ILLNESSES STARTING FROM M, N AND THEIR TREATMENT

MEASLES
Measles is a disease most common in childhood and can be serious. It is produced by 3 virus, Its first symptoms occur about 10 days after becoming exposed.

Measles symptoms are: a cold, coughing, fever, jaded and swollen eyes. There may be diarrhea, also. After this, some white sores appear in the mouth, throat and nose. Later, some small red dots like a rash appear behind the ears, on the neck, then on the face, body, arms and legs. There is a temperature and discomfort up until these small red dots appear.
The suggested treatment is:
Consult your physician immediately. In addition to getting plenty of rest and having a good diet, the person with measles should remain in bed and drink a lot of liquids and juices. Apply Aloe Vera extract on the red blisters alone or mixed with Aloe Vera gelatin. This will take away any itching and burning.
In the case of an earache, apply one or two drops of Aloe Vera extract in each ear every 4 hours.
Take bee bee glue and garlic to strengthen the immune system. Measles may cause complications like pneumonia, meningitis, etc.
MENOPAUSE
Menopause is the ending of the menstrual periods. This phenomenon normally occurs between the ages of 45 to 52 even though it may occur before or after this time. The cause for this is the decrease in the hormone production by the ovaries.
Symptoms:
” Irregular menses, sometimes with a lot of bleeding and others with almost none, occurring each time with less and less frequency.
” Hot flashes and sweating during the night.
” Vaginal dryness.
” A tendency towards brittle bones.
” Changes in personality.
” Thrush and urinary tract infections.
” Insomnia
” Cardiac problems.
Causes: The causes of irregular and abundant bleeding in women in the menopause stage are due to the absence of ovulation, which causes, as a consequence, an imbalance in the hormonal production of estrogen and progesterone. Either excessive estrogen is produced or not enough progesterone is produced.
The emotional aspect of excessive bleeding during menopause, or even of growing old, play a key role in either the decreases or increases of the menstrual flow.
Profuse and irregular bleeding may also occur because of benign tumor or cysts in the uterus. In some cases, these cysts may be of a cancerous origin, which is why a biopsy or a medical check-up is recommended.
Suggested treatment:
Hot flashes are a result of a decrease in the production of the estrogen hormone. To diminish hot flashes you should eliminate coffee, cola beverages and alcohol, besides living a quiet life without stress.
It has been proven that the Royal Jelly contains estrogen hormones, which is why taking from 500 to 750 mg. of royal jelly can substitute for the loss of this substance in woman and help reduce the effect caused by menopause. Other recommended elements during menopause are the intake of ginseng and large doses of vitamin E.
Since Osteoporosis is another problem present in postmenopausal women, the intake of 800 to 1500 mg. of calcium is recommended. Diary products such as milk, cheese and yogurt have a high calcium content.
In order for the calcium to be assimilated there must be vitamin D in the body. This is produced in the skin when it is exposed to the sun’s rays. Fish liver oil also has a high concentration of vitamin D.
Protein intake must be reduced while grain and vegetable consumption increased. This diminishes the risk of having osteoporosis.
MENSTRUATION
Menstruation and premenstrual syndrome are phenomena in which women have vaginal bleeding during regular periods of about 28 days.
During the period prior to menstruation women have a series of alterations in their organic and psychological physiology which produce strong changes in their temperament.
The most frequent symptoms in certain people, but not in general are:
” Depression
” A sharp pain in the abdomen
” Headaches
” Acne
” Muscular cramps
” Water retention
” Insomnia
” Abdominal swelling Nervousness
” Fatigue
” Pain in the joints
” Negative changes in personality.
The main cause of these symptoms is a hormonal imbalance which occurs due to the excessive of estrogen in comparison to the progesterone level, in addition to a decreases of blood sugar.
Cramps: During menstruation the body produces some hormones called prostate which stimulate the uterus muscles to contract and expel menstrual waste. This produce cramps.
The suggested treatment for cramps is:
” The intake of multi vitamins and minerals; especially calcium and magnesium.
” An adequate diet and daily exercise.
” The following food should be reduced in the diet: salt, coffee, red meats such as pork and beet, and canned foods.
” Drink plenty of water with Aloe Vera juice before and after menstruation. This will help reduce inflammation greatly and void pain.
” Rigorously avoid constipation.
” Put a bag of warm water on the stomach. This will help reduce inflammation as well as allow the blood to flow, thus relaxing the muscles.
” Rub the abdomen with warm Aloe Vera and eucalyptus cream. This reduces inflammation and relieves pain.
MOUTH SORES
Ulcers are produced after a few days of fever. They occur inside the lips or the mouth.
Symptoms are: A swelling with blister. If this bursts, a little liquid comes out and forms an ulcer or scab inside the lips or mouth and it may hurt.
The most common causes are viral infections of the benign herpes type, and they normally disappear after 8 to 15 days. Blisters are also formed because of fever caused by an infection.
Suggested treatment:
Rinse mouth with Aloe Vera extract several times a day. Also use a jojoba ointment for lips.
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
Multiple Sclerosis is a degeneration of nerve cells.
The most frequent symptoms are: Muscular weakness, weakness when standing, lack of coordination and balance when walking or eating, fatigue, dizziness, blurred vision, difficulty in speaking, incontinence, paralysis of some muscles and mood swings.
The progression of this disease is slow and it disappears for periods of time but then it returns without remedy.
Causes: are not well known but enough information has been obtained to suspect that bad nutrition or a possible infection may cause it. This disorder usually becomes evident from ages 25 to 40.
The most adequate suggested treatment is:
The intake of multi – vitamins and minerals, especially B 1, B 6, B 12, D and E, calcium and magnesium; unsaturated fats, soy, corn, sunflower, and fish oils; vegetables, fruits and whole grains. Rest and adequate exercise are beneficial for your health.
Fossil Tree: This plant helps against multiple sclerosis in that it increase circulation. The greater quantity of blood, loaded with oxygen and nutrients, reaches the damaged areas so that the nerve cells are reestablished quicker, allowing the person’s damaged faculties to improve.
MUMPS
Mumps is a viral infection that affects the parotid glands, causing them to swell. This causes discomfort in the neck, ear and jawbone.
Symptoms occur after 2 or 3 weeks of exposure, a fever becomes present, pain is felt upon opening the mouth, and finally, the area of the neck below the ears begins to swell.
This occurs in children from the ages of 3 to 16. The testicles usually swell and ache in boys older than 11 years of age.
As a suggested treatment:
Rest, large quantities of liquids, and stimulation of the immune system with bee glue and vitamins A, C, and E is recommended. In addition, drinking Aloe Vera juice will help reduce inflammation and diminish discomforts. This illness is usually over within 10 days.
MUSCULAR Disease
There are five main types of muscular disease. In the most common type, the muscle tissues require a great amount of oxygen and enzymes to correctly perform their function due to the fact that they have been destroyed together with the essential fatty acids that form the structural part of the muscle. The membrane of the muscle cells becomes extremely permeable so it loses many of the nutrients that are needed.
The main symptoms are: The weakening of the legs and back muscles causing difficulty in walking.
With time, this may become generalized in other parts of the body like the legs.
The main cause is heredity with the exception of a type which occurs between the ages of 35 to 50. Nevertheless the type of diet that one maintains is very important for its prevention.
Suggested treatment
The most nutritious diet recommended is: whole-grain cereals, that means still containing the hull, as well as amino acids and vegetable oils; in addition vitamins E, A, B 1, B 12 and minerals.
If the degenerative problem has not progressed very much, the intake of vitamin E will help impede it. This vitamin is found in large amounts in whole wheat and sprouts.
MUSCULAR & BACK PAINS
Constant Muscular pain can be confused with rheumatism but the causes which produce them may be different.
Symptoms: These pains can be present in any part of the body but they are more common in the back, neck and legs.
Causes: Muscular pains are mainly produced because of the following reasons: excessive exercise, stress, an alignment problem with a vertebra or it could be due to lack of:
Calcium, manganese, potassium, zinc, etc., or vitamins E, C, B 1, B 2, B 6, B 12.
Suggested treatment:
Consult a chiropractor to examine the spinal column and eliminate this possibility.
A comfortable but slightly firm mattress helps to get a good night’s rest and keeps your spinal column in good condition. Check your posture when you are sitting down working, don’t slouch.
Take B complex vitamins, vitamin C and E, minerals: calcium, copper, potassium, zinc, magnesium to help muscular functions.
NAILS, VARIOUS PROBLEMS
Nails protect the sensitive nerve endings from harm and injury. Nails are formed of proteins, keratin and minerals.

