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DOSE ANY ONE KNOW HOW TO CONTACT JENNY THOMPSON? I CAN NOT FIND ANY OF THESE ITEMS IN THE MIRACLES FROM THE VAULT ## Hi Harold, Just an FYI, various products from the health science institute are deemed to be a scam. H-86 is apparently a form of fermented wheat germ extract (which has displayed anti-cancer properties). But as far as the HSI company itself being legitimate, I think enough people throughout the forums here have already been scammed by buying into their subscription on miracles from the vault. In light of that, I'd encourage you to check out this other discussion thread pertaining to another product from the health science institute, evidently showing that they are not a trustworthy company after all: Discuss/DBX-13-scam-261559.htm I hope this helps! ...
Updated 1 year ago in Cancer.
Thu, Aug 28 '14, 5:58 PM
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I received the same. It was from HSI (Health Sciences Institute) in an ad for a "free" book titled Miracles From the Vault: Anthology of Underground Cures by Jenny Thompson. It was "free" with a news letter subscription. . . The "infomercial" was vague about most of the "top seven" cures it supposedly detailed. H-86 was the first of them. It supposedly reduces (attacks) cancers but I cannot find any reference to it on the web other than questions. I've found many people on the web asking about this and the others (. . nitric oxide, policosanol, lion's mane mushroom. . ) which are well known but no answers about the H-86. The closest thing I could find was a rabbit derived LHPP antibody but I think this is NOT the substance in question. ## i need d... ...
Updated 3 days ago in Brewer's Yeast.
Fri, Oct 09 '15, 11:18 AM
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What is h-86 and how can you get it? ## Hi Ollie, H-86 is actually just another name for (Avemar) fermented wheat germ extract, that a company by the name of HSI (Health Sciences Institute) came up with to brand it differently. According to a number of related threads on here, that particular company is thought to be a scam and in my own honest opinion upon investigation of those claims, should be avoided. However, there are plenty other retailers/distributors of "Avemar" and "fermented wheat germ extract", that you can find by simply searching for those keywords online. American BioScience is one manufacturer of brand name Avemar/Avé Ultra who lists their products on Amazon. Hope this helps! ...
Updated 5 months ago in Cancer.
Mon, Apr 27 '15, 6:13 PM
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They don't give you the real name of the cure in these advertisements. "H-86" is just a pseudonym they use in the ad in order to describe it. Only after you pay and subscribe, you get the book with the real name and where to get it. I do not have this book, but I can assure you that Jenny Thompson and the Health Sciences Institute is legitimate. I used to subscribe some years ago. They have a group of top medical researchers and have discovered some astounding natural cures years before they hit the mainstream. I remember some years back, I got some cream through them that cured my friend's psoriasis in a week. She had been to doctors for years and they couldn't get it cured. They are definitely not a scam. (And I don't work for them or get paid to say this.) ## ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Cancer.
Mon, Sep 23 '13, 2:42 PM
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please send me whatever you can for H7(H1896 ## Hello, PeggyPebbles! How are you? I'm sorry, but I have no information on H86. Many people have asked since a certain email newsletter was sent out, but I have been unable to find any details on what the substance actually is and whether or not it is actually proven to work. Does anyone else know more? ## H86 is what the advertisements for subscriptions to the "Health Sciences Institute" (HSI) are calling the nutritional supplement Avemar. I spent some time looking it up and found a presentation given by HSI that pretty solidly confirms that their "H86" is Avemar. It is pretty easy to find references to research concerning Avemar online. ## The email about H-86, DBX-13, BMP, etc is from. Jenny Thompson, Director of Heal... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Cancer.
Mon, Aug 04 '14, 12:08 PM
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Looks like bored medical students are having a little fun at victims expense ## @RodsMed8alil, I too am a skeptic of the "H-86" that's being promoted by HSI (Health Science Institute), as this particular company’s webpage does resemble that of other scammers (i.e. lots of advertisements and several of those “ORDER NOW” buttons on the same page). However further investigation suggests that H-86 is actually another name for "fermented wheat germ extract" (available under brand names such as Avemar). Personally, I wouldn’t trust anything coming through HSI, but I can't ignore the studies on PubMed which do regard fermented wheat germ extract as a viable treatment option for cancer: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16126993 Anyone else have thoughts on... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Cancer.
Tue, Apr 14 '15, 12:26 PM
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iv heard some talk about this drug , where can it be bought at , do I need a doctor to prescribe it .... ## Apparently there is a book called "Miracle from the Vault" (by the Health Sciences Institute) that's supposed to tell you what it is and where you can get it at. I for one haven't come across any specific details regarding H-86 outside of what some users have been posting here on the site. So far everything from wheat germ to weight loss, or diabetes have been mentioned, so unfortunately it's hard to say what's real and what isn't. What I can do is redirect you to another discussion thread here that may offer more information on the topic: Discuss/h-86-cancer-cure-250866.htm If you find out a legitimate source for H-86, I'd be interested in hearing ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Lithium.
Wed, Apr 30 '14, 5:39 PM
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On 09/10 there was a question asked about DBX-13. I stumbled on this site also trying to find more information on this natural product for Diabetes. I heard about it from an email sent to me by Newsmax which was a "talk" video entitled "7 Deadly Drugs the Government Wants You to Swallow" presented by Jenny Thompson, Director of the Health Science Institute. Thompson talks about certain health concerns and the 7 deadly drugs (some are multiple drugs), along with 7 natural cures (i.e. H-86 vaporizes cancer tumors; DBX-13 proven to normalize diabetic sugar in 3 months, etc.). H.S.I. is offering a book explaining the research entitled "Miracles from the Vault", an anthology of underground cures. Other than that, they do not carry the product. How to get?? ## Hi, Barb... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Diabetes.
Sun, Dec 29 '13, 7:05 AM

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