Cleansing Your Blood | Baseline of Health Foundation (2023)

  1. AMon August 22, 2011 at 10:44 pm

    I'm looking for something to
    I’m looking for something to help with high colesterol

    • BaselineFoundationon August 22, 2011 at 11:28 pm

      Wow, this is a big topic! I
      Wow, this is a big topic! I would got to our heart health section and review all the articles on this website about the topic. Click here:

    • raheelaon September 10, 2014 at 7:33 pm

      I NEED TO Know HOW I CAN

  2. Guest Muhammedon October 14, 2011 at 10:07 pm

    need some help on blood
    need some help on blood cleansers for myoscitis .

    • BaselineFoundationon September 16, 2014 at 12:24 am

      Looks like you came to the

      Looks like you came to the right place. Did you read this article?

    • Walter Goetzon August 17, 2015 at 7:20 pm

      I’m now over 78 years old. It
      I’m now over 78 years old. It seems to me that our life-stile has a lot to do with the condition of our body as we get older. During my very young years I had continuously chances to exercise, which included running, swimming, and walking. For a long time our family didn’t have a car and I was quite active in sports clubs. After I was over 50 years old, I started to notice that the blood circulation in the lower parts of my legs was restricted. I had an office job and much of my day included standing up without much movement. Naturally, some of the impurities in the blood started to settle out in the lower parts of the legs. When I read in Jon Barron’s reports how his pHi-Zymes (a proteolytic enzyme) functioned to clean out the blood, I knew right away: this will be the best way to clean out my blood vessels for the entire body. For several years I’m using now 2 pHi-Zymes every day between meals, plus one just before bedtime, and I developed into a very happy customer. Thank you very much, Jon Barron, all your Baseline Nutritionals products work so well for me – I couldn’t do without them.

    • pebetseon January 21, 2016 at 9:12 am

      I want to know how i can
      I want to know how i can clean my blood

  3. lino c salazar jrGueston March 26, 2012 at 9:38 am

    very nice and educational
    very nice and educational

  4. Gueston April 19, 2012 at 2:22 am

    My husbund has hep c and
    My husbund has hep c and liver cirrhios what is a good detox for his body and blood stream

    • BaselineFoundationon August 18, 2015 at 8:52 pm

      This is great feedback, thank
      This is great feedback, thank you Walter!

  5. Gueston May 11, 2012 at 8:35 pm

    People have to stop behaving
    People have to stop behaving like sheep, I have just ordered Chaparral based on this info, I gave my own mind and take responsibility for my own health. I was diagnosed with breast cancer last year, a month before this I watched a program called ‘forbidden cures for cancer’ and i transcribed it for my blog as the cures were fascinated and of course banned by the medical profession and the cancer research groups!! then a month later BAM a check up of some lumps that I had turned out to be just hormonal but they found another lump elsewhere and it was cancerous. I had surgery and I refused radiotherapy and hormone treatment because the effects of both and they tried to talk me into removing all lymph nodes which I refused the surgeon permission. All of this to the Surgeons and the consultants utter amazement. I took all natural products after surgery including essiac tea. After 3 months they were amazed that I was doing fine and they told me to come back in 6 months for a check up, had a blood test everything was fine, had a little scare on the mammogram in that they thought I had a lump on my other breast but was a false alarm, and told me to come back in a year. I still take essiac. But I have psoriasis and there are good people who have linked psoriasis with cancer – a fungus type disease. I aslo found that candida was found in all patients who had passed from cancer this was a study which was carried out and still ignored by the medical profession.
    No one ever asked me about my life style or diet in any consultation that I attended and I think this would reveal some amazing results. I try to stay away from fungus foods and commercial bread as it is high in yeast and I stay away from things that have yeast in it. Knowledge is most definitely power and we as a human race should stop being brainwashed into believing mainstream hype and do our own research. lets prove Einstein wrong and use all of our brain.
    Light and Love

  6. Gueston May 29, 2012 at 9:49 am

    Good article, now I'm
    Good article, now I’m confused. How does ‘redbush tea’ rate as a detoxer and blood cleanser?

