Miscellaneous Treatments

HOW TO GET WELL THE DRUGLESS WAY

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First Draft © Dennis Rocke & Dr J. M. Mungavin 1983

Updated © Dennis Rocke 2022

Miscellaneous Treatments

There are no cures offered

The biological medicines, nutritional diets, vitamins, juices, herbs etc., and all other information given in this fact sheet are not cures for disease and are not offered as such, they are only given for you to use supportively to help the body to use its own inherent healing forces and so to assist in the natural healing activity of the body. I must stress here that it is a fact that no food, no herb nor vitamin or drug can ever cure disease, the only thing that can cure disease is the body using its own healing and health restoring functions. The aim of this is to help you help your own body to use its healing functions such as eliminating the causes of disease and in that case allowing you to create the optimum condition that allows the healing forces of the body to bring about its own healing and eventual cure.

The following medicines are to be taken on a daily basis until the body is well and unless otherwise stated are to be taken or used exactly as prescribed on the manufacturers packaging.

Anxiety, Tension:

  • Bone Meal (10 tablets)
  • Brewer’s Yeast
  • Fish Liver Oil – Vitamin D (Any fish liver oil – 2 capsules)
  • Vitamin B complex

Athlete’s Foot:

  • Tallow made from Mutton (This is quite an odorous therapy, but the benefits are tremendous – to make the tallow, purchase some lamb’s kidney fat from your butcher – not supermarket butchers, try to find a small independent one in your neighbourhood – cook the fat in a saucepan over a low heat until it is done. Strain it and put it in a container preferably airtight) Wash feet thoroughly and massage some into them at night before going to bed. To mask the smell, wear socks in bed, but remember to wash your feet and change your socks in the morning 🙂
  • Using garlic powder, dust your feed after washing your feet in the morning, the fresh socks should mask the smell from your friends or workmates during the day.

Back Pain:

  • Calcium
  • Manganese
  • Magnesium
  • Vitamin C (1,000 mg daily)
  • Vitamin E (600 – 1,000 iu daily)

Bed Sores:

  • Apply honey onto the affected area
  • Vitamin A taken orally, not the Retin A kind
  • Vitamin C (1,000 mg daily)
  • Vitamin E (600 – 1,000 iu daily)
  • Zinc

Bed Wetting:

  • Cinnamon Bark (obtained from health stores. If you can get the patient to chew it this is the best method, if not then make it as cinnamon bark tea)

Bee Sting:

  • Ammonium Chloride

OR:

  • Calcium Chloride

Boils:

  • Beet juice
  • Carrot juice
  • Sarsaparilla tea

Bronchitis:

  • Drink Chickweed tea
  • Make Catnip tea put it hot in a bowl, cover your head with a cloth such as a tea-towel and cover your head and the bowl in order to breath in the steam of the piping hot tea.
  • Mullein tea (sometimes causes skin irritation, if this happens then use my EXEMOL) this is made by pouring 1 cup (250 ml) of boiling water over 1–2 teaspoons (5–10 grams) of dried leaves or flowers and steeping for ten to fifteen minutes. The tea can be drunk three to four times per day. For the tincture, 1/4–3/4 teaspoon (1–4 ml) is taken three to four times per day. As a dried product, ½ – ¾ 3/4  teaspoon (3–4 grams) is used three times per day. Mullein is sometimes combined with other demulcent or expectorant herbs when used to treat coughs and bronchial irritation. For ear infections, some doctors apply an oil extract directly in the ear. If the eardrum has ruptured, nothing should be put directly in the ear. Therefore, a qualified healthcare professional should always do an ear examination before mullein oil is placed in the ear.

Beurger’s Disease:

  • Lecithin
  • Vitamin C (up to 3,000 mg daily)
  • Vitamin E (up to 2,400 iu daily)

Bursitis:

  • Avocado
  • Celery
  • Endives
  • Kelp
  • Oats
  • Peanut Oil (one tablespoon a day to be sipped at until all gone)
  • Tomatoes
  • Watercress

Canker Sores (blisters formed from fever)

  • Acidophilus Culture (in tablet or liquid form as directed)
  • Burdock Tea
  • Vitamin C (up to 5,000 mg daily)
  • Yoghurt

Avoid all citrus fruits and sweets.

