Tuesday, February 17, 2009


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After fooling around with standard medical prostate treatment for 9 months and being catheterized twice in the Pasqua ER with acute prostatitis (total blockage), I went to Old Fashion Foods in Gold Square and bought BELL EZEEFLOW TEA [1]. I have had zero trouble since drinking my first glass of tea 18 months ago. I never took any more of the pharmaceutical drugs that had been prescribed by the doctors. I make a great big pot of tea every five days and store it in the fridge. I bring it to a boil and turn it off, letting it steep overnight. I drink 8 oz of cold tea morning and afternoon. BELL says to do this for the rest of your life or your troubles will return. Flomax [2] says the same thing. But Flomax doesn't work and it has some "side effects" that aren't even listed. Cipro [3], the other part of standard medical prostate treatment (BPH) [4] causes ligament detachment they have only recently discovered.[5]

The foregoing suggests there is something seriously wrong with standard medical treatment itself.

Standard medical treatment for hypercholesterolemia took the last sixteen years out of my life, thanks to Dr. John N. Alport, M.D. and Zocor [6]. Unlike Alport et al, the doctors who dealt with my prostate problem did their best, but they failed anyway. I will stick with BELL EZEEFLOW TEA, "alternative medicine" and nutrition. It is relatively inexpensive and it works. Are there risks with "alternative medicine"? Could be. But remember this: When you are dealing with medical doctors you are taking your chances. Maybe you'll be lucky. Maybe you won't. Some doctors are good. Some doctors are bad. Nothing medical doctors do is guarantied in any way. None of the measures that have been put in place to protect you will protect you. Forget about lawyers. The medical system in Canada has no quality control and it does not correct medical errors, unintentional or otherwise. You must be your own doctor. Good luck!

And please don't forget that contrary to political hoopla, Saskatchewan — especially Regina — has one of the worst medical systems in the world. Saskatchewan's College of Physicians and Surgeons, its Department of Health, and its politicians, lawyers and courts allow monkeys to practice medicine along with dedicated and competent doctors. They leave you to play Russian Roulette with your health and your life, which are of no consequence to them.

- Morley