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 Posted 4/24/2012 8:06:23 AM


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I was diagnosed with Hep C about one year ago, and immediately began searching for a cure. I have no insurance to cover the interferon, (I refuse to take it anyway) so I began searching for an affordable cure. I tried the MMS first, and was about to start the MMS2 (calcium hypochlorite used in swimming pools) but, just never bought the stuff. Then, I read about BHT food preservative, purchased one pound of it, and have just swallowed my very first dose of BHT. (4/24/12 @ 9:30 A.M.) I had a viral load test performed on my blood about 4 months ago. My Hep C viral load was 875,000. I am very happy of this low count, since less than a million is considered "not bad" Well, it's bad enough for me, I have the "shakes" and some fatigue. I've lost about 20 pounds since I've made drastic changes in my diet. This seems to be holding. My weight is now 180lbs. I'm 6'1" and am pretty skinny. 
  One interesting thing is that for the last 3 days, I've been feeling like I had a kidney stone bothering me. 50 minutes after taking the BHT, I passed a stone. I feel perfectly fine now, in regards to that problem. I don't know if the BHT had anything to do with the passing of the stone, it may just be a coincidence.
    Kidney stones landed me in the hospital a year ago, where they found that I had an enlarged Liver. The next doctor told me that I'd had Hep C for "20" years, and serious cirrhosis of the liver.  At that time, it had been almost exactly 21 years since I was in a salvation army tent  hospital, where I received blood tainted with the hep c virus. (St. Croix U.S.V.I. after Hurricane Hugo in 1989) No proof, it just all adds up. I never have used illegal drugs, (shared needles) and, that's about the only other way to get the virus. It, also, is the only time I've ever received blood for anything. SO, now, I feel like I'm on a road to recovery! 
   If you want to know more about BHT and HEP C you can google "earthclinic bht hep c" and you'll get to the earthclinic site, where you will find a LONG thread of BHT results moderated by Oscar.  
   I have decided that BHT is the very best possibility of recovery. I look forward to learning from the posts on this web-site. My results will be made available for all to see.
   If anyone else has used BHT, I'd sure like to hear about your experience!
Blessings to All ! ! 

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 Posted 4/26/2012 5:47:52 PM


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About the kidney stones.

It is estimated that 1 in every 1,000 adults is hospitalized with kidney stones each year and 60% of those will have another stone episode within 7 years. Symptoms include pain in the middle back, which radiates around the stomach toward the genitalia, increased urine, which may contain blood or pus, nausea and vomiting. Urinary tract infections may be caused by lodged stones that accumulate bacteria causing the infection.

CAUSE? Diet for the most part, as in most disease is the principle culprit in the formation of kidney stones. One study of 241 male kidney stone patients found that they all had a few things in common. They all had very low amounts of magnesium in their diet and they all ate large meals consisting of animal protein at dinnertime and late in the evening.
Too little potassium along with not enough fruits and vegetables cause the minerals in the urine to precipitate into stones. Consumption of soft drinks (heavy in phosphoric acid) also encourages the recurrence of kidney stones in some persons.

SOLUTION? Magnesium and B6. Magnesium is reknowned for its calcium channel blocking effect and has been shown to reduce the formation of stones by reducing the calcium oxalate in the blood that makes up the stones. In Japan researchers found that in certain basalt rich areas of the country where the magnesium to calcium ratio was very high the incidence of kidney stones was almost non-existent. In limestone rich areas where the magnesium to calcium ratio was very low, residents had a high incidence of kidney stones.

Magnesium inhibits the formation of calcium-oxalate crystals in the urine. In one study 55 patients with recurrent kidney stones were given magnesium (magnesium hydroxide) daily for 4 years. Urinary magnesium excretion increased promptly and remained elevated during the entire study. The average number of stone episodes fell by 90%, and 85% of the patients remained stone free (compared to only 41% of the others who did not receive magnesium). According to the National Institutes of Health 80% of Americans are deficient in this essential mineral nutrient. Vitamin B6 prevents stones primarily through its effect on oxalate metabolism. Some individuals produce excess oxalate. Oxalate is manufactured in the body from the amino acid glycine and other compounds. B6 seems to correct that abnormality in the body. B vitamins are like an army. None individually area as strong as they are as a group. Always use them as a group for best effect. The [minerals] B complex is a water-soluble form of all the B vitamins with enough B6 to do the job.
The combined effect of vitamin B6 and magnesium was tested in a landmark study performed 25 years ago. 149 recurrent stone patients were given magnesium and B6 daily for 4.5-6 years. Before receiving this treatment these patients suffered an average of 1.3 stones per person per year. Stone formations fell to .1 per person per year, a 92.3% improvement!

OTHER HELPS Studies have shown that too little water intake can encourage the precipitation of calcium into stones. Chronic dehydration is one of the most common causes of kidney stone formation. Most feel 2 quarts a day with a little lemon juice added (cuts down on uric acid, a contributor to the stones) is sufficient. Defatted rice bran contains phytin, which binds to calcium in the intestine keeping it from becoming solid. Studies show this effect may be of benefit in preventing the recurrence of stones in people with too much of the wrong form of calcium. 10 grams per day of this fiber has been shown to diminish the amount of urinary calcium being excreted from the body which in turn has been shown to reduce the incidence of kidney stone formation.

The Influence Of Caffeine On Kidney Stones
Numerous dietary factors manipulate kidney stone formation for better and for worse. There are eatables that you are better off avoiding and there are others that must be incorporated in your diet. Caffeine, found in beverages such a tea, coffee and soft drinks, adds to the perilous threat of kidney stones. Caffeine acts as a stimulant to the human body.
It is found in different proportions in tealeaves, coffee beans, guarana berries, cocoa and more. Caffeine works to keep drowsiness at a bay and brings about alertness. Thus, it is the most popular and most-consumed psychotropic substance. The principal source of caffeine intake in humans is known to be coffee beans. A recent study has revealed that caffeine may put you at a risk of developing kidney stones. Therefore, if you are prone to kidney stones, coffee is best avoided or at least the daily intake must be reduced to no more than two small cups. The study was initially conducted on a group of people with a history of kidney stones. These patients were administered caffeine equivalent to that found in two cups of coffee. Urine tests conducted on these subjects revealed a considerable elevation in the calcium level, which is a precursor of kidney stone formation. A similar study conducted on subjects with no history of kidney stones produced similar results. These individuals were given caffeine with water. They had consumed nothing for the past 14 hours and urine tests had been conducted two hours prior to caffeine intake. Urine tests were carried out again after two hours of caffeine consumption.
The results showed that calcium levels in their urine were as high as in 30 participants with a history of kidney stones who had been subjected to the exact same test. Both groups also displayed elevated levels of sodium, magnesium and citrate. The results of this study were revealed in an interview with Reuters by Linda Massey, study leader at Washington State University in Spokane.
She concluded that excessive calcium and sodium in the urine hold risks of kidney stone formation. On the contrary, elevated levels of magnesium and citrate have desirable opposite results. Thus, regardless of whether you are prone to kidney stones or not, do restrict your daily caffeine intake and manage a regular ingestion of magnesium and citrate. This will help you stay kidney stone free.


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