I'm not an accomplised herbalist like yourself. Have ordered some olive leaf extract from you and don't know what you mean by other syrup concentrates being put with it that would work well together. Am interested in getting rid of any microbes that may be compromising my health now or could cause future problems. An indication that they are present now is a lot of sneezing and post-nasal drip.
A lot has been said against the zapper being of any use in killing micrrobes. Any further comment on this by you?
Is it true that microbes can lie dormant within the body, and if the immune system is still compromised, or when it is, they can cause health issues. I've been thru many months of time with the cleansing processes of colon cleansing and liver flushing. My problem is that I think when poisonous chemicals get into the digestive tract and caused tissue breakdown and death, they may contriblute to the presence of undesirable microbes--bacteria and viruses. My colon is close to being clean, but a lot of damage done and a lot of healing still to take place.
I know you recommend orange juice fasting, but that isn't going to kill off microbes. A clean, healthy body can resist microbial invasion or allowing them to take advantage of the body. That woud be called the state of the immune system, but we may be already invaded with them.
I've been living on a lot of fresh and "not from concentrate", OJ for quite a while, now, tho I do eat some good food in order to re-build the immune system. Herbs such as olive leaf extract are able to deal with microbial invasion. Other than helping increase the white blood cells that phagocytic, I cna't really explain the action the olive leaf extract takes, but might not need to. The presence of necessary ionic, plant minerals as far as herbals is concerned, is the only other thing I do understand.
I am doing your PW/A formula, and plan to continue on a maintenance basis.
Experimenting on an individual basis may be quite interesting and beneficial, but with herbs like most plant essential oils that can be considered herbs, there are many that mix well with each other and complement each other, and some that just aren't as compatible with each other.
One would really have to be kind of an expert in combining herbs, would they not, to do this sucessfullly?