Inkberry - Mercury poisoning
Common Names: Poke Root, Reweed, Red Ink Plant (the berries), Garget, Pigeon Berry, Scoke, Virginia Poke, Pocan Bush, Cancer Jalap, American Nightshad, Red Ink Berries, Coakum.
Part Used: Root
Inkberry Pure Herbs Liquid Extract ( POKE ROOT ) The name Inkberry derives from the practice of using the juice from the berries of this plant as a ready made natural ink for writing letters home during the U.S. War Between The States when supplies or regular ink were short.
The root of this herb has the particular ability to excite the entire glandular system to expel mercury. It has achieved distinction in the battle to dissolves cancers and tumors. It is taken by Native Americans to prevent and dissolve cancers and tumors.
When using Inkberry Pure Herbs Liquid Extract keep the bowels open with a natural bowel cleaner, such as Cascara Sagrada Pure Herbs Liquid Extract, Buckthorn Pure Herbs Liquid Extract or Combination C.C.E.-W, otherwise, you may experience some nausea or discomfort as the Inkberry dissolves the cancer or tumor. Use a bowel cleaner in sufficient quantities to produce at least two, preferably three, bowel movements or more per day. Usually the "sick" feeling clears up within ten minutes after the bowel movement. This good habit of cleaning, and keeping the bowel this clean, may be continued for as long as a person wishes to enjoy good health.
DOSE: For daily maintenance as a prevention of cancers or tumors, 10 to 20 drops. If dissolving a cancer or tumor, 40 to 80 drops two to three times per day.
Directions on label: For adults, mix 2 ml of extract in 2 oz (60 ml) of water one time daily preferably with a meal.
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