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What's working for me

by blueangeltoo - January 11, 2011

Four months ago after a trip to the emergency room because of severe pain in the lower abdomen/bowel, I had a CT scan that showed cancer specks all over the bowel and up on the liver. I was told by the doctors that the reason I was in so much pain was because the bowel had pretty much adhered to itself where the specks appeared and was all but not functioning. The doctors told me I am having an ovarian cancer recurrence which is in-operable and that my only hope was to begin 6 rounds chemotherapy ASAP. Remembering my 2009 experience with chemo treatments and the lingering side affects, propelled me into looking for alternative methods.

Long story short: About a week before my trip to the ER, I was listening to a radio talk show, and the conversation that day was “alternative cancer treatments”. I just happen to be taking notes and at the very end of the discussion, some man called in and said that he knew people that were having luck with their cancers by following the “Kelley Eidem” method of eating hot peppers and garlic daily. He talked about how garlic is a natural cancer killer, and how cancer cells have a sticky coating around them called "fibrin" that must be dissolved first, by using the hot peppers so that the garlic can get in there and “kill” the cancer. It was also mentioned, that people that have a hard time eating hot peppers can substitute with grated ginger.

In my experience, it was a week later and I am in the throws of my illness just home from my emergency room visit and still very sick and managing my symptoms with heavy pain medication every 6 hours. In the fog of my symptoms and medication, I remembered taking those notes and I went to that website and read a short while and thought tomyself, “all I have in the house is garlic”. So, I chopped up a couple of cloves, ate them and went to sleep that evening. You can imagine my surprise, when the next morning I awoke and as soon as I opened my eyes, I knew I felt much better. My spirits just soared!!

Next, I went back to that website to read more about this simple recipe to diminish / eliminate cancer (he uses the word “cure”) and got in the car and drove to the grocery / health food stores for the remaining ingredients. Since then, I daily dice one habanero pepper and 2 cloves of garlic with some butter on a piece of bread to make a half sandwich; and just eat it! I also take a tablespoon of emulsified cod liver oil (daily) to help re-stabilize my metabolism.

Being from the mid-west, it was a "tall-order" to even imagine eating something that I knew was that “hot”. All I can say is, at that time I was so sick and in pain and looking for any kind of relief. And yes, my nose runs and I huff and puff for those few minutes a day. But at the same time, I know that the chemical compounds in the garlic and peppers are getting into my bloodstream and are all about the task of killing the cancer cells "where ever" they are in my body.

As a result, here it is January 2011 and I continue to feel better. It took a little while in the beginning, but the bowel is acting more normally and what's even more astonishing is that I continue to have energy and I also continue to look and feel more like I do when I am completely well.

Thank you Kelley, for helping me stay out of the "chemo-chair". ??Rose

Kelley Eidem yesterday wrote: ??Hi Rose, ??How fantastic is that. I'm so pleased to hear that you are getting better and better. There is no way in the world that you'd be feeling better now and with more energy if you'd gone back on chemo.??Not...one...chance...in...heaven!

You and I have been talking to each other for a few months now with you starting on the garlic in the middle of September. ?It's safe to say that there is not one ovarian cancer relapse victim with numerous bowel tumors and adhesions (outer parts of intestines sticking together - an extremely painful condition) who is doing just chemo who has more energy, less pain, and feels and looks better than they did four months ago.??That NEVER happens.

I've copied and pasted a small portion of what you said, Rose:?? "I went to that website and read a short while and thought to myself, “all I have in the house is garlic”. So, I chopped up a couple of cloves, ate them and went to sleep that evening. You can imagine my surprise, when the next morning I awoke and as soon as I opened my eyes, I knew I felt much better. My spirits just soared!!"

Everyone needs to pass this news along because right this moment there is a woman doubled up in pain who would love to know about it.

You never know how the word will get out.  If you share this news, it will reach a person who needs it.

The best to you. ??Kelley Eidem??  Together we can cure cancer - one person at a time!

