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     A coconut husk mulch works great for growing aloe. Lots of sunshine fresh air rainwater and good drainage. Cut the leaf when the moon is waning for less bitterness and to be nicer to your plant. The flower is lovely! Blend inner gel with fresh lemon and white rind and local unheated honey to drink for lungs and constipation.  Do not drink if you are weak and ill. Apply gel to skin for sunburn. Do not..if you have serious reactions to anything. Aloe is fantastic..but Ive seen dangerous and awful reactions in a few from both and either topical/internal fresh plant "done right".

    Ive seen similar leaves used to reduce pain in cancer patients by slicing the leaf flatwise..making shallow crisscross. Cuts in the gel..and strapping it to the afflicted part.. aloe skinside out.

   I tried that drink! Its from some exotic fruit. I forget the name. Yes..tasted good!

I don't know if it really did anything for me, but aloe vera mixed with grapefruit juice is pretty good.

Also there's a health food store that sells a couple different ones. One of them is just straight up juice and it's tolerable but I suspect there's not much to it after the processing.

The other one I buy once in a while when I'm out and about and thirsty- it has a couple different juices and the aloe vera is all in pulp form- it's kinda weird to drink but tastes awesome and felt really amazing when I had a sore throat. So there may be something to it.

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General Discussion / Re: Raw Chicken
« on: August 17, 2012, 08:00:34 pm »
     I hope you enjoyed the holidays..and I'm glad you're getting back into health and are back here. Mid February I started on some family stuff..that's probably why I totally missed your reply.

Heh, a late reply, but I'm doing alright.  Been having some trouble with my raw diet, especially around Christmas, where I was eating cooked foods sometimes.. but I'm trying to get back on 100% raw, and I've been doing pretty good the passed few weeks. Haven't had any chicken since the one time I tried it though, lol, I prefer beef.

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General Discussion / Re: Raw Chicken
« on: August 17, 2012, 07:52:10 pm »
    You've probably heard of nitrite and nitrates as additives to hot dogs and bacon to persevere them in the plastic package so they'll basically never break down nor decompose through bacteria. Celery is a natural nitrite used by bacon and I think corned beef at Trader Joe's etc.  Probably why aajonus will say to drink your celery juice at least an hour apart if not two from your meat meal(s)..and he lumps chicken in as a meat. I know some believe only red meats are meat. I heard one woman teaching her kid that fish are flowers. My Mom made sure we ate some red meat every day in my formative years. That's how that generation was in the US.

I ate some raw chicken for first time recently. It was fine. I blended it with some celery - it made the most disgusting looking thing I've seen in a while, but it tasted good!

I've eaten some raw pheasant, too. I don't really like it, the texture of it or the flavour really. But I ate it and it made a meal.

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General Discussion / Re: Raw Chicken
« on: August 17, 2012, 07:46:44 pm »
Has anyone considered blood type as a factor? For instance with blood type B+ one of the only things they say to stay away from is chicken.

    I don't know if you actually tried the erfyt b diet..but I find with raw diet blood type recommendations to be quite different. Do you have a raw book on it? Does dadamo say you're a positive or nonsecretor?

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General Discussion / Re: What rawpalaeo foods are you eating right now?
« on: August 08, 2012, 01:12:21 am »
    Good luck with those floods GS!!

    I'm eating an organic nectarine, a raw pasture raised egg, a spoon of unheated honey with the rest of the cup raw grassfed unpasteurized and unhomogenized yellow local thick jersey colostrum.

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Health / Re: HELP! Pinky finger's deep cut
« on: August 07, 2012, 11:07:01 am »
...ask a woman who is currently menstruating to gather the leaves as her presence will wilt the plants...

    Wow. Thanks. I wonder why?

    I agree with everyone, she should have raised her arm. I had to recenty, I think it slowed the flow a little I think.

    I hope she feels better, and that your brother gets better too.

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Health / Re: The downside of raw paleo, tiredness?
« on: August 07, 2012, 10:26:54 am »
    :) Thanks, Cherimoya!

    I had a bad experience. A "friend" apparently ate my pets before (chickens/rabbits), like twenty years ago during my veg decades.  I liked them (the animals). He was not a Rawist person though. I guess I have nothing to be concerned of now.  We're definitely different.

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Health / Re: The downside of raw paleo, tiredness?
« on: August 07, 2012, 09:44:07 am »
Dear Rawzi, ur each and every posts are power house of knowledge. Glad to see u on RPD again

    Thank you, raw.  I got a bad piece of heart, nutrient deficient or something. It got me wondering if eating meat was worth it.  I tried fruit three weeks.  I tolerated bananas rather well stomach-wise, head etc.  I gained unneeded weight and I started to wrinkle etc.  I need to be healthy, and I find that easier here.

    I still like some things about veg-heads who do it for the animals.  I'm collecting farm animal pets.. and I'm not sure how well that will go over here.

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Health / Re: HELP! Pinky finger's deep cut
« on: August 05, 2012, 08:14:52 pm »
If she is nutritionally deficient and cannot clot, our first aid for clotting is kamote tops leaves. Drink 2x a day.

    Outside of the tropics you might not find camote tops so fast. They say AV would recommend taking savoy or other green or white cabbage and run it through the juice extractor for her to drink and get the clotting factor Vitamin K.

    GS, is it okay to use camote cut from any time of the month? We are just after full moon now, so I am assuming this is the best time for the leaves to be cut for the plant and its nutritents it provides for the nutritional deficiency? What kind of difference can it make for this camote recipe? It's like a Japanese sweet yam plant, right?

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Health / Re: The downside of raw paleo, tiredness?
« on: August 05, 2012, 03:41:27 pm »
    My bones are stronger.

