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Good News + New Use

July 14, 2011 By: kajay Category: Best Practices, F-Zymes, Morgellons

Report from Gordon, the inventor of the F-products that have now helped many morgellons sufferers recover from this deadly disease:

Soon the formula patent will be officially registered, which will be a big relief to me. Nevertheless, I expect many unscrupulous individuals to attempt to copy my discovery, but there are facts about it’s production they will never be able to duplicate. And, as many of you already know, I am working feverishly, around the clock to improve what I have already accomplished and will never give up until all Morgellons sufferers are completely free of all symptoms. As I write, a new, more enhanced formula is being tested in my kitchen laboratory.

Good news
Several users of my formula are now coming forward and proclaiming themselves to be virtually symptom free. I knew all along that this day would come, even though the misery of getting to this point seems like it takes the patience of Job. These individuals vary across the scale as to length of infestation and severity of symptoms. So, hang in there, and you too will be celebrating with me the beginning of your new life without Morgellons.
New Use
A new method of using F-5 has come to my attention. I have tested it personally and believe it can be a valuable adjunct to existing application methods. It is (gulp!) the enema or colonic. What it offers is a way to get higher levels of active ingredients into your body where the parasite is doing the most damage.*  As with any new measure, start slowly. If you decide to try this method, here are some tips that might help:
  1. Enema kits are available inexpensively at pharmacies or health food stores.
  2. Use the same proportion: 1 teaspoon productin 4 oz. water.
  3. Start with 2 cups warm water + 4 tsp product.
  4. If things go well, increase solution to 4 cups water + 8 tsp product, then 6 cups water + 4 Tbsp (12 tsp) product, at the most.
Once a week seems like the right amount of usage for this method. If you decide to try this method, by all means, let me know how it goes for you.
That’s all for now. Good luck and God Bless.
Gordon
Notes from Morjella:
  • Many medications are absorbed in the lower intestine. I wonder if anyone can help us understand for sure why this method is helping, whether it is for this reason or others.
  • Make sure you only do this when you have NO PLACE TO GO, lol!
  • 1 Tbsp = 3 tsp and note that a soup spoon contains only 2 tsp. Using measuring spoons helps reduce waste of the product.
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