The Effectiveness Of Transfer Factor

Hi readers, as promised in my last post. Click here for more information I am here again to reveal the real experience of two persons who were stages 3 and 4 liver cancer patients; one of whom is my very own sister and another whom I have no acquaintance at all.

I am not writing here with any prejudice and using my own sister as a real live testimony but more so because of my believe that Transfer Factor works wonders and it is such a relief that I could share all the great news about healthy living is all about. I am also not here to promote or solicit any business with anyone in the hope that there will purchase and consume Transfer Factor. In fact, it is sheer out of compassion that I have to spread the works and marvel of Transfer Factor.

Let me begin recollecting the sad episode of my sister’s journey in her fight with liver cancer. Back them in 1995, my sister delivered her on daughter in a government hospital, Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah in Klang, Selangor, Malaysia. Due to sheer ignorance those days where blood transfusion was a bit dicey in that no tests were carried out against Hepatitis C virus. She had to be given a 2 pints of blood infusion and not knowing the potential risks involved. Little did she know, this led to her long miserable fight against 3rd stage liver cancer diagnosed in 2006 March.

Caused by the Hepatitis C virus, HCV, there were initially no symptoms until in 2006 when she underwent a blood test of the liver function at Selayang Hospital, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia where she was referred to for subsequent treatments. Results indicated she had high ALT, AST, GGT readings beyond the normal range. Though these are not conclusive indication of liver disease, a liver biopsy, in which a sample of liver tissue is removed and studied in a lab, was done to determine how badly the liver has been damaged by the virus.

Phew, uncertainty turned in reality with her biopsy results showing 660,000 HCV RNA virus detected with subtype 3a and she was advised to undergo therapy for a six-month duration. Well, the usual chemotherapy was recommended and she underwent the first two courses without my knowledge. Her hair dropped, she looked lethargic, frail and had no appetite.

I stopped her from further chemotherapy treatment when I knew about her having contracted this liver disease and advised her on a complete course of Transfer Factor Plus capsules. A strict regime of 4 capsules each over three meals together with Transfer Factor Riovida over a four months uninterrupted period saw great results which astonished the Selayang Hospital liver specialists. Her repeated biopsy and liver function tests eventually showed quite normal ranges and a CT scan confirmed she is cleared of the HCV virus.

Today, my sister is living healthily into her third year free from liver cancer; thanks to the greatness of Transfer Factor. It has given me a great sense of conviction towards advocating others to rely on the marvel of Transfer Factor. What made Transfer Factor so marvelous is indeed its effectiveness of its ingredients and the scientific formulation which I will touch on in one of my future posts to come.

In the meanwhile, do check it out on the The Transfer Factor Story. In fact, I have embarked into a charity program which I hope to benefit many others who cannot afford financially to consume Transfer Factors and this new program shall be revealed to all my readers in due course. I am heaven-bent (not hell-bent) towards achieving this intention by first committing myself to the hospitality ministry of our Full Gospel Tabernacle church.

Till we meet again but do expect my posts to be more inclined to provide great revelation on cases where Transfer Factors had taken root in solving almost many types of diseases.

It’s amazing that God has His way and purpose. God bless all of you. Cheers.

Adult ADHD and Depression/Suicide

Depression can easily end in suicide. Let’s realize that from the start for the purposes of this blog post. Since we’ve dihydrocodeine established that much, let’s never, ever underestimate depression again, whether it’s acute (short-term), chronic (on-going, long-term) or 5 minutes long. It is ALL potentially deadly if we aren’t aware of how depression can affect us, causing self-sabotage, self-loathing and hurting ourselves in any number of ways. We need to give depression the respect it deserves, in a manner of speaking. Here’s my point:

Talking to someone when you feel like you’re exhausted and depressed can quickly turn things around. Sure – you might not feel like talking to anyone, and that’s how you know that depression has a hold on you. To break through that hold of Adult ADHD and depression, you’ve got to go against your “comfort zone” of wallowing in self-pity and get the hell on the phone or over to somewhere you can be around people…you’ve got to see the damn pattern as it is – one that is hurting you, one that is NOT who you truly are, but a pattern of thinking that’s happening….thinking and feeling, that is.

Hey – sometimes it’s a chemical imbalance in the brain, and even if it isn’t, it is NOT your fault!! Depression is never the person’s fault. Period.

What is in your control is what to do when you find yourself reeling into depression from whichever thinking/feeling got you there in the first place.

That IS in your control, and no one can “fix” it for you. You’ve got to take the first step and reach out to another human being to get through the funk you’re in. Sure – it may also “just pass” on its own, but why take that chance? If I did that, I’d be dead right now, instead of helping others to know they aren’t alone in mental health challenges through my story and online platform. You see? The very part that isn’t easy IS the most important – getting help!

Having experienced suicide, having committed myself to the hospital psych ward where my dead brother was (yes, the exact unit) a couple of years before me was heart-wrenching to say the least….haunting, in fact. Yet, I re-ignited my passion for helping others by participating in the groups they offered to the patients on the ward – I “woke up to being my usual inspired self” within 2 days, though I needed to be stable for longer than that before they’d release me, of course. 10 days later I was out.

Take it from me, my pain and my learned lessons that money simply can’t buy: You will ALWAYS be better than any depressed mood you’re in, as much as you might feel as successful and strong as a bug at the time (you know what I mean). Do NOT let those moods fool you – they are a lie! You deserve joy and happiness, but you also need to have the courage somewhere deep within to make it long-term in this life. I came from the bowels of inner hell and am now thriving in my own way. I do not compare myself to ANYONE else. I live life on my terms, in my way, and my mission is to inspire others going through your own inner hell at times in your life.

That means everything to me, damn it.

That and my family, of course. It’s very small, as my friend number is, but the number isn’t at all what truly matters. Who we become and the journey IS the entire reward. I finally see that now at the age of 38. Adult ADHD and depression are not to be underestimated. That said, you are truly stronger when you choose to be, one second at a time, asking for help.

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