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Author:  RandyB
E-mail:  brown3@arn.net
Date:  10/22/2008 8:03:43 AM
Subject:  the medicine man
Message:  Lynn and I were devastated by the news of so many illnesses and deaths on the board. I think I would be remiss if I didn't make another Dr. Brown post. I have been searching over the last year for remedies for Alzheimer's, which has taken my mother very quickly in the past year. In the research, I found three very remarkable natural cure-alls that work on a variety of problems. They are by no means meant to replace a doctor's care and advice, but I have tried all three without marked side effects. I'll list them here and let you do the research for yourself. I am not sick myself, but I never recommend anything unless I try it myself to find out the side effects. The three things I found are as follows:

Essiac Tea: Rene Caisse's formula that she cured over five thousand terminally ill cancer patients with in early nineteen hundreds sent to her by doctors who had given up on curing the patients by conventional means, over a twenty year period. A mixture of 4 naturally occurring plants.

Dandelion/ dandelion root:rejuvenates the blood, liver and urinary system. May cause mild stomach discomfort for first few days. The root, if dried and ground in a metal container and taken in capsule form has been said to cure many forms of cancer.

Turmeric: Yes, the spice! One of the most powerful antioxidants on the planet. Cures dang near everything and after 30 years of suffering with Excema, Turmeric has mine under control. Medical studies are abundant on Turmeric and very little fault can be found. The active ingredient is Curcumin and the Turmeric taken must be at least 95% curcumin.

I am not trying to diagnose, or treat, cure, or say these will prevent any disease, nor would I attempt to do so, but I urge all of you to check these out on the web, as there are both pro and con on each, but all medicines, natural, or otherwise work 60/40 on each of us depending on our personal make up.

Just passing these along and hoping it might help some. I can provide informative links on the latter concoctions, if it will help.

You are all in our thoughts and prayers daily. Live healthy and long.
Love from Texas

 the medicine man by RandyB  at 10/22/2008 8:03:43 AM
 Re: the medicine man by Judykins  at 10/22/2008 8:29:52 AM
 Re: the medicine man by andrew p at 10/22/2008 8:58:31 AM
 Re: the medicine man by Bree Wilson Stone at 10/22/2008 9:58:23 AM
 Re: the medicine man by Bill Smith  at 10/22/2008 11:08:31 AM
 Re: the medicine man by susie g at 10/22/2008 11:59:10 AM
 Re: the medicine man by Karen R  at 10/22/2008 2:22:02 PM
 Re: the medicine man by Ginny G.  at 10/23/2008 12:37:02 PM