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Cancer, General Information

Black Cumin Seed Oil

(Nigella sativa) Organically grown; unrefined
Allergies, asthma, digestive aid, colds, headaches, toothaches, infections, immune support

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Fortify

May help buffer the prostate from inflammation, enlargement and tumor activity.

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Lemongrass

(Cymbopogon flexuosus)
May support healthy digestion, tone, connective tissues, ligaments, blood vessels and lymph flow.

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Master

Supports balancing male and female hormones, regulating prostate function, hot flashes in women, hormonal imbalances in general.

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Myrrh

(Commiphora myrrha)
Traditionally used to support healthy immune response, lung function and soothe minor skin and oral issues.

 

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Cancer, General Information
The following are links to information and articles that may be helpful. We don't endorse this information, but have posted it in an effort to broaden the horizon of understanding cancer and possible supportive measures we can take to resolve it.
 
 
The Truth About Cancer by Ty Bolllinger (This site has a wealth of information)
 
Cancer, Why There Can Never Be a Cure, Bill Henderson (Cancer Coach)
 
 
Natural Cancer Treatments by Cancer Tutor
 
 
Citrus Consumption and Cancer Incidence: The Ohsaki Cohort Study
 
Cancer's Sweet Tooth by Patrick Quillin, PHD, RD, CNS
 
 
"Groundbreaking new research on the cancer-fighting potential of vitamin C has made the pages of the peer-reviewed journal Science Translational Medicine. A team of researchers from the University of Kansas reportedly tested the effects of vitamin C given in high doses intravenously on a group of human subjects and found that it effectively eradicates cancer cells while leaving healthy cells intact.”
 
Beat Cancer Now A personal testimony by Tamara St. John
 
 
 
 
 
Frankincense Oil and Cancer in Perspective by Robert Tisserand
Robert Tisserand notes that:
"So, if you are looking for a natural substance to help prevent or treat cancer, frankincense oil should not be your first choice. Look instead to turmeric/curcumin, to cannabis/cannabinoids, to garlic/garlic oil, and to frankincense extract, which is sold in capsule form. Following that, I would consider essential oils of cinnamon bark, lemongrass, citronella, turmeric, orange, lemon and bergamot. I have not discussed them all here but these have, in my opinion, a better shot than frankincense oil. Then again, different oils apply to different cancers, and I’m not addressing that here."
 
Fresh lemongrass fields in Israel become mecca for cancer patients by Allison Kaplan Summer - April 02, 2006
 
Jane Buckle RN, PhD writes: "Recent studies have indicated that phytoestrogens, once thought to be contraindicated in cancer, may actually reduce the risk of cancer and could therefore be beneficial." At this point the jury is still out and use of essential oil with these properties may still be something someone would want to avoid. Buckle continues: "It is extremely unlikely that the tiny amounts of estrogen-like compounds used in aromatherapy would impact cancerous growth. Essential oils thought to have estrogen-like effect include Fennel and Aniseed as they contain anethole (Albert-Puleo 1980)." Clary Sage and Niaouli have other components that have structures similar to estrogen (Franchomme and Penole 1991). Buckle notes that both Geranium and Rose "should be fine to use in estrogen-dependent tumors."
 
Reference
Buckle, Jane, Clinical Aromatherapy, 2003, page 342.