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What part of the body is that on? Son of a bitch, doctors suck. Greedy sucks. I rate a doctor right down at the bottom with Lawyers now... I have a good one so far, but it shouldn't take most of my life to get it.

I don't know a thing about your symptoms or the swollen area in the photo... Is that the original bite, or a new spot???? Find a more holistic doctor if that makes sense... somehow you have to break out of that insurance/pharma run mentality. They all seem to be drunk on money. You know your body more than anybody... don't let the fools hold you back... make all the noise you need to.. Go to the Raleigh area to the largest medical research hospital and they may take you for free.

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went though hell yesterday but i just kept going until it was over. ha

7 days and a wake up and i'll be done treatment phase headed to recovery phase :showoff::punk:

will drop beans of 

perkins BX = cbd , warriors tonic = cbd, uranium cranium cross, (butterscotch hawaiian x G13/HP) x Conquistador 

will try to do my 1st. pollen save ever if i get males. dust one lower branch per male on moms of the same strain. save some bsh x g13.hp x conquistador pollen for the future STUD hunt. 

now lets see if i can go bACK to sleep after bathroom visit. 

 

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7 hours ago, Mr Goodfellow said:

I rate a doctor right down at the bottom with Lawyers now...


Easy there, MrG. My wife is a lawyer... :D

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15 hours ago, Toker said:

Boy are they miffed....

See your not supposed to be able to take matters into your own hands and say 

Fuck it...my ass, my risk,my win,my loose...

Told my Dr about the meds

Oh to be a fly on that wall

Told him how i was almost not able to walk

Numb and more and more since Feb....

How i spent 1360.00 and saw 3 doctors

And they all told me to take an asperin

And check back in 6 months shortly after they

Understood there was no insurance company

Or gubermint program to milk and milk and milk.

I asked this....

If a Doctor cared for me would he not prefer to Rx me antibotics ....

Of his choosing and course as opposed to his patient taking fish antibotics made in Mexico

No offence to them... u guys are good with me.

All i got was a ho hum uh well ya know I......

Yeah

Im still numb

What took 3 months to fuck up will take time to undo

But i feel better

Stronger

I can bitch slap a 6 foot man with either leg now using my foot lol

I was almost unable to walk 8 days ago or so.

Say what you want

But this shit has helped me

4 more weeks unless they have me arrested lol.

All of them saw this pic

Most of them seem notbto understand standard lymes test is 50/50 accuracy.

Fuck it i know how i feel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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@Toker Try crushing some Organic Fresh Garlic Cloves and place on them on the affected area. Cover them with a gently soaked, warm cloth and bandage it. I used this method when I was living in Asia and got infections or nasty bug bites... Works wonders :) 

 

there are people who get burns if they apply the garlic directly on the skin, so another method is reccommended for external use: see end of next post for details..

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Allium sativum: Antibiotic and Immune Properties

by Paul Bergner

Bergner, Paul. The Healing Power of Garlic. Rocklin, CA: Prima Publishing, 1995

 

Garlic

The previous herbs I have described have primarily worked to strengthen the body’s natural defenses against infection rather than attacking microorganisms themselves. Garlic also does this, but with garlic, we have a plant that is a true antibiotic. It can effectively kill bacteria, viruses, parasites, fungi, yeasts, and molds, including many that cause serious disease in humans.

Garlic as an antibiotic

Garlic is a broad spectrum antibiotic, killing a wide variety of bacteria. Many pharmaceutical antibiotics kill only a narrow range of these germs. Dr. Tariq Abdullah, a prominent garlic researcher stated in the August 1987 issue of Prevention: “Garlic has the broadest spectrum of any antimicrobial substance that we know of — it is antibacterial, antifungal, antiparasitic, antiprotozoan and antiviral.” Table 16.1 shows some of the organisms that researchers have found garlic to be effective against. This property belongs to the garlic constituent allicin, which is released when you cut a garlic clove. This is the chemical that gives fresh garlic its strong biting flavor, and you need to use fresh garlic to get a reliable antibiotic effect. Commercial powders and other products will not work for direct applications. Garlic appears to have antibiotic activity whether taken internally or applied topically — researchers found that the urine and blood serum of human subjects taking garlic had activity against fungi (Caporaso et al 1983).

