The Natural Remedies Encyclopedia
Home remedies for over 500 diseases and disorders. Back in the old days, the pioneers we...
INTRODUCTORY HEALTH INFORMATION - Read This Material First. An ounce of
prevention. .
0 - PRINCIPLES OF HEALTH
Introductio...
8 - CARDIOVASCULAR
Heart
Circulatory
Blood
9 - NEURO-MENTAL
Miscellaneous
Stress, Anxiety, Pain
Convulsions
Paralysis
Memo...
This information is arranged topically, so you can more easily find similar physical problems.
# —Items marked # do not di...
DISCLAIMER
The information in this encyclopedia was NOT written by a medical doctor,
nurse, scientist, or medical practiti...
Section 0 -
Principles of
Health
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irst!
NTRODUCTION
MAINTAINING
HEALTH
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF
HEALTH
Seve...
about these substances
UMMARY
Certain foods to keep
in mind
THINGS TO AVOID
Twenty-two things to
stay away from
NON-DIETET...
● The Twelve Most
Important Herbs
● The Next Eight Most
Important Herbs (20
in all)
● The Next Thirty Most
Important Herbs...
THE EIGHT LAWS OF
HEALTH
A set of fundamental
ules for better living
Pure air, sunlight,
bstemiousness, rest,
xercise, pro...
You
Receive
6. The Sixth
Law of Health
—
The
Food
You Eat
7. The Seventh
Law of Health
—
The
Water
that
Cleanses
8. The Ei...
Section 0
Principles of Health
Part 1
Introduction
We have included the statements of a number of different natural healin...
our being are divine, and for every transgression there is a fixed penalty, which sooner or later must be
realized."—Healt...
"An aimless life is a living death. The mind should dwell upon themes relating to our eternal interests.
This will be cond...
"Rooms that are not exposed to light and air become damp . . Various diseases have been brought on by
sleeping in these ro...
Section 1 -
General
Problems
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FATIGUE —
● Debility (Weak,
Debilitated
Conditions)
● Emotional Fa...
● Catarrh (Excess
Mucus)
● Common Cold
● Coughs
● Chills
● # Heat Production,
Increase
NFECTIONS —
● Viral Infections
● In...
Spotted Fever,"
"Typhus," and
others
MMUNE PROBLEMS
—
● Weakened
Autonomic System
● Lupus
● Sjogren's Syndrome
—Also see
"...
• Deficiencies of vitamin B complex, C and D, or iron may cause
fatigue. Also needed: vitamins A, pantothenic acid, B12, f...
EBV is a type of herpes virus, and is related to the viruses that cause genital
herpes and shingles.
Keep in mind that chr...
proper diet and healing. Make green drinks from whizzed up
greens and pineapple juice.
• Take no aspirin, since it may ind...
In the oral cavity, candida is called thrush. White sores may develop on the
tongue, gums, and inside the cheeks.
In the v...
biotin; aloe vera juice: 2 oz. four times per day.
• Do not use oral contraceptives while you have candida. Do not
use sug...
SYMPTOMS—Fatigue, lethargy, irritability, inability to sleep, trouble
concentrating and making decisions, perhaps even dia...
The Wet-hand Rub, the Cold Mitten Friction, the Cold-towel Rub, the Wet-
sheet Rub, the Dripping-sheet Rub, and the Ice Ru...
Section1
GeneralProblems
Part1
Fatigue
DEBILITY (Weak, Debilitated Conditions)
SYMPTOMS—A feeling of exhaustion all or muc...
Mix together 1 oz. parsley root, 1 oz. alfalfa; 1/2 oz. of each of the
following: dandelion root, comfrey root, yellow doc...
• Learn to relax, as well as exercise out-of-doors. Do everything with an attitude of thankfulness toward
and trust in God...
• Helpful herbs include American ginseng, lavender, rosemary, sweet flag, pasque flower.
—Also see "Epstein Barr Virus," w...
EBV causes the body to overreact, resulting in a burn-out of the immune system.
Epstein Barr virus is very contagious, and...
SYMPTOMS—Symptoms include bad breath, constipation, chronic infections, depression, fatigue,
food cravings, gas, headaches...
• Replant Lactobacillus acidophilus. This is the friendly intestinal bacteria which the
"wonder drugs" earlier killed off....
the lesions several times a day.
—Also see "Vaginitis," "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome."
ENCOURAGEMENT—Our God delights to do a...
HYDRO—Hot and Cold to the Spine (pp. 68-69 in the author's Water Therapy Manual (see order sheet)
is a revulsive compress ...
Section12
Lymphatic
LymphSystem
SWOLLEN GLANDS
SYMPTOMS—This generally refers to the swelling of lymph nodes (commonly ref...
LYMPHANGITIS (Spleenic Inflammation)
SYMPTOMS—Begins with a chill and high fever, with moderate swelling and pain of the l...
lymphatic vessels, those foreign substances are then temporarily stored in lymphatic organs (the spleen,
nodes, tonsils, a...
Most frequently contracted by children and teenagers, the incubation period is 10 days among children
and 30-50 days among...
SCROFULA—1 (Lymph TB)
HYDRO—Scrofula is a type of tuberculosis which affects the lymphatic organs. The following
suggestio...
Section1
GeneralProblems
Part5
Fever
FEVER
SYMPTOMS—A fever is an elevation of body temperature above normal. A fever is n...
wrists, cool baths and drinking certain herb teas, such as feverfew, cinchona bark, and/or
white willow. Others include me...
• Putting too many clothes on a child can actually cause a fever.
REOCCURRENCE—If feverish flu-like symptoms keep reoccurr...
LARYNGITIS—Steam Inhalation; Fomentation to throat every 3 hours with Heating Compress during
the interval in between, ren...
TYPHOID STATE—Aseptic diet; copious water drinking; Neutral Enema at 950 F. daily; prolonged
Neutral or Tepid Bath; Gradua...
• Hot fomentations can partially relieve pain in the legs and back.
• Bathe him with goldenseal root tea, or yellow dock r...
SWELLING OF FACE—Hot Compress to face for 5 minutes every hour; Cold Compress during
interval at 600 F., renewed every 20 ...
But one cannot get it if he only eats and drinks that which has been boiled. Water and milk must be
boiled. Vegetables and...
VOMITING—Ice Bag over stomach. Ice pills; Ice Compress to the throat. Fomentation to spine; Ice
Bag to spine; Hot and Cold...
will generally eliminate the malaria, but a mild to severe hearing loss may also result.
• The other way is to give hot an...
• Place him on a diet of fruit juices and vegetable broths. All patients with typhoid fever
must have raw garlic to eat.
•...
and drink 2 quarts unsweetened every day. Drink a quart of an herb tea (listed under
"Fevers").
• If vomiting is severe, s...
CEREBRAL CONGESTION—Ice Cap, or Ice Collar; Hot Leg Pack; Prolonged Neutral Bath.
GASTRIC IRRITATION—Fomentation over stom...
Section 14
Birth and Children
Part5
ChildhoodProblems
BED-WETTING—1 (Enuresis)
SYMPTOMS—A child continues to wet the bed.
...
TREATMENT—
• Consider all the above factors.
• A common method is to have the child stop and start the flow of urine each ...
RELIEVE CONSTIPATION—and flatulence when present by Hot Abdominal Pack; Graduated
Enema; if necessary, carefully Graduated...
CAUSES—Ringworm is a very contagious disease, caused by a parasitic fungus. It can infect children
or adults, and is cause...
• Eat plenty of garlic. Put raw garlic over the ringworm and cover. You can also use black
walnut extract. Wash the area w...
SYMPTOMS—Fevers, rashes, coughs, sore throat, weakness, etc.
CAUSES—The childhood diseases include chicken pox, measles, m...
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  • 1. The Natural Remedies Encyclopedia Home remedies for over 500 diseases and disorders. Back in the old days, the pioneers were practical-minded people. They knew how to make-do with what they had. They combined folk remedies from centuries earlier in other lands, with herbal formulas borrowed from the Indians. Since then, even more has been discovered about physiology and nutrition. You will find a lot in this disease encyclopedia. The God of heaven, who created us, has given us the simple things of nature for our healing. It is our prayer that this encyclopedia will help bring back the sunshine into someone's life. INDEX PAGE Introduction Read the instructions first! Disclaimer Use at your own risk! NOW IN PRINT! The entire encyclopedia is available from Harvestime Books. Major section headings
  • 2. INTRODUCTORY HEALTH INFORMATION - Read This Material First. An ounce of prevention. . 0 - PRINCIPLES OF HEALTH Introduction Maintaining Health Rebuilding Health The Eight Laws of Health 1 - GENERAL PROBLEMS Fatigue Nausea and Fainting Colds Infections Fevers Immune Problems Aging 2 - SKIN Wounds, Bruising Sores, Ulcers, Burns Skin Spots Boils Chapping, Cracking, Itching Growths Other Minor Skin Problems Major Dermal Problems 3 - EXTREMITIES Extremities Nails Feet 4 - HEAD AND THROAT Head Hair Eye Smell and Taste Ear Throat 5 - GASTRO-INTESTINAL Teeth and Gums Mouth Gas and Vomiting Stomach Pancreas Liver Gall Bladder Intestines, Appendix Bowel Anus Abdominal Cavity Digestive Nutritional Weight 6 - URINARY Urine Kidney Bladder 7 - RESPIRATORY Breathing Bronchials Lungs Pleura
  • 3. 8 - CARDIOVASCULAR Heart Circulatory Blood 9 - NEURO-MENTAL Miscellaneous Stress, Anxiety, Pain Convulsions Paralysis Memory Problems Emotional, Mental 10 - MUSCULAR-SKELETAL Bones Joints Tendons Muscles Sprains Spine Abdominal 11 - ENDOCRINE SYSTEM Adrenals Pancreas Thyroid 12 - LYMPHATICS Lymph System 13 - REPRODUCTIVE Breast Menstrual Problems Female Pelvic Problems Male Pelvic Problems 14 - CHILDBIRTH Fertility Pregnancy and Childbirth Birth Defects Infant Problems Childhood Diseases Later Problems 15 - SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES Sexually Transmitted Diseases 16 - POISONS (BITES, PARASITES, METAL TOXICITY, ETC.) Bites, Stings Transmitted Diseases Allergies Infestations Poisoning Addictions 17 - TUMORS AND CANCER Tumors and Cancer Cancer Prevention "The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease." —Thomas Edison
  • 4. This information is arranged topically, so you can more easily find similar physical problems. # —Items marked # do not discuss diseases. [Kellogg] —Items marked Kellogg in brackets are natural healing prescriptions by J.H. Kellogg, M.D., medical director of the famous Battle Creek Sanitarium from 1876 to 1942. —Also see . . and Which see . . —These indicate related topics which are listed under a different category. Each major section shown in the master index will also have an index. Click on the one you are interested in, and it will take you to a more detailed disease index. When you find the desired physical problem, click on it—and you will go to a wealth of information on that disease. Try it and see! Then give God the praise, for He provides the remedies in nature and food.
  • 5. DISCLAIMER The information in this encyclopedia was NOT written by a medical doctor, nurse, scientist, or medical practitioner. So BEWARE; use this information at your own risk! It is a distillation of a large quantity of old-fashioned folk remedies, plus modern nutritional information. This information is not intended to diagnose medical problems, prescribe remedies for illness, or treat disease. It's intention is solely educational. We would strongly encourage you to use this information in cooperation with a medical or health professional. Your grandparents could not afford the chemicals and surgery the big-city folks got, so they had to get well at home, with the aid of simple remedies and trust in God. If you cannot afford to go to the doctors, with the help of God, you may be able to solve some problems at home.
