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Dementia, parkinsons and alzimers

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Abaziz0786

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Greetings and tidings my friends

I have the cure for dementia, alzimers and parkinsons. Several years ago I was diagnosed with brain tumours, after several surgical operations I am recovering well however as a direct result of the surgery I was left with little short term memory. The way it effected my day to day life was unbearable. I could not continue with the memory loss. I researched for a period of time to discover the medicinal properties of coconut oil. I used the oil myself (purchased from Holland and Barrett or ebay) and have managed to recover 70% of my memory. This is not just a theory I have used this very technique myself. From further research I have discovered it significantly improves the condition of anyone suffering from dementia, parkinsons and alzimers. All you need to do is take 3 teaspoons twice a day and watch the miracle occur.

Kind regards
Mr A Aziz
 

Jaded'n'faded

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Jan 23, 2019
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Hello Mr Aziz,

I'm delighted to hear that you have made progress in your recovery... but you haven't found a cure for dementia because, sadly, there isn't one.

I would also seriously consider the safety of ingesting such a large amount of coconut oil (or any oil, even snake oil) every day - can't be good for you.
 

canary

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Feb 25, 2014
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I first remember hearing about coconut as a treatment/cure for dementia about 10 years ago. I put "coconut oil" in the search bar and the earliest posts about this were back in 2013, although there were references to even earlier posts that cant be accessed now.

It seemed terribly sad reading all these posts from old members who I remember from when I first joined, but do not come onto the forum now because their PWD has died from dementia, all being enthusiastic and saying they were trying it............
 

Shedrech

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