I am having a recurrence of my 2009 ovarian cancer. Two months ago after a trip to the emergency room because of severe pain in the lower abdomen/bowel, I had a CT scan that showed cancer specks all over the bowel and up on the liver. I was told by the doctors that the reason I was in so much pain was because the bowel had pretty much adhered to itself where the specks appeared and was all but not functioning. The doctors told me my ovarian cancer re-currence is in-operable and that my only hope was to begin 6 rounds chemotherapy. Remembering my 2009 experience with chemo treatments and the lingering side affects, propelled me into looking for alternative methods.

Long story short: About a week before my trip to the ER, I was listening to a talk-radio show, and the conversation that day was “alternative cancer treatments”. I happen to be taking notes and at the very end of that discussion, some man called in and briefly said, he knew people that were having luck with their cancers by following the “Kelley Eidem” method of eating hot peppers and garlic daily. He talked about how garlic is a natural cancer killer, and how cancer cells have a sticky coating around them called "fibrin" that must be dissolved first by using the hot peppers so that the garlic can get in there and “kill” the cancer. It was also mentioned, that people that have a hard time eating hot peppers can substitute with grated ginger.

In my experience, it was a week later and I am in the throws of my illness just home from my emergency room visit and still very sick and managing my symptoms with heavy pain medication every 6 hours. In the fog of my symptoms and medication, I remembered taking those notes and I went to that website and read a short while and thought, “all I have in the house is garlic”. So, I chopped up a couple of cloves and ate them and went to sleep that evening. You can imagine my surprise, when the next morning I awoke and as soon as I opened my eyes, I knew I felt much better. My spirits just soared!!

Next, I went back to that website to read more about this simple recipe to diminish / eliminate cancer (he uses the word “cure”) and got in the car and drove to the grocery / health food stores for the remaining ingredients. Since then, I daily dice one habanero pepper and 2 cloves of garlic with some butter on a piece of bread to make a half sandwich; and just eat it! I also take a tablespoon of emulsified cod liver oil (daily) to help re-stabilize my metabolism.

Being from the mid-west, it was a "tall-order" to even imagine eating something that I knew was that “hot”. All I can say is, at that time I was so sick and in pain and looking for any kind of relief. And yes, my nose runs and I huff and puff for those few minutes a day. But at the same time, I know that the chemical compounds in the garlic and peppers are getting into my bloodstream and are all about the task of killing the cancer cells (where ever) they are in my body. 

As a result, here it is January 2011 and I continue to feel better. It took a little while in the beginning, but the bowel is acting more normally and what's even more astonishing is that I continue to have energy and I look and feel more like I do when I am completely well.

There is a still a lot of pressure from family and my doctors to begin chemo again; and I may do that for a time until my CA-125 numbers come down. Or, if things keep progressing, I may just wait and try to bring my numbers down on my own. All I know is, that it's nice to have one more tool in my toolbox against this hideous disease called “Cancer”.

 

Empowering

by blueangeltoo - December 22, 2010

This morning (22 Dec 10) I listened to a very important radio conversation on my computer called The Power Hour with Joyce Riley. It will be easier to find todays discussion going through the Joyce Riley archives on gcnlive . com

This very empowering 2nd and 3rd hour discussion concerned cancer and treatment.

If you take the time to find it, listen and it speaks to you = wonderful!

I would go into more detail on here, but there was too much good news and you need to hear it from them.

 

Doctors are testing out a new experimental treatment that is making a dramatic difference.

"Lung cancer was really a shock," said Glenn Mitchell.

Glenn has never smoked, so he did not expect the diagnosis.

But after less than two months of a new experimental treatment, just three pills twice a day, his cancerous tumor was gone.

“The tumor that we saw is gone,” said Suresh Ramalingham, MD of Emory University Winship Cancer Institute.

"I expected the drug to work, but not in four weeks," said Glenn.

