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Ted's Remedies for Bone Fractures and Nail Weakness?

Posted by Anon (US) on 04/06/2015

Dear Mr. Ted,

I am hoping you can help me with a couple of things. First, my fingernails keep peeling and breaking. They are extremely thin. I try vitamins, but I was wondering if you can suggest a supplement to help with this problem. I am a 52 year old black female. I am 5 feet 2 inches and weigh about 145. My physical exam comes back normal.

Also, can you suggest a supplement for a 57 year old black male who broke his knee and arm. What supplements will heal the body after surgery. What supplement re-attaches the bone in the upper arm? Thank you.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

For extremely thin nails, a B6 taken at 100 mg 3 times a day. Do not eat pinepples as the fibers will block intestinal absorption. Certain fruits do that. Vitamin A is taken only 1 month at 25000 iu. For the nails 10 to 20 mg of biotin and folic acid.

For dislocated bones and healing, quercetin mixed with soya lecthin and little bit of olive oil, aloe vera oil one teeaspoon twice a day, vitamin D3 10,000 iu for one month, and some soy milk whose sugar below 5%, and try to avoid sugar and fried foods. Colloidal gold and colloidal silver helps healing and bacteria. Ted