[Ibogaine] blood building regimens

jolazopa at mac.com jolazopa at mac.com
Mon Mar 30 11:40:45 EDT 2009


i know that before you can take remicade you have to have some blood  
test to see if you can take them ,1 is called the promethious test,  
its cutting edge,brand new stuff!!!!  ,,,best ...jola zopa
On Mar 30, 2009, at 10:45 AM, sitkaa wrote:

> Thanks for the tip on Remicade. Gonna have to look into it further.  
> It looks like it doesn't help everyone, and I am not sure yet how  
> benign it is. But it does seem to help some people.
>
> 2009/3/26 jolazopa at mac.com <jolazopa at mac.com>
> hi,do you know anything about rhumicaid infussions for Crohns?this  
> is very good info you gave here,its worth a try. thanks jola
> On Mar 25, 2009, at 9:18 PM, sitkaa wrote:
>
>> So, my health being what it is, my wife finally forced me to go  
>> see a leech. While there I confessed that I had leaked out a fair  
>> amount of my blood recently (untreated Crohns... the only really  
>> good treatment for it is illegal in N.C., and gets you high  
>> besides). The leech had me tested for abunch of things (by taking  
>> several good-sized vials of blood), and when the results came back  
>> she kinda got upset. She wanted me to immediately rush off to an  
>> emergency room or hospital for an infusion. That is not something  
>> to which I have agreed. Following my adamant refusal, the leech  
>> has since calmed down somewhat and has concurred with my efforts  
>> to follow a blood building regimen.
>> I don't know much about this blood building regimen. The leech  
>> wants me to take 325 mg. iron three times per day. The best iron  
>> supplement (a blood building supplement) I could find in the  
>> health food stores around here listed 85 mg. per horsepill.  
>> Looking online, I quickly fell into looking at cow's liver as a  
>> food source that helps build blood. For instance, here is a link  
>> to powdered Argentinian cow's liver for sale (I know nothing about  
>> this, just ran across it serendipitously):
>>
>> http://www.leviticus11.com/dl.htm
>>
>> I would prefer not to have imbibe desiccated dead animal parts,  
>> unless I really have a taste for it (sometimes I do). Anybody have  
>> any suggestions?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> m
>>
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