Dr. Jennifer Daniels
Author of The Lethal Dose: Murder By Medicine is No Accident
Dr. Daniels is a former medical doctor who had her medical license suspended due to not prescribing enough drugs and truly healing her patients. Dr.Daniels is widely considered one of the foremost Alternative Healing Physicians alive today. She graduated from Harvard University with Honors receiving a BA degree. Her education continued at the University of Pennsylvania where she received her Medical Degree (MD) and also attended Wharton where she received her MBA in Health Care Administration. She practiced medicine for 10 years as a Board Certified Family Practice Physician where she saw first hand the power of Natural Methods.
She has been coaching clients to successfully heal naturally since 1985. She is the author of the award winning book, Do You Have the Guts to Be Beautiful?
You can get Dr. Daniel’s free report on using turpentine safely and effectively. Get the “Candida Cleaner” here.
Dr. Daniels gives her commendation for the best Shilajit and dosages to start as well as benefits
Patrick’s experiences with Samento and Cumanda and Candida coming out through the skin
Listener calls in about a friend who is only pooping once a week, but she’s made it to 96 revolutions around the sun
What is in a saline IV and what they teach about it in Medical school?
Turmeric is one of God’s all time anti inflammatory herbs
There’s an over the counter thyroid supplement that may be of interest. It is called Thyro-Gold
We talk about “The Hispanic Paradox”
Chicken feet are probably the top of the list for staying younger in the face
Dr. Daniels suggests the TSH number is the only one worth considering and says 20 or below is fine
The two most popular issues clients of her “Discovery Sessions” are pain and lack of energy
She suggests people have had success with using pure gum spirits of turpentine with their dogs for parasite control at the dose of 1 drop per kilogram (2.2 pounds)
A few of the many emails we received:
Could Dr Daniels suggest any treatment for large ulcers, 5 inches diameter, on the ankle of my brother in law , who has severe Rheumatoid Arthritis and is bed bound and in hospital at the moment.
My 59 year old sister was just diagnosed with age related vascular deficiency. A black and blue mark appeared on the ball of her foot without injury…
Any suggestions how to support her vascular health?
Tell Dr. Daniels the other day I made a bone broth out of chicken wings and chicken feet . OMG .. The broth was so thick when cooked…I’m hoping that was really good collagen for the body
Dr. Daniels, I’ve had enough of being jerked around and want to stop my dependence on this med, though
concerned how it might affect my heart. How do I safely drop NDT and feel good again?
Prominent and obscure researchers are all out warning about the dangers for heart attacks and reduced longevity from too high ferritin levels.
I’m freaked because mine are very high. How can they be reduced without giving blood? (i don’t drink alcohol)
Aloha Dr, Daniels, I see you have included Senna as an ingredient in your capsules. It has been my understanding that it is unwise to take Senna on a long term basis. It overstimulates the gut and can be dangerous for more extreme situations. Can you speak to this? Thank you.
Have pre skin cancer spot on arm and a friend said black strap molasses works. How does it work and where to get it?
Dr. Jennifer Daniels M.D. with her monthly fun filled information rich show just for you, May 28, 2019, ONE
Dr. Jennifer Daniels M.D. with her monthly fun filled information rich show just for you, May 28, 2019, TWO
May 28, 2019 @ 7:24 pm Lynn_M
http://www.azurestandard.com has Blackstrap Molasses that is 32.1 calories per Tbsp.
May 28, 2019 @ 9:43 pm patrick
Yes indeed. Here’s the link I found it on…..32 Calories per TBS…the lowest we’ve seen.
June 11, 2019 @ 11:23 pm Mitchell
Looks like Azure has recently changed the label for their Blackstrap Molasses. The label for their old-fashioned Blackstrap Molasses, product SW021, now says it’s 60 calories per Tbsp.
Click link to product page below to see current labeling information:
June 3, 2019 @ 8:47 pm Lynn_M
Azurestandard.com now has their Blackstrap Molasses in stock. This is the 32.1 cal/Tbsp stuff. Patrick, I’d be happy to receive the sulfur that you promised to anyone finding a ready source of molasses below 40 cal/Tbsp.
June 4, 2019 @ 8:39 am patrick
Thanks..actually it was the first one who gives us a steady reliable source of what we want…….
the good news for thee…is you were/are the first one to bring us Azure Standard…..so..yes,
send along your complete name and shipping address to me via email and we’ll send ti out.
good job, patrick
May 29, 2019 @ 3:15 pm vee
Patrick spoke of the string of
medical complexe$ in Austin.
on Med-eo Drive?
In these parts we call them
20 story atriums with an outrageous admission charge!
May 30, 2019 @ 3:14 pm RadioGuGu
For the question about RA – have you checked the Paddison program?
Just this week I was going to email Patrick this info and suggestion for a guest – Clint Paddison.
May 31, 2019 @ 1:44 pm Ellen
Regarding lowering the sugar/carbohydrate level in organic molasses, how about fermenting it just a little – perhaps with some good quality probiotics? That will turn some of the sugar to alcohol, I think. But I’m not sure if that will be a healthier situation or not – any opinions?
June 2, 2019 @ 9:57 pm Ron
Patrick: I live on the Big Island. I bought a bottle of Plantation molasses from a local health food store that has 42 calories per tbsp. But another store in Hilo also carries Plantation, but it has 60 calories per tbsp. Go figure. So some bottles of Plantation can be found with 42 calories per tbsp.
June 3, 2019 @ 8:42 am patrick
Aloha Ron, yes…that is not unusual. According to Dr. D. they stopped making the below 50 calories per TBS some time ago,but
the older lower calorie stock is still out and about.
June 15, 2019 @ 12:02 pm Karla
Found another molasses from amazon Tate & Lyle’s Black Treacle 454 g https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EW7T3D2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_epsbDbR5EEBS8
It’s at 37 caps per tbs. I have the old plantation version in my pantry at 46 cal. Hope this helps. Great show!
June 21, 2019 @ 5:22 pm Mitchell
Unless my math is wrong, at 2.9 calories per gram and 15 grams per tablespoon, Tate & Lyle’s Black Treacle comes out to about 43.5 calories per tablespoon. The label specifies energy in kcals, but one kcal is the same as one Calorie.