  • 6. Section 0 - Principles of Health Read this DISCLAIMER irst! NTRODUCTION MAINTAINING HEALTH BASIC PRINCIPLES OF HEALTH Seventeen factors which will keep you in better health FRUITS Five facts about fruits VEGETABLES Eight principles to keep in mind GRAINS Six aspects of grain utilization NUTS AND SEEDS Three basic principles FATS Two principles when using fats and oils WEETENING Two more principles OTHER NUTRIENTS Five items which can help you VITAMINS AND MINERALS Eleven special facts Section 0 Principles of Health Part 1 Introduction We have included the statements of a number of different natural healing pioneers in this volume. Here are insightful comments from the writings of Ellen G. White, who had a profound understanding of the origin and transmission of pathological problems. "The transgression of physical law is the transgression of God's law. Our Creator is Jesus Christ. He is the author of our being. He has created the human structure He is the author of the physical laws, as He is the author of the moral law. And the human being who is careless and reckless of the habits and practices that concern his physical life and health, sins against God."—Letter, May 19, 1897. "God's law is written by His own finger upon every nerve, every muscle, every faculty which has been entrusted to man."—Letter, August 30, 1896. "Health, strength, and happiness depend upon immutable laws; but these laws cannot be obeyed where there is no anxiety to become acquainted with them."—Healthful Living, 18. "The Lord has made it a part of His plan that man's reaping shall be according to his sowing."—Letter, May 19, 1897. "To make plain natural law, and urge the obedience of it, is the work that accompanies the third angel's message to prepare a people for the coming of the Lord."—3 Testimonies, 161 [CDF, 69]. "There are many ways of practicing the healing art, but there is only one way that Heaven approves. God's remedies are the simple agencies of nature, that will not tax or debilitate the system through their powerful properties. Pure air and water, cleanliness, a proper diet, purity of life, and a firm trust in God are remedies for the want of which thousands are dying; yet these remedies are going out of date because their skillful use requires work that the people do not appreciate."—5 Testimonies, 443. "It is the duty of every human being, for his own sake and for the sake of humanity, to inform himself or herself in regard to the laws of organic life, and conscientiously to obey them . . It is the duty of every person to become intelligent in regard to disease and its causes."—Letter, December 4, 1896.
  • 7. about these substances UMMARY Certain foods to keep in mind THINGS TO AVOID Twenty-two things to stay away from NON-DIETETIC FACTORS Thirty principles that can help you REBUILDING HEALTH BASIC PRINCIPLES OF HEALING Twenty-two underlying principles RECOVERY FROM DISEASE Sixteen healing agencies, based on the methods used by John H. Tilden, M.D. IX TILDEN FORMULAS ● Common Cold ● Asthma ● Pernicious Anemia ● Diabetes ● Tonsillitis ● Alcoholism THE KELLOGG FORMULAS Introduction to ninety- seven Kellogg formulas found in this book THE MOST IMPORTANT HEALING HERBS "God has formed laws to govern every part of our constitutions, and these laws which He has placed in our being are divine, and for every transgression there is a fixed penalty, which sooner or later must be realized."—Healthful Living, 20. "Our first duty, one which we owe to God, to ourselves, and to our fellow men, is to obey the laws of God, which include the laws of health."—3 Testimonies, 164. "The laws governing the physical nature are as truly divine in their origin and character as the law of the Ten Commandments. Man is fearfully and wonderfully made; for Jehovah has inscribed His law by His own mighty hand on every part of the human body."—Letter, August 5, 1896. " `Have I not a right to do as I please with my own body?' —No, you have no moral right, because you are violating the laws of life and health which God has given you. You are the Lord's property,—His by creation and His by redemption Every human being is under obligation to preserve the living machinery that is so fearfully and wonderfully made."—Letter, May 19, 1897. "Our very bodies are not our own, to treat as we please, to cripple by habits that lead to decay, making it impossible to render to God perfect service. Our lives and all our faculties belong to Him. He is caring for us every moment; He keeps the living machinery in action. If we were left to run it for one moment, we should die. We are absolutely dependent upon God."—Letter, October 12, 1896. "The health should be as sacredly guarded as the character."—Christian Temperance, 82. "Proportionally as nature's laws are transgressed, mind and soul become enfeebled . . Physical suffering of every type is seen . . Suffering must follow this course of action. The vital force of the system cannot bear up under the tax placed upon it, and it finally breaks down."—Letter, August 30, 1896. "Sickness is caused by violating the laws of health; it is the result of violating nature's laws."—3 Testimonies, 164. "Health is a great treasure. It is the richest possession that mortals can have. Wealth, honor, or learning is dearly purchased, if it be at the loss of the vigor of health. None of these attainments can secure happiness if health is wanting."—Christian Education, 35. "That time is well spent which is directed to the establishment and preservation of sound physical and mental health . . It is easy to lose health, but it is difficult to regain it."—Review, No. 39, 1884. "Perfect health depends on perfect circulation."—2 Testimonies, 531.
  • 8. ● The Twelve Most Important Herbs ● The Next Eight Most Important Herbs (20 in all) ● The Next Thirty Most Important Herbs (50 in all) ● The Next Ten Most Important Herbs (60 in all) BASIC HERBAL PRINCIPLES Twenty-one principles for using remedial herbs THE PREPARATION OF HERBS Five ways herbs can be prepared NINE USEFUL POULTICES Here are nine of the best poultices to place on the skin THE HEALING CRISIS What the healing crisis is and how to work with it, in helping a person fully recover health. WATER THERAPY PRINCIPLES Fifteen of the basic principles for giving hydrotherapy treatments THE USE OF DRUGS Several guiding principles in the use of medicinal drugs "Many have inquired of me, `What course shall I take to best preserve my health?' My answer is, Cease to transgress the laws of your being; cease to gratify a depraved appetite, eat simple food, dress healthfully, which will require modest simplicity, work healthfully, and you will not be sick."—Counsels on Health, 37. "An aimless life is a living death. The mind should dwell upon themes relating to our eternal interests. This will be conducive to health of body and mind."—Review, No. 31, 1884. "God has pledged Himself to keep this living machinery in healthful action, if the human agent will obey His laws and cooperate with God."—Letter, January 11, 1897. "Let it ever be kept before the mind that the great object of hygienic reform is to secure the highest possible development of mind and soul and body."—Christian Temperance, 120. "Nature will restore their vigor and strength in their sleeping hours, if her laws are not violated."—Solemn Appeal, 16. "Close confinement indoors makes women pale and feeble, and results in premature death."—Healthful Living, 61. "Indulging in eating too frequently, and in too large quantities, overtaxes the digestive organs, and produces a feverish state of the system. The blood becomes impure, and then diseases of various kinds occur."—Spiritual Gifts, Vol. 4, 133. "The effects produced by living in close, ill-ventilated rooms are these: . . The mind becomes depressed and gloomy, while the whole system is enervated; and fevers and other acute diseases are liable to be generated . . The system is peculiarly sensitive to the influence of cold. A slight exposure produces serious diseases."—1 Testimonies, 702. "What influence does overeating have upon the stomach? —It becomes debilitated, the digestive organs are weakened, and disease, with all its train of evils, is brought on as a result."—2 Testimonies, 364. "The free use of sugar in any form tends to clog the system, and is not infrequently a cause of disease."—Counsels on Health, 154. "The liability to take disease is increased tenfold by meat eating."—2 Testimonies, 64. "Rich and complicated mixtures of food are health destroying. Highly seasoned meats and rich pastry are wearing out the digestive organs."—Letter, November 5, 1896.
  • 9. THE EIGHT LAWS OF HEALTH A set of fundamental ules for better living Pure air, sunlight, bstemiousness, rest, xercise, proper diet, the use f water, trust in divine ower—these are the true emedies." Ministry of Healing, p. 127 1. The First Law of Health — The Air You Breathe 2. The Second Law of Health — The Sunlight on Your Body 3. The Third Law of Health — The Power of Abstemiousness 4. The Fourth Law of Health — The Rest Your Body Needs 5. The Fifth Law of Health — The Exercise "Drugging should be forever abandoned; for while it does not cure any malady, it enfeebles the system, making it more susceptible to disease."—5 Testimonies, 311. "A neglect of cleanliness will induce disease."—How to Live, Chapter 4, 61. "Rooms that are not exposed to light and air become damp . . Various diseases have been brought on by sleeping in these rooms."—How to Live, 243. "Dwellings, if possible, should be built upon high and dry ground. If a house be built where water settles around it, remaining for a time and then drying away, a poisonous miasma arises, and fever and ague, sore throat, lung diseases, and fevers will be the result."—How to Live, 246. "If the clothing worn is not often washed, it becomes filthy with impurities which are thrown off from the body by sensible and insensible perspiration . . The pores of the skin absorb again the waste matter thrown off."—How to Live, 242. "When we do all we can on our part to have health, then may we expect that blessed results will follow, and we can ask God in faith to bless our efforts for the preservation of health."—How to Live, 246.
  • 10. You Receive 6. The Sixth Law of Health — The Food You Eat 7. The Seventh Law of Health — The Water that Cleanses 8. The Eighth Law of Health — Your Trust in God
  • 11. Section 0 Principles of Health Part 1 Introduction We have included the statements of a number of different natural healing pioneers in this volume. Here are insightful comments from the writings of Ellen G. White, who had a profound understanding of the origin and transmission of pathological problems. "The transgression of physical law is the transgression of God's law. Our Creator is Jesus Christ. He is the author of our being. He has created the human structure. He is the author of the physical laws, as He is the author of the moral law. And the human being who is careless and reckless of the habits and practices that concern his physical life and health, sins against God."—Letter, May 19, 1897. "God's law is written by His own finger upon every nerve, every muscle, every faculty which has been entrusted to man."—Letter, August 30, 1896. "Health, strength, and happiness depend upon immutable laws; but these laws cannot be obeyed where there is no anxiety to become acquainted with them."—Healthful Living, 18. "The Lord has made it a part of His plan that man's reaping shall be according to his sowing."—Letter, May 19, 1897. "To make plain natural law, and urge the obedience of it, is the work that accompanies the third angel's message to prepare a people for the coming of the Lord."—3 Testimonies, 161 [CDF, 69]. "There are many ways of practicing the healing art, but there is only one way that Heaven approves. God's remedies are the simple agencies of nature, that will not tax or debilitate the system through their powerful properties. Pure air and water, cleanliness, a proper diet, purity of life, and a firm trust in God are remedies for the want of which thousands are dying; yet these remedies are going out of date because their skillful use requires work that the people do not appreciate."—5 Testimonies, 443. "It is the duty of every human being, for his own sake and for the sake of humanity, to inform himself or herself in regard to the laws of organic life, and conscientiously to obey them . . It is the duty of every person to become intelligent in regard to disease and its causes."—Letter, December 4, 1896. "God has formed laws to govern every part of our constitutions, and these laws which He has placed in
  • 12. our being are divine, and for every transgression there is a fixed penalty, which sooner or later must be realized."—Healthful Living, 20. "Our first duty, one which we owe to God, to ourselves, and to our fellow men, is to obey the laws of God, which include the laws of health."—3 Testimonies, 164. "The laws governing the physical nature are as truly divine in their origin and character as the law of the Ten Commandments. Man is fearfully and wonderfully made; for Jehovah has inscribed His law by His own mighty hand on every part of the human body."—Letter, August 5, 1896. " `Have I not a right to do as I please with my own body?' —No, you have no moral right, because you are violating the laws of life and health which God has given you. You are the Lord's property,—His by creation and His by redemption. Every human being is under obligation to preserve the living machinery that is so fearfully and wonderfully made."—Letter, May 19, 1897. "Our very bodies are not our own, to treat as we please, to cripple by habits that lead to decay, making it impossible to render to God perfect service. Our lives and all our faculties belong to Him. He is caring for us every moment; He keeps the living machinery in action. If we were left to run it for one moment, we should die. We are absolutely dependent upon God."—Letter, October 12, 1896. "The health should be as sacredly guarded as the character."—Christian Temperance, 82. "Proportionally as nature's laws are transgressed, mind and soul become enfeebled . . Physical suffering of every type is seen . . Suffering must follow this course of action. The vital force of the system cannot bear up under the tax placed upon it, and it finally breaks down."—Letter, August 30, 1896. "Sickness is caused by violating the laws of health; it is the result of violating nature's laws."—3 Testimonies, 164. "Health is a great treasure. It is the richest possession that mortals can have. Wealth, honor, or learning is dearly purchased, if it be at the loss of the vigor of health. None of these attainments can secure happiness if health is wanting."—Christian Education, 35. "That time is well spent which is directed to the establishment and preservation of sound physical and mental health . . It is easy to lose health, but it is difficult to regain it."—Review, No. 39, 1884. "Perfect health depends on perfect circulation."—2 Testimonies, 531. "Many have inquired of me, `What course shall I take to best preserve my health?' My answer is, Cease to transgress the laws of your being; cease to gratify a depraved appetite, eat simple food, dress healthfully, which will require modest simplicity, work healthfully, and you will not be sick."—Counsels on Health, 37.