 

Table 16.1

Some bacteria, viruses, fungi, mold, and parasites killed or inhibited by garlic or its constituents

Acinetobacter calcoaceticus

Aspergillus flavus

Aspergillus fumigatus

Aspergillus parasiticus

Aspergillus niger

Bacillus cereus

Candida albicans

Candida lipolytica 

Cryptococcus neoformans

Cryptosporidium

Debaryomyces hansenii

Escherichia coli

Hansenula anomala

Herpes simplex virus type 1

Herpes simplex virus type 2

Histoplasma capsulatum

Human cytomegalovirus (HCMV)

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)

Human rhinovirus type 2

Influenza B

Kloeckera apiculata

Lodderomyces elongisporus

Parainfluenza virus type 3

Vaccinia virus

Vesicular stomatitis virus

Micrococcus luteus

Mycobacterium phlei

Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Paracoccidioides brasiliensis

Pneumocystis carinii

Proteus vulgaris

Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Rhodotorula rubra

Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Salmonella typhimurium

Salmonella typhimurium 

Shigella dysenteriae

Shigella flexneri

Staphylococcus aureus

Streptococcus faecalis

Torulopsis glabrata

Toxoplasma gondii

Vibrio parahaemolyticus

(Sources: Adetumbi et al 1983, 1986; Anesini and Perez 1993; Appleton and Tansey 1975; Borukh et al 1974, 1975; Chen et al 1985; Conner and Beuchat 1984; Dankert et al 1979; Didry et al 1987; Fletcher et al 1974; Fliermans 1973; Fromtling and Bulmer 1978; Ghannoum 1990; Gonzales-Fandos et al 1994; Johnson and Vaughn 1969; Kabelik 1970; Kumar and Sharma 1982; Mahajan 1983; Moore and Atkins 1977; Sandhu et al 1980; Sharma et al 1977;Shashikanth et al 1984; Tynecka and Gos 1973, 1975)

Resistant bacteria

A major problem with pharmaceutical antibiotics is that they can promote the development of resistant strains of bacteria. Initially the antibiotic kills most of the bacteria being attacked. With repeated exposure, however, those few bacteria that by chance are genetically resistant to the antibiotic begin to multiply. Eventually a recurring infection becomes completely resistant to that antibiotic. After a half century of the massive use of antibiotics, and the indiscriminate over-prescription of them in North America, potentially serious medical problems exist from resistant strains of bacteria. Garlic does not seem to produce such resistant strains, and may be effective against strains that have become resistant to pharmaceutical antibiotics. European researchers in the late 1970s tested garlic juice against a group of ten different bacteria and yeasts (Moore and Atkins 1977). They found that garlic was effective against all of them, and also found a “complete absence of development of resistance.” In an Indian study of garlic for dysentery, the researchers specifically selected four bacterial strains that were resistant to multiple antibiotics (Chowdhury et al 1991).

Garlic is effective against specific bacteria that are notorious for developing resistant strains, such as staphylococcus, mycobacterium, salmonella, and species of Proteus.

Antiviral activity

A weakness of conventional antibiotics is that they are not effective against viral infections. That’s why they won’t work against the common cold or flu. They also won’t work against some serious viral infections like viral meningitis, viral pneumonia, or herpes infections. Garlic or its constituents will directly kill influenza, herpes, vaccinia (cowpox), vesicular stomatitis virus (responsible for cold sores), and human cytomegalovirus (a common source of secondary infection in AIDS.) Garlic will also cure or improve the symptoms of a variety of viral diseases in humans or animals. In one animal study, researchers first fed a garlic extract to mice. They then introduced the flu virus into the nasal passages of the animals. Those animals that had received the garlic were protected from the flu, while the untreated animals all got sick. The researchers postulated that garlic’s effect was due in part to direct antiviral effects of garlic, and in part to stimulation of the immune system (Adetumbi and Lau, 1983) 

Parasites and fungi

The medical missionary Albert Schweitzer brought some fame to garlic earlier this century when he used it successfully to treat amoebic dysentery in his patients in equatorial Africa. Subsequent experiments have shown garlic to be effective not only against the parasitic amoebas that cause dysentery, but against other organisms such as toxoplasma, cryptosporidia, and pneumocystis, all of which cause disease in humans.

