Dr Casey's Complementary medicine.
A START by eliminating certain food from your diet, particularly refined and hard to digest products. Eat lots of bio-natural yoghurt and garlic - believe it or not it's one of the best solutions to combat bad breath. Use Molkosan diluted with water to a ratio of 1:4 as a mouthwash 3-5 times daily.
Salvia (Menosan) can be beneficial in coping with menopausal changes at a dose of 20 drops in a little water twice daily. Both are widely available in health stores and are best continued for a minimum of six weeks.
Q I SUFFER from cervical spondylosis and the pain can really get me down. Apart from the usual painkillers, could you suggest any natural treatment which may help me cope with the pain?
AI SUGGEST you seek out an acupuncturist as well as trying the natural remedy Joint Mobility Factors with MSM, which is a natural anti-inflammatory and analgesic.
Take one tablet three times daily with your meals over the long-term. It has the added advantage of helping to build up the strength of your musculoskeletal system. Joint Mobility Factors can be ordered on 01292 317670.
QI'VE been prescribed long-term antibiotics by my GP for recurrent urinary tract infection. Is there an alternative?
ATAKE 20 drops three times a day of Uva-Ursi Complex before meals and a Phytobiotic 1 capsule twice daily after meals. Use both for three months by which time the infection should be eradicated.
This may seem like a lot to take initially but once you are clear of the infection you can cut back. Then start taking Ectrosept - 20 drops in a little water once daily long term - to prevent further infection.
All of the above remedies are available to order by phoning 01292 317670.
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|Publication:||Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Jan 9, 2005|
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