Solvestrols at work

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RE: Salvestrol: CYP1B1 in 96% of cancers

by bigsky20 on Mon Mar 18, 2013 04:47 PM

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On Mar 18, 2013 3:42 PM cpmty wrote:

Thank you. I thought it was confusing -eating tangerines- trying to stop the tamoxifen working ... why then we are trying to do that? it doens' make sense... or I didn't understand it. Thank you again.

I'm sorry Celia, I didn't mean to confuse you. I'm a little dramatic!

Kami

RE: Salvestrol

by Macdon on Tue Mar 19, 2013 06:00 AM

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On Jan 24, 2013 8:02 PM aantony wrote:

HiBundy,

This is not about me, this is about all cancerpatients.  If you or your lived one fight cancer and tried any alernative tratmen just please share it, good or bad.

This is not about give a try, my wife tried 'highest rating '  LifeOne herbal treatment  by CancesTutor and her cancer got much worse, that was completele lie. We lost a lot of time and money.

You can read it under LifeOne section.

I think everything on CancerTutur is scam and lie.

It's very easy to sell false hope to cancerpatients.

To notrepeatthe mistakes we should be a bit smarter.

Thanks

 

aantony,

I am not sure that there is a silver bullet such as Lifeone, to all cancers in all cases, especially the more advanced ones. There may be a silver bullet, such as salvestrols, to preventing them though, so I’ll once again post the regime I put my mother on for your consideration. I’ll add some more information to it so that you can see what I am trying to achieve. Not in any particular order, but the first 3 or 5 actually deal with killing the cancer cells, the rest are mainly making the environment unfriendly to cancer as well as propping up general good health.

4 platinum salvestrols – to destroy cancerous cells with the CYP1B1 enzyme which is a cancer marker. I think Professor Gerry Potter said 6 platinum is an ideal maximum whilst you have cancer, the you can cut it down to even 1, but I intend to cut it down to 3.

1 or 2 graviola pills and/or paw-paw tea and Jason Winter’s tea – will replace this with Paw Paw Cell-Reg and Essiac tea. I think graviola and paw paw can only be used whilst you have cancer and as a later prophylactic but must be discontinued once all is well. Salvestrols can be used for life to prevent cancer as well as general good health.

The Budwig Protocol of cottage cheese and flax seed oil – maintenance dose. I think the curative dose is 3/4 cup of cottage cheese with 1/3 cup flax seed oil and the maintenance dose is half that.

2 Curcumin 95 + sometimes 2 turmeric pills – to slow down angiogenesis as well as dissolve some tumours.

2 beta glucans (Beta-1,3/1,6-D-Glucan from Saccharomyces cerevisiae) – to boost the immune system’s NK (natural killer cells) to recognise cancer and kill it. The yeast one is reportedly better than the mushroom one. One 500mg capsule per 50 pounds (23 kilos) of body weight daily – in the morning, 30 minutes before eating or drinking anything.

1 multivitamin – general health and augment salvestrol potency. I’ve put mum on Alive for Women 50+.

Vitamin D3 5,000-10,000IU – helps prevent cancer and boosts immunity. An adequate level of this hormone is essential to recover from cancer and keep it from recurring. Vitamin D functions like a hormone to affect the immune system and protect against cancer. Rather than killing cancer cells outright, vitamin D appears to halt cancer by forcing “runaway” cells to differentiate—that is, to become more like normal cells. Note: Dr. Navarro has warned users of his HCG Urine Test to discontinue taking the Vitamin D3 3 days before you take the urine sample. Apparently, the fact that it is a hormone can interfere with that test.

Vitamin C, l-Lysine and l-Proline combination (Heart Plus is one brand) – inhibits the metastasis of cancer cells and adding green tea extract improves the effect by about 30%. This is good for the heart and naturally lowers cholesterol too. Six capsules of Heart Plus (2-2-2) and three caplets (1-1-1) of the Green Tea Extract.

Green tea – 4 cups a day/green tea extract – prevent some cancers like bowel and slow down angiogenesis.

2 Estrosense – to deal with excess oestrogen and augment salvestrol potency. It contains D-Glucarate, Indole-3-Carbinol, Sulforaphane, Sunphenon Green Tea, Turmeric, Milk Thistle, Di-Indolylmethane (DIM), Rosemary, LYC-O-MATO Lycopene

Up to 6 green barley pills 3 times a day – keep the system alkaline and to provide it with enzymes.

2 or 3 chlorella pills 3 times a day – In addition to strengthening the immune system's response to cancer cells, chlorella acts as a preventative measure against cancer by raising blood levels of the protein albumin. Some studies have documented that a low albumin level is a marker for serious illnesses such as cancer and heart disease. It also cleanses the system of heavy metals.

Vitalzym wich contains Bromelain, Papain, Rutin, Amylase, Protease, Lipase, Amla, Serrapeptase – to destroy dead cells in the system as well as destroy the protein coating (fibrin) of cancer cells allowing the immune system to easier kill them. Serrapeptase is the enzyme that excels in this.

