How the Palo de Campeche tree can help you cure lung cancer at home
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Hematoxylin and DMSO
Dr. Eli Tucker used Hematoxylin and Dimethylsulfoxide to cure lung cancer via inhalation of these two substances. Dr. Tucker advised patients to fill a nebulizer with 2 mL of saline solution and 4 drops of the following DMSO-Hematoxylin Mixture. This mixture of saline solution and DMSO-Hematoxylin should be administered twice daily for 10 minutes. There should be at least 2 hours between inhalation sessions.
Below is the recipe to use to create the DMSO-Hematoxylin Mixture to be added to the saline solution. Be sure to purchase a pure, powdered Hematoxylin product rather than a solution. Many hematoxylin solutions contain impurities and additives that can be toxic when inhaled into the lungs:
DMSO-Hematoxylin Mixture Recipe:
Dissolve 25 grams of hematoxylin in 75 milliliters of DMSO. Stir this mixture until no sediment settles at the bottom. Put this solution in a brown, glass bottle for later use.
Vitamin B17 is the most important lung cancer cure that patients should know about if they’ve been diagnosed with this disease. The same doctor, Dr. Sugiura, who developed chemotherapy at Sloan Kettering Memorial Hospital discovered vitamin B17 and its role in the development of cancer. This doctor did studies on lab rats and found that he could cure cancer 100% of the time in these animal models of the disease. Sloan Kettering Memorial Hospital quietly dismissed Dr. Sugiura as a result of this discovery and sought to cover up the information about vitamin B17. Nurses, orderlies, and a journalist who had been sent to follow Dr. Sugiura and his work in the development of chemotherapy to promote chemo, worked together to get Dr. Sugiura’s work on vitamin B17 out of the hospital. Today, many scientists and doctors who work with vitamin B17 believe that cancer may be nothing more than a vitamin B17 deficiency disease (much like scurvy is a vitamin C deficiency disease).
If you are looking for a natural lung cancer cure, start by seeking out raw, bitter, organic apricot kernels. Eat up to 4 to 5 of them every hour for up to 10 hours of the day. Avoid consuming them with food or other supplements to prevent the vitamin B17 from being “burnt up” by vitamin C in other foods/supplements. Another option is to seek out amygdalin supplements or Laetrile injections or intravenous therapies at a no-chemo, no-radiation cancer cure facility.
Lugol’s iodine is an iodine product that contains both molecular iodine and potassium iodide to feed the thyroid gland and the reproductive organs. If you have lung cancer, you’re probably worried about metastasizing of the cancer cells to other areas of your body. Lugol’s iodine promotes immunity and it specifically protects the reproductive organs and the thyroid gland from cancer. It also has a generally fortifying effect on immunity, which means it can help recruit your body into the battle against lung cancer.
Note that Lugol’s iodine is different from the iodine that you can buy in a grocery store or at the pharmacy. Both types of iodine (Lugol’s and Betadine, for example) can be used to promote immunity, but read more here to learn how to use these two types of iodine effectively to protect yourself from lung infections such as COVID or influenza if you’re suffering from lung cancer.
Pancreatic enzymes are another major treatment option if you’re looking for a natural lung cancer cure. In the early 1900’s, before the development of the American Medical Association and the corporatizing of medicine, doctors were able to cure patients from various types of cancer including lung cancer by using nothing but pancreatic enzyme therapy. The cancer cure rate for patients who receive no other type of treatment except pancreatic enzyme supplements was about 13%. Compare this to the cure rate for patients who receive only chemotherapy patients which stands at about 2-3% and one starts to wonder why pancreatic enzyme therapy isn’t always administered to patients with lung cancer and other types of cancer.
Pancreatic enzymes, when they are being released from the pancreas at normal levels, are often re-absorbed by the intestines into the bloodstream if our diet isn’t too high in animal products. When the diet is too high in animal products, patients become deficient in pancreatic enzymes. Then, pancreatic enzymes do not circulate in the blood. But pancreatic enzymes eat away at the sheath that normally surrounds and protects cancer cells from the human immune system. So it’s easy to see the role that pancreatic enzymes (or rather, a lack of pancreatic enzymes) play in the development of cancer.
Taking pancreatic enzyme supplements in addition to taking vitamin B17 and Lugol’s iodine increases your odds of beating lung cancer by about 73-83% if you’ve already received chemotherapy or radiation treatments, but the cure rate is closer to 85-90% if you have not receive chemo or radiation treatments yet.
Quercetin is a flavonoid (a plant pigment) found in various fruits, flowers, and vegetables. It is an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antihistamine that has been used to treat not only cancer, but also heart disease, allergies, asthma, arthritis, and various other health problems.
Studies have shown that patients who frequently ingested quercetin had a reduced risk of lung cancer. One scientific study noted that higher quercetin intake positively changed the expression of genes in response to tobacco use in humans. A different study noted that a higher intake of quercetin (in this case, 6 doses of 1mg/kg, administered orally every 3 days) was able to act therapeutically to prevent cancer, whereas somewhat lower doses were effective in preventing cancer from developing. Other successful studies have administered injections of quercetin at 80mg/kg twice a week for 4 weeks, and 50mg/kg twice a day for one month.
