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  • AllGoodWays has replied to a post on the message board

    Hi, Carla, Has your sister tried sodium ascorbate instead of ascorbic acid? It is alkaline! Best wishes, Roger

    March 09 at 4:10 PM view post
    • AllGoodWays has replied to a post on the message board

      Does anyone know about this?  PACRITINIB https://www.cancer.net/research-and-advocacy/research-summaries/new-treatment-pacritinib-helps-ease-myelofibrosis-symptoms  Researchers found that after six months, about 19% of patients receiving pacritinib had a reduction in the size of their spleens, compared with almost 5% receiving other treatments. This was considered a success of treatment. For the pat...

      March 09 at 10:03 AM view post
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        Hi, Carla, this one from Maplins: https://www.maplin.co.uk/p/jpl-8050-h-professional-ultrasonic-cleaner-25l-a74jk Roger

        March 08 at 3:55 PM view post
        • AllGoodWays has replied to a post on the message board

          Hi, Carla, I do not seem to have trouble absorbing the vitamin C. I haven't had much recently because of buying the wrong lecithin which I do not like. But, generally, I am fine with it! I have just heard back from Health Monthly. They tell me that their Swansons pure lecithin is neither organic nor fermented! I will be sending it back and have just ordered sunflower lecithin from a UK firm (via Amazon.co...

          March 08 at 2:14 PM view post
          • AllGoodWays has replied to a post on the message board

            Hi, Daryl, Good to hear your positive observations. It all helps. However, when you said make sure it is L-Ascorbic acid I wondered why. as against Sodium ascorbate. Here are some comparisons: http://healthrelatedillness.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/difference-between-ascorbic-acid-and.html https://www.gaiaorganics.co.za/difference-ascorbic-acid-sodium-ascorbate/ https://supplements.knoji.com/is-sodium-ascorbate-better...

            March 07 at 7:30 PM view post
            • AllGoodWays has replied to a post on the message board

              ... I have just sent a message to a doctor on a website discussing soy lecithin and asked. They generally seem to talk of very low amounts such as occur in food preparations as being of negligible effect but I am not sure how negligible the amount we take is! I will report any answer I get! Roger

              March 07 at 8:58 AM view post
              • AllGoodWays has replied to a post on the message board

                Hi, Kalon, No problem. My protocol with liposomal is as follows: soak 4 1/4 tablespoons of (preferably) organic sunflower lecithin granules in 2 cups of water for four hours. Blend this for 50 secs. Soak 3 tablespoons of vitamin C (I use sodium ascorbate which is less acidic) plus 1 tblsp of curcumin (and if ph needs alkialising 1 tblsp of bicarbonate of soda) in 1 cup of water then blend with the lecithin f...

                March 07 at 8:46 AM view post
                • AllGoodWays has replied to a post on the message board

                  Hi, everyone, I have had a request for friendship from someone on Cancer Compass named kalonvg1. I am sorry to say I do not know who this is! Does anyone know? I have looked back, but cannot see this title! I am sure they are sincere but I do like to know to whom I am speaking! Roger

                  March 07 at 6:17 AM view post
                  • AllGoodWays has replied to a post on the message board

                    Hi, Carla, I use an ultrasound from Maplins: https://www.maplin.co.uk/p/jpl-8050-h-professional-ultrasonic-cleaner-25l-a74jk I bought mine in 2012 - no troubles. I used to have it on for 8 minutes but a doctor suggested 22 minutes was better. Best wishes, Roger

                    March 04 at 5:04 PM view post
                    • AllGoodWays has replied to a post on the message board

                      Hi, Carla, Can't remember which part of the globe you are! I live in the UK. (Meanwhile, I will bask in the compliment!) Roger

                      March 04 at 2:45 PM view post
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