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    When I ail, I agitate it beyond comfort. I feel it helps my body fight things proper, like punching stone.

    I cured my TMJ through it. Another example would be a vaccine.

    I wish I had better examples, just today my sister exemplified a rather good scenario I cannot recall.


    Do you have any opinions on the subject? Perhaps you know the scientific term?



    I guess what I'm getting at is that I don't like when people shield themselves from things because it hurts. In the long run, do they heal more proper or are they setting themselves up for future discomfort?

    Oh, honey! Perhaps an old wives tale, but supposedly you can ingest spoons of honey to cure allergies. Logic says the body develops immunity to the pollens contained within. Anyone know the degree of truth to that?

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    It's the whole principle of homeopathy - like cures like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Douglas123 View Post
    You should add these thing for tthe healthy Breakfast Whole grains like
    Rolls, bagels, cereals, low fat bran muffins, crackers, or Melba toast,
    Low fat protein such as peanut butter, lean meat, poultry or fish, or boiled eggs....

    Interesting.



    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
    It's the whole principle of homeopathy - like cures like.

    Do you have any examples?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jontherobot View Post
    When I ail, I agitate it beyond comfort. I feel it helps my body fight things proper, like punching stone.

    I cured my TMJ through it. Another example would be a vaccine.

    I wish I had better examples, just today my sister exemplified a rather good scenario I cannot recall.


    Do you have any opinions on the subject? Perhaps you know the scientific term?



    I guess what I'm getting at is that I don't like when people shield themselves from things because it hurts. In the long run, do they heal more proper or are they setting themselves up for future discomfort?

    Oh, honey! Perhaps an old wives tale, but supposedly you can ingest spoons of honey to cure allergies. Logic says the body develops immunity to the pollens contained within. Anyone know the degree of truth to that?
    Are you talking about exposing yourself to things so that you are immune to them? Like once my immune system identifies a certain receptor of a certain bacteria/virus I now have anti bodies built up to it so that the next time, it's killed almost immediately and you barely show any symtoms the second time around...? Or are you talking about something else?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
    Are you talking about exposing yourself to things so that you are immune to them? Like once my immune system identifies a certain receptor of a certain bacteria/virus I now have anti bodies built up to it so that the next time, it's killed almost immediately and you barely show any symtoms the second time around...? Or are you talking about something else?

    Yes, that is one example. But again, I've found multiple uses for the phrase. Such as punching stone, so that next time you punch stone your body is more apt to not break. Or eating honey. Your body has already identified the allergens and built proper response to them.


    I know for a fact I have thought of other uses, but I cannot recall any and have not thought of any since making this thread, so forgive my lack of examples.


    But you are on the correct track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jontherobot View Post
    Yes, that is one example. But again, I've found multiple uses for the phrase. Such as punching stone, so that next time you punch stone your body is more apt to not break. Or eating honey. Your body has already identified the allergens and built proper response to them.


    I know for a fact I have thought of other uses, but I cannot recall any and have not thought of any since making this thread, so forgive my lack of examples.


    But you are on the correct track.
    Well then first of all, it's best to know that if your blood is at an alkaline state, no bacteria can live in your body.
    Physycally punching that stone will build endurance...but i think because of numbness/damaged nerves probably or calluses
    I think the best words for that is endurance and conditioning

    I personaly am one of those people that sheild themselves away from physical pain...bring on all the emotional pain ...but i have a very low tolerance for pain when i don't have adrenaline running through me or cortizone.
    But i do notice the more i get get hurt the less it hurts...so maybe i just need to toughen up and get throught the beginning to get the invincible rewards.
    Also to deal with physical pain there is a way to decrease the amount of damage it does to you...say you were to slam your finger in the door...we have an automatic impulse to hold that finger for a second...the problem with most people is that they then let go and shake their hand or walk it out you know? but really you are supposed to hold the spot where the pain is so that the blood protiens don't go all over so that you don't have a bruise...
    neither one of these helpful facts will help u in an emergency though...that's all mental then
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