A few supplement suggestions
1. Chembuster is formulated by a real traditional herbalist and homeopath, Dr. William von Peters, and helps healing from chemtrail toxins.
The formula includes some botanicals like echinacea and goldenseal (not what I would choose, but fair enough), some liver herbs like milk thistle (again, not my first choice but good enough), and homeopathic potencies of the chemtrail constituents. that allows the body to detox from those substances, and actually erases the energetic imprint they
2. Orgone enhanced zapper. Not exactly a supplement, but a device that kills parasites.
I was using the zapper and Chembuster, and actually feeling worse.. and I’ll explain why. The efficacy of any treatment has to be evaluated in terms of where the person is at, not in terms of what the treatment is supposed to accomplish.
So the zapper kills parasites that arise from the poisons, and the Chembuster helps heal the tissues damaged by that. And all that is well and good, but it all has to be understood in the context of any existing disease entities and exactly where the person is in the curing/healing process.
For me, cleaning things up on the physical level such as those remedies do, can actually make me feel worse, because it because it strengthens the physical and etheric bodies. That’s what good naturopathic medicine does. But it can’t cure disease.
So if a person has no disease (and by definition, almost all modern people do have disease).. but if a person is relatively free of disease, then all they need is to strengthen the physical/etheric, or as Hahneman calls it, the Sustentive Power (the Healing power as opposed to the Curing power).All those naturopathic remedies have jurisdiction in that area of the Healing power. But if someone who has disease shores up the Healing power, that very healing power is now strong enough to go and try to tackle the disease. And then you get symptoms!
Symptoms are only the Healing power of the physical/etheric trying to cure the disease. But it can’t. Disease is in the realm of the Curing power, the jurisdiction of (rationally applied homeopathic) Medicine. It’s all a matter of jurisdiction. With herbs and other naturopathic-type remedies we’ve been trying to cure disease, which is outside of their jurisdiction.
So some people who try to cure disease with remedies that address the Healing power, get a little better, or they feel a little stronger temporarily, or they go into remission, or they may, like me, feel actually worse.. because if the disease is on a deeper level, then strengthening the physical can have unpredictable results, depending on the person’s unique situation.That’s why the curing of disease must be a strictly individualized approach.
And all the other naturopathic-type remedies and products that can be sold to the general public, should be done cautiously. People with chronic disease will get unpredictable results, and ideally should be working with a rational approach like Heilkunst. (there really isn’t anything “like” Heilkunst!).
Other forms of homeopathy, to me, are a waste of time and money, and there’s no sense fooling around with methods that have a poor success rate. Even the best forms of herbal medicine, when it comes to chronic illness, all that stuff is only shoring up the Healing power, and can’t penetrate deeply into the realm of disease.
When naturopathic stuff seems to work and disease appears to go away, either it’s being suppressed and will surface again in another form, or it wasn’t a real disease in the first place, only an imbalance (like some things that arise from poor nutrition or other regimenal issues).
And for that, nutrition plus General homeopathy in most cases can take care of that.So this is why I’m not big into promoting products, and just to put into proper context any products I’d feel comfortable promoting. like the zapper and chembuster.
3. Chlorella.. I use capsules of powder, which i open up and mix into veggie juice. I use the brand that Dr. mercola trusts, Biotics Research Corp., and i got mine from his site. i haven’t done a lot of my own research on that, but for some things, i trust Dr. Mercola’s research. Other things, i know his vision is limited, but this I think is fair to trust.
Generally, chlorella seems to be safer than blue green algae. in terms of the energetics, BGA is very unbalanced, very vata generating (vatagenic), and modern lifestyle is already way vatagenic. So BGA can be toxic for many people in that sense, regardless of any possible bacterial contamination. Sure it gives them energy, by revving up the nervous system, which ultimately exhausts the adrenals. Not good.
But chlorella has a more balanced energy, and I think is a much better “superfood”. Also Dr. Schulze’s Superfood (green powder type thing) is good. Schulze has some terrific products in terms of quality and purity.. he uses all fresh herbs, and you can taste the freshness. but his system is thompsonian herbalism which was designed for a healthy, robust peasant polulation that gets acute infectious illnesses and is able to throw it off easily with a day or two of very strong herbal remedies. So his system is not for us, although a few of his products are good additions.
As limited as the supplement approach may be, still, supplementing the diet to bring it back to somewhere near where we were 100 years ago with wholesome foods, is an important foundation on which to build any treatment approach.
There is what Dr. Hahnemann called “qualifying the patient.” Not only does the practitioner have to be qualified, but the patient has to be qualified (educated about regimen so they hold up that end of the treatment protocol).