Healthy Recipe: Parasite Killing Spice Tea

The Hulda Clark Action Plan series comes to you from the leaders in Hulda Clark technology and the Hulda Clark Method. Hulda Clark’s unique Spice Tea looks amazing. The grocery stores should have all the ingredients, and get ready to grind your own spices for freshness. Here goes, for activating the liver, and killing parasites, bacteria and viruses! “Spice Tea” 1 tsp cloves (whole) 1 tsp barley (whole) 1 tsp coriander seed 1 tsp anise […]

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PetZap™ Pet Zapper Contacts

Available Now at the Zapper Store! Click Here to Order An encouraging trend we’ve seen at Best Zapper is the overwhelming number of good reports back from people using the zapper with their pets of all kinds. Many have been using the SuperStraps for contacts, although others prefer footpads or even aluminum foil contacts wrapped around the legs, with velcro straps to keep them in place. Today we’ve got good news: there is a better […]

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Dr. Hulda Clark’s Herbal Parasite Cleanse for Beginners

Parasites can cause great damage to the human body, weakening our immune system and cause disease. This is why even though it is quite normal for parasites to cycle through our bodies, it is very important to eliminate them on a regular basis. Getting rid of all parasites would be absolutely impossible using clinical medicines that can kill only one or two parasites each. Such medicines also tend to make you quite ill. Imagine taking […]

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The Story of Dr. Clark’s L-G Recipe

The Story of Dr. Clark’s L-G Recipe A tribute to Dr. James Schaffer, M.D. of Bloomington, Indiana. Dr. Schaffer was a pediatrician who devoted 20 years of his life to discovering L-G (lysine-glutamate). He called it “JS14″. At any time of day, his office was crowded to the door with parents holding sick children. He was a gruff man but infinitely caring about his patients. On Saturdays and Sundays he worked on his pet product, […]

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Who was Dr. Hulda Clark?

Go To New Century Press Dr. Hulda Regehr Clark was born on October 18th, 1928 in Rosthern , Saskatchewan Canada. She began her studies in biology at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, where she was awarded the Bachelor of Arts in 1950, Magna Cum Laude. Dr. Clark was awarded a Master of Arts degree, with High Honors from the University of Saskatchewan. After two years of study at McGill University, Dr. Clark was awarded her […]

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