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Bacteria as a cause of stiffness and tremors.

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Has anyone researched these bacteria? This screenshot is from the book Hulda Clark. Let's cure all diseases.

Also in these videos, it is nicely explained how they contribute and how they damage the nerve pathways.

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park_bear

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hulda...

"Clark claimed all human disease was related to parasitic infection, and also claimed to be able to cure all diseases, including cancer and HIV/AIDS, by "zapping" them with electrical devices which she marketed.[3] Clark wrote several books describing her methods and operated clinics in the United States. Following a string of lawsuits and eventual action by the Federal Trade Commission, she relocated to Tijuana, Mexico, where she ran the Century Nutrition clinic.

Clark's claims and devices have been dismissed by authorities, ranging from the United States Federal Trade Commission and Food and Drug Administration to CAM figures such as Andrew Weil, as scientifically unfounded, "bizarre",[4] and potentially fraudulent.[3] Clark died 3 September 2009 from blood and bone cancer.[5][6]"

quackwatch.org/related/Canc...

"The Cure for All Cancers states:

"All cancers are alike. They are all caused by a parasite. A single parasite! It is the human intestinal fluke. And if you kill this parasite, the cancer stops immediately. The tissue becomes normal again. In order to get cancer, you must have this parasite. . . .

This parasite typically lives in the intestine where it might do little harm, causing only colitis, Crohn’s disease or irritable bowel syndrome, or perhaps nothing at all. But if it invades a different organ, like the uterus, kidneys or liver, it does a great deal of harm. If it establishes itself in the liver, it causes cancer! It only establishes itself in the liver of some people. These people have propyl alcohol in their body. All cancer patients (100%) have both propyl alcohol and the intestinal fluke in their livers. The solvent propyl alcohol is responsible for letting the fluke establish itself in the liver. In order to get cancer, you must have both the parasite and propyl alcohol in your body [5:1-2]."

'nuff said.

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delboy381 in reply to park_bear

Thanks for the comment.

I know everything about her and her books. I am interested in the theory about these bacteria that produce neurotoxins and damage the nerve pathways, actually the production of dopamine between synapses.

Are her devices based on quantum medicine?

I would love to hear your thoughts on quantum medicine.

And are these videos available as I posted? It shows me an error.

If not, I will put the name of the channel and the name of the video so you can watch it.

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park_bear in reply to delboy381

I have a background in physics and mathematics and had a career as an engineer. Quantum mechanics applies universally. What we know of as chemistry is all about how quantum mechanics causes electrons to be configured around atoms. That includes all of biochemistry. So "quantum" applies to everything. It is a fashionable buzzword that rarely adds any useful meaning, and that would include the idea of "quantum medicine".

In any case, Hulda Clark's device is just a pulse generator.

Parkinson's is commonly caused by exposure to toxins.

Clicking on the videos results in error messages.

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delboy381 in reply to park_bear

Thank you Park bear.

First video title:

Clostridium tetani, tetanus

Title of the second video:

Clostridium botulinum, Botulism

YouTube channel name:

susannaheinze

Very educational channel

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Bolt_Upright in reply to delboy381

Interesting: Somebody recently posted speculating a relationship between the tetanus vaccine and PD.

As for Quantum: I agree with PB that Quantum is the new buzzword. Everybody and anybody with something to sell is slapping either Quantum or Tesla on their device (usually both).

Just because she was 99% wrong or even a fraud does not mean nothing she wrote or said is worth investigating. I just would not hitch my wagon to her guidance.

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delboy381 in reply to Bolt_Upright

My focus is not on her theories and studies. She just mentions the same bacteria that you can see in these videos. This all makes sense with the symptoms.

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Bolt_Upright in reply to delboy381

I tend to focus on supplements that fight pathogens. He is my list of things useful against various bacteria and viruses (Google each for details [or send me your e-mail and I can send you my spreadsheet]):

Berberine

Chamomile

Lactobacillus casei Shirota

Licorice

Nigella Sativa

Sulforaphane

Lactobacillus acidophilus

Lactobacillus reuteri

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delboy381 in reply to Bolt_Upright

Thank you I'll do the research.

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PDWarrior1900 in reply to Bolt_Upright

i see you added 'Berberine' back to your stack, as I have

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Bolt_Upright in reply to PDWarrior1900

I have not added Berberine back to my stack. I might, but I have not. It is just on my list of things that affect pathogens.

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PDWarrior1900 in reply to Bolt_Upright

you're a very smart guy... so i'm sure you know that there are 'good' .. bacteria and 'good' viruses in our bodies... QUESTION: 'How' do each of the supplements you list 'know' it is killing ONLY the bad stuff while leaving the 'good bacteria and good viruses'.... alone?

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Bolt_Upright in reply to PDWarrior1900

That is a great point. Yes I knew there were good and bad bacteria and viruses, no I had not thought of how to tell if the supplement was attacking good bacteria and/or viruses. Also, I think both bacteria and viruses can be good or bad depending on how much of them there are. It is a conundrum.

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PDWarrior1900 in reply to Bolt_Upright

my top MDS doctor says supplements are worthless (just saw him last week...)

He pointed out something we all know... How do we really know the 'quality' of what we are taking?

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for what it's worth (absolutely nothing, LOL) my own personal experience with over 30 supplements daily...

1. One or more of them (I tried and failed to figure out 'which ones') ... gave me mild indigestion... which lead to other digestive issues...

