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Lisalea
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Does anybody drink this tea ?
Apparently,  it's full of wonderful benefits
http://www.herbalremedies.com/paudarhertea.html
Thank-u  


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Grazie signorina Lola  


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read all about it!

we learn a lot from the old boards, right?


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read all about it!

we learn a lot from the old boards, right?


Oh yes we most certainly do and I love to learn !!  
Have u ever drank this tea Lola ??
Thanks  


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Lisalea,....wouldn't do that, sauf if you have really those symptoms...why? Because the normal Lapacho tea is a bark, and its' taste is horrible!!!!! Then it is a natural antibiotic, so if you are really in need of it, go for it....but not just for fun ..........
Btw....this tea might be abortive....so nothing for pregnant woman !!!!!
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Does anybody drink this tea ?
Apparently, it's full of wonderful benefits


Not for me!

I have never been able to take it long enough to experience
the supposed health benefits.

Drinking the tea makes me depressed and suicidal,
but I have always stopped drinking the tea before
I successfully committed suicide.


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lol
no thanks!
haven t had that tea yet....


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Lisalea,....wouldn't do that, sauf if you have really those symptoms...why? Because the normal Lapacho tea is a bark, and its' taste is horrible!!!!! Then it is a natural antibiotic, so if you are really in need of it, go for it....but not just for fun ..........
Btw....this tea might be abortive....so nothing for pregnant woman !!!!!



I agree this is not a fun cup of tea

hence I will ONLY take it if I really need to ... let's say for candida ...  

Merci beaucoup Tomatilla


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Drinking the tea makes me depressed and suicidal,
but I have always stopped drinking the tea before
I successfully committed suicide.





This tea sounds like a nightmare !!


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lol
no thanks!
haven t had that tea yet....


Good for u !!
It means that u r very healthy and don't need extra help !!  


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yessss dearle, here it might be ok as an adjuvance but hope you are going to support it ..........
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I sure am healthy!
knock on wood and BTD!! lol


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yessss dearle, here it might be ok as an adjuvance but hope you are going to support it ..........


Hi Tomatilla  
What do u mean by this phrase: here it might be ok as an adjuvance
Thanks

I also speak french  


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I sure am healthy!
knock on wood and BTD!! lol


Yep, BTD is helping me as well and I'm a beleiver !!


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Shoot - I'll drink it with pleasure if I ever need it. I've hear its useful againt cancer.
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(Sorry for the rant - guess my button got pushed)

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she means as an added benefit.

the yeast fungus support protocols have a few suggestions, which are right for your type, and have been tested.


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My mom and my first born both died of cancer.

I'm so sorry to hear that purlgirl


I intend to continue to study and research as much as possible and then share all my knowledge with anybody that wants to listen and especially on this board which I have found to be a wonderful support group !!!




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the yeast fungus support protocols have a few suggestions, which are right for your type, and have been tested.


I agree with u Lola ... best to go with what's been tested !!



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Je suis d'accord avec Lola   c'est un produit : au cas ou` et je crois qu'ol vaut mieux pas crer
une form de restistance...juste pour la bonne cause ....demandable si cette cause est bonne
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Je suis d'accord avec Lola   c'est un produit : au cas ou` et je crois qu'ol vaut mieux pas crer
une form de restistance...juste pour la bonne cause ....demandable si cette cause est bonne


Ah ok,  j'ai compris maintenant et je suis d'accord avec vous deux, merci Tomatilla


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You got me thinking. A little insurance would be a good idea.

If it is so good and taste so bad - what about an herbal blend?

Mountain Rose Herbs has a blend called  for the immune system.
'...comforting, strengthening and has a delicious taste.'

 "21st Century Blend" contains:
red clover blossoms, nettle leaves, paud'arco, alfalfa and sage leaves, St John's wort herb and a hint of ginger"
http://www.mountainroseherbs.com


I know nettle and ginger are very good for A's ... don't know about the rest or other blood types.

???Is there a way to look up Herbs? I checked the typebase.
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red clover
http://www.dadamo.com/forum/archivea/config.pl?read=88935
a separate search for each might give you the answer....
there s no herb base by bloodtype, per se.....there s information you can get using the search button.....nap also has information for certain herbs used in their supplements.

http://www.dadamo.com/search.htm
the ER book has some.......and also the encyclopedia.......

other books have some herbs under condiments, or spices.....
typebase has a few, I believe.


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