Ted's Remedies

Posted by Ted (Bangkok, Thailand) on 02/18/2012 384 posts

This is the email I sent to a brain cancer client of mind, lives in Canada, who was not cured with conventional medicine but was reportedly cured with this single email I sent.

Specifically the list of supplements that will help brain cancer from my research that you can give are: bovine cartilabe, valerian, vitamin K3 only, vitamin D3 (4000 i.u.), vitamin A (100,000 iu - usually 4 capsule for 25,000 iu), kaempferol, caffeic acid, kaempferol, genistein, propolis (is a bee product that has CAPE), Low dose Naltrexone, antineoplaston, perillyl alcohol (is found in orange oil), betulinic acid, melatonin (20 mg).

The things that are harmful and must be avoided are sugar, fructose, tryrosine, and artificial sugar, and foods that have aspartame.

The therapy initially consists of melatonin at night at least 20 mg daily. But this can be increased to 5 mg with every meal also.

The Low Dose Natrexone is given at 1.5 mg at night along with vitamin B3 500 mg.

The daily dose to prevent the cancer from spreading requires 1000 mg Lysine Hydrochloride every hour for four hours in the morning and every hour for three hours in the evening for three days. The NAC must be capsule form at 100 mg each taken at the same frequency as Lysine, threonine helps with also, 500 mg. So the schedules goes like this:

  • 8.00 am. Lysine 1000 mg, threonine 500 mg. N acetyl Cysteine (NAC) 100 mg
  • 9.00 am . Lysine 1000 mg, threonine 500 mg. N acetyl Cysteine (NAC) 100 mg
  • 10.00 am . Lysine 1000 mg, threonine 500 mg. N acetyl Cysteine (NAC) 100 mg
  • 11.00 am . Lysine 1000 mg, threonine 500 mg. N acetyl Cysteine (NAC) 100 mg
  • 8.00 pm . Lysine 1000 mg, threonine 500 mg. N acetyl Cysteine (NAC) 100 mg
  • 9.00 pm . Lysine 1000 mg, threonine 500 mg. N acetyl Cysteine (NAC) 100 mg
  • 10.00 pm . Lysine 1000 mg, threonine 500 mg. N acetyl Cysteine (NAC) 100 mg

This is done for only 3 days.

After the fourth day onwards this is hourly for 3 hours, in morning or at night. Your choice.

The Low dose Natrexone shall be first week be given 1.5 mg at night, taken with vitamin B3 niacinamide, then thereafter is given 3.0 mg at night with vitamin B3.

The one aspect that has been ignored in medicine is the importance of getting the sugar down, normal targets for sugar are 80-90 mg/dL at least. There are two measures. One fasting blood sugar, must be BELOW 90 mg/dl, if one hour after meal must be below 100 mg/dL. If the after meals reflect above 100 mg/dL, something is wrong in the diet, pasta, carbohydrate, fats, oils, fruits, sucrose, glucose are some common ones. Avoid all snacks, ice cream, and vegetable oils as they are hydrogenated, partially hydrogenated, or trans fatty acid.

The above protocol is to prevent cancer from spreading and significantly increase lifespan in cancer victims. The blood sugar alone (if within the range specified) will increase survival by 97% per year. The two supplements that are shown to reduce blood sugar the greatest are chromium polynicotinate (or chromium chloride) at 1000 mcg to 5000 mcg, and granulated lecithin at 500 mg x 2.

There is some evidence of typhoid vaccines injected into tumors or even indirectly, without the thimerosal, to increase attack of tumors by white blood cells. I can't confirm this, as there are no vaccines for me to test this on animals. But what I do know is there are a couple of supplements that will convert cancer cells to normal cells that I am aware of, DMSO and butyric acid. You can increase some amounts of butyric acid with Oat bran taken twice a day, at one cup each.

The blood sugar will be the main issue in resolving cancer that you will be busy at.

The supplements that help all cancers are selenium, B50 complex taken for 1 or 2 weeks, thereafter is taken once or twice a week, B3 can be taken at 3000 mg at divided dose of 10 where it is 300 mg each, and vitamin C ascorbic acid at 500 mg x 10 times a day.

CoQ10 ubiquinone is fine but is taken at 400 mg, but it is believed (theoretical) to ubiquinol 100 x 4.

These are the initial treatments that may help. As for the supplements, they should not have calcium, and you must not take calcium supplements, as they fuel cancer growth, that and fructose, and fats of any kind.



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