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ip-6 reviews

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RE: ip-6 reviews

by CalBear1974 on Fri Mar 23, 2018 04:16 PM

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Please folks when you take IP6 stick with it and use a dose that is heavy enough to get results. Two dosing sessions a day, 6 to 8 scoops seems to me a minimum to get results. It is not a drug that works overnight. Please read Dr. Shamsuddin's book. Here is an introduction written a few years ago that does a nice job of summarizing the key strengths of IP6:

RE: ip-6 reviews

by CalBear1974 on Sat Mar 24, 2018 01:25 PM

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Shellie and all others interested in IP6,

The following quote launches an excellent article written a few years ago about IP6 in a popular online website called Natural News. It is a "must" read for any prostate cancer patient:

"The anticancer effects of IP6 are turning out to be nothing short of astounding. Research is showing that besides reducing cell proliferation and increasing the differentiation of malignant cells, IP6 can often restore cancerous cells to normality.

What is IP6?

IP6, also known as inositol hexophosphate or phytic acid, is a sugar molecule with six phosphate groups attached. It is composed of inositol (one of the B vitamins) bound with six molecules of phosphorous. IP6 was first identified in 1855, but has only recently been researched as a preventative and cure for cancer as well as heart and liver diseases, kidney stones, Parkinson's disease, and more. It is also a powerful antioxidant, immune system enhancer, and booster of natural killer cells. Foods that are significant sources of IP6 include dried beans, whole grains, nuts, seeds, rice, wheat germ, corn and sesame."

RE: ip-6 reviews

by OMB02 on Mon Mar 26, 2018 03:17 AM

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Thank you CalBear1974!

RE: ip-6 reviews

by shellie12 on Mon Mar 26, 2018 06:37 AM

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hiya thanks again for all infor  so just to ask   you were taking 12 scoops a day which is the same roughlty as 7 tablet  so it wood take 84 tablets to make up 12 scoops   hell that had to be costly     when did u notice even a small change  and what was it    thanks

RE: ip-6 reviews

by rosalyngregory on Mon Mar 26, 2018 11:36 AM

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RE: ip-6 reviews

by CalBear1974 on Mon Mar 26, 2018 11:48 AM

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Good Morning Shellie,

My best memory of my start with IP6 was that I began taking it about six to eight weeks before the blood draw for my six-month PSA check in the summer of 2015. It resulted in my urologist being surprised by the outcome (0.1) being again the lowest I ever had when I first began Lupron 2 1/2 years earlier. The disease was progressing but then it suddenly reverses and it make no sense. I could see he was puzzled. He asked immediately to do a DRE and found no nodules in the prostate. I had not told him I would be taking IP6 and I didn't tell him that day. I left the office and he was still really puzzled. 

Later I wrote Dr. Shamsuddin at the University of Maryland Medical School. He said my results were consistent with other IP6 experimental findings. IP6 normalizes cancer cells and that explains the smooth prostate tissue. See his 2014 textbook. At a 12 scoop level you are not just normalizing, but very likely killing cancer cells as IP6 in a heavy dose will trigger apoptosis (programmed cell death). It is dose-dependent and time-dependent. The more you take and the longer you take it, the better the results.


That is the best I can do. Yes, it gets expensive. Enzymatic Therapy's Cell Forte is the least expensive. You can find it carried at a number of websites, like or . I figure it is cheaper than a funeral.

RE: ip-6 reviews

by shellie12 on Tue Mar 27, 2018 09:35 AM

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a man thank you so much ur always there  am not sure where you at in the world  am northern ireland  my uncle was dignosed last august  with a psa of 280  and some in bone not much   it went down to 5 and up to 8 and last test a month ago was 24  they are gonna put him on another med as well ...  do you think the Enzymatic Therapy's Cell Forte is just as good as the ip6 gold ? i haave him on 9 capits morning and night 

again thank you so much

RE: ip-6 reviews

by UrologyCare on Tue Mar 27, 2018 10:25 AM

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IP-6 (abbreviation: inositolhexaphosphate), is a vitamin-like substance. It is found in animals and many plants, especially cereals, nuts, and legumes. It can also be made in a laboratory.

Some people use IP-6 to treat and prevent cancer, including prostate cancer, breast cancer, colon cancer, liver cancer, and blood cancers. Researchers have been studying the role of IP-6 in cancer treatment and prevention since 1988. But, so far, there have been no studies in people with cancer.

IP-6 might help treat and prevent cancer by slowing down the production of cancer cells. It might also bind to certain minerals, decreasing the risk of colon cancer. IP-6 is also an antioxidant.

It is possibly effective for preventing kidneystoneswhen IP-6 is consumed in the diet.

Insufficient Evidence for treating and preventing cancer, preventing heart attacks and other conditions. More evidence is needed to rate the effectiveness of IP-6 for these uses.

IP-6 is safe when used in amounts found in foods. There isn't enough information to know if it is safe when used in medicinal amounts.

Special precautions & warnings should be taken with respect to below conditions:

·       Pregnancy andbreastfeeding

·       Clotting disorders

·       Iron-deficiency anemia

·       Weak bones (osteoporosis or osteopenia)

·       Surgery

***This information is for educational purposes and shouldn’t be taken as medical advice. Consulting the doctor is mandatory before using IP-6 depending on the individual conditions and preferences.

RE: ip-6 reviews

by CalBear1974 on Wed Mar 28, 2018 02:12 AM

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I have used both Cell Forte powder and IP6 Gold powder. The formulas seem nearly identical. Cell Forte was around for years before Dr. Shamsuddin developed IP6 Gold powder. I think you will get excellent results with both, providing the dose is heavy enough. Time will tell.

I am in Florida (Tampa area.) Is your uncle on Lupron or similar drug? I have gotten very good results. Yes, there are side effects but nothing intolerable. Remember always give the IP6 when the stomach is empty (2 hours) and tell your uncle to avoid food or drink for at least a half hour. There is no interaction between Lupron and IP6. 

Your happy vegan CalBear74

RE: ip-6 reviews

by OMB02 on Sat Mar 31, 2018 11:19 PM

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On Mar 23, 2018 4:16 PM CalBear1974 wrote:

Please folks when you take IP6 stick with it and use a dose that is heavy enough to get results. Two dosing sessions a day, 6 to 8 scoops seems to me a minimum to get results. It is not a drug that works overnight. Please read Dr. Shamsuddin's book. Here is an introduction written a few years ago that does a nice job of summarizing the key strengths of IP6: "" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"> " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">

Hey CalBear,

Thank you again for the info about IP6 and how it can be used to fight cancer. 

I've been on lupron and zytiga for two years and my PSA has begun to creep up...slowly but steadily.

I have scans and a blood test scheduled for the last week of April and I will be heavy dosing IP6 (12 scoops daily) until then...hoping it will help. I'll be able to get in 23 days of heavy dosing before my scans/test.

I am hoping that 23 will be enough days for it to either stop or reverse my rising PSA and for it to have a positive effect on my metastases. I have been taking 6 scoops daily for a week until today.

I'll post an update about the results after I have the scans and test.

Take Care,


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