|Posted on Tuesday, September 18, 2001 - 10:57 am: |
my mother inlaw just found out she has adencarcinoma it in her panceas. do you have any suggestions on treatment as opposed to kemo. please let me know
|Posted on Wednesday, September 19, 2001 - 02:33 am: |
Please read the review on this site that was posted for a time on amazon.com:
|Posted on Monday, October 14, 2002 - 09:53 pm: |
Will black salve break up a self contained tumor that is in tne abdomen area affecting several organs drawing it to the skin surface little by little? Or is there a danger of the salve pulling the whole tumor (more or less) causing a tearing and hemorage? I am afraid. Please reply! And what about breast implants? Will it have an adverse affect on these? Thank you.
|Posted on Tuesday, October 15, 2002 - 03:31 pm: |
Personally, I would not advise use of the black salve with implants. We simply do not know what, if any, chemical reactions would occur. In theory, there would be none because it is safe to store the salve in plastic containers (not in metal ones), but everything is porous to some extent. What I mean is that nothing is actually solid from a molecular standpoint. Therefore, there could be some unforeseen reaction.
Some women with implants have felt that the implants acted as a barrier to penetration of the chest wall by the tumor. I personally do not see this as a given. I.e., we cannot be sure this is grounds for complacency. Most have resisted removing the implants and gone on to regret the procrastination in doing what the surgeons had recommended.
I would get a first, second, and third opinion and think this through very carefully. This said, unlike an indiscriminate caustic, bloodroot salves do not destroy everything they contact and no reports of damage to major arteries have ever reached me. However, the tiny auxiliary arteries (the ones associated with angiogenesis) sometimes break if the eschar is heavy and jostled by movement close to the time when it is ready to detach naturally.
In your situation, you would need medical supervision if you plan to attempt something like the salves.
|Posted on Friday, July 02, 2004 - 01:33 pm: |
My mother got an advanced lung cancer (IV). Don't you know if there were any more or less successful herb treatments at this stage?
|Posted on Friday, July 02, 2004 - 09:45 pm: |
Yes, of course, there is always hope, but every patient and condition is different. She should see someone who specializes in herbal treatments if this is what she wants to try.
I wish you both much luck.
|Posted on Tuesday, January 11, 2005 - 07:03 pm: |
my father has liver and esphosal(sp) cancer. we need help! will wormwood help? we have been using the liquid oxygen, ess.oils and shark liver oil. do you have any input on this? Also Ingrid i have emailed you asking about the dosage for wormwood, is there any danger of poison? debbyellen