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biglentil's Avatar Nov 7, 2019 | 08:40 1 Every winter our eldest would develop a persistent night time cough. Affecting everyones sleep but most importantly his. The respiratory specialist diagnosed it as childhood asthma and prescribed Flovent. A steroid known to permanently hinder growth and cause a host of nasty side effects including acting out. Got me thinking cough comes around in the winter then went away almost overnight on our hot holiday. Then it came to me a vitamin D deficiency due to lack of sunshine. 3000iu a day of over the counter vitamin D a few days later like magic the cough is gone and we all sleep easy. Doctors are often all to quick to prescribe something to address the symtoms as opposed to addressing the root of the problem . After all there is no money in Vitamin D for big pharma.

Vitamin D supplementation is a must up here in the great white north. You won't get it from your computer screen. Do you ever hear anyone cough in Arizona? Reply With Quote
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  • blackpowder's Avatar Nov 7, 2019 | 09:06 2 Good to hear.
    Would've guessed more the dry, recirculated air in the house. Reply With Quote
    Nov 7, 2019 | 09:08 3 Sounds logical, hope that works wonders. 👍 When our kids were young, garlic juice and eucalyptus oil was our winter goto elixer. Reply With Quote
    farmaholic's Avatar Nov 7, 2019 | 09:11 4
    Quote Originally Posted by sumdumguy View Post
    Sounds logical, hope that works wonders. 👍 When our kids were young, garlic juice and eucalyptus oil was our winter goto elixer.
    The boys must have been popular with the girls 😉😉😉😉😉😉. Reply With Quote
    Nov 7, 2019 | 09:31 5 That’s how you kept the girls at bay. You know how it was back then 😂 Reply With Quote
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  • Nov 7, 2019 | 09:32 6 I suggest going to a naturalpath doctor.

    For the cost vs a non biased opinion, and a totally different perspective I think it’s very important. I take vitamin d and other supplements haven’t noticed anything( still have a eating problem 🤨). I had a hair analysis done once that showed mineral deficiencies and compare to my doctors blood test results. FYI all these test will now be on line in Saskatchewan for all individuals to monitor- etc

    The blood testing and live screen microscope was very interesting, seems I had parasites in blood that attack can’t remember if it’s white or red cells or what ever. Guess I should go back soon.

    All these minerals, nutrients, and biological in humans have the same and similar interactions in the soil which people are just starting to recognize and trying to build. And that’s where Big Chen companies are trying to get involved with biologicals Reply With Quote
    biglentil's Avatar Nov 7, 2019 | 09:39 7
    Quote Originally Posted by blackpowder View Post
    Good to hear.
    Would've guessed more the dry, recirculated air in the house.
    We tried every type of humidifier, ecalyptus oil, peppermint oil.... to no avail.
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    Nov 7, 2019 | 10:16 8 I just took my vitamin D this morning! It’s our artificial sunshine Reply With Quote
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  • Nov 7, 2019 | 13:25 9 Im always offering Vitamin D to my wife. Think she takes more in the winter. So i guess thats ok, more time for it😏 Reply With Quote
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  • fjlip's Avatar Nov 7, 2019 | 16:09 10
    Quote Originally Posted by Ache4Acres View Post
    I just took my vitamin D this morning! It’s our artificial sunshine
    I take 1000 everyday all year, depends on skin color, darker need MORE. What sunshine? Wake up Greta, you are lacking Vit D up in Sweden, making you GOOFY Climate Barbie LIKE, who is also blond, hmmmm Reply With Quote
    Nov 7, 2019 | 16:41 11
    Quote Originally Posted by sumdumguy View Post
    Sounds logical, hope that works wonders. 👍 When our kids were young, garlic juice and eucalyptus oil was our winter goto elixer.
    That sound delightful. When i was young my Mom would force Cod liver oil into us every morning in the winter. She said it would keep us healthy. Might be why i hate winter now! Reply With Quote
    Nov 7, 2019 | 17:31 12 Suicide rates increase the further north you go. Have you ever watched Swedish or Norwegian movies? Depressing as hell. Reply With Quote
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  • fjlip's Avatar Nov 7, 2019 | 18:38 13
    Quote Originally Posted by WiltonRanch View Post
    Suicide rates increase the further north you go. Have you ever watched Swedish or Norwegian movies? Depressing as hell.
    Little wonder why all the SMART Scandinavians live here, that COLD mountainous rocky soil is about as low a value as earth has. One tough spot to live in, hell of a tough bunch to survive. None of the neighbours are VIKING types, the nicest, kindest, gentle soft spoken people you could ever want as neighbours...EXCEPT HOW DARE YOU, GRETA! Reply With Quote
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  • Nov 7, 2019 | 19:06 14
    Quote Originally Posted by fjlip View Post
    Little wonder why all the SMART Scandinavians live here, that COLD mountainous rocky soil is about as low a value as earth has. One tough spot to live in, hell of a tough bunch to survive. None of the neighbours are VIKING types, the nicest, kindest, gentle soft spoken people you could ever want as neighbours...EXCEPT HOW DARE YOU, GRETA!
    Anyone who can eat lutefisk and pickled herring I give props to for a strong constitution. Being from a predominantly Scottish Irish German area I never knew much about Scandinavian culture aside from Chef on the muppets till my adult years and I’ve met some darn practical down to earth Swedes and Danes. Reply With Quote
    Nov 9, 2019 | 17:31 15
    Quote Originally Posted by WiltonRanch View Post
    Anyone who can eat lutefisk and pickled herring I give props to for a strong constitution. Being from a predominantly Scottish Irish German area I never knew much about Scandinavian culture aside from Chef on the muppets till my adult years and I’ve met some darn practical down to earth Swedes and Danes.
    Nothing better than pickled herring made from freshly caught Saskatchewan pickerel. Onions. In brine. Ready in two days. Eat till you founder. Pars Reply With Quote
    Nov 9, 2019 | 18:35 16
    Quote Originally Posted by Daylate View Post
    Im always offering Vitamin D to my wife. Think she takes more in the winter. So i guess thats ok, more time for it😏
    Be carful the poor girl doesn’t over dose on vitamin D.

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  • Nov 9, 2019 | 18:39 17
    Quote Originally Posted by parsley View Post
    Nothing better than pickled herring made from freshly caught Saskatchewan pickerel. Onions. In brine. Ready in two days. Eat till you founder. Pars
    im gonna try that ! Reply With Quote
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  • Nov 9, 2019 | 18:45 18
    Quote Originally Posted by parsley View Post
    Nothing better than pickled herring made from freshly caught Saskatchewan pickerel. Onions. In brine. Ready in two days. Eat till you founder. Pars
    Sounds better than store bought. Reply With Quote