Common Cold Cures
If you get a cold, and check medical theory, you will learn that
there is no cure for the common cold.
medical chauvinism. In truth, there is no medicine to cure the
common cold - so in medical theory, the common cold cannot be
If your cold is cured
by health, if your illness is cured by health, it doesn't count.
But, but, but… If you are healthier, you get fewer colds, and
your health cures them faster. Health not only cures colds,
healthier health cures colds faster, and better.
suggests that the common cold is "self resolving". Self
resolving is medical speak for "cured by health", so we don't
care about it.
But what if it's not really a cure? What if you get another
cold? Maybe your cold was just in remission for a few months,
and it re-emerged. How can you tell?
Cured is not defined
for the common cold. Cures are lost because conventional
medicine believes there are no cures. What if you take
an alternative medicine, a herb tea, some chicken soup, and it
cures your cold faster.
Was it a cure?
There's no difference. Cures don't count.
Cure is not defined
for the common cold.
Maybe you're thinking "well, the common cold is different", but
Let's look at another
common illness - well, not so common if you are young. But if
you are over 40 or 50, maybe you've heard of
plantar fasciitis, or
plantar fasciosis - the latest naming fashion.
The common cold can be cured with health, in 7 days or less. If
you leave it alone, it takes a week.
does not go away in a week, it takes months. Officially,
there is no cure for plantar fasciosis. But many people get
plantar fasciosis - and normally it goes away in about 6 months.
There are also many people who cure their plantar fasciosis in
much shorter timespan. I cured my plantar fasciosis, but nobody
gives a damn.
What happens if you
cure your plantar fasciosis? Nobody cares.
If you cure your
plantar fasciosis, is it really cured? You can go do a doctor
and get a diagnosis for plantar fasciosis - but there is no
diagnosis for cured.
Cured is not defined
for plantar fasciosis...
Is there a cure for
As Dr. Andrew Weil
points out - everything seems to cure warts, but nothing cures
warts. Every doctor - according to Dr Weil, has seen warts cured
by the strangest things, and Weil often asks doctors for their
there is no cure for warts. Warts cured is not defined.
Was it always like
that? It's an interesting question.
In 1996 a clinical study "Homoeopathic
versus placebo therapy of children with warts on the hands - A
randomized, double-blind clinical trial" treated 60
children with warts.
According to the
published research, 6 patients were cured in the study. There
was no follow-up, but it is likely that all 60 patients were
Warts tend to be
cured by health - but health
cures don't count...
Only two years later, in 1998, an almost identical study, by
some of the same researchers, "A
double-blind, controlled clinical trial of homeopathy and an
analysis of lunar phases and postoperative outcome,"
was completed with 30 patients.
How many were cured?
The study did not report a single cure. What happened to the
cures? Were they lost? How many of the patients still have
There was no
follow-up, but it is also likely that every patient was
eventually cured by health. But nobody cares. Cures don't count.
Cures are lost...
There are many people who claim to "reverse" diabetes.
apparently, tens of thousands of people claiming to have
Type 2 Diabetes. What's the
difference between diabetes reversed and diabetes cured?
Diabetes cured is not defined.
Because diabetes cured is not defined, there are no cures for
diabetes, and there are no statistics for diabetes cured, even
though it seems that diabetes might be the easiest "incurable"
disease to cure - if cures were not consistently lost by
Maybe you're thinking, well, the common cold, plantar fasciosis,
warts, these aren't very important. Nobody dies from these
diseases. And they usually disappear.
These cures aren't
I met someone who
cured her cancer, without medicine - and then her cure
disappeared. It was lost. I'm not alone.
Dr. Kelly Turner
has documented over 1000 cases of cancer cured in her
Radical Remission project and
written about the cures in the book
published in 2014.
However, Dr. Turner
didn't call the book "Cancer Cures", because, even 8 years
later, cured is not defined for cancer.
Were any of the
patients documented in Dr. Turner's book actually cured?
Conventional medicine has nothing to say. There is no test for
cancer cured. Cancer cures, all of them, get lost. None can be
But… but... but...
thousands of clinical studies searching for a cure for cancer?
Actually, no. Clinical Trials.gov, documents over 63,000 cancer
But if you search
clinical trials for "cancer" and "cure", there are only 1890
studies. And if you look closely, there are - as near as I can
determine - no studies, not one single clinical study
that has a test for cured.
If a patient in a
clinical study is cured, they will be documented as a
"survivor". But cured? Cured is not defined for cancer.
We can't test for
cured. Cures are lost.
Do you know
anyone who has been cured of a mental illness?
possible to cure a mental illness?
dementia, or bipolar, or anxiety disorders, eating
Are they all
The DSM-5, the latest edition
of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders
contains a single instance of the word cure,
and eventual cures for these conditions".
It seems that,
according to the DSM-5, all
mental disorders have the
potential to be cured, but today - there are no cures to be
There are no cures. There are no cured. There is no technique to
document a cure for any mental disorder. If your depression is
cured, it can't be proven. If your alcoholism is cured, maybe
it's not really cured. Maybe it's just in remission...
Of course, remission is not defined either. It's easy to
claim remission because no proof is required. But it's
impossible to prove remission (but not cure), and it's
impossible to prove cured.
The DSM-5 authors
might pretend to be looking for cures, but without a definition
of cured, they can't possibly find any.
The DSM-5 authors have a secondary cure problem. Let's suppose
we actually cure a mental illness.
How might that
infections by addressing the cause, by killing the
scurvy by addressing the cause, with a diet containing
sufficient Vitamin C.
starvation with food, and dehydration with water.
But what if we cure a
mental disorder by addressing the cause?
Surprise! If we can
find the cause, and successfully address the cause, and cure the
disorder... then it wasn't a mental disorder.
It was caused by the
has depression because of a faulty diet - we can create
depression with an unhealthy diet, and cure it with a
But if we
cure it with a healthy diet, then it wasn't a mental
disorder, it was a dietary illness. The diagnosis of
depression was incorrect - so it wasn't cured.
has depression caused by
gaslighting - we can
create depression with gaslighting - and cured by
addressing the cause - then it wasn't a mental disorder,
it was a social disorder.
of depression was incorrect, so it couldn't be cured.
has depression caused by torture or by loneliness - we
can create depression by torturing them, or by putting
them in solitary confinement - and we can cure it by
stopping the abuse, or by returning them to the
But if we
cure it by addressing the cause, it wasn't depression,
it was abuse. If it wasn't depression, then it can't be
If a mental
disorder is cured, it wasn't a mental disorder. If a
mental disorder is cured, the diagnosis was incorrect.
If a mental disorder
is cured, the cure is lost...
In current medical theory or perhaps 'lack of theory', chronic
diseases are incurable. It's just medical chauvinism. Chronic
diseases cannot be cured by medicines. Chronic diseases have
Obesity is not caused
by eating, not caused by overeating, not caused by unhealthy
eating - it is caused by chronic unhealthy eating.
The only cure for a
chronic illness is to address the chronic nature of the cause.
So no chronic disease can be cured with a medicine. Treatments -
the common prescription for chronic diseases - cannot possibly
The cure for a
chronic disease is health, healthicine, not medicine.