Tomorrow begins our second annual Truth About Cancer LIVE event where speakers from around the world have joined forces to share the newest cancer treatments and prevention methods available, plus all sorts of other health tips.If you haven’t already, you still have time to register to view the entire conference live and for free on your laptop,…Read more
September 27th, 2017 By Andy Whiteley – Wake Up World Trailblazers in Natural Health Come Together! When it comes to natural health, there’s so much information available online (much of it conflicting) that it can be difficult to figure out which holistic methods truly prevent and beat cancer. To help you cut through all the white noise, our friends…Read more
Video Transcript: The Best Micronutrients to Stop Cancer Cell Growth Ty Bollinger: So could you kind of reiterate these micronutrients that cause cancer—they stop cancer cell growth, they stop the spreading, they stop the blood vessels, the growth of new blood vessels, the angiogenesis, and that also cause the apoptosis, the programmed cell death? What are…Read more & video
Thursday, August 03, 2017 by: Isabelle Z
(Natural News) There are a lot of things you might do when you’re diagnosed with cancer: worry incessantly, research nonstop, talk to family and friends, and probably do your fair share of crying. However, there are also several things you should be careful not to do when you’re first diagnosed if you want to give yourself a fighting chance of beating this illness. Inspired by Juicing for Health, here is a list of five of the top mistakes people make immediately after getting a cancer diagnosis.
1. Going directly into mainstream treatment
It’s a perfectly natural reaction when you’re facing a deadly disease to tell your doctors to fix it as fast as they can. Perhaps you even made an appointment for the next step before leaving the office the day you got the bad news. Time might not be on your side, but you can still afford to take an hour or two to research your options and find out if you could be a candidate for safer alternatives before committing to chemotherapy, for example. You’ll also want to be careful about getting too many diagnostic tests. A second opinion on your diagnosis isn’t a bad idea, but you don’t want to subject yourself a lot of tests that use radiation, which can contribute to cancer and even cause it.
2. Sticking to just one protocol
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(Natural News) A recent study published in International Journal of Oncology revealed that cannabinoids, the active chemical in cannabis, can destroy leukemia cells either alone or in combination with other cancer treatments. The scientific community has long-established that cannabinoids may show potential in cancer treatment, with certain varieties known to promote cell death, curb cell growth, and inhibit tumor-inducing blood vessel development. In order to evaluate the compound’s efficacy against leukemia, a team of researchers at the St George’s, University of London studied cancer cells in a laboratory and tested various combinations of cannabinoids and chemotherapy drugs such as cytarabine and vincristine…
Credit: Medical Marijuana Inc. All around the world, people are using cannabis to treat a variety of afflictions. From using cannabidiol (CBD) to cure cancer and alleviate seizures to smoking the flower to reduce depression and feelings of anxiety, it has been proven time and time again to be a medicine, not a drug. Fortunately,…