Parasitic infections are a common problem in AIDS patients. Dr. Subhuti Dharmananda, Director of the Immune Enhancement Project in Portland, Oregon, regularly treats AIDS patients with such opportunistic infections. The main antibiotic therapy he uses in garlic, at about nine cloves a day for active infections, and he finds it effective to prevent or treat these infections, even when conventional antibiotics have failed to do so. Note that he started out trying to use an encapsulated form of garlic standardized for its allicin content — one of the better products. He found, however, that even doses of twenty-seven capsules a day had no effect on the infections. When he switched to raw garlic at the same dose, he got the desired result (Dharmananda 1995). Recent research supports use for intestinal parasites in AIDS (AIDS Research Alliance 1996; Deshpande et al 1993).

Yeast infections

If you’ve ever had athlete’s foot, you know how stubborn a yeast or fungal infection can be. A garlic wash can be very effective against fungi externally, but garlic can also treat systemic fungal infections. Researchers from the University of New Mexico demonstrated that garlic was effective both in the test tube and in animals against infection with the fungus Cryptococcus neoformans. Chinese researchers also have shown that garlic as a intravenous extract can be effective against cryptococcal meningitis. The blood and cerebrospinal fluid of the patients in that trial was twice as effective against the fungus as before treatment with garlic.

 

How to use garlic

To use garlic as an antibiotic take it internally and, if appropriate, apply it directly to an infection. For internal use, try one of the following forms:

Garlic infused wine. Chop or crush garlic, cover with wine, and let it sit overnight.

Garlic vinegar. Same as above, but use vinegar instead of water.

Garlic honey. Same as above, but with honey. No added water is needed. This makes a great antibiotic cough syrup. 

Garlic/carrot juice. Blend three cloves of garlic up in six ounces of carrot juice. Let it sit for four to six hours.

For external application, use caution putting crushed garlic directly against the skin, because it can cause burns. Here are some forms you can use for direct application of garlic as an antibiotic:

Blend up three cloves of garlic in a quart of water and apply as a wash. Make a larger amount of this mixture and use it as a sitz bath or foot bath for infections of the feet or pelvic area.

Crush garlic, and dilute the juice with ten part of water. Use it as nose drops or a gargle.

 

Garlic and the immune system

Although garlic attacks bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms directly, it also stimulates the body’s natural defenses against these invaders. Garlic’s remarkable and legendary power against infectious diseases is due to a combination of both these properties.

Garlic or its constituents activate phagocytes, B-Cells, and T-cells — all three levels of the cellular immune system. For instance, diallyl trisulfide, a constituent of garlic, was found to activate natural killer cells and macrophages directly, and indirectly to increase B-cell activity to make antibodies. It did this in lab experiments at concentrations of as low as one microgram per ml — the equivalent of a tiny pinch of salt in about 30 gallons of water. The macrophages in this trial were then tested for their activity against cancer cells, and the diallyl-trisulfide-treated cells were more active than regular macrophages, indicating that not only their number but their activity was increased (Feng et al 1994). This same effect has been reproduced in other experiments.

This effect is not limited to trials in a test tube. Dr. Abdullah experimented with garlic in AIDS, giving the equivalent of two cloves a day of garlic to ten patients for six weeks, and the equivalent of four cloves for another six weeks. Three of the patients could not complete the trial, but of the seven who did, all showed normal natural killer cell activity by the end of the trial — activity which had been depressed at the start of the trial. The patients’ opportunistic infections — chronic diarrhea, candida infection, genital herpes, and a chronic sinus infection — all improved. The patient with the chronic sinus infection had gained no relief from antibiotics during more than a year of treatment before the garlic trial (Abdullah 1989).

In one trial, immune parameters of the blood were measured after subjects — elderly patients — took a garlic powder preparation for three months (Brosche and Platt, 1993, 1994). The dose was only 600 mg of the powder per day, the equivalent of less than one-third of a garlic clove. Blood tests showed an increase in phagocytosis of the white blood cells, and also increased numbers of lymphocytes, responsible for cell-mediated immunity. Other trials have shown that garlic can increase the activity of natural-killer cells in healthy volunteers (Kandil et al, 1987, 1988). 
  

