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You are stressing out and have some anxiety.

I had the same thing. Only time is going to help you.

Focus on being happy.
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Carlini Institute, check out the solar symptoms from a scientific viewpoint..Solutions are harder to find.

Eat what you can when you can..protein helps. Stomach lining affected by solar, also eyes, tongue, brain...Soak your head and body in water..warm washcloth with hand on stomach for pain..

Muscle cramps, etc from extra energy surges..Try bare foot, try leaning on tree to ground.
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A lot of times a person can be sero-negative to autoimmune diseases and still actually have enough symptoms to classify them as having that.

You need better docs, for one.

seek out a place with a team of doctors. I'd recommend something like mayo clinic because community hospital docs get bonuses/commissions when they make a diagnosis and prescribe meds and testing. Mayo clinic, though expensive, has the patient's interests at heart as docs are paid a flat salary without any bonuses for tests, meds, diagnoses, etc.

If this is completely impossible/improbable for you, look for university hospitals near you.

Last alternative is getting second, third, and fourth opinions. Take your results with you of all medical records to a gestroenterologist, ENT, rheumatologist, and maybe even immunologist.

There's no reason to be forced to suffer like you are.

First thought that came to my mind was undiagnosed celiac sprue (leading to complications with age)....but once you are known to have one autoimmune disease, you have a 50% chance of having another as well.

Please see more doctors. Not all doctors have knowledge on everything and some don't consider seronegative as a positive diagnosis and then ignore the patient. With diagnosed signs of inflammation, you do have something going on.
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gosh thanks for posting.

im starting doctors appts this week as i cant live w/ the same symptoms you've described. same here. the last few monthes, wow, i go to work and come home and get in bed. i do the bare minimum and can't believe my life has been taken over by this.

the ongoing burping is huge and exhausting. i'm always dizzy or something, off balance physically which is not normal.

ive been vegan macrobiotic for 20 yrs and now i can't eat anything. i will vomit w/ no warning and have no energy...i have to manufacture any energy. ringing ears, all of it, crown of head vibrating so hard i can't sleep, headaches which i never got before, etc.

im thinking crohns.

but i live in portland or...radiation

and i have read karen bishops work which said we would all go thru these exact symptons upon our dna expanding to accomadate the upcoming energy/changes.

ill keep u posted on my gi doc visit and results...

i wish everyone the best who is going thru this

please post a cure!!!

thanks funstar67
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Meniere's disease

<hope this helps you out....click the link for the complete details..>




Symptoms include:

Abnormal sensations of movement (vertigo)
Gets worse with sudden movement
Lasts for a few minuts to several hours
May come and go
Dizziness
Hearing loss in one or both ears
Low frequency noises lost first
Extent of hearing loss may change
Noises or ringing in the ear (tinnitus)
Sudden episodes of complete disorientation that causes the person to fall down
Sweating (may be heavy)
Uncontrollable eye movements
Vomiting and nausea
The feeling of dizziness and being off balance

[link to www.healthline.com]
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My BF and I have been having these exact symptoms for a few months now. It's very frustrating and hard to figure out. I've thought of going to the doctor but the symptoms are so strange and I can't afford a zillion dollars for tests. Lots of people are sick, I wonder if it's from radiation or some strange virus or what. It's getting depressing feeling like crap all the time.
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Awakening symptoms, check out WWW.in5d.com they have some articles on that site regarding this.
I have headaches, fatigue, sleeping problems, stomach problems and ringing in my ears.
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I have exact same thing, OP try to use energy in a possitive way, concentrate on loved ones. There is alot of new energy coming, interstellar cloud is in our system, and we are in the photon band(quantum electromagnetic energy saturation, big catalyst).stay strong!
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Chemtrail ???

The elderly are particularly susceptible to the effects of chemtrails. If someone you know is having difficulty breathing or experiencing any chemtrail related symptoms they should immediately see their doctor.

Things to watch for are breathing problems, respiratory related problems, headaches, dizziness (falling to the right), unexplained itching or allergic reactions, brain fog, lethargy or lack of energy, stomach aches and dry coughs after spraying. There have been no studies to measure the long term effects of chemtrails on the elderly. If you suspect chemtrails spraying is causing serious respiratory problems, you may want to consider leaving the area for a while to an area that is not being sprayed if you can find one.

