This week Dr. Jack and Mary cover a myriad of different acute conditions we all face, but rarely deal with in the safest, most effective manner.
From fevers, stomach pain, and topicals burns, to gall bladder pain and depression, and many others, doctors often prescribe pain killers, antacids, antibiotics; basically a perfect collection of what not to do.
Instead of leaning on the lazy conventional wisdom of the medical establishment, tune in to learn some insightful, forbidden remedies for common, but acute conditions we are all bound to face at one point or another. You’ll be happy you did!
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8 thoughts on “161: Acute Problems – What To Do When You Do Not Know What To Do”
I see several liquid echinacea in your products. Which one were you referring to in this Acute podcast? Thank you!
Use Echinacea Premium Blend for the general support we mentioned. Thanks for your interest!
Loved the podcast, and Mary said she would post a list of the alternatives. How can I find this list?
Hi Jana! It’s the Alternative Medicine Cabinet link above, just below the podcast itself. Hope that helps. Thanks for your interest!
I’m sorry, but I don’t see it.
I found it.
Great podcast! Curious as to why the supplements recommended in it for sore throat and heartburn are not all listed on the handout for the Standard Alternative Medicine Chest?
You know, they SHOULD be. But there was such a space constraint that somehow those two very important, especially heartburn, symptoms got ignored.
Also, those can be somewhat complicated protocols. We do have immune support on there, but not specifically sore throat. I would add herbal throat spray for that, powdered calcium lactate on an empty stomach, and astragalus. Heartburn is, or can be, very complicated. We have protocols on each, on our website, but if I get time, I will try to add them into the alternative medicine chest hand out.