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James Randi Homeopathy quackery and fraud

Good morning.Happy to see so many fine folks out here and so many smiling faces.I have a very peculiar background, attitude and approach to the real world because i am a conjurer.Now, i prefer that term over magician, because if i were a magician, that would mean that i use spells and incantations and weird gestures in order to accomplish real magic.No, i don't do that i'm a conjurer, who is someone who pretends to be a real magician.Laughter now, how do we go about that sort of thing.

We depend on the fact that audiences, such as yourselves, will make assumptions.For example, when i walked up here and i took the microphone from the stand and switched it on, you assumed this was a microphone, which it is not.Laughter as a matter of fact, this is something that about half of you, more than half of you will not be familiar with.It's a beard trimmer, you see and it makes a very bad microphone i've tried it many times.Laughter the other assumption that you made.

And this little lesson is to show you that you will make assumptions.Not only that you can, but that you will when they are properly suggested to you.You believe i'm looking at you.Wrong.I'm not looking at you.I can't see you.I know you're out there, they told me backstage, it's a full house and such.I know you're there because i can hear you, but i can't see you because i normally wear glasses.These are not glasses, these are empty frames.Laughter quite empty frames.

Now why would a grown man appear before you wearing empty frames on his face to fool you, ladies and gentlemen, to deceive you, to show that you, too, can make assumptions.Don't you ever forget that.Now, i have to do something first of all, switch to real glasses so i can actually see you, which would probably be a convenience.I don't know.I haven't had a good look.Well, it's not that great a convenience.Laughter i have to do something now, which seems a little bit strange for a magician.

But i'm going to take some medication.This is a full bottle of calms forte.I'll explain that in just a moment.Ignore the instructions, that's what the government has to put in there to confuse you, i'm sure.I will take enough of these.Mm.Indeed, the whole container.Thirtytwo tablets of calms forte.Now that i've done that i'll explain it in a moment i must tell you that i am an actor.I'm an actor who plays a specific part.I play the part of a magician,.

A wizard, if you will, a real wizard.If someone were to appear on this stage in front of me and actually claim to be an ancient prince of denmark named hamlet, you would be insulted and rightly so.Why would a man assume that you would believe something bizarre like this but there exists out there a very large population of people who will tell you that they have psychic, magical powers that they can predict the future, that they can make contact with the deceased.Oh, they also say.

They will sell you astrology or other fortunetelling methods.Oh, they gladly sell you that, yes.And they also say that they can give you perpetual motion machines and free energy systems.They claim to be psychics, or sensitives, whatever they can.But the one thing that has made a big comeback just recently is this business of speaking with the dead.Now, to my innocent mind, dead implies incapable of communicating.Laughter you might agree with me on that.But these people, they tend to tell you that not only can they communicate with the dead.

hi, there but they can hear the dead as well, and they can relay this information back to the living.I wonder if that's true.I don't think so, because this subculture of people use exactly the same gimmicks that we magicians do, exactly the same the same physical methods, the same psychological methods and they effectively and profoundly deceive millions of people around the earth, to their detriment.They deceive these people, costs them a lot of money, cost them a lot of emotional anguish.Billions of dollars are spent.

Every year, all over the globe, on these charlatans.Now, i have two questions i would like to ask these people if i had the opportunity to do so.First question if i want to ask them to call up because they do hear them through the ear.They listen to the spirits like this i'm going to ask you to call up the ghost of my grandmother because, when she died, she had the family will, and she secreted it someplace.We don't know where it is, so we ask granny, where is the will, granny.

What does granny say she says, i'm in heaven and it's wonderful.I'm here with all my old friends, my deceased friends, and my family and all the puppy dogs and the kittens that i used to have when i was a little girl.And i love you, and i'll always be with you.Good bye.And she didn't answer the damn question! where is the will now, she could easily have said, oh, it's in the library on the second shelf, behind the encyclopedia, but she doesn't say that.No, she doesn't.

