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cagey
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hello there,

I needed to check with you or with any one you know who is knowledgeable about the effectiveness of FLP (Forever Living, Aloe Vera based) products (I believe a combination of the Gelly, Bee Propolis and Gel) for treatment of lung fibrosis. I shall be grateful if you or any one with first hand knowledge (someone who knows it has worked and how) could let us know.

This is to be able to help my wife's uncle who has been suffering from Fibrosis for some time and is quite, quite ucomfortable. We had given him Aloe Vera Gel and it had helped a bit, butwe did tell himthat we weren't sure of the exact formula / combination that would work. We are quite convinced in our minds that it should work, but do not know any one who has benefited / recovered and what was the exact combination / formula of the FLP products that worked / works for sure for lung fibrosis.

Thanks. Cheers.

Cagey

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sunanda
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RE: lung fibrosis

Hello Cagey

I'm wondering exactly what you mean by 'lung fibrosis'. I have been diagnosed with a lung complaint called 'pulmonary fibrosis' (also known as fibrosing alveolitis) and I can only think this is the same thing that you're talking about. If this is the case, I think you should know that there is no known cure for this condition. the alveoli - the valves which let oxygen into the lungs and carbon dioxide out - are permanently damaged and can only get worse, apparently. The damage is considered to be permanent. the medical profession can only offer long term steroids to treat the condition. I declined to go on steroids and actually visited a psychic surgeon, Stephen Turoff. (See the thread on psychic surgery.) This I'm sure helped me. But I wouldn't be at all confident of being cured by what you propose, though of course I would be delighted to hear if it does work. I also have to say that I've never heard of FLP - are these products well known in UK?

Anyway, hope you get the info you need.

All the best
Sunanda x

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cagey
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RE: lung fibrosis

hi sunanda,
that was awfully nice of you to respond to my post. you do make pertinent observations. i do have great faith in the magical properties of aloe vera, and am myself benefiting from it as a general tonic - it cleanses your system of toxins besides other things plus makes the absorption of nutrients and medication naturally more effective.

your name suggests you could be from india. i am from delhi. yes, flp does have its products in uk. if interested, do check out [link= http://www.foreverliving.com]www.foreverliving.com[/link] and / or punch in aloe vera in google search. if you get interested in becoming a member, let me know, i shall send you a free membership form, by which you can take their products.

was sorry to learn about your fibrosis problem - am trying to confirm the best combination, which is why i responded to your post. shall definitely let you know whenever am sure of the combination. as i said, my wife's uncle did benefit a bit (there is a medical reason why) but am sure there should be a combination along with aloe vera.do let me know your email id if it is permitted and if it is a faster means of communicating.

cheersand thanks again.

cagey

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sunanda
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RE: lung fibrosis

Hi Cagey

No, I'm not from India but I do spend half of each year there and the name was given by my teacher, Mata Amritanandamayi. I'll have a look at the website you've given. Thanks.

Om shanti.
Sunanda

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solarized
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RE: lung fibrosis

pulmonary fibrosis is ireversable obviously. once tissue is scarred it can never return to previous state. with these illnesses the medical proffession can only slow the decline but not reverse the damage.

however there have been trials at birmingham university hospital of a drug to treat the symptoms of emphysema in smokers ... the drug mimics the growth chemical in developin foetuses that trigger/signal the alveoli to develop. this drug in adult 'sufferers' (i hate that term) signals destroyed/remoddled aveoli to grow once more .. so this drug does actually repair remodeled small airways. 🙂

the drug is in its latter stages of trials (trialled on actual patients in clinic ) and the results are very promisin indeed. expect it to hit the market in the next couple of years .. maybe sooner. the pharm company behind it is obviously eager to get it on the market cuz of the massive demand for such a drug.

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Georgia275
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RE: lung fibrosis

Hi everyone,

Just had my annual health check and my chest x-ray showed 'slight emphysema'. Oh lord! That doesn't sound very good. There's quite a bit of air pollution where I live and when I was younger I did have the odd cigarette (I know, I know...) Bit worried now and wondering how I can improve things. Will read all the posts in this section... Any suggestions?

