Solvestrols at work

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RE: Salvestrol

by AJoan on Sun Jun 09, 2013 09:36 AM

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On Jun 08, 2013 1:49 PM calin wrote:

Hi folks!

I undersatnd about "don't knock it till you try it". I really wasn't knocking it, but merely giving my impression from skimming ithe Apex site a month or so ago.

There wasn't as much to go on regarding Apex as there was on salvestrols.  That is why I  feel more confident with  the salvestrols for treatment for my sister.

If there is no thread on this site for Apex, will someone who is taking it start one? That will be helpful as there is limited information on the web.

Question... did anyone read the book on Apex?

I am researching for forums, You tube and blogs on apex. I am finding 2011 stuff and nothing updated. The discussions on forums are ones that entertain UFOs and such. I am fine with that, but I wanting to find more substantial case histories and results. Browsing mostly leads back to tihs thread.

For those who spoke to Bill Chastain, how long does one take this product? It is $100 per month I am guessing.

Does the apex solution work as sodium bicarbaonate does such as increase the alkaline levels in the cells?

Hi Calin,

I think it's intelligent to question everything while keeping an open mind. It's smart to be skeptical. In this world, one never knows. Also think if something looks promising, no harm in investigating it. 

First do no harm. If the protocol adds to my health and doesn't harm me, has the potential to change the problem (in this case, cancer), doesn't interfere with anything else I'm doing, then what can it hurt to try it?

As for the book on APeX, I know Chastain and the scientist who invented APeX have been writing a book. As a matter of fact, I have a preliminary copy. Not sure if the book has been published yet. I asked Bill, but didn't get an answer. My doctor also received a copy. Yes, I've read it.

I still think you should call Bill with questions. They keep a low profile on purpose.

As for how long it takes for APeX to work, like everything else, it depends on the person and case. Some people will make a fast recovery, while others need to keep at it until they make a recovery, whenever that happens. Meanwhile, you are oxygenating your cells. That's the purpose. A well oxygenated body is anti cancer. Cancer cells cannot survive if your cells are well oxygenated. That's why aerobic exercise is so important. My doctor encourages me to work out hard and build up a sweat. Hyperbaric chambers are also used to oxygenate cells. Some cancer centers use that therapy for their patients. It's not mainstream for cancer, however, that's why insurance companies don't cover it. Also, vitamin C drips are for the purpose of oxygenating cells. Turns into hydrogen peroxide.

I think it's a mistake to place a timeline on natural therapies. If you can arrest cancer so that it doesn't kill you, then allow your body the time it needs to heal. If you need to take Salvestrols and/or APeX for a year or even two, don't worry about it. I know it's not cheap, but it is your life that's at stake. And it's no where near the price of a new car.  Meanwhile these therapies help your body in general and you feel better or even well. That's my feeling about it.

Salvestrols do one thing, and APeX does another. They both attack cancer.

Diet can keep your body alkaline, also drinking water with a pH of 9 or ionized water will alkalinize your body. I try to stay off of any food that creates acid. Sugar is a big acid producer, and that includes other simple carbs such as bread.

I'm glad Nadine started a thread on APeX. I'm going to check it out now.

We can help each other with this.

RE: Salvestrol

by AJoan on Sun Jun 09, 2013 09:47 AM

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On Jun 08, 2013 7:08 PM jesichashope wrote:

I started the thread and hope to hear some feedback.

I have done a bit of studying on this and will tell you - my opinion is their ducks are in a row and ready to be counted. They are like other scientists with backers or partners; they have made major discoveries using unpatentable elements, going on the theory of going after the cause of the disease, in this case cancer. Once that cause is targeted the symptoms begin to disappear through the body's own defensive system. The BX Antitoxin works in much of the same way, just using a different mechanism or approach. The object is to target the cause, take down the effects or symptoms [tumors]. Conventional targets the symptoms only.

Bill will give you honest straightforward information; he gives no hype, so don't expect it.  His motives are inline with mine, help your fellow man first everything follows; we live for helping others, our profits are the results of our good deeds. If you or anyone is seeking answers do so with an open mind. Your going to learn a lot.

Hi Nadine,

Is the thread entitled "APeX"?

I want to check it out and be part of it.

Thanks.

Joan

RE: Salvestrol

by AJoan on Sun Jun 09, 2013 05:25 PM

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Hey guys,

I know this is the Salvestrols thread, but I don't know where else to post this question and still reach all of you. So here goes...

Do any of you know about "chaga"? It's a non-toxic, parasitic medicinal mushroom with anti cancer properties.

I'm just beginning to research it. It's an ancient Chinese medicine that is a wealth of phytonutrients in one food. And it grows on birch trees.