She doesn't bring any useful information to us.We paid a lot of money for that information, be we didn't get it.The second question that i'd like to ask, rather simple suppose i ask them to contact the spirit of my deceased fatherinlaw, as an example.Why do they insist on saying remember, they speak into this ear why do they say, my name starts with j or m is this a hunting game hunting and fishing what is it is it 20 questions no, it's more like 120 questions.

But it is a cruel, vicious, absolutely conscienceless i'll be all right, keep your seats laughter game that these people play.And they take advantage of the innocent, the naive, the grieving, the needy people out there.Now, this is a process that is called cold reading.There's one fellow out there, van praagh is his name, james van praagh.He's one of the big practitioners of this sort of thing.John edward, sylvia browne and rosemary altea, they are other operators.There are hundreds of them all over the earth, but in this country,.

James van praagh is very big.And what does he do he likes to tell you how the deceased got deceased, the people he's talking to through his ear, you see so what he says is, very often, is like this he says, he tells me, he tells me, before he passed, that he had trouble breathing.Folks, that's what dying is all about! laughter you stop breathing, and then you're dead.It's that simple.And that's the kind of information they're going to bring back to you i don't think so.

Now, these people will make guesses, they'll say things like, why am i getting electricity he's saying to me, 'electricity.' was he an electrician no.Did he ever have an electric razor no.It was a game of hunting questions like this.This is what they go through.Now, folks often ask us at the james randi educational foundation, they call me, they say, why are you so concerned about this, mr.Randi isn't it just a lot of fun no, it is not fun.It is a cruel farce.Now, it may bring a certain amount of comfort,.

But that comfort lasts only about 20 minutes or so.And then the people look in the mirror, and they say, i just paid a lot of money for that reading.And what did she say to me 'i love you!' they always say that.They don't get any information, they don't get any value for what they spend.Now, sylvia browne is the big operator.We call her the talons.Sylvia browne thank you sylvia browne is the big operator in this field at this very moment.Now, sylvia browne just to show you.

She actually gets 700 dollars for a 20 minute reading over the telephone, she doesn't even go there in person, and you have to wait up to two years because she's booked ahead that amount of time.You pay by credit card or whatever, and then she will call you sometime in the next two years.You can tell it's her.Hello, this is sylvia browne.That's her, you can tell right away.Now, montel williams is an intelligent man.We all know who he is on television.He's well educated, he's smart,.

He knows what sylvia browne is doing but he doesn't give a damn.He just doesn't care.Because, the bottom line is, the sponsors love it, and he will expose her to television publicity all the time.Now, what does sylvia browne give you for that 700 dollars she gives you the names of your guardian angels, that's first.Now, without that, how could we possibly function laughter she gives you the names of previous lives, who you were in previous lives.Duh.It turns out that the women that she gives readings for.

Were all babylonian princesses, or something like that.And the men were all grecian warriors fighting with agamemnon.Nothing is ever said about a 14 yearold bootblack in the streets of london who died of consumption.He isn't worth bringing back, obviously.And the strange thing folks, you may have noticed this too.You see these folks on television they never call anybody back from hell.Laughter everyone comes back from heaven, but never from hell.If they call back any of my friends, they're not going to.Well, you see the story.

Laughter now, sylvia browne is an exception, an exception in one way, because the james randi educational foundation, my foundation, offers a one million dollar prize in negotiable bonds.Very simply won.All you have to do is prove any paranormal, occult or supernatural event or power of any kind under proper observing conditions.It's very easy, win the million dollars.Sylvia browne is an exception in that she's the only professional psychic in the whole world that has accepted our challenge.She did this on the larry king live show on cnn.

Six and a half years ago.And we haven't heard from her since.Strange.She said that, first of all, that she didn't know how to contact me.Duh.A professional psychic who speaks to dead people, she can't reach me laughter i'm alive, you may have noticed.Well, pretty well anyway.She couldn't reach me.Now she says she doesn't want to reach me because i'm a godless person.All the more reason to take the million dollars, wouldn't you think, sylvia now these people need to be stopped, seriously now.

