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activated charcoal testimonials
Dr. Baldwin tells of a young woman with diabetes, who had developed ulcers on her feet and was threatened with gangrene. Her husband had frantically taken her to a very well known medical clinic in the Midwest. When the feet did not respond to careful treatment including antibiotics, she was told that she would need double amputation…
John was desperately ill. Beth wakened to find him on the toilet. She had no idea how long he had been there. The floor was wet from his dripping sweat. He couldn’t stand, and he felt like another bout of diarrhea every time he tried. John was running a high fever and was exhausted.
I’m an ER doc. I practice in OK and TX. I recently read your book and look forward to expanding my use of charcoal other than just for drug overdoses. Diverticulosis is a fairly common GI disorder. I have not been able to find any references to the use of charcoal for this condition. If you know of any please let me know.
House dust mites are associated with allergies and with people worldwide who suffer from asthma. They are unwanted guests in every home. They thrive on flakes of shed human skin. The mite’s gut contains potent digestive enzymes which they poop everywhere which can induce wheezing in allergic individuals. It has been discovered that charcoal fibers are a potent house dust mite insecticide.