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    From: Lynn Davis
    To: homeopathy@homeolist.com
    Subject: Diabetes


    Hello,

    Does anyone have any knowledge about how to treat borderline diabetes? Diabetes runs in my family but I don't have the disease but I sure do have issues with sugar. Since cancer, TB, syphyllis etc are miasms I was wondering if this falls under a miasm? I was also thinking that a homeopathic rememdy of table sugar may work but I'd like some input before I go experimenting on myself. The obvious solution is dietary control but I always like to get to the bottom if an issue to clear it out.

    Thanks in advance,

    Lynn Davis

  • #2
    From: Sheri Nakken
    Subject: Re: Diabetes

    The best, in my opinion, is to see a homeopath for constitutional treatment.

    I'm currently treating a borderline child and having success so far.

    There is no one answer for everyone, sorry to say. The right remedy for
    your total symptom picture is what will help you.

    Sheri

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    • #3
      From: merrilee coblenz
      Subject: Re: [H] Diabetes



      A few days ago Sheri Naken posted a very interesting article about diabetes - diet related, omega's and various oils being the stressed culprits. It is in my mind connected to the Tub miasm, though the vaccines and merc. toxicity issues can play a huge part. Being hereditory, in your case, diet will assist in control. Saccharum Offic. (cane sugar) has a full proving but probably only useful in later diabetes pathology when the eye is involved, Glycerinum (glycerine - a sugar from amnimal fats) is also a remedy with a full picture which covers diabetes, no experimenting necessary :-). It needs to be treated along the lines of a chronic illness taking the whole picture.

      merrilee

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      • #4
        From: Sheri Nakken
        Subject: Our Deadly Diabetes Deception



        FYI.........

        http://www.whale.to/a/smith.html

        Our Deadly Diabetes Deception

        Greed and dishonest science have promoted a lucrative worldwide epidemic of
        diabetes that honesty and good science can quickly reverse by naturally
        restoring the body's blood-sugar control mechanism.

        Extracted from Nexus Magazine, Volume 11, Number 4 (June-July 2004)
        PO Box 30, Mapleton Qld 4560 Australia.
        Telephone: +61 (0)7 5442 9280; Fax: +61 (0)7 5442 9381

        >From our web page at: www.nexusmagazine.com by Thomas Smith 2004

        PO Box 7685
        Loveland, CO 80537 USA
        Website: http://www.Healingmatters.com

        Introduction
        The Diabetes Industry
        Diabetes History
        Cure versus Treatment
        The Commercial Value of Symptoms
        Epidemiological Lifestyle Link
        The Nature of the Disease
        Orthodox Medical Treatment
        Alternative Medical Treatment
        Recovery Time
        About the Author
        Endnotes

        Introduction

        If you are an American diabetic, your physician will never tell you that
        most cases of diabetes are curable. In fact, if you even mention the "cure"
        word around him, he will likely become upset and irrational. His medical
        school training only allows him to respond to the word "treatment". For
        him, the "cure" word does not exist. Diabetes, in its modern epidemic form,
        is a curable disease and has been for at least 40 years. In 2001, the most
        recent year for which US figures are posted, 934,550 Americans died from
        out-of-control symptoms of this disease.1

        Your physician will also never tell you that, at one time, strokes, both
        ischaemic and haemorrhagic, heart failure due to neuropathy as well as both
        ischaemic and haemorrhagic coronary events, obesity, atherosclerosis,
        elevated blood pressure, elevated cholesterol, elevated triglycerides,
        impotence, retinopathy, renal failure, liver failure, polycystic ovary
        syndrome, elevated blood sugar, systemic candida, impaired carbohydrate
        metabolism, poor wound healing, impaired fat metabolism, peripheral
        neuropathy as well as many more of today's disgraceful epidemic disorders
        were once well understood often to be but symptoms of diabetes.

