oh big deal. get a clue and do some authentic research. FDA has had nothing but complaints about reliv, monavie and other hype-brands. THERE IS NO MIRACLE CURE FOR MS. And you must remember, with your fine testimonial, what happens when one assumes..... flapkatView Thread
that last was directed to tech mike and his open mind. Innuendo? If you have extra money to spend on crap, go right ahead. but if you are not dealing with a debilitating, progressive and incurable condition, shut the heck up. sorry swampster, if it went to your post. You know I love my frogswirl....I made raspberry- it was wonderful....almost, but not quite, as effective as a good shot of JACK. BREATHE... flapkatView Thread
I don't give a rats rear end what techmike says, if he isn't dealing with the reality of MLM, he is from outer space. RELIV is just like MONAVIE a couple of years ago. Utter crap. PPL will believe what they want to, but if you really feel the need to waste your money, send it to me. I'll pay my cable and have a nice dinner somewhere.
MS affects the immune system. A product that boosts the immune system will absolutely work against anyone with MS. Our immune systems are already in over drive.
Go ahead, tech mike, and hide your ignorance by claiming to work in corporate america. I served in the military for 20 years, and had another 20 in various nursing arenas....I have my PhD., and I KNOW there are many other PPL on this forum who have the equal or even more education and knowledge.
If you, techmike, think it will work wonders for you I would suggest a psychiatric evaluation to test your relationship to reality. And I stand by the research done at UCD, in CA. Also, UCSF, in the bay area. Reliv is garbage and if you wish, take garbage and shut the heck up about your fabulous experience. Reliv will NOT make MS better. You need to do more research, bud, before you post how great it is. And by the way, the FDA never responded, because they do not investigate any product that does not contain scheduled drugs. Moron. flapkat (always speaking my mind).View Thread
Hi Swamp and InBarb...its the old flapkat. Back again, if I can get the PW right. I am on FB, did not know there is a special "port" for the old group. Please tell me I can still come and play. Alone, adrift and screwed up, as usual. BREATHE... so you know its really me. flapView Thread
so who held the bowl and who had the lighter? Scratch the surface of so many ppl, and I am NEVER surprised what I may find. Sounds like a good doc. Wonder what they do about the munchies? fat-free chips and low cal dip? LOL.View Thread
OK. Thanks for the input. So if I were the patient, and I am, what points should I bring up with my MS doc to open this discussion? What issues would you consider, and how would you proceed? thanks, flapkatView Thread
agree. However, unless they practice independently, (and what physician can really afford to,in these good-old-HMO-days?) you will find if they are part of a sponsored group practice, they will "officially" be against it. Good luck finding a practice that will condone one of their employees, such as an MD or DO, agreeing with or recommending it. Goes against policy. Doesn't matter if it works or not, it doesn't make them any money. They would rather we put another toxic substance into our bodies, rather than a natural product. Think about that. All about the $$$$$. War on drugs, my butt. However, and this is a huge however, many have already experienced it, understand the mechanics, the benefits and the availability, BUT even though those conditions may apply, they will not officially sanction its use.
If one does it correctly, each dose is measured and equal in strength to the next, provided the same base unit is used for all the mixture. That means from the same original source, and according to the same recipe. It doesn't make big pharm any money....that is why it continues to "be of no medical use" per DEA and FDA. Who left those idiots in charge of our bodies? When it's available on craigs list??? I'm just saying... flapkatView Thread
I am curious to have a question answered by either MD expert: Would you consider having a patient on tysabri, who is a difficult venipuncture patient, undergoing a direct access port implantation? thanks, flapkatView Thread