Why sufferer? Reading about this 'tincture' was painful for me, despite the amazingly eloquent style of writing, above. I am double-posting my findings here because I have read, and heard nothing but depressing 'bs' about LYME.
The other day, I mentioned to Doug Oscard that the Doctors had killed my sister with Chemo. He reported his sister was dying of Cancer too. Worse yet, he said that the Doctor had long since informed her that they would NEVER be able to cure her Lyme disease; " -too imbedded."
Here's the method that Dr. Bill Deagle recommended:
You've got to start with "AlliMax Ultra." This stuff is the greatest thing I've ever tried for flu and colds. In fact, I suggest you *TRY* to get a cold once you get a bottle to prove it. Then, buy a second bottle, because I know you'll want to give most of the first one away to your family, and other disbelievers!
Second, and much more importantly, you MUST take "SuperSilver." This stuff could kill a virus from 40 yards away! It litrerally doesn't need to contact the cell in question, to -electrically- discombobulate the LYME, embedded between your cell walls.
But, the relief won't come right away. At about DAY 5, you will notice yourself having much more regular sleep and comfort patterns. Slowly, the rash-like stuff will dry out from under your skin, if it is a fairly young culture.
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In order that I might provide help for others, I've spent the past 1-1/2 years hitting the books, covering just 6 disciplines. "Organic Agriculture" is a mainstay, since my family's been doing it since 1964. To this 2" file, I've added about 30 pages of notes about Natural Healing. (Check Dr. Bill's show archives.) Although important, especially now, (since I'll never see another 'M.D.' except possibly to lecture to them,) my belief is that we need to race out and buy 'Heritage Seed.' In addition, we need to better understand the nutrition cycle and learn to read our taste-buds and our bodies.
Sadly, 9/10ths of the discourse on suppliments is veiled in bull, and it's too much to sort out while shopping at WholeFoods. You'd need a scanner and a mainframe computer to know what to buy. What works. What keeps. It's like this thing about 'sunscreen.' Here I thought I was safe with HawaiianTropic's PABA, and now I hear the island is toxic with DU, which doesn't fare well for DOLE, let alone the outdoor culture industries. According to Mike Adams, 'blueberries' are better sunscreen anyway!
Last on my list is my personal "cookbook," called "Cut to the Chase." I learned it doesn't translate well into French, but please do write me if y'all know of any tips that might help me get closer to a 19th Century lifestyle, nestled deep in the hills of Provence!