The Universal Antidote
I just got sent this, about Chlorine Dioxide (aka MMS).
It’s a post from the Dr Sircus site, called:
Here’s a snippet – but really go and read the whole thing:
The American Society of Analytical Chemists stated in 1999 that chlorine dioxide was the most powerful pathogen killer known to man. In 1988 NASA declared chlorine dioxide ‘A Universal Antidote,’ saying it was “able to destroy mold and fungus, as well as bacteria and viruses, with minimal harm to humans, animals, or plants.”
Though approved by U.S. regulatory agencies, it was not thought of for internal use in people. Now, not only is it still not approved for medical use, the FDA will huff and puff and blow your house down and send you to jail if you dare sell chlorine dioxide as a medicine for the treatment of disease.
Our immune systems do not care at all for what the FDA thinks. Chlorine Dioxide is a highly effective weapon that the immune system welcomes enthusiastically.
It’s a weapon for health and a medical tool that has no equal in the world of modern medicine. It is a savior medicine when dealing with hospital antibiotic-resistant bacteria like MRSA. But the FDA would rather you die than use chlorine dioxide to clear your body of lethal pathogens. It would so much hurt the bottom line of pharmaceutical companies that it just cannot be allowed.
And this site has a video, and much more information about Chlorine Dioxide.
Do your own research, come to your own conclusions, as always.
I’m not a doctor or medical professional, and I take no responsibility for anything you choose to do or try. Just passing along information you might find interesting.
I’m taking a few days off the blog again.
It’s been a pretty intense time, and Purim, the time when this hopefully all turns around peacefully, is approaching – and I haven’t even begun to really think about it.
So, catch you next week some time.
BH, the world will have changed radically for the better, by then.
You might also like this article:
You might want to check out https://www.eesystem.com/
A center just opened in Rechovot Israel last month
The technology of the energy enhancement system creates an environment whereby your body’s electrical charge gets ignited in all the cells and your body begins healing itself.
So, I started checking it out, and it’s inventor, Dr Sandra Rose Michael, and here is where I stopped, and started thinking that whatever is going on here, it’s not something I want anything to do with:
“Knighted for her humanitarian service, Dr. Michael is a Dame Commander of the Order of St. John in the Orthodox Knights Hospitaller tradition and is the Minister of Health for the Republic of New Lemuria, a country dedicated to peace and healing. Currently, Dr. Michael is working to provide energy wellness centers to United States Veterans.”
This sounds about as ‘Deep State’ as you can get.
You might want to check out a new modality of healing that just arrived in Israel last month.
Centers like this are opening all over America and Europe
I’m trying it out myself
It’s in Rechovot.
I’m feeling a lot of relief from my very intense Restless Legs Syndrome
Bracha / Barbara,
How much are they paying you to spam my blog with these adverts?
I am sorry I accidentally sent you a comment twice with my Hebrew and English name.
I rarely comment on social media and I am not so savvy about how to do these things.
So it was truly an accident.
Please accept my apologies.
A very caring friend recommended I try the technology because she knew how long I’ve been suffering with my legs and she thought it could help.
I didn’t investigate Dr Michael’s background so I I didn’t know
anything about her religious affiliations. And my friend didn’t know anything either about the Doctor’s religious affiliation.
All I know is I am finally getting some relief after many years.
Again I am sorry if I offended you.
Thanks for taking the time to explain – I get a ton of spam on the blog, so I assumed once I saw the double comment with a different name that I was dealing with some sort of spammer.
The person behind this tech still sounds very dodgy to me, personally, but I’m pleased you found something that helped you.
And as always, each person should do their own cheshbon, and their own birur, about all these things.
BTW, there are a lot of ‘angry vibes’ floating around at the moment, in the world, in Israel, in my dalet amot – I apologise for over-reacting. The truth is, I hate getting the spam, and I’m very wary of people pushing things on the blog – both ‘stuff’, and also people that I haven’t checked out myself, as much as I’m able, to see if they are ‘kosher’ or not.
But, there is probably a better and less aggressive way of dealing with these issues, so I’m sorry, Bracha, if I upset you with my initial response.