Susan WonderStone's Blog


Black Salve ~Day 5

This picture was taken 8 hours after yesterday’s. Immediately after taking the picture, I sprayed ASEA on it. After it dried, I applied RENU28. My blog posts also show up on Facebook. Like many times in the past, someone said it looks like shingles. My oncologists at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance and my primary care physician, did several viral cultures on lesions in the past. All viral and bacterial cultures have come back negative.  I stopped letting them do them in 2008. It didn’t make sense to pay for something I already know the answer to. I got really nasty with 3 oncologists when one of them suggested it was shingles, within minutes of telling me the viral culture was negative. Shingles is a virus. That story is in the book I’m not finished writing and possibly somewhere in the archives of this blog. I sprayed ASEA and applied more RENU28 before I went to bed. It was a rough night sleeping. The pain from the reaction to the bandage was more painful than the owie itself.

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8 hours after last picture. After applying ASEA and RENU28, most of the redness from reacting to bandage has diminished.

As you can see, most of the allergic reaction diminished, except for where it’s more like a cut. The whiter part in the center is where I actually applied the black salve. It isn’t on the surface of the skin, but I can feel the lump underneath. I can feel it on the inside when I roll my neck, or on the outside when I feel around with my fingers. It feels like the size and hardness of half an avocado pit. It has only felt this hard and solid for the last 2 weeks. Before, it felt significantly larger in diameter, but softer.

It didn’t react like the others have. It seems to just have a few surface lesions. The lump itself feels much deeper than the spots feel. I still feel twinges of pain, going down my back and around my neck. Whatever it is, I hope it lets go and allows me to move on. Life is good!

Love, gratitude and blessings

~Susan



Mandated vaccines?
July 12, 2009, 8:27 pm
Filed under: alternative treatments, autoimmune, flu, health, immune system, nutrition, virus

I just read this and thought about people who work in professions where their employers force them to get certain vaccines…

If you ever find yourself forced to take a vaccine injection (if the health authorities force mandatory vaccinations at gunpoint, for example), you can help protect yourself by loading up on microalgae (spirulina, astaxanthin, chlorella), superfoods and raw vegetables juices for 14 days before your vaccine injection. Vaccines are most likely to harm those who are nutritionally deficient.

I hope to never be in the position where I’m being forced to do something I don’t believe in.  One of my doctors wrote in his report, that he recommended I schedule a colonoscopy, but highly doubted I would follow through with the test.  It felt good reading it, knowing I had been honest enough with him that he understood my perspective.  I’m also thankful he didn’t try to force the issue.  Wouldn’t that be considered assault?



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