Your best defense against today's (and tomorrow's) global health threats is a strong immune system. Yet, too many still remain uninformed about the best protocols to prevent illness and defeat diseases like autoimmune disorders, cancer, heart disease and
the looming threat of "superbugs," which are on pace to be MORE deadly than any other health condition.
It's time to give your immune system what it needs to protect your health!
All forms, Death by Medical is the leading killer. Taken
in pieces, Hospital Infections are the forth leading killer.
I have had allopaths save my life three times. But now-a-days
you really have to use a lot of discernment before you
go to see them. Superbugs killed both my in-laws.
Customer of mine lost her mother due to a punctured colon
from a colonoscopy. Anther lost her mother to rat poison
(blood thinners) when she hit her head. Gee Wiz, where
is any evidence/study that actually shows that rat poison
increases longevity after a heart attack?
On Sunday, February 17, 2019 at 12:02:57 AM UTC-5, T wrote:
Another lie. When you're seriously ill, call a hippie.
And you show your appreciation for them, for doctors, for medicine
by coming here and spreading lies.
When did this new wave come about? 2015? 2010? 1990?
A hallmark of the Trump method. Cherry pick some very limited data and
ignore all the rest that shows otherwise. I don't know a single person,
nor have I heard from anyone I know about someone they knew, that died
from a superbug. So, superbugs must be just BS, a myth, made up to generate
money. See how that works?
You sure have a lot of people that have problems around you, don't you?
I'm sure there is plenty of scientific evidence complete with studies
that show that warfarin works, but you'd have to actually read them and
that would interfere with your anecdotal story telling, where you blame
bad outcomes on whatever you please that agrees with your ignorant,
The study I saw, which have since been scrubbed from the web, was
their application to the FDA to be accepted as a drug. The study
had the typically target and control group. But both groups had
to use intervention drugs when the folks got in trouble. Kind
of destroys the test but they weren't just going to let them
So, the result was intertwined with all kinds of interventions.
When you got to the conclusions page, and could sift through
all the obfuscations, there was no difference between the control
group with all its interventions and the target group with its
interventions as well.
So, they use this deadly poison anyway. Me thinks that the number
of folks killed by this drug are far greater than those saved
by it. But where would you find such data ... (That was not a
By definition, allopathic drugs are controlled dosages of poisons
meant to have a beneficial effect on your body. Rat Poison has
got to be the worst or best example, depending on how you want
to look at it.
By the way, from an engineering standpoint, I have to add that
values are designed to work with certain viscosity of fluids
and don't always work so well when you go outside design parameters.
On Sunday, February 17, 2019 at 11:32:47 PM UTC-5, T wrote:
Your killfiles are extensive. It's how people like you and Trump get to
be the way you are. Shut out all that doesn't agree with your preconceived
views. Turn instead to fringe sources that just confirm what you already
On Sunday, February 17, 2019 at 6:14:28 PM UTC-5, T wrote:
Where exactly is that defined? More misleading nonsense and always with
the rat poison BS. How about salt, potassium or even water?
All are necessary for life, but "poison" at high dosages if you take
enough. And I suppose all the herbs and "natural" crap that people
who believe your BS take are safe in whatever quantities you choose
to ingest? No one ever died from taking those, right?
At least the drugs have been tested.
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