my doctor is a very good family friend came by the house and asked me to watch a video on this 8 or 9 day old egg, or whatever it was. After watching theStemfit Active Video peaked my curiosity was stimulated a bit but I was still very cautious as to giving a thumbs up approval. Dr. Kim gave me two
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capsules that I took and then we started to talk for about 5-10 min. when I felt a tingle feeling in my face around the sinus area where I was developing another congestion issue. I shared this with Dr. Kim and he explained to me that he had taken a few earlier and he felt that same thing. I felt a few positions of relief around the pressure areas of my sinuses and felt really good. Dr. Kim gave me a packet of capsules only if I promised to take them and not set them to the side, "He knows me oh too well". The next morning I took the pills as directed by Dr. Kim and had a good feeling not a caffeine high but a, 'want to do something good for myself high'. I had good self esteem that wasn't a here one moment gone the next thing. The best word for it is: 'Euphoria, a state of very intense happiness and feelings of well-being'.
We looked for a balanced amino acid/peptide blend in nature, which could meet our needs with minimal additions. That is when we discovered that in 1929 a Canadian doctor, Dr. John Ralston Davison, theorized that an injected extract from fertilized hen eggs could be helpful for a number of his cancer patients.
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In fact, he spent well over a decade developing and researching his theory. However, when Dr. Davidson passed away in 1943, his research on fertilized hen eggs quickly and quietly came to a halt and was lost. It wasn't until almost 50 years later that the pursuit of fertilized hen egg extract was revived by Norway's foremost expert on egg research, Dr. Bjodne Eskeland.