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The Use of the Herb Artemisinin for Babesia, Malaria, and Cancer: All the Practical Information You Need to Make Smart Decisions on Artemisinin Paperback – September 13, 2006
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But this book does not include the “flip side” to this that is discussed in the remarkable books by Dr. Steven Rochlitz, particularly his book, Porphyria: The Ultimate Cause of Common. Chronic and Environmental Illnesses. In that book, Rochlitz states that in many “cases” the patient’s severe illness and overall worsening condition, is due to the fact that Artemisia induces porphyria! In other words, the patient’s illness after taking Artemisia is NOT the die-off effect; rather the herb has directly caused a severe illness namely porphyria.
Rochlitz details that porphyria is not a rare disease, and that 20% of humanity is genetically predisposed to acquiring porphyria after many types of toxic exposures. In fact, the waste products of the Lyme organism (Borrelia burgdorferi) or the co-infections of the protozoans like Babesia or others, can also have induced porphyria. Only Steven Rochlitz is revealing this possibility and he has written that it is happening thousands of times a day in doctors’ offices. That is, the patient reports back that Artemisinin has made them very sick or “much worse” and the usual doctor’s response is “that’s great, that’s the die-off effect, just keep taking it.” In reality, a chronic, possibly a permanent porphyria has resulted.Read more ›