COCONUT OIL

ANY BODY SEEN DAYBREAK THIS MORNING, TALKING ABOUT COCONUT OIL FOR ALZHEIMER. THEY ARE SAYING 3 TABLESPOONS TWICE A DAY? BUT THEY SAY THEY HAVE A GREAT IMPROVEMENT BUT THERE ARE STILL NO CLINICAL PROOF. I KNOW ON HERE THEY HAVE SAID 2 OR ONE TEASPOON? NOT SURE IF I COULD FACE 3 TABLESPOONS? LET ALONE TWICE A DAY!! THEY HAD IT IN THEIR WEETABIX AND RICE.

TISHA XX

7 Replies

oldestnewest
  • hi tisha i take one table spoon a day which is quite enough for me i do not thiink i could handle anymore but in all honesty i feel it gives me more energy so i will stick with it i know there has been no clinical trials but by word of mouth i feel is the best way to sell a product \\at the moment i get mine in australia why because i live here and its just about 50 klms away it is originaly made by a tribe called the banaban 's who lived in the pacific and lived on an island called banaban or ocean island they are now called the forgotten people and they used to take this coconut oil for their medication if interested you can read up on them on banaban.com and if its good enough for them its good enough for me even though one tablespoon is quite -enough for me to handle\\\ you know why none of them ever got sick because they could not stand taking the coconut oil but seriously i do feel some benefit from it just have to hang in there for a while

    well tisha i will say goodnight to you take care look after yourself peter jones queenhsland australia psp sufferer

  • Dear Tisha,

    I understand that it is something that is consumed by the Tablespoon. Yes, the thought makes me cringe too - but then again all the top movie starlets and models are openly promoting it virtues as well.

    So who knows?

    Regards, Alana (from Western Australia)

  • hi alana hows it going mate alright i hope yes it is consumed by the tablespoon i thought i saw somewhere on this site somebody was taking it by the teaspoon i was told when i first started taking it to take a real good slug of it 25 mls to be exact or a dam good tablespoon of it after taking the 25 mls i decided that it was better for my constitution if i took the tablespoon it seemed to go down better than drinking it even if you like coconuts i think you will go off of them after having this but seriously i have taken it must be about 10 or 11 weeks now and i do feel\l as though i-have more energy and my falls have not stopped completely but they have been cut down == but thats better than nothing for me it seems quite good == i have no interest in this oil no shares or any money

    or anything except my desire to prolong psp as long as i can \\\\ because i do not feel that i will be rid of it that seems impossible unless someone come up, with a miracle THEY DO HAPPEN YOU KNOW \\\\ BUT AS LONG AS WE CAN HAVE A LAUGH WHILE WERE GOING THERE IT WILL BE MUCH EASIER \\\\\ WE WENT TO MY NUERO BLOKE TODAY WE HAD A LITTLE LAUGH

    TOGETHER AND HE SAID I WAS DOING FINE AND HE ALSO SAID I WAS A STRONG MAN

    I DO NOT KNOW WHAT HE MEANT BY THAT BECAUSE WE WERE GOING OUT OF HES OFFICE OR ON OUR WAY OUT \\ SO OUR TIME WAS UP I GATHERED \\\\\THAT WE\\\\ IS MY BETTER HALF MY WIFE AND CARER\\\ WE ARE GOING AWAY ON THURSDAY JUST FOR A SHORT BREAK \\\\\\ YOU WOULD NOT THINK THE SAME COUNTRY HAD A DIFFERENT TIME SONE WOULD YOU BUT WE HAVE\\\\ NOW EVERYONE IS WONDERING WHAT ON EARTH IS A SONE ITS THE NEXT BEST LETTER I CAN GET ON MY COMPUTER BECAUSE MY LETTER IS BROKEN ON MY COMPUTER BETWEEN L AND X WELL ALANA I WILL SAY CHEERIO FOR NOW TAKE CARE AND THANKS FOR PUTTING UP WITH ME WITH THIS POST OR EM OR WHATEVER REGARDS TO WESTERN AUSTRALIA MATE PETER JONES QUEENSLAND AUSTRALIA PSP SUFFERER REGARDS TO MR ALANA AS WELL

  • Hi Peter

    If you are like my husband, you are a strong man. Did the neurologist ask you to grip his fingers? My husband's did and he went "AHHHH" as his grip was so strong, it crushed his fingers. I thought I was getting arthritis in my hands as they hurt so much, then realised it was because my husband gripped so hard when he held my hand.

