Polycythemia Vera

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RE: Polycythemia Vera

by jgard967 on Sat Mar 05, 2016 04:55 AM

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Hi everybody has anyone tried cannabis oil? I know it has a potential to be a potent cancer killer but has it helped anybody here? Please reply back everyone!

RE: Polycythemia Vera

by ruuzza on Sat Mar 05, 2016 07:19 PM

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I haven't try. We have it in Latvia and it is my favourite with patatoes.

When I did not know why I have so hard itching I found zinzino oil. I started to take it every day. And after some time I dod not have to take antihistamines every day. Now I can be without them almost week... it is great because iching is hard and if i did not take antihistamines every day, on next day I had iching pimples, bloated face etc..

RE: Polycythemia Vera

by nanc24u on Sat Mar 05, 2016 10:26 PM

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I have not tried it.

RE: Polycythemia Vera

by ruuzza on Sat Mar 05, 2016 10:33 PM

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I don't know if you have something similar or do you have supplier fom Europe.

It is omega 3 and omega 6 balance oil with vitamin D made from olive oil and fish oil.

https://www.zinzino.com/formula/

Or may e you can find something that substitutes it.

RE: Polycythemia Vera

by nanc24u on Sat Mar 05, 2016 10:38 PM

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No I have never heard of it but I do take fish oil, Vitamin D and also primrose oil and use a lot of olive oil. so I guess I am pretty much covered there.

Except I am sure what you are taking the dose is probably calculated much differently. thanks for the sugestion.

RE: Polycythemia Vera

by jgard967 on Sat Apr 02, 2016 02:44 PM

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Everyone I believe this cancer could be cutedy andbi found out some important info that could help us go into remission and possibly cure it. Please go to the myelofibrosis forums in this website and there is a protocol that people have been doing that helped them go into remission someone who had polycythemia Vera did the protocol and went into remission, the protocol consists of high amount of ascorbic acid (vitamin c) about 40 grams and low amounts of sodium selenite about 5mlg the reason vitmain c put myelofibrosis in remission and could help is us put polycythemia Vera in remission is because it is a jak inhibitor which inhibits the mutated jak gene this could have potential in treating this disease please do research to find out more!!!

RE: Polycythemia Vera

by jgard967 on Sat Apr 02, 2016 02:47 PM

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Everyone I believe this cancer could be cutedy andbi found out some important info that could help us go into remission and possibly cure it. Please go to the myelofibrosis forums in this website and there is a protocol that people have been doing that helped them go into remission someone who had polycythemia Vera did the protocol and went into remission, the protocol consists of high amount of ascorbic acid (vitamin c) about 40 grams and low amounts of sodium selenite about 5mlg the reason vitmain c put myelofibrosis in remission and could help is us put polycythemia Vera in remission is because it is a jak inhibitor which inhibits the mutated jak gene this could have potential in treating this disease please do research to find out more!!!

RE: Polycythemia Vera

by jgard967 on Sat Apr 02, 2016 02:48 PM

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Everyone I believe this cancer could be cutedy andbi found out some important info that could help us go into remission and possibly cure it. Please go to the myelofibrosis forums in this website and there is a protocol that people have been doing that helped them go into remission someone who had polycythemia Vera did the protocol and went into remission, the protocol consists of high amount of ascorbic acid (vitamin c) about 40 grams and low amounts of sodium selenite about 5mlg the reason vitmain c put myelofibrosis in remission and could help is us put polycythemia Vera in remission is because it is a jak inhibitor which inhibits the mutated jak gene this could have potential in treating this disease please do research to find out more!!!

RE: Polycythemia Vera

by jgard967 on Sat Apr 02, 2016 02:50 PM

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Everyone I believe this cancer could be cutedy andbi found out some important info that could help us go into remission and possibly cure it. Please go to the myelofibrosis forums in this website and there is a protocol that people have been doing that helped them go into remission someone who had polycythemia Vera did the protocol and went into remission, the protocol consists of high amount of ascorbic acid (vitamin c) about 40 grams and low amounts of sodium selenite about 5mlg the reason vitmain c put myelofibrosis in remission and could help is us put polycythemia Vera in remission is because it is a jak inhibitor which inhibits the mutated jak gene this could have potential in treating this disease please do research to find out more!!!

RE: Polycythemia Vera

by jgard967 on Sat Apr 02, 2016 02:50 PM

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On Mar 05, 2016 10:38 PM nanc24u wrote:

No I have never heard of it but I do take fish oil, Vitamin D and also primrose oil and use a lot of olive oil. so I guess I am pretty much covered there.

Except I am sure what you are taking the dose is probably calculated much differently. thanks for the sugestion.

Everyone I believe this cancer could be cutedy andbi found out some important info that could help us go into remission and possibly cure it. Please go to the myelofibrosis forums in this website and there is a protocol that people have been doing that helped them go into remission someone who had polycythemia Vera did the protocol and went into remission, the protocol consists of high amount of ascorbic acid (vitamin c) about 40 grams and low amounts of sodium selenite about 5mlg the reason vitmain c put myelofibrosis in remission and could help is us put polycythemia Vera in remission is because it is a jak inhibitor which inhibits the mutated jak gene this could have potential in treating this disease please do research to find out more!!!

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