Cataracts:

  • Chaparral Tea
  • Liquid Honey (a drop inserted into the corner of the eye at night just prior to going to bed)
  • Vitamin B2

Cold Hands and Feet:

  • Niacin
  • RNA (ribo-nucleic acid, some of the better health stores supply it, so if it is possible for you to get hold of some this is a great help)
  • Vitamin B2

Congestion (Bruises):

  • Witch Hazel rubbed onto the affected area

Cracked And Dry Lips:

  • Brewer’s Yeast
  • Vitamin B2

Cushing’s Disease:

  • Potassium (as large a dose as possible, but follow the directions that comes with the package)

The best sources of potassium are:

  • Bananas
  • Beans
  • Green leafy vegetables
  • Potatoes
  • Raisins
  • Vegetable juices

Dandruff:

  • Chaparral Tea
  • Nettle Tea
  • Vitamin B-complex
  • Water and Vinegar (to be used topically, rub it well into the scalp, leave for between 20 and 30 minutes, then wash the hair thoroughly using mild soap.

No added sugar to be consumed and that includes in your beverages.

Dizziness: (Meniere’s Disease and Vertigo)

  • Catnip Tea
  • Niacin
  • Vitamin B1
  • Vitamin B2
  • Vitamin B6
  • Vitamin C (1,000 mg daily)

Dry Skin:

  • Almond Oil (massage over all the dry areas)
  • Sesame Seed Oil (massage over all the dry areas)

Earache:

  • Castor Oil (place a few drops of warm castor oil into the ear and press the little flap that covers the orifice so that you massage them in then plug with cotton wool)

Weak Eyes (Especially when caused by Diabetes):

  • Chaparral Tea
  • Vitamin A (taken orally not the Retin A kind)

Fever:

  • Chinchona Bark Tea (obtained from good health stores)
  • Citrus Fruit such as Lemon or Grapefruit (sharp)
  • Vitamin C (take 3,000 mg daily)

Flatulence (Gas):

  • Garlic
  • Herbs: Calamus, Sweet Flag, Peppermint and Slippery Elm Bark (obtained from good health stores)
  • Hydrochloric Acid (taken with meals)
  • Papaya Juice

Grey Hair:

  • Blackstrap Molasses
  • Brewer’s Yeast
  • Folic Acid
  • Mineral and Trace Element Formula, or if you can stomach it, sip 2 – 3 tablespoons of sea water a day.
  • PABA (Para-amino-benzoic-acid) (only from your chemist with prescription)
  • Pantothenic Acid

Hay fever:

  • Black Cohosh
  • Herbs
  • Honey
  • Jimson Weed
  • Pollen (tablets or granules)

Hyperactive Children:

  • Calcium (large doses daily under doctor’s supervision)
  • Choline (500 mg)
  • Folic Acid
  • Inositol (500 mg)
  • Magnesium (large doses daily under doctor’s supervision)
  • Niacin
  • Potassium (large doses daily under doctor’s supervision)
  • Vitamin B1 (30 mg daily)
  • Vitamin B2 (30 mg daily)
  • Vitamin B6 (30 mg daily)
  • Vitamin B12 (30 mg daily)
  • Vitamin B complex

Impetigo:

  • Garlic Oil (empty capsules and massage the contents onto the affected area.

Infections (Colds, Flu etc.,)

  • Vitamin A (orally, not Retin A type)
  • Vitamin B6 (natural antihistamine)
  • Vitamin C (3,000 mg daily)

Insomnia:

  • Calcium
  • Vitamin B6
  • Vitamin B15

To help with sleeping, before going to bed have a cup of one of the following:

  • Chaparral Tea
  • Hops Tea
  • Lady’s Slipper Tea
  • Liquorice Root Tea
  • Peppermint Tea
  • Valerian Tea

The most effective of the teas are either the hops or liquorice teas.