They need to be stopped because this is a cruel farce.We get people coming to the foundation all the time.They're ruined financially and emotionally because they've given their money and their faith to these people.Now, i popped some pills earlier.I have to explain that to you.Homeopathy, let's find out what that's all about.Hmm.You've heard of it.It's an alternative form of healing, right homeopathy actually consists and that's what this is.This is calms forte, 32 caplets of sleeping pills! i forgot to tell you that.

I just ingested six and a half days worth of sleeping pills.Laughter six and a half days, that certainly is a fatal dose.It says right on the back here, in case of overdose, contact your poison control center immediately, and it gives an 800 number.Keep your seats it's going to be okay.I don't really need it because i've been doing this stunt for audiences all over the world for the last eight or 10 years, taking fatal doses of homeopathic sleeping pills.Why don't they affect me.

Laughter applause the answer may surprise you.What is homeopathy it's taking a medicine that really works and diluting it down well beyond avogadro's limit.Diluting it down to the point where there's none of it left.Laughter now folks, this is not just a metaphor i'm going to give you now, it's true.It's exactly equivalent to taking one 325 milligram aspirin tablet, throwing it into the middle of lake tahoe, and then stirring it up, obviously with a very big stick, and waiting two years or so until the solution is homogeneous.

Then, when you get a headache, you take a sip of this water, and voila! it is gone.Laughter now that is true.That is what homeopathy is all about.And another claim that they make you'll love this one the more dilute the medicine is, they say, the more powerful it is.Now wait a minute, we heard about a guy in florida.The poor man, he was on homeopathic medicine.He died of an overdose.He forgot to take his pill.Laughter work on it.Work on it.

It's a ridiculous thing.It is absolutely ridiculous.I don't know what we're doing, believing in all this nonsense over all these years.Now, let me tell you, the james randi educational foundation is waving this very big carrot, but i must say, the fact that nobody has taken us up on this offer doesn't mean that the powers don't exist.They might, some place out there.Maybe these people are just independently wealthy.Well, with sylvia browne i would think so.You know, 700 dollars for a 20 minute reading.

Over the telephone that's more than lawyers make! i mean that's a fabulous amount of money.These people don't need the million dollars perhaps, but wouldn't you think they'd like to take it just to make me look silly just to get rid of this godless person out there that sylvia browne talks about all the time i think that something needs to be done about this.We really would love to have suggestions from you folks on how to contact federal, state and local authorities to get them to do something.

If you find out now i understand.We've seen people, even today, speaking to us about aids epidemics and starving kids around the world and impure water supplies that people have to suffer with.Those are very important, critically important to us.And we must do something about those problems.But at the same time, as arthur c.Clarke said, the rotting of the human mind, the business of believing in the paranormal and the occult and the supernatural all of this total nonsense, this medieval thinking i think something should be done about that,.

And it all lies in education.Largely, it's the media who are to blame for this sort of thing.They shamelessly promote all kinds of nonsense of this sort because it pleases the sponsors.It's the bottom line, the dollar line.That's what they're looking at.We really must do something about this.I'm willing to take your suggestions, and i'm willing to have you tune in to our webpage.It's randi.Go in there and look at the archives, and you will begin to understand much more of what i've been talking about today.

You will see the records that we have.There's nothing like sitting in that library and having a family appear there and say that mum gave away all the family fortune.She cashed in the cds, she gave away the stocks and the certificates.That's really sad to hear, and it hasn't helped them one bit, hasn't solved any of their problems.Yes, there could be a rotting of the american mind, and of the minds all the way around the earth, if we don't start to think sensibly about these things.

Now, we've offered this carrot, as i say, we've dangled the carrot.We're waiting for the psychics to come forth and snap at it.Oh, we get lots of them, hundreds of them every year come by.These are dowsers and people who think that they can talk to the dead as well, but they're amateurs they don't know how to evaluate their own socalled powers.The professionals never come near us, except in that case of sylvia browne that i told you about a moment ago.She did accept and then backed away.