  7. S. Williamson July 8, 2012 at 9:50 pm

    Mr. Barron, I am an
    Mr. Barron, I am an allopathic med student in the States. I'd like to take this article more seriously, however (regarding the section on chaparral, which is the only one I read)…. 1) Where is this article by Dr. Clark Watt et al? Can't find it anywhere. Why do you not cite it directly? 2) You cite ONE JAMA article, that is inaccessible to the public in its entirety, so I cannot verify that the 60yo patient in question was also taking the other potentially hepatotoxic medications (until I go to school and look it up). Why don't you quote the relevant parts in your article? 3) Where are the publications from the 70's and 80's studies that found no association between chaparral use and hepatotoxicity? I did find these articles from the 2000's; I can't access them in their entirety either, but the abstracts alone make a pretty strong case: Of course they cite the articles from the 90's; all publications cite relevant past articles as references. The second article seems quite specific about how it was chaparral in particular that seemed to cause the problem (in that it apparently resolved after ceasing to ingest specifically chaparral…). I'm not a big fan of the FDA or Big Pharma, but I'm also not a fan of shoddy science and manipulating facts to sell products to people with no scientific background (who are thus less able to objectively analyze various claims). The ability to adeptly interpret scientific data is a learned skill that requires a sufficient base of knowledge. It sucks, but that's the way it is. Too much of anything is bad; even oxygen. At the right dose, it can be beneficial. Thus I don't totally write off your claims; but it seems to me you may be doing a bit of twisting facts to suit your own agenda. I hope you will prove me incorrect. I challenge you to step up your game, sir.

  8. Marcuson August 2, 2012 at 9:16 am

    And the student who thinks he
    And the student who thinks he knows everything has been served. I can only blame the university system that instills selfish pride in students by abusing them mentally and overwhelming them with an impossible amount of work. Thanks for the info doc.

  9. nechelle woodson February 4, 2013 at 7:04 pm

    how do I get these stuff
    how do I get these stuff

  10. esther ryanon April 6, 2013 at 3:43 pm

    I have kidney disease and I
    I have kidney disease and I am on dialysis. I am on the home treatment. what I am looking for is a cleanser that will work along with the treatment that I am already taking. I am going to try the Burdock root. I hope that it works

  11. reginaon May 8, 2013 at 3:03 pm

    Is there anything that I can
    Is there anything that I can take along with this blood cleanse that will help with the increase in acne that I usually get when I’m on some kind of detox. I already have hormonal acne to begin with which subsides throughout my cycle. Which product would you recommend?

  12. Dana Ritchieon May 15, 2013 at 9:37 pm

    Hi, Thank you for your
    Hi, Thank you for your article. I treat people with Lyme disease & Morgellons. I am also looking for a herbal remedy to heal the skin from outside together with blood cleansing. If you had any suggestions would be much appreciated. Thank you, Dana Ritchie

    • BaselineFoundationon July 18, 2012 at 12:05 am

      We forwarded your question to
      We forwarded your question to Jon Barron, and were able to catch him while participating in a series of meetings on the other side of the country. He responded as follows:

      Dear S. Williams:

      I understand the intent of your question, but the specifics are confusing. You claim that the cited studies are inaccessible to the public, but as a medical student, you would have free access to all such studies in your school library. But that said, any of these studies are available to anyone from the public willing to pay on average about $30 per article – which is what I do to read them. And of course, as you would be well aware, I cannot then publish articles in their entirety to support my quotations from them, as that would be a violation of copyright. Like everyone else, I am obligated to restrict my references to citations, pointing in most cases to abstracts. And if nothing else, you are holding my article to a far higher standard than any article published in any medical journal, as they all rely on citations that point to abstracts…if they point to anything at all.

      Incidentally, the Gordon study that you want to see and that refers to the hepatoxic drugs used by the patient is actually available in its entirety from JAMA (I have provided a link below.) It’s easily found on the JAMA website.

      As to the JAMA article you cite below as pretty convincing, you stopped reading too soon. The link you provided opens the entire article, not just an abstract. If you check the citations at the bottom used to support the claims against chaparral, you will find they are all the old studies I mentioned in my original article, including the Gordon article—ah yes, always the Gordon study. Nothing new here. Just a repetition of the same previously discredited studies.

