Thursday, February 19, 2015

Now I've found DMSO.:)

The thing is, I've been terrified for so long of all these raw chemicals that I'm feeling liberated by using Mag Chloride! The mitochondrial theory has really changed my approach to healing - I'm not so scared of gross medicine now.

I remember this same feeling when I first tried a cigarette at 18 after years of expecting my smoker dad to drop dead at any moment from all the dire warnings of the govt and my mom! I was so underwhelmed by the actual experience that I haven't stopped smoking in the 3 decades since!:)

I've ordered Copper sulphate (hoping to get a better purity from an ISO-certified lab like this one), Zinc Sulphate, Lugol's sol, Kali iodate and Manganese Dioxide. I expect to use only the Cu regularly - that's what they draw mostly. And the iodate since I'd like to be sure they don't have an iodine deficiency (and I refuse to use the raw tincture again after my ear experience!)

I've just found DMSO in the price list and this glowing tribute of it as a cure for cancer. And Selenite powder with Ferrous sulphate should round off my nutrient mix for the animals. That's got to be my next order of business.

The inspiration for these quite expensive purchases are somewhat vague but very exciting:
  •  The combination of Fe:Mn:Cu has been proposed for a patent to "replace heart surgery by micronutrient" Copper sulphate activates ceruloplasmin of the immune system which repairs cells, prevents cancer and heart disease.
  • DMSO for bladder inflammation, spinal injuries, joints, muscle pain and brain injury and edema. 3 days to 2 months in the Stanley Jacobs vids. I need to keep this for emergencies. MSM which would be better for me to add to food is not available at this factory, unfortunately. It could also be a vehicle for transporting B12 like here.

Healing: Reflecting on this long (and winding:) road

I've found a new arrangement here, it's a different way to understand using all the remedies that were used in 1902.:) I'll get to it for interesting bits soon, but it made me think.

Most of us who've come to healing as amateurs don't really have either a good grasp on chemical reactions nor on herbology. We have no inclination/aptitude for pharmacy or drugs or cultivation or medicine. I particularly came to it from a curiosity about life, an empathy with sentience, a compassion for suffering which grew into a fascination, and then a passion. I also had an equal and opposite dread of death, a fear and a hopeless horror of an unhappy ending to all that living, breathing intelligence.

I am one of many healers who have the same beginnings in love, not knowledge. We've got no arrangement internally for the physical world around us. We've got no deep roots in any lockstep, foundational learning process - curing by any means is all a mish-mash of quotes, opinions and hearsay.

Experience and observation is all we have really to go on, and I know I'm damn good at both. I also have an advantage in that animals reach out to me for help like they see something I can't. I almost feel like they're showing me their disease, asking me to look and learn and act, do something about it. Like they're guiding me to be a healer.

I remember how, 25 yrs ago, I was confident of healing all the animals with what I thought at that time was 'all there was to know in homeopathy.' I knew the names and a leading symptom for about 300 remedies, a few Mataji Narayani's mixtures from Book I, I was armed with my own copy of Materia medica by Boericke and had access to all my mother's remedy collection. I even had a couple of veterinary homeopathic books. But though I'd heal the surface problems and take great pride in each accomplishment. If it went deeper, I'd stop the remedies and go to a vet to take a tangent 'expert' care until death. Which was sure to come.

I stopped being so insecure, hypocritical and frightened a few years later, tried to be more authentic to the dogs with homeopathy, and tried to leave vets to their road and stick to the lesser travelled one I'd chosen. It's still hard to do, still hard to let the animal go naturally knowing that I don't know enough to save it.

I remember how 10 years ago I tried to memorize the whole of Hahneman's Organon and Materia Medica, and then Boericke again, to try and save Lassie and her two daughters and the 11 others with me. How I would cry in frustration because every symptom was in virtually every element, and every plant was so unique that I couldn't find a symptom to match their true suffering. Their death was as sure as it was in a vet's hands. But I just knew that if I took it to the vet, it would die anyway and I'd only delay finding a better way than any before.

It was only 5 years ago that saw a way out of that morass of homeo-information overload. It was just to pull me out of despair that I began to write this blog. But a few blah-blahs later I realised that I needed to arrange my remedies somehow. And then rearranged them over and over again.

Putting elements back into the periodic table, putting plants into their families. I began to arrange the world around me by its periodicity. The natural rhythms each having a place in healing and disease - the moon cycle, the tides, the seasons, the weather changes.

I began to match that order in my remedy cabinet. Occasionally, I'd put worm remedies together, acid-alkaline, electro-homeo, bach, etc. but I knew that the arranging was just an exercise before the greater understanding of healing could begin in theories - like the mitochondrial theory.

If your arrangement isn't set in stone, but you do have an arrangement in your head for both your 'agents', the remedies, and your environment, the patient's symptoms is the least of your problems since that is covered extensively in medical literature of all branches. You also need to have a method of identifying the remedy and the disease - I have reiki for the former, and the mitochondrial theory for the latter.

Finally now I have this base. I hope in the years to come to be able to save those animals that everyone else can't because of this foundation.

The foundation is just to be able to disprove or prove your theory in the crucible of experience. Each animal you don't save will correct the foundation, those you save will prove that your structure was on a firm footing.

Magnesium and the doors of healing

(New Moon day - Funny title, I know. I find it hard to give a name to my posts usually since my thoughts tend to cover a subject from weird angles).
Door to Reiki
The doors of my perception through Reiki are very muted since I started on Magnesium Chloride 27 days ago.

