Solvestrols at work

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RE: Salvestrol

by Inde43 on Wed Mar 20, 2013 12:39 PM

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I read an interesting book a while ago. It is written by Anita Moorjani and is called "dying to be me". Anita had cancer all over her body and the doctors told her that she would die very soon. Anita got into a coma and had a near death experience. In this near death experience she learned about life and the reason why she had developed cancer. It was an overwhelming and deep healing experience for her. After waking up from coma, she recovered very quickly and within a few days all cancer was gone. It is really a very interesting story about the spiritual side of cancer. Her website is http://anitamoorjani.com/

RE: Salvestrol

by patromano on Wed Mar 20, 2013 01:15 PM

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On Mar 20, 2013 6:56 AM Macdon wrote:

On Mar 20, 2013 3:52 AM cpmty wrote:

Thank you. I will try tomorrow  morning to find their address and phone number. I hope they explain how to take it and if there are side effects. Do you know if they have other products? I guess and hope they are serious and professional .., Thanks again, you are nice to give me the info. 

Go to youtube and watch Run From the Cure and it will explain how to make it. You need the whole plant and a solvent like ethanol. You boil the plant in the ethanol, a slightly dangerous process, and finally add some water. It boils off and you get a dark green jelly like substance. I believe it must contain THC in order to be effective.

According to Rick Simpson, pioneer of hemp oil as a cancer treatment, THC is necessary. This will make it an illegal treatment in Canada and I'm asuming in all parts of the USA.

I know someone who has tried it to treat prostate cancer and experienced a slight drop in their PSA after a month. Unfortunately he had to stop using it because of some side effects he experienced- swollen ankles, drowsiness and feeling " high". But ultimately it was the vomiting which began after a month that ended his  usage.Perhaps it was the toxicity of the solvent ( isopropyl alcohol) that eventually caught up to him, or perhaps an error in production. This is one case I know of but you can read others where no serious side effects were obtained.

Rick Simpson says to be wary of purchasing hemp oil from suppliers. He says it's best to make your own, however,if you are considering this form of treatment  be aware of legal issues as well as safety issues in  obtaining ,manufacturing and ingesting THC hemp oil.

 

RE: Salvestrol

by cpmty on Wed Mar 20, 2013 01:28 PM

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Very interesting video and experience. I am a little 'ifi' watching it... I really don't want to think anything about death right now. It get me a little upset and for what I read... people who have cancer should be the most upseting emotionless as possible. Nothing that can produce stress, unhappiness, saddness, etc.. That is what I read from some survivers. They disconected from everything and everyone that producedd toxic or bad emotions. I know the video gives hope and understanding. And to tell you the truth, I know and I believe in the afterlife. I had 'conexions'  or (in dreams) with my father and my mother after they died. ... so I know it is true. Maybe is because I am a very sensitive person... and they wanted me to stop my sadness and sorrow for them.. I don't know. THANK YOU FOR THE LIND, I DID ENJOY IT.

RE: Salvestrol

by AJoan on Wed Mar 20, 2013 01:32 PM

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On Mar 20, 2013 12:25 PM cpmty wrote:

Thank you again Joan. and, wht is MLM and who is Kevin Trudeau?? I never heard of that/him? thanks, I thought it was a little strange his webpage and the last entries were from 2010... humm 

MLM is multi level marketing. It's a business strategy in which people are paid a commission to sell a product. They are compensated for what they sell, plus a scaled commision on the sales of people they recruit. The strategy provides many levels of compensation. It is also known as pyramid sales. It's very cult-like and I don't like it.

Kevin Trudeau is a crafty marketer, radio personality, infomercial host, and convicted felon. He was convicted of larceny and credit card fraud. He's the mastermind behind Leonard Coldwell.

Yes, Coldwell's website looks like a circus.

