On the Far Side Of Anemia
A healthy man sheds excess iron via his nose, and a healthy women via her vagina.
A woman has double the options. She can use her nose for menstruation if her vagina isn’t up to the mark.
Women can menstruate through their eyes, ears, mouth, breasts, extremities, and various other body parts.
Documentation is available for Sun Sync Nutrition subscribers …
“Menstruating From Various Body Parts (Aug. 28, 2016)
“Menstruating From the Breasts” (Aug. 29, 2016)
“Menstruating From the Eyes & Ears” (Sept. 1, 2016)
“Menstruating From the Mouth & Extremities” (Sept. 3, 2016)
“More Cases Of Vicarious Menstruation” (Sept. 5, 2016)
“Male Vicarious Menstruation” (Sept. 7, 2016)
Bloodletting works, but doctors killed more patients than they helped by …
1) not knowing WHEN to bleed
2) not knowing WHERE to bleed
3) not knowing the HOW MUCH to bleed
George Washington wasn’t a doctor, but he knew the value of bloodletting.
He cured many people using it. (I’ll bet you never learned that in your junior high school penitentiary!)
Washington didn’t die from bloodletting (something you probably did “learn” in junior high school).
He died of mercury chloride, tartar, antimony potassium tartrate, and blister of cantharides.
The molasses, vinegar, and butter concoction docs tried to shovel down Washington’s swollen throat didn’t help either — he damn near choked to death.
Nicholas Senn, M.D. (“Medical Affairs in the Heart of the Arctics,” The Journal of the American Medical Association, Nov. 25, 1905) wrote …
“During the summer the Eskimos become so plethoric that Nature seeks to give relief by draining away the superfluous blood by hemorrhages from the nose. Epistaxis [nosebleed] is a very common complaint in summer. I have frequently observed it, especially in young men who rowed my boat or accompanied me on my hunting trips inland. Any unusual exertion brought on the attacks. Men were more frequently subject to such attacks than women, and although I could not get any definite information, I surmise that in women Nature relieves the abnormal congestion by increasing the menstrual flow.”