I was excited because I had long ago realised that my hands were too sensitive to disease - I would pick up disease in virtually every living thing I came in contact with, and it was exhausting my nerve strength. My hands would numb when I held the phone, and by the end of the day, my arms would be numb until my shoulders, sometimes even giving me trouble with breathing if I healed too much or if there was a very sick animal to treat. My muscles would just not get any nerve-messages and I would have to sleep off the deadening. If I got too emotional about the animal, my brain would just shut down and I'd be sleeping while healing!

I know Reiki is supposed to be less traumatic, being universal life force energy and all (... I used to teach that by rote in my classes;), but I felt I simply wasn't healthy enough to do what I needed/wanted to do. I try to distance myself from the animal, take breaks, sleep more, meditate, exercise, etc but they'd all help only temporarily.

It was only understanding mitochondria and their concentration in the brain, nerves and spine that led me to the role of magnesium in this kind of nerve excitability and hypersensitivity (hyperasthesia or nerve sensitivity to deadening).

Now I'm so much better, but my Reiki perceptions haven't grown sharper. In fact I can barely feel their needs, which is a bit worrying, but I've no doubt that I'll be able to restore the wide range of sensations that would help me understand what the animal needed with a bit of work.

Door to Homeopathy
The one weird thing about Magnesium chloride oil, or maybe the wonderful thing, is that it seems to open the door to the use of virtually all the phytochemicals or plant remedies.

Plant remedies
I've struggled in the past with finding plant remedies that the animal would draw, now I struggle with finding one that doesn't. It's as bad or as good as that. I can't decide between Arnica, Phytolacca, Chionanthus, Eucalyptus, Agaricus, etc for this new moon period. They're all strongly drawn by the body.

They all seem to activate the mitochondria to better activity, so I think this frees me to use everything from tinctures to high potencies.

Mineral or element remedies
Here there seems to be a distinction between them. They're drawing Merc 3, 6 so far (cor, i r, p r, v) which is consistent with elimination, Copper sulphate Q and Magnesium Sulphate Q. All eliminatives which help detox the body for the New Moon.

They're drawing more of the diamagnetic for sure, and they seem to need the diamagnetic as soon as I use a paramagnetic element. There's no un-twinned paramagnetic so far - every paramagnetic needs a diamagnetic with it in healing so far.

I've given them iodine tincture in food once 3 days ago and drank it in water myself. All of them had lost their appetite for a day, but seem to be calmer. I won't be repeating that - I had a metallic taste after that, which I hear is a bad sign of overdoing it.

Sea remedies
These remedies that were only drawn very rarely during the New Moon are now strongly drawn during this period. I take this as a sign of improving health - intellectually it makes sense that they need sea remedies during the New Moon period as it helps their internal water balance. Sepia 6 went down easy, which it never does, being a pineal gland/brain remedy. Haven't tried many, but

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Update Day 25: Magnesium Chloride and other nutrients

The wow surprises of first using Mag mur has gone down with regular use in the last 25 days.

One thing that's been surprising is how it has altered the personality of my more nervous cats and dogs. They're all more relaxed and playful, adventurous and less evil to each other.

Stripes, who had 3 kittens almost 2 months ago, has been a less agitated and attacking mother, and her kittens have been born healthier than any set so far. This is the wonder of Mag mur Q, I think. They're all equally sized, equally healthy with no runt in the litter or sickness so far.

The two Devdas petrol bunk dogs are better too - there appears to be no more giddiness in the black one, and the grey and white his twisted lower back looks better.

Icy and Kenchu are better, but I've been adding a little transdermal Iodine tincture and Copper sulphate for them. Both seem to be helping. I've even put iodine tincture in their ears and mine (it was so bloody painful at 10% of the tincture dilution! Never again without deep dilution maybe down to 1%.:)

Amazing! The combination of homeopathic phytochemicals and Magnesium Oil has been great for them all towards the New Moon. More improvement in those that I've been applying it on, less on those who are just getting it in food.
And I've added Magnesum Sulphate in the last 3 days (since LQ) to help 'detox' or move the intestines - elimination being the key to reducing toxins in the body. Phytolacca 10m, Sepia 6, Merc i r and cor 3, Petroselinum 3, etc. all with the aim of detoxification.
I've begun to add  Sodium Bicarbonate (cooking soda) as well since I read that it helps in the absorption of Magnesium Chloride in one website. I've seen a definite improvement in the dogs since I started that 6 days ago.

The success of Mag chlor has had one effect - I've lost my fear of the elements, for better or for worse, at least, in material doses. I've been looking into other basic nutrients that might make a difference in material doses:

I'm now going to purchase some form of copper (Copper sulphate seems quite strong, but maybe the New Moon is just the worst time to try it!). Maybe Cuprum acetate since they draw it so much?

Definitely a safer Iodine suppliment. I've probably been risking them all by adding Iodine tincture in their food so I'll stop doing that for sure. I want the Potassium iodide iodate solution that Karnataka Fine Chem has and the Lugol's solution that one reads so much about on the internet. Both aren't too expensive and are not available in medical stores.

Zinc sulphate and Manganese dioxide too - though I'm not too sure about the manganum dioxide. I've bought a potassium permanganate today at a medical store and sometimes I think it should be enough if I just add it to the stored water for manganese requirements. They do draw Mang in homeopathy, so it is neeeded, but traces. Lets see.

I'd like to get Argent Nitricum too since they draw it so much. But just reading this makes me too terrified to try! I'll stick to homeopathy for this probably. I'd really rather not have blue dogs and explosive effects when it hits the stomach (I don't know how many dogs I can give it in distilled water, as they propose.

Don't know how far to go with this, if I'm going too far already. I'll cover these in more detail so I can explain why I pick these and not others next.