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Response to ruffburr (Original post)

Sun Oct 4, 2015, 11:27 PM

5. Me, too.

I have a squamous(sp.?) cell tumor in the anal canal. I am using CBD oil, keeping my metabolism in the high alkaline region, reducing sugars(my weakness, but very important, as cancer feeds on sugar) as best I can, as much turmeric as we can reasonably fit in my diet, and several other detail protocols. The Radiation Oncologist assured me that in 6 months w/o chemo/radiation treatment, I would be wearing a colostomy bag, having had my anus removed. The treatments mentioned slowed the tumor growth such that I am now at about the year and a quarter mark. What turned slowed growth into tumor shrinkage was Colostrum, a therapeutic nutrient. At this point, my major pain producer is a really bad hemorrhoid, a result of blockage-induced straining for a movement, when the tumor was largest. So, I am on the mend. You can be, too. Do deep (find the source for assertions of efficacy, and what is their reputation, source of their claims, etc.) research on the inter-tubes, find out for yourself what works.
I would like to include whole plant juice, which includes THC-a, allegedly the most potent of the cannabinoids, but I live in Texas, Goddess help me.
By the way, the Cancer-Industrial Complex is largely interested your money, without regard to outcome. Did you notice that the "10-year survival rate" is no longer used to gauge success? It was found that at about 8 to 12 yrs, cancers directly attributable to the chemo and/or radiation treatments began showing up. Now, its a 5 year survival rate.
And I am on a severely limited, fixed income, and couldn't have afforded the co-pay for the first treatment. I could see the "Doctor" lose interest as soon as I told him that.
It is important that you do your own research and decide for yourself which protocols to use.
I am not a doctor and none of the above is to imply that I am giving you medical advice.

Smoked marijuana reduces certain types of pain and elevates mood, according to rumor".
The James

Edit: Watch your dose. We found out that more is not better and can be counterproductive. We reduced to just over half the recommended amount and got better results.

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