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How Anatabloc Has Helped Others
I hope you’re as delighted as I am to find others who found safe, affordable relief with Anatabloc. One issue (of the many) the FDA found fault in on Anatabloc’s website was the appearance of customer/user “Testimonials.”
Testimonials are a very powerful tool in the art of persuasion. While in some ways it defies reason that the FDA would object to their use (potential consumers like to hear what others who have taken the supplement have experienced) in the sales of supplements – it does make sense to me. Allowing testimonials opens the door to possible fraud and public manipulation far too wide. While Rock Creek Pharmaceuticals is run by highly educated, serious scientists of the highest integrity – sadly, no one can say that’s the norm.
Below is Rosie’s Story told in Video:
Here at Bring Back Anatabloc.org we aren’t selling anything. Well, we are offering hope – but it’s free of charge to everyone.
Here YOUR STORY is valued as an important part in our efforts to demand the FDA recognize anatabine as a safe Dietary Ingredient. Anatabine has been part of the human food supply for thousands of years. It’s our great fortune, that today our society’s gained the ability to isolate and extract it from plants.
The human side of the Anatabloc story is critical ballast to an issue that is laden with arcane rules, legal terms, bureaucratic procedure, and demands for quantitative substantiation of all statements. It’s imperative that the people involved in making the decision on the sale of Anatabloc listen to us as we SHARE OUR STORIES.
Our modern society now places a great emphasis on quantitative data. Medical science is very much a part of this trend. We sadly live in an era of “conspicuous skepticism,” with a strong dose of liabilityo-phobia. Recently the New York Times put this issue on the front page of its Sunday Review section, click here to view article.
The writer states, “we have entered an era to which a narrow, demanding version of evidence-based medicine prevails.” And that evidence is all too often solely ‘numbers’.”
The FDA states for its part, the public long and well remembers the products it slips up on – but receives little praise for their successful work carrying out their enormous mandate to ensure the health and safety of Americans on so many levels. This new era brings a whole new meaning to the adage, “Safety in Numbers.”
Ask any psychologist and they’ll tell you, a state of anxiety reduces the human capacity to listen and process what is being communicated. The scientist who will make the most beneficial impact on humanity will be the one who is equally proficient in observing, calculating and listening. Our physical existence and the infinite mysteries of how it works cannot be reduced solely to numbers. In today’s world, courage will be essential to anyone who aspires to achieve the goal of creating a beneficial impact on humanity.
Let’s give the FDA Regulators and our Congressional Representatives reason to have courage. PLEASE USE THE FORM TO THE RIGHT TO SHARE YOUR STORY:
I had stopped all of my hobbies because of hand arthritis. I actually started taking anatabloc for knee and ankle pain. With anatabloc, knee and ankle pain disappeared and then, to my surprise, my hands started working again, and my noisy neck became silent! I just finished buying expired anatabloc on ebay at almost a $1 a pill b/c even taking feverfew, boswellia, an expensive joint medicine, changing to a more anti-inflammatory diet, (you know spending hours studying and long and short chain fatty acids) I have not been able to cobble together the results I have with 8-10 anatabloc a day. I would say that by far, the largest stressor in my life is the dwindiing supply of anatabloc I have. It looks like RCPI may go bankrupt, and I wonder if we could crowdfund an effort to gain the patent and bring it back to market. We can add mint and call it a breath freshener. Whatever it takes to bring it back.
Chronic respiratory distress
Since I was young, I have had mild respiratory inflammatory issues. When I first heard about Anatabloc, it was as an investment opportunity. Through the text of the story, I realized as a veterinarian, I was looking at a possible resolution to what had become a chronic challenge to my respiratory comfort, physical stamina and general exercise efficiency. I actually had ‘musical rales’, which means when I would exhale it sounded like i had a little flute in my lungs! At the end of the day I had to use the railing on the steps to pull myself up to my apartment!
I bought some Anatabloc, and at the time the suggested dose was 3 tablets twice a day. I realized significant improvement within 24 to 36 hours. I could take a deep breath and not cough. I had no squeak or wheeze!
About ten days after starting Anatabloc, a friend invited me to a hockey game. It was well before the game when we got there and my friend took me down to go up to the during warm-ups to see the view from seats right behind the goalie that he would get from time to time. I needed to use the restroom, so I decided to trot up over fifty steps, on my toes, and did not touch a railing. I crossed the concourse, went into the restroom and was amazed that I was not breathing hard at all.
After the game I went to the lowest exit from the arena and walked up a slope of about 1/2 mile that had varying grades from 2 degrees to 50 degrees and I walked briskly the whole way. It was a cold night in February and I felt great when I got into the car.
Before Anatabloc, I would stop at least twice to three times climbing and walking about 1/3 as long or challenging a route to the car as I had just accomplished.
The amount of relief, and how fast my body responded to the Anatabloc was nothing short of amazing. Curiously, I still am in the same environment that I have spent most of my life in, cow and horse barns with all of the dust, molds and ammonia one might expect in a closed up barn, but I only occasionally take some of the Anatabloc I still have. But not because of my airways, Anatabloc fixed the airway issue, and I have very good stamina doing very physical work now.
Respectfully, Brad Neubert DVM