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Sick the Past 2 Years with Respiratory Issues

Posted by A. on 05/07/2011

Dear Ted, I'm writing to you today hoping from the bottom of my heart that you will be able to help me. For the past two years I have been very sick with a respiratory dis-ease, 8 well respected specialists in Canada diagnosed as chronic rhino sinusitis/sinusitis/bronchitis/asthma/allergies. I have tried every avenue from traditional Western treatments (including many different courses of antibiotics and ridiculously high doses of Prednisone, nasal rinses with steroids and high doses of antihistamines) to Naturopathic, Homeopathic and Chinese medicine treatments! There are times when I feel better but the flu like symptoms never really go away. I've been tested for all serious diseases and everything comes back negative, other than my immune system is very low. Personally, from all the research I have done online I have come to believe that there is a fungus living in my sinuses. More recently (in the last week) I have been using white vinegar (half distilled water, half vinegar) in my nose three times per day and just vinegar three times per day in my ears. This seems to help reduce the post nasal drip which is reducing the horrible cough. The nose however is now completely plugged up and runny at the same time.

Please teach me how to heal myself!

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
384 posts

1/2 teaspoon of sea salt in the morning will get your runny nose less of a problem. If it continues but less, than you might need more.

Vitamin C ascorbic acid with baking soda 1/4 teaspoon of vitamin C plus 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda four times a day.

Lysine (no calcium). 1/2 teaspoon lysine 4 times a day.

Histidine (reduce allergy) 1/4 teaspoon once a day

Clove oil 5% with alcohol 95%. Spray the room. Stay away from electronics and plastic. This is sprayed in area you sleep. Preferably every 3 hours for a few days. This will clear nasal passages.

Ammonia chloride. 10% ammonia chloride to 90% water. This is sprayed where you sleep for a few days. This is to kill the fungus lining the lungs. It is sprayed every three hours.

This is the basic protocol I give to my patients.


Replied by Donald
Seattle, Wa, Usa

1. Pharmaceutical Antibiotics don't do anything bad to viri or fungi.

2. Pharmaceutical Antibiotics do very bad things to one's immune system. Kind of Job Security.

Look for a NATURAL (that is: Food, Condiment or Spice) that is anti-fingal anti-viral anti-bacterial and can be used to bath your sinuses and respiratory passages.

Horseradish, slicing really strong onions, dozens of others.