Do you have any herbal doctors in War...
Joshua

Canton, OH

#103 May 4, 2009
These quacks prey on desperate people. That's how they make money. I worked with a woman who went to Reuben because her health insurance did not pay for a cataract operation. I watched her put some stupid drops in her eye every hour on the hour for weeks. He told her this would dissolve her problem. Well, she was much poorer and still blind when she finally saved enough for the REAL treatment. If someone who is fat comes in they say hummmmmm....you have high blood pressure and joint problems. I think it's funny that "who cares" says iridology is taught by accredited natural health colleges...accredited by whom???? Themselves!
Eyeroll

Alliance, OH

#104 May 4, 2009
LOL it's like being a "trained" fortune teller!!
who cares

Greenville, IN

#105 May 4, 2009
Joshua wrote:
These quacks prey on desperate people. That's how they make money. I worked with a woman who went to Reuben because her health insurance did not pay for a cataract operation. I watched her put some stupid drops in her eye every hour on the hour for weeks. He told her this would dissolve her problem. Well, she was much poorer and still blind when she finally saved enough for the REAL treatment. If someone who is fat comes in they say hummmmmm....you have high blood pressure and joint problems. I think it's funny that "who cares" says iridology is taught by accredited natural health colleges...accredited by whom???? Themselves!
How many different names are you going to come up with to say the same thing? If you could get your head out of your ass long enough, you could research the natural health colleges and their accreditation. You have never answered my question about why all this matters to you. You obviously have lost a lot of business to people like Reuben and it makes you bitter and vile. I have no stake in this argument so I'm out of here. Whine and cry because of your losses all you want.
GunsNammo

Haubstadt, IN

#106 May 4, 2009
who cares wrote:
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How many different names are you going to come up with to say the same thing? If you could get your head out of your ass long enough, you could research the natural health colleges and their accreditation. You have never answered my question about why all this matters to you. You obviously have lost a lot of business to people like Reuben and it makes you bitter and vile. I have no stake in this argument so I'm out of here. Whine and cry because of your losses all you want.
If Ron Ford was sheriff he'd put huddleston under the jail.
JOHN WELDON

Trussville, AL

#107 May 11, 2009
jpj wrote:
There is a great guy named Reuben Swartz. He lives in an Amish Community in Tompkinsville. My family has been going to him since 1998.He is great. They even have an herbal store there too. I have been to another guy that looks into your eyes but he wasn't as good as Reuben. You got to really watch who you go to. Some of them really don't know what they are doing. He doesn't charge anything for you to see him. Just a donation. The money goes to a boy that has bleeding problems. They also have great fruits and veggies there too.
Good day friend
My wife was just diagnosed with stage 4 gloiblastoma brain cancer.Not much hope from the doctors. A friend of mine just told me about Reuben Schwartz in Hestand Ky.He told me of some of the amazing results that Mr. Schwartz has achieved.Please, what else can you share with us about Mr. Schwartz? I must do all I can to help my beloved wife.She is fearless and loved by all.
There are truly countless folks praying for her
healing.Her faith is amazing.

God Bless You
sincerely
John + Barbara Weldon
JOHN WELDON
believer

Greenville, IN

#108 May 11, 2009
JOHN WELDON wrote:
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Good day friend
My wife was just diagnosed with stage 4 gloiblastoma brain cancer.Not much hope from the doctors. A friend of mine just told me about Reuben Schwartz in Hestand Ky.He told me of some of the amazing results that Mr. Schwartz has achieved.Please, what else can you share with us about Mr. Schwartz? I must do all I can to help my beloved wife.She is fearless and loved by all.
There are truly countless folks praying for her
healing.Her faith is amazing.
God Bless You
sincerely
John + Barbara Weldon
JOHN WELDON
I know he has had success with cancer but I don't know if he has with an aggressive brain tumor or not. If doctors can't help her, you have the option of trying it the natural way. I would want to try any reasonable way if the doctors can't do it.
someone in Bowling Green

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#109 May 11, 2009
Joshua

Canton, OH

#110 May 13, 2009
John,
I would look for an oncologist who also uses Herbal treatments. Do not waste your precious time and money on this fortune teller. I know how you feel...you want to do all you can but iridology is not the answer. Do some research on this and decide for yourself.
believer

Greenville, IN

#111 May 13, 2009
Joshua wrote:
John,
I would look for an oncologist who also uses Herbal treatments. Do not waste your precious time and money on this fortune teller. I know how you feel...you want to do all you can but iridology is not the answer. Do some research on this and decide for yourself.
There is no such thing as an oncologist that also uses herbal treatments. Herbalists use herbs and oncologists use chemotherapy and radiation.
Joshua

Canton, OH

#112 May 13, 2009
believer wrote:
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There is no such thing as an oncologist that also uses herbal treatments. Herbalists use herbs and oncologists use chemotherapy and radiation.
There are many oncologist who will use herbal treatments, biological treatments and other alternative treatments. Dr. Fran Mason is one, located at the Healthlinks clinic in Boulder. There are probably some in your area. There is also an Immune Recovery Clinic in Atlanta which uses alternative treatments.
believer