    Enjoy your break, both of you.

    Best wishes.

    Nanna B

  • hi nanna b well have had our break it was great weather and great company i had the caravan set up by a dam it was so peaceful there and my friends were right beside me it was 29 degrees but a bit to chilly to go for a swim it did look inviting but now i find i cannot swim i was ok before i got this psp but thats ok its not the end of the world is it but there was a few kids who were tenting it am little way away from us having a great time which was good to see they looked like they belonged in the water and were having a great time of it \\\ no the neurologist never ask me to grip hes fingers this time around he just got hes pen out and ask me to look this way and then that way checked my gait arms and legs and said your doing very well your a strong man see you in 6 months oh i told him i had fallen over several times in feb a couple in march and 3 in april which i was not expecting \\ remind me not to grip your husbands hand by the way\\\ well i have to go my wife is calling me for lunch see you thanks for em mate peter jones queensland australia psp sufferer

  • Hi Peter. I'm pleased you had a good time. Is your caravan adapted? The reason I ask is we've been invited away to stay in a caravan as my son won a week away in a competition. Unfortunately for them, it's during term time and the children will be at school. They are coming from the Friday to Sunday and we will stay on after they leave. I'm wondering how I'll get my husband up from a low bed. The toilet cubicle may be too small as well. We'll try it anyway and can always come home early if it's no good. At least there won't be any money lost. We've just come back from a week away in a completely adapted flat by the sea. It had everything anyone would need, whatever their difficulties. We had a lovely week until the night befor we left when my 96 year old dad, who came with us, managed to overturn his mobility scooter. My brother and his wife came as well to help so we managed to get him up (he landed in the road). An ambulance was called but thankfully he only suffered nasty cuts and bruises which were soon patched up. He was brought back to the flat by ambulance with my brother. My sister in law had to drive the scooter while I pushed my hubby in the wheelchair. We'd walked along the sea front and for a different view, decided to walk back along the road at the top of the cliff. We didn't realise this path went inland so I ended up pushing my hubby a mile and a half back. If I'd realised dad was not going to be admitted, I would have offered to go with him. I could have got a lift back home then instead of my brother. Your 29 degrees sounds lovely. We were pleased when it reached 16 on one day.

    My hubby loved swimming as well so I've managed to get him hydrotherapy sessions at a hospital. It will only be for 6 weeks but it will give him the feel of water on his body again.

    Take care Peter.

    Nanna B

  • hi nana b well mate our caravan is not adapted for me ]] \\ i will say the bed is a bit of a bind to get out of but we had plenty of time no rush or it will make it worse for your husband i dont know why i told you that \\ anyway you will have a great time and a good few laughs as well we have a shower and toilet and sink combined so ours is a bit of a sqeese as well but you manage it in the end failing that you can always have a wash down in the sink and just use a night bucket for the other bit that we all have to do \\\ theres ways and means for almost everything \\\\sorry to hear that your dad had a tumble mate on hes scooter he was very lucky to get off with a few cuts and bruises at hes age another strong one i suspect sounded like brighton with the cliffs where you walked thats a fair old hike 1 and a half klms without a push chair well mate say hi to your husband for me tell him to enjoy the caravan and if you do not fit in the shower so what \\ i am to big or arkward to go in mine without a hassle but i use it just the same have fun the pair of you

    take care peter jones queensland australia psp sufferer

You may also like...