posted on Aug, 22 2016 @ 10:20 PM
A rather obscure lab came up with Maitaki mushroom d'fraction and plain old L-ascorbic acid (Vit C) combined in a certain ratio that was an excellent
cancer killer in a test tube, in fact the best one they had seen according to the researcher (as I remember it). The only question was will it work in
It's just one of a zillion "alternative cancer treatments" but it has my attention specifically due to a friend's friend with pancreatic cancer who
used that mix in a liposomal suspension and had a near miraculous result last month ... he was newly diagnosed with (nearly always fatal) pancreatic
cancer and heard about the stuff and found some online, took it in smaller amounts than the protocol suggested and still the tumor stopped growing,
shrunk and broke into small fragments in the month before they operated... and the oncologists told him to keep taking it as they had never seen that
happen without chemo.
Unfortunately, or not, he is now doing conventional chemo therapy... which sucks.
Since then I did some digging and found a slew of anecdotal results from the stuff, all good... so if I were to get cancer, as one in three of us
eventually do, I'd try that first... especially as it is non-toxic... though it is suggested that people be careful as the dead cancer cells can cause
sepsis if killed in sufficient numbers and many use coffee enemas to clean the detritus out (eww).
So, hearsay based on one's lab science along with various caveats about specific cancers and individuals... but what the heck? It's cheap, non toxic
and is half an essential vitamin most don't get enough of anyway.
edit on 8/22/2016 by Baddogma because: know to now ...typo