As a naturally occuring and widely found phytochemical, quercetin has an excellent track record for safety. Nonetheless, some studies have observed that especially high doses of quercetin (more than 1 gram per day) may have negative effects on the kidneys, so it’s recommended that people taking quercetin take a break from supplementation periodically to avoid these effects. People taking antibiotics should be aware that quercetin may decrease the effects of these medications. Those on anticoagulant medications (blood thinners, like warfarin and aspirin) should know that quercetin may enhance the effects of these drugs and increase the risk of bleeding. Other drug interactions include the following:
- Quercetin may cause corticosteroid medications to remain in the body for longer
- The absorption of cyclosporine, and immunosuppressant drug, is inhibited by quercetin supplementation
- Use of quercetin with digoxin can increase the risks and side effects of digoxin
- Fluoroquinolones are not as effective when taken with quercetin
- Drugs absorbed or affected by the liver may affect the way that the body uses these medications since quercetin affects the liver.
- Quercetin can enhance the effects of the chemotherapy medications doxorubicin and cisplatin; some people may be able to taken smaller doses of chemotherapy if they combine these chemo drugs with quercetin (although the authors of this book don’t endorse chemotherapy, we acknowledge that some people aren’t willing to forgo chemo treatment, in which case combination therapies like this may be a good choice)
Molecular Hydrogen Therapy for Lung Cancer
While there are many ways to administer molecular hydrogen, inhalation and/or nebulization (or even professional administration of hydrogen through a cannula) are the most commonly and effectively used methods for the treatment of lung problems, including for lung cancer. Some studies have shown that administration of molecular hydrogen can inhibit the growth, migration, and invasion of certain lung cancer cell lines. In addition, molecular hydrogen may actively incite cell death in some esophageal cancer cells. Thus, this may be a valuable treatment for patients with lung cancer in particular, but also patients with other related forms of cancer as well (respiratory system cancers in general may benefit from hydrogen therapy).
One 2019 case report noted that, in a woman with lung cancer and metastatic brain cancer, inhaled hydrogen gas resulted in the disappearance of her brain cancer specifically. Some other studies have also noted positive effects in the use of molecular hydrogen for the treatment of colorectal cancer and gliomas, as well as squamous cell carcinomas. Molecular hydrogen may help to not only stop cancer cells from replicating and causing damage, but it may also be able to prevent healthy cells from being harmed.
For patients who don’t want to diverge too far from the conventional medical system for treating cancer using chemotherapy and/or radiation, molecular hydrogen may be a valuable adjuvant treatment. In addition to the positive effects described above, hydrogen therapy can prevent hyperalgesia (heightened pain response and/or chronic pain) caused by the drug oxaliplatin. For this purpose, hydrogen-enriched water is specifically administered to improve the overall bacterial environment in the gut, in addition to being anti-inflammatory and antioxidant (all of these functions work together to relieve oxaliplatin-induced pain).
Oxygen Therapies for Lung Cancer
Dr. Otto Warburg was the first to discover that cancer cells cannot survive in the presence of oxygen or in an alkaline environment. When a cancer cell is exposed to oxygen or is deprived of acid, it will eventually “suffocate” and die, leaving any healthy cells near to it unaffected an in fact healthier than before (since healthy cells thrive in a sufficiently oxygenated, somewhat alkaline environment). For patients with lung cancer, this means that therapies that utilize oxygen are a particularly good treatment option. In addition to providing extra oxygen for the body’s blood and tissues, oxygen therapies are also alkalizing for the entire body.
There are a few different types of oxygen therapy, but the most accessible are supplemental oxygen therapy and ozone therapy. Ozone therapy is by far one of the most powerful oxygen treatments, but both will likely have positive effects for lung cancer patients (they may even be combined in some cases).
Supplemental oxygen therapy involves breathing concentrated, purified oxygen through a cannula. The person receiving the treatment only has to sit back and breathe as deeply as they can comfortably, or just breathe normally during the treatment. The purified oxygen is mixed with the patient’s breath, and is delivered directly into the lungs and nasal passages first, and then from the capillaries in these areas to the rest of the body, thus increasing both the blood and tissue saturation of oxygen in the lungs as well as in other areas. Some people are given oxygen for large parts of the day (such as in hospital settings), while other people choose to visit oxygen “bars” or boutique clinics to receive supplemental oxygen therapy (the amount of time that you will be permitted to breathe oxygen at one of these locations may vary).
Ozone therapy is usually administered either intravenously or rectally.
The intravenous administration requires that the patient be hooked up (via and IV) to a machine that will pull some of their own blood out of their vein, process it to ozonate it, and then reinject it back into the vein (small amounts are processed each time, and so this process is completed a few times during each session). This directly ozonates (hyper-oxygenates) the patient’s blood, and since blood goes to all parts of the body, including the lungs, it by effect alkalizes and oxygenates the patient’s entire body. Many people have had impressive success using the treatment to cure cancer as well as other health problems.
The rectal administration of ozone, also sometimes referred to as “rectal ozone insufflation”, involves the administration of ozone gas directly into the rectum. The process is similar to that of an enema or colonic, but instead of administering a liquid into the rectum, a gas (it feels like air) is administered instead. Since there are many capillaries in the rectum and intestines where the ozone can enter the bloodstream, this method is also highly effective, similar to the IV administration of ozone.
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