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    Scientists Find That The Human Body Kills Spontaneous Cancers Daily

    I wanted to keep this possible hot potato subject out of the tent. I have known this for years, heard it first from Deepak. It is one of the reasons I personally do not get screened and believe it is not helpful. Fear destroys immune systems.(Hint) Deepak said the same thing for the reasons posted in this article. This info is not new just not confirmed by the Pinocchios of science.

    The article discusses immunity and mentions the thymus. They are practically one and the same. The thymus chakra, the original pre-material body heart center, is blue-green. Will and Heart functioning together to make sure that the Will does not get too willful about things. It is the Heart that recognizes self from non-self, when functioning properly. It is the Will that takes action.

    I will spare people the rest of my opinions on things like mammography. To each their own choices.

    http://preventdisease.com/news/14/02...rs-Daily.shtml
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    Everyone already knew this?

    That's good.
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    I did! - I only go to Dr's for trauma. Have always believed that the body can heal itself, if we give it half the chance.

    Have never had a mammogram or any other tests other than when my son was born 42 years ago. I saw the statistics once on lab tests and the inaccuracy ratio was unbelievably high. And this was from AMA statistics.

    I consider all medicine toxic (especially chemo and radiation), except would take antibiotics if it were necessary.

    I faithfully get a massage every 5 weeks, which is my healthcare - and maybe go to the chiropracter once or twice a year, if needed (not the snap, crackle and pop kind).

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    At the moment im in a hard place, i feel there is a problem in my body which may be life threatening and i am dealing with it through body detox, nutrition and strengthening my immune system. My confusion lay as to whether or not to see a dr for official testing- i Know i am susceptable to fear if results are positive, the dietary regime is severe and is not sustainable for me in the longterm,the only positive i can see to having a confirmation of my suspicions is that i would be able to have some pleasure again in eating when di-ease is under control. Thinking out loud..

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    Quote Originally posted by lookbeyond View Post
    At the moment im in a hard place, i feel there is a problem in my body which may be life threatening and i am dealing with it through body detox, nutrition and strengthening my immune system. My confusion lay as to whether or not to see a dr for official testing- i Know i am susceptable to fear if results are positive, the dietary regime is severe and is not sustainable for me in the longterm,the only positive i can see to having a confirmation of my suspicions is that i would be able to have some pleasure again in eating when di-ease is under control. Thinking out loud..
    Good time to know where your greater comfort decision lies. Do not give into any peer pressure, from any side, to influence you. Know thyself and then take care of yourself in a fashion that brings you some peace of mind.

    The cancers that come and go are the ones we would never notice on our own without diagnosis, IMO.

    Setting your mind to rest, whatever form it takes, is important.
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    Yep, known this for awhile. Turmeric is a good daily cancer fighter.

    No tests for me thank you.

    The government (yes, the government), keeps sending me a bowel cancer kit which I promptly throw in the bin. They admitted last year that they did a whole batch of tests which were false positive - and to please do the test again. How many people had the fear of god put into them by those results? For nothing.

    LB, I agree with Modwiz. Set your mind at rest whatever your decision. For me, my first port of call would be naturopath who does live blood analysis and iris diagnosis. Anything will turn up there. Wishing you well my Lovely.

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    My understanding (which may be inaccurate, please advise) is that problems only arise if one of these rogue cells, or cell clusters gets overlooked and allowed to develop beyond the ability of the immune system to deal with it. Interestingly, a doctor who discussed the subject in passing in a book I read stated that the cancer cell is a "taker", a cell which uses resources, but offers nothing in return. A type which I'm sure we can all identify in the macrocosmos. (Suddenly uncomfortable feeling three fingers pointing back at self! )

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    Quote Originally posted by Sooz View Post
    Yep, known this for awhile. Turmeric is a good daily cancer fighter.

    No tests for me thank you.

    The government (yes, the government), keeps sending me a bowel cancer kit which I promptly throw in the bin. They admitted last year that they did a whole batch of tests which were false positive - and to please do the test again. How many people had the fear of god put into them by those results? For nothing.


    Good advice from both Modwiz and Sooz:

    LB, I agree with Modwiz. Set your mind at rest whatever your decision. For me, my first port of call would be naturopath who does live blood analysis and iris diagnosis. Anything will turn up there. Wishing you well my Lovely.

    Sooz
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    I agree with both Modwiz and Sooz: Find a good naturopathic doctor - many out there now. . . And if a strict diet is adding to stress, not sure that's a good thing.

