Staying cancer Free...

Here is a safe space to discuss cancer and cancer prevention. Share your concerns, hopes, fears, and experiences the Wise Woman Way. Share ways to maintain breast health and offer support to women diagnosed with breast cancer.

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Slainte
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Staying cancer Free...

Postby Slainte » Fri Apr 15, 2016 2:10 pm

Was guided to Susun Weed's Wise Woman Tradition on youtube whilst searching for a more natural and healthy way to stay cancer free.

I was diagnosed 18 months ago with a grade 3 triple negative breast cancer with no lymph node involvement. I refused chemotherapy but underwent radiotherapy and ever since have tried various alternatives to remain free from a reoccurrence or spread of the cells. Touch wood.... I am still free and plan to remain so with the help of our herbal allies. I've just brewed up a Red Clover infusion to start drinking tomorrow along with a nettle infusion too.

I would love to hear from anyone else what allies I can get working with to remain healthy and live the long life I aim too.

Slainte

Lady Alinor
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Re: Staying cancer Free...

Postby Lady Alinor » Mon Aug 01, 2016 10:12 am

Michael Tierra has a great book called "TREATING CANCER WITH HERBS"
I wish that I had purchased the book years ago when dealing with Acute Myeloid Leukemia.
Get the book!

Herbnut
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Re: Staying cancer Free...

Postby Herbnut » Mon Aug 01, 2016 5:45 pm

I do not have cancer however I am susceptible to it, so my main goal is prevention. In my search for herbal cancer treatments, the two most notable ones where, Essiac tea, and LemonGrass.

Links for more info:
http://essiacinfo.org/
http://essiacfacts.com/preparing-the-essiac-tea-recipe/
http://www.israel21c.org/fresh-lemon-gr ... -patients/
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