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by Nick
Thu 21 Feb 2008 11:05
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: Public Health Alert as vehicle for advertising
Replies: 19
Views: 3600

Re: Public Health Alert as vehicle for advertising

Dr. Harris trying to put me on the Cowden protocol was the very last straw for me ... and then to find out he set up an herb shop, to boot. I love my cat's claw ... my plain, cheap cat's claw. When someone tries to dress it up, make it out to be better than the rest, and then jack up the price, how...
by Nick
Thu 21 Feb 2008 10:55
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: B. Spielmanii, "new" kid on the block.
Replies: 5
Views: 1269

Re: B. Spielmanii, "new" kid on the block.

there is also strong evidence for another new spirochete species in Brazil that causes 'LD-like syndrome' in humans. Apparently the disease has been known for some time and is spreading; the suspected vector is not the standard hard tick and the spirochetes are not know Bb species (possibly a new Bb...
by Nick
Thu 21 Feb 2008 10:44
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: The Pathogenesis of Lyme Neuroborreliosis
Replies: 3
Views: 753

Re: The Pathogenesis of Lyme Neuroborreliosis

yes, I think it is an interesting article because it strikes a balance between the flawed IDSA doctrine and the in other ways (medically) controversial ILADS view. It shows clearly that while we know a lot about Lyme (mostly about the microbiology of Bb and earlier stages of Lyme disease), we know a...
by Nick
Mon 18 Feb 2008 15:31
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: pubmed ... treatment of nervous system Lyme disease
Replies: 22
Views: 3935

Re: pubmed ... treatment of nervous system Lyme disease

Therefore, even if a few residual B. burgdorferi spirochetes or their DNA debris persist after antibiotic treatment in animal systems, they no longer appear to be capable of causing disease. There is no scientific evidence at all for this statement. I suggest we test this on Mr. Halperin and friend...
by Nick
Mon 18 Feb 2008 9:41
Forum: Unconventional
Topic: Buhner's (herbs) CV and work experience
Replies: 32
Views: 7653

Re: Buhner's (herbs) CV and work experience

Nick--- I've always thought of you as someone used deductive reasoning. In this case you're far far off the mark and jumped to some amazing conclusions with almost no facts behind them. no, I am not jumping to conclusions at all. I used the word Lymenut and I know of all the nonsense floating aroun...
by Nick
Sun 17 Feb 2008 23:49
Forum: Unconventional
Topic: Buhner's (herbs) CV and work experience
Replies: 32
Views: 7653

Re: Buhner's (herbs) CV and work experience

I think the posters who are sounding so negative in this thread should read Buhners book 'Healing Lyme'. This negative, prejucided attitude seems to be very common with US posters on this blog for everything considered 'alternative' and I think it is not wise. Oh well, I have read from people on Lym...
by Nick
Sun 17 Feb 2008 23:07
Forum: Unconventional
Topic: Cat's Claw
Replies: 5
Views: 3299

Re: Cat's Claw

There seems to be a debate out there about which is better Cat's Claw or the TOA free Samento - but I've heard success stories from both. I don't think there is any valid scientific backing to the claim that TOA free Samento is better, on the contrary - in some cases (n.a. for Lyme disease) the nor...
by Nick
Sun 17 Feb 2008 22:41
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: Public Health Alert as vehicle for advertising
Replies: 19
Views: 3600

Re: Public Health Alert as vehicle for advertising

Apparantly at the ILAD's conference in the fall there was a lot of talk about the Cowden and modified Cowden and it caught the interest of my Dr. as well as many others. He only used "cat's claw" and Samento in the past and he is now open to other Nutramedix products. If you are open, you can find ...
by Nick
Sun 17 Feb 2008 22:24
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: Some turmeric supplements have lead in them
Replies: 4
Views: 1297

Re: Some turmeric supplements have lead in them

curcumin (kurkuma/geelwortel for us Dutchies) has over a hundred proven medical/biochemical actions; there is a wealth of scientific research about it. The effects are wide ranging including prevention / possible cure of certain types of cancer. Very powerfull stuff, and not surprising that it is us...
by Nick
Sun 10 Feb 2008 10:36
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: Inhaling Pig Brains May Be Cause of New Illness
Replies: 5
Views: 998

Re: Inhaling Pig Brains May Be Cause of New Illness

Why now? ... "That is the million-dollar question," he said last week. wow, a new biological disease agent that is cheaply produced in massive quantity, can be spread through the air and inhalation, does not kill but makes people unable to work and cannot be detected. I'm sure the FEDs are salivati...