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Marnie
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http://www.anoasisofhealing.com/salicinium/

How Orasal (Salicinium) Works:

https://www.naturodoc.biz/PB-LSalP.htm

Can purchase.

Salicinium, a natural plant extract, is a glycome (complex sugar molecule)...

Basically, in infected, not normal cells, that herbal plant extract...


Utilizing the glycolytic pathway, when the malignant cell senses Salicinium passing by in the bloodstream, it invites it in, and very quickly another enzyme, b-glucosidase, found in abundance in fermenting cells, splits the sugar from the complex molecule.

The nonglycome part of the molecule, when released,

attaches to the NAD+

and disrupts the oxidation/reduction process that creates the NADH-.

This causes the cell to cease production of Nagalase.

Up goes GCMAF and the macrophage can finally complete its job.

[ 05-17-2017, 04:37 PM: Message edited by: Marnie ]

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Marnie
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Up near GcMAF links.

This appears to be a really plant extract to support our immune system.

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Thanks Marnie--

This sounds very promising and way easier than making GcMaf yogurt!!

TPTB really goofed up when they murdered all those naturopathic doctors a few years ago -- the murderous criminals stupidly drew MORE attention to the Nagalase issue (which they sought to cover up with the murders)-- Before the murders, most people had never even heard of nagalase. Now many people know about it and the cat is out of the bag.

Those doctors who were killed are heroes who sacrificed their lives for us. My heart goes out to their families.

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Marnie, they do have that salicinum too, in imprinted form!!! [Big Grin] [Big Grin]

I haven't ordered, as I'm having some tough times with imprinted GcMaf!! [bonk]

thanks for posting!!

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