>>>WE ARE BACK NOW WITH A DEEP
DIVE INTO ONE OF THE MOST SERIOUS CRISES FACING PEOPLE IN
THIS COUNTRY. OVERDOSES.
NOW THE NUMBER ONE KILLER OF PEOPLE UNDER THE AGE OF 50.
MORE PEOPLE DIE FROM THAT THAN CAR CRASHES, HIV OR GUN DEATHS.
THIS WEEK, MSNBC JACOB TAKES YOU TO THE CENTER OF WHERE IT’S ALL
HAPPENING IN HIS THREE-PART SERIES.
ONE NATION OVERDOSED. HE JOINS ME NOW.
JACOB, A LOT TO TALK ABOUT HERE.>>YEAH, HALLIE, THAT EPICENTER
IS OHIO. OFFICIALS SAY THEY’RE ON TRACK
FOR 10,000 OVERDOSE DEATHS THIS YEAR.
THAT IS HIGHER THAN THE TOTAL FOR THE ENTIRE NATION IN 1990.
THEY BLAME A NEW DRUG THAT IS SO POWERFUL, YOU CAN DIE JUST BY
TOUCHING IT. DAYTON, OHIO.
THE WRIGHT BROTHERS BUILT THEIR FIRST AIRPLANES HERE AND CHANGED
AMERICA FOREVER. TODAY THE CITY IS AT THE CENTER
A DEADLY ONE SWEEPING ACROSS THE COUNTRY.
THE DEPUTY SAID THERE WAS A CAR ACCIDENT HERE AND THEY TOOK ONE
PERSON OUT OF THE VEHICLE WHO HAD 1,000 YARD STARE AND OUT OF
IT AND NOW HE’S IN THE BACK OF THE AMBULANCE HERE.
LITERALLY JUST WALKED IN TO CASH A CHECK AND YOUR BROTHER HAD
GONE AND TOLD THE PARAMEDIC HE WAS ON FENERAL.
WHAT DID HE LOOK LIKE? >>HIS EYES WERE GLOSSY.
COULD BARELY OPEN THEM. >>WHAT DID HE SAY TO YOU?
>>HE SAID HE LOVES ME. >>WHAT DID YOU SAY TO HIM?
>>I LOVE YOU, TOO. >>WHAT IS IT LIKE TO GO THROUGH
HELL. EVERY DAY IT IS HELL.
>>Reporter: OVER THE PAST TWO YEARS FENTANYL A SYNTHETIC
OPIOID HAS BEEN FLOODING INTO PLACES LIKE HERE.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. WHERE THE OVERDOSE DEATH RATE
HAS BEEN SKY ROCKETING. THROUGH JUST MAY, OVERDOSE
DEATHS IN THE COUNTY ALMOST HIT LAST YEAR’S TOTAL.
AND OFFICIALS ESTIMATE THIS YEAR’S FINAL NUMBERS WILL DOUBLE
THAT. >>WE’RE ON A PACE TO HAVE 800
PEOPLE DIE THIS YEAR DUE TO OVERDOSE IN OUR COUNTY.
PER CAP TAW WE LOST ALL OF OUR AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY.
IT’S DRIVEN BY THE LOSS OF A GOOD JOB.
PEOPLE I THINK THEY’RE DEPRESSED AND SELF-MEDICATING.
>>Reporter: PRESCRIPTION PAIN PILLS INCLUDING OXYCONTIN.
AND IN THEIR PLACE CAME HEROIN FROM MEXICO.
CHEAPER AND MORE POWERFUL. THEN A COUPLE YEARS AGO,
TRAFFICKERS BEGAN MIXING FENTANYL INTO THE HEROIN.
AND FENTANYL IS BY FAR THE MOST FATAL DRUG OF ABUSE AMERICA HAS
EVER SEEN. YOU LIVE AROUND HERE?
YOU SAID YOU HAVE A NICKNAME FOR THIS STREET.
>>MORGUE AVENUE. NOT MORGAN.
MORGUE AVENUE. >>WHICH HOUSES HAVE PEOPLE DIED
IN? >>WHICH HOUSES HAVE PEOPLE NOT
DIED IN. >>REALLY.
>>REALLY. I LIVED HERE FOR ABOUT FIVE
YEARS AND IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS, IT’S UNREAL.
I MEAN, IN 47 MINUTES THERE WAS ALREADY NINE DEATHS.
>>IN 47 MINUTES. PEOPLE ARE DYING FROM WHAT?
