Monday, May 18, 2009

Parkinson's disease, Toenail fungus & Juvenile Diabetes...

Update:May 23, '09... If nicotine unsheaths the myelin sheaths of things, sort of stripping off the outer husk, then possibly, in the lungs, when you smoke, the nicotine strips the outer coating off your internal lung tissue...Now that alone just means that your lungs are vulnerable...But when you quit smoking, the high acidity that has kept that area clean disappears...So, mold or fungus or other infection could set in , before the area heals itself up...Maybe that is what lung cancer is...a predatory mold (again, maybe begotten from antibiotic exposure-from a hospital)...Maybe if we treat lung cancer like a mold or fungus? (I'm still on my coconut lemongrass kick- coconut to remyelinize, lemongrass to antiseptic kill fungual growth...)


Update: Thu. May 21, 2009... Alpha-synuclein deposits are found in the brains of Parkinsonian people, Alzheimer's, & Lewy bodies (another similar dementia ailment)...Fungus & synucleins being related confirms my hunch...I just want to add this- & I am sorry, 'cause I think nicotine is terrific (at least in low doses...)here goes, I think heavy smokers burned the outer layer of their myelin sheaths in their brains, wore them away with nicotine- then, when they quit smoking, the exposed neural network became vulnerable to fungus- like say if you were a doctor & worked in a hospital where lots of antibiotics(mold in a pill) are ambient...Or spent some time in a hospital, or took too many antibiotics when you had a cold, or something...So- precursor, dissolve the outer layer of brain passageways, the two, let some moldy fungus in...(on the upside, possibly chewing some Nicorette gum, if you already are sick, might help to kill the predator fungus...-it might be the quitting that leaves the brain vulnerable...) Other brain dissolvers include pot(cannabis), aspirin, painkillers in that category, alcohol, gingko biloba (another blood thinner), warfarin, statins, heart medications...(Vitamin K foods are blood thickeners- the opposite to thinners- by the way...) Lemongrass kills fungus, coconut oil provides a base for the lemongrass so you don't kill everything...





Older:
When I went to Harvard, I used to think I was getting diabetes...Antibiotics can cause pancreatic failure, & I'm pretty sure all those keeners overworking in one small town made alot of people get the flu, & then get doses of antibiotics...I used to sit in class & feel my pulse slowing down, that faint dust of sweat & hotness of fever inside convinced me I was becoming diabetic...A couple of days later, sure enough I caught that "bug" that was going around, & felt my logic slip a bit into delusion, which wasn't hard seeing as I was at this ridiculously overpriced institution, with several hours of listening to tapes in their cramped library as one of the requirements of the course of study...Like I came all the way to Harvard to listen to taped recordings with a bunch of geeks? Suffice it to say I dropped out, & now have entered some hallowed Hall of Fame, with the likes of Bill Gates (another drop-out), so I feel somehow better about my decision...
Antibiotics are essentially mold...or fungus...Like the stuff that grows in your toenails...Lemongrass kills mold, but will also kill healthy tissue if you don't balance it out with something fatty...Coconut milk powder works as a balancing act to lemongrass...Coconut is fatty & fatty things protect myelin & chitin, basically the casings of things like your neurons, nerve cells, important stuff...So, if you combine coconut with lemongrass you get a food that kills fungus while protecting your myelin sheaths...
Go to The Whole Foods Market...In the vegetable section they have herbs in little plastic boxes...Lemongrass comes in two stems, looks a bit like chives...Hunt around the store for a bag of coconut milk powder...Buy a double chicken breast...Get a box of ginger coconut rice...Go home, & peel off the outer layer of the lemongrass, then wack the stems with the back of a knife to release the oils, then chop it up...Drop that into some extra virgin olive oil heating in a frying pan, drop enough coconut milk powder in to cover the lemongrass, add some boiled water, throw in the chicken breast, cover & simmer for 15-25 minutes...Make the rice...
I believe that Parkinson's disease is related to diabetes is related to plain old toenail fungus is related to antibiotics...I believe that the mold has become systemic & has crossed the blood brain barrier & is eating away at the brain wreaking havoc...I believe that adding coconut lemongrass to your diet will kill the mold while protecting the myelin sheath...Caution again- too much coconut actually Grows mold, too much lemongrass kills healthy tissue- so make sure you put equal amounts into whatever you are cooking...the chicken breast is just a nice idea with the rice...This is the easiest way that I can suggest you try to cure Parkinson's disease...When I come up with a coconut lemongrass chewing gum, you will be the first to know...
p.s. Althea's cupboard makes coconut lemongrass toe balm which sticks under your toenails & clears up toenail fungus...

