Non Painful Diseases

what causes Acne

  • what causes Acne The more severe cases of acne cover parts of the body as well as face and can pit the face so badly there is hardly any clear skin left. In ten days you can reverse this, so most of the skin is beautifully clear. There are......More

what causes Alcoholism

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

what causes Alzheimers

  • what causes Alzheimers What was once a rare disease has become a household word because it now affects so many. Two new pollutants of the brain, inviting an old parasite to a location it would not normally be, is the explanation. The new pollutants are......More

what causes Autism

  • what causes Autism Childhood brain disorders suggest an inherited genetic defect. Yet numerous parasites and pollutants are able to pass into the unborn child through the placenta. Even some bacteria and viruses can. Lead accumulation is always seen......More

what causes Burning And Numbness

  • what causes Burning And... Burning sensations in the skin let you know that nerves are involved. Mercury is the most common offender. Mercury may have started the trek of a host of other toxins as well into your nervous system: pesticide, automotive chemicals,......More

what causes Dementias, Memory Loss

  • what causes Dementias, Memory...   Memory loss is progressive with age but not due to aging. There are plenty of nonagenarians and centenarians with clear minds and good memories to prove that age is not the deciding factor in the dementias. Why do some......More

what causes Depression

  • what causes Depression All persons I have seen with clinical depression had small roundworms in the brain. Is it any wonder the brain can't make enough neurotransmitters or gets them out of balance? The usual worms are hookworms (Ancylostoma), Ascaris......More

what causes of Diabetes Of Childhood

  • what causes of Diabetes Of... The problem is the same for diabetes of childhood as for diabetes of later onset, but much easier to clear up, provided the whole family cooperates. Wesley Evanco, age 6, had his onset at age 11 months. Prior to that he had......More

what causes Diabetes

  • what causes Diabetes All diabetics have a common fluke parasite, Eurytrema pancreaticum, the pancreatic fluke of cattle, in their own pancreas. It seems likely that we get it from cattle, repeatedly, by eating their meat or dairy products in a raw state.......More

what causes Diaper Rash

  • what causes Diaper Rash A baby's rash is an example of the white blood cells being preoccupied. When chemicals are used in the diaper, the white blood cells go after the chemicals and let the yeast grow. Drying the baby's skin helps since the yeast......More

what causes regular Digestion Problems

  • what causes regular Digestion... Burping, bloating, and being gassy are signs that your digestion isn't perfect. What has gone wrong? Burps are gases escaping upward. Bloating is due to bubbles of gas causing pressure. Your body does not make gas! Gas can only be......More

what causes Treat Yeast or Fungus the Same

  • what causes Treat Yeast or... Other fungus growths, like Tinea (crotch itch), ringworm (not a worm at all), athlete's foot, along with Candida, can be similarly eradicated: 1. Deprive the fungus of moisture. 2. Deprive the invaders of iron. 3. Deprive......More

what causes Environmental Illness

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

what causes Fatigue

  • what causes Fatigue Fatigue, whether minor or extreme, is always associated with blood sugar disturbances. The more disturbance, the more fatigue. We have three organs that do most of the sugar regulating: our adrenals, the liver, and the islets in the......More

what causes Fever

  • what causes Fever Fevers are there to help your body fight the invaders...up to a point. Don't use a fever medication unless the body temperature goes over 102°F, and then only enough to bring the fever down a bit. Most fevers, especially......More

what causes Fluke Disease

  • what causes Fluke Disease Flukes, or flatworms, have a complex life cycle with many stages. Although sheep, cattle, pigs and humans can be “natural” hosts to the adult stage, the other stages are meant to develop outdoors and in secondary hosts.......More

what causes Flukes and Solvents

  • what causes Flukes and... The explanation I have found for two of these flukes is the presence of solvents in our bodies. The presence of isopropyl alcohol is associated in 100% of cancer cases (over 500 cases) with reproduction of the intestinal fluke stages......More

what causes Flukes Not Alone

  • what causes Flukes Not Alone There are other families of parasites. The roundworms and tapeworms are gaining ground too. Are they associated with solvents? Or with yet undiscovered factors? Are they changing their life cycles to take advantage of our lowered......More

what causes Glaucoma

  • what causes Glaucoma In glaucoma the pressure in the eyeball gets too high, putting pressure on fragile retina cells that do your seeing. The first question to ask is: “Is my blood pressure too high?,” because there is a link between high......More

what causes Herpes

  • what causes Herpes The Herpes family of viruses includes Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) 1 and 2, Epstein Barre Virus (EBV), shingles or Chicken Pox (Varicella zoster), Cytomegalovirus (CMV) and some newly discovered ones. Herpes simplex virus 1 is the......More

what causes High Blood Pressure

  • what causes High Blood... High blood pressure is one of the easiest problems to correct without resorting to drugs. The most important change to make is to stop using caffeine as in coffee, tea, or carbonated beverages. Don't use decaffeinated coffee......More

Hives

  • Hives Sometimes your body will break out in hives instead of a rash. Again, gallstones in the liver and gallbladder are responsible. Do the Liver Cleanse....More