  • 13. "An aimless life is a living death. The mind should dwell upon themes relating to our eternal interests. This will be conducive to health of body and mind."—Review, No. 31, 1884. "God has pledged Himself to keep this living machinery in healthful action, if the human agent will obey His laws and cooperate with God."—Letter, January 11, 1897. "Let it ever be kept before the mind that the great object of hygienic reform is to secure the highest possible development of mind and soul and body."—Christian Temperance, 120. "Nature will restore their vigor and strength in their sleeping hours, if her laws are not violated."—Solemn Appeal, 16. "Close confinement indoors makes women pale and feeble, and results in premature death."—Healthful Living, 61. "Indulging in eating too frequently, and in too large quantities, overtaxes the digestive organs, and produces a feverish state of the system. The blood becomes impure, and then diseases of various kinds occur."—Spiritual Gifts, Vol. 4, 133. "The effects produced by living in close, ill-ventilated rooms are these: . . The mind becomes depressed and gloomy, while the whole system is enervated; and fevers and other acute diseases are liable to be generated . . The system is peculiarly sensitive to the influence of cold. A slight exposure produces serious diseases."—1 Testimonies, 702. "What influence does overeating have upon the stomach? —It becomes debilitated, the digestive organs are weakened, and disease, with all its train of evils, is brought on as a result."—2 Testimonies, 364. "The free use of sugar in any form tends to clog the system, and is not infrequently a cause of disease."—Counsels on Health, 154. "The liability to take disease is increased tenfold by meat eating."—2 Testimonies, 64. "Rich and complicated mixtures of food are health destroying. Highly seasoned meats and rich pastry are wearing out the digestive organs."—Letter, November 5, 1896. "Drugging should be forever abandoned; for while it does not cure any malady, it enfeebles the system, making it more susceptible to disease."—5 Testimonies, 311. "A neglect of cleanliness will induce disease."—How to Live, Chapter 4, 61.
  • 14. "Rooms that are not exposed to light and air become damp . . Various diseases have been brought on by sleeping in these rooms."—How to Live, 243. "Dwellings, if possible, should be built upon high and dry ground. If a house be built where water settles around it, remaining for a time and then drying away, a poisonous miasma arises, and fever and ague, sore throat, lung diseases, and fevers will be the result."—How to Live, 246. "If the clothing worn is not often washed, it becomes filthy with impurities which are thrown off from the body by sensible and insensible perspiration . . The pores of the skin absorb again the waste matter thrown off."—How to Live, 242. "When we do all we can on our part to have health, then may we expect that blessed results will follow, and we can ask God in faith to bless our efforts for the preservation of health."—How to Live, 246.
  • 15. Section 1 - General Problems Read this DISCLAIMER irst! FATIGUE — ● Debility (Weak, Debilitated Conditions) ● Emotional Fatigue Syndrome ● Chronic Fatigue ● Epstein Barr Syndrome (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) ● Candidiasis (Yeast Infection, Candida, Thrush, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) ● Jet Lag ● # Tonic Effects, Obtaining NAUSEA — ● Nausea ● Fainting (Syncope) ● Heat Exhaustion ● Heat Stroke—1 (Sunstroke) ● Heat Stroke—2 (Sunstroke) [Kellogg] ● Motion Sickness (Car Sickness, Sea Sickness) COLDS — Section1 GeneralProblems Part1 Fatigue DEBILITY (Weak, Debilitated Conditions) SYMPTOMS—A feeling of exhaustion all or much of the time. CAUSES—This can be caused by a number of dietetic, physical, or hormonal problems, some of which are mentioned below. See "Chronic Fatigue" for much more information. TREATMENT— • Some weak individuals only need rest, fresh air, sunshine, pure water, nutritious meals, and freedom from worry. • Some need to clean the toxins from their body. Those who do so, may feel weaker for a few days, but afterwards will generally feel much better and stronger. • Over-indulgence in sex is an excellent way to debilitate the body. Worry wears out the life forces. The use of coffee, tea, tobacco, alcohol, and processed and junk foods are also sources of trouble. • Trust in God, obey the Ten Commandments, and live as healthfully as you can. • A good program of better nutrition, more rest, less tension, and taking time to go outdoors and work or walk 30-60 minutes at a time will do much to build the body. A cold morning shower invigorates the body. • As an aid in rebuilding the body after acute or chronic illnesses, the following herbal formula is quite helpful. It combines
  • 16. ● Catarrh (Excess Mucus) ● Common Cold ● Coughs ● Chills ● # Heat Production, Increase NFECTIONS — ● Viral Infections ● Inflammation ● Influenza—1 (Flu, La Grippe) ● Influenza—2 (La Grippe) [Kellogg] —Also see section on Childhood Problems FEVER — ● Fever ● Fever Diseases, Acute [Kellogg] ● Smallpox—1 (Variola) ● Smallpox—2 [Kellogg] ● Cholera—1 ● Cholera—2 [Kellogg] ● Malaria ● Typhoid Fever ● Yellow Fever—1 ● Yellow Fever—2 [Kellogg] —Also see "Diphtheria," "Rocky Mountain nutritional benefits with herbal tonics: Mix together 1 oz. parsley root, 1 oz. alfalfa; 1/2 oz. of each of the following: dandelion root, comfrey root, yellow dock root, burdock root, nettles leaves, and dulse. Place in an uncovered pot with a quart of water and simmer for 20 minutes. Let it cool, then strain. Place the liquid back in the pot and simmer uncovered for one hour or until it is reduced to one cup. Stir in one cup of unsulphured blackstrap molasses and refrigerate. Take one tablespoonful 3 times a day. • A variant method would involve taking the powdered, mixed, dry herbs (not having gone through the cooking stage), place them in #00 capsules, and take 2-4 caps with each meal. HYDRO—Here are water treatments, explained in the author's Water Therapy Manual (see order sheet), which will increase endurance: Tonic frictions, which include Wet Hand Rub, Cold Mitten Friction, Cold Towel Rub, Wet Sheet Rub, Dripping Sheet Rub, Ice Rub, and Salt Glow (WTM, pp. 97-105). In cases of severe exhaustion, bed rest for a time, proper diet, plus carefully graduated tonic cold applications, especially Percussion Douche to spine (p. 228). ENCOURAGEMENT—No one understands as well as Jesus your problems. He is watching over you, and if you are willing to be guided by Him, He will throw around you influences for good that will enable you to accomplish all His will for you. EMOTIONAL FATIGUE SYNDROME SYMPTOMS—A variety of symptoms could be involved: continual tension and stress, anxiety, depression, loss of interest, no zest for life, inability to cope with everyday problems, mental and physical fatigue, loss of confidence, fear of failure, panic attacks, a sense of hopelessness, mood swings, muscle spasms, sensitivity to noise, negative attitudes, and constant worrying. CAUSES—Emotional stress depletes the nervous system, weakens emotional stability, and fatigues the body. Such stress weakens the functions of the body organs (such as the stomach and liver). This in turn results in malnourishment
  • 17. Spotted Fever," "Typhus," and others MMUNE PROBLEMS — ● Weakened Autonomic System ● Lupus ● Sjogren's Syndrome —Also see "Ankylosing Spondylitis" AGING — ● Aging and a release of toxins into the system. Primary causes would include constipation, autointoxication, nutritional deficiencies, a negative outlook on people and circumstances, and negative input from other people. TREATMENT— • Learn to relax, as well as exercise out-of-doors. Do everything with an attitude of thankfulness toward and trust in God, believing that He will work everything out for the best. • Eat high fiber foods, fruits, vegetables, juices, sprouts, grains, nuts, seeds, and beans. Vitamins A, D, C, and E are important. Take a multivitamin tablet twice a day. Make sure you are getting enough calcium, magnesium and potassium. ENCOURAGEMENT—Learn all you can about the laws of health, and obey those laws. Nothing is apparently more helpless, yet really more invincible, than the soul that feels its nothingness and relies wholly on Jesus for help. God can help you. CHRONIC FATIGUE SYMPTOMS—A continual feeling of exhaustion. CAUSES—Fatigue is a symptom pointing to other problems; it is not a disease itself. Chronic fatigue is generally caused by a high-fat and refined carbohydrate diet, along with emotional stress. Any of the following only adds to the exhaustion: drugs, caffeine products, smoking, alcohol, poor eating habits. Chronic fatigue can forewarn of an undetected problem such as anemia, hypoglycemia, diabetes, allergies, malabsorption of nutrients, candidiasis, poor circulation, hypothyroidism, Epstein Barr virus (EBV), mononucleosis, or cancer. It can also be caused by weight loss, obesity, and, if characterized only by a lack of energy, boredom. TREATMENT— • Obtain adequate rest, exercise, and a well-balanced diet.
  • 18. • Deficiencies of vitamin B complex, C and D, or iron may cause fatigue. Also needed: vitamins A, pantothenic acid, B12, folic acid, C, E, iron, calcium, magnesium. Acidophilus is very helpful to improve digestion and the production of certain B vitamins in the bowel. • Exercise every day outdoors. Try to induce some perspiration. Also helpful are ice-cold foot baths, daily morning bare-foot grass walks, alternative hot and cold showers, "salt glow" skin rubs, and a dry friction rub with a skin brush. • Helpful herbs include American ginseng, lavender, rosemary, sweet flag, pasque flower. —Also see "Epstein Barr Virus," which is a different "chronic fatigue syndrome," although having the same name. ENCOURAGEMENT—The whole family of heaven is interested in the family here below, and messengers from the throne of God attend our steps every day. They seek to protect us from our mistakes, amid the problems we daily encounter. By faith in Christ, obey God's Ten Commandment law, and know that He will work everything out for the best. EPSTEIN BARR VIRUS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) SYMPTOMS—Recurrent upper-respiratory tract infections, exhaustion, extreme fatigue, sore throat, swollen lymph nodes, achy joints and muscles, memory loss, low-grade fevers, headaches, poor concentration, night sweats, irritability, and deep depression. Because the symptoms resemble flu and other viral symptoms, EBV is not always diagnosed correctly. In fact, it is frequently misdiagnosed as hypochondria, depression, or psychosomatic illness. CAUSES—Chronic fatigue syndrome is caused by the Epstein Barr virus (EBV). This condition has become widespread in America. the CDC in Atlanta estimates that tens of thousands of people are infected with it. Yet they are unaware of it since symptoms are frequently not prominent. This virus is also the cause of infectious mononucleosis. When mononucleosis occurs, the person becomes very ill for two to four weeks, or longer if the diet is not corrected. (See "Mononucleosis.")