Itches (Skin):

  • Herbs:
    • Marjoram
    • Violet
    • Yarrow

Vegetable Oil (2 Tablespoons daily)

  • When bathing, add vinegar to the bath water. After drying yourself thoroughly, do a special dry massage of the skin – dry-massage (very helpful)

Leg Cramps:

  • Calcium Lactate
  • Silica
  • Vitamin B6 (this also helps if you suffer from numbness or tingling in the fingers or toes)

Lentigos (brown skin marks, liver spots):

  • Avoid long excessive exposures to the sun.
  • Dandelion Root Tea

Lupus Erythematosus (red scaly patches, especially over the nose and cheeks):

  • Avoid Sunbathing
  • Carrot Juice
  • Manganese Supplement
  • PABA (Para-amino-benzoic-acid) cream (directly onto the affected area)
  • Vitamin A (orally not Retin A type)

Lupus Vulgaris (Face Lesions particularly on nose and ears):

  • Vitamin C (3,000 mg daily)

Mosquito Bites:

  • Brewer’s Yeast
  • Vitamin B complex

The best deterrent is to eat lots of raw garlic:
If bitten, rub bite area with raw garlic or fresh lime/lemon juice, also rub with both damp salt and a crushed vitamin C tablet.

Motion Sickness:

  • Brewer’s Yeast
  • Vitamin B complex

Take both of the above in large doses for several weeks leading up to the dreaded journey.

Muscle Spasms:

  • Calcium Lactate
  • Chaparral Tea or Tablets
  • Honey (instead of sugar)
  • Magnesium Chloride
  • Silica

Muscular Stiffness (after heavy work or exercise):

  • Vitamin C (5,000 mg)

Muscular Weakness:

  • Vitamin B6
  • Potassium

Myasthenia Gravis (neurological disease)

  • Arachidonic Acid (obtained from eating foods cooked in cereal grain oils)
  • Calcium
  • Choline
  • Lecithin (best in liquid form)
  • Manganese
  • Vitamin D

Myopia (near-sightedness):

  • Calcium
  • Vitamin D (large doses)

Nails (thin, peeling or brittle):

  • Bone Meal
  • Brewer’s Yeast
  • Gelatin (Gelatin or gelatine is a translucent, colourless, flavourless food ingredient, commonly derived from collagen taken from animal body parts. It is brittle when dry and rubbery when moist)
  • Horsetail extract or tea
  • Hydrochloric Acid
  • Silica
  • Zinc Supplement (if there are white spots on finger and toenails.

Neuralgia:

  • Calcium
  • Lecithin
  • Pantothenic Acid
  • Sesame Seeds
  • Vitamin B6
  • Vitamin B12
  • Vitamin B complex
  • Yeast

NEURASTHENIA:

  • B-complex.
  • Niacin,

NUMBNESS

(“going to sleep” peripheral nerves in toes, fingers, or other parts of the body)

  • Vitamin B6

OSTEOMALACIA:

Means soft bones and like osteoporosis it weakens the bones making them more likely to break. With osteoporosis the bone is broken down faster than it is re-formed. Osteomalacia is much less common than osteoporosis in older people. Osteomalacia is different from osteoporosis in that the two activities re-forming and breaking down of the bone are balanced, but the bone that is formed does not mineralise in the same way and doesn’t become dense and hard. Among older people, osteomalacia is much less common than osteoporosis.

Vitamin D deficiency is the usual cause of osteomalacia, but this said, it can be caused by a kidney or digestive tract disorder. The way the body used Vitamin D can be interfered with by these types of disorders. It is very rare that low phosphate levels cause osteomalacia, but even so, sometimes it is caused by this.

Back pain and pain in the ribs and hips is caused by osteomalacia and it also brings on fatigue. The muscles in both the thighs and arms are weakened. Sufferers sometimes have a job to get up from a chair or when they attempt to climb stairs and I know it is a terrible way to express it, but they tend to waddle when they walk.

Just the same as with osteoporosis, bone fractures happen to sufferers of osteomalacia.

  • Vitamin D (up to 50,000 units a week for short periods), plenty of sunshine, HCl for older patients.

PARALYSIS: (brought on by an interference of nerves, strokes, brain malfunction, etc.):

B6, up to 2,000 mg., injected or orally, under doctor’s supervision only.

