Bloodroot: A Medicinal Plant

The Fda and Bloodroot
Posted by Trish (Kansas City, MO) on 09/06/2007
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This comment is in response to the individual [Edit. Note: See Ally's email below] who mentioned quackwatch.com. Yes, the FDA has not spent any money researching bloodroot because it is a natural substance and is not patentable. Most folks aren't going to spend money researching something if there's not profit to gain, especially organization like the FDA and Big Pharma whose only interests ARE profit, not people. Also, you should go back and notice who operates quackwatch.com. Lo and behold, a medical doctor...someone who probably won't make too much money if he tells his cancer patients to take bloodroot and avoid costly surgery and chemo. He also has the following listed on his site as 'signs' of a 'quacky' website: General Characteristics: Any site used to market herbs or dietary supplements. Although some are useful, I do not believe it is possible to sell them profitably without deception, which typically includes:

(a) lack of full disclosure of relevant facts,
(b) promotion or sale of products that lack a rational use, and/or
(c) failure to provide advice indicating who should not use the products.

During more than 35 years of watching the health marketplace, I have never encountered a seller who did not do at least one of these three things. Any site used to market or promote homeopathic products. No such products have been proven effective.

Any site that generally promotes "alternative," "complementary," and/or "integrative" methods. There are more than a thousand such methods. The vast majority are worthless.

Any site that promotes "nontoxic," "natural," "holistic," or "miraculous" treatments.

So EarthClinic.com is now a 'quacky' website?? I think not! No disrespect to nay-sayers or doctors...but I can tell you for several years I have dealt with chronic constipation, severe acid reflux and heartburn, depression, insomnia, acne, and the list goes on....I went to several doctors, had several cameras inserted through just about every hole in my body and was constantly sent home with a prescription or the threat of a future surgery. I had mentioned on more than one occasion to my doctor about possibly getting colonics done, after reading about how insanely importantly it is to keep your intestines and colon clean as they are a major govern in your immune system. I was told that colonics are dangerous. I have been getting them done for over a year now and my health has never been better. No acid reflux, skin is remarkably better, no depression, and so on. Oh, and for the record...those of you who go to WebMD for advice as well, that site is a marketing tool for BigPharma.


The Fda and Bloodroot
Posted by Kent Estes (Lake Wales, FL) on 05/28/2007
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I am the Kent who's emails were so astounding that the FEDs used it to help prosecute Mr Caton. (altcancer.com) Unfortunately, for Greg, they (the Feds) determined on their own behalf without contacting or consulting me, that my story was unbelieveable and used it to convict Greg. Mind you he was convicted on all sorts of Bogus charges as altcancer.com used all the correct wording to avert selling as "medicine" by US law. The court dis-allowed me to testify. I am healed of Carcinoma of the tongue grade 3 with US/FDA/AMA doctors and lab results before, and the Texas renowned Cancer Clinic after showing that not even a microscopic remnant of cancer was left at the site or in my blood. It has been 7 years, since that time. I am looking for a good source of bloodroot product for my friends and relatives as I cannot get it from altcancer any more.


The Fda and Bloodroot
Posted by Cindy (Gladstone, Michigan) on 03/20/2007
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Hi everyone,

Back a few years ago I called the Alfa Omega company about some cancer medicine for a friend of mine. The woman that answered the phone told me what to purchase. I never did buy the medicine at that time because my friend wasn't sure he wanted it. Later on he finally did tell me to go ahead and order it for him. When I called to order I was told that they didn't have any products left because the FDA raided their store and took all their products with them when they left and they also put the herbalist in jail.

Another thing about this story you have never been told yet is that this Alfa Omega store was in the Bahamas' NOT here in America. They raided his business with guns drawn. I've also heard they've done this to other places that sold natural products. As far as the Alfa Omega web site now that's here in the U.S. You think the FDA is there to protect us then think again. The drugs they sell kill more people then and kind of illness. And they are also controlled by the Mafia. Here's a web site to check it out. http://educate-yourself.org

The FDA has also threatened the guy that had this web site about his products too. The FDA also controls our government. I know this sounds like a horror story and it really is. Here's another web site you can look up: www.newswithviews.com

Earthclinic, Please don't use my last name when you put this on your web site. If anyone wants to ak me something they can ask from your web site like i've noticed others doing. Thank you for letting me spout add my 2 cents worth because when i here or read about people being put down for being willing to help others with products that really do cure people of whatever ails them it really makes me angry. As far as the FDA they haven't been testing their new drug for being safe in years, we're just their little guinea pigs.


The Fda and Bloodroot
Posted by David (Charleroi, PA) on 02/06/2007
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Blood Root Salve. You asked why the producer of Bloodroot was thrown in jail. You can NOT claim to cure, treat or diagnose any disease, or you are practicing medicine without a licence. It is the law. You can NOT distribute any such substance, making such a claim either. A doctor can NOT use a remedy that is not approved by the FDA. If you tell your doctor you are using Blood Root, he will not stop you, for fear it may actually work. The FDA will NOT approve a "drug" that is not patentable. No natural substance can be patentable. Bloodroot is a "natural substance". Therefore the FDA will never approve it for anything. There will NEVER be enough 'scientific research' for Blood Root. Because no one will ever pay the millions required for the "approved research". Some say in the USA we live in the land of the Free. This is not so when it comes to medicine or your health. Our only hope is that Sites like this remain open to the public. I pray to God that you remain open. Bless you.


The Fda and Bloodroot
Posted by Toby (Livingston, Montana) on 11/02/2006
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I just wanted to let you know that the FDA is enforcing putting testimonials on sites that sell the products, so I had to remove the testimonials and they are on www.alternativehealthtestimonials.com . This site is designed for testimonials regarding alternative health products. Thank you, Toby McAdam, Risingsunhealth products McAdam health.


The Fda and Bloodroot
Posted by Jack (Toledo, Ohio) on 05/07/2006
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ALPHA-OMEGA LABS WHICH THE FDA CLOSED DOWN FOR CURING TOO MUCH CANCER DID SELL "CANSEMA CREAM" WHICH KILLED SKIN CANCER. BLOODROOT GOT RID OF 3 PRE CANCER SPOTS ON MY SKIN.
THIS MAN WAS TOLD THERE WAS NO HOPE FOR HIM!! HE POSTED HIS OWN TREATMENT WITH GRAPHIC PICS AT THIS SITE, I KNOW THE MAN WHO HAS THE FORMULA SO IF ANYONE NEEDS IT LET ME KNOW, WORKS ON PETS ALSO.