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Anyone have any personal experience with Amygdalin or apricot kernels?
   

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I don't advocate the use of cannabis as it's illegal in the UK, and most of the stuff on the market is too strong, but this video maybe worth a look, wether it's true or not i am not sure, but there seems to be a lot of info out there regarding this, i just lost an Uncle yesterday to bowl Cancer and i lost my dad 10 years ago to Lymphoma.

Therer's a guy on youtube who was diagnosed with skin cancer on his face, the treatment was radio therapy and chemotherapy cream, the result would be that his face would get destroyed either way, he didn't go that route but rubbed cannabis oil on the visible tumour and photographed it for 2 months each day, it got cured leaving his face as good as the day before he had the tumour.he videoed and shows photos of the cure  O0

All i can say is someone needs to do some testing  8)

I can understand why it's banned, it threatens a lot of industrial profits, also theres so many different active ingredients in cannabis it would cost too much to patent lab produced synthetic equivalents.
Look at aspirin it can be extracted from the willow tree, but the stuff you buy in the shops is synthesized, no profits from extraction of a tree juice and it couldnt be patented.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xh2qd_foV-4[/youtube]
   

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No experience with apricot kernels, but my sister died of breast cancer in March of this year.  She fought it for over a year, and endured several rounds of radiation and chemo.  I didn't know it at the time, but I think her diet was largely to blame - too much dairy, and grains.
   
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Very sorry to hear that. I have some 100mg tablets of amygdalin, a generic regiment is to take 6 a day for 21 days (600mg). Then 4 per day for three months. I believe it works, but I don't have cancer and everyone else doesn't want to hear about it, oddly enough. Not even giving it a try. If I ever contract it, I'll try it before I try anything else.
   

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amygdalin

Says cyanide poisoning is common in people who take amygdalin as a cancer cure.

If you review the diets versus cancer rates for different cultures, diet appears to be a common factor.

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Low carb diet slows tumor growth: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21673053

   
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Sorry about your sister if I knew about her sooner I would recommend you using MMS(Miracle Mineral Solution). I have not tested it yet but one of my friends had good results takings MMS for Hepatit type B.
More information here: http://jimhumble.org/

There are many testinomials on the web, simply google it. The solution is very simple to make. details are available on the web too.

FDA has started alarming against MMS for years! but read about these conspiracies in above webpage.

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I am not fammiliar with what you have used but I belive MMS works.


   
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Based on when I took some, I didnt note any illness. Just my minimal experience. In it's locked form, it is less toxic than sugar. Here is the report I read:

http://worldwithoutcancer.org.uk/mono.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amygdalin

Says cyanide poisoning is common in people who take amygdalin as a cancer cure.

If you review the diets versus cancer rates for different cultures, diet appears to be a common factor.

EDIT:
Low carb diet slows tumor growth: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21673053


   

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Check out sodium bicarbonate. You'll be pleasantly surprised.


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By Dr. Mercola  {MD}

Could a ketogenic diet eventually be a “standard of care” drug-free treatment for cancer? Personally, I believe it’s absolutely crucial, for whatever type of cancer you’re trying to address, and hopefully some day it will be adopted as a first line of treatment.

A ketogenic diet calls for eliminating all but non-starchy vegetable carbohydrates, and replacing them with healthy fats and high-quality protein.

The premise is that since cancer cells need glucose to thrive, and carbohydrates turn into glucose in your body, then lowering the glucose level in your blood though carb and protein restriction literally starves the cancer cells into oblivion. Additionally, low protein intake tends to minimize the mTOR pathway that accelerates cell proliferation.

This type of diet, in which you restrict all but non-starchy vegetable carbs and replace them with low to moderate amounts of high-quality protein and high amounts of beneficial fat, is what I recommend for everyone, whether you have cancer or not. It’s a diet that will help optimize your weight and all chronic degenerative disease. Eating this way will help you convert from carb burning mode to fat burning.

Dr. Thomas Seyfried is one of the leading pioneer academic researchers in promoting how to treat cancer nutritionally. He’s been teaching neurogenetics and neurochemistry as it relates to cancer treatment at Yale University and Boston College for the past 25 years.

He’s written over 150 peer-reviewed scientific articles and book chapters, and has also published a book, Cancer as a Metabolic Disease: On the Origin, Management, and Prevention of Cancer.

Ketogenic Diet Accepted as First Line Approach for Epilepsy; Is Cancer Next?

The ketogenic diet has actually been used for managing seizures in children for quite some time. While Dr. Seyfried and his team worked on brain cancer and epilepsy in mice, one of his students suggested investigating whether or not a ketogenic diet might also be effective against tumors.

So, in the late ‘90s, they began dovetailing their work on ketogenic diets and epilepsy and cancer together, eventually bringing them to a better understanding of how changing your whole-body metabolic state can be effective in targeting and eliminating tumor cells.

Interestingly, clinical medicine has recognized the ketogenic diet as a valuable option in the treatment of epilepsy since the late 90’s.

,,, MORE:  http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/06/16/ketogenic-diet-benefits.aspx
   
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Peer reviewed research that makes sense,it is so hard to make sense of all the info floating around .
I also like the comments on Fasting!

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