Abraham Verghese A s touch

A few months ago, a 40 yearold woman came to an emergency room in a hospital close to where i live, and she was brought in confused.Her blood pressure was an alarming 230 over 170.Within a few minutes, she went into cardiac collapse.She was resuscitated, stabilized, whisked over to a cat scan suite right next to the emergency room, because they were concerned about blood clots in the lung.And the cat scan revealed no blood clots in the lung, but it showed bilateral, visible, palpable breast masses,.

Breast tumors, that had metastasized widely all over the body.And the real tragedy was, if you look through her records, she had been seen in four or five other health care institutions in the preceding two years.Four or five opportunities to see the breast masses, touch the breast mass, intervene at a much earlier stage than when we saw her.Ladies and gentlemen, that is not an unusual story.Unfortunately, it happens all the time.I joke, but i only half joke, that if you come to one of our hospitals missing a limb,.

No one will believe you till they get a cat scan, mri or orthopedic consult.I am not a luddite.I teach at stanford.I'm a physician practicing with cuttingedge technology.But i'd like to make the case to you in the next 17 minutes that when we shortcut the physical exam, when we lean towards ordering tests instead of talking to and examining the patient, we not only overlook simple diagnoses that can be diagnosed at a treatable, early stage, but we're losing much more than that.We're losing a ritual.

We're losing a ritual that i believe is transformative, transcendent, and is at the heart of the patientphysician relationship.This may actually be heresy to say this at ted, but i'd like to introduce you to the most important innovation, i think, in medicine to come in the next 10 years, and that is the power of the human hand to touch, to comfort, to diagnose and to bring about treatment.I'd like to introduce you first to this person whose image you may or may not recognize.This is sir arthur conan doyle.

Since we're in edinburgh, i'm a big fan of conan doyle.You might not know that conan doyle went to medical school here in edinburgh, and his character, sherlock holmes, was inspired by sir joseph bell.Joseph bell was an extraordinary teacher by all accounts.And conan doyle, writing about bell, described the following exchange between bell and his students.So picture bell sitting in the outpatient department, students all around him, patients signing up in the emergency room and being registered and being brought in.And a woman comes in with a child,.

And conan doyle describes the following exchange.The woman says, good morning.Bell says, what sort of crossing did you have on the ferry from burntisland she says, it was good.And he says, what did you do with the other child she says, i left him with my sister at leith.And he says, and did you take the shortcut down inverleith row to get here to the infirmary she says, i did.And he says, would you still be working at the linoleum factory and she says, i am..

And bell then goes on to explain to the students.He says, you see, when she said, 'good morning,' i picked up her fife accent.And the nearest ferry crossing from fife is from burntisland.And so she must have taken the ferry over.You notice that the coat she's carrying is too small for the child who is with her, and therefore, she started out the journey with two children, but dropped one off along the way.You notice the clay on the soles of her feet.Such red clay is not found within a hundred miles of edinburgh,.

Except in the botanical gardens.And therefore, she took a short cut down inverleith row to arrive here.And finally, she has a dermatitis on the fingers of her right hand, a dermatitis that is unique to the linoleum factory workers in burntisland.And when bell actually strips the patient, begins to examine the patient, you can only imagine how much more he would discern.And as a teacher of medicine, as a student myself, i was so inspired by that story.But you might not realize that our ability to look into the body.

In this simple way, using our senses, is quite recent.The picture i'm showing you is of leopold auenbrugger who, in the late 1700s, discovered percussion.And the story is that leopold auenbrugger was the son of an innkeeper.And his father used to go down into the basement to tap on the sides of casks of wine to determine how much wine was left and whether to reorder.And so when auenbrugger became a physician, he began to do the same thing.He began to tap on the chests of his patients,.

On their abdomens.And basically everything we know about percussion, which you can think of as an ultrasound of its day organ enlargement, fluid around the heart, fluid in the lungs, abdominal changes all of this he described in this wonderful manuscript inventum novum, new invention, which would have disappeared into obscurity, except for the fact that this physician, corvisart, a famous french physician famous only because he was physician to this gentleman corvisart repopularized and reintroduced the work.And it was followed a year or two later.

