Category Archives: Lyme Disease

All blog entries: Categorized with links

https://biotheorist.files.wordpress.com/2018/07/for-seekers-other-heretics-blog-entries-menu.pdf

SEEKERS & OTHER HERETICS MENU - CATEGORIZED WITH LINKS

 

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Radio interview with the medical director of the largest private stem cell clinic in California

Click to access Denise Messenger’s 1-31-2018 radio interview with physician David Steenblock

DR Steenblock in blueDR S by bookcase SRI

1m51s video taken in and around Dr. Steenblock’s San Clemente, CA. clinic (Drone shots too)

31m (2011) video in which Dr. Steenblock discusses his use of adult (nonembryonic) stem cells & other modalities to treat chronic diseases & medical conditions (in adults & children):

 

“Stem cell treatment gives local family new lease on life” (St. Albert Gazette)

http://www.stalbertgazette.com/article/20150228/SAG9604/302289988/-1/sag

ST. ALBERT GAZETTE - ARTHUR RECHLO & NCIM (2-28-2015)

 

From the medical advances department: The Beacon Factor

THE BEACON FACTOR

Of PQQ, Nutcracker Man & Tiger Nuts (PQQ as radioprotective with heart & nervous system benefits)

 

Pyrroloquinoline quinone - Wikpedia

Pyrroloquinoline quinone – Wikpedia

I have worked with a coenzyme called pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ) for quite a while now and think it is worth a “look see” by physicians and others for its preventative and therapeutic potential. Let’s dive into this now:

First, let’s “do the time warp, now”: During 1994-5 I worked in an Ag lab and large greenhouse complex outside Lincoln, Nebraska (Which was devoted to the testing of various nature-derived growth accelerants on culinary & medicinal mushrooms). One of the principle consulting researchers who rubbed elbows with me was Andy Anderson, PhD, who discovered a radioresistant bacterium back in 1956 while irradiating food at the Oregon Agricultural Experimental Station in Corvallis (As I recall from our chitchat, he was irradiating canned foods to see if this would reliably preserve them against spoilage). The bacterium was subsequently dubbed Deinococcus radiodurans and is indisputably the most radioresistant organism discovered to-date.

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