TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

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RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by Ribenar on Sat Aug 18, 2012 06:41 AM

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Hi Veronica I am from Hong Kong as well. My mother has very advanced metastated cancer and I would like to buy TRICAN to have a go. May I know where did you buy TRICAN? Many thanks.

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by ashleyhope on Wed Oct 17, 2012 07:16 PM

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On Jun 02, 2012 5:07 PM jones13 wrote:

My mother just started on the TRICAN yesterday.  She also does the fso/cc treatment and has done 10 days of the recommended Aloe treatment.  They have been very responsive to my question a the Budwig Center.  There is also a facebook page where you can ask questions.   I couldn't find much on it either, but I feel like Dr Budwig knew what she was doing and had a lot of success.  I read all through the website, the testimonials, and listened to an interview with Dr Jenkins, the ND that runs the Budwig Center.  There is also another center in Spain that also uses TRICAN with great sucess.  I admit, I have very high hopes for the TRICAN. I have done a LOT of research on alternative therapies and felt this was a good one for my Mom. I am still hoping and praying as my Mother has very advanced cancer.  She didn't do much conventional treatment, but the doctors said it wouldn't help her anyway.  So, we moved on to more alternative treatments.  She's also on other supplements and a low-inflammatory diet.  Feel free to message or email me.  Julie

I wish your mother regains her health. Trican and FOCC should help. Can you say where you purchased Trican? 

Also what is the name of the other centre in spain that uses Trican?

Thanks

ashleyhope

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by davesky36 on Fri Nov 30, 2012 12:40 PM

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On Jun 02, 2012 5:07 PM jones13 wrote:

My mother just started on the TRICAN yesterday.  She also does the fso/cc treatment and has done 10 days of the recommended Aloe treatment.  They have been very responsive to my question a the Budwig Center.  There is also a facebook page where you can ask questions.   I couldn't find much on it either, but I feel like Dr Budwig knew what she was doing and had a lot of success.  I read all through the website, the testimonials, and listened to an interview with Dr Jenkins, the ND that runs the Budwig Center.  There is also another center in Spain that also uses TRICAN with great sucess.  I admit, I have very high hopes for the TRICAN. I have done a LOT of research on alternative therapies and felt this was a good one for my Mom. I am still hoping and praying as my Mother has very advanced cancer.  She didn't do much conventional treatment, but the doctors said it wouldn't help her anyway.  So, we moved on to more alternative treatments.  She's also on other supplements and a low-inflammatory diet.  Feel free to message or email me.  Julie

I have a brother in law with very advanced cancer. I am trying to find some feedback from others who have used TRICAN as I'm interested in getting this supplement for him. I'm hoping that you saw improvements with your mother and wondering if you have anything to say about TRICAN. Please let me know. Thanks.

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by snflwrc on Sun Dec 09, 2012 07:56 AM

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I have been taking the Budwig's distance program C for   Stage 4 Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. I first did chemo for 7 months to only get little improvement. My doctor and I even agreed to not do the last treatment since it wasn't working well enough..the most a tumor shrank was 1cm in the total of 7 months and the fluid around my lungs never decreased.  I stopped chemo and started the Budwig program right away.  Three weeks later I had a cat scan.  And the results were amazing! For the first time since my diagnosis the fluid around my lungs decreased and my largest tumor shrank from 6cm to 3.5 cm..almost in half! Once I started the program..and followed the diet and recommendations on the Budwig guide...excercising on a trampoline with breathing excercises..changing water filters..etc..I had so much more energy. I follow the program for the most part..sometimes I cheat on the diet a little but not too much or too often. I am continuing the program and pray to God this program gets rid of this cancer!

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by RoxanaC on Sun Dec 09, 2012 06:30 PM

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I am finding it always bizzare when someone has only one post and this is to promote the so called Budwig diet in a post which is actually about TRICAN. It almost seem like trying to promote a certain program. I can vouch that BUDWIG diet does not work in fact in lymphoma cases it can worsten the situation. ALl my lymph nodes hardended up from all that cottage cheese so for sure it cannot be healthy. I will like you to post your scans and your diagnoses showing what you claim but I bet this will be your only post.

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by RoxanaC on Sun Dec 09, 2012 06:30 PM

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On Dec 09, 2012 7:56 AM snflwrc wrote:

I have been taking the Budwig's distance program C for   Stage 4 Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. I first did chemo for 7 months to only get little improvement. My doctor and I even agreed to not do the last treatment since it wasn't working well enough..the most a tumor shrank was 1cm in the total of 7 months and the fluid around my lungs never decreased.  I stopped chemo and started the Budwig program right away.  Three weeks later I had a cat scan.  And the results were amazing! For the first time since my diagnosis the fluid around my lungs decreased and my largest tumor shrank from 6cm to 3.5 cm..almost in half! Once I started the program..and followed the diet and recommendations on the Budwig guide...excercising on a trampoline with breathing excercises..changing water filters..etc..I had so much more energy. I follow the program for the most part..sometimes I cheat on the diet a little but not too much or too often. I am continuing the program and pray to God this program gets rid of this cancer!

