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Decreased thyroid function in breast cancer

Hello, half a year ago I was diagnosed with breast cancer , I have chemotherapy and radiotherapy. I have a pollen allergy and a decreased thyroid function. I am convinced that the weakening of my immunity has caused me this serious illness. I have dropped my thyroid medication without a doctor's attention in April, and I do not take medication because it does not cure the cause. I'm already enjoying some immune supplements. I have no experience with ginseng, so please advise how to start using. Yours sincerely.

Ladies and gentlemen,

For cases like yours, sponges that are really effective against cancer are particularly useful: they increase survival time and reduce the likelihood of relapse. These are especially wood-like fungi: Glossy Glossy ( Ganoderma lucidum ) and Outkovka pestrá (Trametes, not Coriolus versicolor) .

It is best to take Powder Concentrate (Forte). It is a concentrate of active substances that is so stronger than a regular powder extract. In your case, I would recommend to use a concentrate of both in a quantity of 3 times a day, 2-3 capsules of glossy papers + 2-3 capsules of outcoat. Both mushrooms (shiny and white) are otherwise harmless, they can be safely used in larger quantities, but larger doses do not bend proportionally.

As for ginseng , it is a good health benefit for oncology patients, and I would also recommend that you order a top quality 6-year-old ginseng and enjoy it together with the Chinese goji . I do not know your health situation exactly, so I do not know exactly what is wrong with you and it is not about saving, but in any case ginseng will multiply the ability of your body to regenerate the immune system and repair damage after chemotherapy and radiotherapy . The recommended dosage for ginseng for your case is 4-10 grams a day (2-5 slices of ginseng Liang) in the form of a sweat as much as you can with it.

Ginseng also has certain anti-cancer effects , but these do not always occur and are little explored. By this hammer, which, in many cancers, reduces the tendency to unfavorable development are mainly those mushrooms.

I also provide you with a link to my explanation of the difference in glossary concentration (this is the answer of one doctor who is interested in glossy eye ).

Regards,
-boris-

| 1.9.2010

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