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    Type 1 Diabetes

    Does anyone know if there're any treatments using Spagyrics or Entheogens to treat Type 1 Diabetes?
    I am not sure if I have asked this question before so if I have, please except my apologise!

    Kind Regards


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    Some interesting stuff here if you read the whole thing:

    Donít let the delusion of reality confuse you regarding the reality of the illusion.

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    Does anybody have any suggestions for combinations of herbs I can use to treat Type 1 diabetese?

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    Yes. Use m-11 (ormus from sea salt) and chromium vanadium supplements or colloidals.
    I've treated someone personally and managed to control their numbers.
    But i don't know much about diabetes personally or type 1.
    I got this recipe from the Essene and he had more opportunities to use it and was successful.

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    I found this site:

    Herbs for Diabetes
    Since antiquity, diabetes has been treated with plant medicines. Recent scientific investigation has confirmed the efficacy of many of these preparations, some of which are remarkably effective. Only those herbs that appear most effective, are relatively non-toxic and have substantial documentation of efficacy are covered here.

    Pterocarpus marsupium (Indian Kino, Malabar Kino, Pitasara, Venga)
    The tree is the source of the Kino of the European pharmacopeas. The gum-resin looks like dried blood (Dragon's blood), much used in Indian medicine. This herb has a long history of use in India as a treatment for diabetes. The flavonoid, (-)-epicatechin, extracted from the bark of this plant has been shown to prevent alloxan-induced beta cell damage in rats.

    Both epicatechin and a crude alcohol extract of Pterocarpus marsupium have actually been shown to regenerate functional pancreatic beta cells. No other drug or natural agent has been shown to generate this activity.

    Does anybody have more info on the herb used; Pterocarpus marsupium?

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