p.p.s. When I went to Shopper's Drug Mart, Wasan introduced me to Harajuku Lovers perfume, the coconut smell is the blonde one...I liked it but it was too strong...So she showed me the solid perfume version, but you had to buy 6 different smells...I went home & searched ebay.ca for coconut solid perfume balm...Could only find coconut lemongrass in a solid perfume balm so I ordered it...When it arrived it smelled so good, I wanted to put it all over...I remembered that lemongrass was an antiseptic & wondered if it would clear up that one toenail-ly fungus...I put some on under the nail, & sure enough the next morning my toenail was clearer...When I experimented with coconut by itself, the toenail got worse...When I had tried lemongrass oil alone in the past, I lost the whole toenail...So, coconut lemongrass was the right formulation, accidently, to get rid of fungus without losing chitin...(nail)...
My Dad had Parkinson's disease, diabetes late onset, & really bad toenail fungus...Over the years since his death (he was a neuro-ophthalmologist surgeon by the way, so we weren't exactly stupid about stuff), I have decided that all three events, Parkinson's, juvenile diabetes, & toenail fungus were related...If coconut lemongrass healed up my toenail fungus, then maybe we could apply that tiny bit of miracle to other parts of the body...maybe , come to think of it, we could cure diabetes...If it is all just mold, then we have the cure...
Coconut lemongrass...my morning plus a billion years of thinking, thought for the day...By Sari Grove

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Either you're a genius or just really damn smart. I was just on the same track of thinking about mold and fungus. Yet I haven't gotten as far as you. Kudos!

grovecanada said...

Hi Anonymous...
Thanks for the support, sometimes I think I am taking crazy pills...Glad to know I am on the same track as somebody else...I keep kicking at the same cans, sometimes over years, eventually I figure something out...I find clarity often comes from leaving something for months then coming back to it...
My mom came from total artist types, my Dad was a heavy duty doctor person- so I am a creative with a heavy understanding of medicine...I don't really fit in to the medical world, but I have really original thoughts about curing diseases...(the creative side)...
Because I am an artist, I am self-employed & have sh-t-loads of time to just ponder things...
The only problem with being smart is that it comes with a layer of kookiness...Kooky good, but still...

Just this morning I was thinking to myself that, historically, only crazy people ever came up with great ideas...

I was thinking this defensively...Something I could say...You know when you got out on a limb there is more fruit but it gets lonely...

Thanks for posting...

grovecanada said...

Update: I have now discovered that the symptoms for a damaged spleen are the same as the symptoms of Parkinson's disease...1)Hand tremors 2) pancreatitis leading to diabetes 3)Fungal infection (like toenail fungus)...
Probable cause of parkinson's is a blow to the spleen when young...Like getting hit by a streetcar when you were 8 years old, you think you are fine, but that spleen damage manifests itself as parkinson's disease much much later.
Treat Parkinson's like you would treat damaged spleen, with spleen supplements, gallbladder supplements & stomach supplements...(by supporting surrounding organs to the spleen you help the machine work better...)
I thank a book titled "The Philosopher & the Wolf" for reminding me about spleen damage when you are hit by a car...Very common. On a hunch, I checked spleen damage symptoms online- knowing a Parkinsonian who had in fact been hit by a streetcar when he was 8 years old. The two correlated & here we are. My conclusion, again, is that Parkinson's disease is actually spleen damage...Treat as such...(Chinese medicine has excellent supplements for the spleen at a fraction of the cost of American ones- by the way...) The Herb Depot in Toronto, on Spadina, is where I go to get my Chinese supplements...A doctor is always on premises too...

grovecanada said...

Afterthought: If you suffer from 1) hand tremors 2) pancreatitis or full blown diabetes or 3) fungal infection- try supporting your spleen- it may have been damaged in a car accident or other blow to the body...Of course, Parkinson's especially which is characterised by all three...