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Tuesday, September 15, 2009


(Continuation of Part-11: Stone Diseases, Sex Problems & Several Others)

Most of these are new information that have never been told

by anybody, anywhere, and at anytime.

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20. Calcification of the Parathyroid Gland

Parathyroid glands are located at the thyroid gland. The sole function of this gland is to maintain the body's calcium level within a very narrow range, so that the nervous and muscular systems can function properly (Wikipedia, 2008).

This gland is bound to be influenced by the calcium excesses we have been talking about all this while.

Somewhat analogously (similar to the behaviour of the pancreatic gland (which completely withdraws the secretion of insulin when it is confronted by the excessive sugar intake (to create insulin dependent diabetes mellitus), it is quite probable that the parathyroid gland too behaves in an identical manner.

However, since the pituitary gland located at the brain too has a regulatory power in the control of the thyroid gland, that too tends to get influenced by the calcium excesses.

This subject is so elaborate and complicated that it deserves to be discussed at length in a different book on its own. Hence, I intend to leave this at this point.

21. Pre-mature greying

I have clinically observed hundreds of pre-mature grey hair cases during the past 38 years.

Two types of young people get pre-mature greying:

(a) Skeletal-looking people who consume excessive water (about 4 L or so), and over-urinate (about 14 times or more).

(b) Obese people, who under-urinate all the time (about twice or thrice a day).

The excessive urination removes (from the body) most of the nutrients, leaving the person highly nutrient deficient.

When the water-soluble iron mineral gets lost this way, the melanocytes (which are at the base of the hair, in the follicle) cannot produce the black pigments. This turns the hair grey.

When it comes to the under-urinating obese, the cause of greying is different from the above:

Excessive calcium build up within the body, by virtue of that being highly alkaline, prevents the absorption of iron from the foods that are eaten. This results in iron deficiency, and causes the pre-mature greying in young people. (The unabsorbed iron, in an unavailable form, gets lost in the faecal matter).

If a person having pre-matue grey hair is treated properly (by regulating the water consumption, urination, and the calcium build-up), the excessive calcium would get drained off from the body. As a result, the lower growing part of the grey hair turns black in the course of about 3 or 4 months time.

I correct this problem by giving about 2.5 litres of pure distilled water (not processed water) and train them to urinate once every two hours. In addition, they are expected to consume more of green leafy vegetables, cooked with garlic (so that acidity of the garlic will enhance easy absorption of the iron bound in the leaves).

22. Headaches
23. Iron-deficiency anaemia, and
24. Memory failure

If you make a random survey of obese people, you will come to know that almost all the people suffer from frequent headaches.

As I have described earlier, brain needs an adequate and constant supply of oxygen for its efficient functioning. (Food energy is another requirment.)

It is blood that carries the needed oxygen from the lungs and supplies to the brain.

The blood needs iron to build its red blood cells.

We know from the earlier explanations that iron from the foods will get lost without getting absorbed if the alkalinity of the medium happens to be very high.

The excessive calcium that gets retained within the body (because of the under-urination and chronic constipation), being very highly alkaline, disturbs the iron absorption to a significant extent, resulting in iron deficiency.

Therefore, any reduction in the availability of iron would reflect in the form of the following:
headaches, iron-deficiency anaemia, and memory failure.

Although there are many causes for the frequent occurrence of headaches (Palaniappan, 2005: Hair Problems: Causes, Cure and Prevention: Pages: 138-151), a correction of the under-urination and toileting habits of a person substantially reduces the headaches.

25. Body odour (Pungent sweat smell)

I am sure you never felt comfortable whenever you had to visit a public toilet.

Most of the not-so-well maintained toilets emit a pungent and repulsive urine odour. This is especially true for men's toilets.

The toilet smell would be unbearable if it is left unwashed even for a day.

The same thing happens to our body. The urine, since it carries urea, is bound to be smelly.

If we urinate as soon as we feel an urge in the urinal bladder, nothing happens.

If we delay urination for prolonged period, the brain withdraws the urine through the blood, and drives it out of the body in the form of sweat. As a result, our skin would start emitting the pungent odour.

If a man smells this odour from the body of another man, it will be quite repulsive and nauseating.

On the other hand, if a man gets it from a beautiful girl, he will start liking it. It is so because, the smell is perception-oriented. In this case, the odour becomes a secondary sex character (Palaniappan, 2007. Sex Problems: Causes, Cure and Prevention)..

However, withdrawal of urine from the urinal bladder and its excretion through the sweat pores is not the right thing. This resembles using an emergency exit in a bus as a regular entry/exit point.

This is especially so because, the urine that goes through the kidneys are properly checked. Whereas, the sweat does not eliminate the toxic substances, simply because they do not have the regulatory mechanism of the kidneys.

