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If you want to use Strophanthin (and you should really try it and see what happens! There are no negative side effects), you may need a doctor’s prescription.
Also, you can find lots of informations in English on this website:
Here are some videos made by a very sophisticated Strophanthin doctor, Tom Cowan from San Francisco. You can see more on his profile on my homepage, and the item “Durch wen erhältlich – Ärtze Deutschland” provides a list of international Strophanthin doctors, including the USA. Dr. Cowan purchases the Strophanthin tincture from www.teebrasil.com and the Strophanthin capsules from www.strophantil.com, both available from these suppliers without prescription.
Some of the German doctors on my list are available for consultation, especially Dr. Gräupner located in D-82467 Garmisch Partenkirchen, Tel: 0049 8821 57646, who can advise you and send a prescription directly to Dr. Eichele’s pharmacy (Schloßapotheke) located in D-56068 Koblenz. He will then send the Strophanthin to you. Also Dr. Birgit Frank located in D-88630 Pfullendorf, Tel: 0049 7552 1277 (Mon, Tues, Thurs and Fri from 9:00 to 12:30) can also do so. I think she may be easier to reach than Dr. Gräupner.
Patients in Russia and India can contact the following doctors:
Shams Scheik, MD, ABAARM, located in 115093, Moscow, Pervey Shhipkovskij pereulok, d.4. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel. in India: +91-8551945377, Tel. in Russia: +7-9197756674. Dr. Scheik has a lot of good experience with Strophanthin. He works with a German doctor and the Juventas Clinic. See the English homepage: www.juventasclinic.com/
(Note: This was written in 2017 and I am not sure if this contact information is still valid. Please get back to me with your experience.)
Independently from the German research on Strophanthin by Dr. Berthold Kern, a review of his work was conducted in Sao Paulo. You can read the report on Infarct Combat Project.
Strophanthus gratus listet by a botanicteam: Medicinal plants on Prota 11(1)