NOW is the Thyme for JC Tonic!

Carl and Helena Jurak

Carl and Helena Jurak
Arriving in Canada 1926

Our show is jam packed with information about the specific BiDirectional herbs contained in Jurak Classic Whole Body Tonic (fondly known as JC Tonic), the history of Carl Jurak, an esteemed plant expert, leading up to this incredible discovery and the Emergency uses of JC Tonic.

This week the first person to ask a question for our next show will receive a free bottle of Jurak Classic Whole Body Tonic. Email your questions to dancingastherain@gmail.com

Remember you can call in live during our show on Tuesdays 1 pm PST and talk directly to Anthony Carl Jurak 714-409-0583

Part One of our Gaia Mastery Series Living in the new Gaia Body, the most transformational class we’ve ever done as we ride the crest of the wave of through is available by signing up on our Contact page.  Classes are $144/month and vary in duration. They are available in person at our Center in the Portland area, via skype or mp3.

Music: Rain singing Amazing Grace

More information below:

Ingredients: JC Tonic contains 18 BiDirectional tonic herbs in a special proprietary formulation creating a Whole Body Tonic. Each week we are going into detail about one of these ingredients- this week we covered the first ingredient on the label which is Thyme.  

(Daniel B. Mowrey, Ph.D., “Good Things Await, Somewhere In Thyme“, JurakXpress, April 2003)

EMERGENCIES- NOW is the Thyme for JC Tonic!

When a crisis happens, the body systems need all the support that they can get. Jurak Class Whole Body Tonic is the perfect choice when any emergency arises to assist the body. We share some of great personal stories on the air for NOW is the time for JC Tonic to immediately go into action, assisting all the systems of the body at once. These qualities are fairly rare in nature and extraordinary to exist in this incredible herbal alchemical formulation.

JC Tonic has the rare safety put in any orifice, eyes, ears, nose, open wounds, burns, rashes, bites and stings.

Dr Bruce Fife’s book is very helpful to understand The Healing Crisis, which is the responses of the body as it goes through the healing process.  We highly recommend it.

The Healing Crisis

The Healing Crisis by Bruce Fife

NOW is the Thyme for JC Tonic.

To learn more about JC Tonic and to order click here.

THE HISTORY

There are so many of you that are new to JC Tonic hat we want to make sure you understand how it came to pass that this man, Carl Jurak, developed the really remarkable whole body tonic, JC Tonic. This tonic has now been saving lives and getting folks younger since 1943 alleviating many health challenges

Carl and his new bride Helena left the old country for Canada on their honeymoon and on a new adventure. Carl felt that Europe was on the verge of a new disaster and he had been offered a post with the Canadian Dept of Agriculture to come over and see what he could do to repair the soil in western Canada so it would grow what it is growing these days.

Here is the first part of a seven part series on that adventure that will bring you right up to speed. This is a great story to share with your prospects to give them the confidence that you do indeed have a tried and true formula, developed by a genius so long ago for them to try…..one that actually has been working : flat out: for over 69 years.

PART I –THE PIONEERS

Train Car

Train Car

Newlyweds married merely one month in what was then Yugoslavia, Anthony’s parents, his mother born on October 7, 1907 and his father born March 15, 1904, agreed on the idea to begin a new life in Canada. So, on June 13, 1926, they boarded a steamer by the name of Melita that was bound for Canada.

MelitaAnthony’s mother often told him the story of their arrival in Canada. His father had been offered a job by the government of Canada before leaving Europe. The job was to see if he could help out in the field of agronomy because of his expertise on plant life – he was to grow plant life in these barren lands.

After the boat docked in Halifax they boarded a train and headed West. The train took them to Saskatchewan where Anthony’s father had been promised land to cultivate. During the train ride, there was only one other passenger on the train, a Hungarian man who shared his food that he had in a wicker basket. They learned he was a farmer and as Anthony’s dad grew up in the golden era of the Austro-Hungarian Empire (he was even present once at the Court of then Emperor Franz Josef), he was able to converse with him in Hungarian. When they arrived at a place called Windthorst, another platform that served as a station, the farmer got off. Anthony’s father and mother continued alone, passing seas of wheat and shrubs—no houses—no villages—NOTHING.

At Regina, they boarded a trunk train, riding in a satin-lined coach. They traveled from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. with nothing to eat; there were not even toilets. The train would only stop long enough for the passengers to liberate their bladders.

When they got to Davidson, a town on the rail line about half-way betweenTrain Station Regina and Saskatoon, they were let out in the middle of the prairie which was so desolate and wind-blown that, apart from the rickety train station, there was nothing to be seen as far as the eye could see but tumbleweeds and blowing sand. There, a fellow by the name of Franz Tiggler, who Anthony’s father had arranged to have meet them, picked them up in a 1914 Model-T Ford. He drove them to a large building in the middle of nowhere. The main room had shelves of canned food. Franz never threw away any of his empty cans—he would just put them back on the shelves. There was a windmill and a well. Franz scooped up some water for mother—there was a rat in the water. The beds had dirty linen with no clean linen to change. There was a generator and a freezer (a guess that was an icebox). Anthony’s mother cooked a meal with veal that was in the freezer. Franz put his hands, with his dirty fingernails, into the stew. So, she taught him how to eat; cut his hair and cleaned him up. He became devoted to her. One day Franz vanished. He went to some small village about 75 miles away to buy mom a few chocolate bars—that took him 2 days.

They stayed at this place until the end of October. During this time, Anthony’s father got to work and began to do something with the desolate and barren land and had three train cabooses fitted with bunk beds for his workmen.

Helena Jurak 1926

Helena Jurak 1926

Life was not rosy and there were many hardships for the Jurak’s during these trying times and before one year was out, Anthony’s mother could not cope with the hardship after having a rather ‘life of Riley’ in Europe and she pleaded with her husband to return to the old country. Well, his father could see what was happening and he understood the breakup was forthcoming in Europe, so he was reluctant to leave the great North American continent that certainly seemed to be a land of plenty. Anthony’s father convinced his wife to move to Winnipeg, which was a little more developed, and there he continued his work and some months later, their first child, Lauretta, was born in 1927. Well, as his mother related to Anthony, Winnipeg was just as desolate and the hardship was just as great and the Great Depression was now upon them. In order to avoid some of the more unpleasant things happening to most people, they sold off all the valuables that they had brought from Europe. Since things were still bleak, Anthony’s mother again pleaded to return to Europe, and in 1932, they headed off east to Quebec City to wait for a boat to take them back to their homeland.

The saga will continue in our next segment

This week the first person to ask a question for our show about a health challenge will receive a free bottle of Jurak Classic Whole Body Tonic. email your questions to dancingastherain@gmail.com

Remember you can call in live during our show on Tuesdays 1 pm PST and talk directly to Anthony Carl Jurak 714-409-0583

Part One of our Gaia Mastery Series Living in the new Gaia Body, the most transformational class we’ve ever done as we ride the crest of the wave of through is available by signing up on our Contact page.  Classes are $144/month and vary in duration. They are available in person at our Center in the Portland area, via skype or mp3.

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