Some might think it’s silly to think a tumor can disappear on its own. That it is wishful thinking and why waste the money? Seriously, why waste the money!!!
I have had tumors disappear before. About 15 years ago I was diagnosed with gallbladder disease and told my gallbladder was full of benign tumors and had to be removed. I was having very painful attacks every time I ate. I told the doctor I was keeping my gallbladder and she told me she would see me in a month because I would want it out by then.
I believe we have our organs for a reason and we shouldn’t be so quick to remove them because that would disturb the delicate balance of our body. So I needed to try to save it. I get it, people have their gallbladder out every day, and doctors think it’s no big deal.
I continued to have gallbladder attacks every time I ate for about a month. My daughter said I should just go have it removed because she didn’t want to see me in pain. I told her I would call the doctor on Monday if it was still bothering me.
That night I had a dream and angelic beings did surgery on my gallbladder. In the dream I could feel the stitches where they closed me up after surgery.
I Have never had a gallbladder attack again. That was 15 years ago and I still have my gallbladder.
When my Naturopath told me we can release this tumor in three months with a new supplement she has I am for sure going to try that before I go ahead and do surgery because because of this experience.
When I was in the hospital in March the doctor brought up the issue of my Parathyroid. I told him I was working with a Naturopath to release it naturally. He said that wouldn’t happen and that natural medicine wasn’t strong enough.
I told him the story about my gallbladder. He didn’t really believe me and said he was going to look at my records. The next morning when I saw him his whole demeanor had changed and he said “Keep working with the Naturopath “.
So anyone who would like to support me in this with your donation, I would receive it with gratitude.
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