Throughout history, most experts in natural
healing regarded cancer as a systemic condition that should
be treated internally with tonics and externally with salves,
pastes, and poultices. Thus far, we have re-created three of
the syrups used historically: the scrophularia and phytolacca of
Eli G. Jones, MD, and the much more famous trifolium
compound used by Eclectic physicians, Harry Hoxsey, Chief
Sundance, and Dr. John Christopher.
In order to maintain the highest quality standards,
these syrups are produced in small batches in a small but excellent
laboratory. Our purpose is to provide products that have been
widely regarded as effective in order to determine what works
and for whomand, we are, of course, evaluating the claims
made by some of the foremost curers of cancer of times past.
The recipes for these products are in my book.
The ingredients are on the label. There are no secrets. These
are historic products, faithfully re-created, using traditional
processing methods rather than state of the art modern technology.
Wherever possible, fresh plant material is used rather than
dry herbs. Every effort is made to rely as much as possible
from sustainable sources. We use organically grown or consciously
wildcrafted herbs except for an occasional ingredient that
is almost impossible to find except through import channels.
Because we try to use mainly fresh herbs,
we cannot suddenly increase production. We must work with Nature.
Each plant is harvested at the peak of its potency. This moment
varies according to the plant and part of the plant used so
some roots may not be gathered until late Autumn, meaning that
the first batch may not be ready until early the following
year. From start to finish, there is loving attention to detail
and constant awareness that the plants are going to be used
by people who are facing serious life issues.
While we recognize that the products may
appear expensive, they truly are not similar to other products
on the market that may seem the same. They are potent, historic
replicas of traditional herbal remedies that we do not believe
the average person could make on his or her own, even though
the recipes are available.