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Have Tried Essiac Tea and B17 was posted 08/16/2016 04:40 am by Anonymous
E-mail Address: sharonjaneshown@yahoo.com

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I was diagnosed 06/26/2015 and I knew I wouldn't be doing chemo or radiation. I was told by Duke Hospital (my dr. wanted a 2nd opinion)that mine was inoperable and that is was in 3rd stage.Since that time I have taken nightly before going to bed Essiac Tea )composed of four herbs and the sheep sorrel must have the root and not just the arial plant according to Nurse Caisse who come up with this tea and thousands upon thousands were healed of all types of cancer. She never charged a dime; was stopped by the Canadian government numerous but kept making it and giving it out. She died at about 90 and was still doing her tea. The B17 (commonly known as Laetrile and outlawed by the government in the 70s) It is merely the apricot seed or inside the actual seed)but I buy in capsule form which has the mixture already crushed. Neither one of these are not inexpensive but it has literally saved my life for 14 months now. The process with the Essiac tea is that it breaks down the 'hard shell' of the tumor-putting holes in it and the white blood cells see that it is not supposed to be there and kills it. (The tumor changes from a positive when the white blood cells are positive and they don't attack the tumor BUT when the holes are put in to it then the tumor becomes negative and the white blood cells see it is not supposed to be there. I never had any chemo cause I didn't want to end up like my Mother...no hair, being sick, etc. Hope this will be a help.

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