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Difficulty Sleeping

For seven years I had a very stressful job that required me to travel out of town 2-3 nights every week.  It was very difficult for me to fall asleep and stay asleep so I began taking sleep aids, starting with Tylenol PM and Benedryl (Diphenhydramine). The Tylenol made me so drowsy I felt like I couldn’t get out of bed and the Benadryl wired me so I couldn’t sleep at all; I advanced to Ambien (Zolpidem or Stilnox).  I could not sleep without the drugs so I took them every night for years.

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Sore, Hard Breasts Resolved

Thank you for telling me about the harm of taking the supplement Melatonin. I wanted to tell you that the Melatonin 30C clearing remedy took care of all of my breast issues. It reduced the breast hardness to all but 10%.  After the second dose of the clearing, I noticed improvement, and by the 4th dose, it was gone. I’m having my period right now and usually I’m in excruciating pain in the breast but now there is nothing! I was having significant fibrocystic changes and they are all gone but 5-10%!

MM
Cary, NC

Mr. Mueller Interviewed By Alan Schmukler of Hpathy.com

Hpathy.com’s Editor in Chief, Alan Schmukler interviewed Manfred Mueller for the April 2012 Hpathy “Hot Seat” Interview.

 

AS: In 1990 you developed Reverse Chronological Tautopathy (RCT). Can you define and describe that method briefly?

MM: RCT was developed in response to a growing need to remove the effects of drugs, vaccines, diagnostic and therapeutic X-ray/radiation and environmental and occupational exposures. I’d seen that children who’d been given multiple vaccines had lingering symptoms that were not part of their constitutional picture. This included a recollection of people’s childhood and upbringing as compared to how they are now. I saw something similar present in many chronic disorders, where the client had a history of conventional medical treatment. When you take a thorough case and recognize that the basic characteristics a person was born with dramatically changed after suppressive medication, it is logical that these syndromes must be removed for a real constitutional picture to emerge.

I always felt it was necessary, especially when it comes to chronic disease, to have a thorough history of the evolution of the disease. I saw that symptoms often developed after medications and/or medical treatments were used. I found that these symptoms were listed among the chronic effects of those medications and treatments! For example, one child who was given prednisone for a year had Cushing’s syndrome. I tried Prednisone 30c and within a few weeks, the Cushing’s syndrome was gone! In a mental patient who’d been treated with antipsychotic medication, antidoting the drug with “Stelazine” in potency rapidly cured his tardive dyskinesia.

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