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Merry Christmas Mistletoe - Fighting fat and Cancer - I.V. Ozone and Mistletoe Biologics

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 5, 2017 5:00:00 AM / by Dr. Isadora Guggenheim

Mistletoe fights fat and cancer.

Merry Christmas to all and to all a Good Night.  Wishing everyone good tidings and the power of Mistletoe. Mistletoe was traditionally used to bring good luck and ward off evil spirits.  It definitely does bring good luck and ward off bad spirits because it is a strong chemotherapeutic agent to fight cancer.  Well-studied for safety and efficacy Mistletoe is a great cancer fighter.  

A new mice study proves that Mistletoe's active steroids and flavonoids fight obesity-related liver disease. Kiss under it, but don't eat it because it is poisonous. Extracts manufactured for fighting cancer are several thousand times stronger than cobra venom. Longitudinal studies have proven the value of injectable mistletoe formulas as in multiple cancers - patients lived 4.2 years longer and with better quality of life.

Korean mistletoe contains a compound called vicothionin that affected fat metabolism in the liver of mice.  

Speak to your ND Naturopathic Doctor about using Mistletoe as part of your weight loss program.  ND's are the only trained doctors in medical school, board-certified and licensed providers who are knowledgable in herbal medicine.  

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Some of our patients with cancer are going to bring in a healthy New Year by getting weekly I.V. ozone treatment spiked with glutathione.  They'll be hydrating with ozonated saline and or doing MAH major autohemotherapy Ozone that directly kills cancer cells.  I.V. Ozone can be used adjunctively with standard chemotherapy protocols to improve chemotherapy's effect, reduce chemo side-effects and naturally support the immune system.  

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Topics: Healthy Living, Cancers, Weight Loss and Obesity

Isadora Guggenheim, ND, RN, MS, CNS LMT, owner of Second Nature Naturopathic Care, LLC
For all appointments: Tel: 845 358-8385 Fax: 845 358-2963 drguggenheim@msn.com