    Watching a good comedy that makes me really laugh always helps me shift my energy - and music. I do love to sing and dance.

    What really makes you happy, lookbeyond?

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    If I go to the doctor it is only to confirm my own diagnosis so I am certain what I am doing. However I have found out that my GP is numpty and Google is better diagnostic than him. Now I only go to ask for a specialist referral which again is a gamble because some specialists are as dumb as my GP and luckyly I havent had serious problems but if I ever have Ill seek at least threee opinions plus consultation with good naturopath.

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    I tend not to use doctors. I find my intuition is a much better guide both to what is wrong with me and how to fix it than anything a reductionist biologist like a general practitioner can offer me. The amount of times I've decided that I should take some combination of oils or herbs only then to find that the specific combination is being looked into for efficacy in the same area is beyond counting.

    It's also a great way of preventing illness. How often do we have the idea that we need something in our diet or we want to bathe in particular oils? I am sure in many cases our intuition is guiding us to fix an issue before it becomes a problem. I've seen people heal and decolonise themselves of the supposedly incurable MRSA. But tell a man in a white coat that his isolated chemicals are part of the problem and not the solution and suddenly you're the nutcase. One need only look at modern antibiotics to see how this works. Let's take erythromicin as an example. Any bacterium that a doctor will attempt to treat with erythromicin will have only one chemical to adapt to. As soon as that bacterium has adapted, such as in the space afforded by an insufficient dose, we have a new, antiobiotic-resistant strain which will spread its resistance wherever it goes, even to other bacteria. All it would take for doctors to overcome antiobiotic resistance while still clinging to their beloved antibiotics would be to prescribe antibiotics in pairs. That way, if erythromicin didn't kill something, amoxicillin would be there to swoop in and pick off the survivors.

    But essential oils and antimicrobial herbs are superior in this respect for this reason. With an antimicrobial oil, such as clove oil or sage, and so on, the oil works for many different reasons. It has many different constituents that all contribute to the effect. It is impossible for bacteria to adapt to the action of every single constituent and so there is no such thing as an essential-oil-resistant bacterium. Furthermore, because essential oils are natural products, the exact balance of constituents varies from year to year and from growing site to growing site, ensuring that no two bottles are ever identical. If a bacterium can't adapt to a single specimen of essential oil, how will it adapt when each new bottle has all these slight variations in composition?

    We can make much better use of this by using oils synergistically. Making use of multiple oils increases the sheer number of available routes by which bacteria are killed, making it impossible to adapt. When every bottle of cinnamon oil is different from every other, and the same with clove and lemon and eucalyptus and rosemary, and also every mixing of these oils is different, it creates a multitude of combinations so numerous that accounting for them becomes impossible. Essential oils have complexity on their side, antibiotics are barbarously simple and, therefore, easy to counteract.

    This just discusses the direct mechanism by which essential oils can counter infection. There are many other routes. For example, a boil is caused by a subcutaneous infection of bacteria (usually staphylococcus aureus). The bacterium works by releasing an enzyme that causes blood to coagulate. Because incoming blood coagulates, it cannot deliver the much-needed immune force. When this happens, the boil slowly grows until by the pressure of its own "population" bursts and the blood flows. Peppermint oil can be applied to affected areas and it will draw in the blood. This happens at a rate faster than the bacterium's ability to counter it simply can't produce the enzyme fast enough. When this happens, the boil will go one of two ways. If it's progressed quite far, it will explode in a bloody and messy boom, otherwise it will quickly shrink as the blood brings in leukocytes which break down the bacterial colony and its protective biofilm.

    Peppermint oil is quite antibacterial in its own right, but the action it has on staphylococcus aureas in a boil actually has nothing to do with this property, but the way it encourages blood flow. I've given it to people with boils before only to be met with surprise at how rapidly it works. One woman's boil burst within seconds of applying the oil. I suspect it is not so surprising to those of us who realise nature knows what's best. Lemon oil is a boost for the immune system, and in conjunction with its own antimicrobial properties, it supports the immune system in its task. It is like a cavalry that not only attacks the enemy, but also brings in supplies for the harried infantry.

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    I completely agree with you SK, the best pharmacist is the nature itself and the best doctor and diagnostic could be our own self if we can recognise the signs. We've been starting many threads on health and self healing but I know you have a very comprehensive knowledge in this area and it would be really great if you can spare some time to create a thread about treating common ailments with essential oils, herbs and natural substances. I hope this is not too much to ask.

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    I'm very glad to help wherever I can. If this is something people think might be of some benefit, I'd happily share a little information :-)

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