Approximately 80% of the world's population
depends exclusively on plants for their health and healing.
In the developed world, reliance on surgery and pharmaceutical
medicine is more usual, but increasingly, more and more
people are complementing their treatment with natural supplements.
On this site, there are over 100 pages
that provide only information.
There are also about 30 pages that discuss herbs
and herbal products that can be used to support different
aspects of cancer treatment. Though some of the products
are available to practitioners through Sacred Medicine
Sanctuary, there is no sales pitch, merely intelligent
explanations of the herbal remedies as they have been used
by skilled practitioners historically and in the present.
A wealth of material on
diet, life style, and psychospiritual approaches to healing
that can be used in conjunction with cancer treatment can
also be found on this site though much of this material
is being transferred to cancerchecklist.com where
the scope of discussion is wider.
in the News
Press release from
Environmental News Network on wormwood!
held interest as a possible anticancer agent since the
1920’s. This is because extracts derived from it
have been shown to kill cancer cells and to stimulate the
and cons of botanical treatments are thoroughly discussed
in the book and
in somewhat lesser detail on this site. While every effort
has been made to provide accurate information on the
herbal products described in the book, the only real
way to ascertain the effectiveness of the historic approaches
to cancer treatment was to re-create the products and
try them. Sacred Medicine
Sanctuary has taken on this task and has made several
of the internal tonics as well as a number of ointments
and supportive remedies on an experimental basis. This
includes a variation of the Hoxsey tonic.
No escharotic products such as the black salve or Compound
X can be purchased on this site, but sources for
them are listed.
The methods described in Ingrid Naiman's book Cancer
Salves: A Botanical Approach to Treatment were
traditionally used mainly for breast tumors and skin cancers,
but they have been successfully employed for a wide variety
of other malignancies, including pancreatic, liver, and
kidney cancer. Derivative treatments can be used for uterine-cervix and brain cancer
as well as many abnormal conditions affecting the lymphatic system.
tonics, often regarded as more important than the external,
can be used as either primary or adjunctive treatment for
Boards and Discussion Forums
There are three bulletin boards associated
with this public service. There is one for posting
questions that replaces the FAQ and previous pages
devoted to questions and answers. There is another where
patients can discuss their
experiences and share both the fruits and perils of their
healing quest. This board is only for patients. There
is another board that
is strictly for practitioners. There is also a board on
cancerchecklist.com that is rarely used but freely available.
Hulda Clark's book The
Cure for All Cancers sold millions of copies.
She, like many others before her, was convinced that
parasites are a critical factor in the development as
well as treatment of cancer.
There is a page where new posts are listed.
These posts usually address questions that arise because
of media attention to an alternative cancer treatment,
such as is currently the case with mistletoe and Iscador.
Letter to Senator
Tom Harkin, D-IA, on cancer research. Please copy and send
to your elected representatives.
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