A cure for cancer? Too many to name

A cure for cancer? Too many to name

It may be difficult for you to believe, but beyond changing your eating habits, there are many cures for cancer hidden in plain sight in books by unconventional doctors. There is little or no publicity about these remedies. Some doctors and others have tried these things, collected their observations, and then written up the results.

According to them, the body has an amazing capacity to heal itself, if it is both free of toxins and well-nourished. These remedies include, but are not limited to:

  1. Gerson method, as researched, practiced, and published by the late Dr. Max Gerson, MD, including green smoothies (or juice), an adequate potassium-sodium balance, and coffee enemas,

  2. Budwig protocol, as researched by the late Dr. Joanna Budwig, MD, most of all a mix of cottage cheese and flaxseed oil,

  3. Hoxsey protocol, as promoted by the late Harry Hoxsey, including a mix of certain herbs,

  4. Essiac tea, as described by the late René Caisse, the Canadian nurse, including a mix of certain herbs in a tea,

  5. cannabis oil (not smoke), as researched and made by Rick Simpson, among others, but also questioned,

  6. sweet wormwood (Artemisia annua), either tincture or tea, as researched, also against malaria,

  7. digestive enzymes, also known as pancreatic enzymes and proteolytic enzymes, as researched by the late Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez MD, William Kelly DDS, and John Beard,

  8. iodine, specifically nascent (atomic, charged) iodine, possibly Lugol’s iodine, as described by Dr. Mark Sircus OMD and Dr. David Brownstein MD, among others, such as French doctor Jena Lugol,

  9. sodium bicarbonate (between meals and in small doses with water), or injected, according to the method of Dr. Tiullo Simoncini MD,

  10. chlorine dioxide, as described by Jim Simpson, Andreas Kalcker, and Kerry Rivera, and other oxygen therapies,

  11. mistletoe (Viscum album), as used freely in Switzerland, and described by Dr. Mark Hancock MD,  

  12. laetrile, also known as vitamin B17, and described by the late Dr. Ernst Krebs, MD, and others,

  13. DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide), as described by Dr. Wendy Sullivan MD,

  14. frankincense, even including published research, and as adjunct,

  15. intravenous high-dose vitamin C, as described here, practiced by Dr. Ron Hunnnghake MD at the Riordan Clinic, and documented by Dr. Tom Levy MD,

  16. frequency therapy, as researched by the late Royal Rife, the late Dr. Hulda Clark ND, and others,

  17. dandelion, graviola (annonaceous acetogenins), curcuma (turmeric), pomegranate, cat’s claw, milk thistle (Silybum marianum), pau d’arco, selenium, and others.

Nota bene. This is a listing of research published by unconventional medical doctors and others. This is not an offer to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. I am not a doctor. Do your own research.

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