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05-19-2013, 04:42 PM #31
Shadow Mrs. Buckwheat
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chuckle.gif A co-worker once made the mistake of telling me she always got the Smurf song stuck in her head. So when she did something goofy (quite often) I'd tra-la the tune lmao.gif
05-19-2013, 04:50 PM #32
White Ribbon call me
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(05-19-2013, 04:42 PM)Shadow Wrote:  chuckle.gif A co-worker once made the mistake of telling me she always got the Smurf song stuck in her head. So when she did something goofy (quite often) I'd tra-la the tune lmao.gif


you're evil.. i love it..

i call my ex, i live with, papa smurf..he has no idea what the smurfs are.. diff generation.. chuckle.gif
05-19-2013, 07:08 PM #33
Screaming Yellow Zonkers Member
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(05-19-2013, 04:30 PM)the white ribbon Wrote:  great info Medusa, hunneh bunneh.. i will be googling and researching all that you recommended..

you recommended for the admin on the other forum we were on, something for his cancer too.. what was that? or was it this? cause he was really impressed by it. he told me in a an email recently..

good info.. nice delivery.. you're a star.. love..


Some of this,yes.
He never messaged me back so .....I sent it before I left ,but never went into detail .

I've been drinking kombucha for years . It also affects ph balance .
Ph has huge affect upon us.
Cancer grows better in more alkaline ,and the heart does better in more acidic . .

I found while on the ambulance ,the more acidic the blood,the higher your chances of recussitation of someone in full cardiac arrest .
Acidic blood is better on many levels ,but can have other wide affects. Balance is the key .

The budwig,I've done much research on ,and much of the good stuff about both of these is white washed off the net by conventional Scum .
I believe budwig won a Nobel peace prize for this research,and its just ignored by western medicine.


I know about ip 6,via my connections in Asia with acupuncture and herbs.
Lots of their research never makes it west ,because of western beaurocracy .
Big pharm wants no one messing with burn poison and cut money makers.
Budwig erradicates brain ,lung,kidney ,lymphoma ,leukemia .
It floods the blood stream with oxygen ,which kills cells that don't belong .

As an herbalist ,despite it being chinese herbs,I look into many little known herbs.
There is another that works wonders,known as macela,from the amazon jungle.
Very hard to get it pure form .
In the west,they mix it with many other herbs in pills,which I do not recommend.
I would also say rhemmania and astragalus,would do JB well. Immunity boosters both ,but I dont want to overwhelm .
Those are both chinese herbs,and have chinese names too.
If anyone wants them,just ask.

But back too chaga,many mushroom have medicinal properties . Chaga can be viewed as parasitic,but it never hurts the tree.
Another highly regarded mushroom is reishi ,but I've done little work with it personally ,so I cannot comment.

If you go to the Sloan kettering cancer center site,they have an herbal listing .The man who runs the program ,is both an MD,and an acupuncturist ,Chinese herbalist . He's amazing.
The listing gives if they've tested the herb on cancer patients .It's indications,contra indications ,precautions with western meds. Their program is the primo integrative cancer program in the USA.
They do not use the herbs I use however .
They do have great successes tho .



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05-19-2013, 07:13 PM #34
Screaming Yellow Zonkers Member
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(05-19-2013, 04:04 PM)Shadow Wrote:  Awesome info Medusa! Thank you! hug.gif what a bonus you joined KB!
I tried bee pollen, it made me mildly nauseated 13.gif


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Thank you .Bee pollen straight. Yuh.
I wouldn't suggest more than a teaspoon full ,maybe twice a day,nixed in with something.
Juice ,yogurt . By itself,it might be overwhelming. I grind mine up . It's ok disssolved in drinks too .

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05-20-2013, 02:53 AM #35
White Ribbon call me
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@medusa..

i thought cancer grew better in an acidic state? oh god, we are all doomed..

05-20-2013, 04:39 AM #36
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(05-20-2013, 02:53 AM)the white ribbon Wrote:  @medusa..

i thought cancer grew better in an acidic state? oh god, we are all doomed..


I think there is conflicting info on line ,but it may depend upon the cancer. Many things thrive on both sides of the ph spectrum . In my mind,its better to be a little acidic .
When you are alkaline ,you can also be prone to hypoventilation .

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05-20-2013, 08:49 AM #37
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this one is long, but very very very worth it


05-20-2013, 11:39 AM #38
White Ribbon call me
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thanks.. ive just been looking at that doctors videos, and i like him, and this one is short, if the other one is too long for poeple..



05-20-2013, 11:48 AM #39
White Ribbon call me
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this woman had her bladder cancer healed by bicarb soda, by an Italian doctor, via email.. for free.. i have this doctors book, its called cancer is a fungus.. not the best book ever written, but its interesting.. this is his website: http://www.cancerisafungus.com/




05-20-2013, 09:14 PM #40
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THANK YOU ALL hug.gifhug.gif I am going to go thru the thead a little later..we had company over the weekend and i am tired..we didn't even go to the beer expo ..love and hugs to all beercheer.gif

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05-21-2013, 05:22 AM #41
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(05-17-2013, 09:07 PM)Octo Wrote:  Oh jeez JB! I thought you were kinda out of the woods. damned.gif

We should all learn to live every day as it was the last, because it might be for any of us. hug.gifhug.gifhug.gif

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