There is a section on this site about natural remedies, & someone said they used this: " Ambrosia nectar, Ambrosia pill and MA 631". I really couldn't find this on the net, does anyone know where and what it is, or anything about it?
yes, i just found it, was under "herbal remedies". There is alot of stuff under there, you can go on for days with herbal stuff, but this was the article.
“I sent away for the Ambrosia nectar, Ambrosia pill and MA 631. I take E 400, sesame and I was taking 1500mg of vitamin C but I was told to stop taking the vitamin C when I started the Amrit. I started taking the Amrit about four weeks ago when my platelet count was 27,000 and now it is 58,000. Needless to say my doctor is both shocked and excited. He said this week 'your count is 58,000 keep taking your herbal concoction'.” -- Cherie
I've never taken it and wouldn't because I have never heard of the ingredients. I have to laugh at the thought of my hematologist saying "keep taking that herbal concoction!"- that would not happen.
The post could be someone's honest experience, or sometimes people come on the forum promoting a product. They often only post once with their miracle cure and aren't a member of the regular ITPers that have ups and downs, struggles and successes.
Amazon listing includes a caution "if you have a medical condition do not take without consulting your doctor".
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The primary reason for this product's existence is to separate you from $66.00 every month.
yea i know, was just curious. I'm seeing a wellness doctor today for my son for 2nd time, he's supposed to be very good...he did something very different on the 1st meeting as far as a diagnose goes, something i havent seen before. He had my son remove his shirt, slowly dragged this thing down his back starting at his head, it was connected to a computer screen. He explained that the scan should be completely white in a normal healthy person, but certain areas lit up with colors, areas that need correction. He mentioned the liver, lungs, stress release, & bit more, but that he needed to look into it more. Will keep people posted on here & mention tomorrow what he says tonight.
Im very scared, I need to figure this out, his ITP is very aggressive.
Thanks for the reminder Ann. It's really important to share both good and bad results. Otherwise how can other folks get a balanced view of the experience people are having with these substances. You might see one 'this cured me' online, but not know that 1,000 people had no results, or got sick.
And she was!
Diagnosed May 2005, lowest count 8K.
4/22/08: 43K (2nd Rituxan)
10/01/09: 246K, 1/8/10: 111K, 5/21/10: 233K
Latest count: 7/27/2015: 194K
Diagnosed in 1998, currently in remission. Diagnosed with Lupus in 2006.
Last Count - 344k - 6-9-18
Thank you received: 2346
Since I'm a huge skeptic (can't help it, I'm wired that way), could it be possible that the guy used body thermal imaging and the colors would have shown for any person with a pulse? One way to snag people would be to simply tell them it should be white.
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