>>DRUGS. >>AS THE DEATH RATE SKYROCKETS
THE BODIES COME TO DR. KENT HARSHBARGER WHO PERFORMS TESTS
TO DETECT TWO DOZEN VILES. THIS IS WHAT YOU CALL THE
COOLER. >>THIS IS OUR MAIN COOLER.
>>WHEN DID THE BODIES ALL AROUND US COME IN HERE?
>>OVER THE LAST 24 TO 48 HOURS.>>AND EVERY, EVERY DAY BODIES
ARE CYCLING THROUGH HERE? >>CORRECT.
THESE TRAYS WILL MOSTLY BE FULL BY TONIGHT.
>>WHAT IS THE PERCENTAGE OF THE BODIES THAT ARE IN HERE RIGHT
NOW THAT ARE OVERDOSE DEATHS FROM HEROIN OR FENTANYL.
>>AVERAGING 60% TO 70% OF THE CASES ARE OVERDOSE.
>>70% OF THE PEOPLE IN THIS ROOM PROBABLY DIED OF FENTANYL?
>>THAT’S CORRECT. >>IF YOU CAN EXTRAPPIALATE FROM
THE NUMBERS YOU SEE HERE, HOW MANY PEOPLE ACROSS OHIO ARE
GOING TO BE KILLED BY FENTANYL THIS YEAR?
>>WE’RE ESTIMATING ABOUT 2,000 OVERDOSES THIS YEAR.
IF THAT CONTINUES. THAT’S ABOUT 10,000 FOR THE
STATE OR MORE. >>HOW IS THAT NOT A MASS
CASUALTY EVENT? THAT IS MULTIPLES OF 9/11.
>>IT IS A MASS CASUALTY. THIS IS NO DIFFERENT THAN SOME
KIND OF MASS CASUALTY EVENT IN ANY OTHER FORM.
JUST AST A MEDICAL EVENT. >>A MEDICAL EMERGENCY.
>>I BELIEVE SO. IT NEEDS TO BE RECOGNIZED THAT
WAY TO BRING SOME FEDERAL ASSETS TO HELP US.
>>HALLIE, DOCTORS IN THAT MORGUE ARE JUST ABSOLUTELY
EXHAUSTED. THE CORONER WANTS THE FEDERAL
AND STATE GOVERNMENT TO DECLARE A MEDICAL EMERGENCY THERE AND
SEND SUPPORT TO HELP MANAGE THE DAILY DEATH TOLL.
UNLESS DRUGS ARE TAKEN OFF THE STREET, THAT DEATH TOLL WILL NOT
GO DOWN. YOU’RE TAKING A LOOK AT THAT
RIGHT NOW. FROM WHERE AND WHY THOSE DRUGS
ARE FLOWING INTO DAYTON AND THE COPS TASKED WITH TAKING IT OFF
THE STREETS EVERY SINGLE DAY. >>JAKE WITH THAT DISTURBING
STORY FOR US. HE WILL JOIN US HERE ON THIS
PROGRAM FOR THE SECOND
We hear about malnutrition in the world news,
but it’s not just a problem in other countries. Malnutrition is a hidden epidemic in the United
States, that is under-recognized and under-treated. Malnutrition occurs when the body doesn’t
get the right balance of nutrients and calories that it needs to stay healthy. This doesn’t
just happen to people who suffer from hunger, or who don’t have access to healthy food.
Malnutrition can happen to anyone. So, who is at risk? Older adults are at an increased
risk because as we age our dietary needs can change, our sense of taste and smell may weaken,
digestive systems may slow, chewing or swallowing problems may develop, and the ability of our
bodies to absorb nutrients can decline. People with chronic disease are also at risk. These
diseases can reduce appetite, make it physically difficult to shop, cook, and eat, make it
hard to remember to eat, and change metabolism and digestion. And their treatment and management
can require dietary restrictions, as well as medications that cause appetite-reducing
side effects. Malnutrition can lead to hospitalization, and hospitalization itself puts people at
risk. Surgeries and other procedures may require that patients follow restricted diets, or
not eat. Illnesses and procedures can decrease appetite. And people may eat less because
they don’t like their food choices, or are worried or depressed. This can all happen
at a time when people may need more nutrients than usual to promote healing and recovery.
Living in a nursing home or other long-term-care facility also raises risk. Residents are more
likely to have multiple chronic diseases and conditions that complicate nutrient needs
and the ability to eat. They may also be socially isolated or depressed, or lack interest in
food, and depend on staff for help with eating. The consequences of malnutrition are serious.
