Lemon Juice Eradicate my Chronic Hepatitis B

Comment by: Tee Seang Tan

Pure Lemon Juice Eradicate my Chronic Hepatitis B . Just Juice Nothing Else But In A Glass Cup.

I was detected in 1987 as a carrier of Hep.B after my first blood donation thru blood appeal request.

In the year 2000 I was enlisted to be monitored by NZ Hepatitis Foundation and I do need to go for every 6 month blood test .

Since 2004 I have became to like drinking lemon juice and a friend commented that lemon juice can help detoxify the liver. So that encouraged me to keep on drinking and

I am drinking daily at one gulp of 200 ml. Each time I drank the lemon juice I can feel the sweetness after taste .

Since 2005 the test result starts showing the digital reading and it has a reading of 52+ . And Eversince the reading just drops and by 2009 the test reading shows 0.00 and

I did a final 2 test and it shows negative results . After that I request for a DNA test of Hep. B in my body and the results shows negative as well.

By early 2010 the NZ Hepatitis Foundation sent me a letter to says that Congratulations ……. NOW that your file is being closed . What a MIRACLE……….with the help of LEMON JUICE .

SO GO FOR IT . JUST LEMON JUICE – PURE – A BIG THANK YOU LEMON JUICE…………

Courtesy: Hoa-Slayer

http://www.hoax-slayer.com/lemon-cancer-cells.shtml

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Note: Please avoid taking high blood pressure medications with lemons, lemon juice or gape fruit. It may damage your kidneys.

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