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H 86 cancer cure. I have the book called Miracles cures from the vault.
I see there are several People who are looking for H86. It is called Avemar, the regular price is $199.95 per 30 single serving packets. ## Searching for Avemar in Google lead me to the manufacturer's site avemar.com. That appears to be for non-US patients, and they have another product for people in the United States at avemarwge.us called AWGE. I also found another site which appears to sell their own brand called AveULTRA which is from theharmonyco.com. HTH! ...
Updated 3 months ago in Cancer.
Fri, May 30 '14, 4:28 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 266120
Miracles from the Vault Anthology of underground cures by Jenny Thompson & H86 cancer cure
I want to order this book but cannot give info over computer as it is not secured. I need a phone number. Where does one find all these things like Lions Mane etc Also heard there is no info regarding H86, cancer cure. Are these ingredients expensive and where does one find them? ## Hello, Deborah! How are you? The book is a sham and so it is the information it contains. There is no H86 cancer cure. I'm sorry. Many people have asked about it and I have searched exhaustively to no avail. If you or a loved on have cancer, please follow your doctor's treatment advice for the best possible outcome. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Deb, look into Hemp Oil. More and more data about how it might be super effective at treating cancer. The internet is your friend. Wonder why he... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Cancer.
Mon, Mar 17 '14, 10:16 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 261805
h 86 cancer cure
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 5 days ago in Cancer.
Wed, Aug 27 '14, 11:13 PM   58  Subscribe to thread 250866
what is dbx 13...Answer
Not a scam! I do not know why the reference is "DBX-13," however the formulae in the "Miracles from The Vault - Anthology of Underground Cures" refers a formulae to the same statistics for "DBX-13" AS "Syntra5" TM, by Syntratech. Syntra5 is sold by Amazon but the best deal is similar to the manufacturer, but cheaper, at quick2you, savings of @ $20 (buy 2 and get one free). Now that you know the actual name, check it out. I have never been steered wrong by HSI over the last 7 years. Great info in the book above. ## I know you mentioned that HSI has never steered you wrong in the past, but I am curious to find out if you've had a chance to actually try any of their products over the past 7 years? Apparently the active ingredients contained in Syntra5 ar... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Biotin.
Fri, Apr 11 '14, 10:18 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 262578
DBX- 13 scam
In January 2013 - I recently purchased a subscription to the Health Sciences Institute (HSI) newsletter and got the book "Miracles from the Vault." I scoured the pages to find DBX-13 which they advertised as the diabetes miracle cure, and couldn't find it anywhere. I called HSI, and after three attempts and by threatening to take them to court for false advertising, a response finally came by email. DBX-13 is called X-Cravings. But get this... it is no longer being manufactured. X-Cravings appears to be a formula to help you stop craving food... a diet product... and I guess they apparently felt this would help you lose weight which would help your diabetes. I placed a call to the manufacturer of X-Cravings, Nutricology. Tel: (800)545-9960 who claims they don't know that... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Diabetes.
Wed, Mar 19 '14, 6:58 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 261559
h 86 cancer cure health science institute
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 4 days ago in Cancer.
Thu, Aug 28 '14, 5:58 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 267887
H-86 Information
HSI (Health Scientists Institute) runs an article on H-86 and says that the info on this is found in their publication called "Miracles From The Vault". This might include info on where this product may be found, I'm not sure. This publication can be received free with a one year's subscription to HSI's newsletter. They promote natural and safe products and treatments for illness in place of dangerous drugs. I have been on their mailing list for several years and have found them to be not only sound and good but always ahead of the curve in new natural methods of treatment. Hope this helps. ...
Updated 5 months ago.
Sat, Mar 01 '14, 10:53 AM   0 
DBX-13 Info. Source
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 7 months ago in Diabetes.
Sun, Dec 29 '13, 7:05 AM   5  Subscribe to thread 252210


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