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low wbc count

I am 83 years old.

My several recent blood tests have revealed erratic CBC.

Recently bone marrow biopsy has revealed that WBC count is specially very low because bone marrow is not able to produce healthy white blood cells.

Please advise how to make bone marrow healthy so as to be able to increase WBCs.

Thanks and regards
  sskps on 2020-08-17
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Respected brigbahl:

While reading thru a old Herbal Medicine book I came across your answer and forgot to write it down.

For 3 hours, I had to scan 1,200 pages of 4 books to find it again, as books are not indexed by symptoms!

It is Marjoram, an herb. It accelerates healing by increasing white blood cell count.

1) Eat leaves of Marjoram, as crushed leaves or Chattney.

2) Put Marjoram leaves in tea and drink after 10 minutes.

3) Your diagnosis seems to be going towards Leukemia? Either way, you will benefit using a herb: Milk Thistle seeds.

I believe in nature, so eat 1/2 teaspoonful of whole Milk Thistle also called Mary's Milk Thistle, in milk, water, tea or sprinkled raw on food, daily for 3 weeks. Please shy away from powders, capsules, tinctures, just use GodMade seeds to clean your liver. It will start cleansing out all problems in your system.


Paul C.
Book: Herbalism by Frances Buning and Paul Hambly [Headway Pub. U.K.] See page 151.
paul_chahal last year
Start and continue:
1. Bio: Calcarea Phos 6X
4tablets 3times a day after meal.
2. Bio: Ferrum Phos 6X
4tablets 3times a day after meal.

Make a blood test after 10 days and upload.
freehomeoforall last year

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