LEMON KILLS CANCER CELLS...

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Lemon Kills Cancer Cells...

by ILOVEDAD on Sun Jan 30, 2011 03:39 PM

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I just wanted to share... Of course I am not proposing lemons in lieu of chemotherapy.  I always squeeze a full lemon in dad's juiced juice (1/2 beet, organic carrots, apples, pears, kale, oranges and any other fruits and veggies in his fridge).  I also add in liquid flax seed oil.  He drinks one-liter per day.

Since I read this study, I will now peal a full lemon and juice and squeeze in 2.  It can't hurt.  I will do anything I can for my dad.  I am thrilled to report, dad is doing exceptionally well!! 

Institute of Health Sciences, 819 N. L.L.C. Charles Street Baltimore , MD 1201.
This is the latest in medicine, effective for cancer!

Read carefully & you be the judge. 

Lemon (Citrus) is a miraculous product to kill cancer cells. It is 10,000 times stronger than chemotherapy. 

Why do we not know about that? Because there are laboratories interested in making a synthetic version that will bring them huge profits. You can now help a friend in need by letting him/her know that lemon juice is beneficial in preventing the disease. Its taste is pleasant and it does not produce the horrific effects of chemotherapy. How many people will die while this closely guarded secret is kept, so as not to jeopardize the beneficial multimillionaires large corporations? As you know, the lemon tree is known for its varieties of lemons and limes. You can eat the fruit in different ways: you can eat the pulp, juice press, prepare drinks, sorbets, pastries, etc... It is credited with many virtues, but the most interesting is the effect it produces on cysts and tumors. This plant is a proven remedy against cancers of all types. Some say it is very useful in all variants of cancer. It is considered also as an anti microbial spectrum against bacterial infections and fungi, effective against internal parasites and worms, it regulates blood pressure which is too high and an antidepressant, combats stress and nervous disorders.

The source of this information is fascinating: it comes from one of the largest drug manufacturers in the world, says that after more than 20 laboratory tests since 1970, the extracts revealed that: It destroys the malignant cells in 12 cancers, including colon, breast, prostate, lung and pancreas ...The compounds of this tree showed 10,000 times better than the product Adriamycin, a drug normally used chemotherapeutic in the world, slowing the growth of cancer cells. And what is even more astonishing: this type of therapy with lemon extract only destroys malignant cancer cells and it does not affect healthy cells.

Institute of Health Sciences, 819 N. L.L.C. Cause Street, Baltimore, MD1201

RE: LEMON KILLS CANCER CELLS...

by beatingcancer on Sun Jan 30, 2011 04:18 PM

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Thank you for sharing this information. Glad to hear your dad is doing so well. It is something to praise God about! :) My husband juices also, but just not the fruit. I think juicing is geat. I am not surprised of the power that God made the little lemon to have.  Thank you. God bless you and your dad.

In Christ, Lynn

"I applied to my heart to know, to search, and to seek out wisdom and the reason for things."  Ecc. 7:25

RE: Lemon Kills Cancer Cells...

by LucyLynn22 on Mon Mar 07, 2011 08:00 PM

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This is a very dangerous rumor circulating the web.  Just some basic FYI.  First of all, always be leary of any "scientific evidence" claim that does not even list the studies performed, by who, etc.  If this information were true, it would be well documented and then peer reviewed.  In addition, any website (for example IHS listed in this claim) that does not end in org or gov or have the HON code is not reliable.  We all want cures for cancer but when people start spreading false information and others actually believe it, it could be dangerous.  I personally know of people stopping their meds in lieu of some "miracle" cure they heard of. 

Just ask yourself these questions of the claims made:

It's 10,000 times stronger than chemo?  Where did that come from? What part of the lemon?  How many lemons would you have to consume to get "10,000" times more than chemo?  How is it eaten? As many know, most the nutrients in foods are in the skin and pith so should be eat the entire lemon? 

Lemon trees known for it's lemons AND limes?  So now lemons and limes grow on one tree? 

"it is a proven remedy against cancers of all types" Really?   Where are these studies, by whom and how many people actually allowed a study to use lemons on them instead of chemo to prove this claim.  It regulates blood pressure? Really?  Where are these studies and who did these studies?  Where are the studies reported / recorded?