Greenville, IN

#113 May 13, 2009
Joshua wrote:
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There are many oncologist who will use herbal treatments, biological treatments and other alternative treatments. Dr. Fran Mason is one, located at the Healthlinks clinic in Boulder. There are probably some in your area. There is also an Immune Recovery Clinic in Atlanta which uses alternative treatments.
Dr Fran Mason is a sports medicine physician. She collaborates with Naturopaths at NatureMed, which gives her additional depth in her comprehensive and holistic approach to athletes.
Nice try but you're way off.
Joshua

Canton, OH

#114 May 14, 2009
believer wrote:
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Dr Fran Mason is a sports medicine physician. She collaborates with Naturopaths at NatureMed, which gives her additional depth in her comprehensive and holistic approach to athletes.
Nice try but you're way off.
The Dr. Fran I know is an oncologist.
shoudda lernt mor grammer

Cleveland, OH

#115 May 14, 2009
Everyone knows that contact with poison ivy, poison oak, and sumac can cause distress in many people. Most people also know of hemlock's deadly reputation.

Leaves and pits of apricots, plums, cherries and peaches can kill you. And even apple seeds, if you eat a couple of handfuls, will be deadly.

Common backyard plants like foxglove, oleander, and delphinium will kill you if it's eaten, too. In fact, foxglove is the ingredient in the heart medicine Digitalis, a very popular and effective mainstream drug.

The detrimental effects of these plants are commonly known and indisputable. So why is it hard for some people to consider that there may also be some plants growing in the yard, or bought at the health food store, that can be beneficial?
Joshua

Canton, OH

#116 May 14, 2009
That's a good point. Dietary supplements also come with complications. Science has begun to show that some dietary supplements can actually increase DNA damage, a precursor to cancer. Some supplements can also interfere with standard medical therapies. Plants can be beneficial or harmful that's why it's important to go to a trained medical professional.
believer

Greenville, IN

#117 May 14, 2009
Joshua wrote:
That's a good point. Dietary supplements also come with complications. Science has begun to show that some dietary supplements can actually increase DNA damage, a precursor to cancer. Some supplements can also interfere with standard medical therapies. Plants can be beneficial or harmful that's why it's important to go to a trained medical professional.
A trained professional in herbal therapy is called an herbalist. Go ask your doctor what are the properties of a common herb like dandelion and see what kind of answer you get. Also, I would like to read on the supplements that cause DNA damage, if you would so kind as to give me a reference.
Dr Fran Mason of Boulder is a sports medicine physician but is also an oncologist, kinda like a side job I guess. She gets her information on treating people naturally from naturopaths. Naturopaths are trained in iridology, herbal therapy, accupuncture, reflexology and/or a few other natural modalities. She doesn't treat cancer with herbs. She only uses herbs to keep the chemotherapy and radiation from killing you. She does this by collaboration with naturopaths. If she treated cancer with herbs, the AMA would make sure she loses her license to practice.
Joshua

Canton, OH

#118 May 14, 2009
Onocology was not her side job when I saw her seven years ago. She did not use an iridologist as a consultant to my knowledge. Do you know her Mr. Carter???
believer

Greenville, IN

#119 May 14, 2009
Joshua wrote:
Onocology was not her side job when I saw her seven years ago. She did not use an iridologist as a consultant to my knowledge. Do you know her Mr. Carter???
Who is Mr Carter? I don't know Dr Mason but I found the information on her website. I'm pretty sure she didn't lie about it. She is primarily a sports medicine physician. I think it's great that some doctors are at least using herbs for something, even though they are using knowledge from someone else. Those doctors are few and far between.
I am very interested in herbal medicine because I have used herbs for years after seeing Reuben Schwartz. I am now studying herbology and anatomy and physiology through Clayton College of Natural Health. That is why I'm still waiting for your reference on supplements that cause DNA damage
someone in Bowling Green

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#120 May 14, 2009
http://carteriridology.com is a herblist and iridologist. He is very good at what he does. Just give him a call and he will be honest about if he thinks he can help you. If he can't he will tell you. He has helped me a lot with my health problems. I feel so much better now and before my joints ached and I had trouble in other areas and he has helped with that too. He has helped my Mother a lot and she is doing very good now. What can it hurt to just call? Tell him Terrie told you to call him. He has helped a lot of my friends and one of the ladies that called him he told her he could not help her with all her health problems but he could help her with some. I have a friend and her mother-in-law has cancer and she used herbs and lived 11 years passed the date they gave her. It can not hurt to call.
someone in Bowling Green

AOL

#121 May 14, 2009
Joshua wrote:
Onocology was not her side job when I saw her seven years ago. She did not use an iridologist as a consultant to my knowledge. Do you know her Mr. Carter???
I know Mr. Carter and he has helped me and my Mother and some of my friends a lot. But we did not have cancer. He has been in this business for years and studied the study. He knows his stuff.
JoEtta

Canton, OH

#122 May 21, 2009
I am a little overweight and I went to that there eye reader because I was feeling bad. He told me I had some problems with my knees and he was right! He also told me I have some circulation problems. I don't know how he did it...It seemed almost like magic! I did spend several dollars on the herbs he sold me but I look forward to being healed.

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