Rheumatoid arthritis?

by Stephanie Graham
(Dinwiddie, VA)

Both of my daughters have an autoimmune disorder, one diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis and the other with fibromyalgia. We have tried several pharmacueticals with very little success and a friend recommended I try bee pollen. I see that you offer a wide variety of products and wanted to know if you could reccommend somethign or have any experience with customers using your products for relief of immune disorders such as these.


I appreciate your time and assistance!!

Best Regards,
Stephanie Graham

Angela's Comments:

Hi Stephanie,
I would recommend a number of things for your daughters. Auto-immune issues are challenging conditions to deal with but you do have options.

Consider using the following:

1) Bee pollen granules x 2 tablespoons per day

2) Propolis tincture x 2 servings per day (natural anti-inflamatory)

3) High potency fish oil supplement (I recommend Summit Supplements, Carlson, NutraSea) The EPA/DHA in fish oil is a potent anti-inflammatory.

4) Wobenzyme proteolytic enyzmes - these act like little Pac Men in the blood, moving through your system and eating up inflammatory compounds

Hope that helps. This protocol will help both rheumatism and fibro and is highly effective. Let me know if you need assistance sourcing these products should you choose to try this protocol.

Angela

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Jun 10, 2012
Thank you!
by: Peg O

Thanks for the question, Stephanie. And, Angela, thank you for the reply! I have RA and have had to be off my treatment for awhile. The fatigue is awful and the pain just bearable. I started taking bee pollen capsules a week ago, but don't really feel a difference yet. I've heard that it can take up to two weeks to notice a change. Should I switch to the granules?

I look forward to your response!

Bee well! :),
Peg

Angela's Comments:

Hi Peg,
You may indeed need to switch to granules in order to get a larger dose. Otherwise you'll end up taking a lot of capsules. Give it a couple of weeks and monitor how you're responding or making progress. In therapeutic cases such as yours granules are most often needed.

Bee healthy,
Angela

Jan 20, 2012
Wobenzyme proteolytic enyzmes
by: Nat

Hi Angela can you please tell me where i can buy Wobenzyme proteolytic enyzmes, i live in Australia and do you send your products to Australia?


Angela's Comments:

Yes, we do ship to Australia. We have access to Wobenzyme through one of our distributors if you'd like us to send you a bottle.

Angela

Nov 10, 2011
capsules vs. granules
by: Anonymous

The capsules seem more economical but would it be as effective to use the capsules as opposed to the bee pollen granules or the propolis tincture?

Angela's Comments:

Actually, the granules are more economical and yes, I tend to believe the raw, unprocessed granules are more effective. But only marginally.

Nov 10, 2011
Rheumatoid Arthritis-Thanks!
by: Stephanie

Thank you Angela for your prompt response and detailed suggestions!! I am most anxious to try what you have recommended and will gladly report back the results!!
Blessings!
Stephanie

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