        If you contract diabetes and depend upon orthodox medical treatment, sooner
        or later you will experience one or more of its symptoms as the disease
        rapidly worsens. It is now common practice to refer to these symptoms as if
        they were separable, independent diseases with separate, unrelated
        treatments provided by competing medical specialists.

        It is true that many of these symptoms can and sometimes do result from
        other causes; however, it is also true that this fact has been used to
        disguise the causative role of diabetes and to justify expensive,
        ineffective treatments for these symptoms.

        Epidemic Type II diabetes is curable. By the time you get to the end of
        this article, you are going to know that. You're going to know why it isn't
        routinely being cured. And, you're going to know how to cure it. You are
        also probably going to be angry at what a handful of greedy people have
        surreptitiously done to the entire orthodox medical community and to its
        trusting patients.

        The Diabetes Industry

        Today's diabetes industry is a massive community that has grown step by
        step from its dubious origins in the early 20th century. In the last 80
        years it has become enormously successful at shutting out competitive
        voices that attempt to point out the fraud involved in modern diabetes
        treatment. It has matured into a religion. And, like all religions, it
        depends heavily upon the faith of the believer. So successful has it become
        that it verges on blasphemy to suggest that, in most cases, the kindly high
        priest with the stethoscope draped prominently around his neck is a
        charlatan and a fraud. In the large majority of cases, he has never cured a
        single case of diabetes in his entire medical career.

        The financial and political influence of this medical community has almost
        totally subverted the original intent of our regulatory agencies. They
        routinely approve death-dealing, ineffective drugs with insufficient
        testing. Former commissioner of the FDA, Dr Herbert Ley, in testimony
        before a US Senate hearing, commented: "People think the FDA is protecting
        them. It isn't. What the FDA is doing and what the public thinks it's doing
        are as different as night and day."2


        more at website - TOO LONG FOR the list

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        • #5
          From: RobinMcKinley
          Subject: Re: Diabetes



          > A few days ago Sheri Naken posted a very interesting article about
          > diabetes - diet related, omega's and various oils being the stressed culprits

          I haven't read this yet (I will, I will, she gasps), but have you
          (general-list-member-you) read about the new theory that suggests that skin cancer 'from the sun' also has more to do with a too-low level of the right omega oils?
          The *demonisation* of sunlight in the last twenty (?) or so years has seemed to
          me perverse; sunlight is also GOOD for you, and the chemicals in the sun
          blocks are also, probably, BAD. I hope the oily theory is right.

          Robin

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          • #6
            From: tnewman
            Subject: Re: Diabetes



            Wow. I hadn't thought of it that way. (My thinking is still rooted in allopathic medicine - it's a slow process to change over.) But that makes a lot of sense. I mean, we were meant to be outside all day hunting and gathering, were we not? So why didn't all the prehistoric people die of skin cancer?

            Interesting.

            Tracy

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            • #7
              From: Chris Newenham
              Subject: Re: Diabetes



              In New Zealand they say we get a hole in the ozone layer at certain times of the year. The ozone filters harmful rays and when this hole is over our country we are exposed to much greater doses than we should be. This is all due to global pollution, not around back then.

              Cheers,
              Chris

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              • #8
                From: David Hartley
                Subject: RE: Diabetes


                I've heard from several sources that it is now thought that sunburn in
                early childhood is the largest single causation of skin cancer
                (NOTE: this is not homeopathic thought on causastion; it would be
                interesting to know what percentages of the cases in this data-set were
                mixed-miasm)

                www.google.com/search?as_q=%22skin+cancer%22+exposure+childhood&n um=100&
                hl=en

                "British people should get out in the sun and not cover up for health
                reasons"
                http://www.news-medical.net/print_article.asp?print=yes&id=3071

                Have been hearing for years that TFA's (trans fatty acids) are major
                culprits (mutagenic) -whereas wholesome minimally processed oils, which
                are not subjected to high temperatures are generally quite good as
                healthy foods. Oils high in Omega 3 are thought to be an important
                component of healthy diet, which may preclude development of cancers.
                http://www.google.com/search?as_q=cancer+omega&num=100&hl=en


                David Hartley

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                • #9
                  Subject: Re: Diabetes
                  From: Bob&Shannon



                  I think the issue wasn't just any sunburn, but blistered burns? (Tho I'm
                  sure any sunburn isn't helpful!)

