My Short List of Alternative Cancer Treatments

What do I do when diagnosed with Cancer?

I regularly get the question: my friend is diagnosed with cancer, what would you recommend?
Now, first a disclaimer (more below): I am not a doctor – and you know, only doctors have the legal right to treat & “heal” people.
So what you find here below, is based on my own investigations into alternative cancer approaches and prevention. Why I looked into this you wonder? Simple – I am the last living member of my family – the others died of cancer at age 60, 62, 64 and 80. They all smoked – that did not help them to live longer. Otherwise, they lived reasonably normal lives. My father got diabetes when I was born, and died of lung cancer 25 years later.
That made me look into and commit to a ketogenic lifestyle, after reading over 50 books on diets and nutrition. See my book on English or German
The list below could be (a lot) longer. There are many more effective alternative methods to approach cancer treatment and prevention. What usually is missing: the right clinical trials. Due to the increasingly complex requirements of registration authorities (understandably so), it is now practically impossible to prove anything that one cannot charge 100.000 per treatment for, once it is on the market. This double bind causes us to get stuck, and health care costs to explode – until we find we cannot afford to heal the “legal” way. A very real dilemma, which causes healthcare systems like in the UK to protrude diagnosis so that it takes too long to have any chance to heal, and our Swiss healthcare system to become unaffordable.

The Truth about cancer

There is another source I would recommend: The Truth about Cancer by Ty and Charlene Bollinger. They have done a great job to identify medical solutions that work, and many alternative ones as well. Medical doctors that have looked beyond the “approved” medical model and against all odds and legal intimidation identified real working solutions. Unbelievable that for instance the Insulin Potentiation Therapy in chemotherapy is not common practice yet.

What do you do when you get the diagnosis?

You are usually immediately pressured by a person in a white coat into starting the treatment right away.  Bad idea, in my book. Smarten up yourself first – take a week or two off and read up.
Also, most people do not see the diagnosis as a sign that something has been going wrong for a longer time, and that cancer has also significant behavioral and emotional components.  Instead of realizing that things in life have to change significantly, they want to hold on to the status quo. (my father did until his brain metastases forced him to stop, my brother had to finish his business, and my sister as palliative care doctor could not believe one could heal or that she could meditate). Which brings me to the role of our unconscious mind.

Engaging your unconscious mind

Another factor not on the list below: engaging with your unconscious mind. We have a conscious mind (your logical thinking mind) and an unconscious mind (the one that runs your body) Here I recommend Joe Dispenza’s books, meditations and workshops. What he has achieved in scientifically proving that our thinking can up- and downregulate genes that cause us to develop cancer symptoms are ground breaking.  He really has identified what can make us supernatural. And also here: prepare for making real changes in your habits. Stress is a huge cause of health issues including, and not limited to, cancer. Mind you: some people rather die than changing what they believe is their identity. And that is ok too – we have freedom of choice, and for many cancer is a socially accepted way out.
And what if… ? On the one hand, I would take immediate life-changing action as mentioned above, and on the other, through experience I have developed a limiting belief whether it is perhaps not possible to convince people of alternative approaches, since they are caught in the net of the medical community and their need to hold on to their current model of the world.

Key elements on my cancer treatment shortlist: 

Why this shortlist? because you can implement it in your daily routine.

  • Deprive cancer of fuel: Avoid Carbs/sugar  (Otto Warburg –
  • Improve Oxygen uptake of Cells: Essential unsaturated fats (Leon Coldwell: and exercise with oxygen therapy (EWOT)
  • Improve Cell function: MSM and chelated minerals
  • Take a proven remedy: Essiac Tea
  • Create an unfriendly alkaline environment – Mark Sircus
  • Use “natural” anti-cancer compounds (Apricot kernals, Vitamin C, Cannabis oil)
  • Use cheap and relatively safe compounds proven to work (Mebendazole)
Based on what we have read, there are things I would do / take (and am already taking / doing)

1. Create an alkaline environment in the body

By taking Sodium Bicarbonate (link), and make your body basic for at least 8 days. See:
Measure pH (acidity) of urine with pH sticks (link)

2. Oxygen therapy

Take oxygen – under movement – using an oxygen machine and moving with about 75 watts on e.g. an exercise bike – EWOT Therapy William Campbell Douglass II MD (I have an oxygen machine for that purpose (Respironics everflow) . Alternative in medical context: Hyperbaric Oxygen treatment.

3. Avoid sugar and carbs totally

– Go ketogenic. My book or others: Being in Ketosis is defined as having ketones in your bloodstream – what I have read, I believe the benefits are only achieved when you create ketones metabolically (by lack of carbohydrates) and not only by taking a ketone supplement. The jury is out on that one.

4. Take the right unsaturated oils

– Omega 3 and Omega 6 (Linseed oil ; Sunflower oil (bio, cold pressed 1:2 –  10-15 ml per day. (Coldwell)

5. Apricot kernels Vitamin B17

– take 4-5 per day – provides cyanide

6. MSM

– for the provision of enough organic sulfur –

7. Vitamin C

–   – take it Liposomal – can be prepared at home using an ultrasound cleaner – or buy.

8.  Mebendazole

Repurposing Mebendazole as a Replacement for Vincristine for the Treatment of Brain Tumors   –   Super cheap and worth trying, when push comes to shove.

9. Cannabis oil.

Ask for the right type my friends of CBD Spain: – and connect with their group on Facebook

10. Essiac tea

Read more about Rene Caisse and the tea from the native Ojibwa indians.
People report they are a lot better when having chemo therapy, and that it does make tumor markers go down, more than one would expect.
As usual with alternative approaches, clinical trials have not been done. Good overview on pubnet
Dosage advice varies. Take morning and evening, others mention 3x a day. Build up, from 3 x 15 ml per day in first week; then to 3 x 30 for a week, 3 x 45, up to 3 x 90ml. Keep an eye out for  and  are the only reported  associated with the use of .[] The manufacturer of Flor Essence states that users may experience increased bowel movements, frequent urination, swollen glands, skin blemishes, flu-like symptoms, or slight headaches.[]
When you notice them, reduce the amount you are taking.
Again, there are at least 10 more things to do. Smarten up yourself. Make changes in how you live your life. I know, it is a lot to take in, and we all rather avoid thinking about this  – usually until it is too late. The statistics are against us. The medical community will happily announce cancer as one of the winners in the fight against a long and healthy life. Regrettably, they only have to prove that with their solution, you live longer than on the competitor’s treatment.
Do let me know what you think.
Disclaimer: the information herin is presented for educational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose or prescribe for any medical or psychological condition, nor to prevent, treat, mitigate or cure such conditions. The information contained herein is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a doctor or qualified healthcare professional. Therefore, this information is not intended as medical advice, but rather a sharing of knowledge and information based on research and experience. I encourage you to make your own health care decisions based on your judgment and research in partnership with a qualified healthcare professional.

About the Author

I seek the difference that makes the difference for challenges in life. For me, that means learning, getting out of the comfort zone, often rocking the boat with sacred cows. Pharmacist with IT business degree and certified coach, trainer, hypnotherapist. Dutch born Swiss Citizen.

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