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Cryoglobulinemia and Sustained Viral Response

From: allForms
Sent: Saturday, August 06, 2011 4:11 AM
To: lloyd
Subject: Ask Lloyd ...

Hi Lloyd:
Do you have any experience with mixed cryoglobulinemia ( Vasculitis ). I have not been diagnosed with this condition but I believe I have it. I know it is a secondary manifestation of Hep. C that is common in about 50 percent of chronic hep. c patients. I have discolored legs below the knees to the feet. I also have red shiney blotches on my shins and around my ankles with blisters. I have edema in this area as well. From what I have read this is a autoimmune disease caused from the hep. c virus. Systemic Enzymes seems to be the only thing I have read that could help with this condition other than interferon and steroids. I have low blood platelets ( In the 70's ). I know in certain autoimmune conditions your platelets can be destroyed by the immune system. Do you have any input ?

Thanks, Brian


 

From: Lloyd Wright
To: brian
Sent: Sunday, August 7, 2011 12:41 PM
Subject: RE: Ask Lloyd ...

Hi Brian,

Cryoglobulinemia is extremely rare. I have had thousands of clients test for this and only an extremely small group test positive.

Get the test and send me the results.

NatCell thymus works very well on most autoimmune conditions.

To raise your platelets, take Norwegian Shark Liver Oil, 1000 mg a day. This item will raise platelets 20 to 26 points in 30 days in most people. It does take longer in cirrhosis.

I wish I knew more about cryoglobulinemia but because it is so rare I have not had much experience with it.

In health.
Lloyd

 


From: Brian
Sent: Monday, August 22, 2011 10:52 AM
To: Lloyd Wright
Subject: Re: Ask Lloyd ...

Hi Lloyd:

I know that you have had several clients become SVR using supplements. Can you tell me what they

used to obtain SVR .

Thanks, Brian

 


 

From: Lloyd Wright
To: 'Brian
Sent: Wednesday, August 24, 2011 1:29 PM
Subject: RE: Ask Lloyd ...

Hi Brian,

The answer to this varies between each person. Seems like every person took some of the same things but also different things.

A common scenario is people are taking program one and VEP II. Got a few non-detected from that this year.

From one item Naringenin stands out.

People who take a lot of NatCell have sustained viral response.

My new blueberry is getting people real close.

In health,
Lloyd