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by kerdes on Thu Mar 22, 2012 06:47 PM
How can you be sure it will work on an advanced cancer?
by gerrypotter on Thu Mar 22, 2012 10:05 PM
On Mar 22, 2012 6:47 PM kerdes wrote: How can you be sure it will work on an advanced cancer?
On Mar 22, 2012 6:47 PM kerdes wrote:
Dear Kerry, I cannot be sure that it will work in every particular case. What I do know is that many people who turn to salvestrols have very advanced cancer which has typically spread to the bones and liver. These people have no real alternative options open to them. There have been several cases of people with stage 4 cancer that have made full recoveries using salvestrols. From my experience salvestrols have a greater than 90% chance of working.
by aleyderm on Thu Mar 22, 2012 11:10 PM
by bundy on Fri Mar 23, 2012 02:50 AM
Do you have any case studies on ovarian cancer?
by gerrypotter on Fri Mar 23, 2012 01:33 PM
Hi Anna, Salvestrols are compatible with chemotherapy but I recommend taking only one capsule daily while you are undergoing treatment. If you are advised not to eat then do not take any. Some naturapathic doctors prescribe salvestrols to combat the side effects of chemotherapy.
Irinotecan is a powerful anticancer agent derived from the Chinese Happy Tree which has been used to treat cancer in traditional chinese medicine for centuries. It is better than most chemotherapy agents and is good because it is not carcinogenic. Irinotecan is typically used in combination therapy combined with a variety of other cytotoxic agents.
I have found 2 testimonials from a Dutch website of people who have taken salvestrols while undergoing chemotherapy:
· Salvestrol & Chemotherapy
On 05 december 2011
I used Salvestrol platinum on the advice of my naturopath, combined with my chemotherapy. This time the recovery was faster after my treatment and I was less sick. Since I have used this product it has really improved my health. I recommend it to anyone who has to deal with cancer (as a supplement to conventional treatment).
· Salvestrol chemo
OnJuly 19, 2010
Salvestrol in combination with chemotherapy is safe to do. My condition remained good.My blood count barely dropped. My HB remained above 8.1. I was never once sick, weak or nauseous. The fatigue was negligible when I compare myself with fellow patients. Now after the chemo I continue to take Salvestrol. I feel great. I also take a large dose of vitamin C.
by gerrypotter on Fri Mar 23, 2012 01:49 PM
Hi Mark, in the lab ovarian cancer cells expressed the highest level of the slavestrol activase enzyme CYP1B1 and so this type of cancer should be very sensitive to salvestrol therapy. We have had many cases of women with ovarian cancer that have benefited from salvestrols but most of these cases are not clear cut due to other therapies being taken as well. The only clear cut case was lady with stage 4 ovarian cancer who was in fact the first person to ever take salvestrols and she is still cancer free after 8 years.
by rolin on Fri Mar 23, 2012 05:29 PM
Dear Dr. Potter,I read that glaucoma is a neurodegenerative disease.Salvestrol are useful in glaucoma? One can hope to improve with'taking Salvestrol?Thank you for your availability.Cordial greetings.Rolin.
by gerrypotter on Fri Mar 23, 2012 06:02 PM
Dear Rolin, the connection between glaucoma and salvestrols is interesting. There is a rare inherited genetic disorder called heriditary congenital glaucoma that is caused by a mutation of the CYP1B1 enzyme that activates salvestrols. In this disease the enzyme is less active and does not metabolise the salvestrols properly. I do not know if salvestrols have ever been tried for glaucoma but they do have a possibility of working. The best natural cure for glaucoma is the cannabis plant, and this is thought to be due to the THC content. Cannabis Sativa also contains salvestrols so these may be helping in the mechanism by which it works.
by bundy on Fri Mar 23, 2012 06:26 PM
Great!!! I will show that to my friend. She has just been diagnosed and is scared and not sure what to do. I would love for her to try this salvestrol therapy.
by aleyderm on Fri Mar 23, 2012 07:04 PM
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