Name of person taking ALZ-A: Carrol G
I was losing my husband to a disease I didn’t know how to fight. Watching him disappear before my very eyes. The disease so debilitating, watching the person I shared almost 30 years with slipping away to where I didn’t know him. And him being so strong all his life. A man’s man, if you will.
Now, confused, moody, and depressed, his mind was failing him more and more. Not knowing the month and year, the difference between a.m. and p.m. Leaving the gas stove on. Leaving the garage door open and the front door unlocked. Not even the memory of what he ate or even if he ate. I fell into fear for the both of us, as if our lives were nearly over.
But knowing I needed to be strong for both of us, I took over all the responsibility for our lives. I didn’t realize just how upset and stressed I was inside. And I became sick and needed Elijah’s expertise. I made mention of my husband’s failing condition and Elijah told me about ALZ-Ease.
My husband was the first person to be on ALZ-Ease. Within 3 months I noticed my husband wasn’t as moody and depressed. He was playing golf again and enjoying the sport and his friends. He wasn’t arguing and having disagreements with others as much.
We took a trip in September and he didn’t get lost, and was so enthused and agreeable about sightseeing. He knew the date and where he was. He never got lost once. We had a marvelous trip. It was so good to have him back to his old self. The one I had shared so many adventures and years with.
I thank God for working through Elijah and Earth Friend Herb Co. to create ALZ-Ease.
Name of person taking ALZ-Ease: Carrol G
At first it was really bad. My grandpa couldn’t remember the day of the week, the month, or year. But the scariest part was he forgot how to take me home. I had to tell him how to get home. And the really scary part was that he had been taking me home to the same place my whole life.
After about 3 months of my grandfather being on ALZ-Ease, he remembers much better. He doesn’t ask the same questions 4 or 5 times. And he remembered how to get to places. After that one time I told him how to take me home, he’s remembered.
So whatever the ALZ-Ease does, it saved my grandpa and my family and I thank you. =
Name of person taking ALZ-Ease: Elizabeth B
Age: 92 yrs old (DOB: 11/12/19)
Relationship: Mother (to Cori B)—Mom has lived with me since 1999.
Elizabeth was diagnosed with moderate Alzheimer’s disease at the age of 87. She exhibited frequent moodiness, angry outbreaks including hitting people, being uncooperative, fighting with people trying to care for her, paranoia and secretiveness over minor information. She exhibited disorientation to surroundings and not remembering much of the past or present. She has always recognized her immediate family, but not others with whom she is not in daily contact. Elizabeth has 3 perscribed medications, Aricept, Namenda and Risperdol to treat these symptoms.
In September 2011, Elizabeth began taking the formula Elijah Free developed. She took it 3x each day and continues to do so. At the beginning of October, 2011, her caregivers and director of the eldercare center she attends, mentioned changes in her behavior. She was more cooperative, didn’t fall asleep as frequently in the daytime, participated more in activities. Her mood improved – she wasn’t as aggressive or angry. At one point, I locked myself out of the house and she was able to get up, locate the door , unlock it and let me in. On another occasion, she recalled her hairdresser’s name upon entering the salon --- this was astounding as she has not said his name when seeing him. Although she still exhibits the cognitive issues of moderate Alzheimer’s, these are small but significant behavioral changes that give us great hope.
This is nothing short of a miracle.
Follow up from Cori B about her mother, Elizabeth B.
Looking back in time, mom started taking ALZ formula around September/October, 2011. She was 92 and had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease a few years earlier. Around September 2011, my mother had been “kicked out” of Eldercare for shaking another elderly client at the Live Oak Senior Center, Cupertino. At that time, the Director of the eldercare center told me they could no longer let my mother continue coming there as she was antagonistic and not cooperative. Further, they were concerned about her endangering the safety of another senior citizen.
Prior to taking the ALZ formula, my mother was moody, depressed, uncooperative, sleepy most of the time and didn’t engage in conversation. I’m told that these are typical behaviors for many who have been diagnosed with moderate Alzheimer’s disease. However, in September 2011, mom began taking the ALZ formula, 3x/day, every day. After two weeks of taking ALZ daily my mom’s mood dramatically improved. She was much more cooperative and willing to engage in conversation. She was not as angry and was much more alert. Her caregiver at that time, Dori Green, noticed the improvement and commented on it (I’ve placed her email, below, related to her observations).
Also, around Sept/October, 2011, I enrolled my mother in another Eldercare program, Daybreak III, in Sunnyvale. The Director, Ginger McClure, told me that within two weeks and again at 4 weeks after taking the ALZ formula, that the change in my mother was “dramatic”. Mom was no longer displaying angry behaviors or arguing with people. She was able to follow directions/instructions. She became cooperative and happy.
