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Gumby Gumby Capsules
The Ease-Into It Plan
Days 1-3: Begin by taking one capsule with breakfast and one capsule at night with food.
Days 4-6: If your stomach is tolerating the initial dose, add one capsule in the morning and at night.
Days 7-9: Again if you’re tolerating it you may add two capsules with your midday meal giving you a 2/2/2 split Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner or if this is not convenient have three capsules in the morning and three with your night meal making it a 3/3 split Breakfast/Dinner.
You may wish to increase this dosage by one capsule each meal every 2-3 days depending on how your body is tolerating them. A dosage split up to 5/5/5 or 7/7 is not uncommon when actively targeting a cancer.
If you’re taking the capsules as a maintenance dose for general health and well being one capsule morning and night 1/1 or two capsules morning and night 2/2 generally is a good amount to achieve this.
Some people may experience nausea or loose bowels for a time. If this happens, reduce the dose to give your system time to adjust. Take capsules with your meal to help prevent after taste in the mouth.
You need to be the judge of how your body is handling the dosage rate and adjust accordingly.
As waste is removed from the body, you will probably experience a kind of healing crisis. Your liver and kidneys have to deal with extra dead cells, and get them out of the body. You may feel ill and tired for a time. This could be the time to take a break from the capsules. It’s important to drink plenty of water at least 2 gasses with each meal and to make good dietary choices, plenty of vegetables for example or obtain a diet protocol that actively helps fight cancer as well.
Take a break: Sometimes it may be necessary to take a break from the treatment for a week or so. You will probably know when this is necessary for you.
Diagnosis is the great strength of the medical system, and you may have blood tests or thermographs or other scans to follow your progress. It rarely happens, but a tumor may come to the surface of the skin, appearing like a scab (Escher). Leave it to come out by its self, and then apply dressings for healing.
All the best wishes with your ongoing treatment!