In 1956 I had a crossed eye straightened at the Mayo. Since then I have a non-stop headache. I was told that all was ok, but I knew that something was wrong. Many hours of research on the net led me to conclude recently that I became infected with candida albicans at the time. This may have been from the instruments or it may have been air bourne. My itchy eyes are from the candida, I understand.
About 10 years later, I learned by coincidence that vitamin C reduced the headache, eventhough it did not stop it. I figure that I have taken about 300 pounds of C over the last 30 years or so. I still take about 30 grams of C daily now.
About 30 years ago my sister had her gall bladder removed, when she described the pain, I realized that I had the same kind of pain in the same area as she did, but mine was not as severe as hers. I was then told that I did not have gall stones. Thankfully I still have my gall bladder now.
I ralized then that I was on my own with my gall bladder pain and I immediately began to reduce my fat intake to a minimum. After some time the pain stopped. Some time later I was succeesfully treated for an inflammation in the gall bladder.
I am 68 and over the years, decades, I became more and more fatigued. Eventhough I remainded active and working, even cycling. I have spent most evenings at home for the last 10 years or so. By dinner time I have been and still are spent.
I knew all along that all that Liver Flushing was very stressful for the liver, but I figured that to cary this septic mess around with me would be even worse. How do I feel now? I still have systemic candida and a partially fatty liver. Headache and fatigue are still the same.
I am unloading lots of candida every day with my P&S shakes and I just know that I will get to the end of that just as I will have a very clean liver some time soon, I hope. After the liver is completely clean it will still take some time for the liver to recuperate after all that. When that happens my energy level will go up - if I live long enough. :-) :-)
My diet has been very healthconscious throughout this little ordeal. I am not 100 % organic, but I am working on it. I have cut out all carbs and I make my own sauerkraut and kefir and I grow my own alfalfa sprouts. Lately, I have started to eat all my veges raw. I think I am on the right track. :-)
Thanks Spirit for the opportunity to share this amazing experience. Curezone has been a big part in this owesome
journey. I recently had the opportunity to write a glowing web review of curezone for a local health magazine, a way to say thanks. Giz.