    I can wake up. I was practically comatose for a while before RAFs.

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Health / Re: HELP! Pinky finger's deep cut
« on: August 05, 2012, 02:58:44 pm »
    I don't think there's any way her urine would do anything but good for her cut, unless perhaps she has a urinary tract infection.

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Health / Re: HELP! Pinky finger's deep cut
« on: August 05, 2012, 09:22:01 am »
putting powdered terramin in has stopped bleeding of deep puncture wounds in animals and stab wounds in sick people. wheatgrass pulp pultices changed very frequently has great success even on bone deep dog bite. put unheated honey on then dip fresh slice sirloin in honey lay on top and loosely bandage. keep somewhat fresh day and night all the time. bacitracin will allow suboptimal healing. antiseptic like betadine will destroy some flesh to scar. sew with upholstry needle. take out stitches gently and carefully. I am no doctor. this is just my personal experience.

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    Raw fruit only I had clear skin. Waterfasting my skin was clear but lost collagen. Ann Wigmore's livingfood lifestyle my blackheads went away. Regular raw vegan made me too sick. Primal Diet makes my skin healthy in every unimaginable way. Mixing it with a little cooked I got various bumps.

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General Discussion / Re: Coconut oil
« on: August 04, 2012, 10:17:51 am »
    aLptH, I think that Letseczema meant AV style pd coconut cream.

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Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: August 01, 2012, 10:11:22 pm »
Good thing, because I would hate to not be able to enjoy all of that cooked food, and being symptom free is getting super boring...said no one ever. ROFL!

    Of course I know the one person in the world who actually said they were bored of being symptom free with natural diet, so the person went back to candy-bars and the rest.  I have to laugh at me dealing with the people I've known outside this forum.  If they hear me laughing enough, they join in laughing too and then they laugh at them-self, which is healthy to do.

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General Discussion / Re: Should I stop eating raw while traveling?
« on: August 01, 2012, 09:53:30 pm »
    Yum, Thoth!  I have some fermented herring here. It's time to eat, and I know what I'm taking out of the fridge now.

    Kimchee keeps pretty well.  Can you experiment with vegetables too?  Maybe grind and dehydrate kimchee at low temps.

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Primal Diet / Re: Brushing Teeth Primal Style
« on: August 01, 2012, 09:51:08 pm »
left after burning wood and other substances, that cannot be good for you to ingest.

    I still haven't tried it.   I actually read some convincing stuff (not in pd papers) about charcoal over burnt BBQ.  I still have the full bag.  Maybe I'll try it soon to tell you and Raw-Al and see if I can locate what I read about it.  It was over a year ago and I just moved.

    I still stick by terramin.  It is an amazing healing thing.

    Are you on the primal diet?  I see no other info about you besides this post.  How do you care for your teeth now?
By far the most amazing way to brush my teeth was with pure tea tree oil extract

    Ben, I apologize if this is what you're angry about. If it's about me posting I didn't like the taste of the beef-heart on 30BaD, that seems likely given the timing of your pm, even though it's the only other thing I ever saw you post.  Whatever it is, please don't be vulgar next time.  Enough.

   As for you being raw paleo, I believe you are.  Post! :)

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General Discussion / Re: raw scallop reaction
« on: August 01, 2012, 09:36:04 pm »
My question is: are some dry scallops also treated? And are all scallops wild?

    They are bivalve type shellfish.   I think when it comes to the bivalve type fish, that is the one animal that is just as good or even better health-wise farmed.

    The chemical treated with presently I think is sodium bisulfate. 

    The deeper sea scallops, deep dive, are supposed to be very good, but also more expensive.

    As far as scallops, I feel better eating them fermented or made into a "high meat" than fresh.

   

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General Discussion / Re: Should I stop eating raw while traveling?
« on: August 01, 2012, 09:31:53 pm »
    While traveling for work, do you eat in restaurants or get food delivered room service from the hotel cafeterias?   There might not be much raw available, but if you talk directly with the hotel M.O.D. and restaurant chef, and tell them you know and accept the risks, they may give you raw eggs, fish and meat.

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Welcoming Committee / Re: Greetings from UK :)
« on: August 01, 2012, 02:54:38 am »
    Welcome!  Good luck on your journey!  I hope it's easy over there to get what you need.

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    I was just curious, so I Googled.  3 out of 4 that I found say he has type AB- blood, one says O. 

    We were just talking about this the other day, the elite and the medicine they get.  Perhaps medical practice is on us, the lab rats, everything new that comes out. The stuff that's proved that really works, goes to them?

    I know vegans in position who don't care about animals one iota, etc.  There are plenty of 'em that seven days a week do opposite as far as possible from what they present to us, and come out looking clean somehow, luck or some such.  Of course many more are not like that.

    Why does Clinton keep looking up to the left.  What did he see that he's remembering??

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Display Your Culinary Creations / Re: Paleo Green Smoothie Recipes
« on: June 23, 2012, 04:02:19 am »
    I don't use recipes usually.  I think there are some good ones in Recipe for Living Without Disease.  I can't drink kale smoothies  -v with any kind of sweet or sour fruit or any kind of milk etc except maybe lemon. I create as I go. If I were to use maca in a smoothie, I think I'd add cream and soaked vanilla bean.  I rarely ever make smoothies any more.  Good luck! :) and welcome!!

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    Hi Joy,

    I've never tried cooked kidney, I don't know how to compare it for the eating experience.  I've seen recipes for how to prepare it, I've just never had any feeling I should try it. I can't imagine it would be healthy for me to eat it cooked. 

    My diet has not been consistent all the time. It seems kidney takes it away faster, and dairy brings some back sometimes. The raw grass fed cultured never been frozen butter has not been a problem as for health effect on me ever.

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