Reversing A Low White Blood Cell Count
Author: Dori C.
Skill: Massage Therapist
Location: MA, United States
Word Length: 273
Questions Received: 5
Testimonial ID: 8418-OR
Back in October of 2012 I had blood work done.
White blood cell count was 3.3 and the range is 4.5-11.0
Platelet count was 105 and the range is 150-400
Lymphocytes was 40 and the range is 25-45
MPV was 12 and the range is 7.4-10.4
Neutrophil was 48 and the range is 40-70
I was aghast! The doctor recommended that I drink warm water first thing in the morning, and eat a small bag of nuts on the ride into work. Four weeks into this I wasn't feeling like that was going to do it, so I researched and started using Young Living products.
I used Sulferzyme, 4-6 capsules twice a day. Also, because of ligament concerns and discomfort I took BLM as directed. I made an elixir of colloidal silver, Mineral Essence (2 droppers) and 10 drops of lemon oil. I am tackling a mucus issue and added several drops of cypress, grapefruit, orange. I did this for four weeks. Then, on January 4th, 2013, I had the blood work done again with the following results:
White blood cell count was 9.7 and the range is 4.5-11.0
Platelet count was 236 and the range is 150-400
Lymphocytes was 29 and the range is 25-45
MPV was 9 and the range is 7.4-10.4
Neutrophil was 61 and the range is 40-70
ASTOUNDING!!! What has stumped me most is that my doctor never inquired as to how I obtained those results. I do have the physical (on paper) test results if anyone requires further evidence.
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