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What happens *after* completing the gcmaf protocol?

Discussion in 'GcMAF' started by cyrusromeo, Apr 14, 2014.

  1. cyrusromeo

    cyrusromeo Always looking for improvement

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    I have been taking the weekly shots, slowly moving up, since a year ago December. Most notably, I have not had a single cold and they used to immediately become bronchitis. I honestly don't know if I'm better from the gcmaf... Or it's a cycle.

    Either way, I've written to the nurse to see if 2 more months at .8 (6 months total) will suffice. Can anyone tell me what happens after completing the protocol?!

    Christa
     
  2. JalapenoLuv

    JalapenoLuv

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    There is a new sublingual form of Gcmaf called Goelic that doesn't require shots. If you're not better I imagine you'll regress back because the underlying infections are still there. Hope that doesn't happen.
     

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