Solvestrols at work

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Solvestrols at work

by Johnfwf on Sat Sep 04, 2010 06:54 AM

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Firstly, I would like to state that I have no connection with the product Salvestrols, other than they were discovered by Professor Gerry Potter, who discovered Abiraterone Acetate (CB7630) and I am on the Phase III Trial of this drug, which is working for me, I have untreatable Prostate Cancer.

About a couple of months ago, I received a call from my Sister Susan in the UK, (I live in Australia) that my other Sister Monica had Lung Cancer that had spread to the Brain and she was only receiving Palliative care, as she was told that there was nothing left in the way of treatment for her.  As she did not seem to have anything to lose, I suggested that she try Solvestrols, as they are available in the UK and not expensive.

Yesterday, 3 September, I received a phone call from my Brother, who informed me that Monica had had a checkup and the doctors were amazed that the brain mets were almost undetectable and her lungs were starting to heal. As she was not receiving any other curative treatment, I can only assume (I emphasize “Assume”) that the Solvestrols were the cause of her progress.

Here are 2 Emails I received from Professor Potter, after I started the Abiraterone Acetate trial;

 “At 5:30pm on May 27, 2010, Prof Gerry Potter said…

Dear John, I am so pleased to see you are progressing on the AbirateroneTrial, and as you can imagine it is very satisfying to see a drug that you have created coming to fruision. It has been a long struggle to proceed Abiraterone through all the preclinical and finally clinical trials, since it was 20 years ago that i invented abiraterone, as i rmember it very clearly in November 1990. I knew this drug would be highly effective in treating prostate cancer, which is why I have been looking forward to this drug finally reaching phase 3.
I am pretty sure you are on the Abiraterone Cohort, since prednisone alone could not cause the PSA decrease that you are seeing. Let me reassure you though that the prednisone is there for a veryy good reason - it protects the patient from the mineralocorticoid imbalance that occurs when you achieve total CYP17 inhibition, I do hope you continue to respond and you cn be reassured by thefact that there are still people on Abiraterone after 4 years from the initial Phase 1 study, Prof Gerry Potter

 

 

Reply by Prof Gerry Potter on May 27, 2010 at 5:56pm

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Dear John, as you might imagine since i invented abiraterone 20 years ago that i might have made further discoveries since then ! And indeed I have. The most important has been the discovery of Salvestrols which are non-toxic natural molecules thet selectively destroy cancer cells by selective tumour bioactivation with the CYP1B1 enzyme (a realtive of the CYP17 enzyme that abirterone targets). These are effective against all forms of cancer. Since Salvestrols are natural food based molecules I have been able to formulate them as aproduct without the need for clinical trials, since i understand how lengthy th howe trials process is and also how urgent the need for effctive therapy is. Personally i do not know anyone with cancer since my friends who had this disease have recovered with salvestrol therapy. The problem is because they are produced as a food product rather than a medicinal product we cannot legally advertise the products for cancer. Thus the news can only be spread by word of mouth or on the internet. So if there is anyone out there with cancer soread the news on salvestrols. Our latest product that is recommended is called Salvestrol Platinum, and this should be taken at 1 capsule. The dose can be increased to 3 capsules daily for advanced cancers. We have also developed a cream, Salvestrol Gold, for skin cancer.These products are avilable from www.salvestrolnaturalproducts.com in the UK, or www.salvestrol.ca in the US. For further info you can google on "Salvestrol Case Studies"

The reason I am posting this, is, because if indeed Solvestrols were the cause of reversing the effects of lung cancer in my Sister, then they may help other people out there. But like any drug, do your research!!!

I hope and pray that this drug will work for someone out there who has given up hope for any improvement in their fight against this disease. The reason that I have not recommended this drug before is that I did not want to raise false hope in people who were in the final stages of cancer.

But as I emphasized above, please do your research

RE: Solvestrols at work

by Shemay on Sat Sep 04, 2010 02:02 PM

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I have taken salvestrol daily for the past few years.  It is an important part of the alternative protocol my doctor recommends for his cancer patients.  Here is an interesting video explaining what salvestrols are and how they work to fight cancer.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bikETTmq7Ms

RE: Solvestrols at work

by MiaNony on Sat Sep 04, 2010 07:36 PM

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Every time you post i learn something new!