A connoisseur’s garlic cocktail

Different solvents extract and promote specific chemical reactions between the constituents of garlic. Water, vinegar, alcohol, and oil each draw specific constituents out. Alcohol and water, for instance, is the best solvent to extract allicin. Soaking crushed garlic in oil promotes the production of ajoenes and dithiins, important antibiotic and blood-thinning constituents of garlic. My garlic “cocktail,” then, is as follows.

Three cloves of garlic

1 Tbls of red wine

1 Tbls of vinegar

1 Tbls of olive oil

Blend well in a blender.

Add 1/4 cup hot water.

Let stand for 3 hours. Do not strain. Add one-third of this to a cup of hot water. Take another dose every 3-6 hours until it is all gone.

On paper this sounds a little like drinking salad dressing, but I find this to be a pleasant stimulating tonic with a sharp taste. Raw garlic cloves upset my intestines, but this does not.

 

Table 16.2

Some conditions that can be effectively treated with garlic

Note: Crushed garlic applied directly to the skin can cause burns.

  • Bites and Stings                 Apply crushed and moistened garlic directly to the bite or sting
  • Bronchitis                            Use raw garlic in one of the forms listed above
  • Candida infection               Use both internal and external applications if appropriate
  • Common Cold                    Take internally
  • Diarrhea and Dysentery    Take internally
  • Ear Infections                      Soak crushed garlic in oil, and apply the oil directly to the ear.
  • Fungal Infections                Apply garlic oil directly, blend up garlic in warm water to make a soak or compress. Also take internally.
  • Herpes                                  Take fresh garlic orally, and apply garlic blended in a little water   directly to the sore. 
  • Infections                             Take garlic internally and apply directly to an infected wound.
  • Influenza                               Take internally at the first threat of exposure.
  • Parasites                               Blend three cloves in a palatable medium and take internally, three times a day, for a total of nine cloves.
  • Vaginal Infection                  Use a douche, with three garlic cloves blended in a quart of water. Strain through cheesecloth first to remove the solid matter. 

  Copyright 2001 Paul Bergner

 

source: http://medherb.com/Materia_Medica/Allium_sativum_-_Antibiotic_and_Immune_Properties.htm 

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I agree with garlic, and add in some manuka honey. I would eat garlic as well, it also fights against Lyme. Eating raw or fresh cannabis is also a natural antibiotic, so powerful it will kill MRSA.

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2 hours ago, Shoeless said:


Easy there, MrG. My wife is a lawyer... :D

Damn, I'm sorry... lol.. :P

Ok, I'll take one off of the list.. your wife..heh... 

Oh, I have my reasons and I got fucked but good.. but that was a long time ago.

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How many of you would be interested in a mini grow challenge (solo cup).

I’ve seen several all over the inter web. Looks like it would be a fun little adventure. 

Figured we could have a “pop seeds date” and 30 days later flip to flower. I’d toss in a few pack of seeds to the winner. 

All grow styles would be allowed, as long as the pot is 16 fl oz and the roots stay in the grow pot.

Let me know what you all think....

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5 hours ago, Justcozz said:

How many of you would be interested in a mini grow challenge (solo cup).

I’ve seen several all over the inter web. Looks like it would be a fun little adventure. 

Figured we could have a “pop seeds date” and 30 days later flip to flower. I’d toss in a few pack of seeds to the winner. 

All grow styles would be allowed, as long as the pot is 16 fl oz and the roots stay in the grow pot.

Let me know what you all think....

Im in 

Keep me informed please

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Yup to garlic

I been told im going to have to change my diet some

Incorperate immune foods 

But ya.....

Im feeling better and fish antibotics

Is doing wonders.

Too bad the dr wont even consider my request

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@Toker I usually start my day with 250g Red grapes for breakfast, plus a few handfuls of nuts and seeds during the day.. Other than that I eat infused oatmeal porridge one or twice a day and some fresh squeezed carrot and beet juice. Very cheap and the body feels When fed this way. You will change the way you see food if you change your dietary habits... you'll never feel hunger the same way again if you consume more fruits and vegetables because you're giving your body what it needs, macro and micro nutrients. instead of filling up your stomach with nutrient deficient chemically altered processed foodstuffs. Then there's tropology,  the science of food combining (yea!) A book that contains a lot of good information and healthy advice that doesn't require you to read Chinese is "The Tao of Health, Sex and Longevity" written by .... Mental freeze.... Daniel Reid I think :) 

 

i think you can find that book on Amazon in used condition for a few dollar...

