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Olive leaf Extract.OLE.


For any G/N's who maybe interested in finding out a bit of information about OLE.I found this web site quite newsy.www.olea.com.au.Cheers.Ibbo.smile

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Just had a look Ibbo, have reposted the link here so it can be clicked on;

www.olea.com.au   

I have recently tried Goats milk soap and ointment/moisturiser for Psoriasis but doesn't seem to do much good, I always a bit wary of these products.  A google of "Goats Milk Soap" will bring up the link for that is anyone wants to read about it.

-- Edited by Vic41 on Thursday 14th of January 2010 03:30:52 PM

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Vic, that Psoriasis is a nasty bugger, and like most herbals, some work for one and not others.

The OLE is the 'new' cure all, worth a try, but again, it did not work for you, but could others, for that condition.

I have found most people expect to be cured, immediately, but herbs take time, as they are going after the 'cause'. The condition took time to develop, therefore the cure requires time as well.

For Psoriasis, the only thing I have heard that is common to most 'containments' (no cure I know of), is the strick removal of gluten, from the diet. There is some talk about H2O2 and or Ozone, but nothing specific about them and Psoriasis.

Right now I am into Iodine. I forgot all about it, till the latest legislation has made it manditory to be in bread. Seems we have reduced the iodized salt intake to nearly zero. Ah, back to the old cure alls, maybe 'cod liver oil' next!!!

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Iodine in bread is ok - unless you are allergic to iodine.  I know there is organic bread available, but I strongly object to being told by those "in higher places" what sort of bread I can buy because the one I usually buy now has iodine.  Not to mention that is way more expensive.

Fixed that problem................I MAKE MY OWN.

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Hi Vic 41,
I don't know whether or not this might help you, but if you try it, it definitely won't do any harm. It works for other skin complaints. Try drinking a couple of cups of Red Clover Tea every day for a while, [sweeten with Honey,[itself a natural healer] [no milk]. Leave a little of the tea, and bathe the affected area with it.
That way you get 2 bites of the Cherry. Red Clover is an excellent Blood Cleanser taken internally, and combined with the honey, just might help topically.

Cheers,
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What really gets up my nose is that the Govn will do all it can to support the pharma's cartell, to the point of banning herbs that work, but at the same time, force bread makers to use iodine.

Its a long story, bit of a soap box issue, but who cares. I feel sorry for those that come next, not having 'natural' medicines to choose from, just accepting to be long term guinee pigs, like asbestos.

For those that would like to have go at me, telling me the pharmacutical's have done their best, then I point to 'Cancermia cream' - only available to animals.

Back to my St John's wort.

Xina: you got in before me and I just read somewhere where they have banned Red clover for human use, not sure as it was a passing statement.


-- Edited by twobob on Thursday 14th of January 2010 09:13:09 PM

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Doubt very much if that's the case Bob. The chemical mob do very nicely out of it as a Menopause medication for women. Don't worry Vic., like a lot of other herbs, it has various uses.
Cheers,
xina.

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Look , time to leave this, but as I said, bit of a soapbox. Normally I leave things.

Xina, you are right, the pharma's have 'reproduced' the active ingredient in red clover, then set about banning the plant

quote"One plant after another has been banned as illegal. At any usage level, using any distillation method, using any part of the plant... period. Bloodroot, pokeroot, chapparel, purple lepacho... and proposed is even red clover! Mysteriously any plant that has shown strong anti-cancer properties has been removed from store shelves and placed on "blacklists."

- http://health.centreforce.com/health/industry.html

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