Some months ago, as a result of my research of medical and alternative medicines, I had found an article written by an M.D., David Williams. In it he described a nutritional medicine made from the bark of a tree found only in Ghana, Africa. The natives had been using it for years to cure lung ailments. They called it Yamoa Powder.
He brought it back with him, refined it, tested it on patients with all kinds of pulmonary problems– and then had proof of its amazing healing properties. Well, that’s the history of how I came across it.
Before I took the Yamoa Powder, the doctor said I had emphysma. I guess 50+ years of smoking took its toll. Actually, it was more like an allergic asthma, brought on by allergies at certain times of the year. I was so short of breath, I couldn’t even do any form of exercise or exert myself just with common household chores. All that’s over now. After taking just one month’s worth of Yamoa—I am almost totally back to normal. I am sure I could change a flat tire, if I had to—without even panting. Make sure you’re not psychologically dependent on your inhalants, so you can ween off them little by little, as you feel the Yamoa working.)
I’ve studied nutrition for years, so I am going to suggest you take two items along with the Yamoa caps.
1) 400 I.U. of natural Vitamin E (d-alphatocopherol) not dl-alpha (this oxygenates the blood allowing more O2 to reach the vital areas)
2) Comfrey, a nutritional that supports lung function. After you finish the Yamoa caps, continue taking the vitamin E ad infinitum, as long as you are not on a blood thinner.
Bruce Heath, DnC
After attending U of M Medical School, and after a tour of duty as an Army Medical & Surgical Technician—I have become a Health and Medical Consultant, primarily to physicians in marketing their services to patients and consumers, and to medical doctors, osteopaths, chiropractors, dentists, bio-medical, HMO's, In-Home Health Services, clinics, alternative health treatments and pharmaceuticals.
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