM
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a reply to: Agartha

See you've latched onto 1 part statement and are making that the basis of your entire argument?
That is literally the definition of a strawman.
If you read all my posts in this thread, you will see that i have good reason to believe that most GP's "don't know jack" based on the incorrect diagnosis of both my mother and myself for over a period of 20 years.
Still a bit of a stretch to think that I'm somehow advocating that everyone stops going to the doctors and should google the symptoms themselves.
But if that's where your logic lead to then fair enough, who am I to judge?



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