White blood cells are humble workers who, among
other functions, devour debris. When the body is effectively fighting
infection and/or cancer, there is die off that the white blood
cells have to eat. In darkfield microscope examination of live
blood cells, it becomes immediately clear that active white blood
cells are what "clean" the red blood cells and enable
them to function properly and transport oxygen. Immunity can be
boosted by the right choice of products that increase the effectiveness
of white blood cells.
In the picture to the
right, taken from a video of a darkfield microscope examination
of the blood, congestion, debris, and poor white blood cell
function are apparent. In fact, despite the obvious crisis,
no white blood cell response to the alarm is visible here.
||To the left, one sees blood taken
a month later, at the same phase of the Moon. Believe it
or not, this blood was taken from the same person! These
results were achieved using a product Sacred Medicine Sanctuary
has faithfully re-created based on the work of Eclectic physician,
Dr. Eli G. Jones. It is called Compound Syrup Scrophularia
(now called Seneca Elixir.)
I first contracted with a laboratory to make an exact replica of
this historic formula, neither the owner of the lab nor myself
had any idea what to expect. There were only 19 eight-ounce bottles
in the first batch, but the first person to take the tonic had
what is normally called a metastatic mass. It was on her clavicle
and was the size of a nectarine. It disappeared in ten days. While
I would like to know how and why this happened, I have to confess
that I don't understand the phenomenon completely, but we obviously
decided to make more of the tonic.
I'm not a doctor or a scientist. As I have explained,
I'm really just an intensely curious person with a passion for
holistic medicine and simple, safe, sane approaches to what often
seem like big problems. However, I can't even begin to explain
how exciting it is to see such changes in an individual; and the
changes were not limited to what could be seen in the video footage.
The patient felt much better!