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Greetings to all at the Embassy of Heaven fellowship in the name of Jesus Christ.
Two weeks ago I came down with a severe pain in my abdomen, not to mention my back - everywhere really! I called some friends and asked for prayer. They both agreed that it sounded like I had a gall bladder attack. Well, I got better the next day and kind of did a "Jonah". I "ran" from the fact that I needed to do the gall bladder cleanse. I said to myself, "I feel fine now. I'll do the cleanse if I ever get another attack."
Well the Lord found Jonah, and he found me, too. A week later I talked with a friend that had his gall bladder taken out. Then I began to really look forward to doing the cleanse, instead of avoiding it.
Anyway, I started the cleanse. Just as your booklet says, I had a fairly uncomfortable third night. But, oh man! The next day I must have passed at least 50 gallstones. I could not understand how my gall bladder even functioned with all the stones I had to pass. Praise the Lord for your booklet. I look forward to doing the cleanse again soon just to make sure I've gotten them all. Thanks and God bless.
CG - North Carolina
All ingredients are powdered organic and wildcrafted herbs: White Oak bark, cinnamon, peppermint, horsetail, prickly ash bark, cloves, stevia, myrrh, bayberry root bark, and slippery elm.
Rinse toothbrush, shake off excess moisture. Dip in White Oak Herbal Tooth Powder and brush.
To quicken the healing of tooth and gum problems, dampen finger and dip in White Oak Herbal Tooth Powder. Place powder between upper and lower gums around tooth area and leave on all night, six days a week until improvement is evident. Continue brushing regularly.
Modern toothpaste contains a mouthful of chemicals that are dangerous to swallow. In fact, the number one call to the poison control center is for children who have been caught eating fluoride toothpaste. It's no accident that fluoride toothpaste has a poison warning label.
Growing up in the fifties, Mom thought that toothpaste was an expensive gimmick. We brushed with Colgate tooth powder. It came in a red and white can with a shaker top. Finally in the mid-sixties we succumbed to the power of advertising and switched over to toothpaste.
Now I'm back to using tooth powder and it takes some getting used to. Because it is made of natural herbs, it tends to stain the toothbrush. And it seems impossible that a brown powder could whiten teeth, but it does. I especially like the way it cleans the teeth without leaving a slick residue.
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