People's Pharmacy-Eye Care & Pickle Juice

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As usual on Monday morning, I downloaded the latest broadcast of THE PEOPLE’S PHARMACY radio show  (#813 Preserving Your Vision) as an MP3 file.  That’s my favorite website for medical information because the hosts are solid professionals in the medical field and get topnotch guests, yet they’re very respectful of alternative medicine and home remedies.  This particular show was dynamite!  There was such a ton of detail information about vision care and eye conditions and nutrition that I typed it up,  so I could pass all the information on to others.  This interview covered everything and gave things you can do for prevention and treatments for  Myopia, Dry Eye, Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, Cataracts, Lasik surgery, Multiple Sclerosis, Diabetes.   Read Transcript Here
Imagine my surprise, when I checked my email yesterday and found a request from Joe and Terry Graedon, hosts of THE PEOPLE’S PHARMACY, for a short interview regarding a comment I made on their website awhile back.  Based on a tip on their home remedy section, I had started drinking a little dill pickle juice to relieve night-time leg and foot cramps and it really works!  When I mentioned having a refrigerator full of jars of dry dill pickles because I drank all the juice, Terry told me to check online for companies that make Pickle Juice only, without the pickles!  So, I did!  There’s a half case of pickle juice heading my way and it only cost $30 including shipping!
Enjoy the transcript while I enjoy a nice relaxing sip of pickle juice!
~LTG

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0 responses to “People's Pharmacy-Eye Care & Pickle Juice

  1. Been searching for years for the solution for leg and foot cramping … and hot feet. Will try the dill pickle route. But stretching out the calves helps also.

     
  2. lowtechgrannie

    The website of the company I bought the juice from has a link to a NIH study that explains why it works. When I placed my order I told them they ought to be marketing to babyboomers, not athletes only. Before ordering in quantity, I’d suggest just trying taking a swig from a jar of dill pickles you already have on hand to see if it works for you.
    http://www.goldenpicklejuice.com/?pjsid=8
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19997012
    For hot feet I rub a little Wild Yam cream on my toes and it works great! I get it for $5 a jar from Swanson Vitamins through Amazon.com

     
  3. Thank you for taking the time and having the loving heart to transcribe the radio show for us, Grannie!
    You’re the best. 😀

     
  4. lowtechgrannie

    The Seattle area is known as having the highest rate of Multiple Sclerosis in the country. We’re famous for our cloudy, rainy weather. Dr. Abel says that sufficient Vitamin D3 actually “turns off” the MS gene. What a blessing that is for people who suffer from MS! The pharmaceutical companies will hate to have that info get out—– they make millions of dollars in drugs to treat MS. What will they do when people can buy a bottle of D3 for $5.00 a month and cure themselves?

     
  5. Will pass this good info on to our office. That said, when I was in elementary school, I knew lots of kids who would drink pickle juice to make them throw up so they could miss school.

     
    • lowtechgrannie

      I would guess quantity may be the culprit on the pickle juice. One good swallow is all it takes for cramps. I’d hate to drink a glassful – Yuk!
      A lot of medical doctors and nurses comment on the People’s Pharmacy website and offer tips on a lot of issues. I’ve learned a lot that has been helpful. They’re especially good about warnings of side effects from common drugs like statins and acid-suppressing drugs .

       

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