This comes from one of the largest drug manufacturers in the world?  Who?  If it were that easy (to just consume lemons) then why is their cancer?  Would an actual company "leak" this out if it were true?  And they couldn't harness this stuff since 1970?  Think about all these things. 

I'm sorry, I'm not trying to sound mean but I'm just trying to point out some basic facts as I know personally, people that have died because they believed that they didn't need chemo and only needed "natural" remedies.  

Whenever there is a claim of this magnitude you have to ask where, when, who, why, how?  Lemon juice DOES have some great qualities and I drink lemon water everyday for the detox and vitamin C benefits...but I highly doubt it can "cure" cancer. If it were only that simple. 

RE: Lemon Kills Cancer Cells...

by bob9304 on Thu Mar 10, 2011 02:45 AM

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On Mar 07, 2011 8:00 PM LucyLynn22 wrote:

This is a very dangerous rumor circulating the web.  Just some basic FYI.  First of all, always be leary of any "scientific evidence" claim that does not even list the studies performed, by who, etc.  If this information were true, it would be well documented and then peer reviewed.  In addition, any website (for example IHS listed in this claim) that does not end in org or gov or have the HON code is not reliable.  We all want cures for cancer but when people start spreading false information and others actually believe it, it could be dangerous.  I personally know of people stopping their meds in lieu of some "miracle" cure they heard of. 

Just ask yourself these questions of the claims made:

It's 10,000 times stronger than chemo?  Where did that come from? What part of the lemon?  How many lemons would you have to consume to get "10,000" times more than chemo?  How is it eaten? As many know, most the nutrients in foods are in the skin and pith so should be eat the entire lemon? 

Lemon trees known for it's lemons AND limes?  So now lemons and limes grow on one tree? 

"it is a proven remedy against cancers of all types" Really?   Where are these studies, by whom and how many people actually allowed a study to use lemons on them instead of chemo to prove this claim.  It regulates blood pressure? Really?  Where are these studies and who did these studies?  Where are the studies reported / recorded?

This comes from one of the largest drug manufacturers in the world?  Who?  If it were that easy (to just consume lemons) then why is their cancer?  Would an actual company "leak" this out if it were true?  And they couldn't harness this stuff since 1970?  Think about all these things. 

I'm sorry, I'm not trying to sound mean but I'm just trying to point out some basic facts as I know personally, people that have died because they believed that they didn't need chemo and only needed "natural" remedies.  

Whenever there is a claim of this magnitude you have to ask where, when, who, why, how?  Lemon juice DOES have some great qualities and I drink lemon water everyday for the detox and vitamin C benefits...but I highly doubt it can "cure" cancer. If it were only that simple. 

I have to agree with LucyLynn22, I have checked on alot of these natural cures, and while some have benifits, some of them are just put out by greedy individuals who are willing to take advantige of a bad situation.  Check each claim for its validity.  Thank you for sharing though.

RE: Lemon Kills Cancer Cells...

by hondon on Thu Mar 31, 2011 03:29 AM

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On Mar 07, 2011 8:00 PM LucyLynn22 wrote:

This is a very dangerous rumor circulating the web.  Just some basic FYI.  First of all, always be leary of any "scientific evidence" claim that does not even list the studies performed, by who, etc.  If this information were true, it would be well documented and then peer reviewed.  In addition, any website (for example IHS listed in this claim) that does not end in org or gov or have the HON code is not reliable.  We all want cures for cancer but when people start spreading false information and others actually believe it, it could be dangerous.  I personally know of people stopping their meds in lieu of some "miracle" cure they heard of. 

Just ask yourself these questions of the claims made:

It's 10,000 times stronger than chemo?  Where did that come from? What part of the lemon?  How many lemons would you have to consume to get "10,000" times more than chemo?  How is it eaten? As many know, most the nutrients in foods are in the skin and pith so should be eat the entire lemon? 

Lemon trees known for it's lemons AND limes?  So now lemons and limes grow on one tree? 

"it is a proven remedy against cancers of all types" Really?   Where are these studies, by whom and how many people actually allowed a study to use lemons on them instead of chemo to prove this claim.  It regulates blood pressure? Really?  Where are these studies and who did these studies?  Where are the studies reported / recorded?

This comes from one of the largest drug manufacturers in the world?  Who?  If it were that easy (to just consume lemons) then why is their cancer?  Would an actual company "leak" this out if it were true?  And they couldn't harness this stuff since 1970?  Think about all these things. 

