Undine, we sincerely hope that whatever you’ve had to see a doctor for will be straightforward for you.
My sense is that going to a clinic was a (dreaded) last resort for you. And those horrible screaming signs, it’s like you walk into a “political medicine” centre…, and doesn’t do much to build confidence for the kind of help you’re seeking when you need it.
We don’t think that all of the doctors left in that diabolical system are necessarily bad (some may be trapped there due to life circumstances), and we hope that your doctor is one of the good ones, and that you came away with some helpful advice.
In Canada, Dr. William Makis MD, whose expertise is in oncology, set up a Substack (Dr. William Makis MD | Substack ), and has been giving interviews with anyone who will interview him, across all cohorts of the population.
In this interview (INTERVIEW - with Odessa Orlewicz (librti.com) - COVID-19 EG.5 Eris Variant and the latest on COVID-19 hysteria arising again ), Dr. Makis talks about the flu and covid shots being promoted right now, and the creepy language behind the injection campaign. He also talks about cancer, and near the end of the interview, mentions some things he is exploring as a detox for a destroyed immune system. He is exploring the 3-day water fast as one of the detoxification tools, and I applaud him for looking into that ancient healing tool. I tried water fasting myself, and while the experience is not overly pleasant, I felt great afterwards. We’ve been following several doctors, over the years, who have encouraged water fasting for healing, and so we found it interesting when Dr. Makis mentioned that he is trying this himself. Some people don’t like fasting on their own, and so there are some fasting clinics where people can stay and get pampered during their fasts. In USA, there is the Hippocrates Centre in Florida, and also the True North Centre in Santa Rosa.
We are trying different things, as we, too, feel like we’re being poisoned on all fronts (including the skies), and just the thought of going to a clinic, is unsettling. I’ve got a sprouting garden in my tiny kitchen, and each week, grow different kinds of sprouts to add to the meals, for added nutrition. I also make Rejuvelac from barley sprouts, (as part of my sprout garden), a fantastic digestive probiotic. I keep wondering about that old adage: Let Food Be Thy Medicine.
Our prayers to you, and we hope that whatever drove you to that clinic gets resolved.