Author: Dawn Scott

How to Cure Candida

Disclaimer: Consult with a doctor before deciding on a treatment plan for cancer or any other disease. We’ve included links below to products that have a reputation for being of high-quality and appropriate for holistic cancer treatment. These affiliate links help fund this web site and keep it going. The thing about candida and yeast infections that everyone should know and understand is that this disease is related to cancer. This is a scary statement. The kind of declaration that might make people want to click over to a different page. But don’t. Cancer is curable and therefore candidiasis is also curable.   The relationships between cancer and candida starts with something called a “somatid”. Somatids are tiny little specks that are only visible using dark-field microscopy. Normally, in a human body that has an alkalinity level of 7.3 or above, they go through a 4 stage life-cycle that stimulates the immune system. But unfortunately, most people’s bodies are acidic because the food they eat contains a lot of refined substances like sugar, animal products, or refined flours. As a result of a chronic low/acidic pH, the harmless-beneficial somatids move beyond their normal 4-stage cycles into an entirely different cycle of evolution that includes between 16 and 64 different stages. One of these stages of development is candida albicans.   So the development of candida begins with pH, which is...

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A Bedwetting Cure That Really Works

Recently, a 14-year old young man came to live us. He’s been wetting the bed since he was born and his mom told me that he was really embarrassed about it. A few years ago, our family took a trip to Alaska and brought my daughter’s friend along with us. The friend was 13 years old. On the way there, she wet the bed. She was embarrassed about it, but told us it was normal and that it “happened to her sometimes”.   More teenagers than you’d think wet the bed apparently. In fact, 2.5% of all college students still wet the bed! When this 14-year old came to live with us, I was determined to figure out the problem for him once and for all. Was it his diet? His sleep schedule? I started doing research and I found a book called It’s No Accident: Breathrough Solutions To Your Child’s Wetting, Constipation, UTI’s, And Other Potty Problems by Steve J. Hodges and Suzanne Schlosberg. The book was amazing. The information in the book was presented by a urologist and it made a lot of sense to me. This man says that the cure for bedwetting and chronic UTI’s was discovered decades ago.   Basically, the problem is anatomical. Kids often don’t use the bathroom as often as they should when they’re young, so they hold their poop. And...

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Ritalin and ADHD: What Every Parent Should Know

Parents are under a lot of pressure to make sure their kids perform according to the rules in schools. Teachers are under a lot of pressure to make sure the kids in their classes perform well on standardized tests. School administrators are under a lot of pressure to make sure the school is properly funded. And kids? Kids receive the brunt of all this pressure.   So what’s the solution to this problem? It’s a big, complex problem so the answers are likely to be similarly big and complex. While there are plenty of people who would like to solve it, few of these people are in a position to make changes that will truly make an impact on the big picture. But one powerful force in U.S. culture that has a band-aid for everything is Big Pharma and the school systems are no exception. Enter Ritalin, a central nervous system stimulant that makes kids more docile and obedient.   I have trouble with the idea of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). I’ll admit that. I’ve worked with kids in classroom settings and I can tell you that I’ve been glad that some of them were “medicated” with Ritalin before they showed up for class. Their behaviors were truly disruptive and they stole attention from the kids were better able to pay attention to the instructor. I’m aware of...

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Should Your Child Take Ritalin?

Recently, my husband and I agreed to take in a 14 year old boy, Jason, from the United States who’d been struggling in school. His dad was “abusive” and his mom felt strongly that if he were in a different environment, he’d be able to emotionally calm down and focus. We were going to homeschool him in Mexico where we live.   Before he came to live with us in Mexico, we had a number of Skype meeting with him. His mom withdrew him from public school in December and his passport wasn’t scheduled to arrive until February 6th. So John and I worked with him through January doing online meetings and sending him videos and articles to read in the meantime. Often, he complained that he couldn’t watch the videos because they weren’t available or his Internet was down. His mom complained that Jason didn’t finish his chores. He’d vacuum the floor, but then he’d leave the vacuum cleaner sitting in the middle of the room. He’d wash half the dishes and the half that he’d washed were washed halfway. He’d do the laundry, but then throw it down the stairs instead of folding it. Given the problem of abuse in his home, I was undaunted by these reports. They made sense to me. I looked forward to being able to give this kid a quiet environment and...

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Can Entheogens Cure Addiction and PTSD?

Several months ago, I spent some time researching and watching people take entheogens to cure a variety of issues. In a narrow alley in a city in Mexico, I waited with a young man named Othello. He was waiting for Matt, a man who administers Sapito (a substance derived from a certain type of toad) to arrive. Matt is not a shaman and he had only a little bit of training administering Sapito, but Othello hoped this substance would help him stave off cravings for methamphetamines. As we waited, I asked him questions.   “How long were you addicted to meth?”   “Five years.” He told me.   “Why did you choose Sapito instead of Ibogaine for your meth addiction?”   “Because Sapito is cheaper. And it works okay, but I’m addicted to Mexican meth.” He said. “I feel sorry for the people up north.” Othello inhaled smoke from his cigarette and squinted at me as he exhaled. “The meth is a lot stronger up there.”   This was news to me. I’d never considered the possibility that the best meth is imported into the states while Mexicans get the lower quality stuff. Paradoxically, Mexicans might actually be lucky to have lower access to high quality street drugs. But Othello went on to talk about how Sapito helped him manage his cravings for meth. It gives him insight, he...

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