      Incidentally, instead of citing the studies from the 70’s and 80’s, I referenced below a more recent study, one subsequent to cited studies in the JAMA article you referenced and that points out their flaws.

      With that said, let me elaborate on the history behind chaparral.

      Dietary supplements containing Larrea tridentata, as a raw herbal ingredient, were the subject of scrutiny for a brief period in the mid-1990s. The cause of this concern was thoroughly investigated,and no official regulatory action was initiated. This scrutiny was initiated by the published anecdotal case mentioned above (Gordon 1995), whereby severe liver toxicity in an elderly patient was supposedly related to the consumption of raw chaparral herb. Although this case was published, it has been widely scrutinized as an attack against the herbal industry since major facts of the case, especially the fact that the patient had been taking many prescription drugs, including several prescription drugs that were well known to cause severe liver damage, were buried without note within the report, and the findings as a whole did not support the cause and effect conclusion that chaparral was responsible. When the report was subsequently published by Gordon, the hepatoxic drugs diltiazem hydrochloride, atenolol, and acetaminophen were in fact listed in the first paragraph – although they were subsequently dismissed as a possible cause of the liver damage because they didn’t fit the “clinical and histological features” to support such a diagnosis. But neither did chaparral, and yet it was afforded the singular honor of being blamed in the report.

      During this period of investigation by the FDA, the major herbal products associations, the National Nutritional Foods Association and the American Herbal Products Association asked their members to institute a voluntary moratorium on the sale of chaparral-containing products. The American Herbal Products Association also cooperated with the FDA in their investigation and commissioned a panel to perform a medical review of the four initial cases of hepatotoxicity reported by FDA, allegedly associated with chaparral ingestion – including the case mentioned above.This investigative panel was headed by Dr. Clark Watts M.D., J.D., of the law firm, Ford and Ferraro (Austin, TX), and included, Stephen Schenker, M.D., Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology and Chief, Department of Gastroenterology and Nutrition, The University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio; Atilla Ertan, M.D., Professor of Medicine and Associate Chief, Gastroenterology Division, Department of Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston; and Boris Yoffe, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine and Molecular Virology, Hepatitis Research Laboratory, Baylor College of Medicine.

      After reviewing the case reports, three physicians concluded that the reported toxicity was due to idiosyncratic reactions in persons with pre-existing liver conditions. To quote from the report published in September of 1994, "In summary, this review did not reveal evidence that Chaparral is inherently hepatotoxic.”Shortly afterwards, AHPA, which had voluntarily withdrawn chaparral from the U.S. market pending the results of the medical review, released chaparral for sale, with the provision that chaparral products intended for internal use carry an informational label statement.

      Note: There is still a prevalent misconception that the FDA banned chaparral. In fact, the FDA has never banned any products containing this herb.Let me repeat: the FDA has never banned any products containing this herb.


      The citation for the Watts Report is: <Watts, C. “Final Report to the American Herbal Products Association.” Special Counsel, Ford and Ferraro, LLP, Austin, TX. 6 Sept 1994.>. Unfortunately, there do not appear to be any internet accessible copies available at this time.

      The Gordon study can be found in its entirety inthe Journal of the American Medical Association. <Dafna W. Gordon, MD; Gayle Rosenthal, MD; John Hart, MD; et al. "Chaparral Ingestion The Broadening Spectrum of Liver Injury Caused by Herbal Medications."JAMA. 1995;273:489-490.;

      And In 2001, a retrospective clinical study published in The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicinefound no evidence of liver toxicity from the use of low dose chaparral. It is available in its entirety at: <SILENA HERON, N.D., and ERIC YARNELL, N.D. "The Safety of Low-Dose Larrea tridentata (DC) Coville (Creosote Bush or Chaparral): A Retrospective Clinical Study.THE JOURNAL OF ALTERNATIVE AND COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE. Volume 7, Number 2, 2001, pp. 175–185;

      • Gueston May 25, 2012 at 11:00 pm

        Did you read the article
        Did you read the article lady?!? Geeezz!!

      • Gueston June 18, 2012 at 3:43 pm

        He does not need detox.
        He does not need detox. Simply keep him out of the pub.