 

RE: Solvestrols at work

by Yaziza on Sun Sep 05, 2010 05:00 AM

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Very Interesting....I just watched the video.  Part of my dads daily regimen is taking resveratrol.  I would like to order this product Solvestrols. The video is worth watching. Does anyone know a good website to order from?   

RE: Solvestrols at work

by Johnfwf on Sun Sep 05, 2010 05:17 AM

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On Sep 05, 2010 5:00 AM Yaziza wrote:

 

Very Interesting....I just watched the video.  Part of my dads daily regimen is taking resveratrol.  I would like to order this product Solvestrols. The video is worth watching. Does anyone know a good website to order from?   

I believe that they are only available in the USA

www.salvestrol.ca

and the UK

www.salvestrolnaturalproducts.com

But they will send to whereever you live. If you do decide to buy them, please let me know the results.

Regards,

John

RE: Solvestrols at work

by Shemay on Sun Sep 05, 2010 12:23 PM

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Here is a list of some practitioners who either sell salvestrol or will be able to order it for you.

http://www.salvestrol.ca/ResellerPractitioner.asp

You can also order it directly from  sales@salvestrol.ca

Acquired Intelligence Inc
phone: (250) 483-3840
fax: (250) 479-0764
toll-free: 1-866-837-1523
Suite 205 1095 McKenzie Avenue
Victoria, BC V8P 2L5
Acquired Intelligence Inc is the North American manufacturer of Salvestrols.

RE: Solvestrols at work

by Shemay on Sun Sep 05, 2010 12:54 PM

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I attempted to post more information about where one can purchase salvestrol, but was informed the moderators will hold that post for evaluation.   Hopefully they will allow this one link

http://www.salvestrol.ca/ResellerPractitioner.asp


RE: Solvestrols at work

by gerrypotter on Wed Jan 25, 2012 06:24 PM

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This is to let you know that salvestrols are at last now available in Australia and New Zealand from Salvacare Biotechnologies

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RE: Solvestrols at work

by WaterlooDon on Fri Feb 10, 2012 03:19 AM

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I had a RP over 6 yrs. ago and now my urologist wants to start me on a total androgen blockade because of the rate that my PSA is rising { current level of 1.42 }.I am 68.

Do I use Abiraterone or Salvestrol ? I have type 2 diabetes and Atrial Fib if that makes a difference in how you respond.

Also who is available to guide me as to how much to use and when best to take it etc.

I also use 4.5 mg. of low dose naltrexone { LDN }

RE: Solvestrols at work

by gerrypotter on Fri Feb 10, 2012 02:43 PM

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Abiraterone is a very powerful drug used to treat advanced prostate cancer. It is currently licenced for use to treat mCRPC which is metastatic castrate resistant prostate cancer. So unless your disease fits into that category you will not be able to receive Abiraterone.

Salvestrol Platinum can be used to treat prostate cancer even when it becomes hormone independant, and so Salvestrols work beyond Abiraterone. Here is an example of a case where this approach has been used:

Case #3. Prostate Cancer

A 74-year-old gentleman was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer. Subsequently this gentleman spokewith his cousin, a university lecturer, who told him that one of his students was diagnosed with a terminal brain cancer and had recovered after taking Salvestrols. He decided to begin a course of Salvestrol supplementation taking two (350 point) Salvestrol Shield capsules per day. Six months after receiving his diagnosis his PSA level had dropped from 11 to below 1 ng/mL. The patient moved to another country which necessitated a change of doctors. At this point the patient switched Salvestrol products and began taking one (2,000 point) Salvestrol Platinum capsule three times per day after meals, to give a total supplemtation of 6000 points per day. Twelve months after receiving his diagnosis his PSA level had dropped to 0.2 ng/mL. The new doctor continued with the PSA monitoring and upon receiving a subsequent PSA test result the physician said that the PSA level received was as low as it could be and asked if the patient was sure that he had not had surgery. Given the physician’s surprise that such a result could be achieved the patient confessed to taking Salvestrols. The physician then stated that he had other patients he would like to start on Salvestrols. This patient continues to receive PSA test results at the 0.2 ng/ml level and has continues to take one (350 point) Salvestrol Shield capsule per day as a preventative measure, and has now embarked on a fitness program and change in diet.

 

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