The Choctaw Princess 90 Days On

A bucket of probiotic mash (click here) was enough to keep the Choctaw Princess’s attention long enough to get a side view photo. After 90 days, her condition is starting to stabilize. Although the changes are more subtle now, they are still important. Even a month ago, the top line of her croup was still […]

Just Sayin’

In reading other people’s blogs about chronic pain I have noticed I don’t say much about how I feel about mine. Then I realized that is because I find my chronic pain really boring. The words the dictionary uses to define boring include tedious, wearisome, dreary,  monotonous, pointless, and mind-numbing, while near synonyms include debilitating, […]

Enzymatic Action

About ten years ago an enzyme called nattokinase became available to the general public. Nattokinase is a byproduct of the microbes active in fermenting soybeans and it breaks down a protein in the body called fibrin. Among other things, fibrin is a major component of scar tissue. Scarring of my connective tissue was still a […]

What Doctors Can Do

I am not going to name any of my doctors because  there could be the one reader out there that is looking to shut alternative practitioners down.  I am infinitely grateful to my doctors for saving my life and I profoundly respect their battles against the for profit medical industry, the federal and state licensing […]