I'm sorry, I'm not trying to sound mean but I'm just trying to point out some basic facts as I know personally, people that have died because they believed that they didn't need chemo and only needed "natural" remedies.  

Whenever there is a claim of this magnitude you have to ask where, when, who, why, how?  Lemon juice DOES have some great qualities and I drink lemon water everyday for the detox and vitamin C benefits...but I highly doubt it can "cure" cancer. If it were only that simple. 

RE: Lemon Kills Cancer Cells...

by ILOVEDAD on Thu Mar 31, 2011 11:50 AM

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Hey guys,

Please allow me to clarify.  All I meant is that I added extra lemon to dad's water, juice and food.  By NO MEANS EVER did I suggest not doing conventional treatment.

Amy 

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by Lorre_G on Thu Mar 31, 2011 02:35 PM

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While a healthy diet will always consists of fruits and vegetables, claims like these will always send people off on a search for a "cure" that does not exist.  I agree with the person who pointed out that this claim gives no data and not even the name of this large pharmaceutical company who they say has this information.  Also, have you tried looking up the Institute of Health Sciences?  Do that and see what you find. 

Lorre

RE: Lemon Kills Cancer Cells...

by ILOVEDAD on Thu Mar 31, 2011 02:54 PM

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Lorre,

It doesn't matter to me anymore.  I lost my dad and best friend.  I am devastated.

Amy

 

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by GoldDustWoman on Thu Mar 31, 2011 03:01 PM

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Yes, I agree that these kinds of rumors are dangerous.  I know that ILOVEDAD posted this as only a supplement so please know I am finding no fault at all with that or with her post.  That's what we're here for and we don't want to discourage any information sharing from our friends here.  What I do find fault with is that whenever there's some mystery study with statements like "10,000 times more effective than chemo", it's almost always tied to an attempt to sell some miracle cure product. Somoene posted something last week - about milk thistle I think it was -  and it was of course tied to a product.  I didn't search on the institute but I'm willing to bet that somehow there's a sales pitch tied to this - someone out there trying to take advantage of scared people. 

Keep up the discussions - they're good to have - and thank you ILOVEDAD for sharing ~

Much love to all ~ GDW

RE: Lemon Kills Cancer Cells...

by Lorre_G on Thu Mar 31, 2011 03:31 PM

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5 Suggestions for Evaluating a Healthcare Web Site

Look at the address of the web site.

Web site addresses ending in ".com: are generally commercial sites - their primary goal is to sell products or services. Web sites ending with ".org" belong to the not-for-profit charities, social service organizations, or not-for-profit hospitals. Sites ending in ".edu" are educational institutions, such as colleges and universities. United States government sites end in ".gov" or ".us". Knowing how the site is registered (as a .com, .org, .edu .gov) can help you determine the objectivity of the information.

Look for a privacy policy.

A privacy policy tells you what information is collected from visitors to the site (knowingly and unknowingly), what might be done with the information, how your information is protected, and your rights at the site. Look for a privacy policy link on the homepage or an "about us" section on the site. If the site is a sub-section of a larger site, you may find the privacy policy at the primary site. Provide personal information only if you believe it will be protected.

Look for a physical address.

A legitimate web site should clearly display a street address at which you can find real people connected to the site. Beware of a site without a street address. If you are still curious, find a registered owner of the site using the Who I feature at www.register.com .

Look for an author and a date.

Anyone - including your mother and neighbors - can put anything on the Internet. If it is healthcare information you’ve found, a healthcare professional should be acknowledged for the preparation or review of that material. Information should be dated to help you decide if it’s still applicable. Unless you are exploring a history site, you’ll want materials no more than a few years old.

A dose of skepticism goes a long way.

Unfortunately, the anonymity of the Internet makes it the perfect place to market quack therapies. Be a good detective; validate the information before believing. (Remember the tip above - anyone can put anything on the Internet.) If you find something of interest from an unfamiliar source, print it and ask a healthcare professional you trust.

 

This article is from The American Brain Tumor Association publication, MESSAGELINE,

Spring 2006, Volume XXXIII Issue I.

The Networking Links section of their web site features a list of ABTA-reviewed sites. Visit

www.abta.org /internetresources2.htm

for a list and links.

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