Questions About Bloodroot for Stage 4 Lung Cancer
I honour you for the selfless work you do for so many.
My partner was diagnosed with now stage 4 lung cancer with metastasis in the spine, shoulderblades and ribcage. He has a 4-4.5 cm mass inside his left lung and I would like to know if bloodroot can be nebulized to reach it and if so, in what concentration, or just drinking the straight drops in water, which is what we started doing today. We are presently in Switzerland doing the Simoncini intravenous sodium bicarbonate treatment and the bloodroot that I have states on the label that it is a mother tincture, 30 ml. drops, TVA 2,10% (don't know what that means)so I want to make sure that we have the right stuff. Impossible to find azoxystrobin or BHT here but I have e-mailed family members who were able to find them in Canada where we live so we will have them on our return. My partner will be receiving intravanous EDTA in a couple of days to prepare for the return trip. Today, he also started HCl (5 drops in water, 2 X/day) as he does not want to eat. I gave him clove oil (5 drops in water) as well as he is in constant pain. He is also on the med Dilaudid 2 mg. every 6 hrs. but that doesn't seem to help much. Is it compatible with the clove oil? The other supplements he's on is:
Potassium chloride 600 mg. 2 X day
Detox-Chelator 2 X day
Magnesium 400 mg. 2 X day
Alpha Lipoic Acid 200 mg. 2 X day
Coenzyme Q10 30 mg. 2 X day
You mention Omega 3 also, how much of that does he need?
He is also nebulizing sodium bicarbonate 1 X day and doing coffee enemas 3-4 X week. Is there anything else we should be doing? Please guide us in making any necessary changes to make this protocol as efficient as possible. If anyone is interested in the Simoncini protocol in Ontario, Canada, please know that there are now several naturopathic doctors in the Toronto area that do it so you don't have to go through the expense of travelling overseas. I found out by calling the Ontario Naturopathic Association and they gave me 3 names of doctors who do this. They will not however, put in the irrigation catheter, strictly IV. Hope this is of help to someone... Many, many thanks for your wisdom and generous spirit, Ted. Namaste