RE: Salvestrol

by AJoan on Wed Mar 20, 2013 02:09 PM

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On Mar 20, 2013 12:39 PM Inde43 wrote:

I read an interesting book a while ago. It is written by Anita Moorjani and is called "dying to be me". Anita had cancer all over her body and the doctors told her that she would die very soon. Anita got into a coma and had a near death experience. In this near death experience she learned about life and the reason why she had developed cancer. It was an overwhelming and deep healing experience for her. After waking up from coma, she recovered very quickly and within a few days all cancer was gone. It is really a very interesting story about the spiritual side of cancer. Her website is http://anitamoorjani.com/ "" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://anitamoorjani.com/ " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://anitamoorjani.com/

That was fascinating Kami. Thank you for sharing it.

My cousin had a near death experience too. She is a very serious person, has a PhD in psychology, she's very scientific, always wanting proof before accepting anything. So, when she described her experience, I sat up and took notice.

She was told she has to go back to her body, although she didn't want to return because it was such a beautiful experience. 

Nice to know that. Fine, but I'm happy to wait for it until I'm at least 120. How about you?

RE: Salvestrol

by Shemay on Wed Mar 20, 2013 06:49 PM

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Hi all
I personally know nothing about Dr. Coldwell but I have to say I was quite impressed with his website.  Many of the links to follow there are ones I also receive from reputable trustworthy alternative sites.
A search for Dr. Coldwell's bio tells me he is Naturopathic doctor and I know from past experience on the cc board that will cause many members to hold him suspect.  
As for The Salty Droid site......  so many negative comments and really hateful innuendos makes one wonder if there might be some connection with other shills who are actually working for Big Pharma such as Orac who publishes under "Respectful Insolence." and of course the   Quackbuster's.    
Their main purpose is to debunk any treatment other than the standard of care.
No reliable information to back up the negatives on these sites.   Just opinions.   We need to be careful I think before we tar someone with another person's brush.   I could be wrong of course but I shall keep an open mind.
Dr Leonard Caldwell bio 
Naturopathic doctors
Best regards

RE: Salvestrol: CYP1B1 in 96% of cancers

by jennette on Wed Mar 20, 2013 07:12 PM

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Hi Kami,

Your experience with salvestrols and tamoxifen does sound strange and very disappointing. I think the tumour shrinkage became greater when I started taking salvestrols.

I tried taking apricot kernels (B17) before salvestrols but I dont know the dosage - and as with most things, I found it did not agree with me.

Please look at the info re dandelion tea though. If I could take it I would. And since you cannot take the salvestrols would you consider B17?

Chloroquine seems worth a gander too as it seems to be pretty effective if you use it with other anti-cancer remedies. Apparently it can destroy the cancer stem cells which I think chemo (or tamoxifen) cannot do.

I did quite a bit of research on the hemp oil. as you say, you need the carbinoids - and a lot of marihuana buds.

Larson Century Ranch, USA, supply the bloodroot salve. Apparently they are knowledgeable and worth talking to. This is the less corrosive form of the salve.

I researched New generation PDT also - but you have to go to China for it. It seems very good and very effective. A mainline surgeon in London has been trying to get in this equipment to treat breast cancers but has not been able to access funding for it.

I have been tempted to try the bloodroot, but I have 3 tumours. It would seem useful to 'have in the house' though.

Homeopathy is used extensively in India and they have a lot of research data on it. I know personally a lady who was waiting for surgery - breast tumour - who was treated by a homeopath, and the tumour had shrunk by a half by the time she had surgery.

It's nice and gentle.

Have you looked at castor oil packs? There is a lot of info re hypothermia and breast cancer. Caster oil is interesting too. I did the packs for quite a long time, but am just using the caster oil and goldenseal topically now.

The other possibilility is to change from tamoxifen to letrozole. I have been alternating the two. Letrozole tended to make me dizzy. I reduced the dosage of both letrozole and tamoxifen - I am 8 and a half stone, and I thought the dosae would generally be for people much bigger than me.

Best of luck Kami.

