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new article on ncubator.ca, "Dr. Upcott's Deep Immune Tincture"

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by Jody, Feb 17, 2010.

  1. Jody

    Jody Senior Member

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    Jody,

    Whatever happened to this article. I can't seem to find it anymore but know I've read it in the past.
     
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    Shannah,

    I'm not sure what you mean. I clicked the link and it took me to the article page on my website Ncubator.

    Can you clarify?
     
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    Well I seem to vaguely remember an article you wrote extolling the virtues of the Deep Immune Tincture but I don't see it there now.
     
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    How embarassing ... I clicked on everything except the right link!

    Thanks Jody
     
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    Do you see the title in blue letters in my initial post? Click that hyperlink and it will take you to the article.
     
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    Hi Jody,

    Just wondering: Do you still recommend it? And/or are you still taking it, or just when things flare up?
     
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    Jody Senior Member

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    LOL

    Wouldn't it be great if everything was so easy to solve?:D
     
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    Because I ended up doing a search to find it, it was highlighted in yellow - didn't notice it was a hyperlink in blue. You wouldn't bellieve how much time I've spent looking for this article to pass onto someone else. Oh the joys!

    Anyway, thanks Jody - glad you were around. Like dannybex, I'd be interested in hearing your recent thoughts on it too.
     
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    Hi Dan,

    I'd recommend it most definitely. I think it was very instrumental in the beginning of my recovery process. I took it for a couple of years, with a short break in there somewhere. Took it until ... not sure when I stopped, sometime in the last year I guess.

    I'm not taking it now, though if Dr. Upcott told me I should, I would. Loved that stuff. Tasted terrible.:D
     
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    shannah,

    I didn't know the hyperlinks are a different colour in a search. I'm glad you finally yelled for help.:Retro wink:

    As I detail in the article, I had immediate reactions to taking it -- within something like 20 min. or half an hour or something like that (haven't read my own article in awhile and this all started over 3 yrs ago:rolleyes:). The reactions were most uncomfortable but they gradually lessened, and I am convinced they were eliminating toxins from my system.

    I felt secure about taking this instead of drugs because I figure, if I don't know what's wrong with me, how safe is it to throw experimental guess-work drugs at it? I could get worse for all I know.

    Better to be building up the body in general, whether I know what's wrong or not. And that's what this stuff does.

    It has anti-virals, anti-bacterials, adaptogens, antioxidants, liver detoxifiers ... all of that has to be good for someone who's been run flat.

    If my doctor recommended that I go back on it I would not hesitate.
     
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    Jody

    I take some of the nutrients mentioned in the tincture Astragalus, Reishi, Shitaiki, Mitaiki, Licorice also Aged Garlic, all washed down with liquid minerals with humic acid.

    Does it work? Well I feel better than I did before taking them. I think the humic acid is probably the most important, stops herpes,coxsackie and HIV-1 virus replication according to studies. It also controls stress hormones, balances T and K cells,increases mitochondria function and looks like black sludge.:rolleyes: Still if its working who cares?

    http://www.humichealth.info/effects.html
     
  13. August59

    August59 Daughters High School Graduation

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    Hi Jody - The links can also be hard to see depending on which "theme" someone might have selected for their PR forum. I know that "Blue and Gray" makes them hard to see on my computer. Just a thought. Can you make links "Bold"?
     
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    August,

    I can certainly try to do that next time I post an article.

    Thanks for mentioning it.
     
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    Sounds good, liverock. I mean ... it sounds terrible.:Retro tongue:

    But ... it sounds good. :D
     

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