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Tropical Disease & Herbal Medicine Pt 2

Tropical Disease & Herbal Medicine Pt 2
Host Sam Coffman “The Human Path

Tropical DiseaseThere are a lot of diseases – bacterial, viral, protozoal, parasitic – that have started to spread out of their normal range lately. One example of this are the some of the illnesses that immigrant children and adults are found to be infected with, along the border of USA and Mexico, during the border crisis we currently find ourselves in there.

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Herbal Medicine & Tropical Disease!

Herbal Medicine & Tropical Disease
Host Sam Coffman “The Human Path

Tropical Disease mosquitoThere are a lot of diseases – bacterial, viral, protozoal, parasitic – that have started to spread out of their normal range lately. One example of this are the some of the illnesses that immigrant children and adults are found to be infected with, along the border of USA and Mexico, during the border crisis we currently find ourselves in there. Continue reading Herbal Medicine & Tropical Disease!

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The Digestive System, Part II

The Digestive System, Part II
Rotovirus, Norovirus, Giardia, Cryptosporidium, and Cholera
Host: Cat Ellis “Herbal Prepper Live”

Herbal Prepper Live150This week’s episode continues our series on the digestive system with a look at some viral and parasitic infections which are currently both common and generally easy to survive. However, in a post disaster scenario, could become far more serious. We will also discuss one more bacterial infection that will become a far more common, serious threat- cholera.

Digestive SystemOverwhelmingly, the norovirus is the most common “stomach bug.” An estimated 90% of all non bacterial gastroenteritis globally is caused by the norovirus, and approximately 50% in the US. It is extremely contagious and concentrated population centers, such as nursing homes, schools, prisons, and cruise ships, where the virus has a chance to spread like wildfire.

Next on the list is the rotovirus, which produces the same uncomfortable symptoms as the norovirus: vomiting, diarrhea, fever, and potential for dehydration. The rotovirus, however, is largely the result of modern agriculture spreading contaminated waste, which the spreads through contaminated food, water, soil, and lack of adequate hand washing. The rotovirus is still a killer for children in third world conditions. Continue reading The Digestive System, Part II

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Part 1 Communicable diseases and conditions caused by the lack of hygiene, sanitation and poor living conditions.

Nancy Nurse 150Over thousands of years poor living conditions, sanitation and lack of hygiene has caused some of the most devastating wide spread diseases and deaths in the history of mankind. Just think about Hepatitis A, Giardia, Cholera, Dysentery, food poisoning (Salmonella and E. coli), lice, and scabies. What causes the start and spread of the disease? What are the signs of an outbreak?  How to care for infected family or friends? What can you do to stop the communicability of a disease? How to prevent potential diseases? What homeopathic methods can we incorporate into our care?

Come join us in an open discussion as we talk through these questions and more on Band Aids and Bandages.  This topic is jammed full of information. So we will break the topic into two consecutive Fridays.

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