That Man Again!

Submitted by Sarah on Sun, 2014-06-29 11:43

Warning: if anybody comes across a site called Chronic illness recovery dot org, it is a new Marshall Protocol site, endorses the use of benicar and costs people a lot of money……………………….Sarah


Oh, good grief.  Thanks, Sarah.

The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems. Mohandas Gandhi

Funny, just when you think things are going a bit quiet, a site like this suddenly bursts out!  Also, things have been changed on it since I last looked yesterday, making it more obviously a Marshall site, 

It made something occur to me though:  Marshall, not being a medical doctor is not allowed to prescribe for people, so he works by convincing general practitioners that what he says is good stuff.  He has many doctors believing in him, for some reason.  So, if anyone has a doctor with strange ideas about prescribing, it might be worth asking them about whether you need a vitamin D supplement in their view and see what they say.  The further away from the equator you live the more vitamin D you will need, full stop.  On top of that, people with, say, multiple sclerosis, are very often naturally deficient.  Unless, of course, their doctor is a Marshallite.……………………….Sarah



Completed Stratton/Wheldon regime for aggressive secondary progressive MS in June 2007, after four years, three of which intermittent.   Still improving bit by bit and no relapses since finishing treatment.

The problem is some of us react really badly to vitamin D (namely myself). I can't even tolerate small amounts. Produces horrific inflammation (due to the cpn).

Benicar was actually one of the few things that seemed to help me against Cpn. It switched off the excess inflammation, and my immune system actually started working as it should and started killing the cpn (rather than just producing endless inflammation). Sadly I couldn't tolerate the side-effects (it sends me horizontal), so it wasn't a long-term solution.

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