Monthly Archives: May 2013

Fell on trampoline and hurt lower back

In response. I talked about falling backwards with the back hitting the canvas of the trampoline on impact after slipping on the canvas. In case the fall on the trampoline was face down on the canvas at impact, there will … Continue reading

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Can garlic treat gangrene?

In response. If you use a peeled clove of raw garlic and cut it in half, and then rub the moist cross section on the open wound or the itchy part between the toes, you will feel extreme burning and … Continue reading

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Twisted ankle

A young man was playing soccer in a gravel covered field. He stepped on some small pebbles, slipped, his left ankle twisted and he fell. The ankle and the top of the foot became swollen. There was ankle pain when … Continue reading

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White flakes in socks

In response. White flakes in socks, white flakes on bed sheets, white flakes on towels after wiping or scrubbing the itchy area between the toes are all dried skin flakes of dead skin cells that come from athlete’s foot. As … Continue reading

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Severe joint pain caused by mosquito bite

In response. Severe joint pain caused by mosquito bite would indicate that the bite has affected the nerves in the joint. For example, if the mosquito bite has pierced the skin and hit the nerves directly. Check to see if … Continue reading

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Broken wrist, fingers purple

In response. The broken wrist has hindered and blocked the normal blood flow and circulation to the fingers. Dead blood and dying blood are accumulating in the fingers, making the fingers purple. Try to get rid of the purple in … Continue reading

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Why do my calves hurt after jumping on the trampoline?

In response. If the lower leg muscles are tight, the nerves of the lower leg become more sensitive to any type of impact. When one lands on the canvas of a trampoline with tight lower leg muscles, this increased sensitivity … Continue reading

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Legs get large and tight after sitting

In response. General swelling of the legs after sitting may be due to edema and poor circulation in the legs. General tightening of the legs after sitting is due to the tightening of the leg muscles to preserve oxygen and … Continue reading

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When lips start drooping, what to do?

In response. There are many reasons that can cause drooping lips, including a combination of high blood pressure and diabetes medications, a CVA or cerebrovascular accident, brain tumor, a mini-stroke, a micro-stroke, extreme anger, poisoning from metallic, chemical, bacterial contaminants, … Continue reading

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Ankle locks up

In response. Ankles lock up because of edema in the ankles. A twisted ankle will also lock up. For example, if one drives a luxury automatic transmission vehicle long distance, the right leg and foot are kept rigid, the left … Continue reading

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