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littoral.adjective
of or on a shore, especially a seashore (a littoral property)
littoral.noun,.plural.littorals
a coastal.region; a shore

Lyme disease (what is it?):
a form of arthritic inflammatory disease caused by a spirochete (a bacteria called Borrelia burgdorferi) that is believed by some to be transmitted by ticks; others believe it to be caused by chemical heavy metals poisoning from pesticides, etc; it is usually characterized initially by a rash followed by flulike symptoms including fever, joint pain and headache. If left untreated, the disease can result in chronic arthritis and nerve and heart disfunction. Lyme disease was first recognized in Old Lyme, a town in Connecticut, USA.

"...the American Lyme Disease Foundation heavily promoted GSK's (Glaxo Smith-Kline) disastrous Lymerix vaccine. That vaccine was pulled from the market following hundreds of thousands of reported injuries and deaths among recipients suffering post vaccination symptoms of Lyme disease."....Dr Len Horowitz.

"For many years I have witnessed Carnivora's success against Lyme Disease, Cancer, Chronic Fatigue, Infectious Diseases and many other disorders."....Daniel C. Kenner Ph.D., LAc.

The Case of Dorothea M. Linley, M.D., Lyme Disease
Dorothea M. Linley, M.D. says."... I came down with a flu-like illness: pains in muscles, back, headache, fatigue and even my hair was painful. Fever and migrating arthritis followed by cardiac fibrillation which was controlled by oral magnesium. A blood test for Lyme disease was positive. It settled in my knees, the left swelling so severely I needed crutches. In May my left knee started swelling and a blood test was positive for Lyme. 

"In mid-July I learned about Carnivora from an article in the Townsend Letter [for Doctors]. I learned that Carnivora would kill bacteria, yeast, parasites and viruses without harming beneficial intestinal bacteria. 

"I believe the Carnivora has killed the Lyme bacteria as well as Candida overgrowth. I lost 10 pounds, my skin is younger looking, my bowels are functioning normally for the first time in my life, my fingernails are hard and growing well and my digestion is improved, needing fewer digestive aids. 

"I hope my story will help those many patients suffering from chronic illness which may be due to Lyme. I was fortunate in that I did not take antibiotics until after a positive blood test. Those who treat symptoms clinically typical of Lyme before developing a positive blood test will never test positive and thus obscure the diagnosis. 

"There are many people out there in this situation. I would be happy to help you let people know of the efficacy of Carnivora for Lyme disease. Although my Lyme was symptomatic for only a few weeks, I have firsthand knowledge of how people with Lyme suffer. It is obvious that treatment with antibiotics alone is mistreatment. And I know with absolute certainty that for those who are able to pursue the methods I have, including Carnivora, Lyme can be cured without antibiotics. The many people who have been treated with antibiotics one or more times but continue to be symptomatic can be helped as well with these natural methods. Many people are suffering with Lyme. My recent experience puts me in a unique position to help those willing to consider alternatives. For all these reasons, I wish to encourage people in any way I can to seek alternative treatment and Carnivora for their Lyme disease." 

The most amazing aspect of Carnivora is its multi-faceted ability to kill harmful intruders directly by stripping the outer protective protein shell of the abnormal cell, then attacking its core energy level (ATP level) to the point of cell death! et al Molecular Recognition, 1988. 

Never underestimate the intelligence of this plant. It will only attack abnormal cells brought on by toxic pathogenic substances all around us, toxic environmental factors and chronic stress we experience in our everyday lives. 

Carnivora is able to differentiate between harmful invaders (poorly differentiated cells) and normal cells. Not a single normal cell is harmed. 

