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Published: 14 years ago
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Re: Liver function . . .

Charlie's new idea about the liver's role in the distribution of fluid pressures seems like it would tie into the flow of the lymphatic system. A stuffy unhealthy liver might then slow down and promote a sluggish lymphatic flow. Mr. Naessens, who invented the dark field microscope used to analyze live blood, has released only one product throughout his career, called 714X. This product acts directly on the larger lymphatic system through an injection in the lower torso, and on the smaller system through an inhaled version. There are two independent systems for lymphatic distribution. His success in treating numerous diseases has been remarkable.

I like to speculate, as Charlie knows, but the vital role of a healthy liver is becoming more and more apparent. It may render obsolete even a remarkable product such as 714X.

As for me, well I'm happy to report that the liver tonic arrived safely today, and I'll begin taking it at once.

p.s. Homegrown maybe you could start a new "pepto Bismol gallbladder flush" they would love it here!

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