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mantaray Views: 31,975
Published: 14 years ago
 
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Re: Make your liver flush easy!


Hi group
My Chinese herbalist told me that my excessive use of computers
over the last 20 years and cumulative doses of Electromagnetic
Radiation (EMF) from them are the direct cause of my gallstones.
According to her, absorption of these high-frequency microwaves
has overheated the gallbladder, causing the water in the stored bile
to vaporize and allowing the bile to crystallize. In a word, my
gallbladder has been slowly "fried" by these high energy waves over
the last 10 years. Apparently, the magnetic component of these
waves, unlike the electrical component, can penetrate our bodies
to reach internal organs like the gallbladder.

I also suffered from floaters (vitreous detachments) in both eyes
and retinal detachment in one eye about 4 years ago, requiring an
operation to save my sight. I believe the EMF from the computers
may have also caused the vitreous body of the eye to lose its water component, and when this occurs, the vitreous collapses so that the superfine
collagen microfibrils running through it, which are normally too fine to be
visible to us, coalesce into large clumps which are visible (floaters).
The loss of water from the vitreous body causes it to shrink so that it
pulls on the retina and causes retinal detachment (blindness).

I would therefore like to know, how many of those here with gallbladder problems (and/or eye floaters) spend excessive hours on the computer?





 

 
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