    • Paul Gerston June 8, 2014 at 10:44 pm

      Although it is wise to be
      Although it is wise to be skeptical, to a point, it is even wiser to recognize when your beliefs fall in-line with a programmed way of thinking. I was raised in a western medical family and was heading down that path myself, until I figured out what I truly wanted to do in regards to healing and chose a path that would really allow me the freedom to do just that.

      I still believe in “right tool for the right job,” but after reading your attack on Jon, not to say he’s infallible and unbiased, I found your inability to recognize that the biggest pile of junk science comes from your very own allopathic medicine! Wake up and stop drinking the kool-aid, you will be a far bigger service to your Patients if you stop believing you have all the answers.

      • BaselineFoundationon May 8, 2013 at 6:17 pm

        Have you seen Jon’s article

        Have you seen Jon’s article on acne?

      • Teespringon June 30, 2017 at 6:24 pm

        Fantastic goods from you, man
        Fantastic goods from you, man. I actually like what you’re saying and the way in which you say it. You make it entertaining and you still take care of to keep it smart. I cant wait to read much more from you. This is really a great site.

  13. Denaon September 26, 2013 at 3:18 am

    I have Hep C and stage 2
    I have Hep C and stage 2 cirrhosis and have been taking a lot of herbal supplements. The past 3 years have been really sick, all the usual symptom’s, bloating in the tummy, along with pain in the tummy, swelling in the feet, legs and hands, horrible brain fog, and depression. To the point that it took everything I had to get up and go to work. Naturally the Doctor told me I shouldn’t be sick. I have been taking all the natural herbs that is recommended for this diagnosis and this year have been feeling much better, to the point that I am actually cooking, sewing and doing things I enjoy again. I have refused their interferon medication that is not that much of a chance of a cure. It will be my last resort. But went to have my blood drawn thinking that all my numbers would be better, to my shock they were worse. My viral load has doubled in 2 years. I want to know if I need a blood cleanse. Just this year I have started taking yellow dock along with burdock, dandelion root, cumin, there are a few more in there. I am now wondering if I should look into a blood cleanse if that would help a great deal?

  14. CeCe Whiteon April 17, 2014 at 7:50 am

    Do you have a website that
    Do you have a website that provide information on Diabetes, I understand the blood cleansers, but I don’t like taking Metformin, and Insulin, I want to find a herb to prevent Kidney and Liver failure, heart disease and I’m having Neuropathy Nerve problems in my toes and heel. All I AM GETTING FROM MY DOCTOR IS INCREASED DOSAGE each time I go to see him. Oh yes I’m in my 50’s.

    Wow I just notice your HEALTH TOPICS AND PROGRAMS

    Thank you


    • BaselineFoundationon February 4, 2013 at 7:42 pm

      If you check out our

      If you check out our “Products” page above, you can see all of Jon Barron’s recommendations and where to buy. Note that most formulas can be found at

      • Vanessa Breweron May 27, 2014 at 10:47 pm

        Thank you for your beautiful
        Thank you for your beautiful post. It was very uplifting.

      • Debraon June 9, 2014 at 9:47 am

        Excellent comment, thanks!
        Excellent comment, thanks! Also glad you are so much better! xxx

  15. Daniel teoon June 8, 2014 at 10:51 pm

    I read with interest n have
    I read with interest n have given some of my farm land f a herbalist to plant some herbs which are similar to those u listed n may like to order some char pariah to try, please respond . D teo

  16. mikeon June 9, 2014 at 12:59 am

    I have a bottle of “Blood
    I have a bottle of “Blood Support” that shows a 2008 expiration date. Is it possible this product is still good to use?

  17. puggirl415on June 10, 2014 at 5:06 pm

    Very interesting article. I
    Very interesting article. I have been taking the proteolytic enzymes recommended in another article for almost 6 weeks and have noticed positive results regarding inflammation and seen long term swelling in my knee go away completely. Also dark circles under the eye are much less apparent for some reason despite not always getting good sleep. Will be getting my fibrin checked soon and hope to see normal values.

