Originally posted by KidOK
The reason Im telling this is Im wondering if there is any reason I shouldnt tell her. I saw a few sites saying it was toxic. I dont want to tell
her about this and it be my responsibilty if something bad were to happen.
I need some feedback guys....Please.
Don't just tell about a single alternative therapy, find as many as possible, and don't forget that there is no guarantee whatsoever, so best
recommend something harmless, stuff which may not work but isn't detrimental.
Laetrile is unfortunately toxic, sure, cancer cells are hit hard, but the remains need to be absorbed, along with the toxins... On top of that,
attacking cancer cells may aggravate the issue, because any living thing under stress reacts one way or the other. I will list a few threads concering
alt. cancer treatment but never forget, that these are essentially underground methods, odds are people you may get in contact with are not well
versed or outright quacks looking for a quick buck.
this is a famous example of misapplication (on purpose or not), 714X is certainly harmless, but it's hard to apply (injected into a lymph node) which
is why it failed testing in rats, and got banned in the US. no reliable data on effectiveness, though, and a tad hard to get hold of.
the next is just a glimpse of what's there
energy based treatments are not new by any standards, unfortunately the need for sophisticated equipment and a skilled operator make them notoriously
there are of course tons of nutritional guides and herbal remedies in the widest sense. minerals, vitamins and so on belong into the same category,
some of them (fat soluble) can be overdosed, same for minerals, so i advise common sense when dealing with supplements.
PS: beware of snake-oil, there is no established market for these things, so product quality may vary from 'excellent' to 'compressed dirt'. hope
this helped a bit, if you have questions, post or use u2u. either way, try to confirm anything you run across. (including this post)