Percys Pack 1
Percys Powder - 60 X 1.4g sachets plus Percy Weston' Book Cancer: Cause and Cure
Percy's Powder is the original and legendary formulation, the only one approved by Percy Weston based on his 60 years of research.
Percy's Powder Ingredients
Each sachet contains:
Magnesium (as sulphate) 78.1mg
Potassium (as sulphate) 131mg
Iron (as sulphate) 9.1mg
Zinc (as sulphate) 10.2mg
Manganese (as sulphate) 9.1mg
(Adults and children over 12 years). Take one sachet of percy's powder daily in a glass of water. Stir well. Best taken with the juice of half a lemon, with grapefruit, or in grape or apple juice. May also be taken in tea.
Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional.
Cancer: Cause & Cure. A 20th Century Perspective
by Percy Weston.
With an expert
knowledge of chemistry, Percy believes there is a causative factor for
cancer via the food chain, an issue which science has overlooked.
He proved it first to
his own satisfaction in animals in the 1940s, and then in humans, by
treating medically diagnosed cases of cancer and other diseases which he
realised had the same common origin.
These were miracles as far as the doctors were concerned.
How did he do it ?
How can you do it?
Percy Weston's story is told in this great book.
Published by Bookbin
Publishing, it is a fascinating, enthralling story of one mans journey
of discovery, which exposes modern agriculture as one of the prime
causes of cancer.
Percy's Powder Background
Until his recent death at more than 100 years old, Percy Weston had been a farmer for much of the past century in the beautiful Ovens Valley of south-eastern Australia where his grand-parents settled during the goldrush. The family homestead, Riltrin, which he built himself, has views of Mount Buffalo and the Victorian alps. This haven of horticulture, with extensive nut grove, green orchards, vegetable garden and paddocks of grazing sheep, has its own spring-water supply. At one time he grew tobacco in the valley.
A scholarship Percy Weston won as a boy gave him a grounding in the sciences . . . which would have led to a medical career had his father not suffered hardship at the hands of daring cattle thieves. On the farm our author found himself having to study nature closely and follow the practices of his pioneering parents in order to keep his crops, livestock and family healthy.