Cancer is one of the scariest health concerns of our times, with numbers climbing over the years and once rare or new aggressive forms of cancer appearing every day.
Over the past century, many people have discovered and attempted alternative (natural) ways to manage, treat and even cure cancer. Some of these treatments do not fall under conventional medical treatments and have no scientific or medical evidence to support their claims. However, new evidence shows that holistic lifestyle changes are successful in the prevention and, at times, treatment of many cancers. Alternative treatments are not widely publicized and in some cases, those who have claimed single products as cures have ended up in jail, or in the case of some physicians (for example Dr. Tullio Simoncini – who claims a link between Candida and cancer and cured his patients with Sodium Bicarbonate), threatened and stripped of their medical licenses. However, more and more people are considering other options.
When Rick Simpson attributed that the oil (with its high concentration of THC) cured cancers and other illnesses, he tried to share it with as many people as he could free of charge – curing and controlling literally hundreds of people’s illnesses.
When the story went public, the long arm of the law snatched the medicine – leaving potentially thousands of people without their cancer treatments – and leaving Rick with unconstitutional charges of possessing and trafficking marijuana. For more information about Rick Simpson or hemp oil and what it can do, watch Run From The Cure – The Rick Simpson Story or visit his website: phoenixtears.ca
Very few natural cancer cure success stories are mentioned in mainstream media, however, last year (2012), a 78 year old man’s remarkable story appeared in the British newspaper The Daily Mail: Allan Taylor, beat cancer by changing his diet and taking herbal remedies, he replaced red meat and dairy products with 10 portions of raw fruit and vegetables each day. Doctors told Allan Taylor in April that his cancer couldn’t be treated and had spread from his colon to his small intestine. He subsequently set out to find alternative therapies and cures on the internet. In August the retired oil rig engineer from Middlesbrough received another letter – stating he was cancer-free.
A young Australian woman was told five years ago that she had a rare, aggressive form of cancer and would need to amputate her arm to survive. Jessica Ainscough, was in her early twenties when she received this dismal diagnosis. Jessica, decided not take the advice of her well-meaning physicians, and chose to trust her intuition and instinct. She dramatically changed her lifestyle and diet and vanquished her cancer naturally. Today, Jessica is known as The Wellness Warrior and author of the book Make Peace with Your Plate (Hay House) “I’m living proof that doctors aren’t always right, that wellness starts in your mind, and that YOU are the most important authority on your own health & body” for more about Jessica, check out her inspirational blog www.thewellnesswarrior.com.au
The Gerson Therapy (one of the many therapies mentioned in the documentary “Cancer – the forbidden Cures” by Massimo_Mazzucco, is a non-specific treatment that effectively treats many different conditions by healing the body as a whole, rather than selectively targeting a specific condition or symptom. Over the past 60 years, thousands of people have used the Gerson Therapy to recover from so-called “incurable” diseases, including Cancer (melanoma, breast cancer, prostate cancer, colon cancer, lymphoma, pancreatic cancer and many others).
These are just a handful of examples of alternative therapies and treatments that have successfully saved many people from cancer and undergoing gruelling conventional treatment.
While these methods may not be equally successful for everyone, neither are conventional methods. These natural remedies and many others not mentioned here are certainly worth investigating.
For more information on alternative cancer treatments and research, visit Gregg Prescott’s website: Holistic Cancer Research: http://holisticcancerresearch.com/
Disclaimer: This article is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of CSglobe or its staff.
By: Joanna van Bijsterveld | theunderground