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MrsHobieJoe

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Location: somewhere in Europe
Gender: Female


Posted: Apr 3, 2010 - 12:21pm

 hobiejoe wrote:
Abso-sodding-lutely knackered.

 

is there anything we can do?
hobiejoe

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Posted: Apr 3, 2010 - 12:20pm

Abso-sodding-lutely knackered.
DaveInVA

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Posted: Apr 3, 2010 - 10:26am

 kurtster wrote:

Much obliged.  I see my Hematologist Friday and get a chemo bag.  I will run this by him.  He is a very open minded individual and and well versed on herbal interactions with Chemos and cancers.  Obviuosly your Oncologist gave you thumbs up on Tumeric awhile ago.

Cheers and good health as you continue fighting the fight.
 
Yes and he encouraged me to find and try other natural herbs and foods that have anti-cancer properties. He has even tried some of my curry and vindaloo recipes..

kurtster

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Posted: Apr 3, 2010 - 10:08am

 DaveInVA wrote:

I've been getting it from here for years:

Puritans Pride
 
Much obliged.  I see my Hematologist Friday and get a chemo bag.  I will run this by him.  He is a very open minded individual and and well versed on herbal interactions with Chemos and cancers.  Obviuosly your Oncologist gave you thumbs up on Tumeric awhile ago.

Cheers and good health as you continue fighting the fight.

DaveInVA

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Location: In a hovel in effluent Damnville, VA
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Posted: Apr 3, 2010 - 9:58am

 kurtster wrote:

Have a link or where do you get it ?  I became aware of the properties about a year ago, but haven't got to doing it.  Adding to the monthly nut has not become possible until lately.
 
I've been getting it from here for years:

Puritans Pride

kurtster

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Posted: Apr 3, 2010 - 9:54am

 DaveInVA wrote:

I take Turmeric extract daily AND I make from scratch Curry and Vindaloo that I have 3 or 4 times a week. Turmeric is one of many that help. Fresh Blueberries also have helpful enzymes. Kale, Broccoli and Brussel Sprouts do also. Also is important to stay from from things that can help cancer grow like red meats, processed sugar etc.
 
Have a link or where do you get it ?  I became aware of the properties about a year ago, but haven't got to doing it.  Adding to the monthly nut has not become possible until lately.

rosedraws

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Posted: Apr 3, 2010 - 9:48am

 donna_birichina wrote:

Unfortunately I have one. I'm on day 3. No change. Ack. I am just wrung out. Does letting my kids watch Beyonce videos on YouTube count as quality time? lol...
 
That was YOU?!?




DaveInVA

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Location: In a hovel in effluent Damnville, VA
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Posted: Apr 3, 2010 - 9:45am

 kurtster wrote:


Tumeric is the Mac Daddy.  From The University of Maryland:

Turmeric

Overview:

Turmeric (Curcuma longa) has been used for 4,000 years to treat a variety of ailments. Studies show that turmeric may help treat a number of illnesses, however, it is important to remember several facts when you hear news reports about turmeric's medicinal properties. First, many studies have taken place in test tubes and animals, and the herb may not work as well in humans. Second, some studies have used an injectable form of curcumin (the active substance in turmeric). Finally, some of the studies show conflicting evidence. Nevertheless, turmeric may have promise for fighting infections and some cancers, reducing inflammation, and treating digestive problems.

Turmeric is widely used as a food coloring and gives Indian curry its distinctive flavor and yellow color. It is also used in mustard and to color butter and cheese. Turmeric has been used in both Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine as an anti-inflammatory, to treat digestive and liver problems, skin diseases, and wounds. The curcumin in turmeric has been shown to stimulate the production of bile by the gallbladder. Curcumin is also a powerful antioxidant; antioxidants scavenge particles in the body known as free radicals, which damage cell membranes, tamper with DNA, and even cause cell death. Antioxidants can neutralize free radicals and may reduce or even help prevent some of the damage they cause. In addition, curcumin reduces inflammation by lowering levels of two inflammatory enzymes (called COX-2 and LOX) in the body and stops platelets from clumping together to form blood clots.

Research suggests that turmeric may be helpful for the following conditions:

Cancer

There has been a great deal of research on turmeric's anti-cancer potential, but results are still very early. Evidence from test tube and animal studies suggests that curcumin may help prevent, control, or kill several types of cancers, including prostate, breast, skin, and colon. Curcumin's effects may be due to its ability to stop the blood vessels that supply cancerous tumors from growing, and its preventive effects may come from its strength as an antioxidant, protecting cells from damage. More research is needed. Cancer should be treated with conventional medications; never rely on alternative therapies alone to treat cancer.


