Tried yestererday apple cider vinegar in a glass of water as suggested by some here - 1 tbsp of vinegar. But shit that burned back in my mouth, so I won't do that again. But that rises a question how many health advices are actually safe?
Do this, take that. Actually on most supplements there is an advice to consult the doctor before you take it but how many are going to the doctor before taking a supplement?
It seems like many think if it's from nature and or alternative medicine it is safe and won't have adverse effects.
yes you need to be careful experimenting with things affecting your body
without a practitioner. i don't like doing it. But some people are smart
and are good at this. not me. i'm better at experimenting with tools
and such. i can't use vinegar, i have very bad reactions from this as well.
One thing that's worked really well for me is just drinking water. That's pretty safe, since most people are dehydrated anyway. Especially water with 1/4 tsp of salt right in the morning, right when you get up, it's good support. But it doesn't do anything unless you drink lots of water throughout the day too. Especially DURING the exposure.
Here i tend to agree more with Romana.
It is sensible to question everything.
And certainly to question the wisdom and the real face of the medical industry, both conventional / allopathic and alternative / natural ( or less unnatural like the orthomolecular theories ).
This is obvious already because what these medical experts have the most in common is their disagreements ;).
The allopaths will try to hide that fact and conspire in order to keep up the illusion that they know what they are doing.
But even if all experts would one day actually for once and for all agree on something, their ultimate view could still be mistaken or just too limited and simplified.
Despite all assurances from established or other authorities that as a rule happen to do good business in a civilized environment, we are still out in the jungle so to speak, and in many ways a more dangerous one than the wilderness has been in "prehistoric" times.
Following advice blindly can always be dangerous, although natural remedies usually do not cause serious problems.
It is a sure bet that following medical experts on the whole leads to unfavorable results compared to doing nothing, without even taking loss of time and financial costs into consideration.
But if one keeps on searching and applies common sense, than one may hit solutions for his specific health issues that seem to work properly.
An example of common sense is not to ignore the possible value of a comparison as pictured in the attachment.