Today we are leaving for Sheridan, a picturesque town in Northern Wyoming. John will be doing a weekend of programs on health and on Saturday night the emphasis will be entirely on activated charcoal. As John gives his very interesting presentation and the many uses of activated charcoal, I will interject some amazing testimonies and then wrap up the evening with demos on making charcoal poultices and charcoal patches, yes, there is a difference and if you’re in the area, grab a friend and come find out!
I was talking earlier this week with a customer that is a MAJOR activated charcoal enthusiast and as we swapped stories, he shared with me one that knocked my socks off, so I am going to now share with you and see your reaction.
After I had shared with Tom about the woman that was drinking eight glasses a day of the DETOX 1600 (1 tsp in at least 8 oz of water) and after two days the headaches from her brain tumors were gone, he said that he had a friend that had prostate cancer and he drank 10 glasses of activated charcoal mixed in water and now is 100% cancer free! That was pretty amazing. I know someone is going to write and ask how long did he do it, you know, I plum forgot to ask. For me that is not a question to ask, you just do it till you ‘know,’ it is gone. I do know though that Tom’s friend was using our Hardwood Activated Charcoal Powder, in case you might ask!
The beauty of activated charcoal (yes, I know it is horribly messy, but it does have its beautiful side) is that ‘if it does no good, it will do you no harm,’ so why not at least try? Of course, for those that are prone to constipation and even those that are not, charcoal can be binding to the bowels. So you need to drink plenty of water and perhaps at night drink some ‘Smooth Move Tea,’ or something similar.
Also, since activated charcoal is such an amazing detox, IT WILL MOST LIKELY ADSORB YOUR PRESCRIPTION MEDICATIONS, SO ALWAYS CHECK WITH A DOCTOR AND OR PHARMACIST FIRST BEFORE TAKING. This is just good and practical common sense.
Let us know what you think of the above charcoal story and if you are in the Sheridan, WY area, please come and bring a friend. The programs are free and there will be time for us to visit one on one with the audience.
We hope to see you there!
Until I blog again, Kimberly