Toe To Head Pain
Earache is particularly common in children. Bacteria, mainly
Streptococcus pneumoniae, have built up to a high level. Zap
them. They were probably introduced by some larger parasite.
But why did they multiply and thrive in your child's ear? There
must have been food for them and protection from the immune
system. Probably the Eustachian tubes are full of mucous,
providing habitat. The mucous is present because some air toxin
is irritating the sensitive linings. Clean up the air: not just
asbestos, fiberglass, formaldehyde, freon, and arsenic, but perfumes,
fragrant school supplies, potpourri.
Being housebound, as in winter, makes the air-toxin problem
worse. Use summer time to strengthen your child for the winter—
spend summer outdoors. Always wash hands a lot. Stay away
from moldy food. Give small doses of niacin (25 mg., niacin
thins mucous so it can run away) along with vitamin C (250 mg.)
Putting in “tubes” is a short term solution that is better than
perpetually staying on antibiotics, but neither should be necessary.
To hasten healing, as soon as earache is suspected put room
temperature olive oil in both ears, tug the earlobe to let bubbles
out, and stopper them with cotton wool salvaged from vitamin
bottles (other types are polluted with mercury). Put on a light bat
that covers the ears.
When adults get earache, the Streps are hiding under tooth
fillings and in gallstones. Clean up these two sources and zap.
Drinking non sterile milk adds Salmonellas and Shigellas to
the Strep ear infection! Small wonder milk is thought to make
people mucousy. The ears must now battle them, too. Even a few
bacteria consumed in milk can start a whole colony if bowel
bacteria have been disturbed by antibiotics. If your child has
become “allergic” to milk or gets mucousy, remove cheese and
ice cream–not milk–from the diet. Even cheese can be eaten if
baked as in pizza or casseroles. Milk must be boiled. Try to
reduce the child's Salmonella sensitivity by avoiding unnecessary
antibiotics. Keep immunity high by avoiding moldy food!