Without proper nutrition our bodies can’t stay healthy, fight off disease, or deal with
illnesses that we already have. It weakens our immune systems and leaves us vulnerable
to infections, and slower recovery and wound healing. It also causes weight loss and muscle
loss that can lead to frailty, falls, and broken bones, disability, loss of independence,
and complication of other diseases. Disease-related malnutrition is often associated with protein
deficiencies which can result in loss of muscle mass and strength. This can be very serious
and cause or worsen sarcopenia, the progressive loss of skeletal muscle as we age. And the
consequences are far-reaching. Malnourishment while hospitalized often leads to longer stays,
higher infection rates, higher hospital readmission rates, worse outcomes, and death. And the
increased economic burden in the U.S. for disease-associated malnutrition in older adults
is more than 51 billion dollars each year. Thankfully, malnutrition can be treated. Involving
the whole health care team in treatment is vital and may include treating the underlying
cause of malnutrition if possible, changing the diet to work around restrictions or provide
foods with more calories and protein, offering social services like in-home support, meal
delivery, community-based nutrition programs, and access to food. People with disease-associated
malnutrition, or in hospitals or institutions, may take oral nutrition supplement drinks,
for easy access to needed nutrition. In some cases, tube feeding or IV nutrition is necessary.
With malnutrition it’s important to remember that people of any body size or type–even
those who are overweight or obese–can become malnourished. So it’s not the weight alone
that counts. Healthcare professionals may not always recognize the signs of malnutrition.
The symptoms may be subtle and may be dismissed as a normal part of aging. So start the conversation
if you or a loved one experiences sudden unintended weight loss and/or loss of appetite and decreased
food intake. Those are the two main symptoms but people who are malnourished may also experience
other symptoms. Request a consultation with a dietitian to be sure that you are getting
enough nutrients. If you have a chronic disease that impacts your nutrition, have regular
discussions with your health care team about your nutritional status. And be sure to ask
for a nutrition plan before a hospitalization so you can make sure you don’t lose weight
during your stay. Discuss a nutrition plan for home before you are discharged so you
don’t lose weight during your recovery. The hospital dietitian can help you connect with
community nutrition programs, such as home-delivered meals and nutrition counseling. For more information
visit the following organizations on-line. And visit the Alliance for Aging Research
– This is the device
that would make you legal in Ohio to smoke flower. – [Interviewer] US Veteran Paul Lubell says he used to vape THC, but now he uses this
device to consume marijuana a different way. Lubell stopped vaping because
he was one of the thousands of people across the US
who became seriously ill after vaping THC. But, this 59 year-old
Cleveland area resident doesn’t fit the profile
of most of the people who have contracted
vaping-related lung injury. Most are young, under the age of 35. But some older people like Lubell are using e-cigarette devices
in search of pain relief. – You’re seeing me at a good day but yesterday I was a wreck. I was not able to function the entire day. – [Interviewer] Lubell says he’s not sure when his problems started but he wonders if it
is related to his days on a Navy helicopter rescue team. Do you miss those days? – I do. It was fun. I had a great time. And I was good at what I did. Everybody wanted me. – [Interviewer] Lubell says in trainings and offshore rescues, he sometimes jumped off the helicopter, smacking into the water. That could have been the genesis
of some of his back pain. He’s had two back surgeries and suffers from serious neck pain. Lubell says he’s tried many
medications looking for relief, including opioids like hydrocodone, but that’s not an option now. – So this is my battery
of pills that I take. The VA is not a friend of opioids at all unless you’re coming out of the hospital for surgery or something like that. They do not give vets opioids. – [Interviewer] After
he couldn’t get opioids, Lubell says he was a in tough situation having to decide how
to deal with his pain. He started using an e-cigarette device with pre-filled THC cartridges
that he got from a friend. – And when I say it took away pain, it was almost instantaneous. It made me capable of
doing my daily activities. It made me capable of doing
other things normally. – [Interviewer] When people vape, they attach a small cartridge that’s filled with THC on
top of an e-cigarette device. When they inhale, it pulls the THC and other liquids in the
cartridge over a heating element. When they exhale it
creates a cloud in the air, which is different from
smoking marijuana other ways. – It doesn’t have a stench to it. You could do it out on the streets. Again, it doesn’t have that, uh, what’s the word I’m looking for? Stigma. – [Interviewer] But in July, a few months after he started vaping
with the THC cartridges, Lubell ended up at
Cleveland’s Veterans Hospital Emergency Department. – He had this cough that was persistent. He just looked very, very sick. – [Interviewer] That’s Dr. Amy Hise, who was on the team of physicians that treated Lubell at the VA. – He was put on very strong