If you see chemtrail spraying in the sky it is best to stay indoors and turn on air conditioner. Do whatever you can to strengthen your immune system.

Short Term Effects of Chemtrails:

Allergies
Anxiety
Asthma
Brain Fog
Breathing difficulties (Unexplained)
Chronic sore or raspy throat
Dizziness
Eye and skin irritations
Flatulence (gas)
Flu-like symptoms
Headaches
itching (Unexplained)
Nausea and Vomiting
Nose bleeds (Unexplained)
Panic attacks
Persistent coughing
Respiratory problems
Stomach aches
Suicidal thoughts
Tinnitus (short term ringing In the ears)
And many other symptoms

Long Term Effects of Chemtrails:

Acid Reflux
(ADHD) Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Allergies
Alzheimer's Disease
Aluminum build up in Pineal Gland
Asthma
Autism (evidence links autism to mercury)
Autoimmune Diseases
Blood in the Urine
Borderline personality disorder
Cancer (linked to many types of cancers)
Chronic Fatigue
Constipation
Depression
Easy Bruising
Eye problems - * Nearsightedness & Farsightedness (by altering interocular fluid eye
pressure)
Fibromyalgia
Floaters In the Eyes
Gastritis
Heart Arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat)
Heart Disease
High Cholesterol
Hypoglycemia
Hyperglycemia
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Insomnia
Learning Disabilities
Lung diseases
Lupus Erythematosus
Multiple Sclerosis
Oily Skin (Elevated DHT)
Parkinson's Disease
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Schizophrenia
Short-Term Memory Loss
Sleep Disorders
Spider Veins
Tinnitus (ringing in the ears – 700 million cases of Tinnitus reported worldwide)
White Coating On the Tongue
And many other symptoms

[link to stopsprayingcalifornia.com]
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Have you been tested for Lyme? Been bitten by a tick anytime in the last 10 to 15 years? Lyme can sometimes take several years before the symptoms appear...

Many of your symptoms sound like it....
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+1000
Difficult to get positive diagnosis, more difficult to treat...
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Where do you live? I been getting dizzy, chest hurts, stomach hurts. It was real bad today. I was very dizzy. My kids were to and had headaches. I am in Michigan and I noticed yesterday they were laying the CHEM trails on thick.
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I am not trying to be a smart ass..

But it sounds like some evil spirit has possessed your body.

Try exorcism, can't hurt.

Doesn't have to be a priest, just any body who heals by psychic doctoring.
Dig deeper for the end is nigh.

On second thought, fuck digging, just find a sink hole!!!
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OP, if you've lifted your sleeve for any vaccines recently, you've just found out the cause.
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Pancreatitis.
"The wise man's home is the universe." ~ Democrites

Catch the blue train...somewhere down that crazy river.
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Could be a number of things...but I know one thing that will help you detox (if that's the problem) or help with immune system (if it's low)...or help with metabolism (if it's out of whack) or help with pretty much any other problem you've got.

Lugol's Iodine Solution
6 drops in water three times a day.

That is all.

After just a week you will be amazed.

That is all...
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I've been experiencing some of these symptoms as well and the only thing I can peg it on is stress and anxiety. I've quit smoking about 6 months ago, eat less processed foods and more fruits, veggies and organic foods. I drink multi-vitamin plus a 1000mg of vitamin C everyday. Before going to bed I drink a hot cup my own concoction of lemon and cayenne pepper. Cayenne pepper is really good for you. Do your research on cayenne pepper's health benefits. Slow down and do some mindful meditative excercises. There are still days that I still experience symptoms but it's becoming tolerable.
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Weird, I am having almost all of the above symptoms. Don't have health insurance, and don't have the money to go get tests. Keep thinking there is something really wrong with me, then I think, well maybe it is just a bug , virus. Bad headaches daily , sweating a lot , dizziness, overwhelming fatique , some nasea, pain behind my eyes, stiff neck , tight heavy feeling in chest , etc. I have been all over the net doing some research on the possibilities. ..these are some of the possibilities,

