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Growth Caused by Cell Phone

I don’t usually have comments like what I am about to share, as I am known to go the traditional route in medicine. But I have been attending the PATH lectures for the past year and a half and am being stirred to think about other options to healing issues.

Recently I discovered a “growth”, about the size of a small pea, on the ridge of my left ear. It was not blemish or anything I had seen before. I remembered the lecture of Dr. Horowitz when he said that he removed skin cancers by using bloodroot. Before I went to the dermatologist to get what ever it was cut off, I thought I would give the bloodroot a try in case it was a tumor of a sort, cancerous or not. So I began applying a tincture of the bloodroot morning and eve. A definite “crusting” around the base of the growth was occurring and it seemed that it would eventually want to fall off. But after 3 weeks and a slow progress, I began thinking about the cell phone I continued to hold at that ear for hours a day.

My thoughts turned to...tumor? Wasn’t that another PATH lecture? I immediately hooked up the ear phone piece for any further cell use. I continued the bloodroot but also began applying Young Living Frankincense essential oil several times a day. (Frankincense has been known to be successful with tumors.) The “growth” began to immediately shrink and within 10 days was totally gone! It has not returned as of the past 2 months. I continue to use the ear piece on the cell phone.

Bernie Butts
PATH member

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