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Re: Weak liver because of cancer: DMSO could be used? 11 Sep 2012 17:09 #23093

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I'm so sorry to hear your father fell victim to the system and is also in denial.....tuff situation.

Just this july a colleague of mine related a story of his, to flush the liver and it was quite a success
but considering what your father went through already....I could not nor would not reco it for him.
I would expect the MMS or better yet CDS to do the trick for him! I hope you find a way to get him to drink it.

But I would reco it for anyone who is interested and who has not been cut up by surgeons, to consider;

www.amazon.com/Liver-Gallbladder-Miracle-Cleanse-All-Natural/dp/1569756066/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1347383105&sr=1-1&keywords=the+amazing+liver+and+gallbladder+cleanse+by+andreas+moritz
I recently came upon MMS and FGHP therapy at the same time. And NOW more recently, I stumbled into old therapies, like turpentine!
And I always support peoples right to choose whichever therapy they see fit to take!
augmentinforce.50webs.com/Turpentine%20Therapy.htm
youtube- daniels, why turpentine is good for your health most excellent info with instructions and warnings for proper preparation prior to using turp should you choose to do so.
diamond g in georgia was the best turp I found.
www.biologicaltherapeutics.com/documents/Scientists%20Trace.pdf
also check out the borax conspiracy about arthritis, worth your time to read.

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Re: Weak liver because of cancer: DMSO could be used? 13 Sep 2012 15:07 #23305

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I was so happy to receive replies from warm hearted people in this forum.

My father, at the age of 67, passed away on September 11, 2012. His neighbor, who teaches nurses and has been a nurse herself for decades, was amazed about that in spite of cancer everywhere in his body he never felt any pain. She knows he was taking MMS and MMS2 during his last few weeks. She said there may be possibilities MMS worked for some degrees to reduce pain for some reason. Rest of my family are all happy because my father passed away quiet just like he fell asleep.

Thank you all who sent love to my father. I could not help him but I believe in MMS. I will keep taking MMS, having my kids take MMS and recommend it to anybody who are interested. I will also keep learning about DMSO, alternative cares, improving mentality to stay healthy. I say again, thank you all.
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Re: Weak liver because of cancer: DMSO could be used? 13 Sep 2012 18:21 #23325

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I have worked some with lipoic acid and liposomal vitamin C in a liver patient to very good results. I would advise you to look toward Dr. Berkson MD and his protocol with damaged livers. His work with lipoic acid in regenerating livers is simply amazing. Here is an interview with him:

www.prescription2000.com/Interview-Transcripts/2010-01-22-burt-berkson-lipoic-acid-naltrexone-transcript.html

www.prescription2000.com/Staying-Healthy-Today-Radio-Interviews/2010-01-22-burt-berkson-lipoic-acid-naltrexone.html
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Weak liver because of cancer: DMSO could be used? 09 Nov 2021 04:22 #72321

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Pam,

You mentioned that Jim Humble said not to use DMSO if there are liver issues. I see no mention of this warning in the Health Recovery Guidebook. I looked at the index in the back of "DMSO Nature's Healer" by Morton Walker for any entries on liver and there is only one for liver cancer, which does not apply. The book is over 300 pages. Do you know which chapter covers the contraindication of DMSO if there are problems with the liver? Also, what did Jim say exactly and in which book?

Thanks,
franc
 

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Weak liver because of cancer: DMSO could be used? 09 Nov 2021 16:38 #72334

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Andreas Kalaker warns against using DMSO in the link below, but just with the E protocol and I would add the R protocol.

No warning on the other protocols.

E protocol starts at 09:39

R Protocol starts at  26:31

www.brighteon.com/2d54fbc4-d945-4367-a641-ea23fa09c768
 

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Weak liver because of cancer: DMSO could be used? 09 Nov 2021 19:56 #72337

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Thank you JimH1954. I was aware that DMSO is not a good idea for enemas. However, my question is regarding the comment that DMSO is contraindicated when there are liver issues.  I take this to mean that, for example, protocol 1000+ or DMSO ingestion is to be avoided in the presence of poor liver conditions. I would like to know where Jim mentions this and why.

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Weak liver because of cancer: DMSO could be used? 09 Nov 2021 20:48 #72338

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@cirrio70

I would like to get a concrete answer to that question too. I have DMSO on hand but have been reluctant to use it so far.

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Jim​​​​​​​

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