Zeolite, why u shouldn't use it..

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RE: Zeolite, why u shouldn't use it..

by acarson43 on Mon Jan 24, 2011 03:26 PM

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I tried this in 2006, it is my experience that it works.  I did not continue after remission.  I will order this again.  I did have traditional therapies as well but this seemed to be the only supplement that made a difference in my overall health.  I will say I also had a lesion on my leg that was horrible.  Nothing worked, removal would have required skin graphs.  I did apply the drops directly on it, in about 10 to 14 days it was gone.  I did not reorder the drops but I want to try them again.  I will reorder.  I do not sell this or no anyone that does, and my daughter has no problem calling it snake oil.  What I do know is that it worked for me on my leg I don't know if I will ever know if it helped obtain remission.  But compared to cost of other supplements it is relatively inexpensive, and it can't hurt.

Amy c

RE: Zeolite, why u shouldn't use it..

by sedgewick on Mon Mar 21, 2011 10:21 PM

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A WORD OF CAUTION FOR ANYONE THINKING OF BUYING ZEOLITE:

Firstly, I don't have cancer, but I have been wanting to try zeolite for just general detoxification.  However, since I NEVER ingest anything unless I research the hell out of it, I am left MORE confused than with answered questions.  From all I've researched & from all I've read, I really can't get a clear answer as to whether or not Zeolite is safe to ingest or even effective.  When you google anything these days,  the first few pages are inundated with marketers, POSING as legitimate users.  I am never sure anymore if what I am reading is legitimate or not.  With that being said, I recently contacted a company that sells the powdered version and they refused to answer ANY of my direct questions, but instead, they accused me of being a "spy" for another company (Seriously??).  This website (which I will not name), refuses to provide ANY info on their products, so you have NO idea what it's made of or where it's from, etc.  I don't know about the rest of you, but I am VERY suspicious when a company or seller refuses to tell you anything about their product.  It makes me think immediately, "What's WRONG with it?", and "What are they hiding?".  So if anybody decides to try this stuff, be VERY thorough and careful who you buy from and what exactly you're buying.  It should be LAB tested to make sure it's free of contaminants (lead, mercury, etc.).  NO EXCUSES.

RE: Zeolite and the National Institute of Health report.

by SDGirltoo on Sat May 14, 2011 08:44 PM

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Before you state that Zeolite is a scam, perhaps you should investigate and read the reports of actual independent studies. I have never found any connection between this researchers in Croatia and Waiori.

I do know that the best chemotherapy didn't improve the quality of life or significantly extend the lifespan of my best friend who I lost in March to lymphoma. Would I suggest trying something that the pharmaceutical companies can't push and make money on? You bet I would!

What's the difference in who's selling the product? The pharmaceutical company or your sister-in-law?

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11434724

J Mol Med.2001;78(12):708-20.

Natural zeolite clinoptilolite: new adjuvant in anticancer therapy.
Pavelic K,Hadzija M,Bedrica L,Pavelic J,Dikic I,Katic M,Kralj M,Bosnar MH,Kapitanovic S,Poljak-Blazi M,Krizanac S,Stojkovic R,Jurin M,Subotic B,Colic M.
Source

Ruder Boskovic Institute, Division of Molecular Medicine, Zagreb, Croatia. pavelic@rudjer.irb.hr

Abstract

Natural silicate materials, including zeolite clinoptilolite, have been shown to exhibit diverse biological activities and have been used successfully as a vaccine adjuvant and for the treatment of diarrhea. We report a novel use of finely ground clinoptilolite as a potential adjuvant in anticancer therapy. Clinoptilolite treatment of mice and dogs suffering from a variety of tumor types led to improvement in the overall health status, prolongation of life-span, and decrease in tumors size. Local application of clinoptilolite to skin cancers of dogs effectively reduced tumor formation and growth. In addition, toxicology studies on mice and rats demonstrated that the treatment does not have negative effects. In vitro tissue culture studies showed that finely ground clinoptilolite inhibits protein kinase B (c-Akt), induces expression of p21WAF1/CIP1 and p27KIP1 tumor suppressor proteins, and blocks cell growth in several cancer cell lines. These data indicate that clinoptilolite treatment might affect cancer growth by attenuating survival signals and inducing tumor suppressor genes in treated cells.

RE: Zeolite and the National Institute of Health report.

by pescadoman on Tue Mar 06, 2012 03:44 AM

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Apparently you folks haven't heard the latest about Waiora. They are being sued, yet again. They posted a study as their own that they blatantly plagiarized. The repeatedly stated they had a patent on the process that made their zeolite a liquid form. They have no such patent. They also repeatedly stated they had 14 clinical trials proving the effectiveness of zeolite.

None exist. Shop elsewhere and work elsewhere. This is BUNK!

