G2 Voice #29: Why are kidneys being destroyed worldwide and what to do to stop it!
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Testimony of the week:
Perdita- Started Protocol 1000 in beginning of February 2017. Took a few days to get up to 3 drops each of 50% Citric Acid & 28% Sodium Chlorite for 8 hours a day.
Cured: 2 stomach ulcers & a hernia.
Cured: Acid Reflux & Hiatal Herniac Ulcer!
Almost Cured: Degenerative Disc Disease in lower back.
Cured: Type 2 Diabetes...Sugar meter was OVER 700 last year...Now first thing in a.m. they are around 160's!!! No more insulin or Glipizide!!!
I Have Permanent Atrial Fibrilation. NO Incidences since Feb 4th!!!
Cured: Microcytic Anemia & Blood Counts NORMAL!!!
The extra energy is terrific
THANK YOU JIM & MARK & SON!!!
FEELING WHOLE AGAIN!!!
BTW...Got 4 or 5 Sisters in Jesus started on this as well. They are experiencing wondrous blessings!!!
As you can see below, according to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services that 81.8% of all transplants are kidneys. Another 11.4% are livers. That means 93.2% of ALL organ transplants in the U.S. are Kidneys and Livers. Why?
U.S. Government Information on Organ Donation and Transplantation. https://www.organdonor.gov/statistics-stories/statistics.html#morestats
People waiting for transplants as of 3/27/2017
118,171 people need a lifesaving organ transplant (total waiting list candidates). Of those, 75,845 people are active waiting list candidates. Totals as of today 9:10am
5,367 organ transplants performed so far in 2017
Total Transplants January - February 2017
as of 03/27/2017
Total Donors January - February 2017
as of 03/27/2017
WHY are kidneys and liver being destroyed? One thing you want to know is: the primary functions of these two organs is to filter, purify, monitor levels of nutrients, hormones and pathogens of the BLOOD! Why are these organs, which are the first to deal with toxins entering the blood, being dis-eased and failing? Again, I believe that the majority, not ALL, of the dis-eases we have in the world today are caused by TOXINS. Whether these toxins are directly injected into the body, eaten, inhaled or absorbed by the skin, these toxins start to affect the organs and systems of the body which in turn effect the overall health of the body!
See how this amazing organ works and how valuable it is to the rest of the body!
How do the Kidneys work?
Global Facts About Kidney Disease
• 10% of the population worldwide is affected by chronic kidney disease (CKD), and millions die each year because they do not have access to affordable treatment.
• ŸAccording the 2010 Global Burden of Disease study, chronic kidney disease was ranked 27th in the list of causes of total number of deaths worldwide in 1990, but rose to 18th in 2010. This degree of movement up the list was second only to that for HIV and AIDs.
• Over 2 million people worldwide currently receive treatment with dialysis or a kidney transplant to stay alive, yet this number may only represent 10% of people who actually need treatment to live.
• Of the 2 million people who receive treatment for kidney failure, the majority are treated in only five countries – the United States, Japan, Germany, Brazil, and Italy. These five countries represent only 12% of the world population. Only 20% are treated in about 100 developing countries that make up over 50% of the world population.
• More than 80% of all patients who receive treatment for kidney failure are in affluent countries with universal access to health care and large elderly populations.
• ŸIt is estimated that number of cases of kidney failure will increase disproportionately in developing countries, such as China and India, where the number of elderly people are increasing.
• In middle-income countries, treatment with dialysis or kidney transplantation creates a huge financial burden for the majority of the people who need it. In another 112 countries, many people cannot afford treatment at all, resulting in the death of over 1 million people annually from untreated kidney failure.
• In the US, treatment of chronic kidney disease is likely to exceed $48 billion per year. Treatment for kidney failure consumes 6.7% of the total Medicare budget to care for less than 1% of the covered population.
• In China, the economy will lose US$558 billion over the next decade due to effects on death and disability attributable to heart disease and kidney disease.
• In Uruguay, the annual cost of dialysis is close to $ US 23 million, representing 30% of the budget of the National Resources Fund for specialized therapies.
• In England, according to a recent report published by NHS Kidney Care, chronic kidney disease costs more than breast, lung, colon and skin cancer combined.
• In Australia, treatment for all current and new cases of kidney failure through 2020 will cost an estimated $12 billion.
• In people aged 65 through 74 worldwide, it is estimated that one in five men, and one in four women, have CKD.
• Noncommunicable diseases (such as heart disease, diabetes, or kidney disease) have replaced communicable diseases (such as influence, malaria, or AIDs) as the most common causes of premature death worldwide. An estimated 80% of this burden occurs in low- or middle-income countries, and 25% is in people younger than 60 years.