I am finding it always bizzare when someone has only one post and this is to promote the so called Budwig diet in a post which is actually about TRICAN. It almost seem like trying to promote a certain program. I can vouch that BUDWIG diet does not work in fact in lymphoma cases it can worsten the situation. ALl my lymph nodes hardended up from all that cottage cheese so for sure it cannot be healthy. I will like you to post your scans and your diagnoses showing what you claim but I bet this will be your only post.

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by Beanly on Mon Dec 10, 2012 01:02 AM

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Hi, Roxana,

I belong to the FSO2 Yahoo group. The information there is definitely accurate. It is not necessary to buy a membership at the other site that belongs to the group's moderator, though it does contain some useful things. I never paid to join her site, but I do understand that maintaining a site costs money, so I do not consider it to be necessarily a case of “trying to make money on other people's pain.” The owner/moderator you speak of also gives generously of her time to advise people on the FSO2 site, charging absolutely nothing there. You don't need her products, either. My husband got by fine with just the information at FSO2 and flaxseed oil from Barlean's Organic Oils and cottage cheese from CostCo.

I feel passionate about this because my husband is well today, thanks to Budwig. He was diagnosed with a liver cancer 5cm in diameter (MRI and a needle biopsy) in the spring of 2008 (when he was 70) and we have used only the information on the FSO2 forum and Johanna Budwig's books to fight it. He refused chemo and radiation because his liver specialist admitted from the start that they could only buy him time, not save his life.

We have never been urged to join the moderator's separate site, and she is not selling or promoting her products on the FSO2 site. Believe me, the FSO2 information is more accurate than a lot that you will find in other places. We followed it, and (though it took over 4 years) last month my husband had an MRI that found his cancer had completely disappeared. It never metastasized or given him any trouble with symptoms, other than making him tired.

To tell the truth, I felt the way you do about people trying to make money with cancer treatments, which is why I was originally drawn to the FSO2 group. Everything there is free, including advice from the moderator, whether or not you choose to pay at her separate site. It would be natural for them to do so, since they are a business. But what really bothers me is the supplements they offer. There are a number of people, sites, and clinics who are trying to cash in on the success of the Budwig Protocol by putting their own twist on it so they can claim to be different. So I would tell a cancer patient to check out everything very carefully and keep the old addage, "Buyer beware"  in mind. And I can’t help asking: Isn't the Budwig Center making money?

J. Budwig was against supplements as a whole, when they are not natural foods in themselves and have been made in factories and laboratories. There has been a lot of discussion about this on the forum. I think the consensus is that if someone has been found to be truly deficient in some important substance, it would be all right to take a supplement. For instance, blood tests showed my husband and me to be deficient in D3, and we can’t get enough of it by sunbathing, so we take the pills. It is only in recent years how essential D3 is to the immune system, and if J.B. had known that, she might have permitted it, who knows? Any whole food that is a supplement (like goji berries or turmeric, for instance) is fine. Some supplements--especially the anti-oxident type--work in ways that are opposite to the Budwig Protocol and may spoil its effectiveness.

It's your life and your decision, but I really urge you to read J. Budwig's books and the files at FSO2, and decide for yourself which site is more accurate in speaking about the Budwig Protocol. Some people at FSO2 also look for naturopaths to guide them. Nothing wrong with that, and I suppose it gives people more confidence. We are on a limited income, so had to go only with the free information at FSO2. It still worked. I often comment at FSO2, with the idea of paying it forward, because BP and the advice in the forum's Files and Budwig's books saved my husband's life.

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by Beanly on Mon Dec 10, 2012 01:14 AM

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Hi Roxana,

As it happens, I came here because someone at FSO2 posted a message asking about Trican, and I had forgotten why people there say it is not Budwig-compliant.

I realize I am now replying to a message you wrote for someone else, but because you wrote about the Budwig Center site, I can't help asking if it was THEIR Budwig Protocol that you followed and that didn't help you, or was it the Budwig Protocol discussed at FSO2, because if it was, then you were not following the real thing.

That said, I am awfully sorry to hear that you got worse. There is no cancer treatment--Budwig, or any other--guaranteed to cure all cancers, and my husband and I know from experience how scary it is trying to decide which to follow. I hope you will be successful in your fight.

There! That makes two posts for me, and I originally came here for info, NOT to promote Budwig. But it does work for some people, and I couldn't let misinformation about it stand.

