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Turpentine 12 Jan 2021 22:24 #67509

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Martin, this is what I think now.

I would skip the Fenbenzadol and use the Turpentine as it says in the totaltruth.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Kerosene.pdf and dose: 1 tsp prior to eating in the AM and then maybe 1/2 tsp late in the PM. Apparently its really safe, according to that doc. Ive never done more than 1 tsp, the author of that doc recommends 1 TBL spoon in the AM prior to eating. I'm going to go up in dose and cut out the Fenbenzadole.

Get your hands on some: Zeolite, Clinoptilolite, or as Jim calls it "Clay". Be as careful with it as you would MMS and Turpentine (actually turpentine is probably the least worry some thing I take). Clay can make your howl in pain, (Herx) if you eat too much, too often, etc.. I had no idea. Jim was correct again!

Those and MMS2 would probably get your going towards getting well.
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Turpentine 12 Jan 2021 23:31 #67510

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If the above didn't get you healing, then you could always add in the Fen as soon as you were convinced you needed more tools fighting for you.

Thats how I should have done it, but I was so sick, I just did it all.

I cut out the Fenbenzadole today and I already felt that cold feeling again, its a sort of weird cool sensation in my left chest (Jim says is fungus and I think hes right, I think its fungus chemicals coming from my gut through my pancreas and into my non extant gallbladder) .

So I just upped my turpentine to 1.5 tbl spoon per day, 1-table spoon AM and .5 table spoon PM, and I'm going to take the Fen for a day or so too, then try again to see if I can improve without it.
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