PELLAGRA:

  • B-complex.
  • Niacin in large doses

THE PILL: (to counteract carcinogenic effect of oestrogen):

  • Folic acid.
  • Iodine (kelp)
  • B-complex vitamins
  • B6 supplement. To counteract deficiencies caused by birth control pills:
  • B-complex vitamins, specifically B12
  • Vitamin C. To counteract pill-induced pyri­doxine deficiency and resultant depression:

POISON IVY: (antidote)

  • Aloe Vera
  • Dusty Miller
  • Jewel weed, especially if crushed fresh and applied on affected area.
  • Vitamin C 3,000 mg

POOR CIRCULATION:

  • Folic acid
  • Niacin
  • RNA
  • Vitamin E

PREGNANCY: (to prevent. toxaemia, nausea, and oedema in pregnancy)

  • Vitamin B-complex
  • Vitamin B6
  • Vitamin C 3,000

PRICKLY HEAT:

  • Vitamin C 3,000 mg. or more.
  • Wash with mild soap twice a day, apply apple cider vinegar (half teaspoon in glass of water) after bath.

PYORRHOEA:

  • Rub the gums morning and evening with vitamin E
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin B12
  • Vitamin C-complex, with all the known bioflavonoids

RECTAL ITCH:

  • Health giving bath daily, after the bath apply lemon juice or apple cider vinegar with a piece of cottonwool
  • Rub wheat germ oil on all affected parts after washing and drying

RED EYES:

  • Brewer’s yeast
  • Vitamin B2

RING WORM:

  • Apply apple cider vinegar several times a day
  • Rub with borax
  • Rub with castor oil or chestnut oil

SEBORRHOEA:

  • Brewer’s yeast
  • PABA
  • Vitamin B-complex
  • Vitamin B2

SHINGLES:

  • Apple cider vinegar topically, several times a day
  • Health giving bath 2-3 times a week
  • Lecithin
  • Rutin
  • Vitamin B-Complex
  • Vitamin B2
  • Vitamin C in massive doses
  • Vitamin F

SICKLE CELL ANAEMIA:

  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin E
  • Zinc

SINUS INFECTION:

  • Garlic
  • Herbs: such as:
    • Golden seal
    • Hops
    • Mullein tea (sometimes causes skin irritation, if this happens then use EXEMOL) this is made by pouring 1 cup (250 ml) of boiling water over 1–2 teaspoons (5–10 grams) of dried leaves or flowers and steeping for ten to fifteen minutes. The tea can be drunk three to four times per day. For the tincture, 1/4–3/4 teaspoon (1–4 ml) is taken three to four times per day. As a dried product, 1/2–3/4 teaspoon (3–4 grams) is used three times per day.
    • Red clover
    • Rose hips
    • Saw palmetto
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin B6

SORES (that do not heal):

Topically:

  • Also a dressing of fresh comfrey leaves and root
  • Topical application of strong comfrey root and/or leaf tea.
  • Vitamin E, 200 iu a day

Dressing:

Paste made from raw garlic on gauze, for 8 to 10 hours.

Orally:

  • Calcium.
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin A
  • Zinc

SMELL AND TASTE (depressed):

  • Zinc tablets, orally, 30 to 60 mg

STERILITY (female):

  • Raw nuts.
  • Sprouted grains and seeds
  • Wheat germ oil
  • Vitamin E

SWELLING (due to oedema, arthritis, bruises, etc):

  • Fresh pineapple enzyme, in tablet form, or in the form of fresh pineapple juice
  • Bromelain

TEETH, stained or yellow:

  • Brush with charcoal powder (obtainable most good health shops)
  • Brush with fresh strawberries place a strawberry on the toothbrush and brush as usual

TENDINITIS:

  • Manganese supplement.

THYROID INSUFFICIENCY (Hypothyroidism):

  • Herbs such as Golden seal, Bayberry, myrrh, black cohosh
  • Kelp, granulated or tablets
  • Olive oil
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin E

VAGINITIS (vaginal yeast infection):

  • B-complex, high potency

VITILIGO: (loss of pigmentation on the skin)

  • Hydrochloric acid
  • PABA
  • Pantothenic acid

IT GOES WITHOUT SAYING THAT WITH ANY OF THESE REMEDIES YOU MUST ALSO PUT YOURSELF ON THE HEALTH DIET!

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