“I took my Moxxor all through chemo and continue to take it every day! I KNOW it has helped to save my life. I reach for it for pain as well rather than relying on the the prescription drugs they gave me for pain, as soon as the effects of my surgery calmed down. The problem with narcotic type drugs after surgery is they bind you up, if you know what I mean and that can be worse than the pain when you want to have things move again and what do they (hospitals) do… they give you another drug for that. It takes a long while to achieve homeostasis (balance) again however the more we work with the natural alternatives or include them along the way I think we are all better for it.” Continue reading
I am introducing apricot seeds very slowly into my regime. http://www.apricotpower.com/…/Bitter-Raw-A…/item-details.asp I have one or two seeds with an unsulphered dried organic apricot and it is really delicious that way. This website has a lot of great products and they have … Continue reading
As many of you know I have since last November been dealing with a health crisis of my own. It was then that I was diagnosed with Ovarian/peritoneal cancer. I had a huge surgery on November 25th which was followed … Continue reading
Here’s some very interesting information regarding Apricot seeds that was shared by the folks at the Truth about Cancer: “Dr. Ernest Krebs was a biochemist in the early 1950s whose desire to understand what makes cancer cells work led him … Continue reading
I have some exciting news! I am offering you a challenge!
As you all know, our friend and TOS Guest Star Celeste Yarnall has been battling a rare ovarian cancer. Her cancer fund is almost to the half way mark of $25,000. As I write this today, she is heading in for more chemo. <3 Celeste needs our support and prayers, but the best thing we can do is send donations to her fund to help pay the medical bills her insurance won’t cover. I came up with this idea recently, and when I messaged it to Celeste, she happily approved! :-) So here’s the challenge:
If We, all the readers and subscribers to trekkerscrapbook, donate at TOTAL of $1,500 or more for the cancer fund, Celeste Yarnall will grant me (and all of you) an EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW for this site! This would be a wonderful opportunity to hear what it was like to guest on so many classic 60’s series (Bonanza, My Three Sons, The Man From UNCLE, It Takes a Thief, The Wild Wild West,) and OF COURSE the classic Star Trek episode The Apple! Not to mention what it was like to work with Elvis Presley! And even better, If we raise the money, I will also select 3 questions from your submissions to add to the interview!
HOW TO DONATE TO CELESTE’S FUND AS A TREKKERSCRAPBOOK MEMBER: (IT’S EASY!)
1) Go to Celeste’s Cancer Fund at http://www.gofundme.com/kvo9xs
2) Click on the Donate Now button.
3) Enter the amount, your name, e-mail, etc. but MOST IMPORTANTLY:
4) In the COMMENT section below, enter the words ‘TrekkerScrapbook Member” (and a personal note if you like). This way I can keep track of how many members here have contributed and how much we have achieved. I will post updates here regularly.
5) Hit ‘Continue’ button, finish payment.
Kids, I really want this interview, so let’s make this happen! I know any extra money made will help Celeste and Nazim greatly! Hope to see those dollars add up soon!! Please donate today; the sooner we can raise $1500, the sooner we can get the exclusive interview! And start thinking of what questions you’d like to ask Celeste!
Thanks So Much, Therese Bohn :-D Continue reading
By Celeste Yarnall, Ph.D According to ScienceDaily, Nov. 30, 2012 — It seems that the age old traditional Christmas decoration, Mistletoe has the potential to play a vital role as an alternative therapy for sufferers of colon cancer. But long ago mistletoe … Continue reading
By Celeste Yarnall, Ph.D Doctors the world over know that decreased oxygen utilization by the cells causes the aging process. The NanoVi device is the only known method of significantly increasing oxygen utilization, without introducing extra oxygen to the body… … Continue reading