One reader has another recipe for gallstones, a problem mentioned yonks ago (please keep up!). Instead of an olive oil and lemon purge, suggested by one reader, try a cleanse of olive oil mixed with grapefruit juice combined with magnesium sulphate. They should be drunk together. . .
one reader's bunions were cleared up after a visit to a craniosacral osteopath, while another's were helped with castor oil, rubbed into the problem area. . .
the woman who has an itchy vulva should see a doctor as it may be indicative of a serious condition called lichen sclerosis et atrophicus. . .
lichen planus, mentioned last week, can best be resolved by removing all amalgam fillings, although one reader's wife had success with Difflam Oral Rinse. . .
the Indian homoeopathic remedy for diabetes is Gourdin, says one reader. . .
eye herpes, also mentioned last time, can be helped by someone who practices nosode therapy and electroacupuncture, says someone who practices nosode therapy and electroacupuncture, while one reader had success with manuka honey, and another suggests urine therapy, where your own urine is dabbed on the eye with a cottonwool pad. . .
a few readers have been suggesting aloe vera for several complaints. But a better option, suggest a few others, is Transfer Factor Plus, which contains aloe vera among other things, and is many times stronger than the standard issue. End of advertisement. . .
more light on Alzheimer's from one reader who says one study discovered that all the patients had signs of spirochaetes in their brains. Spirochaetal diseases include syphilis and our ever-favourite Lyme disease as well as other tick-borne complaints.