Life Choice is happy to pass Alive discounts on to our wholesale customers, but we ask that retailers would pass the savings on to retail customers, as well.
Coming Soon: CLAW OCHMB Therapy (along with Opti-Cal/Mag with K2) is part of a therapeutic cleansing program. Learn more about CLAW here.
What Is Health Worth?
What would you be willing to pay for a treatment that can remove heavy metals from your body? What would that type of treatment be worth--$100, $500, $1,000? What if the treatment could help restore your memory, lessen or remove pain and without dependency or side effects? Is there a need for this, or have we already given all treatment over to prescription drug therapy?
We are lead to believe that natural medicine is effective only only for prevention, and not for treatment; but, Life Choice buys where pharma buys, and we use the same USP pharmaceutical grade raw materials that they use. Our products are professional, therapeutic medicine, and our products deliver results!
CLAW-OCHMB has been created to remove heavy metals and inorganic minerals from the brain, blood vessels and tissues. Due to its ability to remove toxic metal ions, CLAW-OCHMB (chelation) therapy reduces internal inflammation caused by free radicals. As a result, it can ease the discomfort and disability from degenerative diseases such as arthritis, scleroderma (a hardening that occurs in skin and certain organs), and lupus. Also, the improved circulation to the tissues of the body can help avoid bypass surgery, reverse gangrene, alleviate intermittent claudiction (cramps) of the legs, and restore memory.
Do you think $100.00 per month every 5 years is too high a price for that sort of treatment?
In comparison, a new drug called Sovaldi, is currently being viewed as a cheap therapy. It is the first in a new generation of Hepatitis C therapies. Costing $1,000.00 per day, Sovaldi is on track to notch among the biggest sales ever for the first year of a newly approved drug. This shows just how hard it is for insurers to curb the use of pricey, life-saving medicines. If current prescription patterns hold, Sovaldi could ring up $5 billion in U.S. sales this year. Some analysts say the figure might reach $9 billion.
In 10 years, what might the ripple effect of each of these products be--dependency and financial burden, or improved health and freedom? And, which picture of health is worth the overall cost?