About 14 years ago, a neighbor of mine returned from a vacation with his family in New Hampshire. He was feeling “under the weather” when he got back, but that turned to severe stomach pain within a few days. He went to his doctor, and they didn’t find anything wrong with him. They tested and examined him for food poisoning, ulcers, and didn’t find any. So they started testing him for possible household and occupational poisoning, viruses, and a variety of parasites. The results were negative. They tried to tell him that it was all in his head.
They knew I was a healer, so they asked for my help. I asked a few questions, and started to get very suspicious that there was foul play. He said that it felt as if his intestines and stomach were full of snakes. I asked him in private if he had done something that may have made someone very angry…angry enough to want him dead. He couldn’t think of anyone. He’s a good guy and got along with people. I felt his stomach, and looked at it. It was pretty obvious that he did indeed have snakes in his stomach. I wondered who would do such a cruel thing to a good man, and decided to treat him.
I called Papa Jim’s phone line, and they treated it like an emergency call. Within two days, we received a packet and instructions. So we made the tea…actually more like a sludge that he was supposed to drink for two days. It worked, and his stomach pains went away.
…but then he got a call from other members of his family. Some of them had been having similar symptoms. So we gave them the same treatment.
Knowing, from a scientific standpoint, where snakes in the stomach comes from, we asked questions about the water system there. Apparently some areas get their water from underground wells that have old fashioned grids because they are also fed from mountain water. When the level drops, various amphibians can get caught in them, and some apparently died and decomposed there. There isn’t really a mechanical filter that can get rid of the poison that is made from dead frogs. The water has to pass through charcoal or other mineral filters.
So we recommended that they put water filters on their houses until the state filtered their water lines or fixed the system that animals couldn’t get caught in them.
In short, the reason I like Papa Jim’s is because they don’t mess around. They take every order seriously, and their recipes are the real thing. His motto is “whatever works” and it does indeed work.