By laennec discovering the stethoscope.Laennec, it is said, was walking in the streets of paris and saw two children playing with a stick.One was scratching at the end of the stick, another child listened at the other end.And laennec thought this would be a wonderful way to listen to the chest or listen to the abdomen using what he called the cylinder.Later he renamed it the stethoscope.And that is how stethoscope and auscultation was born.So within a few years, in the late 1800s, early 1900s,.

All of a sudden, the barber surgeon had given way to the physician who was trying to make a diagnosis.If you'll recall, prior to that time, no matter what ailed you, you went to see the barber surgeon who wound up cupping you, bleeding you, purging you.And, oh yes, if you wanted, he would give you a haircut short on the sides, long in the back and pull your tooth while he was at it.He made no attempt at diagnosis.In fact, some of you might well know.

That the barber pole, the red and white stripes, represents the blood bandages of the barber surgeon, and the receptacles on either end represent the pots in which the blood was collected.But the arrival of auscultation and percussion represented a sea change, a moment when physicians were beginning to look inside the body.And this particular painting, i think, represents the pinnacle, the peak, of that clinical era.This is a very famous painting the by luke fildes.Luke fildes was commissioned to paint this by tate, who then established the tate gallery.

And tate asked fildes to paint a painting of social importance.And it's interesting that fildes picked this topic.Fildes' oldest son, philip, died at the age of nine on christmas eve after a brief illness.And fildes was so taken by the physician who held vigil at the bedside for two, three nights, that he decided that he would try and depict the physician in our time almost a tribute to this physician.And hence the painting the , a very famous painting.It's been on calendars, postage stamps in many different countries.

I've often wondered, what would fildes have done had he been asked to paint this painting in the modern era, in the year 2011 would he have substituted a computer screen for where he had the patient i've gotten into some trouble in silicon valley for saying that the patient in the bed has almost become an icon for the real patient who's in the computer.I've actually coined a term for that entity in the computer.I call it the ipatient.The ipatient is getting wonderful care all across america.

The real patient often wonders, where is everyone when are they going to come by and explain things to me who's in charge there's a real disjunction between the patient's perception and our own perceptions as physicians of the best medical care.I want to show you a picture of what rounds looked like when i was in training.The focus was around the patient.We went from bed to bed.The attending physician was in charge.Too often these days, rounds look very much like this, where the discussion is taking place.

In a room far away from the patient.The discussion is all about images on the computer, data.And the one critical piece missing is that of the patient.Now i've been influenced in this thinking by two anecdotes that i want to share with you.One had to do with a friend of mine who had a breast cancer, had a small breast cancer detected had her lumpectomy in the town in which i lived.This is when i was in texas.And she then spent a lot of time researching.

To find the best cancer center in the world to get her subsequent care.And she found the place and decided to go there, went there.Which is why i was surprised a few months later to see her back in our own town, getting her subsequent care with her private oncologist.And i pressed her, and i asked her, why did you come back and get your care here and she was reluctant to tell me.She said, the cancer center was wonderful.It had a beautiful facility, giant atrium, valet parking,.

A piano that played itself, a concierge that took you around from here to there.But, she said, but they did not touch my breasts.Now you and i could argue that they probably did not need to touch her breasts.They had her scanned inside out.They understood her breast cancer at the molecular level they had no need to touch her breasts.But to her, it mattered deeply.It was enough for her to make the decision to get her subsequent care with her private oncologist who, every time she went,.

Examined both breasts including the axillary tail, examined her axilla carefully, examined her cervical region, her inguinal region, did a thorough exam.And to her, that spoke of a kind of attentiveness that she needed.I was very influenced by that anecdote.I was also influenced by another experience that i had, again, when i was in texas, before i moved to stanford.I had a reputation as being interested in patients with chronic fatigue.This is not a reputation you would wish on your worst enemy.I say that because these are difficult patients.

