I am sure H has a lot of good info and testimonials to share, but needs to realize that there is more than one method that has healed or made substantial improvements to someone’s health. To cite a few examples I am aware of: J R Christopher would not have the following he did were it not for his successes. Same for Gerson and Wm Kelly (a dentist no less). Richard Schulze and Ken Sutter had to find a way on their own to cure themselves. All these just cited (and there are countless others) found ways to help others by methods that were not necessarily identical, but they found something that worked for them and in sharing with others, benefits resulted. H needs to realize that he does not have the one and only path to perfect health. For a number of years I have listened to various “authorities” in the alternative field, tried a number of them, some helped, some I had to back away from. All in all, my health is better than it was a decade ago. When I have my wife try something that helped me, she does not always get a similar response, even with H’s MMB formulas. I have seen Shultze’s KB formula stop a bleeding infection in 24 hr (per MD urine test), yet H criticizes that some of the ingredients are counterproductive. Hey, it gave relief and most importantly, it worked!
If I may so bold to say this, H needs to tend to his own forum and his online store instead of telling others on CZ what to do. Let these adults decide for themselves what direction they are comfortable with. Why expend so much energy in areas that do not want your input? Do not force yourself where not welcomed.
H, have I learned anything from your forum? Yes. The emphasis on digestion and adrenals is what stands out to me, and am truly better for it. Yet, at this point in my learning curve, I must side with DQ with his cancer protocol using oleander. If you can calmly show me a better way within the confines of your forum and personal testimonies, I’m all eyes.
Why do I say these things? As a kid I saw the expressions of peoples faces turn to dismay when they heard my opinionated father (a business owner) tell his customers they did not purchase a car or TV that met his approval. A moment before they were proud owners, now they were told their prized possession was a piece of junk. In a similar way, I see this happening here. Learn when to speak in a tactful and up building way. Learn when it is advantageous to back away. Having the last word may not be the best.