posted on May, 9 2016 @ 09:38 PM
originally posted by: woodwardjnr
a reply to: circuittoys yes I ordered some apricot kernels for what it's worth, but I'm open to all suggestions
Woodward, I'm brand new here so I never had the pleasure of getting to know you and to enjoy what I imagine has been a lot of wisdom over the years.
I've been reading the replies to see if it would be okay to offer a suggestion, and I was glad to read your reply above.
I have a book I'd like to offer you, either via email, Dropbox, whatever is best and most convenient for you. I've seen several people offer you good
nutritional advice, and you might know that others have won their battles nutritionally. There are many approaches. Some are very simple and fairly
inexpensive. I'm not an expert, so I won't go into the variety of ways that rebel doctors have been curing cancer internationally.
If you're interested in reading something that could possibly be of help, I'd be happy to provide the book called "Cancer-free: Your Guide to Gentle
Non-Toxic Healing" by Bill Henderson and Carlos M. Garcia, M.D.
I bought it for a friend who has lung cancer, but he understandably wanted to go the traditional medicine route. I have it in .pdf and .mobi formats,
but if another format would be better for you, I"ll see if I can provide it another way.
One of the methods used by a doctor in Germany is just a mixture of flax seed oil and cottage cheese. It's said that this mixture kills cancer cells
"by the billions." An oncologist is quoted in the book as saying "this is the most successful anti-cancer diet in the world."
All of the methods include information from doctors and credible experts, and they explain *why* this protocol is so effective in scientific/molecular
terms. And just so you know, you can add nuts and berries to the cottage cheese mix, and they tell you exactly how to make it, etc.