Questions & Answers 227 - Cardiac Neurosis, Mucus, Carey Reams, Stress

Feb 6, '14
05:03 - Johny - I have been watching your youtube videos in hope to find an answer to my Cardiac Neurosis and it seems as there are none on that topic. Please if it is not asking too much, make a video or include me in your Q&A. What herbs can I take to heal this?

12:06 - Amon -- I am a 25-year-old male with an active lifestyle. I have been on the quest to fixing my own issues and need a solution. I constantly have to cough up mucus from my throat whenever I finish eating and have clogged sinuses whenever I eat certain foods, which has been a nightmare for the past year. I believe I am lactose intolerant and try to remove all dairy products out of my diet, but somehow I cannot stop this constant phlegm.

21:40 - Dr. Paula -- I would really appreciate your opinion of the Carey Reams Biological Theory of Ionization. Carey Reams was a contemporary of Bernard Jensen. Reams was really an agrarian who believed that the human body was terrain, much like soil, and needed to be in balance minerally in order to elicit perfect health. This was accomplished by analyzing the urine and saliva for PH, nitrogen content, sugar content, dissolved solids, and can be quite complicated.

36:41 - Pras -- I am a 29-year-old male from United Kingdom, with the help of your teachings and herbs/gland formulas, I have fully recovered from lifelong "chronic asthma and eczema". Wooohoo! I was on daily albuterol inhalers and used steroids cream daily. Now I am on no medications at all.

45:30 - Aaron -- Thank you so much for what you do everyday. My family and I have learned so much over the last couple of years and attribute that to you and your teaching. Everything I've learned myself is because my wife found you in her quest to find her own health and healing, which is why I write to you today.

First I would like to give you a little bit of history on our specific situation. I am in the army, and have been for almost 14 years now. I have deployed 4 times in the past, and the requirement to be away from my family never slows down, which has given me my own set of issues dealing with constant stress. And, as you can imagine, eating healthy in the army is not an easy task. The idea of processed and packaged food was invented by the military to be able to feed the soldiers during WWII, and they haven't slowed one bit. Neither has the training. Because of that, we struggle immensely.

This stress is what my main concern is. As the military is slowly being degraded, I find it harder and harder to separate myself and leave the stress on base. So I bring it home....every single day. This stress and constantly being apart has taken its toll on our marriage to the point where there isn't much of a relationship anymore as much as there are two people living together, which creates its own stress, and it all snowballs from there. These are the things I want to fix.

This all compounds the deep depression and anxiety issues my wife is battling now. Its to the point that she is never relaxed, her nerves are always pinging from even the smallest amount of stress, which these days can also trigger a migraine headache for her. Reading your book, and listening to your videos we know there are some adrenal / parathyroid issues, on top of the standard kidney issues with stagnant lymph in the head and neck area. However, I'm worried that there will not be any real healing as long as the stress is constant, and that we're wasting time buying and taking the herbs. She has been on the fab 4 for a while (as much as our income will allow) along with a short time of some glandulars. Her diet is pretty good, but not as good as it could be. Mornings are usually started with a warm cup of distilled water with fresh lemon juice and a little syrup to sweeten it. The rest of the day is fruit, and a salad for dinner (dinner is usually where we usually slip up and eat something we shouldn't). With that, what would you recommend for her to help ease some of this so she can continue to get healthy?

Also, I would like to know about giving a glandular to children. Our son is 11 years old and has been taking herbs for about a year now. Knowing now that my wife and I weren't the healthiest when he was born tells me he may need the same glandular kick that we do, but we worry about giving him more than his body can handle.

Thank you so much for everything you've done for people like us. You've given us so much priceless information and a ticket to a better life that could never be repaid. Your staff is awesome too. I've called down there several times to get advice, and it's hard these days to find people that actually want to help.

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