After some research on natural approaches to parasite issues, I’m leaning toward Dr. Clark’s 3 ingredient kit. Was wondering how important is it that I follow her protocol?

Here’s an approach to following Dr. Clark’s protocol (recipe).  If you’re going to make your Grandmother’s famous lemon cake, but decide that you don’t have the time or the energy to mix it all by hand (as the recipe states and as you have always done).  Instead, this time you decide to use your electric mixer.  When the cake doesn’t turn out as you expected, then you shouldn’t be surprised.  Therefore, if you alter her protocol, don’t be surprised if your results are different than expected.  Click here and you’ll see her 18 day protocol.  There are also many frequently asked questions (FAQ’s) that do lend themselves to some variances in the protocol. For example… taking the Black Walnut straight up or mixing it in foods or beverages. Click here if you’d like to see some  FAQ’s.

Please note, this protocol and these FAQ’s are strictly based on Dr. Clark’s research and contents in her published books.  Before following her protocol (which is off product label instructions) and before taking  any over-the-counter product, it is always advisable to discuss its use with your primary care professional.

2 Replies to “After some research on natural approaches to parasite issues, I’m leaning toward Dr. Clark’s 3 ingredient kit. Was wondering how important is it that I follow her protocol?”

    1. Dear Faith,
      The following is from our Q&A section posted on this site:
      Why is your Black Walnut Tincture dark green… almost black? Especially when Dr. Clark says in her book, the way to tell that the tincture is fresh and has been made from green hulls is if it is light green in color.
      The instructions in Dr. Clark’s books refer to making her Black Walnut Tincture and its specified light green color is only applicable when the product is being made in a home kitchen. When the green hulls of the walnut are pressed by hand (as described in her books) – the resulting liquid is a light green color. When these same green hulls are pressed in a commercial lab using heavy equipment, the result is a dark green colored liquid. It is very easy to add a few drops of vitamin C to the liquid and turn it a light green color. OneLifeUSA Vitamins chooses not to do this, as it is not part of Dr. Clark’s formula. We are quite confident in our Black Walnut Tincture and its compatibility to Dr. Clark’s intended standards, as she personally came to our lab to oversee the commercial manufacturing of her products and approved this Black Walnut product. Our product is a double maceration (Double strength) at a 1:1 ratio of gm herb to ml menstruum (1/2 teaspoon contains extractives from 2,500 mg fresh plant material) – just a specified by Dr. Clark herself.

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