2. Over the last several months, every time I completely STOPPED all supplements... within a week or so my digestive system totally returned to normal...

So as of right now, the only thing I take is about a half-teaspoon of tumeric and black pepper.

And even though I'm on the O.M.A.D. (one meal a day) diet for 189 straight days (yipeee!) ... I still have at least TWO... GREAT... bowel movements daily!

(with the supplements I was only getting 'one' mediocre movement daily)

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Bolt_Upright in reply to PDWarrior1900

Good feedback. I just saw a comedian say she did not begrudge her aunt for believing in ghosts, after all, she (the comedian) takes vitamins.

I don't put a lot of stock in the "you don't know the quality of the supplements so don't take them" point some people make. That is a good case for trying to make sure your source is good, but in the end, if I think something might help, and I think I have that thing, I will take it. But I understand why people say this.

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PDWarrior1900 in reply to Bolt_Upright

I agree with you... I'm going to start re-taking 'some' of my stack ... very slowly and see how it affects my digestion.... As for the "Western medical community" -- we know an overwhelming number of them just like to 'cut you' and 'write scripts' ... Sadly many of them have lost the true meaning of "healing..."

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I'm keeping an eye out for the AnnovisBio.com Phase 3 trial which is going on right now in over 40 locations throughout the USA.

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delboy381 in reply to PDWarrior1900

I agree with you about the supplements. I've tried many of them myself and haven't noticed any concrete changes. I'm wondering if anyone has had good results with a raw food diet? What do you think?

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PDWarrior1900 in reply to delboy381

As for me... part of my O.M.A.D. (one meal a day eaten within a 90 minute window and I've lost 45 pounds in about 6 months!) has been eating a "plant based diet" at least 50% to 75% of that 'one meal' (which is usually 2 to 4 courses). I eat the usual stuff... big salad... or a big potato ... for protein: eggs or fish or tofu or Costco grass fed, no antibiotics hot dogs ... for desert: in a big bowl, chopped apple, raisins, walnuts, berries ... or i'll have a green smoothie with an apple juice base and raisins or dates on the 'side' that i eat with that smoothie...

These are the great YouTube channels that I watch/ listen to in bed:

Dr. Josh Axe

Dr. Eric Berg (9 million subscribers and his videos are under 10 minutes)

Dr. Stan Ekberg

Dr Mark Hyman (MD, functional medicine doctor and GREAT GREAT info)

The Brain Docs (Drs. Sherzai, husband/wife neurologists at Loma Linda University - GREAT info)

Andrew Huberman (neuro scientist)

Bob and Brad (physical therapists - almost 5 million subscribers)

Dr David Perlmutter (MD, neurologist)

Dr Brad Stanfield (MD. not many subscribers but he does HONEST videos)

Dr. Sam Bailey (female and GORGEOUS!)

FlavCity with Bobby Parrish (OUTSTANDING food shopping/ nutrition)

Dr Ford Brewer (MD, plain spoken... short videos)

Dr Jason Fung (MD, he's BIG on nutrition and fasting)

Dr Ken Berry (MD, a real 'straight shooter')

Motivationaldoc (Chiro, great short videos)

Outpace Parkinson's

Rich Roll (in-depth interviews with health practitioners)

Tom Bilyeu (in-depth interviews with health practitioners and more)

FoundMyFitness (Phd Dr Rhonda Patrick - OUTSTANDING info!)

I subscribe to dozens more YouTube channels.

My habit is to "listen" (not watch) one or more health videos as I fall to sleep.

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Keep an eye out for AnnovisBio.com --

They have a Phase 3 Trial going on RIGHT NOW in over 40 locations throughout the USA!

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Boscoejean in reply to Bolt_Upright

around the time my husband got his covid booster he had to get a tetanus shot and shortly after that he was having a lot of trouble walking- the people at the pharmacy did not want to give him the tetanus shot so soon after the covid vaccine but after he was injured by a rusty nail when working in the yard it seemed like it was necessary

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AGH_1966 in reply to Bolt_Upright

Exactly my view. Just because someone is wrong about one or many aspects of their conclusions doesn't mean I immediately discard the rest of it without having a think about what else they are saying. My PD kicked-in during a period when I was having dire oral issues, so this is of interesst to me.

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Bolt_Upright in reply to AGH_1966

Dire oral issues? Dental work? I don't mean to pry. I connect things to oral health so I am curious.

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HekateMoon in reply to Bolt_Upright

I can relate to the oral issues too...

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AGH_1966 in reply to Bolt_Upright

No problem :) I had notbeen to the dentist in ten years and my oral health got in a right state - I already had quite a few old-style metal fillings. I was in pain like I had never eperienced. I had to see the emergency dentist and ended up having 6 root canal operations, caps put on teeth, etc etc.

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Bolt_Upright in reply to AGH_1966

Thank you. I got geographic tongue when I was about 19. I think the oral microbiome is critical and use the way my tongue is looking as one of my measurements as to whether what I am doing has me on the correct course.

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Marcia123 in reply to Bolt_Upright

My Parkinson’s started after dental extraction

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PDWarrior1900 in reply to delboy381

looks like a great channel... over 200 videos... i still need to research 'her' before i waste time watching worthless junk...

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Lizzy9 in reply to park_bear

thank you Park Bear for your very helpful information and knowledge!! Now, one more thing I can ignore!🙂

Have a fabulous day!!

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