It's big claim to fame is it is rich in SOD (a substance called superoxide dismutase). SOD is a potent enzyme that can stop oxidation in its tracks.

Also there is research that claims that chaga can reduce radiation related toxicity.

I don't know if it would interfere with Salvestrols, however. I guess I should pose that question to Gerry.

If anyone has knowledge of this mushroom, would you please reply.

Thanks.

Also, do you know how to get into the APeX thread?

Joan

RE: Salvestrol

by patromano on Mon Jun 10, 2013 10:25 PM

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Update received today. 7 months ago  PSA at 8.44. Started 12000 pts/daily. After 1 month PSA dropped to 7.04. First drop in over 4 years. 3 months later PSA increased to 7.53. For the next 3 months dosage was dropped to 6000 pts/daily and added Essiac and dandelion root teas to his diet. Today after 3 months his PSA dropped again slightly to 7.31. Maybe we are keeping it in check and perhaps I need to order more Salvestrol Plat???

RE: Salvestrol

by capted on Mon Jun 10, 2013 10:52 PM

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Hello Everyone,

For all interested in APEX, I just made a post on the new APEX board of my interview with Bill Chastain.

http://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,72128

Let's separate the Apples from Oranges and subscribe to the new board. That way we won't have APEX posts on the Salvestrol board.

You will be notified when a new post occurs on either board.

I now have a subscriiption to both boards.

capted

RE: Salvestrol

by beatingcancer on Tue Jun 11, 2013 02:36 AM

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Dear AJoan,

Regarding your question about the chaga mushroom. My husband used it a couple of years ago while going through radiation treatments. He said it tasted a little like cafe mocha. I was told it was rich in glutithione which helps powerhouse the healthy cells, absorbs into the cell easily, has vitamins and electrolytes, gives strength to the liver while detoxifying the free radicals caused by the radiation. I can't remember the exact dose, but I think it was about 1 tbsp with a cup of hot water. He did very well during and after radiation. We got our chaga powder from a company called Tumorx.  From our personal experience with this company we recommend them and feel they carry quality products. You can check out their website tumorx.com  A man named Kelly was a big help to me, full of info and explained all my questions.

Hope this helps a little. In Christ alone, Lynn 

RE: Salvestrol

by camirol on Tue Jun 11, 2013 05:38 AM

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This is a message that is no real answer to the questions before. Sorry for that.

I would like to contact Jerry Potter or Dan Burke. I have asked a question to Mr Potter in the private message. Do you think he will answer? Do you see any chance to contact him directly?

Carol

RE: Salvestrol

by AJoan on Tue Jun 11, 2013 01:36 PM

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On Jun 11, 2013 5:38 AM camirol wrote:

This is a message that is no real answer to the questions before. Sorry for that.

I would like to contact Jerry Potter or Dan Burke. I have asked a question to Mr Potter in the private message. Do you think he will answer? Do you see any chance to contact him directly?

Carol

Yes Carol. He'll answer. It may take a few days.

RE: Salvestrol

by AJoan on Tue Jun 11, 2013 01:45 PM

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On Jun 11, 2013 2:36 AM beatingcancer wrote:

Dear AJoan,

Regarding your question about the chaga mushroom. My husband used it a couple of years ago while going through radiation treatments. He said it tasted a little like cafe mocha. I was told it was rich in glutithione which helps powerhouse the healthy cells, absorbs into the cell easily, has vitamins and electrolytes, gives strength to the liver while detoxifying the free radicals caused by the radiation. I can't remember the exact dose, but I think it was about 1 tbsp with a cup of hot water. He did very well during and after radiation. We got our chaga powder from a company called Tumorx.  From our personal experience with this company we recommend them and feel they carry quality products. You can check out their website tumorx.com "" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://tumorx.com " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">tumorx.com  A man named Kelly was a big help to me, full of info and explained all my questions.

Hope this helps a little. In Christ alone, Lynn 

Thanks Lynn.

I appreciate the feedback and the link to where to get it.

Just received a message from Gerry about chaga. He said chaga is rich in betulin and betulin acid which causes cancer cells to undergo apoptosis and die. Gerry sees no reason why medicinal mushrooms would interfere with salvestrols and may add to anticancer activity.

I've read that it protect healthy cells from the effects of radiation. I'm not having radiation, so am more concerned about killing cancer. Though that information will benefit some other person here.

Hope all is well with you and your husband.

Again, thank you.

Joan

RE: Salvestrol

by jennette on Tue Jun 11, 2013 01:57 PM

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so pleased to  hear your hopeful news. the not knowing is difficult to live with. but something seems to be working according to the psa results. keep going... do you notice any increase in energy when the salvestrols are taken?

best wishes  jjennette

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