Insomnia

  • Insomnia Another sleep disturbance is waking in the night and not being able to go back to sleep for hours. Or not being able to get to sleep. I believe these problems are caused by a high ammonia level in the brain. This belief is based......More

what causes Manic Depression

  • what causes Manic Depression This variety of depression is associated with Strongyloides, as the main parasite in the brain. Plus chlorine as an allergen! Strongyloides is the same worm that causes migraines and other severe types of recurrent headache. It......More

what causes Multiple Sclerosis Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis

  • what causes Multiple... Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease of the brain and spinal cord. It is called lateral sclerosis if the disease is mainly in the spinal cord. It is caused by fluke parasites reaching the brain or spinal cord and attempting to......More

what causes Muscle Diseases

  • what causes Muscle Diseases There are a variety of muscle wasting diseases, thought to be genetic in their cause. Yet, what could be more easily inherited than a parasite? Persons living together share food, living habits. refrigerators, and parasites. Their......More

what causes Muscular Dystrophy

  • what causes Muscular... In muscular dystrophy the solvents, xylene and toluene are seen to accumulate in muscles. These also accumulate in brain and nervous tissue! (See Alzheimer's page 269 and multiple sclerosis, page 204). Could it be that these......More

what causes Myasthenia Gravis

  • what causes Myasthenia Gravis is probably a fluke disease. Some chemical, possibly coming from the fluke, may affect the acetylcholine receptors, thereby causing an allergic reaction so they become inefficient. This is most noticeable in the eyelids. They droop......More

Non-Painful Diseases

  • Non-Painful Diseases Explanations for many of these “mysterious” diseases become rather obvious when you see a common parasite, or pollutant, or both consistently show up in case after case. ...More

what causes Prediabetic

  • what causes Prediabetic Alyce Dold, 64, came because she was worried about her blood sugar and chest pain. Indeed, a blood test showed her fasting blood sugar to be 136, just beginning to show insufficient insulin production by her pancreas. She had......More

what causes Psoriasis or Eczema

  • what causes Psoriasis or... Psoriasis and eczema are both caused by Ascaris. Their molting chemicals are quite allergenic; perhaps it is these that are affecting the skin. Since pets pick these worms up daily, there is chronic reinfection in families with pets.......More

what causes Schizophrenia

  • what causes Schizophrenia Much more mold toxin was seen in schizophrenic families than in other kinds of illness. They usually had four or more kinds of mold toxins at the same time, meaning that one toxin was not detoxified before the next was already eaten.......More

what causes Seizures

  • what causes Seizures are always caused by tiny Ascaris larvae in the brain. I suppose they find their way to the seizure center by accident. It is not normal for them to be in the brain, they typically travel between the stomach and lungs. Ascaris eggs......More

what causes Skin Problems

  • what causes Skin Problems   Sebaceous Cysts Your body, in its wisdom, keeps toxins together and out of harm's way by making a cyst out of it. All the sebaceous cysts I have seen are filled with polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs). Get rid of PCB......More

what causes Skin Rash

  • what causes Skin Rash Rashes can be caused by many things. To find the cause, follow a logical pattern. It may be due to: • HIV • Yeast and Fungus • Allergy • Childhood Diseases (rubella, etc.) HIV is the most alarming......More

what causes Sleep Apnea

  • what causes Sleep Apnea Since breathing is regulated by acid levels in the blood and this is influenced by air quality, air toxins should be searched for first. Cigarette smoke is an air toxin. Vanadium from a gas leak is a very serious air toxin and can go......More

what causes Sleep Problems

  • what causes Sleep Problems All big animals sleep, but some sleep by day instead of night. When humans do this, that is, work the night shift, they don't feel as well. Humans need about seven hours of sleep out of the twenty-four. Younger ones sleep more;......More

what causes Flu

  • what causes Flu Influenza is a virus that can cause “the flu.” Does it belong to us as humans or to a larger parasite we are hosting? It is easily transmitted from person to person and in less than a year can spread across the planet.......More

what causes Tooth Decay

  • what causes Tooth Decay The strongest part of our body structure is our bones. The strongest bones are our teeth. How can they decay? We must look at the enamel, dentine and root of the tooth as well as the bone they rest in for some answers. Scientists......More

what causes Treat Yeast or Fungus the Same

  • what causes Treat Yeast or... Other fungus growths, like Tinea (crotch itch), ringworm (not a worm at all), athlete's foot, along with Candida, can be similarly eradicated: 1. Deprive the fungus of moisture. 2. Deprive the invaders of iron. 3. Deprive......More

what causes Universal Allergies

  • what causes Universal... If minor allergies are due to a disabled liver, then extreme allergies must be due to an extremely disabled liver. This is the case for persons suffering from “universal” allergies, namely “everything”, like......More

what causes Warts

  • what causes Warts Could we get warts from playing with toads in childhood? We don't play with toads anymore. Yet we get warts. We don't know how we get them. But after learning how to get rid of them, you will probably know how you got them.......More

what causes Weight Problems

  • what causes Weight Problems Overweight is not the same problem as obesity. In fact, I do not have the answer to either problem, only a part of the answer. In obese women, the ovaries, pancreas and thyroid are all involved. Perhaps the adrenals, the brain satiety......More

what causes Yeast Infections

  • what causes Yeast Infections The most common yeast in humans is Candida albicans. Candida has always been around. It flies in the air, searching for a place to land and reproduce. It can invade a variety of human tissues like the mouth (called thrush), skin......More

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