#1 Celiac Disease
#2 Lupus
#3 auto immunes
#4 vitamin deficency

The problem is there are soo many things that can produce these symptoms. I know for me it is getting really old. Some days I feel ok, others are just plain difficult. I really want the headaches, mental confusion, and dizziness to stop. I went thru a period of stomach pain, and a lot of it, but that has subsided some. Maybe we are all being poisoned from somewhere, maybe it is radiation sickness. My hair is not falling out however. I get nose sores inside my nose though. Good luck to you mate.
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I've been experiencing some of these symptoms as well and the only thing I can peg it on is stress and anxiety. I've quit smoking about 6 months ago, eat less processed foods and more fruits, veggies and organic foods. I drink multi-vitamin plus a 1000mg of vitamin C everyday. Before going to bed I drink a hot cup my own concoction of lemon and cayenne pepper. Cayenne pepper is really good for you. Do your research on cayenne pepper's health benefits. Slow down and do some mindful meditative excercises. There are still days that I still experience symptoms but it's becoming tolerable.
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Cayenne is excellent. I have been taking it lately, it helps. I am trying to go gluten free. 95% of the time I do great , but I still blow it here and there. I think it is good for me to be gluten free. Can't give up the coffee just yet though. Can't really get myself to eat much red meat lately. BLUK. Maybe it is the evolution of our bodies, and the ascension, and all that business ???
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Could be a number of things...but I know one thing that will help you detox (if that's the problem) or help with immune system (if it's low)...or help with metabolism (if it's out of whack) or help with pretty much any other problem you've got.

Lugol's Iodine Solution
6 drops in water three times a day.

That is all.

After just a week you will be amazed.

That is all...
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I swear by iodine drops ... though not that much. Just 3 drops once a day have made a monumental impact on my energy levels and sense of wellbeing.
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B vitamins are water soluble, It might take awhile to feel better. Take a good B-complex twice a day or more--

Epsom Salt baths--helps get magnesium into your system.

You can check your PH-- salvia and urine, your body can heal better if it has all the nutrients it needs plus a little akaline--lots of greens help.

Baking soda--can help with PH.

No matter what you have, your body is trying to heal itself.

Medications can prevent this process.

Some common things people are missing in their diets--

Vitamin D
Magnesium
Iodine
Vitamin C
B12
all the B vitamins
Omega 3 oils

Stop caffeine, sugar, alcohol, dairy, meat, wheat, corn, artificial colors and flavors, MSG, ...

Try an elimination diet, green smoothies, fresh vegetable juices....

Trust yourself, research the above and check out your environment for toxins....mold, EMF, .....

Keep at it, have you had a root canal?
hf
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Ummm, I've seen this before. You have obviously swallowed a toad. GOOD LUCK!
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My BF and I have been having these exact symptoms for a few months now. It's very frustrating and hard to figure out. I've thought of going to the doctor but the symptoms are so strange and I can't afford a zillion dollars for tests. Lots of people are sick, I wonder if it's from radiation or some strange virus or what. It's getting depressing feeling like crap all the time.
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What part of the country do you live in? Do you live together? Can you move?

I would guess it is something you are both exposed to in your environment.

The location of your bed? Keep EMF and electrical things 4 feet away.

Is there a cell phone tower, WiFi, Dish...or mold? Do you eat a lot of the same foods?

Mold in your environment--forced air? (heating)

Did you change anything before your symptoms started? New phone, dental work? Living arrangements?

Keep researching, don't give up, you might need to move.
hf
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Could be a number of things...but I know one thing that will help you detox (if that's the problem) or help with immune system (if it's low)...or help with metabolism (if it's out of whack) or help with pretty much any other problem you've got.

Lugol's Iodine Solution
6 drops in water three times a day.

That is all.

After just a week you will be amazed.

That is all...
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Are you using 5% or 2%? Thanks!
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Could be a number of things...but I know one thing that will help you detox (if that's the problem) or help with immune system (if it's low)...or help with metabolism (if it's out of whack) or help with pretty much any other problem you've got.

Lugol's Iodine Solution
6 drops in water three times a day.

That is all.

After just a week you will be amazed.

That is all...
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Are you using 5% or 2%? Thanks!
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Both actually. I've got regular 2% Lugol's that I take, but I also have the 5% that I use whenever I run low on the weaker solution. Of the 5% I take 4 drops 3 times a day...the 2% I take 6 drops 3 times a day. At one time I was up to 8 drops 3 times a day of the 5% solution, but that's only for loading your thyroid and then you need to back off and just do a maintenance dose.

It's made a DRAMATIC difference in my health and stamina....and the detox is intense. It kicks all the bromine out of your system and bromine detox is yucky....but necessary for true health. It's such a bummer that bromine is in so many things.