I have heard that it blocks all known cancer receptors in cells.  This is going to become a staple supplement for me, trying to find the right one.  Its important that the proper co agent is with the Turmeric in order to obtain maximum absorbtion.  This seems like on of the single most important cancer fighting supplements that I have heard of so far.

 
I take Turmeric extract daily AND I make from scratch Curry and Vindaloo that I have 3 or 4 times a week. Turmeric is one of many that help. Fresh Blueberries also have helpful enzymes. Kale, Broccoli and Brussel Sprouts do also. Also is important to stay from from things that can help cancer grow like red meats, processed sugar etc.

kurtster

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Posted: Apr 3, 2010 - 9:36am

 DaveInVA wrote:

Since my cancer I've been trying to eat a lot better than I used to as many foods we take for granted help the cancers appear and grow and many better foods have anti-oxidants and enzymes that help make them go away or slow down.
 

Tumeric is the Mac Daddy.  From The University of Maryland:

Turmeric

Overview:

Turmeric (Curcuma longa) has been used for 4,000 years to treat a variety of ailments. Studies show that turmeric may help treat a number of illnesses, however, it is important to remember several facts when you hear news reports about turmeric's medicinal properties. First, many studies have taken place in test tubes and animals, and the herb may not work as well in humans. Second, some studies have used an injectable form of curcumin (the active substance in turmeric). Finally, some of the studies show conflicting evidence. Nevertheless, turmeric may have promise for fighting infections and some cancers, reducing inflammation, and treating digestive problems.

Turmeric is widely used as a food coloring and gives Indian curry its distinctive flavor and yellow color. It is also used in mustard and to color butter and cheese. Turmeric has been used in both Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine as an anti-inflammatory, to treat digestive and liver problems, skin diseases, and wounds. The curcumin in turmeric has been shown to stimulate the production of bile by the gallbladder. Curcumin is also a powerful antioxidant; antioxidants scavenge particles in the body known as free radicals, which damage cell membranes, tamper with DNA, and even cause cell death. Antioxidants can neutralize free radicals and may reduce or even help prevent some of the damage they cause. In addition, curcumin reduces inflammation by lowering levels of two inflammatory enzymes (called COX-2 and LOX) in the body and stops platelets from clumping together to form blood clots.

Research suggests that turmeric may be helpful for the following conditions:

Cancer

There has been a great deal of research on turmeric's anti-cancer potential, but results are still very early. Evidence from test tube and animal studies suggests that curcumin may help prevent, control, or kill several types of cancers, including prostate, breast, skin, and colon. Curcumin's effects may be due to its ability to stop the blood vessels that supply cancerous tumors from growing, and its preventive effects may come from its strength as an antioxidant, protecting cells from damage. More research is needed. Cancer should be treated with conventional medications; never rely on alternative therapies alone to treat cancer.


I have heard that it blocks all known cancer receptors in cells.  This is going to become a staple supplement for me, trying to find the right one.  Its important that the proper co agent is with the Turmeric in order to obtain maximum absorbtion.  This seems like one of the single most important cancer fighting supplements that I have heard of so far.


Tim42

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Posted: Apr 3, 2010 - 9:36am

I have a bit of sadness mixed in with happiness. Typical day for me. The future looks bright, but the time until launch seems like it's taking forever. {#Roflol}
donna_birichina

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Gender: Female


Posted: Apr 3, 2010 - 9:35am

 JrzyTmata wrote:

you might need an antibiotic.
 
Unfortunately I have one. I'm on day 3. No change. Ack. I am just wrung out. Does letting my kids watch Beyonce videos on YouTube count as quality time? lol...

Hairfarmer

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Location: The birthplace of Rock & Roll, baby.
Gender: Male


Posted: Apr 3, 2010 - 9:33am

The rain washed my car.
I just finished a big ol' farm-hand breakfast.
The sun is shining.
The quick-crete set right.
My kitchen is clean.
I have a big ass cup of dark roast.

I feel pretty righteous.
DaveInVA

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Location: In a hovel in effluent Damnville, VA
Gender: Male


Posted: Apr 3, 2010 - 9:19am

 donna_birichina wrote:

I would be afraid of morphine, too. {#Yes}

And right now, I'm just the opposite! My poor liver... I've been downing Sudafed, aspirin, Tylenol, ibuprofen, naproxen sodium.... Whatever I can think of to get my ear to clear. (It's hard to be a good mom when you're dizzy and nauseated.) I have drawn the line at the cough syrup with codeine, though. Only at night when l'uomo_virtuoso is home to spot me. (Because it's even harder to be a good mom when you're dizzy and asleep!) And, sadly, not a single one of those meds is solving the problem. Maybe the world will sound like this in my left ear forever...?
 
