Last week, I posted Fighting Parkinson’s, and cleaning the pool revisited. In that post I explained how the cleaning of toxins from the body was a process that required a lot of energy and could make symptoms look worse while the healing of the person was taking place. A comment posted in response to that blog post proves that the “cleaning the pool” concept is correct.
Here is a comment that was posted two days after the posting of “Fighting Parkinson’s, and cleaning the pool revisited.”
“Rainer from Germany says:
January 15, 2017 at 5:23 pm
This concept of cleaning the pool is really wonderful. It explains very well what happens when toxins are eliminated from our bodies. It corresponds fully to my situation over the last four months or so. My symptoms have been very difficult, but at the same time I know that my health inside is constantly improving. I know this because all the signs are very good: white of the eyes, growth of the fingernails, urination, bowel function, feeling of physical purity. But there are other evidences that I am very glad about and that I want to report here.
In September I made a new blood test to see whether I missed something that could explain my aggravating symptoms after more than one year of doing the Recipe. The test included dark field microscopy and a biometric measurement of the stresses of the body (values in the range 1 to 99). The stress values were the following:
heavy metals in the brain (walls of the pool): 90 (high stress)
liver (somewhere between the walls of the pool and the pool filter): 80 (high stress)
bowel, kidneys (pool filter, that is exit of the pool): 6, 26 (low stress)
In terms of the concept of cleaning the pool this meant: algae not yet completely scraped off of the walls, water very polluted, pollutants in the water not yet about to leave the pool.
The high stress of the heavy metals in the brain did not mean that I had more heavy metals in the brain than in previous blood tests, but rather that my body and the inner organs, after 15 months of doing the Recipe, had got healthy and strong enough to be able to put this difficult issue on the agenda.
The therapist suggested to take wild garlic and coriander to support the removal of the heavy metals from the brain.
Three months later, in December, I sent the therapist a new blood sample. This time she found the following stress values:
heavy metals in the brain (walls of the pool): 51 (moderate stress)
liver (somewhere between the walls of the pool and the pool filter): 40 (low stress)
bowel, kidneys (pool filter, that is exit of the pool): 84, 92 (high stress)
In terms of the concept of cleaning the pool these findings meant: algae now scraped off of the walls, water much cleaner, pollutants in the water about to leave the pool.
The stress of heavy metals in the brain had decreased from 90 to 51! And the stress of the liver had decreased from 80 to 40! And bowel and kidneys were working full power to make all the toxins (amongst them the heavy metals) leave the body. This is strong evidence of a cleaner body and of a stronger and healthier liver. This also explains the difficult symptoms, for instance the fatigue. But what an improvement of my health beyond that false evidence of the symptoms!
There is another evidence of a healthier liver that coincides with the December blood test: Over the last 10 years, at least, I had a callus in the left big toe I couldn’t explain. It was painful and had to be removed every month by the podologist, but it always returned. When I began to do the Recipe and learned the trajectory of the liver meridian, I saw that the callus was exactly in the place of point one of the liver meridian, and I began to expect that the callus should disappear when the liver meridian and the liver got healthier. So when I saw the podologist in December, she was surprised and said that there was no callus to remove, and I realised that for a couple of weeks, at least since beginning December, I had not felt any pain in the left big toe. By now, neither the callus nor the pain have returned. – I am very happy about this little detail, not because I have no more pain in the left big toe, but because it is another proof of that the liver has got strong and healthy.
Are such improvements in the inner health worth some extra symptoms? They are! I accept the extra symptoms with full joy, because I know they mean I’m getting better.
Thank you, Howard, for this great post and for sharing the concept of cleaning the pool with us. To all my fellow travellers I wish a strong faith that beyond the symptoms they may suffer there is the reality of increasing inner health.
Love and blessings to all.
CONGRATULATIONS Rainer! It is fantastic that you were able to see the changing symptoms for exactly what they were: 1. something good that was happening as you were healing, and 2. false evidence that something bad was happening.
I am grateful that you took the time to not only share your experience, but to share it within the framework of the “cleaning the pool” analogy. You and your healing are proof of concept that the Recipe works and that sometimes people will feel worse WHILE they are getting better.
A note to everybody else. You can do this, too!
You are worth it!!!
All my best,
Hi Rainer your post is so encouraging. I want to ask you, how long since your diagnosis?
I’m also impressed with the test itself, great to be able to find out exactly how well your organs are doing. You just might be our number 6 across the finish line as you have nearly halved the toxicity in a few months. You Rock friend.xx
Thank you , Rainer for your comprehensive ‘report’. It is most encouraging. Having experienced a flu/cough for the past week ’tis interesting to note the body puts PD Recovery temporarily on the back burner – all systems on alert to fight flu. We will continue to trust in the wisdom of our bodies.
Wonderful news, Ranier! Congratulations!! And thank you for sharing this information with us.
Best wishes, Marie
Good News indeed Rainer.You have given us hope to beat this illness like what Howard is doing for us GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.
Great news Rainer.Well done!
Great analogy. Great understanding Rainer thank you. And Howard. Let’s keep on keeping on. Xx
Thanks, Rainer and Howard!
Don says: Thanks for the inspiration and wonderful analogy.
Karen says: Your wisdom is extraordinary. Both of us are extremely encouraged. Don is rejoining life little by little. I see him interacting with other people more now than he did when he was very ill.
Love, hugs, and blessings to everyone.
Karen and Don
Great news. And should we all be taking wild garlic and if so where do you find it? Keep up the good work and thanks for keeping us posted.
Thank you for your comments and encouragement. Sue, I feel that the wild garlic was specific to Rainer’s situation based upon the findings of his doctor and the blood work and tests she performed and reviewed.
Love and blessings,
Thanks. Your blogs and answers are always right on target.
Blessings for you
How encouraging illustrations Howard and Rainer! Unfortunately, this situation is so often mistaken by doctors as a need for more meds. You have to watch out. I am myself feeling weak right now, due to a gradual reduction of l-dopa, but my kidney and gall bladder pain is gone and I have more peace inside. Have you been taking any medications Rainer? I still have some cleaning to do… Thank you for sharing your results!
yes, I have been taking levodopa since June 2013. Just the initial dose. I have never had any noticeable relief of symptoms, and I want to go away from the levodopa medication as soon as possible.
Best wishes to you.
Hi Karen, I was diagnosed in summer 2009. I am convinced that we can reverse Parkinson’s disease no matter what stage we may have reached.
Hi Sue, indeed, coriander and wild garlic should be taken based on the individual situation and according to what the therapist says.
Thank you, Howard, for your kindness. Thank you to all for your positive responses.
Love and blessings,
So encouraging to hear from so many,
especially, all the similarities in symptoms, etc.
Makes me feel more like one of the “flock”
and not just a casual on-looker.
Thank you Rainer, and thank you Howard! Personal experience posted here is very appreciated.