• Chronic kidney disease is a worldwide health crisis. For example, in the year 2005, there were approximately 58 million deaths worldwide, with 35 million attributed to chronic disease, according to the World Health Organization.
• Chronic kidney disease can be treated. With early diagnosis and treatment, it's possible to slow or stop the progression of kidney disease.
1. World Kidney Day: Chronic Kidney Disease. 2015; .
2. Jha V, Garcia-Garcia G, Iseki K, et al. Chronic kidney disease: global dimension and perspectives. Lancet. Jul 20 2013;382(9888):260-272.
3. Couser WG, Remuzzi G, Mendis S, Tonelli M. The contribution of chronic kidney disease to the global burden of major noncommunicable diseases. Kidney Int. Dec 2011;80(12):1258-1270.
4. Levey AS, Atkins R, Coresh J, et al. Chronic kidney disease as a global public health problem: approaches and initiatives - a position statement from Kidney Disease Improving Global Outcomes. Kidney Int. Aug 2007;72(3):247-259.
Note: The information on this page is current as of March, 2015. In quoting statistics, please consult the original sources.
To get a real idea of how prevalent worldwide it is, you need to add up all the dis-eases that affect the kidneys. Chronic Diabetes, for example, can destroy the kidneys. Also, prescription drugs are destroying the kidneys as well as other organs.
See the list below of “drugs” that cause damage to the kidneys. If you are on any of these drugs, you need to consider stopping these “toxins” from completely destroying your kidneys!
Top Ten Drugs That Cause Kidney Damage: Please Do Not Ignore This
The list of individual drugs that cause kidney damage is so long that it’s hard to decide on the top ten. I’ve chosen to list them by type of drug: antibiotic, analgesic, etc.
These are the top 10 drugs which damage kidneys:
1. Antibiotics, such as ciprofloxacin, vancomycin, methicillin, sulfonamides.
2. Analgesics, like acetaminophen, as well as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID): ibuprofen, aspirin, naproxen, etc.
3. Antiviral drugs, such as indinavir and tenofovir, both used to treat HIV, and acyclovir (brand name Zovirax) which is used in the case of herpes infection.
4. Anticonvulsants, like trimethadione (brand name Tridione), used to treat seizures and other conditions, and phenytoin (brand name Dilantin).
5. COX-2 inhibitors, such as celecoxib (brand name Celebrex). Two drugs, rofecoxib (brand name Vioxx), and valdecoxib (brand name Bextra) have been withdrawn from the market due to cardiovascular toxicity. They fall into the special class of NSAID which were intended to be safer for the stomach, but pose the same threat as other NSAIDs for kidney damage.
6. Chemotherapy drugs, like quinine, interferons, cisplatin, pamidronate, carboplatin, tacrolimus, cyclosporine, mitomycin C, bevacizumab; and anti-thyroid drugs, like propylthiouracil, used in the treatment of an overactive thyroid.
7. High blood pressure drugs, including captopril (brand name Capoten).
8. Heartburn drugs of the proton pump inhibitor class, such as pantoprazole (brand name Protonix), omeprazole (brand name Prilosec), esomeprazole (brand names Nexium, Esotrex), lansoprazole (brand name Prevacid), and rabeprazole (brand names Rabecid, Aciphex).
9. Lithium, used in the treatment of bipolar disorders.
10.Rheumatoid arthritis drugs, such as infliximab (brand name Remicade); hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine, used in the treatment of malaria, rheumatoid arthritis, and systemic lupus erythematosus.
Cholesterol-lowering statin drugs significantly increase a person's risk of cataracts, muscle weakness, liver dysfunction and kidney failure according to a study in the British Medical Journal. The study also confirmed that the drugs lower the risk of heart disease and esophageal cancer, but claims of other health benefits were unsupported.
Researchers from Nottingham University in the United Kingdom examined data on more than 2 million patients between the ages of 30 and 84, seen at 38 different general practices, who had been prescribed the cholesterol-lowering drugs. More than 70 percent were taking simvastatin (Zocor), 22.3 percent were taking atorvastatin (Lipitor), 3.6 percent were taking pravastatin (Pravachol, Selektine), 1.9 percent were taking rosuvastatin (Crestor) and 1.4 percent were taking fluvastatin (Canef, Lescol, Lochol, Vastin).
30,970 transplants were performed in 2015 – the first year we have exceeded more than 30,000 transplants.
• Each day, about 80 people receive organ transplants. Of these recipients, the breakdown of ethnic backgrounds includes:
• In 2015, about 63% of organ recipients were male; 37% female.
• More than 48,792 corneas were transplanted in the U.S. in 2015.
• More than 1 million tissue transplants are performed each year.
in 2015, a total of 37,910 organs were donated. Organ donors can be deceased or living.