broad spectrum antibiotics. And yet he continued to have fevers, he continued to feel unwell, he had very flu like symptoms. – [Interviewer] Lubell seemed
to improve and was released. But then he grew ill again in late August. Dr. Hise says she was surprised when he came back to the
emergency department. By then, however, she had
seen a newly released alert from the Centers For Disease
Control and Prevention about the vaping illness. Lubell, had also seen reports in the media about this quickly spreading
problem related to vaping. – He was forthright
that he had been vaping, and indeed what had happened
is when he was in the hospital before he’d stopped vaping, he stopped for a period of time until he started to feel better. And then he started it up again and that’s when his
lung disease came back. – [Interviewer] Lubell
says even though vaping eased his pain, those two bouts
of sickness were too much. He won’t vape again. Dr. Hise agrees with that decision. – I think there’s just
too much that’s not known about what’s in these
products to safely use them. – [Interviewer] But Lubell is not alone in turning to marijuana
for pain management. Medical marijuana is legal
in Ohio for chronic pain, says Dr. Melinda Lawrence, pain management specialist
at University Hospitals. Many patients are telling
her they are trying it. – This is one in the most common questions that we get in clinic. I mean people ask us everyday about this. So I think patients
are really aware of it. But I think in terms of
from a medical standpoint, we don’t have those specific data, so I think there’s a lot of unknown in terms of marijuana and how it can play with chronic pain. – [Interviewer] Even though some patients say it works for them, there’s not enough research to prove it’s broadly effective, she says. Lubell, who has a medical marijuana card, is still planning to use
marijuana but he won’t vape. He gave his equipment and THC packets to health officials for analysis. As federal officials continue to search for the specific cause of
the vaping lung illness, they strongly recommend that
people don’t use e-cigarettes or vaping products that contain THC.
Hello and welcome to today’s video if
you’re new here my name is Meredith and this is a channel about living life with and
beyond a chronic illness. So today in honor of Dysautonomia Awareness Month
I’m going to be showing you all of my chronic illness essentials so these are
gonna be all the items that helped me feel better
physically and emotionally when my pots is getting the best of me.
So my first essential that I’m going to show you is my water bottle and this is
absolutely an essential for me because when you have dysautonomia it’s
important that you’re getting almost twice as much water as the average
person. So going off of the hydration theme the next chronic illness essential
that I want to share with you is an electrolyte beverage now brand doesn’t
really matter as long as you’re getting your electrolytes
these are Nuun tablets, they go in water and create an electrolyte beverage. I
haven’t tried these yet but I’m pretty excited to. I am currently in the midst
of trying to find the perfect electrolyte beverage for me and I’m
gonna try a bunch of different electrolyte beverages out and make a
video about my favorites and my least favorites and if you have any
recommendations for that definitely leave them in the comments below I would
love to try them and let you guys know what I think! My next chronic illness
essential is my blood pressure monitor and this is my personal blood pressure
monitor that I keep at home it comes in a nifty case and I just you know put it
on my arm and it gives me a blood pressure reading, um you know, you don’t have a stethoscope or anything it does it all for you so I definitely recommend
having one of these around if you’re someone who has POTS or another form of Dysautonomia and your blood pressure is something that you’re always a little
worried about. This is my medical ID which I consider to be absolutely
chronic illness essential. It says my name and it says my diagnosis’s on the
back of it, that way if I were ever to pass out somewhere,
medical personnel will be able to know what’s wrong with me and that I pass out
quite frequently. On the back of my medical ID it says a parenthesis wallet
card and that will lead them to knowing all sorts of information that’s on this
wallet card like my medical conditions, my allergies, medications and because, you
know, I’m on too many medications to list on here with my diagnosis’s, it’s
important that I have this card that lets them know all of that sort of
information and so I have a few different color bands I have a white one
a very light kind of ballet pink one and I also have a green one and so when I
get kind of sick of this one instead of having to buy a whole new medical ID
what I can do is I can just switch out the band to suit my moods so I don’t
always have to buy a new medical ID every time I’d get kind of bored of the
style of my medical ID which is what I really love about this style in addition
to the fact that it is… *sirens in background* ooo someone hopefully is wearing a medical ID. It’s
also waterproof which is great. I don’t don’t worry about it getting messed up
every time I wash my hands and because it’s rubber it’s super comfortable and
doesn’t get caught in anything while I’m dancing or performing during rehearsal.
