Remedy: Gallium nitrate
Remedy (new) posted by David Niven Miller of Perth, WA, Australia on 29 May 2010 at 21:2 235
George Eby describes treating a patient with chronic kidney stone pain and urinary tract pain with a gallium nitrate drink. The pain had begun 5 years previously after contracting a life-threatening bacterial infection while working in a hospital as a nurse. Constant and severe kidney stone urinary tract pain and bleeding had occurred daily over that period.
Multiple tests failed to show evidence of urinary tract infection. Tests for nanobacteria were not performed. She had undergone many treatments over that period without success, and the gallium treatment was a last resort.
On the third day of consuming the gallium mineral water, her urine, previously clear and normal, appeared snow white and thick. Her kidney pain ceased and the blood in the urine was no longer visible. The pH of the urine was 8.5, and that together with the white colour was indicative of large amounts of calcium or other alkaline minerals. On the fourth and following days, her urine was normal again. There were no side-effects or relapses.
This case used 14% gallium nitrate (3.4% w/w gallium at 99.995% purity) aqueous solution from Recapture Metals Inc., Blanding, Utah, USA. Three and one-half millilitres of 14% solution (120 mg elemental gallium) were mixed with 2 litres of water to prepare a gallium mineral water drink. This gallium mineral water was consumed as the sole source of drinking water each day for three days. It has an astringent mouth-feel.
WARNING: gallium is highly toxic in high doses. Do not consume unless you are confident it has been diluted correctly.