AllerPhase And COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder)


My 83-year-old mother has suffered from severe COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder) for several years. I have been giving her AllerPhase for her allergies (2 caps, 2x day) and OsteoPhase for her osteoporosis (1 cap, 2x day) for the last 2 months. The other day she came back from her appointment with her pulmonary specialist after being told that her improvement was CLOSE TO MIRACULOUS, that her lungs sounded almost NORMAL!!! This is astonishing!

She is now eager to try FemmePhase to see if it will improve circulation in her legs, and wants to take a larger (therapeutic) dosage of OsteoPhase and continue with AllerPhase twice a day.

Her primary doctor is away on vacation for another week, but she plans on getting a DEXA bone scan as soon as possible, and we will send you her results. She is also trying to get a copy of the angiogram she got just a few months ago.

As for me, AllerPhase and OsteoPhase have already decreased all my tiresome chronic symptoms – i.e. migraine headaches, blocked eustachian tubes, brain fog, blemishes/rashes (mostly on my right cheek) and swelling around my eyes.

Though the swelling around my eyes never fully went away and flared up again to some extent after I ran out of both AllerPhase and OsteoPhase, I continue to feel better overall. Therefore, it seems very possible that a longer trial of a higher dosage of AllerPhase and OsteoPhase might resolve the whole mess, or most of it.

Thank you for your time and patience,

Miranda Heathers, San Francisco, CA

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