They have often been rejected by their families, have had bad experiences with medical care and they come to you fully prepared for you to join the long list of people who's about to disappoint them.And i learned very early on with my first patient that i could not do justice to this very complicated patient with all the records they were bringing in a new patient visit of 45 minutes.There was just no way.And if i tried, i'd disappoint them.And so i hit on this method.

Where i invited the patient to tell me the story for their entire first visit, and i tried not to interrupt them.We know the average american physician interrupts their patient in 14 seconds.And if i ever get to heaven, it will be because i held my piece for 45 minutes and did not interrupt my patient.I then scheduled the physical exam for two weeks hence, and when the patient came for the physical, i was able to do a thorough physical, because i had nothing else to do.

I like to think that i do a thorough physical exam, but because the whole visit was now about the physical, i could do an extraordinarily thorough exam.And i remember my very first patient in that series continued to tell me more history during what was meant to be the physical exam visit.And i began my ritual.I always begin with the pulse, then i examine the hands, then i look at the nail beds, then i slide my hand up to the epitrochlear node, and i was into my ritual.

And when my ritual began, this very voluble patient began to quiet down.And i remember having a very eerie sense that the patient and i had slipped back into a primitive ritual in which i had a role and the patient had a role.And when i was done, the patient said to me with some awe, i have never been examined like this before.Now if that were true, it's a true condemnation of our health care system, because they had been seen in other places.I then proceeded to tell the patient,.

Once the patient was dressed, the standard things that the person must have heard in other institutions, which is, this is not in your head.This is real.The good news, it's not cancer, it's not tuberculosis, it's not coccidioidomycosis or some obscure fungal infection.The bad news is we don't know exactly what's causing this, but here's what you should do, here's what we should do.And i would lay out all the standard treatment options that the patient had heard elsewhere.And i always felt that if my patient gave up the quest.

For the magic , the magic treatment and began with me on a course towards wellness, it was because i had earned the right to tell them these things by virtue of the examination.Something of importance had transpired in the exchange.I took this to my colleagues at stanford in anthropology and told them the same story.And they immediately said to me, well you are describing a classic ritual.And they helped me understand that rituals are all about transformation.We marry, for example, with great pomp and ceremony and expense.

To signal our departure from a life of solitude and misery and loneliness to one of eternal bliss.I'm not sure why you're laughing.That was the original intent, was it not we signal transitions of power with rituals.We signal the passage of a life with rituals.Rituals are terribly important.They're all about transformation.Well i would submit to you that the ritual of one individual coming to another and telling them things that they would not tell their preacher or rabbi, and then, incredibly on top of that,.

Disrobing and allowing touch i would submit to you that that is a ritual of exceeding importance.And if you shortchange that ritual by not undressing the patient, by listening with your stethoscope on top of the nightgown, by not doing a complete exam, you have bypassed on the opportunity to seal the patientphysician relationship.I am a writer, and i want to close by reading you a short passage that i wrote that has to do very much with this scene.I'm an infectious disease physician, and in the early days of hiv, before we had our medications,.

I presided over so many scenes like this.I remember, every time i went to a patient's deathbed, whether in the hospital or at home, i remember my sense of failure the feeling of i don't know what i have to say i don't know what i can say i don't know what i'm supposed to do.And out of that sense of failure, i remember, i would always examine the patient.I would pull down the eyelids.I would look at the tongue.I would percuss the chest.I would listen to the heart.

I would feel the abdomen.I remember so many patients, their names still vivid on my tongue, their faces still so clear.I remember so many huge, hollowed out, haunted eyes staring up at me as i performed this ritual.And then the next day, i would come, and i would do it again.And i wanted to read you this one closing passage about one patient.I recall one patient who was at that point no more than a skeleton encased in shrinking skin, unable to speak, his mouth crusted with candida.