Mitchell is one of more than 100 patients testing an experimental drug called Crizotinib. It targets the switch that turns cancer on and off.

"So the cancer cells for them to grow and multiply and spread to other parts of the body constantly require certain signals to be on, and this drug turns off the switch," said Suresh.

In recent studies, more than half the patients taking the experimental drug saw their tumors shrink.

Mitchell's treatment is going so well, he can think less about his lung cancer, and more about enjoying his retirement.

There are three separate clinical trials of the drug now recruiting patients in the Seattle area

 

http://www.clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/results?term=CRIZOTINIB+AND+NON-SMALL+LUNG+CANCER+AND+SEATTLE

Something I found today that might help.

Hot peppers kill cancer cells. Habanero, jalapeno and cayenne to name a few.  They are part of the capsicum species having multiple health effects.  The natural chemical that puts the heat in hot peppers is called "capsaisin."  In 2004, Dr. Sanjay K. Srivastava and colleagues (University of Pittsburg School of Medicine) treated Pancreatic cells with capsaisin and found that it disrupts mitochondrial function and induced apoptosis (programmed cell death) in the cancerous cells without affecting the normal pancreatic cells. In other words, capsaisin was found to be selectively toxic to cancer cells!  The results of the study were published in the April 20 2005, issue of Innovations Report.  In an article published in Reuters on March 16 2006, entitled, "Hot Peppers kill Prostate Cancer Cells In Study", Dr. Soren Lehmann of the Cedar-Sinai Medical Center and the UCLA School of Medicine asserted: "Capsaisin had a profound anti-proliferative effect on human prostate cancer cells in culture. It caused 80% of the prostate cancer cells growing in mice to commit suicide in a process called "apoptosis".  Researchers in Japan have also shown that cayenne pepper can dramatically slow the development of prostate tumors.

It is also worth noting that in the USA, the state of New Mexico has the lowest cancer mortality rate than all 50 states.  Why? One reason may be that eat more hot peppers than any other state per capita.

Garlic is also a natural food that is an anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-parasitical.  

Long story short: One day about 2 months ago I am listening to a talk radio program where they are talking about alternative cancer cure methods.  A man calls in and says he knows people that are having luck battling their cancers by eating hot peppers and garlic daily.  It was also mentioned that people that have a hard time eating peppers can substitute with grated ginger. A man named Kelley Eidem has a website (google his name and the word cancer) where he describes a short recipe with foods that can be purchased at most grocery or health food stores to help fight cancer.

Hope this helps - Rose

RE: Peppers and Garlic

by blueangeltoo - November 27, 2010

Hot peppers kill cancer cells. Habanero, jalapeno and cayenne to name a few.  They are part of the capsicum species having multiple health effects.  The natural chemical that puts the heat in hot peppers is called "capsaisin."  In 2004, Dr. Sanjay K. Srivastava and colleagues (University of Pittsburg School of Medicine) treated Pancreatic cells with capsaisin and found that it disrupts mitochondrial function and induced apoptosis (programmed cell death) in the cancerous cells without affecting the normal pancreatic cells. In other words, capsaisin was found to be selectively toxic to cancer cells!  The results of the study were published in the April 20 2005, issue of Innovations Report.  In an article published in Reuters on March 16 2006, entitled, "Hot Peppers kill Prostate Cancer Cells In Study", Dr. Soren Lehmann of the Cedar-Sinai Medical Center and the UCLA School of Medicine asserted: "Capsaisin had a profound anti-proliferative effect on human prostate cancer cells in culture. It caused 80% of the prostate cancer cells growing in mice to commit suicide in a process called "apoptosis".  Researchers in Japan have also shown that cayenne pepper can dramatically slow the development of prostate tumors.

It is also worth noting that in the USA, the state of New Mexico has the lowest cancer mortality rate than all 50 states.  Why? One reason may be that eat more hot peppers than any other state per capita.

