Restoring of the DNA of the Bride

Condition:

Cancer Neuroblastoma

Definition:

Neuroblastoma is a rare cancer that mostly affects young children. It develops from nerve cells called neuroblasts.

These cells are found in a chain running down the back of the chest and stomach (abdomen).

In many cases, neuroblastoma first develops in the adrenal glands (the two small glands above the kidneys) and can spread to other areas such as the bones, liver and skin

Symptom:

The symptoms depend on where the cancer is and whether it has spread.

It’s often hard to diagnose neuroblastoma in the early stages, as initial symptoms are common ones – for example, aches and pains, loss of energy and loss of appetite.

A relatively late sign is a lump or swelling in the abdomen, as this is where cancer commonly starts. This is easy to miss in a young child. This lump can cause constipation and difficulty passing urine, as well as general pain and discomfort.

Other signs can include:

-a lump in the neck
-bone pain and difficulty walking, if the bones are affected
-numbness, weakness or loss of movement in the child’s lower body, if cancer has affected the spinal cord
-pale skin, bruising, bleeding and frequent infections, if cancer has affected the bone marrow
-bluish lumps in the skin and the appearance of “black eyes”

 

Description:

Protocol:

Topically apply the following:

Frankincense/Myrrh Blend 30ml, 10 drops, over the spine, in the evening

Nerve Restore, 10 drops, over the spine, in the morning

Pain Blend 100ml, 10-30 drops, for pain management, as needed

1 teaspoon, for children under the age of 10, MZN 150g 450g, once a day; swallow the MZN, as you would swallow yogurt.

Drink 1 to 2 teaspoons, MZN 150g 450g, once a day; swallow the MZN, as you would swallow yogurt.

Topically apply 10-15 drops of the DNA Protector over the chest and underneath the feet, for children.

Adults can drink, 1 capsule, of the DNA Protector, once a day.

 

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