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July 13, 2020  
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Topic Title: New Hope?
Created On: 10/08/2002 10:38 PM
 10/08/2002 10:38 PM

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I have had several readings on this web site that all look for answers to their problem. In 1998 I was diagnosed with DVT and with veinous insufficiency. I was also ill with this while working as a consultant in the Washington D.C. area. I thought I was going to die from it. I must have had somethingelse with it...I was in the post office that was closed and developed a severe rash with DVT at that time. I tried a new receipe for recovery. I took ten thousand milligrams of Vitamin C daily. I took200-500 mg of Niacin daily. Then I took Arginine at the recommended dosage on the bottle. The best form is called NO2 and is sold at GNC stores. I took the vitamin C for immune recovery the niacin for cirulation and the arginine to increase nitric oxide which regulates the muscles in the veins. Today six months later the very severe ulcers are gone. I feel better and I am returning to work. Stanford university is currently experimenting with Arginine. I did medical research for an arm of the AMA and took the above risk with my health with good results. It is theoretically sound and you may benefit from the same routine. It costs between30 to 80 dollars a month to do it. I would do it again. Please write me with your thoughts and results at [email protected]
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