Bladder Pain Syndrome and Interstitial Cystitis and

If you know of someone with this condition, you can be sure that their lives are totally centered around where all the toilets are—even when taking short trips. Interstitial cystitis is defined as recurring pain or discomfort in the bladder and surrounding pelvic (perianal) regions in both men but mostly women over the age of 30. This condition is a sign of a toxic body and is often associated with other inflammatory conditions such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Fibromyalgia. Interstitial Cystitis causes scarring and stiffness of the bladder which affects the nerves in that area that signal the need to urinate. Some people with this condition have been known to need to use the bathroom up to 60 times within a 24 hour period—as you can imagine this interferes greatly with any social, work and sexual intimacy situations.


If we were to have discovered the nightshades in today’s world, the FDA would have a law against eating them because they are too high in acetylcholinesterase inhibitors which is the substance solanaceous plants contain that negatively affects our nervous systems. . .People with the following diseases often find that eating nightshades makes their symptoms worse: Arthritis, Asthma (especially evident during sleep), Eczema and Psoriasis, Smokers (those trying to quit may have better luck detoxing by eliminating nightshades), Cystitis and interstitial cystitis, Lupus, and People who are receiving chemotherapy.


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Visceral Manipulation

A visceral manipulator uses rhythmic motions on the outside of the body to release scars, stagnation, tissue stickiness and other soft tissue disruptions from underlying subcutaneous tissues. Manual visceral manipulations can gently assist the inside tissues to stretch and pop away from the other internal organs they are attached to. Like cranio-sacral work, practitioners are taught that the delicate and often highly reactive nature of the visceral tissues need only gentle force in just the right places to obtain greatest results. The practitioner of this art is trained to feel subtle differences in heat given off in the affected areas and can feel abnormalities of the body pulses and movements of the internal organs. Structural imbalances of the muscles, skeleton, vessels, nerves, lymph and internal organs are assisted and manipulated by gently applying pressure to certain areas of the body which increases the communication between organs. Too much pressure can cause further injury and disruption. The manipulations allow body parts that are not working appropriately to move back into correct movement . . .


Historically onions were used for allergies, worms, boils, diarrhea, frostbite, urinary incontinence, warts and more. In general, when you’re choosing onions in the store, the best ones will be firm, have a crackly outer skin, and have no scent or just a mild scent. Stronger scented onions are an indication that the onion is starting to spoil. Avoid onions with dark spots or mold.