Mar 302007
 

As much as I would prefer not to go to PA (as MDMHVONPA suggests) I now have two doctors appointments up there. It is certainly easier to find a Lyme doctor in tick country. Plus, going up there again will give the ticks an opportunity to get the other 4 members of the family. ๐Ÿ˜‰ I have also found a local doctor, and maybe one in LA. All that is left is to wait for the appointments, and maybe think of a couple of more questions.

On a side note I got another email about Ambrotose. It even started “I saw that you welcomed some emails about the topic, so i thought I’d take you up on it.” I don’t know where she got that impression since I’ve gone to the effort of disabling comments on most of the Ambrotose posts. I am at least glad that the sales-pitch was re-engineered to address Lyme: “However, scientifically there is a ton of evidence that points to cellular issues as being the starting block of most diseases. From Cancer to Lyme, and nearly everything in between what happens is a breakdown in cellular communication.” They must really train them well that they have an expert knowledge in Lyme, Multiple Sclerosis, etc. I guess I will have to get some additional specifics about how it helps restore “cellular communication” to cure Lyme. Personally, I am waiting for the Mannatech Fountain of Youth Juiceยฎ.

 

  6 Responses to “Waiting Game”

  1. Well it’s how I found you too! That google search engine doing its’ thing. Luckily I came here to learn stuff not sell stuff. PA sure seems like a long way to go just to get a doctor who knows something about Lyme disease. You should have picked up something more common, like measles!

  2. Mouse, you are such a sweet person. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for always having such nice comments.

    I wish Erik could have found something more common too!

    As far as the selling stuff, it’s not even the selling it as much as it’s people selling sugar water and trying to convince people without any literature of it’s efficacy. It’s very expensive too. I hate that there are people out there who take advantage of people who want treatment. Not just for MS, but cancer, asthma, gout, whatever. I remember working for an imagine facility and the people with cancer would try so many things, and there are sinister people willing to sell cures and take advantage of people in a desperate situation. I wish the product was all that. I could use the fountain of youth! I keep spending my youth chasing my three youths, LOL! They are the best though, and I wouldn’t change a thing.

    Take care, and thanks again for always being so nice.

  3. Making that imagining facility… i.e. CT scan/MRI

  4. you’re of course getting your insurance to pay for the trip to PA, right? (ha ha) and i like the idea of going to an “imagining facility,” where we can imagine ourselves free of our afflictions. sign me up!

  5. Hey Erik! I see now that the more recent post wasn’t meant for me but that’s OK ๐Ÿ™‚

    I KNOW there are people out there who try to scam people (intentionally or unintentionally based on a well-wishing) but I really wish you could take a breath and open yourself to the possibility that glycos actually do improve cells which in turn, improves so very much in the body. I’m not one who will say you’ll have a 100% recovery in ANYTHING but I will say that improved cell health could do monumental things for your body.

    http://www.scholar.google.com search “glycoproteins” and “lyme” and see what comes up. You see, Ambrotose provides the body with the “glycos” part of glycoproteins. The “glycos” are not always available in the diet and therefore problems can occur at the cell surface level (which is where the glycoproteins are.) Imagine what can happen if glycos are abundant in the diet so that glycoproteins can be properly formed on cell surfaces. Hmmm.

  6. And just for fun, you can also just search “glyconutrients” at scholar.google.com

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