The radio program can be downloaded as an mp3 file from this link: (PodCasts/april_25_09.mp3)http://www.naturalhealthpodcasts.com/Po ... _25_09.mp3
This link is from this webpage of Dr. Wong’s (his 2009 archive - Scroll down to where it’s incorrectly dated as 2009-04-27 which may be when it was posted online):http://www.naturalhealthpodcasts.com/Ar ... casts.html
The webpage lists two topics:
1) Parasites & Fungus of the lungs, mouth and sinuses
2) Scar Tissue Issues: Scleroderma, Peyronies, Post Abdominal Surgery
Here are my notes from that show. From 0min41sec to 13min59sec: Yeast and parasites can be treated with (1) Cream of tartar (taken internally), along with (2) sulfur (applied externally, for the rectal itching caused by the parasite young trying to escape the cream of tartar. They have sharp teeth. Our intestines don't feel pain when they latch on with their teeth.). Dr. Wong sells a pharmaceutical grade cream of tartar which is much stronger than the food grade. Take 2 tablespoons daily. It will take many months to complete the treatment (up to 6 or more?) depending on how badly infested one is.
This is a remedy from the old-timey doctors; from a time before the AMA hijacked all but one of the osteopathic schools (and all the rest they did to help line their pockets at the expense of the public’s health). Wong’s cream of tartar product is called Candessence. It includes three other ingredients: Lactobacillus Sporogenes, Chicory Inulin, and Molybdenum Citrate. (edit: Perhaps other cream of tartar products will suffice but you would have to increase the dosage by two times or more perhaps.)
Dr. Wong says that cream of tartar is completely safe and non-toxic; it is the organic form of this molecule. The misinformation you might hear relates to the synthetic form (Tartaric acid) which is dangerous to consume. [Wikipedia says "a muscle toxin, which works by inhibiting the production of malic acid, and in high doses causes paralysis and death"]
Dr Wong’s website http://docsprefer.com/candessence.aspx wrote:
Potassium bitartrate (cream of tartar), also known as potassium hydrogen tartrate, is a byproduct of winemaking. In cooking it is known as cream of tartar. It is obtained when tartaric acid is half neutralized with potassium hydroxide, transforming it into a salt. Grapes are the only significant natural source of tartaric acid, and cream of tartar is obtained from sediment produced in the process of aging wine. It is found on the insides of the wine barrels and sometimes at the bottom of bottles of wine. It crystallizes out as a hard crust in the barrels.
(Same radio program, 14min0sec to ~19min re: Black mould growing in your sinuses.
19min re: Scleroderma and fibrosis.)