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Old 02-20-2012, 11:52 AM
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I tried that. Could not tell if it worked at all.

Now, I prefer http://www.iherb.com/Arthur-Andrew-M...les/23714?at=0 The same can be found with a little better explanation. http://www.swnutra.com/syntol
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Old 02-20-2012, 12:11 PM
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I think what she mean as semi-systemic is that it is not causing open sores but is no longer yeast. It is fungus that has gone into tissue. ...She also says ibuprofen and aspirin work together. I found that it is said lactoferrin works synergisticly with antifungals as well but in large doses.

Reverse mutation will be hard I am guessing and require a lot of effort. .
That is an unreasonable meaning. Systemic means that it has gotten into the blood stream and migrate throughout the body. One reason why it ends up in the sinuses.

Reverse mutation is not hard depending upon where it is, how easy it is to get to. That's one reason why I say to use apple cider vinegar on your skin.
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Old 02-20-2012, 12:14 PM
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I tried syntol. I didn't notice anything more than fivelac. Did you see the small flowered willow herb link I posted?

Wondering what natmed people think of it and the site I posted.
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Old 02-20-2012, 12:21 PM
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Ya I hear sinuses is really a hard place. I feel bad for you. The prostate is another. I have been muscle tested and shown to have it there. I have seen things in muscle testing that is awesome but it still is 99% in my mind. Any thoughts on it?
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Anybody heard of small flowered willow herb? http://www.monteagleherbs.com/aprostate.shtml
I prefer to order herbs within the US, due to the large postage involved in international orders.

I have not heard of that herb, but beta-sistosterol is very easy to find and is very popular for its sterol function. Normally, it is good to use an herb whole due to other health related benefits. I can't remember why I had used it. I think it had to do with hair loss. I use other herbs for sterol functions now.
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Old 02-20-2012, 12:54 PM
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Ya I hear sinuses is really a hard place. I feel bad for you. The prostate is another. I have been muscle tested and shown to have it there. I have seen things in muscle testing that is awesome but it still is 99% in my mind. Any thoughts on it?
I have not done any muscle testing. I find it too objective. I did try bioenergy testing for 1 month for a year. Only found out that I have overgrowth of fungus, but not well defined as to location or type, such as candida. But I had no response to mercury or other metals except cadmium. I would not try this again.

I'm going to try NAET next. http://naet.com/index.html
Find a practitioner near you.. http://www.naet.com/subscribers/drnamerica.html
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Old 02-21-2012, 09:46 PM
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Looks a lot like what I have done. It is kinesiology really and I guess some practioners have different spin offs. That is my guess. Thanks again jfh.

Back to my treatment I am on day 5. I loaded with 18 grams over 4 days. My body tempatutre is up. I had intestine spazums. I also have had a lot of old dead skin come off my Johnson in higher amounts. My elbows look somewhat better.
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