Capsol-T

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RE: Capsol-T

by cpm123 on Fri Jun 01, 2018 03:25 PM

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On Aug 10, 2016 10:04 PM nLeem wrote:

Please let me know how you are now doing.  I have been using Capsol-T for a little over one year and my Oncoblot is still positive but nothing is yet or has shown up on MRI's so we are assuming it was very early stage???  Hope you are doing well.  I did read somewhere that once you start taking Capsol-T you should not stop or the cancer will become more aggressive.  This was a little scary to me since I am hoping not to use it.  The important thing is for people to be sure they are getting enough rest, whole foods w/o chemicals or GMO's, and be sure the immune system is up to par.  Hope to hear from you.  

Hi there. I've been taking in a lot of cayanne pepper as part of my regimen to treat stage one kidney cancer. Reading your comment about "you should not stop or the cancer will become more aggressive..." gives me some concern. I've searched online for more info but haven't found anything. Is there somethiing you can point me to to confirm this?

RE: Capsol-T

by nLeem on Fri Jun 01, 2018 11:06 PM

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On Jun 01, 2018 3:25 PM cpm123 wrote:

On Aug 10, 2016 10:04 PM nLeem wrote:

Please let me know how you are now doing.  I have been using Capsol-T for a little over one year and my Oncoblot is still positive but nothing is yet or has shown up on MRI's so we are assuming it was very early stage???  Hope you are doing well.  I did read somewhere that once you start taking Capsol-T you should not stop or the cancer will become more aggressive.  This was a little scary to me since I am hoping not to use it.  The important thing is for people to be sure they are getting enough rest, whole foods w/o chemicals or GMO's, and be sure the immune system is up to par.  Hope to hear from you.  

Hi there. I've been taking in a lot of cayanne pepper as part of my regimen to treat stage one kidney cancer. Reading your comment about "you should not stop or the cancer will become more aggressive..." gives me some concern. I've searched online for more info but haven't found anything. Is there somethiing you can point me to to confirm this?

I am so sorry I never responded to you.  I had contacted Capsol-T sometime in 2015 and thought I was told this.  Also, I had emailed them questions and here is a partial answer from Dr. Mores while he was still living:  10. Can the product be taken long term? How long after a negative test should one continue to take it? YES. PROBABLY FOR LIFE

I had four Oncoblot tests:  3 positive and last year in April one negative.  I still take Capsol-T but I take it every 6 hours (4x over a 24 hour period).  I hope this helps you and hopefully you are doing well.  Cayenne pepper is good for circulation.  

RE: Capsol-T

by jesichashope on Sun Jun 10, 2018 10:40 PM

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On Jun 01, 2018 3:25 PM cpm123 wrote:

On Aug 10, 2016 10:04 PM nLeem wrote:

Please let me know how you are now doing.  I have been using Capsol-T for a little over one year and my Oncoblot is still positive but nothing is yet or has shown up on MRI's so we are assuming it was very early stage???  Hope you are doing well.  I did read somewhere that once you start taking Capsol-T you should not stop or the cancer will become more aggressive.  This was a little scary to me since I am hoping not to use it.  The important thing is for people to be sure they are getting enough rest, whole foods w/o chemicals or GMO's, and be sure the immune system is up to par.  Hope to hear from you.  

Hi there. I've been taking in a lot of cayanne pepper as part of my regimen to treat stage one kidney cancer. Reading your comment about "you should not stop or the cancer will become more aggressive..." gives me some concern. I've searched online for more info but haven't found anything. Is there somethiing you can point me to to confirm this?

Capsol-T is just decaffinated green tea and capsium or cayenne pepper, both are not harmful to take for long periods of time. 
Will your cancer become more aggressive if you stop? The only reason your cancer will become or appear to be more aggressive is if the stem cells are producing stronger cells. This happens when you hold back cancer by any means. Chemo, radiation, heavy use of certain supplements, hyperthermia, etc all will kill off and slow down the weaker cells but will not stop stem cells. When you stop doing whatever treatment that is, the stem cells kick in to proliferate the areas with new cells. These are usually stronger than before. And most times, especially with chemo treatments the cells become more resistant making it harder each time to control the progression. 
What you are looking for is to kill it not just hold it back. 

Hope this helps. 

RE: Capsol-T

by golter2000 on Tue Apr 16, 2019 04:29 PM

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Hi everybody Hope all are doing well and everything is just right. Do you know if oncoblot can be provided somewhere. I did oncoblot 4 times all where positive. Last one was 2016. I would like to make sure if I’m free or not. Also anyone is doing capsul t till now. Any development in this regard.

RE: Capsol-T

by nLeem on Tue Apr 16, 2019 06:39 PM

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Hi, I also did 4 oncoblot test (i.e., 4 times) - last one in 2017 which was finally negative - the other previous 3 were positive.  I still take Capsol-T just to be on the safe side.  You may know that the oncoblot was replaced by https://www.ivygenelabs.com/  the Ivy Gene test.  It is different from the oncoblot but you might want to check into this. And there are always various cancer marker tests which can be done, though not always considered accurate as was the oncoblot.  Hope this helps.  

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