Zeolite

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Zeolite

by Msfman on Mon Sep 04, 2006 12:00 AM

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Hullo everyone, I am new to this site and have been reading about the zeolite under discussion by all of you. I have just been told that I have cancer again for the third time, last time it was liver cancer and I had it cut out and the time before that it was bowel cancer, so I am getting a bit bothered about it, especially after also having a new heart also. But this discussion is intriguing because I still cant judge how effective it is if you consider also what they say on other sites. Keep it going, all the best. uk

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by Amnia on Tue Sep 05, 2006 12:00 AM

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dear john, i am very sorry you have cancer. but i do not think volcanic rock is good for you. i feel so bad dampening people's spirit with my quackery links. i think i will try another approach. they say if you can't beat them, join them. maybe i would be less likely to develop an ulcer if, instead of fighting all the quackery in the world, i just go with the flow. if there are people out there that are desperate enough to throw their money at quack cures, why shouldn't i be the one to catch it? hmmm.. volcanic rock would screw up my blender and i don't have a volcano nearby. what do i have plenty of that is cheap? let me look around. oh. there. in the garbage. there is a half used 50 pound package of pine bark mulch in the garbage that is leftover from mulching a few months ago. This mulch has gotten a bit soft from being damp for a few months. i really think my blender can turn it into a powder. If not I will just get a bigger blender. i can buy 10,000 gelatin capsules for $66.99 from capsuline, and 1700 snap cap prescription bottles cost only $170 from sks bottles. 50 pounds of mulch was on sale for $4.99, so 25 pounds only cost me about $2.50. Let's see, carry the 1, divide this by this,... ok, for about 79 cents I can manufacture a bottle of 100 pulverized pine bark mulch capsules. Let me run this by a few people. I'll call this market research.. One sec... OK, everyone here says if I call it mulch they won't buy it. Someone in the back of the room said that the expensive but good stuff in cooking products is called an "extract" such as vanilla extract. I think I will call my product pine bark extract. A lot of people here would be interested in buying a product that fights cancer. No one knows exactly what an antioxidant is, but everyone has heard antioxidants are good. a lot of older people want to buy something that will naturally help their high blood pressure, heart disease, arthritis.. so I will claim it is good for all that. heck, lets say it is good for all inflammatory conditions, not just arthritis, so we don't miss anyone. and lets make it clear we are not calling this a drug, otherwise the FDA will be on our backs. lets call it um.. a nutritional supplement. yes, that sounds good. Now I need to spend a few minutes writing up some testimonials and telling my friends if anyone calls them to just say the stuff worked for them and it is great. I will buy them a pizza or something. Next I need to get a few computer literate friends to throw together a web site and if they do a good job I will cut them in for a percentage of the profit. OK, it costs less than a dollar to make a bottle of this marvelous cure-all in my basement. I think I will charge $79.99 a bottle. If my web site is convincing, I should have enough supplies to make a profit of $135,000 dollars before having to reorder gelatin capsules, bottles and mulch. I might want to spend some of that money doing bogus studies, perhaps outside the US, to extol the virtues of my product. Anyone out there want to buy some fine cancer fighting blood pressure lowering heart disease fighting (what else did I say.. oh yes) arthritis curing mulch, i mean extract, from me for $79.99? Get it now before the price goes up!! If you wait till next week we may have sold out!! Supplies are limited!!! Some of you may be smiling but don't spoil it for the rest. Let them google pine bark extract for themselves. yes, someone else beat me to the punch. Back to the base note writer's pulverized volcano rocks. (btw, you can fill a dump truck for free with volcano rocks if you visit a volcano, but i would have to do a bit of research to figure out how to crush them.) Here is the link for the base note writer about the dangers of eating zeolite: http://www.cqs.com/zeolite.htm just my two cents, -Amnia

RE: Zeolite

by Rosekatyrose on Wed Jan 10, 2007 12:00 AM

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On 9/4/2006 Msfman wrote:

Hullo everyone, I am new to this site and have been reading about the zeolite under discussion by all of you. I have just been told that I have cancer again for the third time, last time it was liver cancer and I had it cut out and the time before that it was bowel cancer, so I am getting a bit bothered about it, especially after also having a new heart also. But this discussion is intriguing because I still cant judge how effective it is if you consider also what they say on other sites. Keep it going, all the best. uk
Hi, I am writing in regards to my father who was diagnosed with type 3 lung cancer last year.  Doctors told me it was incurable and unoperable.  My father , who will be 66 of this year, had a size of a "hot dog bun tumor"  It is asbestos.  He quick smoking 10 years ago and blamed it on environment.  At his age, being raised nothing but conventional medicine, asked me to do research on herbs.  I sent him to an herbolologist (grant you...he is not rich, but he did save a little for reitrement).  The herbologist put him on the highest dose of anti-cancerous mushrooms available.  He is still taking them to this day.  He just had his catscan done and the DR. told him that the tumor had shrunk "tremendoulsly!!)  Anyway, I just got this diagnosis and he wanted me to do more research.  I am an internet "freak".  I am putting him on "Colonix"...don't do research, I just did it for you (five hours of the best colon cleanses available).  I am also going to get Cellular Zeolite off of Ebay.  I am going to try this because even though there are pros and cons, the pros by far out weight the cons.  After all, what does he have to lose.  I also know that oxygen has a major part to play.  I have been on the computer for a total of 8 hours today looking for cancer cures.  Definetely, Colonix, try cellular, if you have the money, and try and product that has oxygen  in it along with a diet with no sugar and refined white flour.  Good luck to you.  Sorry to make this so lenghty.  But there is hope.  God Bless

RE: Zeolite

by jonathan_in_Waiora on Mon Sep 08, 2008 12:00 AM

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Hello UK

 Sorry to hear about your condition. I  am concerned about the gentleman talking about buying Liquid Zeolite off of Ebay. To let you know there are about 44 different zeoltes out in nature. I believe there are about 3 or 4 which the human body is able to ingest, the rest are dangerous and can cause cancer.

 Saying that I would encourage you to check out an international site Waiora  for the original zeolite. There is  a patent on this product with the FDA.

Remember anyone can make and sell anything under a quote "food label " with out FDA knowing.

Be safe and God Bless you in your search.

Jonathan from Canada.

 

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