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janice victorov
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Been on Lumbrokinase a few months. Is it possible to herx?

Research says its possible?

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OH YES!! Find "canefan's" recent post on Boluoke... same thing.

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Yes it is

Lumbrokinase (especially Boluoke) decreases viscosity. Aka thins a thick blood.

Lyme and co can cause thick blood, biofilms, and can help cause clotting.

Lumbro counters all of that and as a result blood starts flowing better. Your blood becomes brighter and redder (mine did).

And when you go to draw blood from a lab - no more sticky blood that won't fill the tubes.

: ) Just be prepared because any antimicrobals you may be on might all of sudden hit parts of brain and CNS they weren't hitting before. And if not ready that can whack you.

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Canefan, do u mean antimicrobals like antibiotics or the bron white or Cowden herbs?

I've been on this for a few months and now hitting something.

Thanks for all your help.

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Yes, anything with action against bacteria.

But even vitamins/minerals and supplements work better with better blood flow.

Taking brain herbs are pretty useless if the substances can't reach the brain. So on and so forth

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Thanks. I've been evading a lot about it. I found that Lumbrokinase is good stuff.

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Is Boluoke a lot better ?/// Big bucks, but want my active with humans life back .

Can it work on a every other day basis????

Was shown sluggy blood under scope, also a few little active critters [rant]


This should help lower legs flow and feel better???

That's a question , not comment, Thanks

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