to the guy who's wife has a brain tumor: blend:1cup organic cottage cheese, 2-5 tbsp.flaxseed oil, 1-3 ground flaxseed, and a little cayenne, blend until very soft.Eat some everday.If that doesnt work try kombucha tea.
Baking Soda and Maple Syrup
There is a lot of talk nowadays about cancer being caused by fungus, viruses or bacteria. I do some technical writing for research scientists and it seems more and more likely that a lot of supposed genetic diseases may be triggered by microbes (MS, Parkinson's, ALS, IBS) so it wouldn't surprise me if this were the case. (There's even a bacteria from chickens that might be playing a role in obesity!). That cancer cells usually have a strong presence of microbes is certainly suggestive, but this could also be an indication of opportunistic micro-organisms easily holing up in already damaged cells. This is, after all, how the common cold works-- they crawl into weak cells to multiply. Of course in the end, we are purged of damaged cells faster than our immune system could have gotten rid of them.
Most of us, even the healthiest of us, have random cancer cells that our immune system can recognize and whisk away. So it stands to reason that staying as healthy as possible, and helping our natural immune defense is essential for both longevity and quality of life. Eat a lot of raw unprocessed foods and consume small amounts of sugar (cancer cells thrive on sugar and consume many times more than an average cell. In fact, vitamin C is more potent with low blood sugar levels).
I came across this home remedy that uses cancer's predilection for sugar and the power of baking soda (that we have learned so much about here!). Apparently, by warming maple syrup with baking soda, the molecules combine somewhat and when the cancer cells try to suck up the sugar they get a mouthful of baking soda.
Directions: Mix one part baking soda with three parts maple syrup in a small saucepan. Stir briskly. Heat on low heat for five minutes. Take one teaspoon daily, as needed. (You have to give your body a break from baking soda sometimes, and apparently some baking soda might have aluminum, so try to find a high-grade product)
If I had cancer, I would try everything, including chlorine dioxide (MMS), and I would weigh my options with my doctor. This is such a politicized topic and conventional treatments can work. Chemotherapy gave my mom 10 years after breast cancer, but it had a horrible impact in her treatment of colon cancer. We were told after the operation that there was a little bit that had spread to a lymph node and doing chemo was practically preventative. At the end of the course of chemo it had taken over her liver. The doctor convinced her to do another round, but one session was all she could handle and in a matter of months she was gone. I can%'t know if natural therapies would have fared any better, but I wish I had known about some of them and suggested them.
Stay positive. Take control.
Skin cancer and baking soda: Some time in the middle of January I was checking the net info on cancer always involving fungus - the info from the Italian Dr. Simoncini. My husband has been out of regular work for about 2 years and we do not have health insurance but he has needed a spot on his side taken care of. Upon watching the online video showing that cancer always comes with fungus and that baking soda could alkalize and destroy the colonies we decided to give it a try. We started by mixing baking soda with water and spreading it on a large band-aide. That did not work so well because the baking soda turns hard as a rock. My husband decided to mix it with glycerin to see if that would keep the soda softer longer and it did. The paste is made by putting some baking soda in a small dish and adding the glycerin until you have a white paste thin enough to spread on a band-aide. It still gets hard but not near as fast.
The spot on his side was a bit less than a quarter and about the thicknesses of 3 quarters. It definitely needed attention. It first reduced in height and then started shrinking circumference. It did go through various stages that looked really bad. At times I wondered what was going on. (Note: It is not a process without pain.) It was working and so my husband wanted to keep on going with it. We kept making sure the bandage was changed. He was also taking baking soda internally for a while but then stopped that. By the end of March it is basically gone. The area has a bit more healing to do but that just takes time.
The plus's of this are so wonderful. 1. No surgery!!!! 2. No dealing with the side affects of surgery - like as muscle that doesn't work as good because it was cut. 3. It only cost the price of baking soda, glycerin and band-aides. 4. Peace of mind.
We do realize that the fungus can still be in the body. He is trying extra strong oil of oregano to kill any remaining fungus infection. But that is another story.