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Bone reinforcent potion
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Post # 1
Does anyone know of a bone-reinforcemnt potion? It would be interesting.
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Re: Bone reinforcent potion
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Post # 2
If by potion you mean remedy, then nutritional care will strengthen the bones. If a bone is fractured, boneknit, or, comfrey, ointment will assist in healing. Comfrey is not to be orally ingested :)
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Re: Bone reinforcent potion
By: Moderator / Knowledgeable
Post # 3
The best thing to strengthen your bones is Calcium with Vitamin D. You don't have to make a potion to use it, you can buy it over-the-counter in any pharmacy including places like WalMart. You can find it in pill form or in a chewy, candy-like form. Or you can simply make certain to have an adequate daily intake of milk and milk products. Here's a list of some good sources:

Dairy foods - Milk, yogurt, cheese

Leafy green vegetables - Broccoli, kale, spinach

Fruits - Oranges

Beans and peas - Tofu, peanuts, peas, black beans, baked beans

Fish- Salmon, sardines

Miscellaneous - Sesame seeds, blackstrap molasses, corn tortillas, almonds, brown sugar
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Re: Bone reinforcent poti
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Post # 4
If your talking about bone mass replacement, which is a fairly new therapy for severe osteoporosis, then you may want to ask your doctor about Teriparatide injections. Each of these injections come in a pre-filled pen, much like insulin for diabetics. It needs to be administered once in 24 hours for as long as your doctor reccomends. The one my mother uses is forteo by Lily (a German pharma company), but there maybe other brands as well. Thanks to it's fine needle, this injection is relatively painless and easy to use.

It does not heal fractures or work as a pain killer. It is also prescribed in extreme cases.

Caution: Please do not self medicate yourself and speak with your doctor for further information.
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Re: Bone reinforcent potion
By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 5
Comfrey is "controversial" taken orally but many swear by the tea. Just be sure your source is excellent. Most who drink the tea don't drink the roots but the leaves. You're not supposed to take it for a long period of time though, but that is the case with most herbs.

The only reason comfrey (a wonder herb) is considered to cause liver toxicity is because they fed rats heaps of it and then saw that they had liver damage over time. I don't know about you, but I'm not a rat, I don't eat bowels of comfrey or eat it at all, so I really highly doubt the claims.

Another one is Horsetail. I would suggest this one specifically, but it is a diuretic, so again, it cannot be taken everyday for long periods. One week on, one week off is a better recommendation. And be sure to take in extra potassium in your diet as well as drink 8 glasses of water a day. The reason diuretics are not good daily is because they cause our body to lose potassium and can dehydrate if we are not careful. But caffeine is a diuretic as well, so if you're a big coffee drinker, you're already doing something you shouldn't be!

You can also take bathes with horsetail. String a cheesecloth or mesh bag with horsetail over your facet as the hot water comes out.

Glucosamine and Chondroitin sulfate are the only known suppliments to restore cartilage. If you are suffering any bone problems, you should take this in order to prevent nasty future problems, like osteoarthritis.
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Re: Bone reinforcent potion
By: / Knowledgeable
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Western medicine ignores or attempts to discourage herbal remedies because it takes away from their profit, especially that of the pharmacuetical companies. But really when you look at the side effects and damages that can be caused by pharmacuetical drugs, it is a far worse than those of herbs.

They say that Comfrey, known as a miraculous herb for a variety of complaints, causes liver damage, yet approve extra strength tylenol, and some doctors prescribe even stronger tylenols (tylenol 3) which damages your liver even more than alcoholism! The liver is a self repairing organ, the minimal damage (if the claims even hold ground) that you could do with taking comfrey would heal itself, just like it healed the damages you caused last Yule or on your birthday! Lol

And if you already have liver problems, I would recommend milk thistle because it can regenerate liver cells.
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Re: Bone reinforcent potion
By: / Beginner
Post # 7
take your vitamins!!
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Re: Bone reinforcent potion
By: / Beginner
Post # 8
DO NOT CONSUME DAIRY PRODUCTS!!! THEY ACTUALLY WEAKEN YOUR BONES!! milk as a high ph level and when it enters your body it acidifies which can become a threat to your kidneys!!! so what happens is your body draws OUT calcium from your bones to neutralize that acid. so your body loses more calcium than actually it has taken in. research shows that more people who had drank tons of milk in there lifetime had oestoprosis. people who drank milk also had more broken bones!!!! get your calium from plant sources please!!!!! if you dont belive me then google it!!!
blessed be!
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Re: Bone reinforcent potion
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Post # 9
It's not the comfrey itself, - it's the pyrrolizadine alkaloids it contains, which are subject to question :)
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Re: Bone reinforcent potion
By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 10
There is such a small amount that they found, you probably have more toxicity in the mouthwash you use on a daily basis. And they have yet to do any sufficient studies to truly "prove" it.

Here is an article from an extremely well educated individual. I'm sure you'll find it very interesting!

http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/AlternativeAnswers/message/3869
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