Trust the Psi Corps.
So I, like many, have done the purif two times, some more. Some for a few weeks, some for months. But what came out of it? I had some "radiation" turn on - meaning after I came home after doing my purif one night, and turned on my computer, I got a flush.
Last night I was pondering whether the purif actually did take toxins out of my body. I know my bathing suit, despite daily soaping downs in the shower after the sweating was done, reeked to high heaven - were those toxins? I mean the body has pounds of fat that could possibly contain the toxins, how is taking in and ounce or so of oil supposed to replace all those pounds of toxin laden fat? And doesn't the body digest the oil anyway? I doubt it is taken whole thorough the blood stream to the fat cells as part of a toxin exchange program.
What the hell does Niacin have to do with anything? Is it merely the body getting tolerant of it causing the diminished reaction?
Has the purif ever been tested to see if it does what it says it does?
I did hear first hand accounts of bizarre radiation turn ons from the purif. A guy who went to the same school as I did, was the recipient of a zinc-cream hand-print in the middle of his back and the rest of his body was burned just like all the other unwilling participants would would rather have been air-conditioned (sorry, vaguely shaded) classrooms. He maintained that during his purif his body went red with a white hand print in the middle of his back.
I did not feel that I gained particularly much on the purif, but something went "click" and I testified completion.
I have plenty of Niacin in the cupboard to use as intended (a vaso-dilator) in order to lower blood pressure. I do not use very high doses, nor very often. One capsule is still enough to cause the red flush through the body. I saw people "turn on" broken legs, jumping up and down trying to shake the plaster cast off, but for myself, none of these experiences eventuated because I had not had significant injury or drug intake at that time in my life. The only "turn on" I experienced was the repeat feeling of dental surgery in my sinuses that still hadn't healed properly anyway.
Whether the purif achieves anything at all, I was an ideal candidate to bypass it.