by Tony Isaacs To get rid of parasites: * Do a good parasite cleanse just in case — such as one like Hulda Clark's. Her fluke theory of all cancers and diseases may be far-fetched, but her cleanses are excellent. * Coconut oil – parasites hate it and it will help your liver (it helps keep the bile ducts open) and your balance of healthy fats too. Some good herbs to use for parasites are: * Artemisia This is used to expel pinworms and treat malaria. Be sure to use the form artemisia annua, which is a famed anti-malarial herb that is in many parasitic formulas and has significant anti-cancer properties as well. While Artemisia annua is safe, Artemisia absinthium… Read More →

Peridontal Disease & Bleeding Gums

- Colloidal Silver Nothing works better than silver to get rid of gum problems. Swish a teaspoon or two around in your mouth for a full minute. You may swallow as your daily silver supplement or spit it out. – Pink Himalayan Salt . Use 2-3 pinches of Himalayan salt in a glass of lukewarm water, create a homemade saline solution. Use this to rinse in the morning and in the evening. This should help increase circulation in your gums and reduce the swelling. – Make the habit of flossing. No matter how well and how often you brush your teeth, you can't reach the areas between your teeth and below the gums. – Coenzyme Q10 . Provides energy needed… Read More →

Muscle Strain

•  Bromelain . Enhances healing and clears up bruising. •  Magnesium . Mineral that is essential for allowing muscles to relax. • Ice. The use of ice within the first several hours of getting a muscle strain can make the difference between a few hours and perhaps a week or longer of being sore and laid up. •  The tried and true Epsom salt bath works magic on sore or strained muscles. Epsom salts contain magnesium, a mineral which relaxes muscles when absorbed through your skin. The salts also soothe pain and kick-start your body's muscle repair process. Dump two cups of Epsom salts into a tub filled with warm water and soak for 20 minutes. • Apple cider vinegar…. Read More →

Varicose Veins

These are abnormally enlarged veins that may often cause a dull nagging ache and pains in the legs. Unlike arteries veins have tiny valves on their inner walls that prevent blood from flowing backward toward the arteries. If these valves do not function properly, circulation is restricted and blood accumulates in the veins, stretching them. It may also be caused by people who spend much time sitting or standing in the same position for long periods, generally combined with a lack of exercise. Constipation, heart failure, liver disease, and abdominal tumors can also play a role in the formation of varicose veins. Deficiencies of Vitamin C and bioflavonoids can also lead to a weakening of the collagen structure of the… Read More →

Poison Ivy and Poison Oak

by Tony Isaacs Spring has sprung and summer seems to be barreling along too — at least here in the south Texas hill country I call home these days. Besides the abundance of human friendly flora bursting upon our landscape, there are also some that are less than pleasant if we happen to stumble onto and into them. Two of the most bothersome are poison ivy and poison oak. Should you have the misfortune of brushing against either of those two, the good news is that you can stop the itching, spread and blisters with these home and natural remedies: * Stop the itch of a poison ivy rash and prevent it from spreading with the following homemade paste: Mix… Read More →


• Yogurt or Calcium/Magnesium . Eat two cups of yogurt a day in the days or week leading up to your period and you should not be moody or have cramps when your monthly period comes. If you don’t like yogurt, take a calcium/magnesium supplement. Continue during the time of your menstrual period. Calcium and magnesium deficiencies may be the cause of PMS or PMS-like symptoms. With either one, you should see a big difference in your cramps and your attitude. • Inositol . May relieve PMS symptoms and aids in nerve impulse transmission and helps prevent estrogen-related cancer. • Acidophilus. Relieves symptoms by breaking down metabolites of estrogen. • Flaxseed Oil and Primrose Oil . These oils supply gamma-linolenic… Read More →


• Flame burns. If you find someone burning, roll the victim on the ground preferably after wrapping with non-synthetic rugs, blankets or a coat. • Chemical burns. Wash thoroughly the burned area under running water for at least 30 minutes.• Cut the clothing away from the burned area, if it adheres to the burned area, do not try to peel it loose.• Avoid undue contamination of burn wound from dirt.• Colloidal Silver. Immediately apply colloidal silver to the burned area. Silver will aid in keeping bacterial infection down.• Aloe Vera. This miracle plant promotes the proper healing of the damaged skin and works especially well in combination with silver.• Next apply ice pack or cloth soaked in ice water and… Read More →

Foot Odor

• Chlorophyll, the same plant compound that gives plants their green color, can also sweeten your feet. Pour two to three teaspoons liquid chlorophyll into a bucket filled with a gallon of warm water, and soak your feet for 15 minutes. Dry your feet completely afterward, and wear cotton socks which let your feet breathe. • Colloidal Silver . After a bath or shower, spray colloidal silver on your feet allowing them to dry before putting on socks and shoes. Silver is an excellent anti-microbial agent and kills bacteria on contact. Once a week or so, spray colloidal silver in your shoes and boots (if you’re from Texas or Montana) and allow to dry. You can also spray silver on… Read More →


• Colloidal Silver . Research has proven that many ulcers are caused by bacteria and there is nothing more effective in killing bcteria and other one-celled organisms than silver. • Honey . Honey soothes and reduces inflammation of the lining of the stomach. • Bananas. Eat at least three bananas a day. This will coat your stomach and sooth your ulcer pain. • Cayenne pepper. Cayenne pepper is a wonderful ulcer healing spice. And it dulls the pain! It's a bit strong and may take getting used to. Start with oneeighth teaspoon of cayenne pepper in a glass of water twice a day. Work your way up to a quarter-teaspoon. If you would rather, you can take cayenne capsules that… Read More →


• Prune juice. Drink a cup of prune juice. Works faster on an empty stomach but should work regardless. If not, just drink more. It's a natural laxative. (Raisins should do the trick also.)• Herbs that will aid proper digestion and bowel movement: Psyllium Seed Husk, Senna Leaf, Cascara Sagrada, Golden Seal, Oat Bran, and Aloe Vera. (contained in Colon Klenz-R ) • Other Supplements that will aid proper digestion and bowel movement: Acidophilus , Pancreatin , Enzymes , and Flax Oil and Primrose Oil . • Vitamin B Complex aids in the proper digestion of fats, carbohydrates, and protein. • If you don't like prunes or raisins, you have another option for constipation relief. Dried figs work just as… Read More →