lets have that again here on pfaf please: 1 gram of pure LSD for
--- In email@example.com, "Jim" <cromlech108@...> wrote:
> Do you know people that have used these services? - the first
> looks too good to be true. I could belive if it was operating out
> I don't know, Pakistan tribal areas or something?! Grams of LSD for
> $14000?! Pounds of weed for a couple of grand? Yes I'll take 10
> and a gross of AK47's as well my man.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Veal T <iignoreme@> wrote:
> > weedsthatplease.com and mellowgold.com seem to have a brisk
> for the canabis (I haven't used them personally though)
> > as for our Manofpeace
> > http://www.montelms.org/ is a good place for info on current
> how to get drugs cheep or at no cost from the drug companies,
> studies, suport etc...
> > revolutionaryhealth.com has a few studies you can read on MS
> > increased water solubles especially B1 seem to show promise
> > Alpha lipoic acid has been helpful in a mouse study and
> recently showed biochemical marker improvement in a human trial. A
> dose of 10 to 25 mg of R lipoic acid may be appropriate. Most R
> lipoic capsules come in 50 mg, so, opening a capsule and taking a
> portion is one option.
> > Carnitine has been found helpful in reducing fatigue in
> with multiple sclerosis.
> > Curcumin blocks the progression of multiple sclerosis in a
> laboratory study.
> > Fish Oil capsules and ginkgo biloba have shown intriguing
> preliminary evidence of efficacy.
> > Flavonoids may be helpful
> > Consider Vitamin D.
> > Nicotinamide has been studied in rodents.
> > Yoga is helpful
> > ( from http://www.raysahelian.com/multiplesclerosis.html)
> > Andrew Weil (he a MD) suggests
> > Decrease protein toward 10 percent of daily caloric intake.
> Replace animal protein as much as possible with plant protein.
> > Eliminate milk and milk products, substituting other calcium
> > Eat organically grown fruits and vegetables as much as
> as well as organic products made from wheat and soy.
> > Eliminate polyunsaturated vegetable oils, margarine, vegetable
> shortening, all partially hydrogenated oils, all foods (such as
> fried foods) that might contain trans-fatty acids. Use extra-virgin
> olive oil as your main fat.
> > Increase intake of omega-3 fatty acids from fish, walnuts, or
> flax and hemp seeds.
> > Eat more fruits and vegetables.
> > Eat ginger and turmeric regularly.
> > Take acidophilus culture and psyllium if constipation is a
> problem, or use the ayurvedic herbal bowel regulator, triphala.
> > Take my antioxidant and daily multivitamin formula and a B-50
> complex vitamin, and a multi-mineral supplement daily.
> > Take 5 grams of soy lecithin granules daily (store this in the
> > Take 30 milligrams of coenzyme Q (Co-Q-10) two or three times
> > Do some kind of light aerobic exercise on a regular basis.
> Choose something you enjoy but do not push your self to the point
> > Visualization, meditation, and hypnotherapy can redirect your
> mental energies in positive directions.
> > Experiment with traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic
> medicine from qualified practitioners.
> > Jim <cromlech108@> wrote:
> > I would say that if your m8 with MS is
> interested in the cannabis cure you need to do following,(in terms
> security in particular):
> > 1/ Get firefox with Tor anonomizer add on button etc.
> > 2/ Research up growing methods and seed source etc etc.
> > 3/ Obtain seed and get sent to separate address from grow place.
> > 4/ Grow seed and keep very very quite about it.
> > 5/ Do it organically and on eco electricity tarrif if indoor
> > best quality.
> > 6/ Take herb and start to be able to move body around again!
> > This way your friend will get the best quality and also will be
> > much cheaper and probably safer than buying. If you can find
> > grower who will donate to medical user then so much the better.
> > wise its £150 plus for an onze of quality buds...and it has to
> > best and there is a lot of rubbish around - badly grow with huge
> > amounts of chemicals pumped in, underdried and underweight piss
> > deals.
> > Blessings
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