Patrick Timpone


Dr. Richard Massey, MD

Ask Dr. Massey

Dr. Richard Massey joins us LIVE once a month to take health questions from our listeners. He is an MD practicing Wholistic and Natural Medicine

Show Highlights:

-Laughter is the best medicine

-Could toxins coming out of the liver and gallbladder cause anxiety?

-Balancing brain chemistry naturally

-George, a listener recounts his story of healing a blood disease; Dr. Massey talks about free radicals and antioxidants

-Checking your earwax may tell you if you need more fat

-All about ozone and it’s health benefits

-HCG for reconnecting nerves; it’s been known since the 1980s that this works, but why isn’t this protocol used today?

-Plaque buildup may not just be due to diet; Dr. Massey shares an interesting theory

-The Jonathan Wright Immune Protocol; it’s a tough one, but it’s proven to be life saving

-Reversing Lupus by avoiding ALL gluten and ALL cow dairy

-Rheumatoid arthritis and recall healing; an issue with devaluation

-Jim, a listener, recommends more good fats for the brain and we agree

-Dr. Massey talks coffee enemas

-What causes eye floaters?

-What happens when you put your attention on your own death?

-Ideas for excema relief; a probiotic paste may work

and so much!

Dr. Massey

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ask dr. massey with Richard Massey m.d., february 27, 2014, hour one

'Dr. Richard Massey – Ultimately, Laughter Seems To Be the Best Medicine – February 27, 2014' has 1 comment

  1. March 9, 2014 @ 5:04 am jay

    The boys smoked a fatty before they started this gig….great show guys,


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