Got bloodwork done yesterdayPosted on 03/21/12, 10:26 pm
I';m wondering, though, if any of the other people who do B12 shots get a rush of energy that lasts about 24 hours. I read on the internet that Revici put caffeine in his treatments, so I'm feeling a bit suspicious. I do shots that are a mix of B12 with something else that I have no idea what it is. And for the day after the shot (as long as I do enough heat and massage so my muscles don't tighten up and ache, which they did the first few shots) I feel amazing. I hope it's just the B12. I've read about all the Warhol people in the 60's going to Dr. Feelgood for what they thought was B12 and really getting meth. All this is probably my anxious mind wanting to know if what I'm doing is working...
So many times I've been hopeful and then the bloodwork came back unchanged or worse.
Reply #1 03/22/12 10:01am
I wish you the best with your lab results.
So, what is this treatment you are speaking of? Can you tell us more about it.... all I could gather from your post is that it sounds like injections that have B12 in them combined with something else. Does that sound about right?
If you don't mind me asking, could you please elaborate about this latest treatment you are tyring if you have the time? I'm curious as to what this treatment is supposed to do. How did you find out about it and how long have you been taking it?
Thanks in advance for your reply!
Reply #2 03/22/12 10:56am
Sorry if I seemed secretive; I jsut didn't want to be repetative. I wrote in an earlier post that it's Revici treatment and posted a long article explaining it (it's pretty scientific so I don't understand it, but maybe others could) I forget what thread it's under. Mak might know; she responded with a joke about V8 because I've been drinking tomato juice by the gallon to balance my ph. It's pills (which I have to make myself, putting the liquids into capsules), a liquid to drink, and the two things I inject. Then I take my ph before each meal. One is supposed to juice as well, but I lent my Vitamix to my parents when my Mom had cancer and my Dad ground a spoon in it. Can't afford to replace it just now.
He was a famous cancer guy in the 70's, started working with HIV and hep at the end of his life. He died at 101. I'm being treated by his great niece. My neighbor's father had end-stage Hep C, was given 6 months, and lived for ten years with his treatment (eventually died of liver cancer though)
Reply #3 03/23/12 1:03am
I have no idea what post that is under! LOL I'd have to look just like anyone else, unfortunately I don't hink a search brings up member groups, just DS groups. But I could be wrong on that.
Oh, by the way, juicing and vita-mixing are two different things. Vita-mix is a blender. People often argue about which is better, juicing or blending and actually, I do both. Juicing is for when you need a plethora of nutrients quickly, without the fiber. According to George Malkmus of Hallelujah Acres, who cured himself of colon cancer via the juicer, here's the deal: When you eat a carrot, almost all the nutrients are used up digesting the pulp. When you juice, almost all the nutrients go right into your blood stream and you actually can get a rush of energy from drinking fresh juice. Canned juice won't do that for you, which is why I made the V-8 joke. maybe? I don't remember.
Anything in a can is dead. The can is a coffin. I know, harsh, but true. Nutrition is lost during the canning, enzymes are killed and the food is dead. A certain amount of dead food is ok.....potatoes and rice are hard to eat raw, for instance. At the Gerson clinic, they juice, they eat lots of raw food, and when they cook, they use a slow cooking method, like the crock pot. I tried crock potting some soup yesterday and wow, it was so different from making it on the stove, bringing it to a boil, simmering it until it's done. You kill a lot of nutrients that way.
A good diet to aim for is 80% raw and 20% cooked.
I hope your Vita-Mix motor is still good. The jar costs about $100, and most of that is the blade assembly.
I keep an extra jar and blade assembly on hand. The bearings go out after awhile.
Reply #4 03/24/12 8:57pm
The whole Vita-Mix is history. After the spoon incident, my father, having no idea how much it cost, threw it out. I'm in another state, so by the time he told me, it was long gone. I understand what he was going through then, and part of me forgives completely. But I still get twinges when I want to make something that I'd need it for and don't hav e it. Even the mousse is a struggle in my cheap blender. When my business picks up, I hope to replace it, maybe used on Ebay.
Reply #5 03/25/12 12:41am
Aw shucks, that sucks!
My brother got a Green Star Juicer on EBay for about 1/2 what I paid for a new one.
If you are patient you can generally get a good deal. Good luck on that!
UNConventional treatments are for those who choose not to do Tx or can't do Tx or have done Tx and failed, and want to optimize their health. AVOID short term expensive treatments promising a cure, they can improve health, but none will eliminate the virus as far as we know. .... If you're young, healthy, and feel treatment will get rid of the virus, there are complementary treatments that help Tx work better.