Could someone explain to me what EIS is?
> On Feb 8, 2018, at 9:05 PM, Neville <one.red...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Well, I can tell you first hand for the Shingles virus. Family member had
> considerable rash/blisters/ scabs etc blah blah, front on stomach and back on
> one side of the torso. This person took *nothing*, repeat, *nothing* from
> the Medical Fraternity, I treated it immediately with EIS, externally, then a
> cough was developed later so treated EIS using a Nebuliser. The Shingles
> cleared up and scarring was minimal, if at all. Some post hermetic neuralgia
> was experienced, but only for a couple of weeks from memory, then settled
> down and the Shingles was cleared. I have administered EIS to two (2) people
> who were diagnosed with Shingles and both were successful, at home. For what
> it's worth.
> The only question I can't find an answer to is - - Had the original Chicken
> Pox virus been eradicated and would/could/can catch Chicken Pox again later
> in life? Don't know and can't find out?
> This is the problem with our EIS, you can't find very much help via
> research...Anywhere? The only way to find things out is really by
> experimentation, using yourself, or someone else, as a guinea pig. Thinking
> and reasoning and questioning is the only way to find out things for oneself.
> You'll either cure something, or it might be non effective, or you might
> kill yourself, so be it. At my age I don't really care anymore, and I ain't
> dead yet, nor are those other two people, one much younger and
> one...Old-"ish". <g>
> There is nothing to lose by using EIS, non toxic blah blah... Don't believe
> most of what you hear/read is all I can say. But I make a distinction
> between 'CS' and 'EIS'. Others might argue that, but I won't. They need to
> read much more and understand the distinction between both, but I won't go
> into that, they can.
> From: Reid Harvey <reidharvey7...@gmail.com <mailto:reidharvey7...@gmail.com>>
> Sent: Friday, 9 February 2018 3:42 AM
> To: Silverlist Post
> Subject: CS>CS and viruses
> How effective is CS against viruses in general? While these are a lot
> smaller than bacteria is, does this pose a problem? What about effectiveness
> against such viruses as those of HIV and ebola and even the flu? I keep
> thinking about applications in Africa.