Here's the real story about this: people have been using chopped up
garlic for hundreds of years to defeat surface tumors. Make a poultice
of garlic and castor oil, paste it onto virtually any skin tumor, and
the tumor will shrivel and die (or fall off) in a matter of days.
It's hardly news to naturopaths (but still shocking to Western doctors).
But the real news here is that the active ingredient in garlic is being
used intravenously. Researchers are binding allicin to an antibody that
binds with tumor cells, thus delivering the cancer-busting allicin
payload directly to the tumor. It is seemingly the perfect blend of
herbs and Western medicine: a natural substance delivered to tumor cells
via a Western-developed targeting system. In reality, though, you don't
need the targeting at all: just eat (or drink) raw garlic.
some raw broccoli, garlic juice, onions and ginger. If you can stand the
taste, it's one of the most potent anti-cancer concoctions anywhere --
and the ingredients are available at your local grocery store. If you
want even more cancer-busting power, take a few drops of graviola
tincture every hour. Recommended reading: Eat To Beat Cancer.
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