My next chronic illness essential is my wheelchair and my wheelchair is
something that I have implemented into my daily life, with the chronic
illness for about three years now I use it pretty much whenever I am outside of
the house. It’s really allowed me to have a lot more freedom, um, I can do so many
more things now that I have a wheelchair whereas I used to not really be able to
get at the house very much, now I can get out of the house
and go grocery shopping or do the things that I have to do and I’m also able to
perform because of my wheelchair. My wheelchair specifically is a colors
wheelchair and it’s a custom rigid frame wheelchair. It’s set up to be as light as
possible to eliminate any fatigue that I might experience from my POTS. It’s also
meant to be a little tippy so that I can do wheelies and maneuver my wheelchair
very easily which helps it be more conducive to dancing which is something
that’s really important to me. So in addition to having a manual wheelchair,
I also have a power assist, specifically I have a smart drive which I absolutely
love and the reason I chose this kind of power assist
because I love the fact that when I’m having a great day and I don’t need it I
can take it off of my wheelchair but if I know I’m going to be out all day and
I’m going to be using a lot of energy or going up a lot of hills, I just hook this
onto the back of my wheelchair. So basically how it works is that I have a
wristband and I turned this on I turn this on and I will hit it twice on my
wheel and that will make it go and when it’s at the speed that I desire I tap it
again and it will continue moving at that speed. You can kind of think of a
power assist not being an electric wheelchair but rather being cruise
control for your wheelchair. So these I’ve shared in my travel tips video but
I think they’re worth sharing again. These are called seed bands and
basically they press on pressure points on your wrist and help alleviate nausea
and this is really great for car sickness as well as just any nausea you
might experience some side effects or just as a symptom. I try to use these as
opposed to maybe taking some sort of medication because who wants to take
extra medication when you don’t have to so this is always kind
of like my first line of defense. Speaking of nausea, my second line
defense is always some ginger tea and I like ginger tea whenever I am having any
sort of digestive issues because it really helps alleviate some of my nausea,
which is always good, and then if neither of those work I bring out my heating pad
and my heating pad I got at first and didn’t think I’d use it all that often
but it has absolutely become essential in my day to day life. I use it whenever
I am having any sort of digestive issues I just laid down and put it over my
stomach. I also use it when my muscles are tight and sore. This one I love
because it is long. I definitely recommend getting a long one over just a
smaller one I like you because if I’m laying on my side I can cover my stomach
and I can get my back too at the same time if my back is sore and my stomach’s
not feeling good, I don’t know, I like it for that or I can lay down on top of it
and it, this is, you know, the length of my entire back. This has four
different heat settings and it also has an automatic shut off after two hours so
it doesn’t cause a fire or anything like that. So definitely make sure you’re
getting one that has an automatic shutoff because trust me you’ll just
like burn up if you fall asleep with it on or something like that it’s no good.