  • 19. EBV is a type of herpes virus, and is related to the viruses that cause genital herpes and shingles. Keep in mind that chronic fatigue syndrome can also be caused by certain other factors: candida albicans (yeast infection), anemia, chronic mercury poisoning from dental amalgam tooth fillings, hypoglycemia, insomnia, and hypothyroidism. (All of the above problems are dealt with in articles in this book.) Once EBV is contracted, it always remains in the body. Fortunately, most people develop antibodies to it. The problem occurs when they become run- down and overworked—and then the dormant EBV strikes. It is more likely to reveal its presence when other diseases are also present, such as arthritis, lupus, multiple sclerosis, cancer, or AIDS. EBV causes the body to overreact, resulting in a burn-out of the immune system. Epstein Barr virus is very contagious, and can be transmitted by close contact, kissing, sharing food, coughing, and through sex. Blood tests for antibodies against candida albicans, EBV, HBLV and CMV are available for specific diagnosis. Yet the fact remains that EBV symptoms are similar to those for many infections, anemia, parasites, endocrine diseases, and AIDS. TREATMENT— • Antibiotics do not help since EBV is a virus. Recovery takes time, rest, and good nutrition. Drink lots of water; at least 8 glasses a day. Regularity in bowel movements are essential. Add fiber to the diet. Cleansing enemas should be used occasionally. Get plenty of rest. Do not overexert yourself with heavy exercise. • Remove from the diet all junk foods, processed foods, fried foods, stimulants (coffee, tea, soft drinks, sugar), and white flour products (bread, spaghetti, etc.) • It is said that 60 percent of those with EBV also have candida (see Candidiasis), therefore it is best to eat some form of acidophilus. Eliminate sugar, alcohol, mushrooms and all fungi, molds and yeast, fermented foods such as sauerkraut, soy sauce, dry roasted nuts, potato chips, soda pop, bacon, pork, lunch meats, and all types of cheese. • Eat some brand of "greens" tablets. Chlorophyll is vital to
  • 20. proper diet and healing. Make green drinks from whizzed up greens and pineapple juice. • Take no aspirin, since it may induce Reye's syndrome (especially in children). • Helpful herbs include red clover to cleanse the blood, echinacea to help the glands, garlic as an antibiotic, and saffron to help reduce pain. —Also see "Lyme Disease," which has similar symptoms. Also see "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome." ENCOURAGEMENT—The heart that has once tasted the love of Christ, cries out continually for a deeper draught. How thankful we can be for His love and care over us. CANDIDIASIS (Yeast Infection, Candida, Thrush, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) SYMPTOMS—Symptoms include bad breath, constipation, chronic infections, depression, fatigue, food cravings, gas, headaches, adrenal and thyroid problems, hiatal hernia, indigestion, insomnia, mental confusion, discomforting odors, panic attacks, and menstrual problems. CAUSES—This is an infection caused by candida albicans, a normally harmless yeast (saprophyte) found in your intestines. Some of it is also regularly found in your mouth, throat, and genital tract. But this organism goes wild when its competitors, the normal bacteria of the intestines, are killed by long term use of antibiotics. This enables the candida to greatly increase in number. Stress causes a reduced production of stomach acid, which lets candida enter the stomach—a place where it normally is never found. As a result, less digested food enters the intestines, much to the liking of the candida which feeds upon it. This yeast-like substance proliferates so massively that it enters the blood stream and is carried to many parts of the body, weakening the immune system and causing various problems.
  • 21. In the oral cavity, candida is called thrush. White sores may develop on the tongue, gums, and inside the cheeks. In the vagina, it results in vaginitis. Large amounts of a white, cheesy discharge and intense itching occur. Other effects are food allergies, athlete's foot, ringworm, jock itch, and even diaper rash. Candida is not transmitted sexually, but mothers may pass thrush on to their newborn children. The baby's tongue will appear red and be covered with white spots (generally appearing 8-9 days after delivery) that will appear like milk spots. On the buttocks, thrush may resemble diaper rash. Because their vaginal environment is more conducive to the growth of yeast, diabetic women can contract candida easier than diabetic men. You may wish to request a blood test for antibodies against C. albicans. A skin test, similar to a TB tine test, is also available. A positive result is clear-cut. Unfortunately, a negative one provides less certainty that one does not have it. Candida is difficult to diagnose, since a culture cannot be used. This is because this yeast is a normal constituent of everyone's intestines. TREATMENT—Try to eliminate food allergies, hypoglycemia, any infections, and indigestion. • Replant Lactobacillus acidophilus. This is the friendly intestinal bacteria which the "wonder drugs" earlier killed off. Lactobacillus is a primary competitor of candida for food in the intestine. Use a retention enema containing 4 oz. warm water and 10 billion organisms (empty twenty 500,000 organism capsules into the water). Use 3 times weekly, 10 minutes each time. • Helpful herbs include burdock, echinacea, ginger, golden seal, bee pollen, kelp, lobelia, passion flower, pau d'arco, psyllium, slippery elm, ginkgo, and suma. • Useful nutrients include vitamin B complex with extra biotin: 100 mg 3 times a day. / B12 lozenges: place 2,000 mcg lozenge under tongue 3 times a day between meals. / Essential fatty acids: Wheat germ oil, primrose oil, etc. / Garlic capsules: 2 caps 3 times a day. / Multivitamin cap, 2-3 times a day. Take vitamin C up to bowel tolerance. • Also helpful: vitamin A: 25,000 IU one to two times a day; B6: 100-250 mg one to two times daily; vitamin E: 400-800 IU daily;
  • 22. biotin; aloe vera juice: 2 oz. four times per day. • Do not use oral contraceptives while you have candida. Do not use sugary foods. Do not use cheese, alcohol, chocolate, fermented food, gluten grains (wheat, oats, rye, and barley). Do not use meat, pickles, raw mushrooms, vinegar, or any yeast products. • Yeast thrives on sugars and carbohydrates. A vegetarian nondairy diet of protein, unrefined grains, and vegetables is best. Onions and garlic are very helpful. Fresh, raw garlic is the best. Avoid meat-based proteins, since these are associated with abnormal bowel flora development. Avoid yeasted grain foods. • Avoid antibiotics and steroids, because they destroy the competing bacteria and allow candida to overgrow. • Wear cotton underpants, rather than close-mesh synthetic or silk. • An alternative to douching is the sitz (sitting) bath. Fill a shallow tub to the hip with warm water, then add salt (enough to make the water taste salty, about 1/2 cup) to match your body's natural saline state. Add 1/2 cup vinegar to help rebalance the vaginal pH to 4.5. Then sit in the water, knees apart, until it gets cool. The bath will do the cleansing. Douching can be done with a similar mixture (4 teaspoons vinegar to 1 pint of water). INFANT THRUSH—Four percent of infants have oral thrush. Keep rubber nipples clean, as well as all objects going into baby's mouth. If bottle-feeding, boil nipples and bottles 20 minutes after thorough washing (candida spores are heat resistant). Give plain water to cleanse the mouth after every feeding. Inspect the mouth before each feeding, and begin treatment if thrush is seen. Swab infected areas with saturated solution of baking soda 3-4 times a day. Garlic overpowers candida, so it may be swabbed on the lesions several times a day. —Also see "Vaginitis," "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome." ENCOURAGEMENT—Our God delights to do abundantly above all that we ask or think. He will care for you through this crisis. Trust Him and, by His enabling grace, obey His Scriptures. JET LAG
  • 23. SYMPTOMS—Fatigue, lethargy, irritability, inability to sleep, trouble concentrating and making decisions, perhaps even diarrhea and a lack of appetite. CAUSES—Jetting across several time zones produces a sudden violation of your body's inner clocks. If, from America for example, you fly to Australia or Europe, you will experience jet lag—for you will suddenly be thrust into meals and wakefulness in the middle of "your night," and awake when your body tells you it is time for sleep. DEALING WITH IT—Here are several suggestions, one or more of which may help: • Get extra sleep beforehand. Drink plenty of fluids and be quiet and relaxed during the flight. Fly by day, arrive at night—and then soak up some extra rest. Get out in the sunshine the next day; this will help your body adapt. Obtain some exercise after arriving. Some people try living by their home clock—but most cannot do that. • Try to avoid important decisions during the adjustment days. The general rule is that it will take one day of adjustment for each time zone crossed. So be prepared. • When crossing only two or three time zones, it is known that going west is easier on the body than going east. This is because it is easier to get more sleep on arriving, since you experience more hours that particular day. ENCOURAGEMENT—We should ever seek to realize that the Lord is very near us. He can help us as no other one can. Trusting Him and obeying His Word, we can have the help we need. # TONIC EFFECTS, OBTAINING HYDRO—Hot and Cold to the Spine (pp. 68-69 in the author's Water Therapy Manual (see order sheet) is a revulsive compress and acts as a strong stimulant and tonic, and is used in a large number of conditions needing such a treatment.
  • 24. The Wet-hand Rub, the Cold Mitten Friction, the Cold-towel Rub, the Wet- sheet Rub, the Dripping-sheet Rub, and the Ice Rub (p. 98, etc.) are all used to increase body circulation and heat. The first four are the mildest and best. The Revulsive Shower (p. 129) and Alternate Hot and Cold Shower (p. 130) are also beneficial. The Sun Bath (p. 143) and Sea Bathing (p. 144) are also good. The Sun, Air, and Water Bath, Wet Grass Walk, and Summer Spray (pp. 144- 145) are equally useful. Caution should be exercised in giving the above treatments if the patient is frail, diabetic, or has a heart condition. See that book for much more information.
  • 25. Section1 GeneralProblems Part1 Fatigue DEBILITY (Weak, Debilitated Conditions) SYMPTOMS—A feeling of exhaustion all or much of the time. CAUSES—This can be caused by a number of dietetic, physical, or hormonal problems, some of which are mentioned below. See "Chronic Fatigue" for much more information. TREATMENT— • Some weak individuals only need rest, fresh air, sunshine, pure water, nutritious meals, and freedom from worry. • Some need to clean the toxins from their body. Those who do so, may feel weaker for a few days, but afterwards will generally feel much better and stronger. • Over-indulgence in sex is an excellent way to debilitate the body. Worry wears out the life forces. The use of coffee, tea, tobacco, alcohol, and processed and junk foods are also sources of trouble. • Trust in God, obey the Ten Commandments, and live as healthfully as you can. • A good program of better nutrition, more rest, less tension, and taking time to go outdoors and work or walk 30-60 minutes at a time will do much to build the body. A cold morning shower invigorates the body. • As an aid in rebuilding the body after acute or chronic illnesses, the following herbal formula is quite helpful. It combines nutritional benefits with herbal tonics:
  • 26. Mix together 1 oz. parsley root, 1 oz. alfalfa; 1/2 oz. of each of the following: dandelion root, comfrey root, yellow dock root, burdock root, nettles leaves, and dulse. Place in an uncovered pot with a quart of water and simmer for 20 minutes. Let it cool, then strain. Place the liquid back in the pot and simmer uncovered for one hour or until it is reduced to one cup. Stir in one cup of unsulphured blackstrap molasses and refrigerate. Take one tablespoonful 3 times a day. • A variant method would involve taking the powdered, mixed, dry herbs (not having gone through the cooking stage), place them in #00 capsules, and take 2-4 caps with each meal. HYDRO—Here are water treatments, explained in the author's Water Therapy Manual (see order sheet), which will increase endurance: Tonic frictions, which include Wet Hand Rub, Cold Mitten Friction, Cold Towel Rub, Wet Sheet Rub, Dripping Sheet Rub, Ice Rub, and Salt Glow (WTM, pp. 97-105). In cases of severe exhaustion, bed rest for a time, proper diet, plus carefully graduated tonic cold applications, especially Percussion Douche to spine (p. 228). ENCOURAGEMENT—No one understands as well as Jesus your problems. He is watching over you, and if you are willing to be guided by Him, He will throw around you influences for good that will enable you to accomplish all His will for you. EMOTIONAL FATIGUE SYNDROME SYMPTOMS—A variety of symptoms could be involved: continual tension and stress, anxiety, depression, loss of interest, no zest for life, inability to cope with everyday problems, mental and physical fatigue, loss of confidence, fear of failure, panic attacks, a sense of hopelessness, mood swings, muscle spasms, sensitivity to noise, negative attitudes, and constant worrying. CAUSES—Emotional stress depletes the nervous system, weakens emotional stability, and fatigues the body. Such stress weakens the functions of the body organs (such as the stomach and liver). This in turn results in malnourishment and a release of toxins into the system. Primary causes would include constipation, autointoxication, nutritional deficiencies, a negative outlook on people and circumstances, and negative input from other people. TREATMENT—
  • 27. • Learn to relax, as well as exercise out-of-doors. Do everything with an attitude of thankfulness toward and trust in God, believing that He will work everything out for the best. • Eat high fiber foods, fruits, vegetables, juices, sprouts, grains, nuts, seeds, and beans. Vitamins A, D, C, and E are important. Take a multivitamin tablet twice a day. Make sure you are getting enough calcium, magnesium and potassium. ENCOURAGEMENT—Learn all you can about the laws of health, and obey those laws. Nothing is apparently more helpless, yet really more invincible, than the soul that feels its nothingness and relies wholly on Jesus for help. God can help you. CHRONIC FATIGUE SYMPTOMS—A continual feeling of exhaustion. CAUSES—Fatigue is a symptom pointing to other problems; it is not a disease itself. Chronic fatigue is generally caused by a high-fat and refined carbohydrate diet, along with emotional stress. Any of the following only adds to the exhaustion: drugs, caffeine products, smoking, alcohol, poor eating habits. Chronic fatigue can forewarn of an undetected problem such as anemia, hypoglycemia, diabetes, allergies, malabsorption of nutrients, candidiasis, poor circulation, hypothyroidism, Epstein Barr virus (EBV), mononucleosis, or cancer. It can also be caused by weight loss, obesity, and, if characterized only by a lack of energy, boredom. TREATMENT— • Obtain adequate rest, exercise, and a well-balanced diet. • Deficiencies of vitamin B complex, C and D, or iron may cause fatigue. Also needed: vitamins A, pantothenic acid, B12, folic acid, C, E, iron, calcium, magnesium. Acidophilus is very helpful to improve digestion and the production of certain B vitamins in the bowel. • Exercise every day outdoors. Try to induce some perspiration. Also helpful are ice-cold foot baths, daily morning bare-foot grass walks, alternative hot and cold showers, "salt glow" skin rubs, and a dry friction rub with a skin brush.
