Chemotherapy: Summer, winter…

Chemotherapy activates in hot weather…If you are a Canadian, or someone who lives in a climate that is cold at least 6 months of the year & you have taken chemo during the winter months, & your tests show the cancer is still there, then wait…Don’t accept any more new treatments until the hot weather has arrived May to October…The hot weather will activate the chemo that is sitting in your system…If you take additional chemo treatments there is a high risk that you will overdose & your brain will turn into mush…Many people are now dying of excessive chemo…

If you are afraid of doctors, or would like to take much lower herbal doses of chemo yourself without undergoing the hospital process, you can…Madagascar periwinkle is sold as an herb over the counter at health food herbalists like Herbies herbs on Queen street in Toronto(yes you can order online safely too)…A large bag can be delivered to your home for the cost of the herb ($25 dollars around) plus an 8 dollar delivery charge in the city (last time I looked)…Madagascar periwinkle contains the same chemistry as chemotherapy…You can throw a teaspoon into your tea or make a tea of it alone…You can chew & swallow the herbs if they go into your mouth…Two weeks of this one teaspoon daily will get you started…Then take a 2 week rest break…Keep doing this off & on till you start feeling like your hormones are in better balance…Cancer is an excess of progesterone in the body, which this herb removes…Progesterone is found in all forms of chemical female birth controls…Progesterone can also be transmitted to men, either by proximity, by the birth mother, or in your local water supply, as well as proximity to those on high doses of progesterone birth control like strippers, prostitutes & other sex care workers like adult film workers…Madagascar periwinkle can be taken by both men & women…The chemistry of this herb is well documented online…See wikipedia entries…& more…

Note: You should also know that progesterone excess can cause not only cancer, which I have discussed already, but also gender dysphoria(girls act like boys, boys act like girls), as well as adrenal gland failure which is more commonly known as Aids…

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Artist Statement: I like to push...Push the fold...Innovate...Figure out how to do something then figure out how to do it even better...I get bored once I accomplish something...I can’t seem to make multiples...Once it is done, it is done ; I am not going to make another one...This can hurt profitability...But I feel the paradigm of repetitive production is obsolete...I see a future where pure intellectual innovation will be rewarded without the need to commercialize it somehow...I wonder about the Star Trek idea of a new culture where money is not the driving force...I live that future already... Bio: Sari is an optimist by nature, someone who always sees the sunny side of things, even if there is no sunny side really...She grew up with two wonderful parents & a great brother...Later she married the very best guy in the world, another artist named Joseph Grove...She likes art because it is for her a happy place to be...A place where joy can reside...So she decided to make art herself because that was the nicest thing she thought she could do for people’s lives...I’d tell you more about angst or strife or misery or struggling, but really, that was not the case...But perhaps, because I am Sari ; I am writing this, my perception is warped by my extreme positivity...But, to tell you the truth, life has been good... p.s.You can read more about my credentials on my main website at http://www.grovecanada.ca ...But I have left a few things out, credential-wise... My feeling is:"By their fruits, ye shall know them" which is from the New Testament, Book of Mathew(7, 16-20)... So read my books ; see if the fruit tastes good to you...I feel those are better credentials than telling you something on a resume... p.p.s. I am a Christian...Whatever that word means to you...
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