Baldness – Hair loss
Hair loss is a common problem in men and women.
Symptoms: Hair falling out, principally when it is washed. This phenomenon also occurs with hair becoming thinner. This problem occurs most frequently with middle-aged and older men.
causes: The most frequent causes are: accumulation of oil or seborrhea on the scalp and the blocking of pores where the hair follicles are located. Improper hair care increases the problem. Another cause can be a lack of adequate vitamins and proteins needed for hair drowth.
Also, hair loss can be more prevalent when the person is under excessive stress, suffers from anorexia nervosa, or dyes his/her hair.
Treatment: 1. Wash hair everyday with an Aloe Vera based shampoo, massaging it into the scalp, this helps to open the pores and eliminate seborrhea and dandruff.
- Let hot water run directly onto the scalp for a few minutes. This will help open the pores.
- Massage the scalp applying pressure with the fingertips to move and simulate the skin. This helps to move the oil under the skin and open pores.
- Take a multivitamin like bee pollen in addition to taking multi minerals.
This problem is known as gingivitis. It causes swelling of the gums and of the bone supporting the teeth.
Symptoms: Pain and discomfort of gums, loss of teeth and white, bleeding gums.
Causes: Food and bacteria caught between gums and teeth, smoking, breathing through the mouth and lack of oral hygiene.
Treatment: The benefits obtained through the application of “Aloe Vera activator extract” to the gums and excellent results were obtained in the reduction of “gingivitis” after three months treatment.
Rubbing gums with a brush containing some drops of Aloe Vera activator extract or Aloe Vera gelatin which will make gums harder and more resistant to bleeding. Brush teeth daily with Aloe Vera and propolis toothpaste and massage the gums.
Septicemia is a blood infection characterized by the fast multiplication of bacteria and the presence of toxins, which is why it is called “blood poisoning”.
Symptoms: 1. Fever
- Fast breathing
- Skin rash
- Hot hands
- When there is a high amount of toxins produced by bacteria in the blood, a “septic shock” may occur. Septic shock is a highly dangerous condition in which body tissues are damaged. There is also a decrease in blood pressure and an excess of toxins in the body which damage cells and tissues.
This causes the obstruction of the small veins in the body, interfering with normal circulation of the blood and principally affecting the kidney, heart and lung tissues.
Causes: when bacteria in any part of the body such as an abscess, pneumonia or an intestinal infection escape into the blood stream. This disease may be contracted especially when the person has a weak immune system.
Treatment: The first thing to do is: see a physician immediately and follow his indications. It is necessary to remove the point of infection for this, surgery is sometimes required after having fought the infection.
Broken bones occur by accident or because the bones have some deficiency such as a lack of vitamin D and calcium
Symptoms: Deformity of the extremities, obstruction of the normal movement of limbs, pain, or a sensation of rubbing between two bones.
Causes: The causes may be Accidents, osteoporosis, a lack of calcium, etc.
Treatment: First immobilize the person with the fracture by placing that part of the body in a splint until a competent person can set the bones correctly so they can mend together. During recovery, it is necessary that new issue be formed to join the broken bones together and the damaged tissue be repaired.
When you cut yourself, new cells are produced to replace those lost or eliminated. The reproduction of cells stops when the proper amount has been created. When the cells in a certain part of the body continue reproducing new cells uncontrollably and without any reason, they produce a hard tumor. This is what we call cancer.
The DNA that is found in the nucleus of the cell is responsible for keeping the genetic code of cell growth and reproduction. When this code is influenced negatively by some external agent such as smog, pollution, excessive sunlight etc., or internal agents like toxins, nervous problems, etc. It can cause a loss of control in the reproduction of cells. This result in excessive growth of the cells.
Symptoms depend on the location of the development of the growth. However, most frequently the are: swelling in the form of lumps, whether external of internal that later produce pain and discomfort.
This lump (tumor) will affect and/or obstruct the passage of air if it is in the lungs, urine on, if it is in the urinary tract. It will obstruct gastrointestinal functions if it is in the intestine, stomach or colon, etc.
It cancer is caught in time there is a very good chance that it can be cured. For this reason, it is vital that you have regular checkups with your physician.
Breast Cancer: This is the most common type of tumor in women, nevertheless. It is possible to prevent if a woman practice self examination once a month. The prevention is in your hands.
Colon Cancer: When foods lack fiber, they remain in the colon for longer periods of time, increasing the risk of cancer in that area.
In addition, excess fats cause the gall bladder to generate acids that, when accumulated, can become carcinogenic.
The colon prefers fibers that move quickly. Insoluble fibers like those found in raw carrots “fly” through the intestinal system carrying with them any toxic components in the path.
The advantage of these fibers is that they minimize the time of contact of carcinogenic agents which can overrun the intestine. Other vegetables that contain anti-cancerous nutrients are broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, spinach, tomatoes, whole oats and alfalfa.
- what to eat? A diet rich in nuts, whole grains, carrots, asparagus, apple juice and cauliflower.
- what to eliminate? Eliminate refined or white flour and sugar, as well as junk food and canned food.
