Hey Daisy and Brock: Sorry for taking so long to get back to you! I have been trying to catch up at work after being off for the recital.
Okay, here is the website: http://www.vonner.com/vonner/
This is what my daughter did: She started with the Target Pack (took about 3 months.) I believe the cost is around $300. She also ordered Neurvox (nerve damage repair) which she has remained on throughout the course of her supplement regimen. Once she completed the target pack, she sent in her urine sample. This test runs about $189 I think(?). There is also a cost to mail it so that it gets there within a specified time (must be "fresh"). Suzy was diagnosed with a strep bac. infection and given Streptocept. I believe this lasted 3 months but could be mistaken. I believe the cost for the Streptocept is about $60. Then when you complete the course, you wait 4 days (I think?) and then send in another sample. (If you do this within a specified amount of time, the cost of the second test reduced by 50%.) Suzy has continued this regimen since last June. Each time she sends in her sample, she still has the strep infection. (She knows immediately within the 4 day break--she invariably has severe upper respiratory problems right after coming off the Streprocept.) She does experience the Herx reaction. (If you don't know what this is, let me know and I will explain.) She will continue doing this until she gets a clean bill of health. (As I said--she only decided to try this because she knows a young man with incurable cancer, 6 months to live, who did it and is still cancer-free today 3 1/2 years later. His regimen was 12 weeks and that is all he ever took.)
If you are hesitant to jump into this with both feet...I would suggest you try the Neurvox and maybe the Streptocept. The contact information is:
Vonner Health Services
500 Spring Street
Gainesville, GA 30501
My daughter called them and talked to them for over 3 hours before she ordered anything! She stuck to the program rigidly, doing exactly what was recommended. Again, she kept a journal. Her improvements were very subtle and the journal helped her to see the improvements. Today, of course, that isn't a problem! Her MS was also considered quite mild (not to me!). Her lesions were HUGE and glowing when she started. Now I can't even find them on the MRIs.
Any questions, please let me know! Good luck to ALL of you--Chris