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Healer Baskar’s Anatomic Therapy

 

Do you know that reducing intake of salt, tamarind, hot and spicy stuff is not involved in dieting? Anatomic Therapy Healer Baskar added by people whom affected by Diabetes and other diseases too can eat all sugary foods immediately after this therapy. There is no limited intake of sugar throughout their lives. What is Anatomic Therapy?

In this wide world, treatment for any illness is administered to patients either by means of medicines, injections, Acupuncture, Touch Therapy or by making them perform Asanas, Mudras as self-treatment methods. But Anatomic Therapy is unique, as it distinguishes itself as altogether poles apart from all such methods of treatment and always bears positive results.

Once Anatomic Therapy administration is over, people suffering from diabetes, either high or low blood pressure or any other disease can start tasting all kinds of sweets, fruits, oil-fried dishes and all other items they refrained from, without any restriction whatsoever and no need to reduce the intake of salt, tamarind and spicy as pungent dishes as well. There are no food restrictions as well. Sounds eerie or magical? No It is nothing but a Truth.

It is absolutely enough if this Anatomic Therapy is taken only once and practiced systematically. Participants have to patiently spend totally 6 hours for its dispensation.

A gland of our body secretes a fluid that cures all the prevalent diseases in the globe. Healer Baskar teaches us: What’s the name of that gland and the fluid is; where it is located and professes lucidly how the patients themselves can make it easily secrete the vital fluid right through their lives.

To enroll due to 200 limited seats, register early by SMS your name to 012- 391 5643 or 012- 271 7776.

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