  • 28. • Helpful herbs include American ginseng, lavender, rosemary, sweet flag, pasque flower. —Also see "Epstein Barr Virus," which is a different "chronic fatigue syndrome," although having the same name. ENCOURAGEMENT—The whole family of heaven is interested in the family here below, and messengers from the throne of God attend our steps every day. They seek to protect us from our mistakes, amid the problems we daily encounter. By faith in Christ, obey God's Ten Commandment law, and know that He will work everything out for the best. EPSTEIN BARR VIRUS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) SYMPTOMS—Recurrent upper-respiratory tract infections, exhaustion, extreme fatigue, sore throat, swollen lymph nodes, achy joints and muscles, memory loss, low-grade fevers, headaches, poor concentration, night sweats, irritability, and deep depression. Because the symptoms resemble flu and other viral symptoms, EBV is not always diagnosed correctly. In fact, it is frequently misdiagnosed as hypochondria, depression, or psychosomatic illness. CAUSES—Chronic fatigue syndrome is caused by the Epstein Barr virus (EBV). This condition has become widespread in America. the CDC in Atlanta estimates that tens of thousands of people are infected with it. Yet they are unaware of it since symptoms are frequently not prominent. This virus is also the cause of infectious mononucleosis. When mononucleosis occurs, the person becomes very ill for two to four weeks, or longer if the diet is not corrected. (See "Mononucleosis.") EBV is a type of herpes virus, and is related to the viruses that cause genital herpes and shingles. Keep in mind that chronic fatigue syndrome can also be caused by certain other factors: candida albicans (yeast infection), anemia, chronic mercury poisoning from dental amalgam tooth fillings, hypoglycemia, insomnia, and hypothyroidism. (All of the above problems are dealt with in articles in this book.) Once EBV is contracted, it always remains in the body. Fortunately, most people develop antibodies to it. The problem occurs when they become run-down and overworked—and then the dormant EBV strikes. It is more likely to reveal its presence when other diseases are also present, such as arthritis, lupus, multiple sclerosis, cancer, or AIDS.
  • 29. EBV causes the body to overreact, resulting in a burn-out of the immune system. Epstein Barr virus is very contagious, and can be transmitted by close contact, kissing, sharing food, coughing, and through sex. Blood tests for antibodies against candida albicans, EBV, HBLV and CMV are available for specific diagnosis. Yet the fact remains that EBV symptoms are similar to those for many infections, anemia, parasites, endocrine diseases, and AIDS. TREATMENT— • Antibiotics do not help since EBV is a virus. Recovery takes time, rest, and good nutrition. Drink lots of water; at least 8 glasses a day. Regularity in bowel movements are essential. Add fiber to the diet. Cleansing enemas should be used occasionally. Get plenty of rest. Do not overexert yourself with heavy exercise. • Remove from the diet all junk foods, processed foods, fried foods, stimulants (coffee, tea, soft drinks, sugar), and white flour products (bread, spaghetti, etc.) • It is said that 60 percent of those with EBV also have candida (see Candidiasis), therefore it is best to eat some form of acidophilus. Eliminate sugar, alcohol, mushrooms and all fungi, molds and yeast, fermented foods such as sauerkraut, soy sauce, dry roasted nuts, potato chips, soda pop, bacon, pork, lunch meats, and all types of cheese. • Eat some brand of "greens" tablets. Chlorophyll is vital to proper diet and healing. Make green drinks from whizzed up greens and pineapple juice. • Take no aspirin, since it may induce Reye's syndrome (especially in children). • Helpful herbs include red clover to cleanse the blood, echinacea to help the glands, garlic as an antibiotic, and saffron to help reduce pain. —Also see "Lyme Disease," which has similar symptoms. Also see "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome." ENCOURAGEMENT—The heart that has once tasted the love of Christ, cries out continually for a deeper draught. How thankful we can be for His love and care over us. CANDIDIASIS (Yeast Infection, Candida, Thrush, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome)
  • 30. SYMPTOMS—Symptoms include bad breath, constipation, chronic infections, depression, fatigue, food cravings, gas, headaches, adrenal and thyroid problems, hiatal hernia, indigestion, insomnia, mental confusion, discomforting odors, panic attacks, and menstrual problems. CAUSES—This is an infection caused by candida albicans, a normally harmless yeast (saprophyte) found in your intestines. Some of it is also regularly found in your mouth, throat, and genital tract. But this organism goes wild when its competitors, the normal bacteria of the intestines, are killed by long term use of antibiotics. This enables the candida to greatly increase in number. Stress causes a reduced production of stomach acid, which lets candida enter the stomach—a place where it normally is never found. As a result, less digested food enters the intestines, much to the liking of the candida which feeds upon it. This yeast-like substance proliferates so massively that it enters the blood stream and is carried to many parts of the body, weakening the immune system and causing various problems. In the oral cavity, candida is called thrush. White sores may develop on the tongue, gums, and inside the cheeks. In the vagina, it results in vaginitis. Large amounts of a white, cheesy discharge and intense itching occur. Other effects are food allergies, athlete's foot, ringworm, jock itch, and even diaper rash. Candida is not transmitted sexually, but mothers may pass thrush on to their newborn children. The baby's tongue will appear red and be covered with white spots (generally appearing 8-9 days after delivery) that will appear like milk spots. On the buttocks, thrush may resemble diaper rash. Because their vaginal environment is more conducive to the growth of yeast, diabetic women can contract candida easier than diabetic men. You may wish to request a blood test for antibodies against C. albicans. A skin test, similar to a TB tine test, is also available. A positive result is clear-cut. Unfortunately, a negative one provides less certainty that one does not have it. Candida is difficult to diagnose, since a culture cannot be used. This is because this yeast is a normal constituent of everyone's intestines. TREATMENT—Try to eliminate food allergies, hypoglycemia, any infections, and indigestion.
  • 31. • Replant Lactobacillus acidophilus. This is the friendly intestinal bacteria which the "wonder drugs" earlier killed off. Lactobacillus is a primary competitor of candida for food in the intestine. Use a retention enema containing 4 oz. warm water and 10 billion organisms (empty twenty 500,000 organism capsules into the water). Use 3 times weekly, 10 minutes each time. • Helpful herbs include burdock, echinacea, ginger, golden seal, bee pollen, kelp, lobelia, passion flower, pau d'arco, psyllium, slippery elm, ginkgo, and suma. • Useful nutrients include vitamin B complex with extra biotin: 100 mg 3 times a day. / B12 lozenges: place 2,000 mcg lozenge under tongue 3 times a day between meals. / Essential fatty acids: Wheat germ oil, primrose oil, etc. / Garlic capsules: 2 caps 3 times a day. / Multivitamin cap, 2-3 times a day. Take vitamin C up to bowel tolerance. • Also helpful: vitamin A: 25,000 IU one to two times a day; B6: 100-250 mg one to two times daily; vitamin E: 400-800 IU daily; biotin; aloe vera juice: 2 oz. four times per day. • Do not use oral contraceptives while you have candida. Do not use sugary foods. Do not use cheese, alcohol, chocolate, fermented food, gluten grains (wheat, oats, rye, and barley). Do not use meat, pickles, raw mushrooms, vinegar, or any yeast products. • Yeast thrives on sugars and carbohydrates. A vegetarian nondairy diet of protein, unrefined grains, and vegetables is best. Onions and garlic are very helpful. Fresh, raw garlic is the best. Avoid meat-based proteins, since these are associated with abnormal bowel flora development. Avoid yeasted grain foods. • Avoid antibiotics and steroids, because they destroy the competing bacteria and allow candida to overgrow. • Wear cotton underpants, rather than close-mesh synthetic or silk. • An alternative to douching is the sitz (sitting) bath. Fill a shallow tub to the hip with warm water, then add salt (enough to make the water taste salty, about 1/2 cup) to match your body's natural saline state. Add 1/2 cup vinegar to help rebalance the vaginal pH to 4.5. Then sit in the water, knees apart, until it gets cool. The bath will do the cleansing. Douching can be done with a similar mixture (4 teaspoons vinegar to 1 pint of water). INFANT THRUSH—Four percent of infants have oral thrush. Keep rubber nipples clean, as well as all objects going into baby's mouth. If bottle-feeding, boil nipples and bottles 20 minutes after thorough washing (candida spores are heat resistant). Give plain water to cleanse the mouth after every feeding. Inspect the mouth before each feeding, and begin treatment if thrush is seen. Swab infected areas with saturated solution of baking soda 3-4 times a day. Garlic overpowers candida, so it may be swabbed on
  • 32. the lesions several times a day. —Also see "Vaginitis," "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome." ENCOURAGEMENT—Our God delights to do abundantly above all that we ask or think. He will care for you through this crisis. Trust Him and, by His enabling grace, obey His Scriptures. JET LAG SYMPTOMS—Fatigue, lethargy, irritability, inability to sleep, trouble concentrating and making decisions, perhaps even diarrhea and a lack of appetite. CAUSES—Jetting across several time zones produces a sudden violation of your body's inner clocks. If, from America for example, you fly to Australia or Europe, you will experience jet lag—for you will suddenly be thrust into meals and wakefulness in the middle of "your night," and awake when your body tells you it is time for sleep. DEALING WITH IT—Here are several suggestions, one or more of which may help: • Get extra sleep beforehand. Drink plenty of fluids and be quiet and relaxed during the flight. Fly by day, arrive at night—and then soak up some extra rest. Get out in the sunshine the next day; this will help your body adapt. Obtain some exercise after arriving. Some people try living by their home clock—but most cannot do that. • Try to avoid important decisions during the adjustment days. The general rule is that it will take one day of adjustment for each time zone crossed. So be prepared. • When crossing only two or three time zones, it is known that going west is easier on the body than going east. This is because it is easier to get more sleep on arriving, since you experience more hours that particular day. ENCOURAGEMENT—We should ever seek to realize that the Lord is very near us. He can help us as no other one can. Trusting Him and obeying His Word, we can have the help we need. # TONIC EFFECTS, OBTAINING
  • 33. HYDRO—Hot and Cold to the Spine (pp. 68-69 in the author's Water Therapy Manual (see order sheet) is a revulsive compress and acts as a strong stimulant and tonic, and is used in a large number of conditions needing such a treatment. The Wet-hand Rub, the Cold Mitten Friction, the Cold-towel Rub, the Wet-sheet Rub, the Dripping- sheet Rub, and the Ice Rub (p. 98, etc.) are all used to increase body circulation and heat. The first four are the mildest and best. The Revulsive Shower (p. 129) and Alternate Hot and Cold Shower (p. 130) are also beneficial. The Sun Bath (p. 143) and Sea Bathing (p. 144) are also good. The Sun, Air, and Water Bath, Wet Grass Walk, and Summer Spray (pp. 144-145) are equally useful. Caution should be exercised in giving the above treatments if the patient is frail, diabetic, or has a heart condition. See that book for much more information.