    As far as this herbal formula goes: I have been avoiding any estrogenic compounds while going through peri and menopause, (plastics,chemicals and soy for the most part) due to a history of breast cancer in my family. I also have experienced some estrogen dominance, and through and estrogen metabolizing test found that my liver was not doing a good job metabolizing bad estrogens. For this I take DIM and make cruciferous veggies a part of my diet.

    That being said are these herbal estrogens or phytoestrogens a problem for the estrogen dominant? Also I plan to take 2 weeks off the Phi-zymes soon. Should the herbal supplement be taken with the proteolytic enzymes or during a break from them. I don’t like to take too many things at once just in case it’s too much. Thanks for any help with this.

    • BaselineFoundationon October 1, 2013 at 3:26 am

      For obvious legal reasons, we

      For obvious legal reasons, we cannot diagnose or prescribe for specific medical conditions—merely provide information. With that in mind, you might find the following useful.

    • Deeon December 21, 2014 at 8:02 pm

      Do some research on BHT and
      Do some research on BHT and Hep C. Yeah, the BHT that is a food additive and has been used successfully as an antiviral for herpes and hepatitis.

      It’s interesting how smoking gets blamed for lung cancer when other countries such as Greece have a higher population of smokers yet have lower rates of cancer. Could it be the added ingredients to the tobacco? Are USA brands different than European brands? I don’t advocate smoking but one has to wonder about the campaign to get everyone to quit. Is it because the government loves it’s citizens so much?

        • BaselineFoundationon April 17, 2014 at 4:44 pm

          Yes, we have a lot of

          Yes, we have a lot of information on these topics, just even do a search on any topic and have fun with all the detailed articles available. I also highly recommend Jon Barron’s latest version of his book since he has several new chapters on these problems and gives step by step guidelines on what you can do naturally.

    • Rachelle on March 22, 2016 at 10:13 pm

      I too have hepatitis c. …
      I too have hepatitis c. ….what do you think works best? I have been trying so much natural stuff and today I found out that it has gone up a bit. Bummer.

  18. Christinaon August 12, 2014 at 8:04 pm

    I have nickel allergy. I was told to stop eating foods with high nickel content since it will accumulate in my body (spinach, lettuce, beans, oatmeal, chocolate, nuts, etc). Is there anything you would recommend to remove the nickel and how can I stop the allergic reaction to it? Thank you.

  19. Tracyon August 19, 2014 at 2:46 pm

    I used to be able to buy
    I used to be able to buy Hoxsey Red Clover online and at health food stores. I’ve ordered it twice now and been told it’s ‘out of stock’. I can’t find the link to purchase your blood cleanser.

    Any assistance would be welcome.

  20. Avarille Odlumon October 8, 2014 at 12:55 pm

    i am happy to have found your
    i am happy to have found your website. i desparately need help and direction in my healing journey.i’ve done many short cleanses in the past, including a few colonics and enemas but ,lots of times i continue to eat badly. i have sugar cravings and snacks often to appease myself.i suspect candida and possibly parasites. i shudder to think, maybe a tapeworm.i don’t want to see them when they pass out the system. i want something that will shred them and dissolve them first.i am seeing a chiropractor for a misaligned upper neck joint.i have terrible pains in my palms and fingers.they are hot-burning-stinging and numbing. i see my skin aging fast,wrinkling all over.darkening of the face,i have a crusted scalp, facial texture changes-pitting and puffiness in some areas.sometimes there were patches forming in the temple that left scars. i suspect lymphatic issues maybe there’s stagnation of both the lymph and blood flow.certainly these can cause premature aging and lots of skin issues. i want to do the blood cleansing program. do i need to do a colon cleanse first? i am slim and don’t want to lose a lot of weight.never mind my age at 68 i can still look better. i think it has to do with diet and keeping the body clean.can i do this while incorporating PapayaPro,CandidaClear5,Fulvitea,GIpro and others to help rebuild the body system? i would like to use a few of your products and a few others from elsewhere.please advise me .Thank you.I need to start now to hopefully see some results by december.

    • BaselineFoundationon June 9, 2014 at 3:54 am

      It doesn’t go bad. The

      It doesn’t go bad. The alcohol preserves it. But it does lose potency over time. With a 2008 expiration date, that’s probably pushing it in terms of how effective the formula still is. It’s probably best to get a new bottle…and don’t wait so long to use it next time.

