April 2016
The Herb Lady

A Success Story for Alternative Cholesterol Maintenance

Joan has a story to tell and she has given me the pleasure of telling it. It is definitely a success story.

In May 2015, it was discovered that she had carotid artery disease with dangerously high cholesterol levels.

From May 2015 to November 2015, she tried taking four prescribed cholesterol medications. There were adverse side effects from all four of these medications.

Following this experience, her doctor wanted to submit her case for a new drug that would have been very expensive. It would have consisted of two injections each month. Joan decided to seek an alternative method that would be of benefit in this situation. Her doctor was skeptical. (Doctors haven’t been trained this way.) However, she chose to go with alternatives.

Actually Joan’s doctor was convinced that her high cholesterol levels were hereditary. He felt she would follow in her Mother’s footsteps that would consist of carotid surgery.

As Joan reached out for alternative help, she was told, "It won’t be fast and it won’t be cheap." She was to take three products and strictly follow written instructions. These three products were Mega-chel, lecithin and a liver cleanse.

Mega-chel cleans and nourishes the circulatory system. It provides a powerhouse of nutritional support, including 100 percent or more of the daily value of 10 essential vitamins and minerals. It contains ginkgo leaves and hawthorn berries.

Lecithin is a vital cell substance for fat transport and nerve protection. It is very important for our over-all good health. The product Joan took was from soybeans.

It has been said that "when you cleanse the liver you cleanse the whole body." The liver cleanse that Joan took contained red beet, dandelion, parsley, horsetail, yellowdock, black cohosh, birch leaves, blessed thistle, angelica root, chamomile flowers, gentian root and goldenrod.

On November 7, 2015, Joan began this program. On Jan. 28, 2016, her lipid panel showed a marked improvement. Her doctor’s nurse called with this happy announcement and the doctor’s recommendation of "continue what you are doing."

Joan takes other alternatives for her general health, also. She walks 20 minutes daily and eats a healthy diet.

Anyone who wishes to do this cholesterol cleanse should follow the strict directions and have their doctor’s approval. Contact me for the directions Joan followed.

Nadine Johnson can be reached at PO Box 7425, Spanish Fort, AL 36577, by calling 251-644-5473, or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..