Stubborn Pneumonia Cure

Posted in bullheaded and headstrong | No Comments » November 4th, 2011

 When it comes to fighting stubborn pneumonia, drugs are limited in effectiveness in some ways. At the first line of defense, antibiotics are normally administered. Nevertheless, when a virus is causing stubborn pneumonia, antibiotics will not have any effect at all. As a matter of fact, antibiotics will kill off good bacteria that are vital to your health.

The good thing is, there is an effective, safe and inexpensive product that helps you obtain relief from your pneumonia. This is a specially processed liquid molecula silver formula that has a small amount of hydrogen peroxide. For many years silver has been used to fight infections since it kills every kind of pathogen that there is. You may take silver internally but the best possible way to get rid of pneumonia fast is to breathe the silver into the lungs. This way, the silver will directly affect the germs that cause the illness residing in the lungs.

This method works fast and not uncommon for pneumonia to clear up in just a couple of days. Nonetheless, not all silver products are good quality. Most alternative doctors know which types of silver work best to fight pneumonia. Molecula silver, which is best for relieving pneumonia does not break down and direct exposure to sunlight will not change its composition for years.

Natural Cure for Stubborn Cough

Posted in bullheaded and headstrong | No Comments » November 3rd, 2011

A stubborn cough is very irritating and uncomfortable. Excessive coughing as a matter of fact could cause throat bleeding and your sides could hurt as well. There are several factors to excessive coughing, including respiratory tract infection, drastic temperature changes and allergies.

Fortunately, there are ways of curing excessive cough. When you check out many health sites today, you will find hundreds of resources that provide you information about curing cough. Nevertheless, there are also natural cures to stubborn cough that does not have side effects. One of the ways to cure a cough is using lemon mixed with hot black tea. The warm liquid provides relief from coughing and could make your itchy throat more manageable. Another natural way to cure persistent cough is treating it with steam. Steam widens the diameter of the bronchioles in the lungs and could help improve gas exchange that will make breathing easier.

Eucalyptus is great for cough. It helps fight off incoming flue and you can buy any oils or spray items with eucalyptus. Massage is another natural way to cure cough. A massage helps in getting rid of toxins easily and removes all possible symptoms of cold. Drink lots of water since water aids in diluting sticky phlegm and mucus in the lungs and this could help expectorate and mobilize it easier. Consider lukewarm or warm water or try a hot water with salt mixture, then gargle for ten to fifteen seconds.

Remove Stubborn Toilet Stains

Posted in bullheaded and headstrong | No Comments » November 1st, 2011

 What are the best ways to remove stubborn toilet stains? A lot of people might be asking this question.  When it comes  to the methods on  how to remove stubborn toilet stains, the first thing you have to do is to empty the toilet bowl of most of its water by taking  a bucket of water and pouring it to the bowl to drive most of the water down by a kind of manual flush.

Another way is to use a bowl brush and ram the water in a controlled method down the toilet trap for ten to fifteen minutes until all the water is out except for a little pool at the bottom of the bowl. You could also take a plunger and plunge the water down.

In each case, your goal is the same, emptying the bowl so you can begin work. The next step would be to sprinkle the inside of the bowl with cleanser and give it a general cleaning first with the use of a bowl brush. Rinse the bowl by taking water from the little pool.  Proceed to use a pumice stick and directly work on the deposits. The pumice is a wonderful tool since it is softer compared to porcelain but is harder than the deposits. Make sure to wet it before using and makes it easier to work.

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