Nausea of pregnancy is the scourge of expectant parents. After waiting hard and long for the desired pregnancy, the mother-to-be feels rotten, salivates and gags at the thought of food, and wants no more sex. Maybe sex is ill-advised during pregnancy, no matter how reassuring the male or male-oriented obstetrician is! Maybe salivation is actually mercury excretion being attempted by the body. Maybe nausea is all about keeping toxins out of the body and away from the developing child. These are intriguing possibilities, worthy of your research expertise.
A few decades ago the treatment for nausea was a weekly B6 and B12 shot. Ask your obstetrician for this to see if it helps.
An older, herbal remedy was cinnamon tea: 2 tbs. cinnamon (bark or powder) in 2½ cups boiling water, steeped for 10 minutes. Strain and add honey to taste. Dose: ¼ cup three times a day before meals.
Nausea invites starch eating—pasta, potatoes, rice and bread. Starches can absorb. Perhaps they absorb the noxious substances causing nausea. Make sure you add vitamin C to grains. In any case you must still eat additional nutritious food to grow your baby. In spite of craving a pickles/chocolate pudding/carbonated beverage lifestyle, you must eat mainly good food. Craving can take strange turns. Search for the taste you crave in good food
and in long forgotten childhood foods.
Domilita Renshaw and her husband had been trying for six years to get pregnant. Both had been tested and treated in assorted ways. Domilita’s period was irregular, a sure sign that all is not well in the area of reproduction. I gave them the usual warning about not risking pregnancy during their deparasitizing and depolluting procedures they both would be going through. Her hormone test showed slightly high (125 pg/ml) estrogen levels for day 22 (if it really was day 22!) and higher still if it was not yet day 22! Obviously, something was irritating the ovaries into overproduction of estrogen. She had oxalate and urate crystals and was put on the
kidney herb recipe. She was switched to milk (3 glasses 2% a day) as her primary beverage besides water. She was toxic with nickel (dental metal) which would invite hordes of urinary tract bacteria, dangerously close to the ovaries. She made her dental appointment. She had sheep liver flukes and was started on the parasite program. She broke out in hives from a new hair spray polluted with praseodymium which got into her ovaries. She prepared
to clean her liver for her frequent hives. Then she called to cancel her next appointment because she was pregnant (four months from first visit). Fortunately she had one visit with dentist completed. Nine months later she had a beautiful perfect baby.
Lindy Maloy and her husband had been trying for eight years to have their second child. They all had Ascaris, including, of course, their house dog. They wormed the dog monthly and did not want to part with it since they did not believe it mattered. They used the pet parasite program, but five months later she had higher Ascaris loads than ever. She also could not rid her uterus of intestinal fluke stages in spite of killing them with a frequency generator and using the parasite herbs. She remained full of solvents, bacteria and platinum from dentalware. Her endometriosis continued. They gave up.
Rosemary Peterson, age 33, had been trying to get pregnant for fourteen years. She had seven laparoscopies for endometriosis and very hard cramps with her period. She had intestinal flukes and sheep liver flukes in her uterus. There were sheep liver flukes and human liver flukes in her liver. There were intestinal fluke redia and cercaria in her saliva. The solvents in her uterus were methyl butyl ketone, acetone, carbon tetrachloride (from drinking store bought water), styrene (from drinking out of styrofoam cups), xylene (from carbonated beverages) and decane (from cholesterol-reduced foods). She also had a chronic yeast infection, treating it constantly with NystatinTM. She killed the flukes and yeast electronically before leaving the office and started her self on the parasite program and diet restriction. She got pregnant immediately, and did not return.
Elisabeth Tran, age 37, had tried to get pregnant for five years. She did get pregnant recently, on a special “gift” surgery program, but lost it. Her ovaries and uterus were toxic with mercury and thallium from polluted dental alloy. She also had barium and titanium in them, probably from lipstick. We did not see her again, we hope she solved these problems.
Christopher Gravely, a young man of 26 and Frederica, 22, promised faithfully not to get pregnant until their cleanup was complete. He was found by his doctor to have slow moving (low motility) sperm. He was robust and healthy looking but suffered a lot from low back pain—a clue to swarms of bacteria in the lower abdomen. An electronic search of his testicles and prostate (which had been infected once) revealed iridium, platinum and yttrium. This implicated tooth metal. He was also started on kidney herbs. Eight months later he had completed all his tasks, his low back and pain with urination had stopped, and this encouraged him to continue with his fertility program. We started him on thioctic acid two a day and zinc (60 mg.) two a day, switched him to an electric razor so
he wouldn’t have to use any chemicals on his face, and recommended that he ventilate his garage which was attached to the house, to reduce fumes in his home.
Meanwhile, Frederica, his wife, was also checked for toxic elements. She had antimony (from mascara) in her ovaries and breasts. She had sensitive painful breasts during her periods which were quite irregular. She also had indium and gallium, dental alloys in the ovaries and breasts. She, too, was started on the kidney herbs and instructed to get metal tooth fillings replaced. After two months they canceled their appointment. Frederica was pregnant! Not for long, though, and a wiser couple returned a few months later. Frederica finished her dental work. Both started the parasite program. Frederica’s periods became regular. She was started on thioctic acid (one a day) plus zinc, (one a day), until her first missed period. Twelve months later they sent me their baby’s picture: he was two months old.
Ginger Hart had been trying for three years to get pregnant. After an endometrial biopsy, a D&C,11 and laparoscopy she was diagnosed with “inadequate corpus luteum.” We found her ovaries toxic with nickel and europium from tooth fillings and strontium from toothpaste. She was delighted to understand her problem and set about correcting it.
Marjory Davis, age 28, had been on the “pill” (synthetic hormones) a long time but was off now and couldn’t get pregnant. She actually got pregnant about one year ago but lost it at one month. A toxic element test showed her ovaries and uterus were full of beryllium (gasoline and coal oil), gadolinium and gallium. The metals are alloys of gold used in dentistry. She wore a lot of jewelry, just loved her chains, necklaces, rings, etc. But she agreed to go off all except two rings which did not have these alloys. To reduce fossil
fuel fumes in the house she removed all gas cans and the lawn mower from the attached garage. They parked the cars outside. She was started on kidney herbs and promised to use contraception until she was done. She was to drink three glasses of 2% milk a day and take a magnesium tablet and stop drinking other beverages. Three weeks later her husband canceled her appointment because she was too embarrassed and delighted to call herself.
11A surgical procedure, called dilation and curettage, meaning dilate the bladder with air and scrape away the inner lining.