Natural Remedies for Managing Multiple Myeloma

on Feb 22, 2023
Grapefruit Seed Extract, Green Tea
Posted by L. (Ma, US) on 10/03/2014
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My relative was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma (which is a form of bone marrow and blood cancer). She began taking two Grapefruit Seed Extract supplements a day, and drinking two green teas a day. The green teas were plain, with nothing else added to them. Her cancer regressed when she did that, and now she does not have it anymore. She had done nothing else differently aside from that, so I attribute it to that. So yes, I would say that the Grapefruit Seed Extract definitely helps, at least in her case, as well as green tea. You can by the GSE for about $9 a bottle on Amazon, and she just used plain ol' Lipton green tea bags. Hope this helps someone.

Posted by Paul T. (FL) on 02/22/2023
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Pterostilbene is a special type of resveratrol that comes from blueberries. It has been documented to successfully inhibit the proliferation of Multiple Myeloma (MM) cell lines. You can take the supplement at a reasonable price without overloading on sugar. You may have to eat 30 bowls of blueberries to get the equivalent of 1 capsule of pterostilbene. Just google MM and pterostillbene.

My wife has been taking this supplement for smoldering multiple myeloma and curcumin for nearly a decade.

Ted's Remedies
Posted by Ted (Bangkok) on 11/06/2012
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Multiple myeloma is a condition in which selenium deficiency tops the list, the other is to limit the spread with lysine. Selenium yeast is taken at 200 mcg x 3 times a day. Lysine is taken at 1000 mg x 8 times a day, preferably at night. Dietary restriction is a must, no food intake before 12 noon and after 6. Without grapes or fruits of any kind, fructose found in fruits makes cancer spread within 2 hours of consumption. The body has no direct means of controlling fructose as it does for glucose, so they harm you.

Blood sugar control in multiple myeloma is an absolute must, the person will have trouble normalizing it. N acetylcysteine 500 mg taken at least 5 times a day will help.

The reason why a lot of cancer exists is false information regarding fruit, honey, and vegetarian diets. If you can find the supplements, chymotrypsin, papain, and trypsin will directly help multiple myeloma by digesting them.

These are quick to do and help. It takes 3 days for secondary cancer or metastatic cancer to be normalized if done right. Vitamin D3 10,000 to 20,000 IU a day also helps the multiple myeloma.


Multiple Supplements
Posted by Ron (VA) on 02/20/2018
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I was diagnosed about a year ago. I have had 3 blood tests in that time and all show a very low ratio "bad" m protein components to good which means I don't need the awful allopathic treatment. I think the good supplements/diet likely made the difference.

My myeloma protocol is as follows in rough order of importance:

curcumin, 500mg/day;
berberine, 400mg/day;
boswelia extract, 250mg/day;
quercetin, 500mg/day;
genisten, 125mg/day;
Wobenzyme, 4 tabs/day;
lysine, 6-500mg/day;
strontium citrate, 350 mg/day;
flaxseed oil, 1400mg/day; c
o q 10,100 mg/day.

I also add digestive enzymes after meals. The diet needs to focus on several vegetables like kale, spinach, bitter melon, carrots, beets etc and whole grains and organic sources of protein if possible.

There is much more but this is a good place to start. The key is to find ways to take the supplements that work well with your own body's condition and ability to adapt to them. Try one or two for a week, making note of what meal or time of day works best. Then add more. Much high quality water very important as well.

Best of luck.