Holistic Health Practitioner and Author of Healing with DMSO
Amandha Vollmer is a 46 year-old mother who holds a degree of Doctor of
Naturopathic Medicine from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto and a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Biotechnology. Most of her life, Amandha has taken a keen interest in botanical medicine, self-educating on the topic many years before attaining her formal medical training. Amandha also sought answers via the energetic healing arts and became a Registered Reiki Practitioner &
Teacher, among other modalities. After much scholarly and independent study, Amandha’s passion for the elegant and effective sub-molecular medicine known as homeopathy brought her to study in India under Rajan Sankaran. Amandha volunteered for intensive medical program in Northern India, shadowing cardiologists, obstetricians, Ayurvedic practitioners and homeopathic doctors alike.
Amandha is the author of Healing with DMSO, a science-backed guide that will help you understand how DMSO works, why it works, and the many ways you can harness its power to heal your aches, pains, and other ailments, all in an easy-to-read and friendly way. She owns and operates YumNaturals Emporium in Ontario, Canada where she designs and produces hundreds of handcrafted, all-natural body care remedies, since 2012.
Finally a doctor who’s goal is to fix you, teach you and send you on your way, hopefully never needing her services again. DON’T MISS THIS SHOW! It’s excellent. Amandha tackles the COVID pandemic and the upcoming vaccines. She discusses a plethora of things you can do right now to enhance your health. Learn about the healing qualities of DMSO and so much more!! Pass this one around because the ultimate goal is to take our healthcar into our OWN hands. Very empowering interview!
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Amandha Vollmer on all things virus, vaccines and DMSO, November 25, 2020
November 28, 2020 @ 5:44 pm Jean
Before anyone thinks DMSO is candy, extensive negatives have been described in Peat lore, even for small doses.
I’m sure it has some good emergencey applications — just not as candy :)
The best, I think, Ray Peat has said about it ….
Ray Peat, 2016: “I got interested in it in 1965, after reading about Stanley Jacob’s ideas, and experimented with it occasionally over the next several years. I was interested in its effects on cell water, stabilizing it in a way that reduces some kinds of inflammation. It seems to accelerate some enzyme reactions. I later started to think about its own chemical properties, rather than thinking of it as just a solvent. It isn’t stable in the presence of water, and the odor seems to indicate the degree of its decomposition. It occasionally helps slightly with joint pain, but it can cause intense skin reactions, rashes; I think some of its effects depend on the breakdown products. People often forget that it has an intrinsic oxidative effect when they are thinking of it as just a solvent, to transport drugs. I saw a product sold as eye drops, consisting of Vit C and glutathione in DMSO. Each of those reductants, in the presence of DMSO, immediately breaks down into other substances, and the composition changes continually over a long period. There has been very little investigation of the actual composition of solutions of DMSO with other substances. At least some of the mixtures will produce sulfite and metabisulfite, which are very allergenic for some people. Small amounts are probably harmless; even large amounts seem harmless for some people. Its ability to release histamine and nitric oxide and to inhibit cholinesterase (articles below) suggest that its use shouldn’t be prolonged.”
Ray Peat PhD: “In low concentrations DMSO is usually safe, but since I have seen allergy-like reactions to it, and since the biological chemistry is complex, I think it’s good to use it cautiously and watchfully.”
Again, there are worse reports out there than these. It definitely seems to do damage as well.
November 30, 2020 @ 8:29 am Robin
Great guest to have on Patrick.
I love Amandha Vollmer’s take on things.
Imagine how much more healthy the world would be if she was the norm in medicine.
I rate her up there with Tom Cowan, David Getoff, Andy Kaufman and Sherri Tenpenny.
December 3, 2020 @ 11:39 pm Rachael
Amandha stated that the people who died in the 1918 flu had been vaccinated. If it is true it is extremely significant, it would seem this historical horror is about to be replicated beginning this very month! The flu was reported to be much like a regular flu the first year, but the second year was when the deaths in young adults became alarmingly high with a new symptom identified as a cytokine storm. It is interesting to note that a cytokine storm was also observed in recent years in animal studies on vaccines designed to combat corona viruses. The animal would appear well after the vaccine was injected, but when later exposed to respiratory pathogen it would induce the cytokine storm and the animal would almost always die.
I searched online to verify that vaccinations were given during the time of the 1918 flu and found these articles
Most interesting was a post by Dr. Rebecca Carley. (Dr. Carley has been a previous guest on Patrick”s program but the audio seems to be inaccessible now.)
This is an excerpt from a book on vaccines published in 1977 in which people who lived in the time of the epidemic were asked about the vaccines given, who took it and who got sick. The book is still listed on Amazon but no longer available. https://www.amazon.com/Vaccination-Silent-Killer-Present-Danger/dp/B000XZKQ0Q
One more interesting link from June 2019 https://vaccinedeaths.com/2019-06-16-depopulation-by-inoculation.html
December 3, 2020 @ 11:51 pm patrick
Insightful post. Thank you. The show with Ms. Carley is functional through our site.
March 8, 2021 @ 3:17 pm Sailor
If you’re interested, the book (Vaccination, the silent killer) is (at least) available online…