In Answer To Your Questions

questionsEvery so often I use your internet search terms to answer many of the toes1health questions you all have. This keeps me on my toes and up to date on the latest information and alternative health ‘best practices’, and gives you the information you have been looking for!

Cell salts for foot fungus– cell salts are equilibrium remedies used to balance excess and deficiency, but in this case is not the remedy.  I suggest;

  • Disinfect inside shoes with baking soda.
  • Make a remedy water of Sai Sanjeevini anti-fungal patterns sip frequently during the day.
  • Drink a few drops of oregano oil in a little orange juice daily. This kills the fungus from the inside.
  • Soak feet in cinnamon and water- cinnamon slows the growth of fungus. You may also soak in vinegar and tea tree oil water.
  • Wear open shoes as much as possible and keep feet dry.
  • Eat lots of garlic- it has wonderful anti-fungal properties.

janiJani Schofield– Jani Schofield and her brother Bodhi, are indeed the most popular subjects I receive inquiries about. Jani is one of the youngest schizophrenic children ever diagnosed, and her brother Bodhi, who is autistic, may also suffer from schizophrenia. I, like a lot of the rest of the world, have fallen in love with this young lady, and try to keep tabs on her progress. From what I read, she is progressing well in a loving and nurturing environment, goes to school several times a week, and is still on medication.

Cinnamon bad breath– Actually, a teaspoon a honey sprinkled with cinnamon will freshen your mouth and help combat bad breath for hours! That is one of many many fantastic honey and cinnamon cures.                                                                                                                                                                       last-rites

Who got medically hexed– a man who died 15 minutes after accidentally being given his last rites, was medically hexed. Angelina Jolie was medically hexed because she had both breasts removed in anticipation of cancer. Now who does that?

heroinWhat is ‘3 day heroin rule‘- I am often asked about this and give the answer with mixed emotions. while in no way do I  condone it’s use, I see the ‘3 day heroin rule’ as a way for the heroin user to regulate his use, and avoid sickness or addiction, which is clearly harm reduction. The 3 day heroin rule says never use for more than 3 days in a row, to avoid addiction, but that has been updated to an even surer method of not being sick and not getting addicted called the 8/72 rule- you can use up to 8 hours in any 72 hour period. This translates into using just twice a week (for 8 hours each stick1time) so if you keep your dose reasonably low, you will never get sick and should have a high level of function ability. And yes, the 8/72 rule works, if you can stick   to the program that is.

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The Three Day Heroin Rule- More About Chippers

It is hard to fathom that Jimmie has completed a course of study to become a drug and alcohol counselor, and he was never taught about chippers. Chippers are ‘weekend warriors’- folks who use heroin recreationally/intermittently and are not strung out or addicted. The 12 step group must feel very threatened when even considering someone being able to straddle heroin and life successfully- it is contrary to everything they teach and believe in. But it is true- this group, the greater portion of heroin users, does exist, and are still in the closet. Statistics show that 80% of all heroin users are chippers, not addicts. These chippers practice harm reduction, and that is how they stay alive and undiscovered…To do it well requires secrecy, privacy, and discipline- yes discipline. Harm reduction comes in many forms, and may be different to varying chippers. Harm reduction techniques could be:

Using clean needles- Dirty needles spread disease like HIV and Hep C

Using a formulate to prevent overdose when you haven’t used for a while– 60% of OD’s are from misjudging tolerance

Using a formula to prevent addiction- There are 2-  the 3  day rule (use 1 day and off 3 days) or the 8/72 rule (use for 8 hours and off for 72 hours).

Learning how to inject without getting an abscess- This is taught at the clean needle exchange- there is no reason to get an abscess

Purchase from acquirers, not dealers- It costs more but you are safer from being arrested

and lastly, little known…

Cut back amount if shooting in a new place- Tolerance is a funny thing. Addicts have been known to die from their second shot of the day after dividing their daily amount into three piles. It would therefore seem that their tolerance had been reduced since the first shot. It has been conjectured that tolerance was partially a matter of place-conditioning and that addicts who shoot in a particular gallery get conditioned- their body begins to gear up for a shot when they go there and that therefore they have a higher tolerance there. When they shoot up someplace else, their body isn’t ready and they OD.

I see the dilemma…How can we teach abstinence and harm reduction at the same time? Is it fair to keep this information from the chronic heroin relapsers, or would they think we are encouraging their use?

How many who overdosed might have been spared, had they known these simple harm reduction techniques and formulas?

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