Modified Citrus Pectin - it’s small molecules enter the bloodstream and act as decoys for lectins (cancer cell surface proteins), which are seeking the sugar galactose in cells. When lectins encounter the pectin, which also contains galactose, they attach to it as they would to a cell. Once bound to the pectin, lectins are unable to attach to other sites in the body and start new cancer colonies. Thousands of research studies have demonstrated citrus pectin's cancer fighting abilities.

Organic diet whenever possible with little red meat and mostly chicken and fish. Without organic your body may be contaminated with the pesticides and anti-fungals which may reduce the potency of  salvestrols.

Limited dairy and sugar as well as limited high glycemic foods.

Something I’m looking into now and related to the above so called Budwig Protocol is adding an organic oil blend of omega-6:omega-3 in a 2:1 ratio. Good fats are essential to keeping cells oxygenated and cancer hates oxygen. I think it shall be 1 part safflower and 1 part sunflower for omega-6 and 1 part flaxseed for omega-3.

No anti-cholesterol medication like statins – a grand statement for a non-medical person but IMHO, I think the war against fats, including cholesterol, may be a significant reason, although not the only one, we are seeing more cases of cancer as time goes on. That and the inclusion of sugar in many low fat products, to give them the body that taking the fat out of them has diminished, as well as including sugar in processed foods. The oil blend should deal with cholesterol problems too.




RE: Salvestrol

by AJoan on Tue Mar 19, 2013 10:35 AM

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@ aantony

Thank you aanthony, for sharing the protocol you followed for your mom.

What kind of cancer did she have and how did it work? How is she doing?

Here's what my alternative doctor has me on:

Vitamin C drips (30 grams a week) plus capsules 2-4,000 mg per day, quercetin, D3(7,000 IU), probiotic,magnesium, Iodoral, selenium, MSM, COQ10, DMG-125, Empower(multiple vitamin), pancreatic enzymes, balanced oil (2 tablespoons per day), homocysteine control (B12), salvestrols. I've added turmeric to the mix.

I was on B17 for a year. But now, switched over to salvestrols. My diet is rich in all vegetables except the starchy ones, eggs, some fruit, some fish, legumes, few grains, though I allow them, no wheat.

My doctor has been promoting the ketogenic diet. Gerry doesn't approve of that diet. I don't follow it because I'm almost a vegetarian and can't handle eating meat. Fish and eggs are okay. I do not worry about fats and oils. Dairy products are at a minimum, and are organic. I'm actually sensitive to the protein in dairy, as many people are.  Fresh air and exercise. Think positively.

I trust it's working, though a tweak here and there is always a good idea to fine tune the treatment, to hone in on what works better.

Trying to be patient with the process. I feel fine though. Not testing the Salvestrol progress for a couple more months. Gerry suggests I take 12,000 points a day. I've been working up to it. Am doing 8,000 now. Next week will be 12,000.

I'm dealing with a recurrence of estrogen receptive breast cancer that has metasticized. Have a lesion on my shoulder and cancer in my sternum. I'm watching those two things very carefully to evaluate progress. The doctor does blood  markers. I'm not trilled with C-scans and PetScans due to the radiation, though Gerry thinks PetScans pose no threat.

Thought I'd share my story with you.

I've been listening to Dr. Leonard Coldwell on YouTube, and am fascinated by what I'm learning. He has a positive message and impressive credentials. If you are not acquainted with him, he's well worth checking out. He's German, and lectures in Florida.

J.

RE: Salvestrol

by AJoan on Tue Mar 19, 2013 12:34 PM

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On Mar 19, 2013 10:35 AM AJoan wrote:

@ aantony

Thank you aanthony, for sharing the protocol you followed for your mom.

What kind of cancer did she have and how did it work? How is she doing?

Here's what my alternative doctor has me on:

Vitamin C drips (30 grams a week) plus capsules 2-4,000 mg per day, quercetin, D3(7,000 IU), probiotic,magnesium, Iodoral, selenium, MSM, COQ10, DMG-125, Empower(multiple vitamin), pancreatic enzymes, balanced oil (2 tablespoons per day), homocysteine control (B12), salvestrols. I've added turmeric to the mix.

I was on B17 for a year. But now, switched over to salvestrols. My diet is rich in all vegetables except the starchy ones, eggs, some fruit, some fish, legumes, few grains, though I allow them, no wheat.

My doctor has been promoting the ketogenic diet. Gerry doesn't approve of that diet. I don't follow it because I'm almost a vegetarian and can't handle eating meat. Fish and eggs are okay. I do not worry about fats and oils. Dairy products are at a minimum, and are organic. I'm actually sensitive to the protein in dairy, as many people are.  Fresh air and exercise. Think positively.

I trust it's working, though a tweak here and there is always a good idea to fine tune the treatment, to hone in on what works better.

Trying to be patient with the process. I feel fine though. Not testing the Salvestrol progress for a couple more months. Gerry suggests I take 12,000 points a day. I've been working up to it. Am doing 8,000 now. Next week will be 12,000.