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ALiH78
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Hello, please read this.

Hello,

My dad was diagnosed with fibrosing alveolitis when he was 58.
He did not respond to any medication or steroid treatment, and despite his age, did recieve a lung transplant.
His disease was so advanced, and so bad that he was originally supposed to have a double lung transplant.
Unfortunately, only one lung was available, and if he did not accept this organ, he would have been dead in a matter of days. He accepted the organ and immediately was taken to hospital for his operation.
The effects of the surgery were noticeable immediately, he had good skin colour, and was able to breath unaided within 24 hours, something he could not do just hours before his surgery.
My dad had his transplant nearly 12 years ago and is in good physical health. Patients are closely monitored, and have a full check up every 6 months.
It has made a great deal of difference to his quality of life.

I am getting so mad, that pretty much all the information i have read up on about this disease, none but 2 sites say anything about transplantation.
Transplantation is a possibility with this disease and it can work.
Maybe not for all, but some, if more was done to raise awareness about how FA can be treated in this manner.

I hope that this post can give you hope, best wishes,
Ali x

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myarka
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Hi everyone,

Just had my annual health check and my chest x-ray showed 'slight emphysema'. Oh lord! That doesn't sound very good. There's quite a bit of air pollution where I live and when I was younger I did have the odd cigarette (I know, I know...) Bit worried now and wondering how I can improve things. Will read all the posts in this section... Any suggestions?

I was diagnosed with "slight emphysema" about 6 months ago and it was a big shock, and I now use an inhaler when I need it.

My doctor told me that because I stopped smoking over 4 years ago it should not progress and will stay at the same level, so big relief.

I practice karate 3 times a week and was worried that I would have to give it up. But I needn't of worried because a couple of puffs of my inhaler before I start training and away I go. I was also worried that if I pushed too hard, I might "break something" so should I be carefull? From NHS I read about living with emphysema (COPD) and found exercise is good for it and it's not possible to over work my lungs. Although I get puffed out quicker than most, I feel happy that I'm able to exercise and I'm still able to keep up with some who are 20 years my junior.

To improve things you need, good diet, regular exercise and low stress. Don't feel embarressed talking to your loved ones about and remember it's a condition you can live with.

Myarka

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mvcseara
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detoxification

Hi everyone,

Just had my annual health check and my chest x-ray showed 'slight emphysema'. Oh lord! That doesn't sound very good. There's quite a bit of air pollution where I live and when I was younger I did have the odd cigarette (I know, I know...) Bit worried now and wondering how I can improve things. Will read all the posts in this section... Any suggestions?

Dear friends,
about efisema and fibrosis I tell them I have known of the natural products of FLP.
Are products based on aloe vera and has given excellent results to those that use.
In the official site is not much information but if you do a Google search on aloe vera will see is an ancient plant, rich in nutrients, different ...
has helped many people in several cases, including the regeneration of tissues.
If you have interest I can tell them to buy direct from the factory.
I can give the products to be used.
See some testimonials about the products on my youtube.
God bless us!

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mvcseara
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dear friends,
about efisema fibrosis and I tell them I have known of the natural products of FLP.
Are products based on aloe vera and has given excellent results to those that use.
In the official site is not much information but if you do a Google search on aloe vera will see is an ancient plant, rich in nutrients, different ...
has helped many people in several cases, including the regeneration of tissues.
If you have interest I can tell them to buy direct from the factory.
I can give the products to be used.
See some testimonials about the products on my youtube.
God bless us!

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Rebel Without A Coat
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My research so far shows pulmonary fibrosis to be yet another disease that most people think there's no cure for when there is, I would look up CBD oil, vaping good quality cannabis and dietary approaches - if you give the body the right fuel it will heal just about any long term ailment no matter how deadly your average doctor may think it is. Best of luck!! x

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