Posts Tagged: Agatha Thrash

The Irritated Stomach

by Agatha Thrash, M.D.
So common is an inflamed and overworked stomach that we rarely see one that is entirely free from irritation. Our society uses a large variety of common stomach irritants including ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, black pepper, vinegar, alcohol, nicotine, and caffeine drinks—to list a few. In addition to foods that contain an … Read more »

Kick Your Cold!

by Agatha Thrash, M.D.
The viruses of colds are always present in the nose and throat of most of the population, and the body’s condition makes one more easily infected at certain times. These viruses don’t strongly stimulate the body’s immune mechanism, nor do they produce a high fever or increased levels of white blood cells … Read more »

Kidney Failure

by Agatha Thrash, M.D.

Uremia is a condition caused when kidneys fail and waste products back up into the bloodstream. Normally, wastes are filtered out through thousands of tiny nephrons in the kidneys and channeled into small tubes leading to the urinary bladder, while the cleansed blood is turned back into general circulation.
Common substances we eat, … Read more »