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Re: infinitelove - yttrium in shagbark hickory
 
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Re: infinitelove - yttrium in shagbark hickory


Did you see Joel's response to my question? How to harvest/process shagbark was my question to him...


//www.curezone.org/forums/fm.asp?i=867322#i


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If this was the cause of the diseases, then all humans would have the disease, no one consumes these herbs that I am aware of. Sure alum plays a HUGE PART, thats what chem trails are all about. The best herbal cure is to have 5% silica to counter the alum. To discover such RARE sources such as you mention above, sounds like some medical Science attempting to CREATE a product to make $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$...Who would ever have the millions $$$$$$$ to search the world over for such trace minerals and then pick herbs that "THEY" know the average person will NEVER have access to such things and NO ONE will fine herbal Science with traditional history that can be TRUSTED.............you won't...........they know it!!!!!!!!! That is why I ignore most of everything written after 1950, they are not searching for a cure, they are searching for a paycheck.

MH


Perhaps you have not seen this yet?


http://www.acresusa.com/toolbox/reprints/Oct05_Olree.pdf

 

 
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