I once contacted you and your answer really helped, now I would, but I needed one more advice, I hope you are not angry with me, I am very grateful to you. At that time, I asked about my grandmother's treatment with shiny glossy glass, you answered me as follows: Hepatic cancer in an elderly patient - the potential of glossy and healing sponges .
Meanwhile, we have ordered this sponge from another company, details will be provided in the appendix. Her grandmother was taking 2 capsules in the morning and 2 capsules in the evening and still enjoying mycoimun where there are other sponges from the beginning 3 times a day and later only once a day, now our shine is coming and we would rather go to the Taiwan TCM you recommend, That it is appropriate to take a dose of 3000-5000mg a day, but we did not quite understand if the ferret extract 5x is concentrated if we divided it five or if we were to count the mg of that concentrate. I know it sounds foolish, but could not you please tell us how much capsules you just have a day and how much to take that extract? We would then know how much we should order for a month, it would help us, our grandmother is already a sponge, it is left for seven days, and we would like to order this preparation to follow it straight Previous and above all, we would not want to make a dosing error. Otherwise, I must tell you that oncologists really do not really notice the effects of this fungus, and even the doctor has told us that the fungi are harmful if the grandmother does not take such a thing. I figured I'd still like to send you the latest liver news report in the appendix, if you need to provide some information on how you would adjust the dosage. It is true that on November 15, the largest body was about 1 cm large and now it is big 4 cm, which is quite fast, but on the other hand we are glad that the tumor is still holding only on the liver and does not grow further. I do not know if this information is important to you in determining the dose, but I tried to provide as much information as possible.
I really thank you very much
Wishing the beautiful day of Jan N.
I would like to apologize for not having the time to answer you on time. I also know the direction of your patient's fate. I write this answer better than never before. I hope that, if nothing else, will be at least for you psychological encouragement and assurance that your choice of complementary treatment with anticancer fungi is right.
Dosage of mushrooms
When I'm totally honest, the dosage of mushrooms is not clear. It does not pay quite a dose-dependent effect. Even a relatively small dose of glossy glossy glitter , colorful outlaws and other medicinal mushrooms has a great potential to stimulate the immune system to destroy cancer cells - so at least their effect is largely explained. If doses increase, the effect is increased, but not proportionally to the dose. For example, gloss gloss is recommended for 3000-5000 mg of concentrate per day in patients with a diagnosed malignant tumor, which represents a much higher dose than 3000-5000mg (unconcentrated) mercury powder daily recommended for healthy people with an increased risk of cancer. (Increased risk is, for example, a cancer with a high inheritance in a close family, a chemical or radiation burden from the environment, etc.)
The decision to treat hepatic liver cancer was correct
If your doctor says that the fungi are harmful and "no matter how grandmother does not," he would have to qualify his claim in some way. That is, to tell more precisely what specific mushrooms they are talking about and why and in what amounts they are harmful. The allegation of harmfulness is definitely invalid in glossy gloss, whether it is a milled fruit, concentrate, or some other part of the gloss. Glossy is an adaptogen and is 100% proven to have no side effects. If that doctor were to discuss with me face to face, you would see how he would run. Also, a large number of patients would not agree with the physician's claim, which, thanks to glans and other anti-cancerous mushrooms, has been included in the statistics of those who are suffering from cancer after full recovery.