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by RoxanaC on Mon Dec 10, 2012 11:39 PM

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On Dec 10, 2012 1:14 a.m. Beanly wrote:

Hi Roxana,

As it happens, I came here because someone at FSO2 posted a message asking about Trican, and I had forgotten why people there say it is not Budwig-compliant.

I realize I am now replying to a message you wrote for someone else, but because you wrote about the Budwig Center site, I can't help asking if it was THEIR Budwig Protocol that you followed and that didn't help you, or was it the Budwig Protocol discussed at FSO2, because if it was, then you were not following the real thing.

That said, I am awfully sorry to hear that you got worse. There is no cancer treatment--Budwig, or any other--guaranteed to cure all cancers, and my husband and I know from experience how scary it is trying to decide which to follow. I hope you will be successful in your fight.

There! That makes two posts for me, and I originally came here for info, NOT to promote Budwig. But it does work for some people, and I couldn't let misinformation about it stand.

So Beanly, let me see if I understand correctly: you have an innactive account on this forum, yet you have seen my previous post. Although my last post did not mention any woman promoting her site you have decided to refer to her. And even though my previous post does not refer to any comparison between 2 Budwig sites you decided that I probably refered to that so you made a comment about it.

Maybe I was not clear the first time. I believe that promoting the so called Budwig diet and hunting people with false promises just to make a few bucks is frankly bordering criminal

I have been repeatedly contacted by different one posters like the one I had responded in my previous message trying to convince me that  woman gives "free info" and that she is doing that for no benefit. Let's be serious, that is a huge database who had 2 previous owners. When I see people who actively sneaks on other forums creating several accounts to try to direct people on some specific sites it makes me wonder!!!

Now let's clear this issue with the BUDWIG diet. I have read the books and I have grown with sauerkraut etc. IF they will be working against cancer than entire countries will have no cases of cancer.

I would like you to post the test results showing that your husband cancer is in remission. Or, hell, post anything showing that he improved. I am tired and disgusted by word of mouth testimonies, or he heard from a friend of a friend... Excuse me but I need some solid proof not just some claims and bed night stories. These claims are nothing better and in fact even worst than the claims some drug companies are making. At least they have some data to back it up. As far as I know, the only study done regarding Budwig diet did not show any remissions.

I am not the only one for which the so called Budwig cure did not work, I do know of other lymphoma cases and it did not work in any of those cases. How could it possibly work?

In same way, it does not cure viral infections either (as that was another claim I read about it). Id does not cure hep B, hep C, HIV or anything else... Please stop promoting this Budwig diet as a cancer treatment. The word treatement cannot be used in this situation because it is not treating anything. You cannot continue to missinform people in this way!!!

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by snflwrc on Tue Dec 11, 2012 03:50 AM

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On Dec 09, 2012 6:30 PM RoxanaC wrote:

On Dec 09, 2012 7:56 AM snflwrc wrote:

I have been taking the Budwig's distance program C for   Stage 4 Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. I first did chemo for 7 months to only get little improvement. My doctor and I even agreed to not do the last treatment since it wasn't working well enough..the most a tumor shrank was 1cm in the total of 7 months and the fluid around my lungs never decreased.  I stopped chemo and started the Budwig program right away.  Three weeks later I had a cat scan.  And the results were amazing! For the first time since my diagnosis the fluid around my lungs decreased and my largest tumor shrank from 6cm to 3.5 cm..almost in half! Once I started the program..and followed the diet and recommendations on the Budwig guide...excercising on a trampoline with breathing excercises..changing water filters..etc..I had so much more energy. I follow the program for the most part..sometimes I cheat on the diet a little but not too much or too often. I am continuing the program and pray to God this program gets rid of this cancer!

I am finding it always bizzare when someone has only one post and this is to promote the so called Budwig diet in a post which is actually about TRICAN. It almost seem like trying to promote a certain program. I can vouch that BUDWIG diet does not work in fact in lymphoma cases it can worsten the situation. ALl my lymph nodes hardended up from all that cottage cheese so for sure it cannot be healthy. I will like you to post your scans and your diagnoses showing what you claim but I bet this will be your only post.

Wow..I'm sooo sorry you are turning this into an attack on me. This program has worked for me so far and I will continue to do it. You have to go on your own journey to decide what works for you..I  am not claiming this works for everyone.  And I am not even sure it will continue to work..I just know it has worked so far and pray it continues to. I'm a real person and would not post my personal medical file on the web.  And I will continue to post to give updates on my progress with this program. I am not here to promote the program for money. In fact a family member whose gotten good results with the program also, paid for the entire distance program for me otherwise I would have never tried it. For those who cannot afford the entire program I would get Cellect from the web, it is cheaper and the same as Trican. 

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