  • 34. Section12 Lymphatic LymphSystem SWOLLEN GLANDS SYMPTOMS—This generally refers to the swelling of lymph nodes (commonly referred to as "glands") on the sides of the neck, by the throat. But it can also refer to enlargement of any other lymph glands, such as are under the armpits or in the groin. There may also be heat, tenderness, and reddening of the overlying skin, as well as fever. CAUSES—The lymph system filters out infections of various types, in order to rid them from the system. But an infection in the lymph nodes can occur. This can be a localized infection or an infection symptomatic of a more serious condition, such as measles, chicken pox, mononucleosis, tuberculosis, syphilis, leukemia, or cancer. TREATMENT— • The specific infection needs to be overcome through fasting, bed rest, careful diet, keeping the bowels open, and not consuming improper foods or drink. • Vitamins A, B complex, and C are important. —See "Fevers." Also see other topics in this section on the Lymphatics. ENCOURAGEMENT—Precious are the privileges of the soul who abides in Christ. Whatever the trials that life may bring, in Christ's strength, we are able to meet them.
  • 35. LYMPHANGITIS (Spleenic Inflammation) SYMPTOMS—Begins with a chill and high fever, with moderate swelling and pain of the lymphatic tissues. A severe pain develops in the left side, and extends up to the shoulder. When the infection is in the deep layers of skin, there is a deep general flush with raised borders in the affected areas. The skin becomes hot and dry, and the person becomes very thirsty. CAUSE AND TREATMENT—This is a streptococcus infection of one or more lymphatic glands, usually of the spleen. Applications of heat should be made, in the form of baths or hot fomentations. Give plenty of fluids, to help flush out the lymphatics. Rest and a light diet are important. Give a fruit diet for a few days. Give the kind of care for one with a fever. Keep the bowels open, using laxative herbs. Do not strain at the stool, for this could injure a temporarily enlarged spleen. Apply hot fomentations, followed by short cold. This will greatly help to reduce pain and inflammation. Do this 2-3 times a day until the pain is relieved, then once a day. —See "Fevers." ENCOURAGEMENT—We must be living branches, connected closely to Christ, so that we may bear the fruit of unselfish kindness to all about us. By His grace this can be done. HODGKIN'S DISEASE (Hodgkin's Lymphoma) SYMPTOMS—Fatigue, itching, fever, general sickish feeling, night sweats, weakness, weight loss, enlargement of lymph nodes and spleen which is generally not painful. CAUSES—Hodgkin's disease is cancer of the lymph glands, which includes the lymph nodes and the spleen. It most frequently occurs in young adults. There are hundreds of lymph nodes in your body and, together with their connecting network of tubes, are really immense in size and scope. The lymphatic system helps protect the body against toxins of various types. Carried off through the
  • 36. lymphatic vessels, those foreign substances are then temporarily stored in lymphatic organs (the spleen, nodes, tonsils, and appendix). If these are removed, or become clogged because too much waste matter is being channeled through them, then trouble occurs. TREATMENT— • Contact your physician. • Go on a vegetable juice fast for 2-3 days, then eat nourishing food, and fast again every few days. It is vital that you clean out the system, so it can restore itself. • Stop eating all refined, and junk, food. Stop smoking and drinking liquor. You must live right if you are to recover. • Steam baths, salt glows, and hot and cold water treatments will invigorate the body. • Keep the bowels open. Do not strain at the stool, for this could injure a temporarily enlarged spleen. • Helpful herbs include echinacea, burdock, pau d'arco, and red clover. Other herbs include white oak bark, plantain, vervain, and yarrow. —For further information, see "Cancer." ENCOURAGEMENT—Decide, with all your heart, that you will walk in the truth found in the Bible, and you will be safe. Cling to Jesus as your only help and stay close to Him amid the crises of life. MONONUCLEOSIS (Mono) SYMPTOMS—Depression, fatigue, fever, generalized aching, sore throat, swollen glands, headache, jaundice, with possible red rash in the form of raised bumps. CAUSES—Mono is a contagious disease, primarily affecting the spleen and lymphatic system. It can be transmitted by kissing, sexual contact, or sharing food or utensils. But it can also be spread through the air, breathing contaminated air exhaled by another. So it is not necessarily the "kissing disease" it is described to be.
  • 37. Most frequently contracted by children and teenagers, the incubation period is 10 days among children and 30-50 days among adults. The symptoms are very similar to those of the flu, but those of mononucleosis continue for 2-4 weeks! Even after the other symptoms are gone, a general fatigue can continue for 3-8 weeks more. Some people continue to feel fatigued for months or years. Individuals frequently say they felt sick but continued working, thinking they would shake it off—and then came down with mono. So if you feel like going to bed and getting well, do it before something worse happens to you. The Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) or, more rarely, the cytomegalovirus (CMV), is the cause of this infection. Therefore it cannot be treated with antibiotics. Both EBV and CMV remain in the body throughout the rest of one's life; but the infection, carefully treated, generally seems to go away. Therefore, rest and care for yourself, so the outward symptoms will successfully go away! TREATMENT— • Go on a light fast of fruit and vegetable juices for a day or two. • Eat a nourishing diet, emphasizing vegetable soups, potato peeling broth, and brown rice. Eat small meals. • Drink plenty of distilled water. • Do not eat processed, or junk, food. Do not eat meat, sugar, fried foods, or drink soft drinks. • Stay in bed until the worst part is over. You need lots of rest. • Do not strain at the stool, for this could injure a temporarily enlarged spleen. • Be alert to signs that a more serious spleenic infection may be about to begin: a fever over 102o F, severe pain in the middle of your left side that last 5 minutes or more, breathing becomes difficult, or swallowing becomes difficult. If this happens, contact your physician. See "Lymphangitis." ENCOURAGEMENT—Jesus is your Counselor. It is your privilege to cast all your care upon Him, for He careth for you.
  • 38. SCROFULA—1 (Lymph TB) HYDRO—Scrofula is a type of tuberculosis which affects the lymphatic organs. The following suggestions are from the author's book, Water Therapy Manual : Graduated cold applications; sunbaths; cold air baths; out-of-door exercises and living; aseptic diet, rich in protein; live in an elevated region—and not in the damp lowlands. —Also see "Scrofula—2." ENCOURAGEMENT—As the heart is opened to the entrance of God's Written Word, light from heaven shines upon the soul. Determine to make God first, best, and last in everything you say and do. SCROFULA—2 (J.H. Kellogg, M.D., Formulas) INCREASE GENERAL VITAL RESISTANCE—Graduated cold applications; sunbaths; cold air baths; out-of-door exercises and living; aseptic diet, rich in protein; live in an elevated region (not in the damp lowlands). GENERAL—Revulsive or Alternate Compress over swollen glands, twice a day. During intervals between, apply flannel-covered Heating Compress, renewed before it becomes dry. —Also see "Scrofula—1."
  • 39. Section1 GeneralProblems Part5 Fever FEVER SYMPTOMS—A fever is an elevation of body temperature above normal. A fever is not a disease, but a symptom that an infection or disease is present. Fevers are common in a wide variety of diseases, from mild to severe. Symptoms include headache, flushed face, body aches, nausea, little or no appetite, and sometimes diarrhea or vomiting. Skin may be warm with some perspiration, or hot and dry. The elevated temperature is an effort by the body to burn out infection, and the perspiration helps eliminate toxins. Therefore a partial fever may be helpful to the body in fighting the infection. If the fever does not get too high, let it run its course. Many enzymes, antibodies and white blood cell responses are better during slightly elevated temperatures. MORE ABOUT FEVERS—Normal is generally considered to be within a range of 97o to 99o F., but it can vary among individuals. If it is 100o F. or above, it is a fever. One should not have undue concern unless the body temperature rises above 102o F. in adults or 103o F. in children. Then call a doctor immediately. When body temperature is not more than 5o above normal, it does not completely interfere with body functions. But levels above 105o F. are dangerous; at 106o F., convulsions are common; at 108o F., irreversible brain damage frequently results. TREATMENT— • If the fever gets too high (above 102o F. in adults or 103o F. in children), immediately immerse the body in tepid water to lower the temperature. • Other suggestions would include: ice packs on the forehead, running cool water over the
  • 40. wrists, cool baths and drinking certain herb teas, such as feverfew, cinchona bark, and/or white willow. Others include meadow-sweet, sea buckthorn, European holly, and mugwort. A poultice can be made from echinacea root to lower fever. Linden tea can induce sweating to break a fever. Black elder tea is also good. • Keep in mind that the fever is not the infection; the infection must be solved, as well as the fever. • Vitamin C and lemon juice are especially helpful. Other nutrients include vitamin A, B complex, B1, D, calcium, potassium, and sodium. • There is a loss of protein during a fever. Caloric needs are higher, and metabolism is increased. Greater fluid intake is required. As fluid is lost, sodium and potassium are lost. Drink plenty of distilled water; also fruit and vegetable juices. It is important that solid food be avoided until the fever reduces. • Nutrient-rich juices are especially helpful: beet juice, carrot juice, etc. • For a feverish child, embed a grape or strawberry in a cube of frozen fruit juice, and let him suck on it. • Never give aspirin to children. It can trigger Reye's syndrome, a potentially fatal neurological illness. • He needs lots of oxygen. Make sure there is a current of air in the room; open the window. Get smokers out of the house. • Wet compresses help reduce temperature. Remove them and apply new ones as he heats the old ones. Apply them to the forehead, wrists, and calves. Keep the rest of the body covered. • Cool tap water can be sponged on the skin to dissipate excess heat. Wring out a sponge and wipe one section at a time, keeping the rest of the body covered. Because of rapid evaporation, you will not need to dry him with a towel. • Some people shiver when they have a fever. In such cases, immerse them in a tub of warm water. This will also lower temperature. For babies, give room-temperature baths. Sandwich them between wet towels, which are changed every 15 minutes. • If very hot, remove more covers and clothes; if chilly, add them. • When signs of fever are gone, be sure to prevent chilling.
  • 41. • Putting too many clothes on a child can actually cause a fever. REOCCURRENCE—If feverish flu-like symptoms keep reoccurring; in children this might indicate diabetes, and in teenagers and adults Epstein Barr virus. —Also see "Fever Diseases." Also see diseases listed under "Childhood Problems ("Chickenpox," "Diphtheria," Measles," "Mumps," "Scarlet Fever," etc.). ENCOURAGEMENT—Christ came so that whosoever believeth in Him may be saved. As the flower turns to the sun, so our eyes should turn to Him. We dare leave Him, lest we fall away. God can help you, just now. FEVER DISEASES, ACUTE (J.H. Kellogg, M.D., Formulas) FEVER DISEASES (ACUTE): COMPLICATIONS—This section deals with a number of complications that commonly arise during febrile (fever) disorders. GASTRITIS—Fomentation every 3 hours, followed in intervals between by Heating Compress at 600 F., to be changed every 30 minutes. ENTERCOLITIS—Large Hot Enema (l000F.), followed by Neutral Enema (960 F.) after each bowel movement. Fomentation to abdomen every 3 hours. Heating Compress at 600 F. during intervals in between, changed every 30 minutes. PERITONITIS—Hot Enema 3 times daily; Fomentation every 3 hours; Heating Compress at 600 F. during the intervals between, changing every 30 minutes. PERICARDITIS and ENDOCARDITIS—Fomentation for 30 minutes every hour, followed by Ice Bag or Cold Compress, to be removed for 5 minutes every 15 minutes. Hot Hip and Leg Pack if extremities are cold. Cold Mitten Friction to maintain surface circulation. PHLEBITIS, ARTHRITIS—Hot Blanket Pack followed by Cold Mitten Friction, carefully avoiding the affected part, or Hot Pack to affected limb 15 minutes every 3 hours. The Hot application should be followed by the Heating Compress which is changed after the next hot application, and retained during the interval between.
