I was diagnosed with lung cancer in April, 2014. I cut out grains and carbs, took BiCarb every morning, used a salt diffuser.
I was still congested and bought a salt diffuser and overnight the congestion improved hugely.
Then I read asomething about Artemisisin, started taking it around the middle of July, and had been using it for 6 weeks, then I had an xray about 6 weeks ago, and was told by the doctor there a substantial reduction, and that all I had was a bit of congestion in my lower right lung. It's not gone yet, but I feel so much better and can breathe better. This is a post to tell people about this herb.
I absolutely will not take any pharma drugs and haven't for 40 years, so there was no way I was going to do chemo. When you start to research, there are SO many natural cures out there and they are suppressed. It isn't a death sentence, but you need to have the right attitude, this makes a huge difference. Check out Ty Bollinger. One of his books is "Cancer, Step Outside the Box". Well worth reading.
Winter Park, Fl
You've reported interesting information here regarding artemesia and cancer treatment, but I believe what you've reported is gravely misleading and here's why. You've presented this as a broad treatment for cancer. There are many different types of cancer and the studies have been done only in vitro. The problem with these test (I speak from the experience of a basic science researcher) is that you are using an article environment and usually using doses of the herb that are much greater than that can be physiologically achieved. In addition, you've reported or inferred that the cancer will be gone or affected in 16 days. Cancer patients are reaching for life, they fear conventional drugs and the side effects. To dangle this in front of them is wrong to me.
One more thing, if a patient uses this herb with certain chemotherapies, there can be interactions. You haven't mentioned this either.
I would encourage you to be cautious about making any statement regarding cancer treatments or cures based on in vitro or poorly powered studies.
Ten Mile, Tn.