I'll 2nd the antibiotics possibility. I've had good luck with Zinc and D3 knocking down stuff like that also. But the last several months I've been making fresh juice drinks with my juicer and I haven't had a viral or bacterial caused sickness ever while I've been drinking these daily for lunch. One of them includes fresh garlic and chili/jalapeno peppers among other veggies. Tastes awful but they are both powerful natural anti viral/antibiotics that work. Also, the virus and bacteria are less likely to become immune to these than synthetic drugs. Since my cancer I've been trying to eat a lot better than I used to as many foods we take for granted help the cancers appear and grow and many better foods have anti-oxidants and enzymes that help make them go away or slow down.

Red_Dragon

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Posted: Apr 3, 2010 - 9:01am

 JrzyTmata wrote:

you might need an antibiotic.
 
mabbe she should ask buzz.

JrzyTmata

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Posted: Apr 3, 2010 - 8:56am

 donna_birichina wrote:

I would be afraid of morphine, too. {#Yes}

And right now, I'm just the opposite! My poor liver... I've been downing Sudafed, aspirin, Tylenol, ibuprofen, naproxen sodium.... Whatever I can think of to get my ear to clear. (It's hard to be a good mom when you're dizzy and nauseated.) I have drawn the line at the cough syrup with codeine, though. Only at night when l'uomo_virtuoso is home to spot me. (Because it's even harder to be a good mom when you're dizzy and asleep!) And, sadly, not a single one of those meds is solving the problem. Maybe the world will sound like this in my left ear forever...?
 
you might need an antibiotic.

donna_birichina

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Gender: Female


Posted: Apr 3, 2010 - 8:47am

 DaveInVA wrote:

I hope you feel better soon. For me this will be an ongoing thing as the surgeon said if they do surgery to remove the adhesion the new surgery is likely to produce a new adhesion that could be even worse so he recommends just living with it. They gave me morphine patches but I refuse to use them because of the possible addiction and other problems they can eventually cause. I am one of those people that won't take any drugs unless I am forced to do so.
 
I would be afraid of morphine, too. {#Yes}

And right now, I'm just the opposite! My poor liver... I've been downing Sudafed, aspirin, Tylenol, ibuprofen, naproxen sodium.... Whatever I can think of to get my ear to clear. (It's hard to be a good mom when you're dizzy and nauseated.) I have drawn the line at the cough syrup with codeine, though. Only at night when l'uomo_virtuoso is home to spot me. (Because it's even harder to be a good mom when you're dizzy and asleep!) And, sadly, not a single one of those meds is solving the problem. Maybe the world will sound like this in my left ear forever...?

DaveInVA

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Location: In a hovel in effluent Damnville, VA
Gender: Male


Posted: Apr 3, 2010 - 8:32am

 donna_birichina wrote:

You make me feel guilty for feeling sorry for myself and my wretched ear. I hope I feel better soon, but I definitely hope you feel better soon!
 
I hope you feel better soon. For me this will be an ongoing thing as the surgeon said if they do surgery to remove the adhesion the new surgery is likely to produce a new adhesion that could be even worse so he recommends just living with it. They gave me morphine patches but I refuse to use them because of the possible addiction and other problems they can eventually cause. I am one of those people that won't take any drugs unless I am forced to do so.

Red_Dragon

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Posted: Apr 3, 2010 - 8:30am

 donna_birichina wrote:

You make me feel guilty for feeling sorry for myself and my wretched ear. I hope I feel better soon, but I definitely hope you feel better soon!
 
It's good to be reminded now and then that no matter how intimately bad things seem in our own lives at any given moment, there's pretty much always someone who's got it a whole lot worse.

perspective.

donna_birichina

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Gender: Female


Posted: Apr 3, 2010 - 8:27am

 DaveInVA wrote:
Having a flareup of my chronic pain from the cancer surgery. My side and back always hurt because of nerve damage from the surgery and a huge adhesion in my lower right lung but its usually bearable. Sometimes like today I feel like I've been whacked with a baseball bat. Kind of a broken rib sort of pain. Guess I won't be doing much of anything today...

 
You make me feel guilty for feeling sorry for myself and my wretched ear. I hope I feel better soon, but I definitely hope you feel better soon!

DaveInVA

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Location: In a hovel in effluent Damnville, VA
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Posted: Apr 3, 2010 - 8:25am

 oldslabsides wrote:

thanks for making me feel a little less bad.

hope you feel better.
 
Thanks, hope you feel better also...

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