Ted's Fractures Remedies

Supplements to Speed Fracture Healing

Posted by G (Anonymous) on 12/30/2011

Happy New Year TED! I reread Dr. West's info on how these supplements are all made from organically grown food to provide the living essentials to a person's health. In reviewing that on calcium lactate and other bone supplements (I am STILL trying to heal my fractures because I am sure that the EMF injury has disrupted my mineral balances, sepcially in the spine, and also has crowded my internal organs by stomach, heart (angina) and lungs, restricting heart action.

In Dr. West's info, I read that calcium lactate becomes a form of calcium biocarbonate in one step and is the only form used by the body. Is this the form which one's own body produces when it creates bicarbonate of soda to alkalize? He states, "Do not confuse calcium carbonate (the form fund in most calium products) with calcium bicarbonate. There is no calcium bicarbonate in pill or powder form; it must be made in the body..." (Page 126, The Encycopedia of Pragmatic Medicine, Vol. I and II.

RE this, Dr. West critizes taking magnesium , but JI Rodale solved the deficiency of magnesium in most diets by recommending to take dolomite for it. However DR. West criticises dolomite as being just stone, and difficult to digest or solve physiological problems "without the body having difficulties in doing so."

I hope that in your busy schedule around this time, you will have time to evaluate the above information. Some French scientists long ago said that there is much less cancer in Egypt because the Egyptian people have large amounts of magnesium in their soil, which Europe lacks (mainly in France) Their research verified it and its health benefits. Thank you and have a wonderful holiday for 2012.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
01/16/2012
Your fractures will be helped greatly with taking two major supplements: vitamin K2 found mostly in butter, that's the K2 m4 form. Taking 4 slices of butter a day should be sufficient for now. The beta sitosterols are needed to helped healing and is found in aloe vera oil or beta sitosterol, taken about 50 to 100 mg should be more than sufficient, the magnesium chloride, saturated solution or magnesium citrate is taken at 100 mg. to help the bones. Most of fractures and broken hips is due to lack of vitamin K2 of m4 form that is found in mainly grass fed cows, kidneys and pancreas, and raw butter as the major vitamin K2 m4, the problem is nearly everyone (in U.S.) don't eat this any more, but also the rest of the civilized world, But there are some things that may help somewhat, but not significant, is the K2 m7, which is found in some supplements, but it must be mixed with extra virgin olive oil or virgin olive oil, from medical studies to get them bioavailable, you can do research yourself on www.pubmed.org. Then once the K2 is taken for 2 or 3 weeks you can begin to take vitamin D3, say on the third week along with vitamin K2. Now if the body initially is lacking in K2, bone pain after initially taking it may be felt for 2 days, and then subsides, then we can begin the usual dose of K2 m4, made by the brand name Glakay, 45 mg. a day, but before that happens, 15 mg is the preferred for the first week. Boron (borax) may be needed to keep calcium where they are, so the body can form bones, and may be taken at one pinch a day along with Silicon, which is horsetail, and at least sodium molybdate, at one pinch twice a week.

Ted

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