The Lugol's %5 can be expensive if you buy it in the little bottles. I buy it at CVS Pharmacy in pint bottles. It's called "Humco Strong Iodine Solution" and is about $30. A real bargain considering the small 1 OZ bottles go for $12 to $15. YOu have to order it.
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maybe aluminum oxide from chemtrails or look up msg
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I'm really hoping someone can shine some light on me. I've seen every doctor under the sun and not one has any idea what's wrong with me.
Below is a list of my symptoms and Drs I've seen.

Whole body tingles, its like a freezing feeling (numb) it feels almost like my body stops for a slight second but functional 

Bad headaches by my temples and mostly in the back of my head shooting down my neck. Feeling really stiff. Lots of pressure. 

Very dizzy - like I'm on a boat. Sometimes it's really difficult to focus

Stabbing feeling in my stomach
Top left of my stomach
Lower part of my stomach 

Urinating frequently

Constant diarrhea, i go to the bathroom sometimes 3-8 times a day

Night sweats 

Nauseous / loss of appetite 

Constant fatigue 
This is computer radiation Take cortizones and MMypradol tablets
Shortness of breath

Chest is a little tight 

Ears will ring every so often. 
Sometimes my hearing seems very hollow. I can hear a million noises then it'll hollow out into a ringing noise. It's almost as if it's selective hearing. I can't hear anything around me but that hollow ringing sound. 
My right ear has pains in it every so often.
It feels like I have water in my ears all the time, Especially when I bend down.

I twitch a lot in my sleep and a little when I'm awake. Sometimes have hand tremors 

Ever since I can remember I always had slight stomach problems (nausea). 

Mid July I started feeling funny. I was having night sweets for several weeks prior the many symptoms explained above. 
The beginning of the strange symptoms started when I had a very important photoshoot. I  Woke up really nauseous with a horrible pressure headache. I thought it was a stomach bug for a couple days but it didnt go away the  figured it might be stress bc I have a lot going on with work and my personal life.  
It lasted for 3 weeks before I decided to go to the doctor. 

I went to Medemerge and the dr told me it was stress and gave me anti-depression medication. 
I took it for 8 days and the symptoms were still there sooo nauseous and horrible pressure headaches. 

Went back to the dr and saw a dr that I was more comfortable with. 
He didn't have much to say but ran lots of blood tests then suggested that I see a GI or neurologist. 

Went to the GI and he suggested I get an endoscopy. Only thing that showed up was inflammation in my stomach and when the biopsies came back he requested that I go for a colonoscopy for crohns. I decided to get blood taken for crohns - results negative. 

Had a ultra sound done one my upper abdomen for Blatter problems - result negative. 

Saw an ENT for vertigo result negative

Went to an optometrist. 
Stems and everything is normal.

Last straw - neurologist.
Put me on Paxil for 12 days got really sick from it and switched to lexipro - was on that for 5 weeks dizziness seemed to subside a bit but would come back. 

Neurologist was out of answers bc I still feel like crap and  still dizzy n nauseous. He took me off of it.
Gave me a emg to test for nerve damage bc I was having hand tremors result negative.  

Last resort was to see a highly recommended interal medicine dr. In Bocca Florida (this guy is curing freaking cancer - hell def know what's wrong with me so I thought). He took 25 vials of blood. Couple things showed up... Low testostorone and low vitamin b and d.
Still not sure why i am always dizzy with stomach pains.
I've been taking all the vitamins requested and testostorone... Still feel shitty.


This is computer radiation They think they clever but they dont know what the Lord got for them O MY WORD!!!Take cortizones and Mypradol tablets Jesus said we will drink pioson step on snakes nothing will get to you. Come in under the Blood of Jesus.
Someone please help me... I can't take living like this anymore. Does this sound like anything that anyone has head of? Please help.
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Could be a number of things...but I know one thing that will help you detox (if that's the problem) or help with immune system (if it's low)...or help with metabolism (if it's out of whack) or help with pretty much any other problem you've got.

Lugol's Iodine Solution
6 drops in water three times a day.

That is all.

After just a week you will be amazed.

That is all...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11215537



Are you using 5% or 2%? Thanks!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3577340


Both actually. I've got regular 2% Lugol's that I take, but I also have the 5% that I use whenever I run low on the weaker solution. Of the 5% I take 4 drops 3 times a day...the 2% I take 6 drops 3 times a day. At one time I was up to 8 drops 3 times a day of the 5% solution, but that's only for loading your thyroid and then you need to back off and just do a maintenance dose.