"What if I told you that a plant that captivated your interest as a child is a world-class healer?"....Robert Jay Rowen, MD. ...the article was at https://www.drrowensworldclasshealercarnivora.com/ 

loud, louder, loudest.adjectives
characterized.by high volume and intensity; used of soundproducing sound of high volume and intensity; clamorous and annoying.noise; having offensively bright colors (a loud patterned shirt)
loud, louder, loudest.adverbs
in a loud manner
loudly.adverb
loudness.noun

local.adjective
of, relating.to.or.characteristic of a particular place (an well kept local hotel overlooking the ocean); the local slang; of or relating to a city, town or district.rather than a larger area (state and local government); not broad or general; not widespread (local friendly customs)
local.noun,.plural.locals
a public.conveyance that makes several.intermediate stops before the final destination is reached; a local chapter or branch of an organization, such as of a labor union; a person from a particular locality
locally.adverb
localness.noun

larceny.noun,.plural.larcenies
he act or crime of stealing
Law: in law, the unlawful.taking and removing of another's personal.property with the intent of permanently.depriving the owner; theft; petty larceny; the word larceny is from the 15th century, of French origin 'larcin', meaning 'stealing'

lease.noun,.plural.leases
a contract.granting.use or occupation of property.during a specified.period in exchange for a specified rent; the term or duration of such a contract; property used or occupied under the terms of such a contract
lease, leased, leasing, leases.transitive verbs
to grant use or occupation of under the terms of a contract; to get or hold by such a contract
a new lease on life.idiom
an opportunity to improve one's circumstances or outlook
leasable.adjective
leaser.noun,.plural.leasers
someone who enters into a contract for use of someone else's house, building, land, etc
lessor.noun,.plural.lessors
someone who allows someone else to use their house, building, land etc for a period of time for payment and provides a contract both parties agree upon

lace.noun,.plural.laces
a cord, ribbon or string.used to draw and tie together two opposite edges, as of a shoe with special holes for the purpose of fastening them; a delicate.fabric made of yarn or thread in an open weblike pattern; a fine cloth made with patterns of many very small holes (a handkerchief trimmed with lace; lace curtains)
lace, laced, lacing, laces.verbs
transitive verb use.to thread a cord.through the eyelets or around the hooks of such as on a shoe that's being tied; to draw together and tie the laces of; to pull or pass through; intertwine lace garlands through a trellis; to trim or decorate with or as if with lace; to streak with color
intransitive verb use.to be fastened or tied with laces or a lace
lace into.phrasal verb
to attack; assail (laced into me for arriving so late)
laceless.adjective
lacer.noun,.plural.lacers

lamb.noun,.plural.lambs
a young sheep, especially one that is not yet weaned; the flesh of a young sheep used as meat (lambchops)
lambswool is the wool.shorn from a lamb

llama.noun,.plural.llamas
a domesticated South American ruminant.mammal (Lama glama) related to the camel, raised for its soft, fleecy wool and used as a beast of burden; any of various other mammals of the genus Lama, such as the alpaca and llama like guanaca; Spanish, from 'Quechua'

ligament.noun,.plural.ligaments
a sheet or band of tough, fibrous.tissue connecting bones or cartilages at a joint or supporting an organ; a unifying or connecting tie or bond; from Middle English and from Medieval Latin 'ligamentum' and from Latin 'bandage' and from 'ligare' meaning 'to bind'
ligamental.or.ligamentary.or.ligamentous.adjective

lope, loped, loping, lopes.intransitive verbs
to run or ride with a steady, easy gait
lope.noun,.plural.lope
a steady, easy gait
loper.noun,.plural.lopers
from Middle English 'lopen' meaning 'to leap' and from Old Norse 'hlaupa'

landmark.noun,.plural.landmarks
a prominent.identifying.feature of a landscape; a fixed marker, such as a concrete block, that indicates a boundary line; an event marking an important stage of development or a turning point in history, a building or site that has historical significance, especially one that is marked for preservation 
landmark.adjective
having great import or significance (a landmark decision; a landmark construction project)

landscape.noun,.plural.landscapes
an expanse of scenery that can be seen in a single view (a desert landscape); a picture depicting an expanse of scenery; the aspect of the land characteristic of a particular.region (a bleak winter landscape;."They occupy the whole landscape of my thought."....James Thurber)
landscape, landscaped, landscaping, landscapes.verbs
transitive verb use.to adorn or improve a section of ground by contouring and by planting flowers, shrubs or trees
intransitive verb use.to arrange grounds artistically as a profession
landscaper.noun,.plural.landscapers

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