RE: Zeolite, why u shouldn't use it..

by aphrodite on Sat Sep 01, 2012 04:16 AM

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I originally started using Zeolite for cancer in 2007 and have been taking a maintenance dose of 3 drops three times a day ever since.  I highly recommend it for everyone as it's an excellent detoxer without any side effects. I no longer have cancer, but just do the 3 times a day to make sure.  Sometimes I forget to take it, but then resume when remembering.  If you want to know where I buy mine, I buy it from Waiora as there are all kinds of Zeolite, but I don't trust most sites as the prices seem too cheap to be effective.  I became a distributor, just so I could get a good price on mine.  I have had friends wanting to buy it, so I buy it for them, since I get it much cheaper. I don't make any profit at all.  It's really just for me.  Check out the Waiora site. They can be trusted.  If you need to know more, let me know.

rjcrossley rjcrossley
(Inactive)

RE: Zeolite, why u shouldn't use it..

by rjcrossley on Tue Sep 04, 2012 01:52 AM

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On May 25, 2007 12:00 AM Tumrs wrote:

The risks of using liquid zeolite as an alternative treatment for cancer. My research is posted from 4-5-07. Below is further info. I feel its important to share this info. The internet is flooded with mlm's posting info which creeps to the front of your search engine.

From Jonathan Treasures Herblog

May 14, 2007
Zeolite “inventor” sues Waiora, Dietsch and downliners.

"If anyone is still interested in the MLM zeolite scam perpetrated by Waiora and their volcanic wonder supplement scam called NCD, take note that Lifelink Pharmaceuticals Inc. who hold Dr Harvey Kauffman’s patent on the Zeolite product, is currently suing Waiora (and its phony scientist and chief plagiarist Dietsch) for patent infringement. The link to the case is here. What is going on is not clear at this stage, but we look forward to seeing the brown stuff fly before long….note that downline distributors are also being sued in the case. Perhaps Kauffman is irked about all the money they are making by phony cancer cure claims…meanwhile the famous “about to be published” case of all those terminal cancer patients miraculously being cured by zeolite (NCD) referred to in much of the Waiora downliner literature has yet to surface. Don’t hold your breath."

We all want to help our loved ones. However, we have to be diligent consumers.

The problem is.  It dos work short term. I use it once for my prostrate cancer In 2007 I went on a three month cause of liquard cellula Zeolite. I was taking 15 drops 3 times a day.  It  cost me over $450.00. And  though  it did make  my PSA go down.  The thing is, once I stop useing it.  psa come right back up again.  All th best Ray

RE: Zeolite, why u shouldn't use it..

by dbird on Mon Mar 21, 2016 04:47 PM

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On Mar 21, 2011 10:21 PM sedgewick wrote:

A WORD OF CAUTION FOR ANYONE THINKING OF BUYING ZEOLITE:

Firstly, I don't have cancer, but I have been wanting to try zeolite for just general detoxification.  However, since I NEVER ingest anything unless I research the hell out of it, I am left MORE confused than with answered questions.  From all I've researched & from all I've read, I really can't get a clear answer as to whether or not Zeolite is safe to ingest or even effective.  When you google anything these days,  the first few pages are inundated with marketers, POSING as legitimate users.  I am never sure anymore if what I am reading is legitimate or not.  With that being said, I recently contacted a company that sells the powdered version and they refused to answer ANY of my direct questions, but instead, they accused me of being a "spy" for another company (Seriously??).  This website (which I will not name), refuses to provide ANY info on their products, so you have NO idea what it's made of or where it's from, etc.  I don't know about the rest of you, but I am VERY suspicious when a company or seller refuses to tell you anything about their product.  It makes me think immediately, "What's WRONG with it?", and "What are they hiding?".  So if anybody decides to try this stuff, be VERY thorough and careful who you buy from and what exactly you're buying.  It should be LAB tested to make sure it's free of contaminants (lead, mercury, etc.).  NO EXCUSES.

First of all, Zeolite is on the GRAS list (generally regarded as safe) by the FDA. They don't so easily put natural products on this list. Secondly, the reason that companies can't tell you all that it cures is for fear of the law that doesn't allow them to. Zeolite is absolutely amazing for many, many ailments.

RE: Zeolite, why u shouldn't use it..

by gerrim on Tue Apr 26, 2016 08:50 PM

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my husband was diagnosed with small cell lung cancer in october 2015,and he started taking liquid zeolite right away.all during his chemo he had no trouble with his taste buds or weight loss. he did stop while he was taking his three day rounds and started back 2 days after.  after four rounds his cancer is gone and he is still taking liquid zeolite. whether it helped with getting rid of cancer i don,t know but i do believe it helped him tolerate treatments. and we did not do wairo brand we did zeolite from liquid zeolite company on ebay.

RE: Zeolite, why u shouldn't use it..

by gerrim on Tue Apr 26, 2016 08:52 PM

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i would love to hear other patients experiences with liquid zeolite

RE: Zeolite, why u shouldn't use it..

by sedgewick on Tue Apr 26, 2016 09:42 PM

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I agree with what you said about the GRAS list, that's true ;-)

However, I didn't ask that particular company what Zeolite cured, I only asked basic info such as,"was it lab tested, is it free of contaminants, where was it mined?"  That was all.  There was no FDA law to prevent them from providing those basic questions, but they were incredibly secretive and just plain nasty about it.  It was truly unbelievable.

Glad I kep this link though, since now I have learned about 'liquid zeolite' and it's many,many benefits.  :-)

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