That was resistant to the usual medications.When he saw me on what turned out to be his last hours on this earth, his hands moved as if in slow motion.And as i wondered what he was up to, his stick fingers made their way up to his pajama shirt, fumbling with his buttons.I realized that he was wanting to expose his wickerbasket chest to me.It was an offering, an invitation.I did not decline.I percussed.I palpated.I listened to the chest.I think he surely must have known by then.

That it was vital for me just as it was necessary for him.Neither of us could skip this ritual, which had nothing to do with detecting rales in the lung, or finding the gallop rhythm of heart failure.No, this ritual was about the one message that physicians have needed to convey to their patients.Although, god knows, of late, in our hubris, we seem to have drifted away.We seem to have forgotten as though, with the explosion of knowledge, the whole human genome mapped out at our feet,.

How to Cure an Ear Infection Fast

Hey guys, Axe here, of functional medicine and nutritionist.Today, i'm going to share with you how to cure an ear infection fast.I know ear infections, whether it be adults or more commonly in children, are something that.We don't want children living with that pain, dealing with that issue, but we also want to be all natural in that treatment and really help support their body in healing in the correct way.There are four things you can do to help heal an ear infection fast, and.

There are four terrific home remedies that you want to consider.The first thing you want to do, and you want to do internally in the ear, is doing garlic oil.You can buy garlic oil at almost any health food store.Garlic actually has natural antiviral properties, and the majority of the time when a child has an ear infection, it is a virus, not usually a bacteria.This is why antibiotics are completely ineffective against ear infections.In fact, if you go to your primary care physician and they recommend an antibiotic for an ear infection, i would.

Consider if you should use that or not.Because they really probably don't know what they're doing, unfortunately, because most ear infections are viral.Again, garlic oil, a few drops in the ear is an effective treatment.The second thing you want to be doing is taking something called tea tree oil, also known as melaleuca, not putting that in the ear but rubbing it all around the outside of the ear.Tea tree oil has powerful antiseptic properties.It's been used for hundreds of years for the natural treatments of wounds and infections.

Again, i would do tea tree oil a few drops.You can mix it with a little coconut oil as well.Rub it all over the ear and all around the ear area.Tea tree oil, also known as melaleuca, is a very, very effective natural treatment.The third treatment is actually chiropractic care.Chiropractic has been shown to be very, very effective in the treatment of ear infections.What can happen is the spine can misalign in the upper neck, and that can actually affect the way the body heals and those nerve signals.

Getting from the brain to that area and just affect the overall healing.We've actually seen.Bring your child to a wellness or a pediatric chiropractor.They can do a very light manual adjustment to the child.Often sometimes they even just do some light tapping or use an instrument.That can actually heal an ear infection quickly as well.Last but not least, you've got to get to the root cause of what is causing the ear infection in the first place.One of the most common things is food sensitivities.If your child.

Is allergic to gluten, to certain things like lactose or casein in dairy, to nuts, to citrus, to a load of things, that is actually one of the biggest causes of ear infection today.What i would consider doing is getting your child what's called an i.G.G.Food sensitivity test and actually getting them tested for food allergies, food sensitivities, or food intolerances.That's one of the big things to look for.You can get those tests done.They're fairly inexpensive.Or, if you don't want to do that, then just really watch and listen to their body.Notice if they're consuming certain.

Types of conventional cow's milk or gluten that can cause the ear infections.But just in general for almost everybody out there, if your child is getting ear infections, you should get them off gluten and off conventional cow's milk.If they want to do a little bit of goat's milk yogurt, or something like that, or goat's cheese, most kids do fine with that form of dairy.Again, the conventional cow's milk, the gluten in grain products, those are probably the two biggest culprits when it comes to causing ear infections.

Again, remember those four things if you want to help remedy your child's ear infections.Number one, garlic oil, number two, tea tree oil, number three, chiropractic care and number four, address those food allergies.If you do that, i think you're going to find that those ear infections don't come back in the first place and that they will heal very quickly.Hey, if you want to learn more about these natural tips on how to heal your body, you can subscribe to our youtube page here.Again, we encourage you to subscribe.

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