I'm dealing with a recurrence of estrogen receptive breast cancer that has metasticized. Have a lesion on my shoulder and cancer in my sternum. I'm watching those two things very carefully to evaluate progress. The doctor does blood  markers. I'm not trilled with C-scans and PetScans due to the radiation, though Gerry thinks PetScans pose no threat.

Thought I'd share my story with you.

I've been listening to Dr. Leonard Coldwell on YouTube, and am fascinated by what I'm learning. He has a positive message and impressive credentials. If you are not acquainted with him, he's well worth checking out. He's German, and lectures in Florida.

J.

Footnote Guys:

Add this to the list of supplements:

Biotin 5000

Niacinamide

Inositol

That's all. J

RE: Salvestrol

by bigsky20 on Tue Mar 19, 2013 01:18 PM

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It's so nice to hear what you all are taking and what your doctor's are prescribing. Thank you so much for taking the time to post the supplements that you take! I'm definitely missing a few of them and some I never even heard of! I'll go ahead and post my list as well.

Best Wishes,

Kami

RE: Salvestrol

by jennette on Tue Mar 19, 2013 04:59 PM

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Hi calin, 

I have been to a talk by Gerry and this is what he said - ie that the CYP1B1 enzyme is not working properly in 1 out of 5 people, and wont process the salvestrols correctly. Presumably there will be differences in the other 4 too. I was given an article by Stephen Roschlitz about the P450 cytochrome not working in 1 out of 5 people. He printed it in Nexus magaizine.

I was upset about my cancers not going quickly and Gerry recommended that I try dandelion root tea. He said he was doing research on it himself and it really seems to work. Problem for me - drove my kidneys mad and I got v dehydrated. For anyone who can take it, it seems top class.

He also recommended chloroquine (I will check the dose - very small). This seems to kill the stem cells. Also recommended Indol-3.

Other interesting research - feverfew, paw paw. A lady on the internet was talking about bloodroot cream for breast cancer - she thought it potentially dangerous and recommended using goldenseal instead. I use castor oil and goldenseal topically.

I also am going to a very good homeopath.

Best wishes - but wish there was more research done, and you could get that damn stuff. Research on hemp oil shows it is very very effective. Research on fish oils ( presumably flax oil also?) shows it stops cancer metabolising.

Best wishes to our heroes out there.

Jennette
 

RE: Salvestrol

by jennette on Tue Mar 19, 2013 05:08 PM

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Sorry for the delay re info on chloroquine. Really interesting research on it on internet.

You take only 2 x 250mg tabs per week. 

What it does sounds interesting, and Gerry said he had been talking to people who were using it in research, with salvestrols, and getting good results.

Jennette

RE: Salvestrol

by AJoan on Tue Mar 19, 2013 06:24 PM

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Thank you Jennette. There is much to learn here. I'm looking into all of it.

If it causes no harm, if it isn't counter-productive to anything, why not try it?

Just watched a video of Dr. Lorraine Day, who cured herself of cancer. Proof that there is more than one way to cure cancer, and most, if not all the ways seem to be natural, kind to the body, disciplined and very gentle. Dr. Day adopted a vegan raw food diet. She stressed the importance of outdoor air as opposed to indoor air to slow cancer growth. She also stressed the importance of sleep patterns. The hours of 10:00 PM to 2:00 AM are important for the function of the hormones that keep you well. Nature seems to be very methodical. That's when those hormones do their work.  Go to sleep at 10:00 PM.

She talked about the importance of drinking water, lots of it. She saw a huge difference in her recovery when she started drinking more water. She got rid of all processed foods, caffeine, and sugar. She worked on her attitude. Stopped watching the news. Got rid of anger. Increased her sense of benevolence. Made it a mission to help others. Was grateful to be alive. There is so much more. Check it out. She tells how she cured hersel in her video "You Can't Improve on God".

These things are motivational as well as informative.

Started to research hemp oil. Do you know where you can purchase it? I know you have to find a high THC count.  It's not the same as cannabis/marijuana is it? Which one kills cancer cells, hemp oil or hemp seeds? I think there is a movie about hemp called the Emperor of Hemp". It's free on YouTube, though I haven't seen it yet.

Thanks for sharing info.

J.

RE: Salvestrol

by cpmty on Tue Mar 19, 2013 09:49 PM

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Hi, what is THC? I KNOW what it works is the oil, not the seeds and not the plant. I m too looking where to find the oil. I know a few years ago you could get it from Canada but I don't think you can now. I found the info. in youtube. I ask for info. to get it but no one contacted me. So I don't know where or who is selling it. I also read some states in US are allowed to sell it and grow marihuana. What I don't know is which states and if can be send by mail to other states. ... In youtube someone told me yes I could get it and other person told me no, it was illegal to send it to a state which marijuana is illigal. So I don't know. Since I don't know much, I was affraid that maybe someone wants to sell me something -scam- or keep the money and don't send anything. So I never asked anything else. I wish there was a serious place that I could get it.

RE: Salvestrol

by cpmty on Tue Mar 19, 2013 10:05 PM

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IF you find anything, please let me know. 

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