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19 hours ago, Justcozz said:

How many of you would be interested in a mini grow challenge (solo cup).

I'm in. Can we use FEM, or do we have to take our chances? A C99 lollipop would be tasty.

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7 minutes ago, Shoeless said:

I'm in. Can we use FEM, or do we have to take our chances? A C99 lollipop would be tasty.

Fems sound fine to me. But those that want to run photos will need to pop a few seeds, we only let girls win beauty pageants around here....:verrygood

I think we will have enough interest, I will get a thread going today. Rules, start date etc. I think this will be fun.

How about you @Hamme Hydro, you going to pop seeds and try your bottom feed style in some plastic cups? 

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I planted a few to enter the other one.. more for fun, with no expectation of winning. And, I'll take the others and up pot them to grow normally. I dropped 4- GG#4 x Sour Bubble, (Smokey Pockets) and 4 Maui Sunshine (Sebring). I planted one Black Lime Reserve at first and was going to stick with that regardless of sex... It decided to grow upside down and I had to re-route the root tip.. it may or may not survive.

I'll play along if others do. I'll drop a seed when others do, too.

I wrote this yesterday but forgot to post it...so, I'm in. I may be gone for a couple of weeks and may have to leave it with somebody but I'll figure it out. 

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Sign up and join in. I think we all have enough space in our rooms for a few cups of weed...lol

 

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3 hours ago, Justcozz said:

Fems sound fine to me. But those that want to run photos will need to pop a few seeds, we only let girls win beauty pageants around here....:verrygood

I think we will have enough interest, I will get a thread going today. Rules, start date etc. I think this will be fun.

How about you @Hamme Hydro, you going to pop seeds and try your bottom feed style in some plastic cups? 

Mostly i pop 'm in rock-wool cubes, but i just might try it! :)

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16 minutes ago, Hamme Hydro said:

Mostly i pop 'm in rock-wool cubes, but i just might try it! :)

It’s all good bro, just put the cubes in the cup. Malpito too, get creative.

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Trimming up Chernobyl, she smells exactly like the Barbasol, Menthol Lime Shaving cream lol

I have no idea the genetics of the Barbasol, bet she has some Chernobyl in her.

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There are a few breeds that pull like crazy and very heavy indica, good smoke. GG4, LA Cheese, but Deathstar out does them all. Pulled 19 off her one time without even trying, think this time about 12.

Deathstar is most definitely one to try if you like heavy indica with large yields.

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2 minutes ago, ZenShade said:

18fl ounce is 532grams, the total mass of a space allowed to be dedicated to roots, regardless of shape.. Would this be fine?

 

 

Yes and maybe...lol 

yes, 18 total ounces or 0.5323 liters is the space allowed for the “soil” and roots. Post what you have in mind and it will be considered. But use the thread for sign ups. 

https://www.opengrow.com/topic/54525-sign-upog-mini-grow-challenge-2019/

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Damn

Im moving soon

Miss this ole house

My figs

But oppertunity knocks

Out in the country

Nearest house is 300 yards away

I am glad as kids need more room

But this house had a lot of personal meanings to me.

She was a wreck

I wasnt much better

We needed each other some how

Im glad she got to live out her days with us

As a family if you will

Not like i found her abandoned

And junkie crap everywhere

Windows knocked out

But termites have done their job

And shes an ole girl now

Still i will leave her clean and shiney

And board her up tight so the junkies

Wont use her.

Stupid i know but i have a sedemental streak miles long.

 

 

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Well, congrats, then! Life is a series of changes. You'll enjoy the country. Sounds like a win for the whole family! Prayers and vibes sent for the new place! peace

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Take cuts from your fig tree. We planted cuts  at my in-laws house a few years ago and they are growing just fine.

We were given multilple branches cut off and shoved in soil.  They rooted just fine like that, completely ignored for the most part.

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