Peppers and Garlic

by blueangeltoo - November 27, 2010

I also am having a recurrence of my stage 3 ovarian cancer. My original journey began in 2009.  By the end of 2009 they told me I was cancer free. ?In September 2010, after a trip to the emergency room because of severe pain in the bowel, I had a CT scan that showed cancer specks all over the bowel and up on the liver. I was told that the reason I was in so much pain was because the bowel had pretty much adhered to itself where the specks appeared and was all but not functioning. I was told that my only hope was chemo. ??Long story short: I happen to be listening to a talk radio show during that same time period. Someone called in and said people he knew were having luck with their cancers by eating habanero peppers and garlic daily. It seems, that garlic is a natural cancer killer. But cancer cells have a sticky coating around them called "fibrin" that must be dissolved first so that the garlic can get in there and kill the cancer. It was also mentioned that people that have a really hard time eating peppers can substitute with grated ginger.???In my experience, on the day I was listening to this conversation, I did have garlic in the house, and I immediately diced up a couple of cloves and ate them.  At this point, I had been really sick for several days and was just getting by on pain medication. So you can imagine my surprise when I awoke the next morning and as soon as I opened my eyes I knew I felt better.  I found the peppers that next day and since then, I (daily) dice one pepper and 2 cloves of garlic on a piece of bread to make a half sandwich and just eat it.???It was quite a mental process in the beginning because it was hard for me to even imagine eating something that hot. All I can say is, when I began this, I was looking for any kind of relief and now I am more use to it. As a result, here it is late November and I continue to feel better. My bowel is acting more normally and I look, act and feel good with more energy. ???I am following a regimen outlined by a Dr. Revici (now deceased).  Another man named "Kelley Eidem" has a cancer website (google his name and the word cancer) where he outlines a simple recipe that he says helped him and others with their cancers by using ingredients that can be found at most local grocery / health food stores. ??Lastly I'll say this.  Garlic is an anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungus, and anti-parasitical.  It is completely natural and I incorporate it almost every time I eat all day long.  Whether I begin chemo or not, I will probably end up living with the threat cancer for the rest of my life.  So it is nice to know I have one more tool to help fight this disease.

My form of chemo therapy

by blueangeltoo - November 20, 2010

I am having a recurrence of my 2009 ovarian cancer. Two months ago after a trip to the emergency room because of severe pain in the bowel, I had a CT scan that showed cancer specks all over the bowel and up on the liver. I was told that the reason I was in so much pain was because the bowel had pretty much adhered to itself where the specks appeared and was all but not functioning. I was told that my only hope was chemo. Remembering my 2009 chemo treatments and the lingering side affects propelled me into looking for alternative methods.

Long story short - I happen to be listening to a talk radio show during that same time period. Someone called in and said people he knew were having luck with their cancers by eating habanero peppers and garlic daily. It seems, that garlic is a natural cancer killer. But cancer cells have a coating around them called "fibrin" that must be dissolved first so that the garlic can get in there and kill the cancer. It was also mentioned that people that have a really hard time eating peppers can substitute with grated ginger.

In my experience, on the day I was listening to this conversation, I only had garlic in the house, and I immediately diced up a couple of cloves and ate them. At this point, I had been really sick for several days and was just getting by with pain pills.  So you can imagine my surprise when the next morning I awoke and as soon as I opened my eyes I knew I felt much better. I found the peppers that next day and since then, I (daily) dice one pepper and 2 cloves of garlic on a piece of bread to make a half sandwich and just eat it.

It was quite a mental process in the beginning because it was hard for me to even imagine eating something that hot. All I can say is, at the time I began this, I was that sick. As a result, I do continue to feel better. It took a little while, but the bowel is acting more normally these days and what's even more astonishing is that I have more energy and I look more like I do when I am well.

So to me, it is a small price to pay.

Rose

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Ovarian Cancer
Alternative Treatments, Cancer Diagnosis, Cancer Treatments, Chemotherapy

Diagnosed first time in 2009. Relapsing in 2010

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