by Dr Hulda Clark
cobalt, chromium, nickel
vanadium, malybdenum, manganese, chromium, nickel
Epstein Barre Virus (EBV)
Flu (Influenza A & B)
Herpes I & II
gold (attached to core), strontium (attached to reverse transcriptase)
manganese, copper, zinc
gold, ruthenium molybdenum
gold, ruthenium, molybdenum, rubidium
chromium, vanadium, nickel
chromium, strontium, gold
Yeast (bread and alcohol)
chromium, nickel, cobalt
We have learned that cancer, feeling sick and toxicity-disease are 3 separate illnesses. If you have been sent to Hospice and can hardly endure living, a loved one can still rescue you. You may have all the symptoms mentioned in Sickness Be Gone (page 157). But you can banish them all in this simple way:
Eat no metals, drink no metals, wear no metals.
This means, move to an NSF-bleach water zone. Find a local distilled water in a 1 gallon bottle that tests zero with a conductivity indicator. Filter this distilled water twice through a filter pitcher that you harden yourself and has charcoal that you boiled for 5 minutes in tap water. Make sure it delivers water with none of the metals given in the pathogens’ requirements table (page 225). If possible, test by Syncrometer. Beware of simple human errors like wearing earrings, a necklace or a watch. Drink this chlorine-free water and cook with it. Improvements begin in 2 days.
As soon as you get relief from illness, although some pain persists, get all the metal removed from your mouth by extraction. Harden the plastic in your mouth to stop metal seepage, using a toothbrush zappicator. Eat or store food in non-seeping plastic.
Then start DMSO in tiny doses (1/8 to 1/4 tsp.) to excrete wheel bearing grease and all its trapped metals. The lower dose is for the most extreme illness. It should have been tested for thallium. If not available, start the kidney cleanse (page 561).
Keep removing metals with homeographic drops for the kidneys and the lymph.
Early success could bring you new hope and soon say goodbye forever to Hospice. They did their best. They are to be commended on carrying on without hope. But your life beckons as you prepare to start the program.