It's made a DRAMATIC difference in my health and stamina....and the detox is intense. It kicks all the bromine out of your system and bromine detox is yucky....but necessary for true health. It's such a bummer that bromine is in so many things.

The Lugol's %5 can be expensive if you buy it in the little bottles. I buy it at CVS Pharmacy in pint bottles. It's called "Humco Strong Iodine Solution" and is about $30. A real bargain considering the small 1 OZ bottles go for $12 to $15. YOu have to order it.
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This is exactly the info I've been looking for, since I don't have hours a day to spend reading or watching the videos, so thank you!hf

I'm only at 8 drops of 2%, so I guess I have a ways to go, lol! Can you share any detaills on why this detox was so intense? Beyond headaches, cold symptoms, fatigue?
I sure hope you come back to this thread. Thanks again.
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OP..Start out by doing a liver flush..Its so good for the body and natural..Something that the Dr won't tell you..Its the best thing that I have ever done..It is so amazing to see these stone come out from the liver..We need to learn to educate ourselves instead of medicating..Here is a couple of websites that will educate you..Good luck..God Bless..

[link to curezone.com]

[link to www.earthclinic.com]
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yeast infection.

go on raw food diet.
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It is adrenal burn out.
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Could be a number of things...but I know one thing that will help you detox (if that's the problem) or help with immune system (if it's low)...or help with metabolism (if it's out of whack) or help with pretty much any other problem you've got.

Lugol's Iodine Solution
6 drops in water three times a day.

That is all.

After just a week you will be amazed.

That is all...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11215537



Are you using 5% or 2%? Thanks!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3577340


Both actually. I've got regular 2% Lugol's that I take, but I also have the 5% that I use whenever I run low on the weaker solution. Of the 5% I take 4 drops 3 times a day...the 2% I take 6 drops 3 times a day. At one time I was up to 8 drops 3 times a day of the 5% solution, but that's only for loading your thyroid and then you need to back off and just do a maintenance dose.

It's made a DRAMATIC difference in my health and stamina....and the detox is intense. It kicks all the bromine out of your system and bromine detox is yucky....but necessary for true health. It's such a bummer that bromine is in so many things.

The Lugol's %5 can be expensive if you buy it in the little bottles. I buy it at CVS Pharmacy in pint bottles. It's called "Humco Strong Iodine Solution" and is about $30. A real bargain considering the small 1 OZ bottles go for $12 to $15. YOu have to order it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11215537


This is exactly the info I've been looking for, since I don't have hours a day to spend reading or watching the videos, so thank you!hf

I'm only at 8 drops of 2%, so I guess I have a ways to go, lol! Can you share any detaills on why this detox was so intense? Beyond headaches, cold symptoms, fatigue?
I sure hope you come back to this thread. Thanks again.
 Quoting: Roxi


You're welcome. I've researched this stuff for about 10 years. Tried everything and iodine is the stuff that has made the most dramatic difference in my overall health. I still use Cellfood drops in water and take fish oil caps, alfalfa tabs and a good probiotic...along with Super Chrorella in case of radiation exposure. But iodine is the staple.

Bromine detox is bad because bromine is so toxic and yet it's in so many things that we all have in stored in the fatty tissues of our bodies, as well as the thyroid. When iodine is taken , it begins to kick out the bromine in the thyroid and replace it...and begins to pull out the bromine and heavy metals in the tissues. When this happens the body goes into overdrive to excrete it and get rid of it. You will get cherry anginomas (tiny red bloody looking dots) all over. These will got away with time. Expect some raging headaches too.

I've had bouts with loose bowels and you will pee like crazy so drink alot of water. At one point I was nauseous for a couple of weeks. Not bad, but just enough to make me feel yucky. Expect pimples too. It's toxins coming to the surface. Just put topical iodine of them and they will dry up.

To really detox properly you need to drink alot of water, stop ALL white sugar (essential) and that includes soda pop. It's freakin TOXIC. Use unrefined turbinado brown sugar and then not much of it...or stevia is better. NO HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP. NONE IF POSSIBLE. Look at labels.

Plenty of sunshine. Massage your lymph glands to keep things moving.

Hope that helps. Good luck.

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