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Alternative-healing instruction in medical schools is questioned

There are 2 comments on the Arizona Daily Star story from Nov 2, 2009, titled Alternative-healing instruction in medical schools is questioned. In it, Arizona Daily Star reports that:

EDITOR'S NOTE: Ten years and $2.5 billion in research have found no cures from alternative medicine.

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Son of Frances Ryan

Sarasota, FL

#1 Nov 2, 2009
Funny, the US government packed soldiers wounds with pure garlic in WW1 and part of WW2. hmmm, if the US gov was willing to pack soldiers wounds with pure garlic, what does that say to each of you?

Italians have almost no heart disease and they ate garlic from cradle to grave.

George Washington ate garlic and believed in blood letting. As he was the considered father of our nation and a free mason,--what did the free masons know about garlic and blood letting?

I know what they knew and I know how and why they knew it, just as some Rennaissance doctors knew, but others did not. Secrets of that order are kept to the fewest possible--for the sake of the few.

Did you know how and why garlic and blood letting can lower blood pressure as well? Did you know garlic can kill cancer on the outside of the body?

The media and gov allow a few alternative things, but they will not allow other alternative medicines.
Son of Frances Ryan

Sarasota, FL

#2 Nov 2, 2009
Did you know that through the years our bodies produce and store plaque in our veins and arteries, as well as our organs?

You do know that our systems can be blocked by this plaque and that they create hardening of the arteries--as the plaque hardens on the walls of our veins and arteries and that the plaque also causes heart attacks and strokes? Did you know it creates Alzheimers and high blood pressure? Of course you do, so please have the medical community explain to you and us, why they don't concentrate on rermoving the plaque from our systems?

It's actually very easy. You simply eat garlic for one week,--one clove of garlic with your meal, one time a day and at the end of that week, they should remove one pint of your blood, because the plaque will have dissolved into the blood stream and when the doctor takes one pint of blood, he removes quite a bit of the plaque in your system with it, which the body promptly makes a new pint of blood.

Once the blood is replinished by the body, the same process can be done again. To remove the vast majority of plaque in your system, depending on your age, I'd say repeat with common sense and according to food eaten, smoking and other bad things.

I never ate garlic until I was 52 and one nite when I lay on my chest, I felt the blood flow in my chest being constricted, but only when I lay on my stomach. That was the first test I did on myself and after 5 days, the constriction went away. I also killed a cancer on my nose, that was exactly as the one a doctor for the firemen removed from my lip--when I was on the Key Largo, fire and rescue dept. It cures more.

There's more to tell, but hey, who cares--eh?

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