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Today’s blog is an impassioned plea to all Australians who follow the BTD.
How many of us are there really.
I get regular comments from a couple of people, and a couple more have written in the past two days.
If you’re Australian or a New Zealander, in fact let’s broaden this a little. If you are in Asia or the South Pacific drop me a brief line, it doesn’t need to say anything, just let me know if you follow BTD and where you’re from. You can even include your blood type if you wish.
I hope you all get support from your medical practitioner, I’m fortunate we even have a health food store close by who’s owner believes in and follows the BTD principal.
Can you get any NAP product in Australia or where you live.?
I’ve never seen any in Tasmania.
Have you successfully purchased NAP over the web and actually got it into Australia?
I purchased an herbal treatment for Bonnie from America for 6 years with no problem. It was always checked by Australian Quarantine and sent on to me. Last week I received notification that the shipment had been seized under quarantine regulations and would be destroyed within 30 days as an illegal import. I am currently disputing the seizure but don’t hold out much hope for success.
The Australian Quarantine Information Service now lists therapeutic and other medicinal products for humans and animals as a prohibited import. I’m all for protecting our Country but do all those spammers out there know that they are wasting there time trying to sell me Viagra, V14gra, v!agra, v!4gra. It would be seized at quarantine, so stop trying to sell it to me.
Peter, If you read this , is there a distributor for NAP in Australia or S E Asia ?
It’s Queens Birthday long weekend in Australia. A public holiday to recognise the Official birthday of Queen Elizabeth II. I’m not sure how relevant it is in Australian society today, but don’t try and take a public holiday off us. Anyway Devonport on this holiday is experiencing 25 –35 knot north westerly winds interspersed with lashings of rain. It’s not a bitterly cold wind so it’s not so bad. Just ruined plans for the garden, oh and washing & polishing the car. Not too fussed about it stuffing up the last one.
Took advantage of the day off to search out and purchase Jim's seasoning of choice, Herbamare.
Like it Jim, nice one.
Remember if you’re a down under BTD’er, let us know.
By the way I've had confirmation that the lab mentioned yesterday were still doing secretor tests as recently as May 2003.