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Brussels
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLJOfHcPkhk

Cistus incanus as a wide spectrum treatment against retroviruses.

Cistus + stevia: to treat lyme, herpes, mold and human endogenous retroviruses

Tea should be rebrewed 3 times!! Take 6-8 cups a day.

this has become the FOUNDATION of treatment of chronic disease for dr. K (he said in this short video).

He's using cistus incanus for the treatment of:

chronic lyme disease
MS, Parkinsons,

autism
ALS

mold
herpes

retroviruses

CFS
hyperactive children

ADHD
for some cases of Leukemia

various cancers (because many cancers are triggered by retroviruses)

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Has anyone tried cistus tea + stevia for a long time, in 3 brews??

What is your experience?

I'm taking it, I don't know if something is happening.

I don't have lyme, not many viruses as far as I know...

6-8 cups a day seem very much, but anyway, I'm taking about 3 cups a day just to see if my body reacts.

I had 2 new tick bites just now, I think it won't be a big problem to continue.

Anyone on long term cistus?? What's your experience?

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keep us posted ok

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I'm still going on.

the bites are still there, they take weeks to disappear...

My gut is still not healed. I wonder if this is cistus doing something, or the raw veggies, or if this is tick-bite related....


I like the taste of cistus with stevia. Delicious.


SO no one has taken cistus for a long time?

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Where is cistus purchased? I've never heard of this tea.
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I buy here in Germany in any health food shop.

It's called cistus incanus.

I think dr. K is selling some in some of his websites too.

the general name is rockrose, but that includes other species of Cistus.

I'm drinking this stuff daily, the taste is good, specially if you add stevia.

By the 3rd brew, I feel more stevia taste than anything else (as I keep adding stevia at every brew).

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https://www.amazon.com/BioPure-Cistus-Polyphenol-Antioxidant-Support/dp/B010TT8VAC

https://www.amazon.com/Cistus-Tea-8-8-Antioxidant-%C3%96KO-005/dp/B06ZXZCN8T

I don't know if this is good, but it's cheap.

https://www.ebay.com/p/500g-Cistus-Incanus-Tea-Premium-Quality-100-Pure-Nature-Rockrose-Herbal-Tea/1762230366

I guess you gotta ask whether these are organic or not before buying...

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https://healingsolutionshealth.myshopify.com/products/biopure-cistus-incanus-herbal-tincture
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