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7.) I have also heard about
aloe vera. Didn't you use it in addition to cesium?
Yes, I took
a form of aloe vera high in long-chain polysaccharides along
with the cesium. The reason I did so was to boost my immune
function. Aloe vera has been used for thousands of years. It is
a component of many cosmetics and burn creams. In fact,
Alexander the Great instructed his soldiers to bring aloe vera
with them to treat wounds. There is extensive scientific
literature concerning the properties of aloe vera, and the U.S.
Department of Agriculture has approved at least one aloe vera
product for the treatment of feline leukemia in animals. This is
of particular interest since the feline leukemia virus is often
used as an experimental model for chemotherapy drugs in
development for human use. I believe an aloe vera product with a
high long-chain polysaccharide content can be a useful adjunct
to the High pH Therapy.
one particularly disturbing aspect to the government’s actions
towards aloe vera: the FDA’s continued resistance to permitting
its intravenous administration. Consider the facts:
There has been a Phase I safety study of
IV aloe vera that has established its safety.
Aloe vera has been administered
intravenously in a Phase II clinical trial in Canada.
Aloe vera is approved for by the USDA for
intravenous administration to both dogs and cats for the
treatment of cancer. This is important, because it represents
a “multi-species” use.
Intravenously administered aloe vera was
included in a human drug trial (circa 1993) in the United
Despite the clear evidence that aloe vera
is safe and efficacious when administered intravenously, the
FDA continues to refuse to permit it to be administered by IV.
discuss aloe in detail in a future newsletter.
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