Depression

All persons I have seen with clinical depression had small roundworms in the brain. Is it any wonder the brain can't make enough neurotransmitters or gets them out of balance? The usual worms are hookworms (Ancylostoma), Ascaris of cats and dogs, Trichinellas and Strongyloides. (more…)

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Burning And Numbness

Burning sensations in the skin let you know that nerves are involved. Mercury is the most common offender. Mercury may have started the trek of a host of other toxins as well into your nervous system: (more…)

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Fluke Disease

Flukes, or flatworms, have a complex life cycle with many stages. Although sheep, cattle, pigs and humans can be “natural” hosts to the adult stage, the other stages are meant to develop outdoors and in secondary hosts. When fluke stages other than the adult are able to develop in us, I call it fluke disease. (more…)

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Treat Yeast or Fungus the Same

Other fungus growths, like Tinea (crotch itch), ringworm (not a worm at all), athlete's foot, along with Candida, can be similarly eradicated: (more…)

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Diaper Rash

A baby's rash is an example of the white blood cells being preoccupied. When chemicals are used in the diaper, the white blood cells go after (more…)

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Yeast Infections

The most common yeast in humans is Candida albicans. Candida has always been around. It flies in the air, searching for a place to land and reproduce. (more…)

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Sleep Problems

All big animals sleep, but some sleep by day instead of night. When humans do this, that is, work the night shift, they don't feel as well. Humans need about seven hours of sleep out of the twenty-four. Younger ones sleep more; newborns sleep much more. (more…)

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Weight Problems

Overweight is not the same problem as obesity. In fact, I do not have the answer to either problem, only a part of the answer. (more…)

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Seizures

Seizures are always caused by tiny Ascaris larvae in the brain. I suppose they find their way to the seizure center by accident. It is not normal (more…)

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Alcohol Addiction

There are many definitions of addiction. My definition is based on the special brain toxins, beryllium and ergot. (more…)

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Alcoholism

When the portion of liver that detoxifies ethyl alcohol (the drinking kind) is hampered you are at risk for alcoholism. The other contributors to alcoholism are beryllium and ergot. Perhaps there are even more contributors. (more…)

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Environmental Illness

Environmental Illness is another name for “universal” allergies. When more than a few flukes are present in the liver, they keep the liver from doing its major job: detoxifying all the food and chemicals that are taken into your body. (more…)

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Universal Allergies

If minor allergies are due to a disabled liver, then extreme allergies must be due to an extremely disabled liver. This is the case for persons suffering from “universal” allergies, namely “everything”, like the lacquer on floors, plastic chairs, the neighbor's flowers, and the grocery store. (more…)

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Myasthenia Gravis

Myasthenia Gravis is probably a fluke disease. Some chemical, possibly coming from the fluke, may affect the acetylcholine receptors, thereby causing an allergic reaction so they become inefficient. This is most noticeable in the eyelids. They droop from lack of strength to lift them. (more…)

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Muscular Dystrophy

In muscular dystrophy the solvents, xylene and toluene are seen to accumulate in muscles. These also accumulate in brain and nervous tissue! (See Alzheimer's page 269 and multiple sclerosis, page 204). Could it be that these solvents are actually present in the nerves of the muscles? (more…)

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Muscle Diseases

There are a variety of muscle wasting diseases, thought to be genetic in their cause. Yet, what could be more easily inherited than a parasite? Persons living together share food, living habits. refrigerators, and parasites. Their shared genes indeed give them similar susceptibilities but if we take muscle parasites away, muscle diseases “magically” disappear. (more…)

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Tooth Decay

The strongest part of our body structure is our bones. The strongest bones are our teeth. How can they decay? We must look at the enamel, dentine and root of the tooth as well as the bone they rest in for some answers. (more…)

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Glaucoma

In glaucoma the pressure in the eyeball gets too high, putting pressure on fragile retina cells that do your seeing. The first question to ask is: “Is my blood pressure too high?,” because there is a link between high blood pressure and elevated eyeball pressure. (more…)

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High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is one of the easiest problems to correct without resorting to drugs. (more…)

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Multiple Sclerosis & Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease of the brain and spinal cord. It is called lateral sclerosis if the disease is mainly in the spinal cord. (more…)

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