- Do not eat animal protein? Never eat pork, hot dogs, smoked meats or peanuts.
chickenpox is a childhood disease and is produced by a virus. This is minor illness.
Symptoms: An itching occurs with the presence of red pimples which burst and cause ulcers. These appear on the body and later on the face, arms and legs.
Causes: Causes are by contagious contact with others. Symptoms appear 2 or 3 weeks after contact.
Treatment: It generally disappears by itself. however, it is recommended to apply Aloe Vera activator extract on each blister. The eliminates itching and helps healing. It is also recommended to take bee propolis and garlic to strengthen the immune system and eliminate infections.
Cold, Flu, Cough
Cold is the principal cause of inflammation of the mucous membrane and of excessive mucous discharge.
When this mucous rises and becomes deposited in the nasal cavity, the frontal bone and around teh eyes. It produces sinusitis.
The Symptoms: Excessive mucous, watery eyes, difficulty breathing through the nose and sneezing.
Another frequent cause is in allergy, although when this occurs the mucous is very thin and runs incessantly, When the catarrh is continuous and heavy for several months or years, it tends to spread to the sinus cavity producing sinusitis.
If you do not take care of a cold. It can extend into the larynx causing laryngitis and later into the bronchi causing bronchitis. If the mucous is clear and runny it is most likely an allergy and if it is denser and is yellow or green, it is caused by a virus or a bacteria and will require a natural antibiotic like Bee Propolis.
Causes: The causes of a cold and sinusitis can be the result of chills, which irritate the mucous membranes and propitiate the growth of the bacterial or viral infection in the nose and throat.
Treatment: Drink a lot of water. If the mucous is dense or if you have signs of sinusitis, you should take daily: A natural antibiotic like bee propolis and garlic, in addition to vitamin A, B and E also calcium, megnesium and phosphlorous.
Vitamin A is indispensable for the health of the mucous membranes. The minerals are required to help vitamin. A function properly and in its mobility from the liver. If you take a little pollen. It will strengthen the body against allergies.
Muscular cramps are involuntary contractions of the muscles that occur spontaneously, or when doing exercise.
Symptoms: Contraction of some muscle in the body causing pain, making it difficult to stretch or relax the muscle.
It occurs most frequently in the legs, but can happen anywhere.
Causes: The main causes can be from a deficiency of vitamin E, or from an imbalance between calcium and magnesium. They can also be caused by anemia, arthritis and atherosclerosis, as well as poor blood circulation.
Treatment: Take vitamin E and minerals like calcium and magnesium; eat a balanced diet to eliminate any deficiency.
Diabetes most frequently found in adults is Diabetes Mellitus Type 2. Type 1 is found in children. This disease occurs when the sugar concentration in the blood is elevated. The World Health Organization defines diabetes in the following manner. Diabetes mellitus is a state of chronic hyperglycemia produced by various factors: genetic, nutritional, etc. The insulin hormone secreted by the Beta cells in the pancreas is the principal regulator of the blood sugar concentration. When this hormone is not produced efficiently, the blood sugar concentration rises, thus causing numerous maladies.
Symptoms: Diabetes Mellitus is evidenced by an exaggerated need to urinate. In this way, the excess sugar is expelled.
- The person becomes irritable, fatigued, weak and exhausted, in addition to hungry, and feels a compulsive need to consume sugar.
- When the sugar concentration is elevated and can not be filtered by the kidneys. It passes into the urine giving it an odor of maple sugar. The level of sugar in the blood in which glucosuria, or sugar in the urine, appears is 180 mg per 100 ml.
- Centonuria is when acetone is found in the urine, giving a strong odor of acetone in the urine and mouth. Cetonuria together with glucosuria can cause a diabetic coma.
The formation of skin ulcers and gangrene in the extremities of the chronically sick are produced by a failure in the blood supply due to arteriosclerosis and hypertension in these parts of the body. When these symptoms become chronic they may have serious consequences. If gone unnoticed, the toes, then the legs will be infected with gangrene and might need amputation. Vision is affected by chronic diabetes without any symptoms present in the beginning.
Causes: There exists a high predisposition of inheriting diabetes, which is most easily produced in obese people. These people can control their diabetes with adequate regimen of meals.
In the diabetic, the pancreas does not function adequately. Therefore, it does not produce the quality and quantity of insulin required.
Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas whose function is to help the glucose enter into the muscle cells, liver and adipose tissue and store it there as a reserve to be used later by the organs that do not have the ability to store it. When the glucose is not able to enter into cell tissues. It produces a great concentration of it in the blood. Therefore these tissues do not have a sufficient amount of energy to function correctly.
Treatment: Diabetes can be controlled with an adequate diet regimen in which a lot of fiber is included such as: cactus leaves, carrots, whole wheat, fruits and vegetables in general.
Insulin with the aid of chromium performs the function of making sure that sugar is utilized by the cell, in addition to transforming it into glysogen to be stored by the liver and muscles, where it will be utilized by athletes who need an additional burst of energy.
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