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    the Salkfor polio, death from polio - in the United States and England - was down 47 and 55 percent, respectively. In addition, scarlet fever, rheumatic fever, typhus, typhoid, cholera, plus many otherRead more
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    and suctioning it away from the body, dates as far back as 1500 B.C., when ancient Egyptians used it to treat fever, vertigo, menstrual imbalance, poor appetite, pain and a variety of other health conditionsRead more
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    for chills, colic, diarrhea, headaches, nausea, irritable bowels, rheumatism, flatulence, bad breath, stomach ulcers, catarrh, varicose veins, toothache, fatigue, skin irritations, and spasms. It is evenRead more
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    structure with over 150 active constituents, which explains its effectiveness at helping with everything from insect bites to rheumatism. The botanical name, Lavandula, comes from Latin, lavare, which meansRead more
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    of shingles - in 3 days; 7 out of 7 cases of rheumatic fever in days plus much more. Ignoring this ought to be labeled criminal.Lie #2: 'Vitamin C is not safe'. This one is a sick joke. Let's be perfectly clearRead more
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    use against childhood illnesses and infections such as cholera, measles, scarlet fever, mumps, tuberculosis, and typhoid. Combine with chamomile and lavender in baths for chicken pox. Also usefulRead more
  7. photo Honeysuckle: A sweet-scented remedy that calms inflammation, infection and contagious illnessHoneysuckle: A sweet-scented remedy that calms inflammation, infection and contagious illnessNews
    is traditionally used to treat dysentery, conjunctivitis and inflammation of the urinary tract and reproductive organs, along with fevers, colds and influenza. Flower extracts are helpful in reducing cholesterolRead more
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    -inflammatory symptoms characterized by overproduction of interleukin 1b, including CAPS, Muckle-Wells and Schnitzler Syndromes. These conditions are characterized by arthritis, skin rashes and feverRead more
  9. photo How to Make Hot and Cold CompressesHow to Make Hot and Cold CompressesArticle
    for decreasing pain and congestion of the internal organs, and relieving lymphatic and fluid congestion. When to Use a Hot Compress Hot compresses are applied on old injuries, muscle pain, rheumatic pain, monthlyRead more
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    , loss of appetite, rheumatic conditions. Companion Oils: Patchouli, Vetiver, Clary Sage, most citrus oils. Caution: Photosensitizing, avoid if diabetic. Anise (Pimpinella anisum) Action: AntisepticRead more

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Rheumatic fever

Disease

Rheumatic fever is an inflammatory disease that happens in children and young adults as a result of becoming infected by group A streptococci bacteria. The first attack usually happens between the ages of 5 and 15. It affects the heart, skin, joints and the central nervous system. It is most common in the Middle East, eastern Europe, South America and the Far East and is rare in western Europe...More