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f13girl
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Has anyone taken rechtsregulat and what was your experience? I think dr K i big on this.
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We have and it is always in my med cabinet. It thins thick black blood within minutes. I witnessed that myself during a blood draw. Came out thick like pudding, if at all; one t of Rechtsregulat, flow set in immedately, within less than five minues. After a few days of regular dose, some drops will keep things flowing.

Nothing works well, when blood flow is restricted.

He is big on it, because it works. Have to stop taking it before surgery. I started to put it in my homemade Sauerkraut!

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gigi- I was told it reduces biofilm and allows the body to kill the lyme? is that correct? what does dr. k advocate it's use for? is it good for all lymies?
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one more thing - i spoke with someone who said it got her out of her wheelchair (this is while nolonger on abx)
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f13girl, all the above come up when you do a search with "Rechtsregulat" in the uppermost column and my # 259 in the bottom box. See if you dan get to them. There is tons of info about it.

Yes, I believe it punches holes into the biofilm.However, I would not say that any one thing gets someone
out of the wheelchair. If you have done a lot of other treatments/therapies, etc.,
but add in Rechtsregulat to activate the system
to get the proper enzymatic action needed, which Rechtsregulat supplies, it is very possible that that will be the tricker. I call it my 10,000 enzymes.

Many people from the board who have taken the Allergie Immun test find that their enzyme production is totally blocked at the DNA level and that problem is fixed during the first round of AI. Rechtsregulat will help all the way.
I don't like to say that one thing does it all - just like I don't believe that the Lyme bacteria is the only problem that gets us into trouble.

It all needs to be fixed to get back to health.

Take care.

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I love Rechts. While I'm off lyme treatment for now practically one whole year, I always take Rechts (when I remember, early in the morning).

I use though the diluted version I do by myself, in D1 dilution, as according to my energetic tests, it is better than the undiluted version. I've been doing that for about 2 whole years now.

I see it like food and as a sort of life insurance!

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the person I spoke with was also doing classical homeopathy treatments in conjunction with the rechts-she is not 100% but better /out of wheelchair/working part time - she is now seeing dr. k to try and fully recover.
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