Mother with Massive Colon Tumor (part 1)

Posted by Y. on 04/27/2009

Dear Ted, Thank you for your selfless service to humanity. Your posts at earthclinic are tremendous eye openers, to say the least. My mother was just diagnosed with a massive tumor in her colon. That's all the information I have at this time. I'll send you more details, if you need them. For now I need to know what to do for her. The doctors want to perform surgery next week. Do you recommend surgery in addition to other remedies? Or should I advise her to pursue a number of remedies simultaneously, without surgery? (I'm concerned that surgery and chemo, etc., will only make things worse. But I';m open to whatever you recommend.) Resources I have at the moment include a Green Power juicer, a bottle of black walnut tincture that I made a few years ago, apple cider vinegar, and possibly a type of bacterial solution developed in Russia, basically Okarin, if you've heard of it. Years ago it seems to have helped my mother recover from her intestinal problems. I have unsulpherated black strap molassas too, which I saw mentioned as a possible cancer remedy. If you suggest juicing, please tell me which vegetables to go for, cabbage, wheat grass, etc. I noticed you mentioned the following: azoxystrobin, and I'll begin to read up on it. You mentioned it in the context of bone cancer. I'm wondering whether it can help my mother as well.

Please direct me.

With very great gratitude,

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
384 posts

Dear Y:

The only known remedy I have tested was the bloodroot tincture that seems to have digested the tumor quickly enough. The dose for such size maybe close to 5-10 drops of bloodroot tincture dissolved in 1/2 glass of water taken 5 times a day. Furthermore, the tumor seems to respond well to fungicide remedies I have mentioned such as using drops of azoxystrobin fungicide, at three or four times a day. It also responds well to potassium citrate, and baking soda. The dose is 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda plus 1/2 teaspoon of potassium citrate in 1/2 glass of water three times a day. Clove oil is a quick remedy but it won't reduce their tumor. In any event, people with intestinal tumor seems to require frequent dose of sea salt remedy. Such as 1/2 teaspoon of sea salt in 1/2 glass of water taken three of four times a day. However this dose varies greatly from person to person. Potassium citrate seems to have a fungicial property that seemed to help and that's why the remedy was mentioned. Loss of appetite was reversed with vitamin B complex or Hydrochloric acid drops 5 - 10 drops per one glass of drinking water.

The body can't handle acid food such as milk, yogurt, and sometimes bread. However, it seems to respond to gluten free cornmeal one teaspoon taken directly and wash down with water. Although this takes a longer time and some people simply don't like the taste of cornmeal. For me it is tasteless and take it to reduce gas, flatulence and other intestinal problems. Interestingly corn meal has anti fungal properties.

Please see my postings in other places concerning the topic of bloodroot tinctures. This is just a quick and dirty remedy.

Surgery and chemotherapy question I could not answer from any email.


04/28/2009: Y writes, "Dear Ted,

Thank you VERY much for your rapid response. I'll get onto this immediately. And I'll keep in touch with you and let you know our progress. If you have anyone with almost any kind of anemia I'd like to recommend a Central American tropical fruit pod called "carao". My father has serious anemia due to bone marrow suppression (with low platelets and white blood cells). I put him on carao and apple cider vinegar for two months, and his hemoglobin went from 7.6 to 9.9. Platelets and white blood cells are still low, but we'll continue and see how it goes. He is very old. At least, now he will no longer require transfusions. And the stem cell and hormone injection program they wanted to put him on will not be necessary. He also has dry macular degeneration, diabetes, and fairly uncontrolled high blood pressure, in spite of medications over the years. I tend to suspect the anemia is the result of over medication throughout many years--just my theory. I'm keeping him on the apple cider vinegar religiously, because I see that many people with HBP, diabetes, and anemia have recovered very nicely on it.

On another subject, I was extremely impressed with your observation about hair loss and baldness due to exposure to fungi and molds. Many years ago I lost my hair after sanding the paint off of a garage door, and I ignored my mother's pleas to cover my nose and mouth. As the years progressed the itching and flaking spread all over my face and became so severe that It a thick husk for many years. Finally I succeeded in managing it. But I noticed over the years that when I experimented with putting apple cider vinegar directly onto my face and scalp, I experienced considerable relief. Now I see that there may even be a chance for regrowing the hair on my head, reading your reports of successes. I'll try to locate the bloodroot here, but I'll probably have to send to the US for it. Meanwhile, I'll pursue the other suggestions you made for treating my mother, beginning with anything I can procure right here, immediately. I'd like to try the fungicide remedy too, hoping I can get the azoxystrobin here.

It may also interest you to know that when I was suffering from the thick husk of severe seborrhea on my face, I was living back in California. A friend of mine, an old Indian from Mexico, told me to make poultices of corn fiber found between the husk and the kernals of the corn, and that, he said, would cure it. Perhaps he also meant to make the poultice from corn meal. At any rate, it would seem from his folk wisdom that corn does have the fungicidal properties that you discovered as well. Now I'll move onto reading all of your posts regarding bloodroot.

Warm regards"

04/28/2009: Ted from Bangkok, Thailand writes, "Thank you regarding feedback on cornmeal and vinegar in regards to a remedy for fungus and facial seborrhea. Fungus is frequent a feature of human sickness (and virus) in the 21st century problems. To prevent tumors from advancing to become metatstatic and remain localized, I have found BHT 1000 mg to be very valuable.

In African community because of fungicidal propertes, they used vinegar topically to kill certain cancers too. A hydrogen peroxide also tends to dry up the tumor from long term use. The Hydrogen peroxide is food grade 3%, using 10 drops per glass of water mixed with equal baking soda and potassium citrate (tripotassium citrate) at 1/2 and 1/2 teaspoon or a lower dose 1/4 plus 1/4 teaspoon on empty stomach only. That's taken at least twice a day to three times a day and seems helpful in reducing their pain from lactic acid production by the cancer. This is why it works. The opposite IS required when eating food as they tend to deplete the body of digestive enzyme and hydrochloric acid as most of those are done to digest the intestinal tumor. In any event, enzyme supplements and hydrochloric acid drops (35% used 5-10 drops) per glass of water only during meal will help digestion so that it won't deplete or divert the body's lack of enzymes already in used to kill the tumor. Clove tea and cinnamon tea are quick relief from cancer issues, but it won't stop the tumor advances and works the same way as chemotherapy in terms of effectiveness, but without the side effects. It should be noted that a "cancer" can become resistant to a known chemotherapy and cancer may move to another area if a chemotherapy is applied to intestinal cancer, and may show itself as liver cancer, kidney cancer or even brain cancer, or perhaps become metastatic. In any event those can be handled or controlled easily (from my own experience) with just BHT and azoxystrobin drops (brand name Amistar, Heritage, Quadris, etc.). But that's just only my experience and personal opinion regarding their product.

People with intestinal tumor will have digestion problem and low stomach acid and hence meats must be avoided and vegetable is eaten, but not carbohydrate rich foods especially gluten found in ketchup, bread, ice cream, starch, white flour and nearly all wheat products, which seems to initiate fungus.