  • 42. LARYNGITIS—Steam Inhalation; Fomentation to throat every 3 hours with Heating Compress during the interval in between, renewed every 15 minutes at first, later once an hour. Derivative applications to legs, Hot Foot Baths, Hot Leg Packs, Heating Leg Pack. Repeat 3-4 times daily. Fomentation for 15 minutes every 3 hours, with well-protected Heating Compress between, changing once an hour. Derivative treatment to lower extremities. Steam Inhalation 15 minutes every hour. BRONCHOPNEUMONIA—Fomentation to chest every 2 hours, Heating Compress at 600 F., during the interval in between, changing every 30 minutes; Hot Blanket Pack for 15 minutes, followed by Heating or Sweating Wet Sheet Pack, 1-3 applications each 24 hours. PLEURISY—Fomentation every 15 minutes until pain is relieved. Repeat every 3 hours; well-protected Heating Compress during the interval between. Tight bandage about chest, if needed to control pain. NEPHRITIS, ALBUMINURIA—Hot Blanket Pack for 30- 60 minutes 2-3 times in 24 hours. Follow by Cold Friction. Protect the surface and maintain vigorous surface circulation. Large Enema 3 times a day; copious water drinking; Fomentation to lower back region every 4 hours for 30 minutes, followed by Heating Compress during interim between; Ice Bag over lower sternum. EDEMA—The same treatment as for Nephritis, Albuminuria, just above, with the addition of the Cold Compress over the heart for 15 minutes every 2 hours. DELIRIUM—Ice Cap; Ice Collar; Heating Wet Sheet Pack continued 1-2 hours. Prolonged Tepid or Neutral Bath. PARALYSIS—Ice Cap, ice to spine; alternate with Fomentation for 3 minutes every 15 minutes, repeating 4 times. Repeat every 4 hours. CONVULSIONS—Ice Cap; ice to spine; Hot Hip and Leg Pack. Hot Full Bath 1050 F., 5-8 minutes, with ice to head and neck. ABSCESS—Fomentation for 15 minutes every 2 hours; Heating Compress at 600 F. during the interval between. Renew every 15-30 minutes. VISCERAL INFLAMMATION—Large hot Fomentation over inflamed part for 15 minutes every 2 hours. During the interval between, Heating Compress at 600 F., renewed every 15 minutes during the acute stage. Later, Fomentation 3 times a day, with continuous Heating Compress during intervals between. THREATENED GANGRENE—Alternate Compress every 3 hours, Heating Compress or dry heat during the intervals between.
  • 43. TYPHOID STATE—Aseptic diet; copious water drinking; Neutral Enema at 950 F. daily; prolonged Neutral or Tepid Bath; Graduated Bath. —Also see "Fevers." SMALLPOX—1 (Variola) SYMPTOMS—It takes 12-14 days for the disease to develop after exposure. Several days of discomfort is followed by a severe chill, intense headache, terrible pain in the back and limbs, vomiting, fever, loss of appetite, and sometimes convulsions. Then the fever lowers and the eruptions appear. The pain disappears, but the highly contagious disease can still be given to others. The rash of smallpox initially consists of dark red papules, especially on the forehead, neck and wrists. They gradually fill with clear serum, becoming vesicles, which become depressed at their centers and then fill with pus (called pustules). CAUSES—Unsanitary living conditions, and poor diet. TREATMENT— • Call a physician. • Keep the sick person in bed with the windows darkened, yet maintaining ventilation and an even, moderate temperature. • Put him on a fast of juices, give plenty of lemon juice. Follow with a light diet of vegetable broth, oatmeal water, and fruit juices. • Give high herb enemas, and clean out the bowels. • When the skin is hot and dry, give him fluids every hour until there is free perspiration. • If the fever rises above 103o F., reduce it by means of tepid sponges, and tepid enemas.
  • 44. • Hot fomentations can partially relieve pain in the legs and back. • Bathe him with goldenseal root tea, or yellow dock root, or burdock root. • Open the pustules by pricking with a sterilized needle, about 4 days after they come to a head. Then bathe them with hydrogen peroxide. • Bathing the pustules with goldenseal tea will often keep pitting from occurring. Another formula is to mix goldenseal with Vaseline and apply to the pustules to keep from pitting. Yet another formula is bathing the skin with a tea of yellow dock root and goldenseal. —Also see "Smallpox—2." ENCOURAGEMENT—It is beyond our power to conceive the blessings that are brought within our reach through Christ, if we will but unite our human effort with divine grace. SMALLPOX—2 (J.H. Kellogg, M.D., Formulas) GENERAL—Spare, aseptic diet; water drinking. See "Scarlet Fever: Build General Resistance." LUMBAR (LOWER BACK) PAIN—Fomentation or Hot Trunk Pack every 3 hours; Heating Pack during interval between, changing every 30-40 minutes. NAUSEA AND VOMITING—Ice Bag over stomach, Hot and Cold Trunk Pack. CONSTIPATION—Cold Enema daily; colonic at 700 F. daily. DIARRHEA—Enema at 950 F. after each movement; Fomentation to abdomen; Cold Compress to be changed every hour. DELAYED ERUPTION—Hot Blanket Pack or Hot Bath followed by Sweating Wet Sheet Pack. FEVER—Graduated Bath; Prolonged Tepid Bath; Cooling Wet Sheet Pack; Cool Enema, with simultaneous Fomentation to back if necessary to prevent chill; large Cooling Compress. STAGE OF SUPPURATION (PUS FLOW)—Prolonged or Continuous Neutral Bath.
  • 45. SWELLING OF FACE—Hot Compress to face for 5 minutes every hour; Cold Compress during interval at 600 F., renewed every 20 minutes. PITTING—Cooling Compress, using red cloth, covering face completely; Red curtains to windows. HEADACHE and DELIRIUM—Ice Cap, Ice Collar. Hot and Cold Head Compress. CONTRAINDICATIONS—After the eruption appears, avoid the Wet Hand Rub, Cold Mitten Friction, and all Friction Baths. GENERAL METHOD—Keep the temperature down, and maintain activity of the skin by Prolonged Neutral and Tepid Baths; aid elimination by copious water drinking; prevent visceral complications by continuous cold to the head and the frequently changed Abdominal Compress. In confluent cases, general septicemia is prevented by Prolonged Full Baths. - If any of the following related problems exist, see under their respective headings: Broncho- Pneumonia, Endocarditis, Laryngitis, Nephritis, Inflammation of Eye. —Also see "Smallpox—1." CHOLERA—1 SYMPTOMS—A few hours or days after contracting the disease, it suddenly begins, often with sudden cramps in the back, legs, or arms. Often there is severe vomiting. So much fluid is lost that he becomes extremely thirsty, and the skin becomes dry. Stools become thin, and contain small, white, curdlike masses. Some cases of cholera are very light, and have few symptoms other than the diarrhea. CAUSES— Cholera occurs especially in hot, tropical climates. Filthy living conditions is generally the primary factor. Bowel discharges from those with cholera must be boiled to kill the germs. When this is not done, the disease spreads. Flies, cockroaches, ants and mice all carry the disease.
  • 46. But one cannot get it if he only eats and drinks that which has been boiled. Water and milk must be boiled. Vegetables and fruits must be washed, and then immersed in boiling water for a few seconds, then peeled. TREATMENT— • Call a physician. • Keep him quiet in bed. Provide fluids to compensate for the vomiting and fever. Diluted peppermint or spearmint tea is helpful. Have him drink a pint, then put your finger down his throat and help him get it out. This cleanses the stomach. (If he is too weak, do not do that.) Then give him a cup of hot peppermint tea to settle the stomach. • If vomiting of mucus resumes, repeat the process. • Goldenseal tea is also helpful. • Give enemas white oak bark, bayberry bark, and wild cherry. • Give hot fomentations over the bowels and the full length of the spine. • All stools and discharges should be burned or disinfected. No one should touch what is used by the patient. Caregivers should wash their hands frequently. • A diet of oatmeal water or slippery elm water is both nourishing and soothing. Combine with some soy milk to provide a balanced protein. —Also see "Cholera—2." ENCOURAGEMENT—If we will but seek God with all our hearts, if we will work with determined zeal to be a blessing each day, the light of heaven will shine upon us, even as it shone upon faithful Enoch. CHOLERA—2 (J.H. Kellogg, M.D., Formulas) IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION—Secure rest to the stomach and bowels by withholding food. Rest in bed.
  • 47. VOMITING—Ice Bag over stomach. Ice pills; Ice Compress to the throat. Fomentation to spine; Ice Bag to spine; Hot and Cold Trunk Pack. DIARRHEA—Hot Enema after each bowel movement; Fomentation over abdomen every 2 hours, duration 20 minutes during interval between Heating Compress at 600 F., renewed every 30 minutes. If the temperature is above 1020 F., Prolonged Neutral Bath or Hot Blanket Pack followed by Cold Mitten Friction or Cold Towel Rub. COLLAPSE—Hot Blanket Pack for 15 minutes, followed by Cold Mitten Friction. CARDIAC WEAKNESS—Ice Bag over heart. —Also see "Cholera—1." MALARIA SYMPTOMS—Chills occur for several hours, followed by drenching sweats every 1-3 days. CAUSES—There are four types of parasites which are introduced into the bloodstream by the anopheles mosquito. If the disease becomes chronic (recurrent), it results in general debility, anemia, and an enlarged spleen. Severe cases can be very debilitating. An especially deadly form is called blackwater fever. The skin takes on a yellow tint and the urine becomes progressively darker in color. Few people survive three attacks of blackwater fever. This disease generally occurs only in tropical climates, but it can and does occur in the United States as well. TREATMENT— • Call a physician. • There are two primary ways to treat malaria: • One way is by taking quinine. This is an extract of the bark of the cinchona tree. Quinine
  • 48. will generally eliminate the malaria, but a mild to severe hearing loss may also result. • The other way is to give hot and cold water treatments to the person. This takes work. The result is equally good, but no hearing loss results. • During the fever, give cold applications (cool wet sheet packs, sponge him off with cool water, etc.). During the chills, give him hot applications (hot packs). • Give goldenseal tea. —See "Fevers" for additional suggestions. ENCOURAGEMENT—Christ alone can place our feet in the right path. His perfection alone can avail for our imperfection. As we seek, by His enabling grace, to obey His Ten Commandment law, He will do that for us which we could never do for ourselves. TYPHOID FEVER SYMPTOMS—Onset comes 1-4 weeks after the germs enter the body. First a tired feeling and general weakness, then possibly a headache and nosebleed. The fever rises higher each day, until by the end of the first week it be 104o F. The evening temperature is distinctly higher than in the morning. Appetite is poor, the tongue is coated, and the teeth and lips have a brownish coat. There is either diarrhea or constipation, and stools are offensive. The abdomen is distended. CAUSES—Typhoid fever is an acute infectious disease caused by the typhoid bacillus. Germs are taken into the body through food or drink that has been directly or indirectly contaminated by bowel or kidney discharges from a typhoid fever patient. If the body was kept clean and only pure food and water was consumed, there would by no typhoid. TREATMENT— • Call a physician. • Put him to bed and give him air and moderate warmth, and lots of water to drink.
  • 49. • Place him on a diet of fruit juices and vegetable broths. All patients with typhoid fever must have raw garlic to eat. • Give at least one hot bath every day. Have him remain in the tub as long as possible (30 minutes or longer). Put cold cloths on the head and throat if weak or faint. Finish with a cold towel rub or spray. • Give a daily high enema. • Red clover tea and goldenseal tea are both good. Add 1 tsp. red clover blossoms to a cup of boiling water. Steep, and drink 5-12 cups a day. —Follow directions under "Fevers." ENCOURAGEMENT—Christ is strong to deliver. Help has been laid on One that is mighty. He encircles man with His long human arm, while with His divine arm He lays hold of all the power of heaven. Trust and obey, for there is no other way, to be happy in Jesus. YELLOW FEVER—1 SYMPTOMS—Illness begins about 3-6 days after the mosquito bite. Onset is extremely abrupt (within a few hours), with a rapid rise in temperature from normalcy to 103o F. or more. Face is flushed and swollen, and eyes bloodshot. There are severe pains in the head, and down the spine and legs. Pulse is rapid early in the disease. CAUSES—Caused by the bite of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, or one of several closely related species. Rarely occurs today in North America, but is more common in Central and South America. Mosquito netting should be used. TREATMENT— • Read the article on "Fevers" and apply it to control high fever (above 103o F.). Reduce fever with gently given tepid sponges over the body. • Give a high enema (preferably with a saline enema), and put the patient to bed. He should eat no food for 3 days; instead, squeeze juice of 2-3 lemons into a quart of water
  • 50. and drink 2 quarts unsweetened every day. Drink a quart of an herb tea (listed under "Fevers"). • If vomiting is severe, so water cannot be retained in the stomach, give an enema every 2 hours, of about a half pint of tepid water with half tsp. of baking soda dissolved in it. Give these enemas slowly. • Give an emetic if there is a lot of phlegm. • On fourth day, begin giving him light, nutritious food. Give fomentations to the spine, with cold foot bath and cold compress to the head, twice a day. • To avoid liver damage, do not use tobacco, alcohol, drugs, excess salt, cooked foods, fried foods, processed foods, etc. —Also see "Yellow Fever—2." ENCOURAGEMENT—It is faith that connects us with heaven, and brings us strength for coping with the powers of darkness. In Christ, God has provided means for subduing every evil trait, and resisting every temptation, however strong. YELLOW FEVER—2 (J.H. Kellogg, M.D., Formula) MAINTAIN GENERAL VITAL RESISTANCE—Short hot applications followed by Cold Mitten Friction or Wet Towel Rub every 3-6 hours. Copious water drinking; Cool Enema twice a day, more often if vomiting is persistent. ELIMINATION OF POISONS—Prolonged Neutral Bath; water drinking; Enemas. CHILL—Dry Pack; hot water drinking. HEADACHE—Ice Cap; Hot and Cold Head Compress. PAIN IN LOINS AND LEGS—Hot Hip and Leg Pack, Trunk Pack. Fomentation over lower back. DELIRIUM—Ice Cap, Wet Sheet Pack to heating stage.
