The Story of Dr. Clark’s L-G Recipe

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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, JS14.

He had discovered that if you grow a culture of ordinary bacteria. Staphylococcus albus (a variant of S. Aureus), found on anybody’s skin, they would make a substance of great immune significance.1 I gleaned this from reading his patent(s) on the culturing technique. 2 He discovered that by adding a little bit of an amino acid, aspartic acid, to the culture, the bacteria would make much more of this mysterious substance than without it. Are these bacteria always making this for us, on our skin, in our intestines? Do these bacteria need a special factor to make it in good quantities for us? These were questions he was trying to answer in his private lab where he worked every spare minute. He would inject some of the culture into mice and then infect them with diseases to see if they got protection from it. Indeed, they did. So he perfected JS14 for human use.

His potent immunity-brew was injected just under the skin where it produced a small bubble. It became known as Dr. Schaffer’s Bubble Shot. He used it for children and adults with chronic illnesses caused by Herpes, Epstein Barre Virus, Cytomegalovirus, cancer. Later, he used it on porphyria, as well as a mystery disease that nobody could diagnose at that time, which turned out to be HIV/AIDS.

He was getting fantastically good results and his excitement flowed to those around him. If that excitement had not reached me, I may not have survived to work on cancer and HIV/AIDS. I was suffering from ordinary Herpes simplex, but it had spread to the eyes and was spreading through my brain! Once a week I got his Bubble Shot and listened as he updated me on his research. But, occasionally, I would be called by his office to let me know he was ill and could not make the appointment time. I realized this beloved doctor was indeed very ill, and I should learn how to make this immune booster myself.

I did not culture Staphylococcus aureus. I studied its molecular structure. It has lysine-glutamate links frequently along the chain of molecules making up its coat. Are our bodies intended to utilize this common skin bacteria after they die in such a way that we would digest these chains to make a superb immune booster for ourselves? Should I begin to experiment with Staphylococcus aureus or other “Staphs”?

Perhaps such a product was already on the market? So it was! I purchased a kind of L-G and tried it as a bubble shot during those weeks that Dr. Schaffer was ill. My shot did not work well. His return was a great relief. I decided to make the culture broth and learn to culture the bacteria. But Dr. Schaffer was not well enough to teach me the techniques. In desperation I studied the recipe for his cultures from the published report he gave me. There were large amounts of L-lysine and L-glutamic acid in it. Could they be reacting with other in the brew to make this potent immune booster? Could this be simulating a part of the Staph molecular structure? Perhaps the Staph was not even necessary!

It was a crazy idea but simple enough to try and throw out if it was wrong. I mixed L-lysine and L-glutamic acid under sterile conditions, and tried this as a bubble shot. It had some effect! I was on the right track! It was not as effective as Dr. Schaffer’s bubble shot but perhaps it could be made stronger!

Then it occurred to me that this is merely food. These two amino acids are produced in the stomach and intestine by digesting protein. Are some of us with very low immunity not capable of making this mysterious substance because our stomachs are sick? I studied digestion of these amino acids. A great deal has been published about them. In fact, my stomach had been misbehaving for years. Maybe my stomach and intestines were not able to make it by digesting ordinary food. Perhaps this substance could simply be eaten instead of injected.

That was the magic answer! By eating it, the potency was greatly increased. Ordinarily, the potency of chemicals is much lowered by the oral route, but in this case, it was reversed. This discovery came just in the nick of time. Bloomington’s beloved Dr. James Schaffer passed away. It is a terrible loss to us all. His research was not completed. His results, his data, were voluminous, but only usable by someone intimately acquainted with it. Our mourning after him has not yet ended.

But I could treat myself: not weekly, as before, but daily! I became well. JS14 and L-G were the decisive factors in fighting my chronic Herpes eye infection.

The recipe is simple, a gift to you in memory of Dr. James Schaffer. Perhaps it is not the same as his Bubble shot. Perhaps we will never know. But it came into existence as a result of his Bubble Shot and I am ever grateful.

Dr. Clark’s L-G Recipe

  • 1/8 cup L-Glutamic acid powder, not glutamine (available from Now Foods, Jomar Labs, or crush tablets from Schiff Bio-Food Products)
  • 1/8 cup L-lysine powder

Add the above powders to two quarts of cold tap water and heat, covered, till completely dissolved; it will be near boiling. Use a non-metal pan and non-metal stirring spoon. When it cools, freeze most of it, in suitable small bottles. Keep one cup of it handy in the refrigerator, for immediate use. If it develops a white crystalline precipitate at the bottom, it must be shaken up to make sure you get the pure L-G. You may also reheat it to dissolve it again. Since It has no preservatives, you must reheat it every fourth day to kill any growing bacteria.

Dose: take 1 tablespoon 4 times a day (if you are quite ill) on an empty stomach. Take 1 tablespoon 3 times a day (if not so ill) before meals for as long as you feel you have a viral condition. There are no side effects. Use a non-metal spoon.

Mechanism of L-G. L-G travels to your thymus; this much can be observed electronically. Does it stimulate T-cell production? Does it do some other vital task? Only further study can answer these questions.

[The Story of L-G and the recipe are from “The Cure for HIV and AIDS,” Copyright 1993 by Hulda Regehr Clark, Ph.D., N.D. Used by Permission. All rights reserved.]

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  1. Buck says:

    We denieitfly need more smart people like you around.