Tuesday, January 29, 2013

How I avoided knee replacement surgery

I feel impressed to share this tidbit, though I realize it is out of the norm for this blog.

Some years ago I underwent two different knee surgeries: one for a torn ACL on my right knee, and a torn meniscus on my left knee. Neither knee have been the same since my surgeries. In fact, for a while I was in so much pain from inflammation that I was relying on Lortab to help me sleep. I found it quite odd that the pain bothered me worse at night, while I slept, than during the day. The doctor told me this was probably due to the messaging action of everyday movement keeping the swelling down, but when it became immobile the swelling, thus pain became worse. His solution was to keep me on pain meds and when that became unbearable, he recommended a partial knee replacement. Needless to say, I didn't like that answer.

On a whim, or perhaps it was inspiration--someone upstairs looking after me--I decided to try one of the home remedies mother had talked about. My mother had been involved, for as long as I could remember, in natural healing. I had inherited at her passing, a collection of her herbs and tonics. The one I felt impressed to take for my knee was a neutralizer by the Miracle II company.

I mixed this small packet of minerals in a gallon of purified water and took about a teaspoon to a tablespoon of it a day. I was blown away when about a week later my knee pain went away. I could sleep at night without taking pain meds. After my first gallon of neutralizer was consumed, I quit taking it. About a week later my knee started hurting again. So I resumed its consumption.

Last week I ran out of the neutralizer again, and low and behold, my knee started hurting again. It's too consistent to be a coincidence. I swear by the stuff. If any of you out there with knee pain want to look into it further, her is a link to the Miracle II site. Or you could do a google search on it, as many places sell MIRACLE II NEUTRALIZER.

1 comment:

  1. Wonderful! I'm trying it. Thanks so much, Carolyn!!!