The Poorly Understood Hazards of Chemical Pollution

I went to the house of one of my Amish clients yesterday. Haven’t seen the man for three years and he was getting pretty well down in energy. But he does this: when I get him to a certain point of feeling good, he stops the program and then goes all the way into the abyss before he does something about it.


Amish family riding in a traditional Amish bug...
Amish family riding in a traditional Amish buggy in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, USA. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


I’ve seen him over the years and his wife sat me down and told me a story. The last time she called was about three years ago and he had been in and out of the hospital for several weeks without a diagnosis.

When I came into the house, he was in a chair unable to get up because he was so weak. They drew blood and tested hum for everything they could think of but came up empty.

I said to them that he was loaded with chemical toxins and that was the problem. She only connected with this several months later because thinking about toxins is not what people do. This includes the doctors as well.

He had built a new barn and laid a pine floor and then put on the lacquer. Soon after that he was sick. After the docs found no bacteria or viruses, they did a spinal tap and decided he had spinal meningitis. He was getting no better until I came along and I started cleansing him of his chemical load. He got better rapidly.

Yesterday she told me that she had no real idea about the chemicals even though she knew cleansing people was my specialty. When she thought about it she realized the hospital people had no clue about environmental pollutants.

She now realizes how many people are suffering needlessly. Now, I get to start all over again.

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