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Greetings! It was asked on this board
if there is a why, a dis-ease in the body that causes Cancer.
Louise L. Hay " Heal Your Body" Cancer: Deep Hurt.
Longstanding resentment. Seep secret or grief eating away at
the self. Carrying hatreds. "What's the use?" attitude.
Affirmation: I lovingly forgive and release all of the past.
l choose to fill my world with joy. I love and approve of myself.
There is help for Cancer. Legally
I can't say cure. USA law reads only a medical licensed doctor
may use the word cure. Personal experience taught me they are
serious about this. Eisac tea was given by a Canadian nurse
to people with cancer. It was so effective Canada and the USA
did a study on it. They could not dispute the healing of this
tea. This tea was given to her by a Ojibway native. The original
recipe has only 4 ingredients, East, South, West and North;
the balance of the medicine wheel. The natives close to me swear
by chaparral tea. There is an oxygen bath that releases toxins
from the body. It is not leagle in the USA. I have a friend
who went to jail for promoting this method. Again, Faith, is
the key. Believe!
While it is
true, Chaparral has been used for thousands of years by Native
Americans for a variety of purposes. It has been employed primarily
in tea form to help with cramping pains, joint pains, and allergic
problems, as well as to eliminate parasites. Externally it has
been applied to reduce inflammation and pain, and to promote
healing of minor wounds.
One should be very
aware of the following:
There have been sporadic
reports of people developing liver or kidney problems after
taking chaparral, particularly in capsules. Almost all of these
cases involved either the use of capsules or excessive amounts
of tea. Some of these cases were people with established liver
disease prior to using the herb. Tea and tincture of chaparral
have an extremely strong taste considered disagreeable by most
people, which restricts the amount they can tolerate before
feeling nauseous. Capsules bypass this protective mechanism
and should therefore be avoided.
The chemistry of
chaparral is well studied and extensive literature has been
published on the principal lignan component, NDGA [nordihydroguaiaretic
acid]. However, little documented evidence is available to justify
the herbal uses of chaparral. In view of the concerns over the
hepatic toxicity, the use of chaparral as a herbal remedy cannot
It is important
to understand that certain herbs can be deadly and despite studies
showing that NDGA to have an anticancer effect in vitro [in
an artificial environment], research by the National Cancer
Institute found no such effect in vivo [in a living body]. Some
reports suggest that NDGA may stimulate certain malignancies
such as renal cell carcinoma.
The major lignan
in chaparral, known as nordihydroguaiaretic acid (NDGA) is a
potent antioxidant and was thought by some scientists to be
a potential cancer treatment. However, several reports now suggest
that NDGA may stimulate further growth of tumors in cancer patients.
Clinical trials, therefore, are still needed to establish whether
chaparral is a safe and effective treatment for people with
Seek advice from
a health-care practitioner before use.
Please do not
attempt to self-medicate.
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