Now let's talk about some other areas of your health by topic:
Arthritis: This painful disease may be caused
by old injuries, allergies, gout, mineral deficiencies, hyperactive immune
response, toxicity, poor circulation, handling of cold goods and as a side
effect of drug use according to the Melaleuca Guide by Dr. Richard Brouse
and Julie Conrad. I would add that the disease is no doubt spurred
on by inactivity and high stress work around the affected area as well.
It is good to reduce white sugar and flour intake, nicotine, caffeine, and alcohol and to avoid cold temperatures of course. Pain-A-Trate is a great source of immediate relief. Melaleuca oil by itself can also help, or they can be used together with a heating pad or hot moist pack.
The permanent cure may vary depending on the type of arthritis. But having a proper vitamin intake is a must to prevent progression of the disease. Provex or Provex-Plus should also be taken daily. Plenty of liquids help, and G'day Melaleuca tea is recommended.
Head Lice: Many treatments have been used for head lice, including some very toxic ones. Research is now showing that the pesticides used in these substances are attacking immune systems in humans. (Warning labels tell you not to even administer the stuff without GLOVES! C'MON! Why put it on someone's head!!?) The reason these chemicals are unsafe? Because they work by attacking mechanisms in "pests" in a very strategic way... a way which, unfortunately, can just as easily work in various ways in human bodies to mutate things at the genetic level! Melaleuca Oil offers the best solution I've seen to the head lice problem. The oil is safe for topical use on humans. It is not a mutagen or any such thing. Rather, it is a solvent which specializes in simply penetrating and dissolving the inner workings of various nuisances like Lice. Click here for a complete set of directions for applying the melaleuca treatment.
Joints: Healthy joints can be promoted by
*Properly stretching daily to insure that the ligaments and muscles around them don't get damaged.
*Doing vigorous "low stress" work daily so that the joint area has circulation without strain.
*Eating a proper diet that will include the vitamins and minerals your body needs to be healthy
*Taking a Glucosamine supplement. Glucosamine-HCL
is superior to the Sulfate in concentration.
(Research has shown that Glucosamine is the best substance for promoting joint healing.)