It has now been 2 years in which mom has consistently taken the ALZ formula 3x/day every day. Mom’s mental and emotional condition has improved in so many ways. Many people who do not know my mom, when meeting her, tell me that she is “ peaceful and sweet” . She is generally cheerful and does not look or act depressed as she had two years ago. She follows instructions; she tells me when she needs something. It is now a pleasure to be with her.
Mom’s birthday is November 12 – and, she is now 94. While I have not observed any additional cognitive improvements, she has sustained the mental, emotional and behavioral improvements noted during the past two years. Granted, at her age many people do not remember words or certain things. Her ability to walk is getting harder – possibly because she doesn’t walk much, her
Leg muscles are not strong, or perhaps it’s a problem with her motor skills. That not withstanding, the change in mom’s behavior, mood and countenance since taking the ALZ formula has really been miraculous. There have been no other medical or pharmaceutical interventions during this 2-year time period.
I want to thank you, Elijah, for developing this miraculous formula. You have increased my mother’s well-being through this formula and increased her ability to enjoy and participate in life.
It is such a joy now to be with her!
God bless you and may you continue to heal others.
Love and Blessings.
Name of person taking ALZ-Ease: Elizabeth B. (Continued)
Age: 92 yrs old (DOB: 11/12/19)
Relationship: Professional Care Giver
My Statement herein:
I am Dorie Green a caregiver of Elizabeth Bossenberry. In short we called her "Betty"; she is 92 years old, diagnosed with a disease of Alzheimer’s. Betty is an ambulatory patient. I took care of her for more than four (4) years. My first year I was with her five (5) days a week picking her up from a senior center and bringing her to her daughter's house. On the next consecutive years I was with her for only three (3) days a week, because I went to school for my LVN program and she had another caregiver taking care of her for two (2) days. I would describe Betty as a moody person, too hard to take care of -- she was a very uncooperative person. She forgot everything; she even forgot if she ate her lunch or breakfast. Sometimes, she argued with you but because of her disease you have to understand her. Even with my more than four (4) years with her, she did not remember my name.
Two (2) months before I left her, that was Sept/October 2011, her daughter requested me to administer a trial formula on her. For the first two weeks there was a change in her behavior. Before that, she was always sleepy; she did not want to do anything, as if she was depressed. Sometimes she did not want to eat her snack that I prepared and whenever I picked her up at the senior center she was sitting in the corner alone, just staring at the people around her. If you did not talk to her she would not talk to you. Every time I picked her up at the senior center a volunteer aid always greeted me mentioning my name and when ever Betty heard my name she just stared at me so long. Sometimes I asked her what’s wrong but she ignored me -- that lasted for one (1) week. I mentioned this also to the other caregiver and our observation was the same. But on the fourth (4) week of taking the formula, I was so surprised-- when I went to pick her up from the center she called my name, saying that she is ready to go home and started telling about what was happening in the senior center. I was so happy, mentioning the changed and improvement to her daughter. On my last month with her, although she is still forgetful, she changed a lot --- she was not moody and she was cooperative. There are times that she was also a discussing topic from the TV show, Jeopardy and the evening TV shows whenever I stayed a little longer with her. I am so happy for her and I am hoping that she will continue improving her memory and behaviour.
Name of person taking ALZ-Ease: Sara B.
Age: 90 yrs old (1923)
Relationship: Mother (to Raisa)
Mrs. Sara B is 90 years old. She was born in Kiev, Ukraine in 1923. During WWII, even before the completion of her medical degree, she started working at a hospital. She has had a long professional career as children's neurologist/psychiatrist.
In the early nineteen eighties she immigrated to the United States with her son and daughter. She always has been very active, read a lot, and was very social. However, due to the deterioration of her physical condition she became not mobile, and her mental capacity has diminished. This process accelerated after the death of her husband in 2010 and by early 2013 she exhibited all symptoms of Alzheimer.
My Mother was often confused as it related to the present reality, confusing present and past events, misapplying names, becoming really incoherent. She also appeared to be depressed and was constantly crying and saying that she wanted to die.
Sara started taking ALZ-Ease on August 16, 2013.
Within the first two weeks she made very noticeable progress. Her speech became more coherent, and reactions have become more normal.
Sara’s daughter, son-in-low and granddaughter—all made the same observations.
My Mother also appears to be much less depressed. Her focus improved and she is able to carry a longer conversations. She continues taking ALZA-Ease and her mental condition remains stable.
I would like to add that as of March 2013, my mother Sara was unable to walk. However, after she started taking ALZ she was able to get out of her wheelchair and make a few steps with the help of her caretaker.