a possible cure for Hep C

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anonymous

Chico, CA

#116 Jul 27, 2013
H2o2 did not work for me. My numbers increased by 500,000. I am now going to try BHT.
That-s silly

Plymouth, VT

#118 Feb 15, 2014
fatcha wrote:
Sorry for the disrespect but i am fed uo with silly people making statements out of their back end , the silver is great one of the best things i ever used, but i bought a small box with 9 volt batteries , a light switch and two alleagetor clips where i add two 999 pieces of silver sheet about 7 inches long at a 23 gage sheet about 1/4 inch wide , which is called a generator. I make my own keep it in a glass jar and keep it in the dark. and as i said it kills any topical infection, think what you will it works.
I took a empty container of milk with remenants of milk on the bottom after two weeks sitting out with a cap on the top and i almost puked when i opened it. I poured about two or three thimble sizes of silver in the jug, i swooshied it around real good with the stinking liquid still in there, put the cap back on and left it for a couple of weeks at the end of that time there was NO smell in the jug again. Try it !!!!!!!!!! And don't run your mouth without sneakers on your teeth
Unless you also used a control jug with no silver, this is a meaningless "experiment". The bacterial culture could have changed makeup, used up all the sugars and died off, or any number of affecting factors. OR you could simply be experiencing a perception bias, the commonality of which is the reason double blind studies are the only ones researchers pay attention to, where yours wasn't even single blind. THAT's silly!

Since: Sep 13

Rochester, NH

#119 May 27, 2014
Here's some very promising research when it comes to helping with hepatitis C naturally:

https://www.sunchlorellausa.com/blog/special-...

This article discusses a clinical study that showed chlorella helped reduce liver enzymes. The original study also showed a reduction in viral load. But the company couldn't discuss this due to FDA restrictions on discussing diseases.

Here's the original study:

Azocar, J et al. Efficacy and safety of Chlorella supplementation in adults with chronic hepatitis C virus infection. World J Gastroenterol. 2013 February 21; 19(7): 1085-1090

I've use chlorella for years and it has such powerful regenerative, detoxing and immune boosting powers. It's worth looking into. Interferon is so terrible. This may make it easier to reduce doses or even stop interferon treatment completely.

Also, interesting to note how the liver can regenerate itself. I wonder if this is possible if you give your liver the right support and reduce the stress from HCV!

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