      • BaselineFoundationon May 15, 2013 at 10:58 pm

        Hi Dana,

        Hi Dana,

        Just do a seach on Lyme on our site and you can see all the articles that come up. I would suggest reading this one:

  21. daveon October 17, 2014 at 3:19 pm

    I found your article
    I found your article extremely interesting. I am curious about one thing though. I apologize if this was mentioned or covered in another article; I didn’t find a reference to it.
    Would you able to provide any insight or point me to any references which have delved into the potential synergistic effects of combing the herbs you list in a single “cocktail” of herbs? By the same science you mention in order to draw attention to the fact that active ingredient isolates used in studies are possibly less safe that the whole herb compounds I would venture that there are likely to be a number of positive or negative effects linked to synergistic effects between the herbs extracts used in combination with one another. Any help/guidance would be appreciated.

    • BaselineFoundationon June 18, 2014 at 2:02 am

      Not all estrogens are the

      Not all estrogens are the same. Most phytoestrogens actually protect against estrogen dominance. They are low level estrogens that fill receptor sites in the human body so that they are no longer available to much more powerful estrogens such as estrone, estradiol, and petroleum based xenoestrogens. And, as you read in the article, studies confirm that the phytoestrogens you are concerned about actually protect against breast cancer.

  22. BaselineFoundationon October 21, 2014 at 2:38 pm

    You’re making an invalid

    You’re making an invalid comparison. In the same way, that mixing greens and vegetables in a salad is very different from mixing pharmaceutical drugs derived from those same plants. No one would think twice about adding another vegetable to their mixed salad, whereas they would be well advised to in the case of adding another drug to the five or six pills they might already be taking. Pharmaceutical drugs and herbs, although both capable of medicinal effect, are very different animals. Are there potential problems with mixing foods? Absolutely! But we’re talking about things like increased flatulence or indigestion vs death if you mix the wrong drugs.

  23. annette clarkon October 30, 2014 at 2:53 am

    how do I get the formula?
    how do I get the formula?

    • Janeon August 15, 2014 at 7:00 pm

      My friend had something
      My friend had something similar and she just did Baseline Nutritional’s heavy metal detox formula. She felt better immediately! It removes all metals from the body, maybe ask them?

      • BaselineFoundationon March 23, 2016 at 11:19 pm

        Did you search for “hepatitis
        Did you search for “hepatitis c” on our site to see the articles available? We have over 40,000 health reports on this website.

        • BaselineFoundationon February 29, 2016 at 10:45 pm

          Jon Barron’s formulas are not

          Jon Barron’s formulas are not designed for children, although some people have successfully used some of them with children. In general, the dosage recommended on the labels is for a 150 lb adult. When parents have used the formulas with children, they have adjusted accordingly. A 75 lb child gets a half dose. A 30 lb child gets a 1/5 dose. Etc. The bottom line is that before using any supplement with a child, check with your pediatrician.

  24. BaselineFoundationon October 31, 2014 at 12:51 am

    If you go to our products

    If you go to our products page, you can see products listed and the company’s that sell them. This one is sold at Baseline

  25. Tony gon January 4, 2015 at 7:14 pm

    Great article. I suspect it
    Great article. I suspect it is very useful to a chemist. As a lay person, is there a recipe with quantities and/or products to create the ideal supplement?

  26. Stephen Methon April 6, 2015 at 4:55 pm

    I’m in South Africa, and
    I’m in South Africa, and would really love to get this produc for my family…how can I order it, without any legal problems.

    • BaselineFoundationon October 8, 2014 at 7:22 pm

      I would check out Jon Barron

      I would check out Jon Barron’s free book that will walk you through a complete full body detox. He is pretty clear that colonics is actually not that helpful, and could even be harmful. Download his book for free at the top of this website and check out our link at top “How To Detox.”

  27. Jameson April 14, 2015 at 12:16 am

    At the end of the article it
    At the end of the article it reads “Bottom line: a minimum of two bottles a year–one every six months–should be considered a core part of your personal health program.” What is the name of that bottle and how much does it cost?