This will result in the accumulation of calcium and several other toxic substances within the body. All these will naturally end up getting stored in the cells there.

Some of the poisons thus retained will change even the morphology of the red blood cells and other components of the blood, which may not be good for the well-being of the person*.

(*Epilepsy, Parkinson’s Disease, etc. occur essentially because of the accumulation of these toxic substances. See Planiappan, V.M. 2007:Pages 151 and 213)

If a person is emitting body odour, it can be taken to mean that he/she is in the process of becoming obese, and getting lumps / tumours, heart diseases, stone diseases, diabetes, and the like, all because of the accumulated calcium excesses.

Bad odour does not exist in persons who drink abundant water (e.g., about 2.5 L) and over-urinate (e.g., more than 10 times daily). This group of people will never ever get any of those diseases.

In short, emission of body odour from a person would indicate that he/she is not a well-disciplined person, besides being lazy in his/her behavioural pattern.

26. Pimples, Bad Breadth, Psoriasis, Eczema, Acne and Warts

Apart from what has already been hitherto described, chronic constipation* also causes pimples.
(* Remember the definition for the word chronic constipation, given in earlier articles).

The hormonal changes in a person, as is believed, do not seem to have any relationship to pimple formations.

If the constipation happens to be severe, the pimple formation also appears to be severe.

Eating foods made of highly refined flour products, (e.g., chappathi, buns, cakes, biscuits, groundnuts, pistachio, chocolates, etc.) tend to increase the severity of the chronic constipation, and thereby the pimple formation.

Whereas, thick eating agar-agar jelly helps in easing the problem by consolidating the faecal matter stuck here and there along the colo-rectal region of the intestinal tract.

Total cure of the pimples requires repeated cleansing of the intestinal system with the use of some strong herbal laxative, at the rate of once a week for a month or so. Colo-rectal cleansing by several other safe methods too help substantially.

Subsequently, one should avoid giving room for chronic constipation altogether. (It would be better to remember eating over-ripe papaya fruits, groundnuts, chocolates, etc. can give rise to chronic constipation).

Pimples that develop in females during their menstrual periods have relationship to the re-absorption of the rancid-smelling menstrual fluid, due to its delayed expulsion*.

(*Such a delay occurs in obese women because of the calcium-accumulated enlarged soft cells of the cervical lining that is in between the vaginal tract and the uterus).

Again, this disorder too does not have anything to do with hormonal imbalance of any kind, as is popularly believed.

Certain forms of psoriasis and eczema appear to form because of this kind of chronic constipation. People with continued chronic constipation tend to get eczema often at the lower limbs (leg, below knee).

These too tend to get cleared upon correcting the defecation problem. Cleansing the colon at weekly intervals for a period of about 2 months should be sufficient to correct it.

I have observed the occurrence of acne and warts* in people with chronic constipation who frequently eat sea food, cooked without removing the intestinal contents (faecal matter). This includes cockerels, anchovies, prawns, crabs, etc.

(*People believe that this is caused by an 'organism' called Papillomavirus, which does not seem to be true. This virus, when present at the warts should be considered as a Secondary Invador, similar to E.coli present in the duodenal ulcer. See Palaniappan, V.M. 2007: Human Diseases: page 152).

The presence of bad breadth called halitosis, frequent release of foul-smelling gas (flatulence), occurrence of piles, colo-rectal cancer, high blood cholesterol levels called cholesteremia, etc. appear to have direct relationship to persistent chronic constipation and hyperacidosis.

27. Inflammation of the oesophagus (gullet)

People with chronic constipation are almost sure to develop inflammation of the gullet, and this makes it difficult to swallow foods.

Chronic constipation also spoils one's appetite. As a result, he/she may not want to eat food, even if happens to be a much likeable diet.

If the situation continues for a few days, the person would start losing weight.

Nauseating feeling and even vomiting would occur if such a chronic constipation is allowed to continue.

The remedy for this rests on cleansing the colo-rectal regions with the use of strong herbal laxative.


(a) With this, the current chapter dealing with “Stone Diseases, Sex Problems, and Several Others” comes to an end.

(b) However, PART-13 will have very interesting matters related to PALM SWEATING, ASTHMA & SINUSITIS.

Even if you don’t have any of these problems, please read, and you will find extremely useful knowledge for the prevention of any of these diseases, and also for the upkeep of excellent health.

(c) In addition to the above, in the interim article, I will try to give you some fascinating information.

OK, Bye,
Dr. Palani

LIST of REFERENCES & SOURCE for the above article are the SAME as for the earlier articles. I would provide the missed ones at the end of this Megaseries.

The DISCLAIMER given for earlier articles is applicable to this part as well.