Oleander

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Oleander

by Sball18 on Thu Mar 15, 2007 12:00 AM

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Has anyone ever used the Oleander Plant as an alternative treatment for cancer??  How were the results and how difficult was it to handle.  I hear it can be very toxic in its raw form, but also very effective.  My mother has Stage IV Pancreatic Cancer and has been taken off all conventional treatments. 

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by Lehmans on Thu Mar 15, 2007 12:00 AM

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On 3/15/2007 Sball18 wrote:

Has anyone ever used the Oleander Plant as an alternative treatment for cancer??  How were the results and how difficult was it to handle.  I hear it can be very toxic in its raw form, but also very effective.  My mother has Stage IV Pancreatic Cancer and has been taken off all conventional treatments. 

My mother is also in Stage IV pancreatic cancer with hope from the doctors.  To look at her she looks fine and is living alone.  For the last 2 weeks I found something called ambrotose made by a company Mannatech which she is on with lots of other high powered nutritional supplements.  I have not heard of the source that you have mentioned.

Perhaps we can share information

 

 

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by Runnerlady on Mon Mar 26, 2007 12:00 AM

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On 3/15/2007 Sball18 wrote:

Has anyone ever used the Oleander Plant as an alternative treatment for cancer??  How were the results and how difficult was it to handle.  I hear it can be very toxic in its raw form, but also very effective.  My mother has Stage IV Pancreatic Cancer and has been taken off all conventional treatments. 

 

I have been trying it for about a week and a half or so. It took about 6 hours to make, and you have to be very careful because every part of the plant is poisonous.

You start out with really small dosages, 1/2 tsp 3 times a day and increase as your body adjusts and you can tolerate it. The goal is to build up to 1 tbsp 3 times a day. It really tastes like rat poison, so I would recommend putting it in a shake or some juice to make it go down easier and then drink lots of water.

I won't know how successful it is until I go back to the doc. I had a CT recently that showed a 4-cm solid mass suspicious for renal cell carcinoma. The way our county is, a person could easily die before they get to you when you do not have insurance, so while I am waiting to be seen and further evaluated, I thought I would give this a try.

You might also check out the Envita Center in Scottsdale, Arizona. You can google them. They looked like an amazing place to me that is getting remarkable results with alternative therapies.

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by Commonsense on Mon Mar 26, 2007 12:00 AM

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 Someone on my other group has had great success and he made a soup I will write and get some more details as I have forgotten..

On 3/26/2007 Runnerlady wrote:

 

On 3/15/2007 Sball18 wrote:

Has anyone ever used the Oleander Plant as an alternative treatment for cancer??  How were the results and how difficult was it to handle.  I hear it can be very toxic in its raw form, but also very effective.  My mother has Stage IV Pancreatic Cancer and has been taken off all conventional treatments. 

 

I have been trying it for about a week and a half or so. It took about 6 hours to make, and you have to be very careful because every part of the plant is poisonous.

You start out with really small dosages, 1/2 tsp 3 times a day and increase as your body adjusts and you can tolerate it. The goal is to build up to 1 tbsp 3 times a day. It really tastes like rat poison, so I would recommend putting it in a shake or some juice to make it go down easier and then drink lots of water.

I won't know how successful it is until I go back to the doc. I had a CT recently that showed a 4-cm solid mass suspicious for renal cell carcinoma. The way our county is, a person could easily die before they get to you when you do not have insurance, so while I am waiting to be seen and further evaluated, I thought I would give this a try.

You might also check out the Envita Center in Scottsdale, Arizona. You can google them. They looked like an amazing place to me that is getting remarkable results with alternative therapies.


 

RE: Oleander

by Dquixote1217 on Tue Apr 03, 2007 12:00 AM

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Hello -

I am the author of the book "Cancer's Natural Enemy", whose primary topic is oleander and it's uses against cancer and other cell proliferative diseases, and I am also the moderator of the Yahoo health group "oleandersoup" (http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/oleandersoup/ ).

During the course of my research and my involvement with oleander and other natural cancer remedies I have either personally encountered or else learned about a very large number of people who have successfully used oleander (and yes, it is very highly toxic in raw form - but not when properly boiled and condensed according to directions).

One of the most amazing reports I have received about oleander is from South Africa, where noted cancer and HIV crusader and researcher Marc Swanepoel is using an oleander based product he formulated to treat cancer and HIV-AIDS.  During the past three years he has seen his product used to treat 350 HIV patients and 80 cancer patients.

Of the 350 HIV patients, ALL are alive and doing well.  Of the 80 cancer patients, many with cancers in advanced stages, 72 are alive and well.  Of the 8 that did not make it, 5 were so weak and in their final days that they could not keep the supplement down and another 3 succumbed to major organ failure as a result of prior chemo treatments.

The product he formulated is known as OPC and it contains 80% oleander extract made exactly according to the directions for "oleander soup" as well as extracts of three other rain forest botanicals: the Agaricus Blazei Murill (ABM) mushroom, Cat's Claw and Pau D'Arco.

A couple of notes about oleander.  First, although I do not personally recommend traditional chemo or radiation ever, oleander has been demonstrated to alleviate or eliminate all known side effects commonly associated with such treatments, including hair loss.

Secondly, in European studies in 1986-87, oleander was shown to have six times the immune stimulating activity of the most powerful patented immune stimulators known to man.

For more information about oleander, feel free to join my group.  You can also find information at the International Wellness website (http://www.mnwelldir.org ) and the Cancertutor site (http://www.cancertutor.com ) as well as at the Wikipedia page for oleander (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oleander )

I hope you find this information helpful.

Live long, live healthy, live happy!

RE: Oleander

by Sball18 on Sat Apr 07, 2007 12:00 AM

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Thank you for your help.  We made it for my mother and she has been taking it for a week as well.  I hope all works out for the best for you.

RE: Oleander

by Commonsense on Tue May 01, 2007 12:00 AM

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 I see that book author of Oleander soup wrote a reply it is worth looking at.  There is a patient in my support group on this soup and he is now in remission (lung) and doing very well so I would look into it.

On 3/15/2007 Lehmans wrote:

 

On 3/15/2007 Sball18 wrote:

Has anyone ever used the Oleander Plant as an alternative treatment for cancer??  How were the results and how difficult was it to handle.  I hear it can be very toxic in its raw form, but also very effective.  My mother has Stage IV Pancreatic Cancer and has been taken off all conventional treatments. 

My mother is also in Stage IV pancreatic cancer with hope from the doctors.  To look at her she looks fine and is living alone.  For the last 2 weeks I found something called ambrotose made by a company Mannatech which she is on with lots of other high powered nutritional supplements.  I have not heard of the source that you have mentioned.

Perhaps we can share information

 

 


 

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