  28. prashanthon April 27, 2015 at 12:11 pm

    Iam having CKD and treatment
    Iam having CKD and treatment is going for high BP. my one kidney is 46% filtering of blood is damaged. my s.creatine is 2.3 suggest me the herbs which i can say my other 56% of my kidney.

  29. lon November 26, 2015 at 5:45 pm

    what are the proper ratios or
    what are the proper ratios or amounts for mixing at home. and what should they be mixed into?


    • BaselineFoundationon April 6, 2015 at 5:20 pm

      We do not sell products at

      We do not sell products at the Foundation, sounds like you want to talk to Baseline Nutritionals. You can email them directly.

  30. Bianca on December 9, 2015 at 9:05 pm

    Which product do you
    Which product do you recommend if anything for dark circles around the eyes? I feel like I’ve tried everything and just want to give up.

    • BaselineFoundationon April 14, 2015 at 7:43 pm

      We do not sell products at

      We do not sell products at the Foundation, sounds like you are looking for Blood Support atBaseline Nutritionals.

  31. Juleson February 27, 2016 at 3:09 pm

    I would like to give the
    I would like to give the Blood Support and Liver Tincture to my children. Should dosage be half that of an adult? They weigh around 75 to 85 pounds. And I’m curious as to why you shouldn’t give children the Proteolytic Enzymes. I love Jon Barron and use a majority of his products. Thank you, Jon for your dedication to health.

  32. Valentinaon April 8, 2016 at 10:20 am

    Hi, I’m a 45 years old female
    Hi, I’m a 45 years old female, very fit and with a very healthy lifestyle. I’ve been diagnosed with Polycythemia Vera, which traditional medicine considers incurable.
    I have a hard time finding someone locally (I’m in Australia) or even online to suggest a herbal and diet protocol to stop the increasing red blood cells and platelets in my blood, or to normalize the bone marrow production.
    I believe everything is possible and I’d love any suggestion, link, tip, recommendation you could give me.
    Thank you very much

  33. billyloeon June 26, 2016 at 6:01 pm

    will rid the hiv/aids out of
    will rid the hiv/aids out of your blood if so how will it work and what do you have to buy im helping a friend out

  34. larry henrickson,Jr.on October 22, 2016 at 9:16 pm

    Looks good. Like what I read.
    Looks good. Like what I read. How can I purchase this product.

  35. Alex on November 21, 2016 at 10:58 pm

    Hello, I would like to know
    Hello, I would like to know your thoughts on cleaning your blood to help with seizures.
    I get seizures very randomly except this past year that only happen at night when I’m sleeping. The pattern this past year was around every 45 days. I would like to know if doing a blood cleanse could help with this. Someone mentioned it could be a parasite in my blood that is going through a cycle and causing the seizures.

  36. Brandi Kerseyon December 26, 2016 at 12:35 am

    Is it possible to clean peth
    Is it possible to clean peth from blood?

  37. Abel Gonzalezon January 31, 2017 at 7:31 pm

    Would like to start a program
    Would like to start a program what should I start taking first . thanks you .

  38. mayco on June 13, 2017 at 6:00 am

    my father is going to be 80
    my father is going to be 80 in few months .He has severe Psoriasis all over his body, he just got a stent put in one of his major arteries that had a plaque of cholesterol. his HDL cholesterol is 50 to 52 above normal and his bad cholesterol is good . his legs have been really swollen , hard and purple for the last 15 years. i read about chelation therapy and EDTA that is great for cleaning the blood . all the medication that the cardiologist has prescribed my father are so bad for him. his psoriasis gotten worse and his legs look like they’re going to explode. i’m scared for him to get his legs amputated. i know his circulation on his legs and perhaps other part of his body are not functioning well. i read all your article and watch the video and the blood cleanse ingredients seems promising . how do i know this blood cleanse can help my father. there are many products out there that claim great results for blood cleanse. please advise . is greatly appreciated !!

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Birthday: 1996-06-22

Address: Apt. 419 4200 Sipes Estate, East Delmerview, WY 05617

Phone: +342332224300

Job: Future Advertising Analyst

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Introduction: My name is Stevie Stamm, I am a colorful, sparkling, splendid, vast, open, hilarious, tender person who loves writing and wants to share my knowledge and understanding with you.