Dec 30
RichardAjax , Posted on SUPPORT NETWORK Blog

Natural healing

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In 2000, I had two strokes within days of each other. The neurologist said that I had been having "mini-strokes" or "Trans Ischemic Attacks (TIA's)" for years. All the physicians agreed that a congenital heart problem called Atrial Septal Defect was causing the strokes. After the first major stroke, however, I was not well enough to undergo the corrective heart surgery. First, I would have to build strength and endurance through physical therapy, The right-sided strokes had rendered the left side of my body numb to the touch, heavy, and extremely uncoordinated. Peripheral vision was permanently damaged. It was difficult to stay awake, least of all alert. The brain stem swelling caused imbalance, dizziness, and at times a slowing of respiration. Stroke affected vital pathways in my brain, causing constant electric-like pain on the left side of my body.
After the second stroke, machines aided life support and the doctors decided i give a traditional herbal medicine a try, since all they have done to revive me was to no avail. i had no one in mind so i have to search the internet for a traditional herbal doctor, i saw so many people talking about the healing powers of dr. kpomosa a very famous traditional doctor who base in Los angeles, and has helped so many people all over the world, i was reluctant to give his herbal fomular for stroke a try, lo and behold after 3 weeks of medication it was like he had my brain refreshed, i brain began to have control over my body system,3 months after completing dr kpomosa herbal fomular, I regained the ability to walk, speak clearly and drive very well. So if you're out on there looking for a way out to regain your  total health back after or during your stroke dr kpomosa is the one have no doubt his a life saver to our generaton,. to reach dr kpomosa himself on never lose hope ,to every problem theres a solution. best of luck.


  • Takeum
    I'd like to try some of these herbs for my wife who suffered multiple stroke n 2017... We are n e road to recovery, but a very slow train ride at this point .... Anything that might help we'd be more then willing to try,,,,she is sick of being down without any hope from traditional medicine,we are open to new things
  • Pandalts1

    It sounds too good to be true. How are you now? And how did you get his information. He has no website.

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