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The Dark Ages of Medicine

Dr Richard Shulze
Written by Dr Richard Shulze

Dr Richard Shulze, N.D., M.H.

“Medicine in our country has been on a crusade over the last 100 years to wipe out every other form of medicine. One of the things they did that was unique was they lobbied to make words legal only for them to use. Today in the US, only a medical doctor can diagnose a disease, prescribe something, and cure you. Nobody else can say “diagnose”, “prescribe” and “cure“. That means that nobody can cure you but a medical doctor….I can’t say “Chaparral is the cure for a tumour”. I can’t say garlic is the cure for cholestrol or high blood pressure. They have made the laws. So that makes me look stupid, impotent, and it makes the herbs look weak and wimpy.
    I can’t as a herbalist, say that an herb will cure, even though a lot of prescription drugs are made from herbs.
    This was a tactic by organised medicine to wipe out the opposition, by making them look silly and impotent…they have the words…they control the high ground. They can walk out and say, “Yes, if you take this drug, you will cure yourself.” But they hired lawyers and got the government behind them. If I say that I go to jail. It isn’t because the herbs don’t work and the drugs are better, it’s just because they have more money, they lobbied more and got the law passed in their favour. That is why people get this idea that herbs don’t cure you.”

Dr Shulze.

“The machinery looks good, the technology seems nice, the stainless steel is shiny, everything smells like isopropyl alchohol; I mean they are the greatest salesmen in the world.  We’re going to go look back at this century and we’re going to laugh eventually, but we’ll cry first.  This is one of the most barbaric periods.  It’s going to be called the Dark Ages of Medicine.”

Dr Shulze (The Sam Biser Herbal Video Collection p198)

“Pap smears were designed to get women back into a doctor’s office…..They con women into either biopsies or surgery for their cervix before they really have a problem…..I suggest that women never get a pap smear.  It’s just a way that a gynaecologist makes his boat payments.”

Dr Shulze (The Sam Biser Herbal Video Collection p194)

Cayenne should be an herb which everyone has in the kitchen, the bathroom and in the trunk of your car…Because there is no other herb that moves the blood faster to the brain than cayenne.  …It relieves the pain of angina pectoris by helping to get more blood to the heart muscle itself. And if a person has a heart attack, Cayenne is the surest first-aid remedy…I have had almost a hundred patients actually save their lives by using a tablespoon of Cayenne pepper in a glass of warm water and drinking it down fast.” 

“If you master only one herb in your life, master cayenne pepper. It is more powerful than any other.” 

Dr. Richard SCHULZE, Medical Herbalist

A person with their gallbladder removed can do all of the cleansing and building programs as normal. Their gall bladder was removed usually because it was packed full (constipated) with fat, cholesterol and stones and the doctors, instead of showing the patient how to clean it out (liver-gallbladder flushes), cut it out.
    This person should do all the bowel cleansing first, ICF#1 and #2 and then do the 5 day cleanse with the liver/gall bladder flushing, the liver gall bladder tonic, and the detox tea. They should just cut all the liver and gall bladder dosages in half to start and then work their way up to normal.
    The gall bladder is like the rectum of the liver. Fats and other wastes that are processed by the liver are deposited in the gall bladder. Then, when it is full, the gall bladder contracts and empties the contents, via the bile duct, into the stomach/small intestine (duodenum).
    When the gall bladder has been removed, it is a sure sign than it has been congested and possible liver disease is around the corner: It is still possible to flush the liver via the bile ducts, although it should be done with a lesser intensity (start with 1/2 dosages and work up to full) and over a longer period of time (two weeks instead of one week) and more frequently (4 to 6 times a year instead of 2 to 3 times a year).

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Dr Richard Shulze

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