Interesting Health Questions And Answers

Here are some more interesting questions that have been asked of me, which I q1happily research for you;



Can hydrangea be rubbed on the kidneys? Yes indeed it can. There will be some benefit and absorption, but moreover, I would recommend rubbing the tincture on the arches of the feet which correspond to the kidney and bladder, and which will travel up the meridians directly to the needy areas. The therapy I like best for bladder and/or kidney stones is a cocktail of hydrangea root tincture, apple juice, apple cider vinegar, and distilled water. I suggest dowsing for the best method of delivery if you are not sure what is best for you.


cancer1  Is a Cancer man easily offended? Perhaps, but knowing this should make it easier not to do. Cancer men are loyal and protective, caring and adaptable, deep and mysterious. Count your blessings if you have a Cancer man.


Where can I get a copy of the 72 names of God scanning chart? Right here…

72 names


Does digital radionics work? Ah…yes.


alienIs there a homeopathic remedy for fear of aliens? Try  Phosphorus or Arsenicum.  This is not the first time I’ve heard this question.



Can the tetanus vaccine cause narcolepsy? Yes- You are 9 times more sleeplikely to develop narcolepsy if you have received the tetanus vaccine, to be exact. And 13 times more likely if you had the N1H1 swine flu vaccine. When will you all accept that vaccinations are not only worthless, they’re dangerous.

Will Calc phos lower my blood pressure? It is one of many remedies that could lower blood pressure. But it can also work to raise low blood pressure as well. How can it do both? Because homeopathy stimulates your own immune system, solving the root problem and balancing the pressure, be it high or low.

staphysagriaWhat is the origin of Staphysagria? It is made from the seeds of the Delphinium Staphisagria, which has lovely purple-blue flowers, but in its raw form is highly poisonous, historically used to kill vermin.

It was not really a question- more of a search term… ‘bulldog with lockjaw eating bath salts’… I must admit I have no clue about this, but I did hear about a man high on bath salts that actually ate the family dog. EWWWWWW

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