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Q. My father gets purple patches on his hands and arms that look like bruises. Should I be concerned about this?

Dear Person,

The purple patches you see on your father's arm and hands is called purpura. The blood vessels have become weak so they break easily. Mold is often the reason why our blood vessels narrow. Sorghum mold can accumulates inside body and cause blood vessels to break.

Remedy: Soak food in 1/4 tsp vitamin C per pint of water for three minutes to get rid of sorghum mold. Soak food in vitamin C for 20 minutes to get rid of ergot. Add to cooking, plate and use often to cleanse the body of mold.

Ergot mold can cause blood vessels in the brain to narrow leading to a mini stroke.

Ergot sources: rye and pumpernickle breads or crackers, wine or other alcoholic beverages.

When mold is combined with alcohol, the alcohol acts as a driver. Mold is driven into organs and tissues reducing oxygen wherever it goes. This is why tinctures prepared with alcohol is effective.

I hope this answered your question.

Q. What can be done for anemia?

Dear Person,

To make a long story short anemia begins in the stomach. A strong stomach will not allow parasites and bacteria to thrive in it and can dissolve iron and other minerals. Consider the following: When we look at the stomach we must look at the acidity level. When acid is not strong enough in the stomach, minerals cannot be dissolved and that includes iron. Therefore, iron cannot be absorbed further down in the gut. Iron supplements do not avail much because the stomach is week and does not solve the problem. Even iron injections can be very dangerous and even deadly. Most likely you get plenty of iron in your diet, but are not able to utilize it, nor access what you have stored in the body already.

Consider this interesting concept: your body has plenty of iron but it is locked up and stored away where it cannot be accessed. So the question becomes why is my iron being held captive?

How to strengthen stomach acid see stomach notes:

  • use HCl (hydrochloric acid) liquid 3 drops 3 times a day in small glass of water right before meal
  • do not drink with your meals (1/2 hour before meal, 1 hour after)
  • drink 1/4 cup of hot water before meals
  • space meals at least 4 hours apart
  • Eradicate overgrowth of bacteria in stomach with 6 drops of lugol’s iodine after meal (2% is fine) and use a few drops of HCl liquid on food to protect from bacteria in food. This will also help with hiatal hernias. For this enzymes are best with meals to get food out of the stomach faster.
  • to release iron stores use MSM 1 tsp. 2 times in the day. Health food stores do not have a good source, but horse and feed stores do. Antimed is a very decent brand. It can also be ordered at horse.com. Place 1 tsp. in 1/3 cup of hot water. Follow with a glass of water. Staying hydrated is the secret to MSM. Anemia is the body’s cry for help. If it is covered up with needless supplementation, injections or just left on its own, the cry will become louder the next time. In cases of severe anemia increase dosage.

I hope I answered your question.

Q. What are some other reasons why I could have anemia?

Dear Person,

I will only state reasons.

  1. Internal bleeding
  2. Stomach cancer
  3. Parasites attach themselves to you

There are many things that exists already in the body and environment that will help perpetuate these conditions. They will need to be cleared up before addressing the anemia.

I hope I answered your question.

Q. I heard recently that drinking hot water from the tap is not good. Why is this?

Dear person,

In the event of an emergency, drinking hot water from the faucet is very practical. It is better to drink than become dehydrated. Well, what is wrong with the use of hot water for drinking and eating purposes? The hot water that comes out of the faucet contains an abundance of heavy metals. How? The electric water heaters use an electrode to heat up the water. This electrode is bare, submerged and therefore leaches its metal contaminants into the water. Here is a short list of heavy metals found in water samples after being heated inside the tank: tungsten, vanadium, titanium and palladium. Therefore, always avoid electric hot water heaters.

Glass-lined and gas heaters do not come in contact with water.

I hope I answered your question.