Natural ways to treat a benign meningioma

Posted By Friend (Houston, Texas) on 02/05/2011

Dear friends! Last month I wrote inquiring about if anyone knew any natural ways to treat benign meningioma. Did not get many responses except from K. From Houston, Tx. Thanks K. Information was helpful. Thought I would just put it back out there again in case I did not submit enough information. Last month I was diagnosed with frontal meningoma which was detected when I had a small seizure and confirmed with a CT/MRT. Presently taking anticonvulsant medication to help reduce chance of another seizure occuring. Doctor suggest removing it, but will wait a couple of months to see if it grows any more. Reasonly, I read that a diet that included more fruits, vegatables, and vitamin e, helped to shrink meningoma. Any information on the subject matter of natural ways to help shrink meningoma would be much appreciated. Thanks again K. From houston and God bless you all!!!

Replied by Dan (Clearwater, Florida) on 11/19/2011

I have a friend who has a golf-ball sized, benign meningioma who's not on the Internet, and I've been researching things that he can do to prevent further growth and hopefully come up with something that will help it shrink.

He has had a few incidents where he has had seizures, and it appears that in each case this has happened because of an acute swelling of the tumor based on MSG (or natural flavorings) exposure.

I've been passing along some of the ideas that I've found on EarthClinic and he's tried some of them.

He's kind of in a holding-pattern, waiting to see if the meningioma is going to grow any more, and going back for additional MRIs every now and then. The radiologist who examines the MRI's says the analysis is accurate to 1/32nd of an inch, so the question is how long does it take to grow another 1/32 of an inch or to shrink by that much so a comparison with the prior MRI shows a difference one way or the other?

This kind of tumor is inside the skull but outside the brain. I think this means that it's not subject to the blood-brain-barrier so some remedies that would not work if it were actually in the brain might be used, however it's still inside the skull, so my understanding is that it can press on the brain and cause problems that way (and it's my assumption that this is how MSG in the diet provokes a siezure. ) Please don't take this as a fact, as I'm making educated guesses on this -- if anyone has references which show more about how this works, I'd love to see them.

I haven't been able to find many ideas on alternative remedies that will safely (i.e., without swelling) help discourage the tumor back into nothingness, so once again if you have any info on this, please post.


Replied by Tina (Houston, Usa) on 11/19/2011

Please try googling 'pranic healing'. It has been a blessing in curing my benign tumor in the head region.

Good luck


Replied by Dud (From The Woods Of, Wv, Usa) on 11/19/2011


First, stop the cause;

1.] take his cell phone [microwaves emmitter] away from him.

2.] take his "cordless" phone [microwaves emmitter] away from him.

3.] buy him a "land-line" phone to use. [no microwaves]

4.] disable his computers wireless devices [microwave emitter] and use cables instead.

5.] put metal shielding on the interior house wall that the power company electric "smart meter" [microwave emmitter] is attached to. (His analog electric meter was swithced to a emf radiating meter a couple of years ago. ) See if he is sleeping near this radiation source. Lobby your congressman to force the power company to replace it with the old analog type meter.

6.] Then try to treat the symptom [tumor].


Replied by Judith (North Bergen, New Jersey) on 01/19/2013

Essiac tea it is proven by a human, to shrink and dissolve meningioma tumors, research it.

Replied by Maylin (St Pete Fl) on 05/22/2016

Did your tumor shrink? If so can you tell us what remedy you used?
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Replied by LY (Louisiana) on 07/30/2021

I was diagnosed with a meningioma brain tumor (located at lower back of skull) in 2014. I have had recurring issues related to stress levels, and have found intermittent success in keeping stress levels low, setting boundaries for what I am able to do, and working only temporary jobs. If I begin to feel stress and anxiety building, I detach myself from it. Currently, my meningioma is not growing. I encourage anyone with a brain tumor to set boundaries without apology. We may want to do more, but, we have to take care of ourselves first and foremost. Peace and tranquility to you all.

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