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  • My daughter has an ear infection and has been having hallucinations. Is this common and what can we do about it?

    Post created 8 months 4 days ago

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  • Hello Vicki,

    Hello Vicki,

    My name is Sha Adams and with your permission may I suggest an alternative medicine to your health concerns. I believe that the body is designed by our Creator, to heal itself. All it needs is a boost from natural ingredients. As a naturopathic specialist, I prescribed various juices, that consist of vegetables, fruits, grains and spices.

    Condition: Otitis Hallucinations

    Natural remedy: brewers yeast, brown rice, bulgur wheat, wheat grains, barley, oatmeal, flaxseeds, one teaspoon of cinnamon spice, one teaspoon of nutmeg spice, one teaspoon of mint spice, one teaspoon of cayenne spice, one teaspoon of turmeric spice. Blend all ingredients with either Almond, Soy, Coconut or Goat's Milk. Drink it throughout the day. In the evening before bedtime herbal tea, Chamomile, taken with one tablespoon of mint spice.

    Nutrients involved: Vitamin(s) A, B2, B12, Choline, Magnesium, Manganese

    Give us a chance Vicki, we are there for you and your daughter.

    Personal note: Everything that I have shared with all ehealthme.com members, regarding alternative medicine for he/she health problems. Well guess what, supermarkets and online shopping are selling the same juices, I put together for you; and they are not cheap!

    7 months 2 weeks ago

  • Unless it is a secondary

    Unless it is a secondary meningitis, or amidst an acute severe elevation of temperature, or a drug toxicity, hallucinations are not usual in otitis.
    Dr Hana Fayyad, pediatrician

    Maria Jasmine Freeman, author of The Cross Of Menopause-Immolation🔥🔥🔥

    7 months 3 weeks ago

  • The same is true with my

    The same is true with my daughter. Going on 3 weeks of hallucinations and still ear pain. MRI showed her brain is normal. Don't know what exactly is causing it and what to do about it.

    7 months 3 weeks ago

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