The darkfield image in the header was taken in Switzerland by Ingrid Naiman using a Nikon Eclipse E600 microscope and a Sony DXC S500 camera. The patient had colon cancer and, following surgery, was treated with a combination of homeopathic remedies and herbs. She had many clusters of various types of white blood cells, as many as 23 in a single location with similar patterns in proximity to one shown in the picture. As can be seen, the red blood cells are really quite nice as are the white blood cells, with the complication that these lovely cells died very quickly, usually within 15 minutes. After 45 minutes, nearly the entire slide was full of debris from death of both erythrocytes and white blood cells.
The problem was mercury toxicity from amalgam dental restorations. The patient had these removed and developed a second type of cancer, totally different from the first. This one was estrogen sensitive. The suggestion had been made to replace the amalgams with Cerecs, but the importance of avoiding composites was not understood. She removed the composites and is fine now.
The flower in the header is from the relatively rare and highly potent lomatium plant. This is one of the very best antiviral herbs available and is an ingredient in Indigo Drops.
The flower to the left of the bottle above is cat's claw from South America. The leaves below are also from cat's claw.