Doctors act like chemotherapy is the only way to treat cancer. Or worse, they sometimes advise that a patient cannot be treated. But there are options. These options can be instead of other treatment (if the patient chooses) or in addition to it. I know of two options, although there may be more out there. Both rely upon plants. One is essential oils and the other is The Gerson Diet. There is a lot of information on these options with respect to cancer. There are hours and hours of Youtube videos and documentaries that can be watched on Netfix or TV. I’m posting some shorter videos that cover the basics of how each theory works to give you an idea. You can then do your own research.
The theory on essential oils is that a concentrated version of a plant can provide the benefits of that plant to your cells. Because the plant is so concentrated, the benefits are too.
A series on Youtube that has hours of information is The Truth About Cancer series.
Gerson has a book that is all you need to follow the diet. But if you want to go the facility, it is in Mexico. There are non-Gerson facilities in the U.S. (and probably elsewhere) that follow the same theory, but are just not part of the actual Gerson family. I was originally introduced to The Gerson Diet via the documentary Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead. There are many other documentaries about this diet. The basic theory is that if you overpower your body with nutrients via properly juiced fruits and vegetables, you can overpower the negative forces in your body.
Both of these methods support other health issues as well. Any chronic condition can benefit from eating better and supporting your system. The Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead documentary does talk about juicing helping with migraines and other health problems.
The key is to learn about these things before you need them. Once your are diagnosed with a chronic condition, you probably won’t have much time or energy to figure this all out. I have personally seen both of these methods help people. If you have too or if you have any questions, please comment below. I’d love to hear from you!
For more info on oils, go to: https://www.mydoterra.com/blackbourn/#/.
For more info on the Gerson diet, go to: http://gerson.org/gerpress/.