Dr. H. Clark is one of the most well respected experts on the topic of gut flora (good & bad microorganisms). She has written and had several books published regarding these microorganisms in humans and domestic animals. After years of study and work, she developed a combination of natural products, that when used according to her specifications – support a healthy gut flora. Her Original Para Kit is based on three different products, used at different specified concentrations over the course of her protocol. In developing her protocols, one of her main objectives was to use only the ingredients absolutely necessary. Dr. Clark had concerns that we were becoming an over-medicated society: Both in the use of prescription as well as over-the- counter drugs. She was able to narrow her ingredient recommendation down to 3. She concluded that these three ingredients (black walnut tincture, pure cloves and pure wormwood), manufactured and used according to her strict specifications, were all that were needed to produce results.
This Original Para Kit contains enough ingredients for 1 complete protocol plus 1 follow up maintenance cycle. According to Dr. Clark, this protocol should not interrupt your daily routine. Additionally, Dr. Clark states, in her books, that there is no special diet required to successfully complete her Original Para Kit protocol. Her ingredients are packaged as separate products. This is a must have in order to use them according to her instructions. ('All in one' products cannot be used to follow Dr. Clark's protocol.)
All of the raw materials used in the Original Para Kit products adhere to Dr. Clark's standards. Additionally, they are manufactured and packaged in accordance to her personal instruction.
(18 October 1928 – 3 September 2009) She was a naturopath (N.D.), author, and practitioner of alternative medicine. Clark began her studies in biology at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, where she was awarded the Bachelor of Arts magna cum laude, and the Master of Arts with a High Honors major in biology. After two years of study at McGill University, she attended the University of Minnesota, studying biophysics and cell physiology. She received her doctorate degree in 1958 from the University of Minnesota.In 1979, Dr. Clark left government-funded research and began private consulting and her own research. She became increasingly interested in harmful microorganisms and her studies eventually focused strictly on them. After years of research, she formulated the belief that all human disease was related to harmful microorganisms (primarily in gut). She wrote and had published several books describing her work, conclusions, and recommendations.
Her published writings not only received attention from her colleagues, but also the FDA and FTC. After many legal battles with these government agencies, Dr. Clark relocated her research and practice to Mexico, where she was free to pursue her goals.
Granted, the majority of the conservative medical community did not see eye to-eye with Dr. Clark on the subject of harmful microorganisms and their relationship to disease. However, current research shows she was ahead of her time… and on the right track! Regardless, most professionals agree that she is one of the world's most knowledgeable experts on the subject.
In 1995, OneLifeUSA was asked by one of our customers if we would manufacturer and carry Dr. Hulda Clark's Original Para Kit. Our first response: 'No thank you.' And to be honest, after we read some of her research and portions of her book, we thought she sounded like a quack. Our customer (let's call him Mr. Smith) did not back down. His wife was ill and after being told by her doctors that there was nothing more they could do for her, he sought treatment in California with Dr. Clark. Mr. Smith had been pleased with Dr. Clark and her recommendations and wished to continue her protocol for his wife.
Unfortunately, Dr. Clark decided to move her practices over the border into Mexico (after being constantly hounded by the FDA). Mr. Smith was not interested in taking weekly journeys to Mexico to pick up the herbal formulas Dr. Clark had been preparing for his wife… nor was he about to make them himself in his kitchen.
After careful consideration, we decided to pursue the task, but only with Dr. Clark's personal input. If her protocol could help people, make Mr. Smith happy, and Dr. Clark was willing to personally participate – there didn't seem to be a reason not to continue… especially since Mr. Smith agreed to pay for the entire first batch!
Making these products in a commercial lab would prove challenging. Until then, Dr. Clark's ‘recipe’ for the Original Para Kit was specific to making it in your home kitchen! To be successful, the production transition required direct input from Dr. Clark. Mr. Smith was instrumental in arranging a personal visit from Dr. Clark to our lab. There she worked directly with our chemists and formulators, insuring these products would be manufactured to meet her strict requirements.
To this day we are proud to have mastered and upheld the product specifics that Dr. Clark herself insisted upon. Dr. Clark's patience, extensive knowledge and familiarity with the ingredients, as well as with the expected results made the transition from kitchen to commercial lab not only possible but a realistic success.
Although individual results will vary, common sense dictates: If you don't use products made to her standards and specifications, you can't expect to achieve her results.
Most don't know that Betty Crocker was not a real person. Her name was created in 1921 to give personalized responses to consumer questions (a pen name). Eventually the image of Betty Crocker was developed into one of the most successful marketing tools of all times. This imaginary person became so influential and ‘real-like’ that in 1945 Fortune Magazine named her the second most popular American woman (Eleanor Roosevelt was first). Needless to say, General Mills has made millions by using an imaginary person (who most thought was real) to sell their products.
It is one thing to use a pen name to sell cake mixes, but quite another to pen medicinal products with doctors names. People looking for solutions to health related issues should not be made to believe that a product is backed by a doctor, if it is not. Products whose names bear that of a ‘doctor’, when that doctor does not exist and is not a real person are implying something they are not. This is also a false endorsement of that product. When purchasing any other product that bears a doctor's name… do your research. Remember, just because a product bears the name of a doctor, doesn't mean it has anything to do with a real doctor.