• More than 4 out of 5 donations came from deceased donors, and 1 out of 5 donations from living donors. Nearly 6 in 10 donors are deceased and about 4 out of 10 are living donors.
• More than 1 in 3 deceased donors in 2015 was over the age of 50. (35%)
• 60% of deceased donors in 2015 were male, 40% female.
For current statistics about deceased and living donors, including age, race/ethnicity, gender, state and more, visit the OPTN Data Reports.
Currently there are candidates for transplant on the U.S. national waiting list.
• Nearly 2 out of every 3 people on the waiting list are over the age of 50.
• Almost 2,000 children under 18 are on the waiting list.
• Almost 70,000 people (58%) on the list are ethnic minorities.
See current data by age, ethnicity, health status, gender, average waiting times, candidates vs. registrants, and more at OPTN Data Reports. https://www.organdonor.gov/statistics-stories/statistics.html
WARNING: Did you notice donated organs from "deceased" donors are twice as much used in transpalnts than live donors? My Question is: Is there a monetary motivation to have the patient die if he or she is listed as a "organ donor"? Connection there?
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• 10% Kidney Function
• Kidney Function increasing
• Kidney Infection
I had a kidney infection last year, so recognised the symptom of 2 points of back pain, one sligtly higher than the other. It was a sunday and I couldnt find a doctor, so thought I would try mms until I could get to the doctor on Monday. I took 3 drops about 5 times on sunday. The pain was gone when I awoke on Monday. I stopped taking mms and the pain returned, so I took them 3 drops, 3 times a day until wednesday, and was cured. Whenever we have been exposed to germs, or start coughing or sniffing we take ms, and have not been ill with a single thing for over 5 years now. I keep a small bottle with me all all time. Have also used it to get rid of parasites picked up in China, when doctor could not eradicate them.Wonderful stuff!!!
Posted : 21-07-2013
• UTI Bladder Kidneys
Wanted to share my story. I got a urinary tract infection. I'm a 40's male. It happened by my own doing!
Anyways, the infection got bad very quickly. Burning and painful urination and even blood in urine started. Very painful and burning.
That day, I made a batch of CDS and followed protocol 1000/2000. I did 24 drops per 500 ml of water (cds)
I started day one every hour for 12 hrs. I used a timer. My UTI was progressing when I started, it moved up to my bladder. On that same day, the bladder hurt but not exteme. I took advil to reduce the pain. By late afternoon, the infection made its way to the kidneys. This was fast, but the UTI and bladder were slowly reducing in pain. By the night time of the first day, kidneys started hurting. Both of them. I continued my dosage and went to bed.
The next morning, my right kidney stop having pains. My frequency of urinating reduced dramatically. By mid afternoon, I was urinating normally and my bladder pain was gone. My left kidney stopped hurting and my right one reduced in pain dramatically. I continued on the 1000/2000 CDS intake every hour for the whole day.
Day three, I wake up with no more kidney pains, no bladder pains, no UTI burning, but now felt UTI and bowel area itchyness. Very itchy!! But continued my CDS intake every hour of that day until night time.
At the end of day three, in the evening, the UIT and bowel area itching completely stopped. All has returned to normal and I'm truy grateful that CDS came into my life. As a preventative measure, I will continue to take CDS every hour on the fourth day to make sure that all is completely cleared.
This stuff is greater then most people know. I've had the opportunity to use it on other ilnessess that other people had, and it cleared up a lot of infections, bacteria and pathagens. I thank you ever so much, Jim Humble, for sharing the knowledge of MMS to the whole world to know and use. Keep spreading the word and don't let big corps and governments stop you. Were on our way to a healthier world. Now if we could just fix all the other things were doing to this planet.
Ray from Ontario, Canada
• Kidney Stones
Three years ago I awoke at 2h00 in the morning and went to the toilet to find I couldnt urinate. I climbed into a warm bath thinking that if I relaxed the problem would go away. I urinated in the bath and it was so painful and I was bleeding alot. I got such a fright that I stopped urinating. After a few minutes I couldnt hold back and so I urinated into a glass to find small see-through circular things in the glass. This looked like kidney stones. I dont have medication in my home, only MMS. So I took 15 drops immediately and went to bed. I got a fever and terrible pain. The next morning I drank another 15 drops, lunch time again and that evening. By now the bleeding had stopped, as well as the pain, the stones and the fever. I was so relieved. To make sure I took another dose the following morning. Then I was fine. I took the stones in a bottle to a nusing sister that I knew and she said they were definitely kidney stones and didnt believe that I had cured myself in 24 hours. Medically they say that is not possible. Well, its been 3 years now and no re-occurrence to date.
Posted : 29-06-2012
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Archbishop Mark S. Grenon