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Anxiety, tension: bone meal, 5 to 10 tablets a day, with 2 capsules of fish liver oil (for vitamin D); B-complex vitamins; brewer’s yeast.
Athlete’s foot: mutton tallow. To make tallow, take mutton fat (preferably from lamb kidney – ask your butcher) and cook it over a slow fire. Strain and store in clean jar. Wash feet and apply at night. Change socks every day. Dust feet with garlic powder.
Back pain: vitamins E and C, calcium, magnesium, manganese.
Bed sores: topically: vitamin E. orally: E, A, C, zinc. Also: honey topically.
Bedwetting: cinnamon bark tea. Chewing cinnamon bark is even better.
Bee sting: antidote for: acid-forming minerals such as calcium chloride, hydrochloric acid, ammonium chloride.
Boils: tea of sarsaparilla, red clover, nettle; carrot and beet juice.
Bronchitis: tea of chickweed, slippery elm, mullein. Breathe the steam from hot catnip tea. Buerger’s disease: vitamin E, large doses up to 2,400 IU; lecithin; vitamin C
Burning feet: vitamin B6.
Burning mouth: B-complex, B12, niacin, folic acid.
Bursitis: peanut oil, internally, 1 tbsp. a day; alkaline diet; chloride-rich foods: kelp, watercress, avocado, endive, tomatoes, celery, oats, etc.
Canker sores (fever blisters): yogurt or lactobacillus acidophilus culture, in tablet form or liquid. Lots of vitamin с burdock root tea. Avoid sweets and citrus fruits.
Cataracts: vitamin B2. Chaparral tea taken internally. A drop of liquid honey in corner of eye at night.
Cold extremities (cold feet and hands): niacin, RNA (ribo-nucleic acid), B2.
Congestion bruises: witch hazel decoction, rubbed externally.
Cracked lips: vitamin B2, brewer’s yeast.
Cushing’s disease: potassium in large doses.
Cystitis: corn silk tea, steamed egg plant, apple cider vinegar.
Dandruff: nettle and chaparral tea, internally and externally. Rinse with vinegar added to the water. Castor oil, topically. Elimination of all sugar from the diet. B-complex vitamins.
Dizziness (vertigo, Meniere’s-disease): niacin; B1, B2, B6, pantothenic acid. Vitamin C. Catnip tea.
Dry skin: almond oil; sesame oil; formula f-plus.
Ear ache: a few drops of warm castor oil in ear; plug with cotton.
Eyes: to strengthen eyes, especially in weakness resulting from diabetes: chaparral tea, internally; vitamin A.
Fever: vitamin C. Chinchona bark tea. Lemon or grapefruit juice.
Gas: garlic, papaya juice, hydrochloric acid with meals. Herbs: calamus (sweet flag), peppermint, slippery elm bark.
Gout: cherries – raw, juiced or frozen. Purine-free (low animal protein, low grain) diet.
Gray hair: to restore natural color: PABA, pantothenic acid, folic acid, brewer’s yeast, blackstrap molasses. Also, multiple mineral and trace element formula, or sea water (2 to 3 tbsp. a day).
Hay fever: pollen (granules or tablets), pollen-rich (unprocessed, raw) honey. Herbs: black cohosh, jimson weed.

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