Posts tagged Crohn's
Which sounds like a better deal on health? $500 a month for life? Or $419 one time?
I’m still in a state of shock! One of my Facebook friends (28 years old) had surgery last month.
After a long battle with Crohn’s disease, she decided to get it all “fixed,” and go for the full colon removal. She is now learning the care and maintenance of her colostomy bag, her new “friend” for the rest of her life.
And I didn’t even hear about it until it was a done deal!! I wish I had been able to interest her in the Hulda Clark Zapper and Zappicator, to help her with her agonizing pain and digestive issues. She worked for a family that regularly used our Wellness System, but I do not think she ever really “got it.”
But she is fine now, right?
Since she went to all the risk and trouble of surgery, I really wish surgery had solved all her problems. But it did not. She still has pancreatitis and gall bladder disease, and she is still running to the doctors, trying to find more solutions.
And consider THIS: The colostomy bag and supplies will cost $500 per month for the rest of her life! (because she is now considered disabled, she gets them covered under provincial disability support, but you know that someone is paying that $500 per month) Kind of sad, really, when an Integrated Wellness System may well have helped her, preventing the need for surgery, disability pension, colostomy supplies, and more doctor visits, all for $419. That is less than the cost of a single month of colostomy bags!
Dr. Clark’s own words still ring in my head. “Be careful not to lose any vital anatomical parts in surgery, because you may need them later when you are healthy!”. (p. 1, The Cure for All Cancers, by Hulda Regehr Clark, Ph.D., N.D.)
How true! Avoid the road to disability, and the colostomy supply store. For non-toxic natural alternatives, and health support, check out www.BestZapper.com
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