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Healing Through Organic Sunflower Oil

Article in Ukrainian Oncology Association Journal on Treatment method for Lymphatic disorders including AIDS and Cancer
by Dr. F. Karach M.D.
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It is surprising that through this simple healing method a wide variety of symptoms have unquestionably disappeared without any side effects. This simple method is possible to completely heal a wide variety of diseases which would normally either be treated by surgical means or by powerful radiation or potent drugs, usually with significant side effects. The simplicity of this healing system in which sunflower oil is swirled backwards and forwards in the mouth is due to the stimulating effects which it has on the body’s eliminative system.
Through this method it is possible to heal individual cells, cell conglomerates such as lymph nodes and more complex tissues such as the internal organs simultaneously, this occurs because the beneficial micro flora throughout the body are provided with a healthy continuum.
Without this natural bodily intrinsic element evinced by the micro flora the usual pattern of human body tends to lean towards illness rather than wellness. Dr. Karach anticipates that regular application of this treatment to reverse the degenerative process would likely to increase the average human lifespan to approximately 150 years, double the present life expectancy. 
By means of this treatment, diseases like migraine headaches, bronchitis, teeth and gum problems, arterio-thrombosis, chronic blood disorders such as leukemia, arthritis and related illnesses, neuro-physiological paralysis, eczema, gastro enteritis, peritonitis, heart disease, kidney disease, meningitis, and women’s hormonal disorders are completely eliminated.
The benefit of Dr. Karach’s method is that the sunflower oil therapy heals the whole body in perpetuity. In terminal diseases such as cancer, AIDS, and chronic infections this treatment method has been shown to successfully replace all others. Dr. Karach has successfully healed a chronic leukemia with 15 years of brush treatment methods behind him. Acute arthritis in one patient who has totally bedridden was completely healed in 3 days with no inflammation apparent.
How to do?
Buy some sunflower oil, preferably organic. It must be cold pressed oil. Ensure that the bottle is firmly capped immediately after use otherwise the unsaturated fatty acids will quickly become rancid on exposure to air. In the morning before brushing your teeth, before drinking anything and before breakfast, place one tablespoon of oil in your mouth. Do Not Swallow It. Rinse backwards and forwards without excessive pressure for 15 to 20 minutes, making sure that the oil is swilled between the teeth. At the same time stimulate the salivary glands by exercising the jaw as if chewing. This releases pre-digestive enzymes. 
The toxins and bacteriophages within the circulatory system will be extracted by the oral salivary glands thereby cleaning the blood. For this reason one must under no circumstances swallow any of the oil rinsed in the mouth because it will contain elements of extreme toxicity. Initially the oil will be fairly viscous, but after a few minutes it will start to become thin and white like bleached wool. After 15~20 minutes, if the oil still appears yellow, continue the swilling until it turns white.
After spitting out the oil ensure that you rinse the mouth thoroughly several times with water, that you methodically brush your teeth, and finally wash your toothbrush. By cleaning the toothbrush afterwards as well as the sink you will ensure that large number of bacteria, viruses, and toxins and chemicals have been removed, when viewed under a microscope one drop of this oil and saliva mixture shows fungal spores, bacteria and other microscopic organisms in profusion.
Shortly after the rinsing of the oil is completed a noticeable strengthening of both lymphatic and circulatory systems is evident, this is possible due to the dual process of detoxification and autoimmune stimulation. A secondary effect of this oil therapy is the strengthening of teeth, improved circulation in the gums and improved growth and whitening of the teeth.
Although the oil therapy is best applied first thing in the morning before breakfast, when disease symptoms are evident it is of benefit to use the technique before main meals of the day, and when not having liquid for twenty minutes. #sunflowers #flowers #sunfloweroil #survivor #cancersux #iamstillawoman
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Image result for sunflowers what are they
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Image result for sunflowers what are they
Image result for sunflowers what are they
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Helianthus annuus, the common sunflower, is a large annual forb of the genus Helianthus grown as a crop for its edible oil and edible fruits. Wi
Sunflower oil is the non-volatile oil pressed from the seeds of sunflower. Sunflower oil is commonly used in food as a frying oil, and in cosmetic formulations as an emollient. Wikip
Then I saw Vodka helps. I am like yay! Not sure but it does sound good.  Most likely this protocol is using Vodka to get the Sunflower Oilinside the cancer cells. However it works the Sunflower Oil gets inside the cancer cells. Sunflower oil will kill some types of bacteria and Cancer. 

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