November REALLY Special Offer!


The headline is really true and this offer is good only through November 30.

The $85 FREE Offer

As you know, I only sell two health related products that I also have personally used for many years.

Because pure, clean drinking water is absolutely essential to good health and life itself, I recommend a very good system made by Multipure. There are many different water filter and treatment systems for different kinds of water problems, these systems are especially good for removing a wide range of chemical, bacterial and other contaminants…including pharmaceuticals.* You can research the information and see if this system is good for your needs.

Multipure has a special offer going on now until the end of the year. When you buy a water filter system, you can get the Water Emergency Treatment System WET System) – an $85 value – FREE, just pay the shipping cost. So that’s $85 in savings.


The other product that I’ve used and sold for well over a decade is Modifilan. As you can read, “Modifilan is said to have unique anti-carcinogenic, cholesterol-lowering properties with documented ability to remove both radiation and heavy metals from the body, along with other valuable health benefits for people with thyroid conditions, etc.”

Because most of us are exposed to all sorts of contaminants, including chemicals, radiation and heavy metals, let me tell you why I’m also offering a FREE bottle of Modifilan with the order of any Multipure drinking water system, in addition to the FREE WET System.

Hair Analysis

A few months ago, I had a rather unique and interesting kind of hair analysis. Some of you may be familiar with the kind of hair analysis that’s commonly used to detect the presence of things like heavy metals chemical contaminants, etc. In the more familiar kind, a small amount of hair is taken and sent to a laboratory for analysis, a process which can take several weeks.

This technologically more advanced version requires less than a half-hour. An even smaller amount of hair is taken (fortunately for me) and placed on a small apparatus connected to a computer.

Apparently, information in the form of frequencies, is transferred to…Germany. The frequencies are analyzed and, within about only 30 minutes, a complete computerized analysis is transmitted back to the office in which the practitioner who conducted the first part of the test then presents and, if necessary, explains the results. I was initially skeptical of this process but, because several people I know had spoken highly of the accuracy of the information they received, I decided to try it.

What was especially interesting to me was the section that dealt with detecting the presence and levels of radiation, heavy metals and chemicals. Since I lived in cities like Chicago, New York and Los Angeles for many years, and have flown frequently over the years I expected that I would see significant levels of these contaminants.

As you can see from this chart section pertaining to the presence of those substances…they’re non-detectable:

I would have to think that using Modifilan for over a decade certainly has contributed to this good result. Regularly having good quality water may also be a factor.

The $26 FREE Offer

You may want to try Modifilan for yourself. And while I have as good, or better, a price for it as can be found, you can get one bottle FREE, including free US shipping.

Here’s how.

Buy a Multipure water filter system and send me proof of purchase.

Of course, remember to also get the FREE $85 WET System from Multipure with your order.

Once I have your proof of purchase, I’ll send you your FREE bottle of Modifilan.

That’s all there’s to it, it’s that simple.

So, for the price of ANY Multipure water filter system, you get the FREE WET System ($85) and the FREE bottle of Modifilan ($26).

Total savings…$111.

This offer is only good through November 30, so…act now!

If you have any questions and/or need assistance in placing your order for your Multipure water filter systems, please contact me.


*Contaminants mechanically filtered by the Solid Carbon Block filter:

Asbestos – mineral once used in building insulation; known to cause cancer

Cysts – dormant microorganisms that may include bacteria and parasites

Particulates – miscellaneous physical particles that can cause turbidity (general water cloudiness)

Contaminants chemically adsorbed or reduced by the Solid Carbon Block filter:

Chlordane – used as a pesticide

Lead and Mercury – types of metals; known neurotoxins that can poison the blood, nervous system, and brain

MTBE (methyl tert-butyl ether) – used as a gasoline additive

PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls) – a fluid used in many electrical components

Radon – a radioactive, colorless, odorless, tasteless gas

Toxaphene – a banned, highly toxic insecticide

VOCs – volatile organic compounds

Contaminants reduced through chemical reaction:

Chlorine and Chloramine – chemicals often used as disinfectants

Detailed Contaminant Reduction List

Multipure Drinking Water Systems are NSF certified, and tested according to NSF/ANSI Standards 42 (Aesthetics), 53 (Health Effects) and 401 for the reduction of:

Arsenic V*



Bisphenol A**





Cyst (Giardia, Cryptosporidium, Entamoeba, Toxoplasma)











Nonyl phenol**

Particulate matter, Class I (0.5 micron)









Volatile Organic Chemicals (listed below):

  –  Alachlor

  –  Atrazine

  –  Benzene

  –  Carbofuran

  –  Carbon Tetrachloride

  –  Chlorobenzene

  –  Chloropicrin

  –  2,4-D (Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid)

  –  Dibromochloropropane

  –  o-Dichlorobenzene

  –  p-Dichlorobenzene

  –  1,2-Dichloroethane

  –  1,1-Dichloroethylene

  –  cis-1,2-dichloroethylene

  –  trans-1,2-dichloroethylene

  –  1,2 Dichloropropane

  –  cis-1,3-Dichloropropylene

  –  Dinoseb

  –  Endrin

  –  Ethylbenzene

  –  Ethylene Dibromide (EDB)

  –  Haloacetonitriles (HAN):

       –  Bromochloroacetonitrile

       –  Dibromoacetonitrile

       –  Dichloroacetonitrile

       –  Trichloroacetonitrile

  –  Haloketones (HK):

       –  1,1-dichloro-2-propanone

       –  1,1,1-trichloro-2-propanone

  –  Heptachlor

  –  Heptachlor Epoxide

  –  Hexachlorobutadiene

  –  Hexachlorocyclopentadiene

  –  Lindane

  –  Methoxychlor

  –  Pentachlorophenol

  –  Simazine

  –  Styrene

  –  1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane

  –  Tetrachloroethylene

  –  Toluene

  –  2,4,5-TP (Silvex)

  –  Tribromoacetic acid

  –  1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene

  –  1,1,1-Trichloroethane

  –  1,1,2-Trichloroethane

  –  Trichloroethylene

  –  Trihalomethanes (TTHM):

       –  Chloroform (surrogate chemical)

       –  Bromoform

       –  Bromodichloromethane

       –  Dibromochloromethane

  –  Xylenes

Detailed Contaminant Reduction List

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