So if you’re gonna get a heating pad I definitely recommend getting a long one
and getting one with an automatic shutoff, and you’re just, you
don’t know what you’re missing out on if you don’t have one because they’re just
great, they’re just great. Thank you so much for watching today’s video. I hope
that you’ve enjoyed this month of Dysautonomia Awareness videos. I know
that I’ve loved curating a month’s worth of awareness content for you. If you’ve
enjoyed it definitely let me know by giving this video a
thumbs up and letting me know in the comments below either which video was
your favorite or future Dysautonomia content that you want to see if you
haven’t already definitely hit the little red button and subscribe because
I’m going to be making lots more Dysautonomia videos in the future. I
hope you have a great rest of your Dysautonomia Awareness Month. I’ll see
you next week! *”Echos” by St. Nothing plays*
(coughs) – Ah, everyone’s favorite
past time, the flu. Alright, well it sucks. But at least you get to
lay in bed all day and veg while watching some Netflix. But have you ever
wondered what is the flu? Like why do we get it as humans? Well, in this Facts in Five, I’m going to explain everything
that you need to know about the flu in five minutes or less so that hopefully, you can avoid it. The flu may seem like just an annoyance or maybe even an excuse
to miss work or school. But the truth is it should
definitely be taken seriously, and for reasons that
you might not realize. So if you think you knew
everything about the flu, keep watching because this
is going to surprise you. This is Facts in Five, all about the flu. So what is the flu? A virus that attacks the
lungs, nose, and throat. The flu is a highly
contagious respiratory illness that ranges in severity, from a sickness that bothers
you just a little bit to one that can be so severe that in rare cases, it can absolutely kill you. Human beings contract
the flu through contact with the influenza virus. And once infected, opens up
the door to other infections including pneumonia and
other lung infections that can be devastating
in the upper airway. In short, yes, the flu
is an inconvenience, but it can be a dangerous,
life threatening virus that should be prevented and
avoided whenever possible. And you thought it was
just a little sniffle. Who does the flu affect? Believe it or not, thousands and thousands of people have actually lost their lives due to the unpredictability
of the influenza virus. This is because some people
are much more susceptible to it than others, including the elderly, young children, pregnant women, and those who suffer from
other health conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and respiratory illnesses like asthma. Complications which can lead
to severe internal damage and even death tend to more
so affect seniors over 65, people with weakened immune systems, and children under the age of seven. So if you’re in that middle group, you’re not likely to die from it. This is why there’s such a
large campaign every year for people to get their flu shot. Where does the flu come from? Watching this video (coughs). No, I’m just kidding (laughs). As we’ve already discussed, the flu is unpredictable. And with that uncertainty
comes the possibility that you’re actually spreading the virus before you even know that you have it. See, the flu is spread through
internal contact with fluids produced by the infected
person’s respiratory system. Yeah, that’s right. When you get the flu, it’s likely because droplets
from another person’s body have found their way into yours. (gags) That’s kind of gross. This can occur for many reasons, when you speak, cough, sneeze, or… (puckering) kiss. Sometimes the virus can even make its way through our clothing and hands by touching someone who’s infected or a surface that a
person that is infected has recently touched, like a work phone, or a keyboard, or even someone’s cellphone. After that, a simple touch of
the eyes or rub of the nose, and the infection has found
its way into your body. At that point, it’s your
immune system’s fight. Better hope it’s trained like Rocky, or you’re gonna be pukin’ for a while. So when do you know that you have the flu? Well, most times it’s pretty obvious, but we won’t get into
the specifics of that. As the flu virus attacks
your respiratory system, a number of symptoms can
start to reveal themselves. These are generally pretty obvious, like a sore throat, a cough, being stuffy, congested, or having a runny nose, aches throughout your body including head and muscle fatigue, fever, chills, and well,
even vomiting and diarrhea. Yeah, but like I said, you can spread the flu to other people without even know that you have it. So if you’re feeling
more sluggish than usual, it might be worth a trip to
the doctor, just to be safe. Why is it that some can avoid the flu? Well, according to many
scientists and doctors, getting the flu shot is the best way to avoid contracting the virus. However, if you don’t like
needles, myself included, there are many other
ways to stop influenza. For instance, taking the
care to wash your hands as often as possible will greatly prevent the
spreading of the disease. Also, making sure that you
sneeze into your shirt or coat is a very common and very helpful way to stop the spread of the disease. And of course, if you’re
sick, don’t be a jerk. Stay home from school or work. Don’t get other people sick. Just deal with it yourself and move on. Just don’t spread it to other people ’cause ain’t nobody got time for the flu. And that’s it. Hopefully you guys stay away from the flu. But if you got something
out of this video, be sure to click that Like button. And be sure to subscribe to my channel so that you can catch my next video. That’s it, be well. Make sure you don’t cough on me, ’cause I got videos to make. Love your faces. Bye.
You can find thousands suffering from knee pain. So many medicines have been developed but they are still at pain even after operation When I came to know fmr PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee will be undergoing a knee surgery in America , I tried to stop him but the message never reached him He underwent a surgery for knee pain .As a result of side effects of pain killers , antibiotic etc now he has lost his memory I pray with folded hands , avoid surgery at all costs . A beautiful remedy is in our hands now Mixture of Piparmool (Piper Longum) powder , Turmeric powder , Fenugreek powder – etc etc Had this formula been in the hands of a pharma company they would have earned billions But I am revealing it openly , why should our money go out of the country We have made packets of 15 day doses each wet 10 gm of this mixture in water overnight in a glass of water Boil it till it becomes half a glass , strain & drink in the morning Relief would start within 10-15 days but drink this for 25-30 days Any type of knee pain , pain anywhere else in the body all vanish