Glioblastoma, Alternatives to Chemo

Posted by G (Anonymous) on 01/29/2012

Hello Ted, I have my girlfriend's cousin diagnosed with a type of brain cancer called glioblastoma. Tomorrow she's gonna start chemo therapy by tables for 5 days cause the doctors said that it can't be operate and then she will start radiation. I can't convince her not to do them. I strongly believe in a naturally way of healing. But I also want some advice from you.

I know that H2O2 really works but I don't aware of the doses that probably will need. If she starts the chemo will the H2O2 cause any kind of problems except of the stomach problems?

Is the ACV with Baking soda will work? Or anything else? please. Thank you very very much for your time and advice.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
02/08/2012
384 posts

I know that H2O2 really works but I don't aware of the doses that probably will need.

H2O2 3% one capful to two capful in one liter of drinking water.

If she starts the chemo will the H2O2 cause any kind of problems except of the stomach problems?

Chemo has most problems, H2O2 is relatively safe.

Is the ACV with Baking soda will work?

Yes, it dissolves the fatty tissues that protect cancer cells.

Or anything else? please

Yes, no sugar or sweet fruits, and keep fasting blood sugar below 90 mg/dL and one hour after meal 110 mg/dL, but ideally 100 mg/dL. Low dose naltrexone helps but no morphine, the mortality I have seen in morphine for pain is 100%, the preferred pain killer is beprenorphine. Take B3 niacinamide and vitamin C helps for most cases. For brain cancer, it is required to take 100 mg to 200 mg of melatonin to see results. It can be taken throughout the day or at evening time. DHEA 25 mg to 100 mg is also helpful.

Ted


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