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The Cure for All Diseases: With Many Case Histories
By Hulda Regehr Clark
4.2 out of 5 stars (364 Reviews)
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Publisher:  New Century Press
Edition:  1st
Published:  January 1, 1995
Binding:  Paperback
Pages:  616
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All diseases have simple explanations and cures once their true cause is known. Doctor Hulda Clark explains the causes of both common and extraordinary diseases and gives specific instruction for their cure through natural remedies and an electrical device you can build at home.
 
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3.0 out of 5 stars.  Need more studies to confirm her research, November 28, 2015
By BAM
Technology has changed. Radio shack no longer carries all the components to build a zapper. We spent over $100 trying to build a working zapper. FAIL.

It should be easy enough to test Hulda's theories. So, why hasn't that happened?

Living on a farm, parasites are something we need to address with our livestock. It is certainly plausable parasites can create dire health problems for humans as well.

If parasites in both humans and animals could be treated with a zapper, it would certainly reduce the amount of poisons in our bodies and in our food supply.

Interresting theories. Would like to see some unbiased parallel studies. The book got me thinking. So, for that alone, I'm glad I took time to read the book.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Believe her about parasites, but try food grade diatomaceous earth, as well., November 25, 2015
By Brillig
When I first read this, I wondered if she was a bit of a nutty zealot. Now I think she is really right about much of what she says. I know she's right about parasites being much more prevalant than we think, because I found out that I have them, too! Now we know more about how toxoplasma gondii (from cats) can cause depression, schizophrenia, suicide, etc. Could this be why we all seem know a "crazy cat lady"? My apology's to cat lovers, but the two times in my life when I lived closely with cats who had access to hunting, I developed major depression with in the year. Only cats who hunt regularly are likely to pass this parasite on. I loved my cats, but not enough to be depressed. Now I only have dogs. I know Hulda encourages us to have no pets, but I'll take my chances with dogs.

I wonder why there is no mention of diatomateous earth. I have twice used the herbal parasite cleanse she recomends, and I thought I had good results, but I never saw any parasites. But recently I tried taking 2 Tablespoons daily of food-grade DE and after 10 days I passed lots of parasites. My approach now is do do both the herbal and the DE regularly. (Please make sure you juse only food grade DE. The sort used for pool filters is poisonous!)

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Five Stars, November 22, 2015
By Damary Guzman
Excellent book

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  One of the greatest self-health books of our time, of vast diverse knowledge, November 21, 2015
By jedcline
This book is the original encyclopaedic book of knowledge on Clark's research findings early in her personal research tasks. It has an extraordinary amount of data to help people maintain their health at low cost and effort. She focusses on determining toxins and parasites in the environment and person, has many lists of what kinds of products (soaps, paints, metals, etc) contain what toxins to help control the toxin load, and describes how to build and use two kinds of electronic instruments to help with the measurement and control of these health factors in oneself, with many case histories. The Clark-zapper (her analogy to the backyard electric bug zapper that fries flying insects there) has been found by many thousands of people in actual use on themselves to proving amazing health benefits at extremely low cost and little effort, too. This book is a great classic, in my opinion.

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1.0 out of 5 stars.  Dr. Suess Offers Better Medical Advice, November 14, 2015
By T. M. Gray
The fact this woman dropped dead of cancer should throw a red flag up to anyone willing to cure disease with a bug zapper.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  I love this book., November 09, 2015
By Donna Bell
This book is awesome. You need to read the case histories to see how important it is to do what Dr. Clark says. There are cures for all diseases. Dr. Clark focuses on the cause. Any disease can be cured.

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