GB-3 is one of the most commonly used supplements in development science. Although mainly used for improving digestion, its uses actually span far beyond that.
Most people today have some degree of intestinal dysbiosis. This means certain infections, yeasts, parasites, and other organisms that are not ideal. GB-3 helps kill off many of these, making room for health-promoting flora.
People today often overuse their sympathetic (“fight or flight”) nervous systems. Most people have fallen into a state of slow oxidation from exhaustion, but struggle to balance that metabolic pattern due to something called sympathetic dominance. Here people hold on to mental patterns such as fear, worry, and anger that had originally pushed them into that state of exhaustion.
A solution is to encourage relaxtion of this sympathetic nervous system. GB-3’s ingredients pancreatin, ox bile, and russian black radish all inhibit the sympathetic nervous system, allowing it to rest and recover. It is synergistic with other parasympathetic products such as calcium, magnesium, zinc, certain glandulars, and L-taurine.
Pancreatic enzymes such as pancreatin and others found in ox bile help destroy cancer cells. The was found out by Dr. John Beard, who pioneered the Trophoblastic Theory of Cancer. The Kelly enzyme treatment for cancer also utilizes pancreatic enzymes as the core of it’s method. This program has been around for many years and can produce excellent results.
Taking GB-3 is a cheap and safe way to prevent and even reduce some cancer in the body. This is not a cure by any means, but can be helpful. For more read Cancer Pioneers of the 20th Century.
Most slow oxidizers have excess copper in their tissues. This can manifest symptoms such as anxiety, spaciness, a racing mind, trouble sleeping, and emotional instability. One of the methods that development science uses to reduce excess copper is supplementing GB-3. It does this in many ways:
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