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                  • #10
                    So why didn't all the prehistoric people die of skin cancer?
                    Because prehistoric man ate grass fed meat instead of grain fed meat. Grass fed meat has many, mnay times more omega 3 fatty acids and conjugated linoleic acid than does grain fed meat.
                    Shirley Reischman

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                    • #11
                      I think there can be several ? marks esp. in pre-diabetic & insulin resistance cases. GI tract pH imbalances( may be base side) seems to be some relation in correcting/complicating these conditions.
                      Homeopathic & Biochemic system existed because Drs.Hahnemann & Schuessler thought differently.
                      Successful people don't do different things, they do things differently..Shiv Khera

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                      • #12
                        Moreover, if there is no weight loss or gain weght, central obesity, excess lipids, CHF, HBP, other heart/CV diseases etc.(study hyperinsulinemia), then there can be chance of excess insulin in blood, induced or natural. Perfect balance of insulin in system seems to be must, in controlling high blood sugar(persistant), Insulin resistance, some type 2 & pre-diabetic conditions. Higher levels of insulin in system/blood seems to be much harmful--which may usually be mistaken in medication prescribing leading to many aoidable complications. Persistent high blood levels seems to get controled on correction to correct/balanced medicines(not excess), on reversal of digestive symptoms--excess appetite to no or less hunger, just reversal of choices in desire of food types, bitter taste, contipation/unclear motions to diarrhea'cleat motions..etc. It seems to be related to some bile/alkaline reflux/proper secretions from the previous high stomach acid.
                        Homeopathic & Biochemic system existed because Drs.Hahnemann & Schuessler thought differently.
                        Successful people don't do different things, they do things differently..Shiv Khera

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                        • #13
                          Re: Diabetes

                          This is a slightly different issue, though, isn't it? It's like because
                          there is or may be a hole in the ozone layer that may or may not be letting in
                          dangerous radiation (I haven't read about this enough to have an informed
                          opinion, and I'm automatically suspicious of the standard media version of the
                          truth), THEREFORE YOU MUSTN'T EVER GO OUTDOORS AT ALL WITHOUT PUTTING ON SUN CREAM
                          EVERY TEN MINUTES. It's a bit similar to the demonisation of cholesterol,
                          which they're now sort of surreptitiously and foot-shufflingly changing their
                          minds about too. But de-demonisation is never such good copy.

                          If I lived in Oz or New Z I'd be extra careful, just in case, yes.

                          Robin
                          Last edited by jonh; 16th August 2004, 11:20 AM.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Diabetes

                            > I think the issue wasn't just any sunburn, but blistered burns? (Tho I'm
                            > sure any sunburn isn't helpful!)


                            I've read both/either. Since I'm the sort of pasty-face that stays
                            maggot-white till I turn bright crispy red, which happened a few times when I was a
                            kid, this has been an ongoing interest. So far so good is all I can say . . . :)

                            Robin
                            Last edited by jonh; 16th August 2004, 11:20 AM.

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                            • #15
                              Re: Diabetes

                              > I was also thinking that a homeopathic rememdy of table sugar may work but
                              > I'd like some input before I go experimenting on myself.


                              I agree with the other people who've said you should get yourself to a
                              homeopath to do a full case, but my first thought too is to do my own research and
                              *then* see what the homeopath says (and then go home and read up on *that*).
                              So do you know Melissa Anana Assilem's THE MAD HATTERS' TEA PARTY? It's got a
                              very interesting chapter on sugar.

                              Robin
                              Last edited by jonh; 16th August 2004, 11:22 AM.

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