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Ep. 195: The Most Persecuted Physician In the U.K. Speaks Up During CVD19! with Dr. Sarah Myhill


Robyn Openshaw, MSW - Aug 19, 2020 - This Post May Contain Affiliate Links


Dr. Myhill says she’s the most investigated, persecuted medical doctor in the U.K.! When she started standing up for “root cause” medicine, her colleagues and licensing board turned on her–and 31 investigations began, NONE of them initiated by patients! And she’s standing up for GOOD medicine, during the CVD19 “pandemic” …. She has some interesting things to say, some great hacks, about how to stay well, that I hadn’t heard of!

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11 thoughts on “Ep. 195: The Most Persecuted Physician In the U.K. Speaks Up During CVD19! with Dr. Sarah Myhill”

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  1. Sheri says:

    I would love the link to Robyn’s favorite vitamin C.

    Thanks,
    Sheri

      1. Robin L says:

        I sent the question below, but can you put these Synergy capsules in water to drink throughout the day? How many would you have to take to get 5,000mg?

      2. Bettie says:

        According to my calculations, if you were to try and get 5g of Vit. C from this, 1 bottle would last about 2 days. What am I missing?

  2. Robin L says:

    What type of vitamin C does Dr. Myhill use (I know she say ascorbic acid) that you can put in water and drink throughout the day? What is a good brand?

    1. Hi Robin. Robyn recommends whole-foods vitamin C, not synthetic kinds. Here’s the one she recommends — you can mix it in water and take it throughout the day:

      https://shop.greensmoothiegirl.com/products/vitamin-c

      1. Robin L says:

        Thanks Lindsay. I take it we would not necessarily need 5grams of a plant-based vitamin C. So, I will do the recommended dose in water.

        I did some searching in the meantime and found another type. I don’t know if Robyn is familiar with this, but can she check out Healthy Drops Liposomal Vitamin C Plant Based and see if she likes that one too?

        Thanks

  3. Kathy says:

    Are there cautions for those with thyroid disease when following Dr. Myhill’s recommendations for taking iodine?

    1. Mary Vrooman says:

      I had an allergic reaction to a medical test that used ‘ivp dye’ –is this the same as ‘iodine?’

      I am also allergic to shell fish which I was told was due to ‘iodine content.’

      Sure would like to use the coconut oil/iodine combination yet am unsure if I could/should? I realize you are not a doctor, yet was wondering if you have covered this question with any physicians?? Thank you, thank you

  4. Pam says:

    I had a hard time trying to understand what the type of iodine she uses. Also how often they used the salt pipe.

    1. Robin L says:

      I think the iodine was Lugol’s. Not sure how often they use the salt pipe, but am curious about that myself.

      I tried searching for one of the pipes on Amazon, and so many things came up that looked so different. I bought a set that looks like little nasal inhalers that are refillable. Hope that’s it.

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