I told a couple of you yesterday, and i was going to tell more of you this morning (Kim) about the next alternative treatment I’m hearing about. First let me tell you it’s name. Alfa PXP. It’s getting a lot of attention in the mid west because of an incredible cure which happpened in Stevens Point Wisconsin, a boy who needed a leg amputation, took this product and his leg healed. I’m from the mid west. the first I heard of it was a few months ago when a friend of mine asked me to check the science behind the claims and I said no - it’s one of these deals where if you sign on as a distributor you get to buy it at discount - i thought it was just a marketing ploy.
Last night she calls me, she’s off all of her meds, BP, triglycerides, cholesterol, thyroid, her weight is down from 300 to 140. Her friends are all taking it and i’ll save you the details except for the most interesting - a woman with MS has no MS anymore. The lesions in her brain are gone.
After my friend called me last night telling me of all the other neurologic illnesses it has cured (Parkinson’s, macular degeneration, neuropathies) i decided, of course, i need to try this, especially since, if it doesn’t work you get all your money back!
I wasn’t going to post anything on the forum until i found myself having good results. But then…i heard from my family this morning. They were so excited, they wanted to tell me about this product that my niece is taking (they are in Chicago and she has MAV). She is off her meds and is taking, guess what, Alfa PXP! So that’s good enough evidence for me to post to you guys. Yes, it cures MAV too.
I should have my product within a few days and i will keep you posted. My niece’s MAV was BAD but it was episodic, so it could take me longer to get well, as long as four months. My friend’s issues were cleared within a month.
I can give you some information about what is in the product and how it works, if you’re interested, but i’ll stop here for now.
But let me tell you what I found doing research on it last night:
Polysaccharide peptides are responsible for a growing number of tremendous health benefits, especially in cancer patients. A growing body of evidence supports crucial roles for glycans at various pathophysiological steps of tumor progression. Polysaccharide peptides regulate tumor proliferation, invasion, haematogenous metastasis, and angiogenesis. Increased understanding of these roles sets the stage for developing pharmaceutical agents that target cancers. Novel agents, such as polysaccharide peptides and glycans, might be used alone or in combination with operative and/or chemoradiation strategies for treating cancer. There are basically two types of glycans, alpha and beta. The potential benefits of polysaccharide peptides has prompted the government to provide the University of Oklahoma with a $34 million grant to expand the study.
I hope i don’t sound like a dupe. I was going to wait until I had good results, but my niece having GREAT results was good enough for me to post this.
Wish me luck with my latest MAV misadventure.