Would you use Beljanski's Cancer Protocol?

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Would you use Beljanski's Cancer Protocol?

Post by FictionLover » 01 Jan 2019, 18:36

In Winning the War on Cancer, Sylvie Beljanski describes the results she has seen when cancer patients use her father's extracts from the Pao Pereira tree and the Rauwolfia vomitoria plant. Would you consider using these botanical preparations as recommended in the Bonus section of the book?

If yes, how would you use them? As a preventative, or as a cancer treatment?
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Post by briellejee » 02 Jan 2019, 00:07

I think I would use them as preventive at first. Prevention has always been better than cure. But if we didn't have the chance to prevent it, I guess I'll use it as treatment.
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Post by Bavithra M » 02 Jan 2019, 00:48

Yes I would definitely use it
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Post by Ayat paarsa » 02 Jan 2019, 02:42

I would definitely like to recommend it to the people suffering from cancer.
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Post by melissah30 » 02 Jan 2019, 06:05

If I had cancer, I would definitely give it a try. I'm not sure I would use it preventatively though.
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Post by FictionLover » 02 Jan 2019, 08:25

briellejee wrote: ↑
02 Jan 2019, 00:07
I think I would use them as preventive at first. Prevention has always been better than cure. But if we didn't have the chance to prevent it, I guess I'll use it as treatment.
That makes sense!
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Post by Ferdinand_otieno » 02 Jan 2019, 09:46

I think that they are best used as a preventative measure and less as a curative one.

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Post by kandscreeley » 02 Jan 2019, 11:26

Both! I've already determined, due to prior experiences with modern medicine, that if I got cancer, I would NOT get chemo. I know of several natural treatments that I would try. This would definitely be something that I would stick into my treatment sack.
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Post by FictionLover » 02 Jan 2019, 11:30

kandscreeley wrote: ↑
02 Jan 2019, 11:26
Both! I've already determined, due to prior experiences with modern medicine, that if I got cancer, I would NOT get chemo. I know of several natural treatments that I would try. This would definitely be something that I would stick into my treatment sack.
I agree with you. Chemo is not for me.
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Post by FictionLover » 02 Jan 2019, 11:32

briellejee wrote: ↑
02 Jan 2019, 00:07
I think I would use them as preventive at first. Prevention has always been better than cure. But if we didn't have the chance to prevent it, I guess I'll use it as treatment.
Great to hear. I have to go through the Bonus section in more detail to decide.
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Post by TALIA ONYANGO » 02 Jan 2019, 14:25

Definitely. Sylvie Beljanski procedures were highly practical.

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Post by Lucas Kalinic » 02 Jan 2019, 17:09

Some ideas in this novel are quite useful. I might consider using them in future or recommending them to other persons in case of cancer contraction.

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Post by BeautySuzy » 02 Jan 2019, 18:53

I actually was having most of the side of nature alternatives, but now I will have all of it.
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Post by FictionLover » 02 Jan 2019, 19:12

BeautySuzy wrote: ↑
02 Jan 2019, 18:53
I actually was having most of the side of nature alternatives, but now I will have all of it.
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Post by 00LynnMarie » 02 Jan 2019, 19:35

I guess I would use it both as a preventative measure and a curative one. Prevention of cancer is probably better than trying to treat it, so anything that might stop it before it starts gets my vote!
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