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Long Distance Allergy Detection

by | Aug 3, 2021 | Posts, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Years ago I was told by a learned veterinarian that she was able to detect a current disease condition in an animal from whom she had collected blood years ago.  She said the DNA of the pet changed with his changing conditions over the years.  The DNA gave accurate information about the pet’s current condition years after it had been collected.  This was initially hard for me to swallow, but since that time I have seen first-hand that DNA never loses its connection with its live host.  There has been much advancement in the study of quantum physics and related fields in the last few years.  The U.S. army had conducted experiments of this phenomenon with our tax dollars as reported by Kevin Trudeau (Natural Cures “They” Don’t Want You To Know About, 2004, p263), where a person was subjected to various conditions and the response of their DNA was first measured in a separate room and then moved up to fifty miles apart.  Interestingly, the response of the DNA relaxing and tightening its coil occurred faster than the speed of light.  It seems that we are all instantaneously connected to ourselves.  Even our dogs are instantaneously connected to their parts.  This is a little known principle or law of the universe.  We have personally seen this apply over great distances in our veterinary practice such as from Middle Tennessee to as far West as California and Washington State and as far East as France.

       Please call 615-377-6457 for detailed instructions on what we need to conduct these allergy tests for your dog long distance.

Be sure to provide our staff with a complete food ingredients list including any treats, supplements and medications.  There have been extreme cases where we’ve had to put on our Sherlock Holmes hat and figure out that the allergic reaction was coming from a favorite blanket, toy, shampoo, yard treatment, essential oils, or other antigen sources.  However, most of the time it is fairly simple and the culprit is a food ingredient that is constant. We have most food samples, either dry or frozen, at our clinic.  We shall determine your dog’s sensitivities and quickly communicate them to you with recommendations of how to stop the travesty.