RE: Salvestrol

by AJoan on Wed Mar 20, 2013 08:07 PM

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On Mar 20, 2013 6:49 PM Shemay wrote:

Hi all
I personally know nothing about Dr. Coldwell but I have to say I was quite impressed with his website.  Many of the links to follow there are ones I also receive from reputable trustworthy alternative sites.
A search for Dr. Coldwell's bio tells me he is Naturopathic doctor and I know from past experience on the cc board that will cause many members to hold him suspect.  
As for The Salty Droid site......  so many negative comments and really hateful innuendos makes one wonder if there might be some connection with other shills who are actually working for Big Pharma such as Orac who publishes under "Respectful Insolence." and of course the   Quackbuster's.    
Their main purpose is to debunk any treatment other than the standard of care.
No reliable information to back up the negatives on these sites.   Just opinions.   We need to be careful I think before we tar someone with another person's brush.   I could be wrong of course but I shall keep an open mind.
Dr Leonard Caldwell bio 
Naturopathic doctors
Best regards

You make a good point Shemay. I have no proof regarding Dr. Coldwell's integrity, authenticity, or lack of it. And the Salty Droid is always vulgar, though they tend to nail people.

I'm involved in online marketing, and The Salty Droid has exposed marketing scams quite accurately in the past. They saved me from some real marketing disasters. Crude seems to be their style, however, I apologize for the vulgarity of their language. That's uncalled for.

If Dr. Coldwell is being unjustly maligned, that is a hideous thing. If he's legitimate, then I will defend him. I don't know what to believe.

There is so much fraud online that it is often difficult to tell who's who.

As stated in a previous post, I was very impressed with Dr. Coldwell's videos, and am in agreement with everything I heard him say... so impressed, in fact, that I mentioned him in this thread. His website is another story.

I know full well that there are power groups that will stop at nothing to take down the people who stand in their way of profiting through other people's suffering. Is that what we're dealing with here? Don't know.

But you're right, innocent till proven guilty. Just be on guard.

Cynical Joan

RE: Salvestrol

by Shemay on Wed Mar 20, 2013 09:01 PM

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I agree with you Joan.. We all need to be cynical and on guard  because there are many unscrupulous people out there who will take advantage of other people's vulnerabilities.  

I first began researching alternative protocols when my sister was diagnosed in 1999 and died as a result of the standard of care treatment for non Hodgkin's lymphoma.  Thank goodness by the time I was diagnosed myself five years later I had the advantage of having a reputable Naturopath and Medical/Integrative Doctor to advise me about what was effective for NHL and what was not..   My latest bout of research has been on the effectiveness of cannabinoids for treating cancer and I am in awe of what I have learned.

My Doctor here in Canada is able to write prescriptions for medical marijuana and then our Federal Government supplies it,  for a fee of course.   $150.00 for 30 grams.

Lots of good information if one does a Google search on PubMed using the words Cannabinoids/Cancer.   Here's just one link from my file which I hope you'll find interesting,

http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/pdq/cam/cannabis/healthpr

Best regards

Sheila

p.s. We owe a lot to the person who started this Salvestrol thread.  Such valuable information here.  I have learned a lot from the many posts and thank everyone for their efforts at sharing.

RE: Salvestrol

by Macdon on Thu Mar 21, 2013 12:02 AM

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Cynical Joan >>I know full well that there are power groups that will stop at nothing to take down the people who stand in their way of profiting through other people's suffering. Is that what we're dealing with here? Don't know.<<

I remember reading negative comments about salvestrols on a Quackwatch site somewhere, however people, me included, chipped in to defend them. I like the science behind them and they are reminiscent of the Gerson Diet Therapy – raw organic fruits and vegetables. Quackwatch is run by a retired psychiatrist – a mainstream medicine aficionado, so with all due respect, I think they’re protecting their market share.

I listened to Dr Coldwell on Coast To Coast AM where he was on a couple of times and he did make some sense

I remember reading negative comments about salvestrols on a quackwatch site somewhere, however people, me included, chipped in to defend them. I like the science behind them and they are reminiscent of the Gerson Diet Therapy – raw organic fruits and vegetables. Quackwatch is run by a retired psychiatrist – a mainstream medicine aficionado, so with all due respect, I think they’re protecting their market share.

I listened to Dr Coldwell on Coast To Coast AM where he was on a couple of times and he did make some sense.

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