Symptoms: Nutritional deficiencies produce the following problems:
” A lack of vitamin A and calcium makes them dry and brittle.
” A lack of B complex vitamins causes weakness and cracking.
” A deficiency of vitamin B 12 causes dry, dark nails and causes them to be excessively round and curved.
” A deficiency of proteins is evidenced by white strips on nails.
” A deficiency of iron produces spoon shaped nails with a raised tip.
Suggested treatment: Depending on the type of problem, take the nutrients. Also to soften nails and prevent them from getting curved and dry, it is recommended, especially for ladies who use common soap for a long period of time, to apply a moisturizing cream.
Applying a little bit of moisturizing lotion with Aloe Vera on the nails is also recommended.
Fungus on nails. Fungus on nails is a common ailment but hard to eliminate. One of the reasons why it is difficult to eliminate is due to the difficulty of fungicides of penetrate to the root, clear to the skin which is under the nail.
Suggested treatment:
Aloe Vera is an element which has the characteristic of penetrating deeply and carrying or serving as a vehicle to transport other elements. Aloe Vera itself has fungicide properties, however, it is commonly combined with other elements like aspirin, when applied to the affected area after bathing helps in the treatment of fungus on nails. It is recommended to eat yogurt every day. The true bacteria destroys the fungus “Candida” which may be causing this condition under the nails.
NAUSEA AND VOMITING
Nausea and Vomiting: Dizziness, upset stomach and a strong desire to throw up.
The symptoms are: A pale face, dizziness, a sensation of discomfort and a desire to throw up; stomach ache in some cases.
The causes may be organic or psychological and the most frequent are
” Stomach infection.
” Appendicitis.
” Hypoglycemia.
” Pregnancy.
” A strong headache or pain in the abdomen
” Excessive movement of a car or a ship.
” Problems in the labyrinth of the inner ear.
The best suggested treatment in case this disorder is frequent is:
To lie down and breath deeply. Ginger is very helpful.
For pregnant women, as well as for persons being treated with radiation and ones who get carsick, the intake of vitamin B 6 and magnesium is very helpful.
NEPHRITIS
The swelling of one or both kidneys is called nephritis.
The symptoms of this disease may be nonexistent, or there may be pain in the abdomen area, blood in the urine, fever, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting and frequent desire to urinate.
The main cause of this infection is bacteria, which come from the urinary tract going up from the bladder. Another variety of nephritis is sulfide, which is produced as a response to an infection in other parts of the body. Another causes of nephritis is the presence of toxins in the body.
The suggested treatment:
Consists of taking natural antibiotics such as: bee glue in addition to vitamins A, E and C, the vitamins B 2 and B 12 and minerals. Drink large quantities of liquid.

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