My First "Miracle" Patient
Like pretty much everyone in the world, I was skeptical when I first heard that allergies could be fixed. Everyone knows that's not possible, right? That's why I used to joke with my allergy-suffering patients (before I knew better) that if I had a cure for allergies there'd be a line out my door and halfway down the street. They'd smile as best they could and agree.
It was humorous because we knew it wasn't true.
Then I found out it was true.
I first tried the treatment on my family, of course, then the patient who asked me to learn how to do the treatment. Once I saw that it worked, I was ready to market the treatment.
Shortly after I bought a BioMeridian MSAS-Pro, I had a patient referred in by a family member. My family, that is. Her problem was, she had anaphylactic reactions to pretty much all fruit. The only way she could eat fruit was if it was boiled to mush (why she would even want to eat boiled-to-mush fruit is a question I never asked her).
As I teach in SET-DB, I required her to go through the nutrient groups before we started treating foods, in her case, fruit. Because I didn't know better, I treated the category called "phenolics" fifth or six (it was a long time ago). I recall she came in on a Monday and got a treatment every day that week (so it was treated fifth). Friday was phenolics.
She returned on Monday and told me she ate a whole bag of oranges over the weekend. (I did NOT tell her to do that nor did I suggest she try eating oranges.)
THAT was a miracle to me, and certainly to my patient.
It's likely that treating her for the phenolic gallic acid did the trick.
After that I witnessed many "miracles" in my practice. I came to call the treatments for amino acids and phenolics (two separate treatments) my "miracle treatments" because many patients had seemingly miraculous results after one of them. This is why they're treated first and second in SET-DB.
Dr. Teryl Boothe and selected guests.