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Re: The importance of keeping elimination organs open! Views: 3,786
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Re: The importance of keeping elimination organs open!

Whether it's liver flushing, coffee enemas, specific needed liver supplements or whatever, the main lesson learned (that is so often overlooked by many), is don't ignore the liver.

Time and again, the focus becomes "the kill". "Gotta kill the parasites. The parasites are the entire cause of all my misery"..and time and time again, people are ending up with worse messes than when they started because of ignoring the rest of the big picture of what all else is involved with the parasites.

I'm sure I'm not the only one now that has a hard time even reading through the parasite forums. How many people on the Rife forum, didn't believe Newport when he would mention Lyme coinfections as being core causes for them? Everyone. There's just so much more involved than people have a clue, and yet the parasites as being the core cause of it all, becomes the obsession of most. It's kind of sad actually. No viruses are dealt with. No bacterias are dealt with. No toxins/metals are dealt with. Specific supplements are overlooked as being important with any of it. Lyme? Total denial. No one wants to hear that- it doesn't apply to them. It's got to be scattered parasites, it couldn't be Lyme.

but, it's a learning experience. People will find the answers when they are open to learning.

I would also bet, that taking the lessons learned now, that the liver would not be ignored from the start again like it was for so long while focused on the parasites.

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