Cancer Cures

Sodium Bicarbonate: Miracle Medicine or Quack Treatment?

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This article on sodium bicarbonate is a chapter from my book Cancer Cured.  If you find it helpful, please support my work and buy my book on Amazon. SODIUM BICARBONATE, ALSO known as baking soda, is a type of salt that can be found in crystalline rock formations in nature.  Bicarbonate, the acid-neutralizing portion of sodium bicarbonate, is…

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Oranges As Medicine: Healing Miracle or Quackery?

Oranges as Medicine

This article on oranges is a chapter from my book Cancer Cured.  If you find it helpful, please support my work and buy my book on Amazon. Sweet, powerfully refreshing and bursting with flavor, it’s no surprise that oranges are one of the most popular fruits in the world.  Most people are aware that oranges…

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Sea Cucumber Cancer Treatment: Your Complete Guide

Sea cucumber is an aquatic creature that resides in earth’s mineral-rich oceans and offers an array of uniquely medicinal substances which are proven effective against cancer and other diseases.  Seaweeds such as kombu, limu and mozuku contain many of these rare medicines as well as algae, sea urchins, sea snails, and sea cucumbers. Sea cucumbers are squishy, boneless…

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Vitamin B17 for Cancer: Your Complete Guide

The B17 Cover-Up In 1535 the French explorer Jacques Cartier and his expedition were frozen in the ice off the St. Lawrence river. 25 of the 110 crew were dead from scurvy and the rest were due to follow. At this point a friendly native American came forward with a potion made from the needles…

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Frankincense Cancer Treatment: Your Complete Guide

Frankincense is a hard, resinous material made from the sap of the Boswellia tree, which is native to the mountainous regions of India, Northern Africa and the Middle East.  Numerous types of Boswellia trees contain the particular sap used to make frankincense, including Boswellia Sacra (aka Boswellia carteri, Boswellia thurifera, Boswellia bhaw-dajiana), Boswellia Frereana, and Boswellia Serrata.  This ancient medicine has been used…

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Dichloroacetate (DCA) Cancer Treatment: Your Complete Guide

Drug companies are not interested in medicines that won’t make them profit because that would put an end to the trillions of dollars they rake in every year selling drugs. When a healthy cell becomes damaged, it commits suicide and kills itself in a process called apoptosis.  When a healthy cell becomes cancerous, however, its…

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Coconut Oil Cancer Treatment: Your Complete Guide

Lauric acid is already a well-established destroyer of bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites, and now scientists are discovering something even more amazing – it can also kill cancer cells. About 60% of coconut oil is comprised of lauric acid.  In fact, coconut oil with it’s potent anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties, contains more lauric acid than…

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Cannabis Oil Cancer Treatment: Your Complete Guide

This article will show you virtually everything you need to know about cannabis medicine – including the story of Rick Simpson, 8 people who have cured themselves of cancer, 10 medical studies on cannabis vs cancer, and most importantly, the exciting future of cannabis medicine. Cannabis is a beautiful and aromatic flowering plant that includes…

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Soursop Cancer Treatment: Your Complete Guide

From deep within the Amazon Rainforest, known as “the cancer killer“, researchers have discovered that extracts from the Graviola tree kill cancer cells 10,000 times more effectively than chemotherapy. The spikey-fruit, known as Soursop, is produced by the Graviola tree – a flowering, evergreen also known as Annona muricata. It has a wide array of…

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Milk Thistle Cancer Treatment: Your Complete Guide

The bright-purple flowering plant with glossy, marbled leaves known as Milk Thistle, has been shown in many scientific studies to kill cancer cells, with no side effects. Used in herbal medicine in the treatment of liver diseases for years, Milk thistle was originally native to Southern Europe through to Asia, but can now be found…

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