I am feeling OK today. When I first started taking your
supplements, I felt really good-now I'm just feeling OK. I
want to get the frozen thymus, if I do take that what else
do I need (as a minimum)?
I understand that the thymus is great. I cannot afford both
the level two and the thymus. I do like the dandelion tea
and want to keep taking it.
Also, you said that you took the frozen thymus every other
day. I can't afford to do that either. If I got the 24 vial
pk. Would it work just to take it twice a week? I am feeling
like I really need your help on this because I only work part
time. I got laid off 4 months ago, found another job within
a month. I had to take a pay cut and of course only part time.
When I do work a full day, I am really exhausted. I haven't
been taking naps though, and spending an hour or more in the
sun as you suggested.
Felling OK is just not good enough, maybe I'm just a little
down today. Need your input---PLEASE
A couple weeks ago in my diary, we talked about the anti-depressants.
I have cut them way back-to 1/2 , that was before your advice
and now down to 1/4 --- hope to be off of the (mornings) effexor
within a month. I have to do this gradually because of the
addictive nature of the prescriptions and the side effects.
I have cut the (nightime) serequel by 1/2 and will start soon
to reduce it to 1/4, on the clonazapam (nightime) I was taking
taking 1mg, now down to .5mg.
Talk to you soon
You may be feeling a little down because you are cutting down
on other drugs.
I am very proud of you. It is extremely difficult to cut
down and stop. I think the drug companies designed that into
the drugs. Most people would never think such a thing about
drug companies but look what the once great tobacco companies
did to us. First they glorified smoking in the movies, paid
off senators and congressmen, made cigarettes more addictive,
claimed they were not and advertised them to children in the
name of long lasting profits.
The drug companies are doing a better job at selling there
crap because so many Americans believe that doctors are gods.