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2 years ago  ::  Apr 20, 2013 - 5:26PM #12
nancy13
Posts: 168

Many things including " natural" can cause reaction, side effects or severe allergies. I agree withfurball I need meds after 20 years of being a diabetic. Nancy13

2 years ago  ::  Apr 19, 2013 - 6:56PM #11
furball64801
Posts: 6,977

That would be true lorraine if it worked,   I have never ever had anyting against   natural anyting except none of the numerous ones ever worked.     I have a long list of what I tried.   Anyone that control using a natural remedy more power to them.    When my bg is in the 300s    I need meds,   if others are close to 100 then they do not need meds.           Its been 29 yrs and yes I reduced carbs I was one of the first  28 yrs ago to know that carbs affected bg   and to those that listened  I spread the word. 

2 years ago  ::  Apr 18, 2013 - 9:49AM #10
lorraine7
Posts: 10

First off let me just say that Wikipedia is NOT a reliable source, however, the sources usually listed at the bottom of a Wiki post are.  Second, I believe who heartly with doing natural things!  I am in the process of getting my BS in Health and Wellness and I would much rather try a natural remedy first over allopathic medicine.  It is so much safer for us without side effects.  I will look at this naturopathic "cure".  Thanks for the post!


 


Lorraine

2 years ago  ::  Apr 15, 2013 - 3:06PM #9
dandan3
Posts: 2

hi gleen,                         


The T cell therapy is a course that goes for 26 days. Whether your case is severe or not, it is always 26 days for one course. The only difference is more courses are needed for hard cases.


Side effects ----- I have asked this question too.


There are no side effects. However, the naturopathic or supplier says there are about 1.3% who may be allergic and if I remember correctly about 1.7% who are sensitive. If allergy develops then therapy should stop but sensitive people can continue treatment.





I take pain relievers too like aspirin and ibuprofen and vitamins & minerals. All of these can


be taken with therapy.


I don't know about indomethacin, you have to ask the supplier about prescriptions and supplements.








2 years ago  ::  Apr 14, 2013 - 2:48AM #8
gleen
Posts: 1

hi dandan,


may I ask some questions.



Are there any side effects to taking this?




I had a concussion and am taking ibuprofen or indomethacin for pain and multi vitamins and probiotics.



Are there contraindications to medications and supplements?


2 years ago  ::  Apr 12, 2013 - 7:14PM #7
furball64801
Posts: 6,977

It looks like the same poster with a new name how novel is that.       Yeah they all work just ask them seen so much of this junk it is not funny.

2 years ago  ::  Apr 11, 2013 - 8:04AM #6
nancy13
Posts: 168

NO!NO!NO, thank you!!!!!!

2 years ago  ::  Apr 11, 2013 - 5:27AM #5
bob34
Posts: 1



I have read this article including how this remedy works.











The way this was written, it shows evidence, it gives sources  from Medical science and research and





reliable sources such as Wikipedia.





I think people should at least look this over because the links, references and evidence supplied make





sense and the evidence reinforces the discussion. The proofs are many and support the argument.








Of course, we should be careful of false ads.









But that part about success in animals has me thinking - because it is important.





I agree that many successes in animals usually lead to success in humans.  Following up on a success in animal




trial is a step in the right direction.












I believe that a remedy that has success in animals can be compared to baseball.








In baseball, there's a 1st base, 2nd base, 3rd base and home run.








The success in animals is at the point of 3rd base and just needs that extra something to get to the final





goal.












However, when we have encountered many false ads, & then the real thing that works comes along, we





may miss or mistake it for something else.








I think, this article should be allowed to remain and time will tell when people who have tried this will





come forward and give their experiences.





2 years ago  ::  Apr 09, 2013 - 9:30AM #4
sarahlouise
Posts: 148
type2

All for only $0.00 and if you call in the next 10 minutes we will double the offer.


Sigh the things they try to foist on the unsuspecting public.


I know Administration can't read every post (or maybe they can now with so few posts), but this is the kind of post that should be deleted.

2 years ago  ::  Apr 08, 2013 - 3:18PM #3
dandan3
Posts: 2

I agree many of the remedies being offered on the internet do not have much healing value.


When I read the info, I too had doubts since many do not work.



HOwever, this is different because animal trials that were successful usually means it will be successful in humans.



May I point out the Movie- "Working Girl" starring Melanie Griffith, Harrison Ford and Sigourney Weaver.



Sigourney plays the boss but Tess (Melanie Griffith) realizes there is a problem in an important case


and she and Harrison work it out together.   But it is Melanie who comes up with a brilliant solution.


Because Harrison realizes Melanie is right, he is able to get her idea to the right person.



A blood factor is the difference between failure and success.


That blood factor is possible with herbs.    But Modern medicine  will not use herbs, Today Modern medicine and herbs do not mix.



If you read the article, there is value and it is a successful formula.


I made the decision and got healing.




Dear Reader, I recommend you read the info on this formula.



Then   -       You make a decision.





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