Salvestrol

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Salvestrol

by abby12 on Tue Jul 31, 2012 07:00 AM

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Is there anyone out there who is trying Salvestrol Platinum or know of anyone using it.

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RE: Salvestrol

by harryellery on Wed Aug 01, 2012 10:57 PM

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I just ordered a 3 month supply today. After extensive digging into the background of this product, I have to say that it appears credible, although it did not seem so at the outset. Will report fully on this board. I will be taking 6,000 points per day along side of Lupron and Casodex.

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RE: Salvestrol

by rjcrossley on Fri Aug 03, 2012 09:14 AM

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On Aug 01, 2012 10:57 PM harryellery wrote:

I just ordered a 3 month supply today. After extensive digging into the background of this product, I have to say that it appears credible, although it did not seem so at the outset. Will report fully on this board. I will be taking 6,000 points per day along side of Lupron and Casodex.

Hi harryellery yeah Salvestrol.a realy Good choice. Here  only part of one of the report on it  all the best

 Ray

Salvestrols are natural compounds, found in a number of fruits and vegetables (e.g. tangerines, cranberries, blueberries, strawberries, red grapes), which are specifically activated by a family of enzymes found only in cancer cells. When so activated, the salvestrols cause the cancer cells to self-destruct (apoptosis). Prof. Gerry Potter (University of Leicester, UK) suggests that the enzymeshave evolved as a physiological rescue mechanism. The process has been demonstrated in vitro, in cell lines taken from many different types of human cancerous tissue. Salvestrols may therefore possess anti-cancer properties when ingested.The first salvestrol to be discovered was resveratrol, found in red grapes.

Salvestrols are produced by plants in response to fungal attack and other infections. When plants are sprayed with fungicides and pesticides, their production of salvestrols is impaired, since they are no longer challenged by these diseases. Properly grown organic fruits and vegetables therefore contain disease-fighting substances such as salvestrols, which are absent from or present in far smaller quantities in non-organically grown produce.

Considerable publicity has been given to resveratrol as the substances found in red grapes, red grape juice and red wine. Resveratrol, however, is unstable, disappearing from red wine within an hour of opening the bottle. Taking advantage of the publicity, a number of companies now offer red grape extract. But before purchasing any such product, it is worth quizzing the company on their extraction methods, as well as the concentration and stability of active resveratrol in their product.

Nature's Defence – A commercial biotech company set up to research salvestrol-based and allied substances, resulting from the work of the Cancer Drug Discovery Group at the De Montfort University in Leicester, UK, headed by Prof. Gerry Potter. Among other useful information is a short video that is worth viewing. For ethical reasons, Prof. Potter does does not believe in animal testing. Clinical trials among human beings are proving difficult to organize because salvestrol products are relatively inexpensive, and no cancer patient is willing to be part of a control group who does not get the treatment. However, cell culture experiments have been very promising, and there is an increasing body of positive anecdotal evidence concerning the efficacy of salvestrols.

SalvestrolScience – A good source of information on salvestrols, from salvestrol vendor, Nature's Defence.

British Journal of Cancer – Study of the cancer preventive agent resveratrol.

British Journal of Haematology – “Analysis of resveratrol-induced apoptosis in human B-cell chronic leukaemia (CLL)” (2002).

Leukemia & Lymphoma – “Comparative antiproliferative and apoptotic effects of resveratrol, epsilon-viniferin and vine-shots derived polyphenols (vineatrols) on chronic B lymphocytic leukemia cells (CLL) and normal human lymphocytes” (2002).

Carcinogenesis – “Resveratrol inhibits the growth and induces the apoptosis of both normal and leukemic hematopoietic cells" (2002).

Institute for Complementary Medicine Journal – Informative article, “Can salvestrols fruit and vegetables cut cancer deaths?”

Fruit Force – Salvestrol sales website for Nature’s Defence in the UK.

Salvestrol.ca – Salvestrol sales website for Nature’s Defence in Canada.

Cancer Drug Discovery Group – Research group at the Leicester School of Pharmacy, De Montfort University, directed by Professor Gerry Potter, Professor of Medicinal Chemistry.

Biomedica – Concerning their proprietary product Immune Fx, a blend of medicinal mushrooms and other anti-cancer substances extracted from green tea and grapes, including resveratrols.


http://www.self-helpcancer.org/cancertreatment2a.htm

RE: Salvestrol

by mastergreener on Tue Nov 06, 2012 02:35 PM

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On Aug 01, 2012 10:57 PM harryellery wrote:

I just ordered a 3 month supply today. After extensive digging into the background of this product, I have to say that it appears credible, although it did not seem so at the outset. Will report fully on this board. I will be taking 6,000 points per day along side of Lupron and Casodex.

Hi,

Any luck with the Salvestrols?

Thanks,

Karl

RE: Salvestrol

by POOKIETRAIN on Wed Nov 07, 2012 02:02 AM

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On Aug 01, 2012 10:57 PM harryellery wrote:

I just ordered a 3 month supply today. After extensive digging into the background of this product, I have to say that it appears credible, although it did not seem so at the outset. Will report fully on this board. I will be taking 6,000 points per day along side of Lupron and Casodex.

I wish you well. Can salvestrol be taken while on Zytiga and prednisone? Where can it be bought? I also was skeptical but the more I read about it the more I become interested.

RE: Salvestrol

by qwerty77 on Wed Nov 21, 2012 02:41 PM

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Hello ! I'am in the same situation; do you have any feed back from somebody who took Salvestrols ?

Thanks !

All the best !

RE: Salvestrol

by mastergreener on Wed Nov 21, 2012 02:46 PM

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I have my mother on them 2 weeks now. No side affects. Gerry Potter said it would take 2 months to see the benefits (shes stage IV metastasised).

I will report back with results.

To buy I got them www.1880life.com

Karl

RE: Salvestrol

by qwerty77 on Wed Nov 21, 2012 03:01 PM

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Thanks, Karl. It will be useful if someone with prostate cancer will report

RE: Salvestrol

by patromano on Tue Nov 27, 2012 04:21 AM

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On Nov 21, 2012 3:01 PM qwerty77 wrote:

Thanks, Karl. It will be useful if someone with prostate cancer will report

My dad who has recurrent prostate cancer after failed radiation is currently on 8000 pts/ day and will increase them to 12000 pts in a couple of weeks. He is not on any other therapies. We will get a PSA reading sometime in March and report back on the results.

Pat

RE: Salvestrol

by qwerty77 on Tue Nov 27, 2012 08:56 AM

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Hello Pat,

Can you tell me please the evolution/history of therapies and PSA from the beginning ? Your father is mCRPC ? (methastatic castrate resistent prostate cancer). When he left other therapies and when he started with Salvestrols ? Thank you very much for your replay, it's very difficult to find people which are using Salvestrols.

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