Lump in My Throat?

Posted by Anonymous on 05/26/2007

... I have what seems to be a lump of phlegm in my throat all the time. I have had it for years and do not know what to do about it. I do have sinuses and I suspect it is drainage that lingers in my throat it also causes my breath to smell bad. Any suggestions please?

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
385 posts

Usually its the fungus. Taking 1000 mg of sodium ascorbate a day x 3 times a day for about 2 months should reduce the sinus caused fungus. To reduce excess mucus, taking some vitamin A, 25,000 i.u. (they are tiny little things), twice a week, vitamin E twice a week, cod liver oil twice a week, should do it. To dissolve the phlegm, 500 mg of N Acetyl Cysteine, 5 days out of a week for a month. Magnesium citrate (or chloride or gluconate) should help.

Bad breath can be reduce by alkalizing and improved bowel movements at least 2 times a day. If the body is properly alkalized, usually bowel movement comes more frequently if not, then drink some 1/4 teaspoon of sea salt and 1/16 teaspoon of baking soda in one liter of drinking water throughout the day. It will increase watery stool, improve the eliminations, and thereby helping with the sinus problems.

Sodium ascorbate vitamin C is basically alkaline, so this should help. Generally low copper, low molybdenum, low zinc, low manganese, and nonexistent iodine leads to premature gray hair. Oily foods can lead to gray hair quite fast too, since it blocks the or destroys the human growth hormone in the body. It is a known fact the HGH gets destroyed in an oily solution, or oily blood when you take too much oily foods. Which is why in HGH preparations, they add surfactants. Natural surfactants we can eat, such as alkaline forming foods or baking soda, and granulated powdered lecithin, or even a small amount (100 mg) of disodium EDTA dilute in a water solution (one liter drinking water taken in small amounts, say 1/4 each time).