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Posted by Marilyn (USA) on 08/11/2010

Hello Ted,

My mother-in -law was diagnosed with stage 3 stomach cancer. Can your recommended remedies still work at this stage? Her main problem at this time is weakness, nausea and her inability to eat a whole lot at once.

Hope to hear from you soon.



Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
385 posts

Dear Marilyn:

Late stage cancer can be helped with drops of clove oil given throughout the day helps, but most especially helpful is 4-8 drops of Hydrochloric acid in 250 cc of water and drink slowly throughout the day. Methylene blue 0.1% maybe added to the solution with hydrochloric acid that was added to the drinking water. The hydrochloric acid I used is a 35% solution and put in a dropper bottle and is added at between 4 to 8 drops into a glass of water of 250 cc. This is drank slowly with use of straw. What it does is it converts pepsinogen to pepsin, so that the stomach can work digesting the food as pepsin is required to digest the protein. When stomach doesn't work because it lacks stomach acid, then you can't eat. I do know that stomach cancer rates in U.S. is lower then Japan due to dietary differences in the consumption of BHT. If BHT supplements are taken at 250-500 mg this may delay the stomach cancer. Clove oil I have found to be useful too. Pancreatic enzymes if taken at very large doses, has a reputation for digesting the cancers in general, including bromelain supplements as well. The problem is obtaining this supplements, in large amounts since most supplement companies do not sell that much also. A progesterone cream maybe applied to the neck also to reduce some nausea and loss of appetite is possibility since currently accepted treatment of giving progesterone (I believe its megestrol) is used to stop cachexia and buy time. In the long run the use of lysine, threonine and glutamine once cachexia is reduced to kill off the cancer, as well as tannic acid. The lysine, threonine and glutamine is taken at 1000 mg hourly dose for at least 4 hours twice a day. The tannic acid can dry up cancer stomach relatively quick at 1/4 teaspoon twice a day in 1/3 glass of water, three times a day. A person maybe experiencing some swelling on the first two or three days as white blood cells start attacking the cancer, thereafter, the swelling is reduced. It helps to reduce some bloating if EDTA is used (tetrasodium EDTA) 30% solution taken at 20 drops for example, to help circulation.


Replied by Anna
Los Angeles, Ca

Hi Ted, My boyfriend has a delayed reaction to the onion family. Is there any antidote. Accidentally he thinks he ate onions and now has bad stomach pains. His body temperature dropped and he's freezing, has nasuea, and his body is tense and stressed. Typically it take 5-8 hours for the pain to go away. A hot bath helps.

I gave him 1/2 tea spoon of baking soda with water, but its not helping. There is very little info on how to treat this, it doesn't seem like an allergy since its not immediate. But onions are very acidic, could this be too much?

Any suggestions where to go from here I'd really appreciate. Thanks, anna