  • 51. CEREBRAL CONGESTION—Ice Cap, or Ice Collar; Hot Leg Pack; Prolonged Neutral Bath. GASTRIC IRRITATION—Fomentation over stomach every 2 hours; In between: Heating Compress at 600 F., renewed every 20 minutes; Ice Bag above stomach; Hot and Cold Compress over stomach, or Hot and Cold Trunk Pack. VOMITING—Ice Pills; if necessary, withhold liquid foods, and give food and water by enema; Ice Bag over sternum; Ice to spine; Fomentation over stomach. CONSTIPATION—Cold Enema twice daily; Enema. ALBUMINURIA—Fomentation to the back every 2 hours for 15 minutes each time; In between: Heating Compress, well-protected; Hot Blanket Pack for 30 minutes, followed by short Cold Friction and wrapping in dry blankets; repeat every 4 hours. Ice Bag over sternum; continuous Moist Abdominal Bandage, changing every 2-3 minutes. Copious Enema twice daily. COLLAPSE—Hot Blanket Pack; Hot Enema; Cold Mitten Friction; Cold Compress over heart; Fomentation over heart for 30 seconds; Cold Compress for 10 minutes; repeat. JAUNDICE—Prolonged Neutral Bath; large Hot Enema twice daily; copious water drinking; Fomentation over liver every 3-6 hours for 15 minutes each time, with Heating Compress in intervals between. CONVULSIONS—Short Hot Bath, followed or accompanied by Cold Pail Pour to head and spine; Alternate Compress to spine; Heating Wet Sheet Pack. COMA—Alternate Compress to spine or Sponging to spine; Hot Enema; Cold Friction; Ice Cap. GENERAL METHOD—Combat visceral congestion from the start by maintaining a warm and active skin. Copious Enemas and water drinking will encourage elimination of the poison while the frequently repeated cold rubs (Cold Frictions) stimulate vital resistance. —Also see "Yellow Fever—2."
  • 52. Section 14 Birth and Children Part5 ChildhoodProblems BED-WETTING—1 (Enuresis) SYMPTOMS—A child continues to wet the bed. CAUSES—Bed wetters tend to have a small bladder capacity; this makes it difficult for them to go through the night without voiding. They also tend to urinate more frequently during the day. Here are the frequency statistics: 50% wet by the age of 2; 10-15% by 4; 4% at 12. Boys do it more frequently than girls, but girls can develop urinary tract infections from it. A primary cause of bed-wetting is allergy. Their parents are more likely to have hives, hay fever, urinary tract infection, food allergies, or drug allergies. Food allergies in the children are responsible for many cases. The most frequent problem foods were cow's milk (60% of the time), chocolate, eggs, citrus fruits, wheat, grains, corn, chicken, meat, peanuts, and fish. You would need to do pulse tests, to determine the problem food (see "Pulse Test"). Hyperactive children tend to be bed wetters. Constipation may at times be involved, by pressing on the bladder. Some children, especially older ones, continue to wet the bed because of tensions they live under in the home or at school. Removing milk from the diet reduced bed wetting in 50% of a group being studied. Anemia, pinworms, upper respiratory tract infections, or any toxic condition can be contributing factors.
  • 53. TREATMENT— • Consider all the above factors. • A common method is to have the child stop and start the flow of urine each time he urinates. This causes him to acquire better mental control of the function. This may solve the problem in as little as six weeks. • Spanking the child is not the solution! Do not praise and do not punish. The child does not do it on purpose, and he is sorry. Just change the bed and do not say a word. —But keep working on possible solutions listed here. No child wants to do it. • The child should be encouraged to have vigorous outdoor exercise. (It is known that bed wetters wet less during the summer months, and some who have stopped may return to it in the winter.) • In children over 10, limit the amount of fluid intake after 5 p.m. at night, until several months after bed-wetting ceases. • Bed-wetting alarms can be purchased. They often wake up everyone at night, but are often supposed to accomplish the task within 60 days. • Victory is said to come with 21 days of consecutive dry nights. —For incontinence in adults, see "Bed-wetting—2" and "Incontinence." ENCOURAGEMENT—While the Lord has not promised His people exemption from trials, He has promised that which is far better. He has said, "As thy days, so shall thy strength be." "My grace is sufficient for thee." BED-WETTING—2 (J.H. Kellogg, M.D., Formulas) IMPROVE GENERAL AND LOCAL NERVE TONE—Cold Pail Pour at 750 F. at bedtime, followed by Neutral Pail Pour to spine, 2 minutes, 960 F. Sea bathing and swimming, if this is available. Avoid water drinking for 2 hours before retiring. Aseptic dietary. Meats and salts especially to be avoided.
  • 54. RELIEVE CONSTIPATION—and flatulence when present by Hot Abdominal Pack; Graduated Enema; if necessary, carefully Graduated Cold Baths; Cool Enema; and proper diet. DIMINISH ACIDITY OF URINE—by free use of fruit and water drinking in the forenoon. —Also see "Bed-wetting—1." COLIC IN CHILDREN SYMPTOMS—The child cries out, pulls the knees up to the stomach, and has a distended stomach. His stomach and/or intestines hurt. CAUSES—Pressure from gas moving upward or downward causes pain. The cause is usually improper food or constipation. Indigestion is the most frequent cause. TREATMENT— • Put into bed, and give warm catnip tea in a bottle. — Also see “Colic in Infants.” ENCOURAGEMENT—True happiness is found in learning of Christ and living for Him. Those who take Christ at His Word and surrender their soul to His keeping will find peace and quietude. RINGWORM SYMPTOMS—Small, flat, red, slightly elevated ring or oval-shaped sores, which may be crusted, dry, scaly, or moist. The centers of the sores heal as the sores spread outward. The result is an infected ring. Itching, burning, or pain may be present. The lesions appear to be circular. The area is often covered with small blisters. When the scalp is affected, the hair falls out in circular patches. The fingers can also be affected.
  • 55. CAUSES—Ringworm is a very contagious disease, caused by a parasitic fungus. It can infect children or adults, and is caused by unsanitary conditions. Keep the hands clean! Pet the dog and then rub your face, and you may regret it. Ringworm of the beard (face) is more persistent than ringworm of the scalp. Ringworm of the body is the easiest to eliminate. Dogs, cats, rabbits, children, and contaminated clothing are generally the carriers of the disease. There are several different types of ringworm, all of which are of fungal origin: Ringworm of the scalp - This can be on the scalp, face, and on the nails, is the most noticeable kind. It is highly contagious, and often found on school-children. It frequently induces baldness, which may become permanent if hair shafts are destroyed by the fungus. Ringworm of the trunk - This includes “jockey itch,” and is spread by contact with people or their clothing. Dogs and cats can also spread it. Ringworm of the nails - This consists of a fungus growing under the nails. It produces thickened, misshapen, brittle, discolored, chalky, pitted, or grooved nails. The nails can either be on the hands or the feet. This type of ringworm is quite difficult to eliminate. Ringworm of the feet - This is also known as athlete's foot (see "Athlete's Foot"). TREATMENT— • Vitamins A, E, and zinc are important. • Put plantain and castor oil on the affected area. • Place ultraviolet light on the area for at least 6 minutes a day. This can be sunlight, or a sunlamp. Never place a sunlamp closer than 18 inches from the skin. • Apply apple cider vinegar to the area several times a day. • Equally useful is castor oil, goldenseal tea, and borax. Rub the area with borax and with castor oil. • A 3-day citrus fast is very helpful, cleansing the bowels daily. Follow this with a nutritious diet.
  • 56. • Eat plenty of garlic. Put raw garlic over the ringworm and cover. You can also use black walnut extract. Wash the area with garlic juice or wormwood. • Place freshly cut garlic 3 times a day on the area. This is a very good remedy. Blend the garlic with a little water and apply as a soak, compress, or poultice. But this remedy is too powerful to apply to raw flesh between the toes; it can burn lower layers of skin. • Take 2 chaparral or wormwood capsules daily. • The scalp can be shampooed with tar soap and borax. Moisten the area every morning and evening with goldenseal (1 teaspoon) and myrrh (½ teaspoon), which has been steeped in a pint of boiling water. • An herb tea can also be taken internally: goldenseal or plantain, twice a day. • Make a salve from equal parts of burdock root, chaparral, wormwood, and chickweed; apply to the area. Some of it can also be made into a tea to drink in order to fight the fungus internally. • Keep the skin clean and dry. Ringworm likes damp skin. Take frequent baths, but dry thoroughly each time. Rub briskly with a towel, to remove the outer dead layers of skin that the ringworm initially attacks. • Do not scratch. Keep fingernails cut short, to lessen accidental scratching and spreading of the infection. • To remove crusts, soak the area in a saline solution. An alternate method is to apply moist cloths for 10-15 minutes, 3 times a day. • To treat nails: Pare and scrape the infected area, and try to remove as much of the loose material beneath the nails. Apply vinegar with a Q-tip twice a day. Keep at it, even though it may require months to eliminate. Fungus of the nails is the slowest to conquer. —Also see "Athlete's Foot," which is a type of ringworm fungus. ENCOURAGEMENT—Nothing of the world can make you sad, when you have submitted your heart to be molded by the Spirit of Christ. He alone can provide you with the answers you need. CHILDHOOD DISEASES
  • 57. SYMPTOMS—Fevers, rashes, coughs, sore throat, weakness, etc. CAUSES—The childhood diseases include chicken pox, measles, mumps, German measles (rubella), rheumatic fever, whooping cough, and scarlet fever (all of which see). Most of these common childhood diseases are contracted by nearly all children. Some experience only mild cough or cold while others have serious cases. A few receive permanent damage. If the child is receiving excellent nutrition— exercise, rest, sunshine, fresh air, etc.—he is unlikely to experience serious difficulty with these diseases. Louis Pasteur, developer of the germ theory of disease, said, "The germ is nothing; it is the soil that matters." If the person is living a good life, the germ has a hard time obtaining a foothold. Avoid excess milk and carbohydrates, especially refined ones. Avoid sugar, fried food, and junk food. Include vitamin and mineral supplements in a diet of fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and similar natural foods. A well-fed child will usually be strong enough to resist the onslaught of childhood diseases. He may contract them; but the case will not be serious, usually brief, and often mild. TREATMENT— • Give a liquid diet in the acute stages, followed by fruits and vegetables later. Do not suppress the fever with drugs. Use water therapy treatments, to help the body fight the infection. The bowels must be kept open by means of herbal enemas and, if needed, herbal laxatives. • Treat the kidneys and bowels, so they can keep discharging toxins. Sweating therapy can be used, to bring waste products out through the skin. • Garlic is helpful, along with the fruit and vegetable juices, and herb teas. • Vitamins A and C, with bioflavonoids, in abundant amounts is needed. • Never, never, give aspirin to a child or youth who has a fever! It can lead to Reye's disease (which see) which can cause irreversible coma or death.

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