Would you use Beljanski's Cancer Protocol?

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Re: Would you use Beljanski's Cancer Protocol?

Post by Book Lover 35 » 06 Jan 2019, 19:51

I would. It can't be worse than poison.
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Post by Laura Bach » 07 Jan 2019, 10:48

I think I would use them as a cure more than prevention. Maybe I will consider prevention later in life.

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Post by kdstrack » 07 Jan 2019, 18:07

I would definitively use it. Anything natural is better for your body than subjecting it to the poisons of chemo.

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Post by briellejee » 07 Jan 2019, 18:42

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If this can be used as preventive then maybe it could be added to vaccines? Because I donno if I'd purposefully hunt down these substances otherwise. Since I have no indication that I'm at risk of getting cancer.
Vaccines work differently. They introduce you to the disease itself early on so that you're body can recognize it and develop cells that can fight it. It strengthens your immune system. However, in cancer, it's a bit more complex. Cancer cells grow fast and cannot be easily detected since they are normal cells who just didn't stop dividing. Hence the chemotherapy that destroys all your healthy cells too so that they can destroy the cancer cells as well. Using it as preventive i think borders only on keeping healthy. We're all at risk of cancer especially on the kind of lifestyle we live. The preventive measure with this is to keep you in a balanced diet, I guess.
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Post by Cara Van Heerden » 08 Jan 2019, 00:44

briellejee wrote:
07 Jan 2019, 18:42
Cara Van Heerden wrote:
06 Jan 2019, 11:34
If this can be used as preventive then maybe it could be added to vaccines? Because I donno if I'd purposefully hunt down these substances otherwise. Since I have no indication that I'm at risk of getting cancer.
Vaccines work differently. They introduce you to the disease itself early on so that you're body can recognize it and develop cells that can fight it. It strengthens your immune system. However, in cancer, it's a bit more complex. Cancer cells grow fast and cannot be easily detected since they are normal cells who just didn't stop dividing. Hence the chemotherapy that destroys all your healthy cells too so that they can destroy the cancer cells as well. Using it as preventive i think borders only on keeping healthy. We're all at risk of cancer especially on the kind of lifestyle we live. The preventive measure with this is to keep you in a balanced diet, I guess.
Oh, I see. Thanks for clarifying. That's really interesting! But yeah, remaining healthy with your diet and excercise is the best thing to prevent loads of illnesses. Its just crazy how the world actually promotes unhealthy lifestyles while expecting you to be this thin flawless model
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Post by briellejee » 08 Jan 2019, 02:05

Cara Van Heerden wrote:
08 Jan 2019, 00:44
briellejee wrote:
07 Jan 2019, 18:42
Cara Van Heerden wrote:
06 Jan 2019, 11:34
If this can be used as preventive then maybe it could be added to vaccines? Because I donno if I'd purposefully hunt down these substances otherwise. Since I have no indication that I'm at risk of getting cancer.
Vaccines work differently. They introduce you to the disease itself early on so that you're body can recognize it and develop cells that can fight it. It strengthens your immune system. However, in cancer, it's a bit more complex. Cancer cells grow fast and cannot be easily detected since they are normal cells who just didn't stop dividing. Hence the chemotherapy that destroys all your healthy cells too so that they can destroy the cancer cells as well. Using it as preventive i think borders only on keeping healthy. We're all at risk of cancer especially on the kind of lifestyle we live. The preventive measure with this is to keep you in a balanced diet, I guess.
Oh, I see. Thanks for clarifying. That's really interesting! But yeah, remaining healthy with your diet and excercise is the best thing to prevent loads of illnesses. Its just crazy how the world actually promotes unhealthy lifestyles while expecting you to be this thin flawless model
I know right! I mean basically, if you look at it, the world creates things just so they can make an antidote for it. We all know some food are carcinogenic but companies still sell them. I guess it borderlines on our moderation? But then again, I can't stop thinking about how it resonates with the idea of antivirus software: the company uploads and makes a virus so that you will buy their product. It is insane! But then, that's how the world works, right? :(
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Post by Kendra M Parker » 08 Jan 2019, 12:35

While I haven’t finished the book, I would certainly consider this cancer protocol just based on what I have read so far. I think many of our modern medicines are less effective than some of the natural solutions that are out there. That doesn’t mean I think all modern medicine is evil, just that we ought to use the natural alternatives that are less invasive before we go to the extremes of cut, burn, poison all the time. It sometimes seems like we jump straight to burning down the entire field because we found a weed in the garden.

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Post by raqstar1 » 08 Jan 2019, 16:17

If I had an ailment that needed that type of therapy, I would most definitely use it. If it came down to either Western medicine or nothing, I would choose nothing. Western medicine can be good for some things (mainly necessary surgeries) but I don't trust 99% of it. But I also know that there are other alternatives so knowing that these are available, I would definitely be open to using them.
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Post by Alicia09 » 08 Jan 2019, 18:07

I would use the extracts as both preventatives and cancer treatments, depending on how affordable and accessible they are. It seems like a lot of research went into confirming the effectiveness of Pao Pereira and Rauwolfia vomitoria, and numerous trials showed that these extracts had positive effects on patients. I would also use these extracts because there were no negative side affects associated with them.
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Post by FictionLover » 08 Jan 2019, 22:32

Kendra M Parker wrote:
08 Jan 2019, 12:35
While I haven’t finished the book, I would certainly consider this cancer protocol just based on what I have read so far. I think many of our modern medicines are less effective than some of the natural solutions that are out there. That doesn’t mean I think all modern medicine is evil, just that we ought to use the natural alternatives that are less invasive before we go to the extremes of cut, burn, poison all the time. It sometimes seems like we jump straight to burning down the entire field because we found a weed in the garden.
I like the analogy of burning an entire field because you found a weed in the garden. Even as a teen I wondered why they couldn't have a treatment that built the body up, and helped it fight off the cancer instead of slash and burn.... I guess I've always been alternative minded!

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Post by FictionLover » 08 Jan 2019, 22:32

Alicia09 wrote:
08 Jan 2019, 18:07
I would use the extracts as both preventatives and cancer treatments, depending on how affordable and accessible they are. It seems like a lot of research went into confirming the effectiveness of Pao Pereira and Rauwolfia vomitoria, and numerous trials showed that these extracts had positive effects on patients. I would also use these extracts because there were no negative side affects associated with them.
I want to go the website and see how they sell them, but I haven't gotten there yet.
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Post by Samy Lax » 08 Jan 2019, 23:58

I would surely recommend it and the book to patients with cancer.
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Post by Storm+ » 09 Jan 2019, 04:49

As much as I'd like to say that I would use this product both preventatively and in order to fight cancer, I know myself well enough to know that I probably wouldn't have the patience to take it preventatively. However, I would most definitely try to use this treatment if I was diagnosed with cancer, since it seems to have far more pros if it happens to work than it does cons if it doesn't. Based on this research, there is no perceivable harm in taking the extract, even if it did not work, so I'd say it's worth a try at the very least.

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Post by Ehartl » 09 Jan 2019, 05:35

As I was reading this book and learning about all the different ways these extracts can help not just cancer patients but anyone wanting to remove toxins from their body, I actually looked into ordering and taking them as a preventative measure. If they are indeed natural and non-toxic, why not?

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Post by Sweet Psamy » 09 Jan 2019, 08:04

I'm not sure I would use it until further research.

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