More Information on Cancer Treatment

Please forgive the long lapse between posts.  Life has been a little crazy this last month and the first two weeks of this month.  Our son got married three weeks ago in Michigan.  We had a reception for him and his bride to be (at the time) for those who wished to participate but could not get away to travel so far.  Then we helped them get everything ready to go to Michigan, spent a week up there (wonderful people at Freedom Farm in Pittsford), came home and tried to get our own lives back to some sense of normal.  But somehow, normal seems to be getting busier.  Oh, well.  I don’t have time to be bored.

During all of that planning and preparing, I learned a few more things about fighting cancer.  First, I discovered Hallelujah Acres website.  They have loads of information about fighting all kinds of diseases,  I heard about the benefits of bitter apricot seeds and ordered a pound of them from a company in California.

A little about Bitter Apricot Seeds:  they contain a high concentration of vitamin B17, but also contain cyanide.  Many of our foods contain low doses of cyanide (you can Google “foods that contain cyanide”) so it is important to know the symptoms of cyanide poisoning and not take more than necessary.  I take two or three in the morning, and two or three at night.  I also found a site (don’t remember which one now; may have been the aforementioned Hallelujah Acres) that claimed our bodies don’t have enough oxygen in our bodies.  One suggestion was to add freshly squeezed lemon juice to each glass or bottle of distilled water (distilled because it has more oxygen in it and has not been through the processes that remove the oxygen).  Sometimes we buy bottled water, and once a bottle is empty we refill it with distilled water (purchased from the store in gallon jugs).

For more information on apricot seeds, you can log on to www.apricotpower.com.

I do think a couple of my lumps have either shrunk or gotten softer.  Next oncologist appointment is Oct. 25.

Also, I dry the seeds of watermelon, papaya, and anything else with small seeds.  I add them to one salad a day.

More next time, but keep your eyes open.  I’m going to start a short story series for anyone who would like to check out my writing.  Hopefully, I will begin this by Oct. 1.

Blessings to you.