Learn About the World’s Best Miracle Cures




Dr. Leon Kolodziej, DC, MH, Ph.D.

Dr. Leon Kolodziej, DC, MH, Ph.D., will present a seminar and slide show on miracle cures from around the world from 1 to 5 p.m., August 12, at Unity Church, sponsored by the Edgar Cayce A.R.E.

        Topics include the kerosene cure for almost any condition; an enzyme that unclogs arteries without surgery; desert plant oils that keep face and skin youthful and wrinkle-free; a non-invasive cancer test that’s 98 percent accurate; a strange vitamin that blocks destruction caused by diabetes; Dr. Willard’s mysterious water; a cloth that relieves arthritis and fibromyalgia; natural cancer treatments used throughout the world; stone oil, the ultimate cure; the most useful Edgar Cayce beliefs; and much more.

Cost is $40 for members, $50 for non-members. Location: 259 E. Central Rd., Des Plaines. For more information, call 1-847-297-0997 or 1-847-299-6535 or visit NaturesHealingRemedies.com.

 

 

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