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Lemon (Citrus) - a miraculous product to kill cancer cells

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Institute of Health Sciences, 819 N. L.L.C. Charles Street Baltimore , MD 1201.
This is the latest in medicine, effective for cancer!
Read carefully & you be the judge.
Lemon (Citrus) is a miraculous product to kill cancer cells. It is 10,000 times stronger than chemotherapy.
Why do we not know about that? Because there are laboratories interested in making a synthetic version that will bring them huge profits. You can now help a friend in need by letting him/her know that lemon juice is beneficial in preventing the disease. Its taste is pleasant and it does not produce the horrific effects of chemotherapy. How many people will die while this closely guarded secret is kept, so as not to jeopardize the beneficial multimillionaires large corporations? As you know, the lemon tree is known for its varieties of lemons and limes. You can eat the fruit in different ways: you can eat the pulp, juice press, prepare drinks, sorbets, pastries, etc... It is credited with many virtues, but the most interesting is the effect it produces on cysts and tumors. This plant is a proven remedy against cancers of all types. Some say it is very useful in all variants of cancer. It is considered also as ananti microbial spectrum against bacterial infections and fungi, effective against internal parasites and worms, it regulates blood pressure which is too high and an antidepressant, combats stress and nervous disorders.
The source of this information is fascinating: it comes from one of the largest drug manufacturers in the world, says that after more than 20 laboratory tests since 1970, the extracts revealed that: It destroys the malignant cells in 12 cancers, including colon, breast, prostate, lung and pancreas ... The compounds of this tree showed 10,000 times better than the product Adriamycin, a drug normally used chemotherapeutic in the world, slowing the growth of cancer cells. And what is even more astonishing: this type of therapy with lemon extract only destroys malignant cancer cells and it does not affect healthy cells.

Institute of Health Sciences, 819 N. L.L.C. Cause Street , Baltimore , MD1201

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good to have you back on board! that's very interesting about lemons; always thought they had medicinal value in addition to taste, and now i know. of course, the corporations/pharmeceuticals don't want something as simple as lemons, or anything else easily gotten, to actually be more effective, and certainly less harmful than chemo. i've been trying an integrative approach: western medicine along with anti-cancer diet, less stress whenever possible, acupuncture, massage, supplements, etc. i'm also interested in checking out high dosage iv vitamin c. have you heard of this? there's a clinic in san francisco that administers this.

in any case, stay healthy.
sisterhood,
maggie

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Health Sciences Institute (sounds impressive, doesn't it?) is half of one floor of a skinny row house in a not-so-nice area of Baltimore. All this "institute" does is reprint articles it has found who-knows-where. It certainly is not a scientific organization nor is it doing any research.

http://www.hoax-slayer.com/lemon-cancer-cells.shtml

This "company" also publishes a books that are pretty much scams and their website takes you to ads purporting to sell all kinds of cures.

The shame of this is that hucksters like HSI cast a shadow on legitimate herbal and alternative therapies.

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Never mind

california_artist
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I guess every environment can be exposed to a hope slayer. I am very happy that you are back with us. I believe that you bring a wealth of information and sources of information.
The size of the building has little importance to the projection of the power of what resides there.

The fellows that started Apple computer got their start in a very tiny garage. Einstein wore Mickey mouse sweat shirts and had weird hair, plus his office was a mess. That doesn't mean we should dismiss his ideas.

It's not the size of the building, but the heart, mind, and intention of the person who inhabits it.

I found your article informative. If you are applying the facts about cancer's inability to thrive in an alkaline environment, then this makes sense and is one of those pieces of the puzzle that I love to become aware of. Lemons are very alkaline once processed in the body. They work synergistically with tea to become more than than the benefits of each alone.

I want you to know that what you have to offer, those things that you give the women here to consider, are of great importance. Together, we have an opportunity to discover more than we could individually.

Everyone doesn't have time to research all day to find the news that has the potential for great importance. The willingness to look for what might be important and then making that information available is what more people need to do. I do it too. We need to be aware of all the things that can help us.

Keep up the good work.

Love,

Claudia

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I appreciate the information that you shared and absolutely believe that it is true. Even the website that called this article a "hoax" included the following information:

A number of studies have indicated that compounds found in citrus (including lemon) may be effective as anti-cancer agents, at least for certain types of cancer.

A December 2004 Science Daily article reports: Research by Texas Agriculture Experiment Station scientists has shown that citrus compounds called limonoids targeted and stopped neuroblastoma cells in the lab. They now hope to learn the reasons for the stop-action behavior and eventually try the citrus concoction in humans.

Harris, the chief scientists, said that flavonoids and limonoids – nutrient-packed pigments that give color and taste to fruit – may work against cancer in any of three ways: prevent it from forming, slow the growth of existing cancer, or kill cancer cells.

"The limonoids, which differ structurally from flavonoids, seem to do all three," he said of tests by a graduate student who worked in his lab. Their work emphasized the compounds' ability to kill existing the neuroblastoma cells with the rationale that if the method and time limonoids take to obliterate the cancer could be found, perhaps scientists could exploit it to help cure the disease.

A May 2000 report about the potential of citrus limonoids as anticancer agents explains: The experimental results describe above indicate that citrus limonoids may provide substantial anticancer actions. The compounds have been shown to be free of toxic effects in animal models so potential exists for use of limonoids against human cancer in either the natural fruit, in citrus fortified with limonoids, or in purified forms of specific limonoids .

And a report on the medicinal use of citrus published on the University of Florida EDIS website notes: Citrus flavonoids have potential antioxidant (prevents aging), anti-cancer, antiviral, anti-inflammatory activities, effects on capillarity, and cholesterol-lowering ability. The principal carotenoids in pink grapefruit are lycopene and beta-carotene. Lycopene-containing fruits and vegetables have been shown to contribute to a significant reduction in prostate and mammary cancer risk.

Scientific studies indicate compounds in citrus, including lemon, have real potential as anti-cancer agents.

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I knew I loved you for a good reason.

: ~ ))

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Good info on Lemons....I had read previously about the synergistic effect of lemon and green tea (probably from Claudia) and do believe that combo makes sense.I know one of the ladies on this site makes a drink, grinding up the peel and all (I can't remember who it was)... In any case, I will keep drinking my green tea with LEMON and will find even more ways to use lemons. Sure can't hurt and I am quite confident, it will help.

Love all of you for searching and posting for interesting and helpful info!

P.S....Bea....I too, am glad to see you back again!!!

Hugs, Karen

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I never said that lemons were not good for cancer, just that HSI is a scam/sham. I just happen to know about this place and thought it would be helpful to share my knowledge, and instead I get "reprimanded".

HSI has been on the news in Baltimore several times for publishing mostly false information, with just enough truth in it to reel desperate people in. Look at their website and you will see how unbelievable it is. These people do no research, and have no ideas of their own. So you cannot "dismiss their ideas" since they have none!

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Any time a 'scientific' journal spouts conspiracy therories like "drug companies don't want you to know this", and use words like "miraculous", you can be assured that it's a scam.

Eat lemons if you want; they're yummy, and they may very well assist with keeping your body an inhospitable place for cancer to grow. But I'm with JoAnn that this is a VERY suspect source.

Please don't start this battle up again, ladies, or half the posters here will stay away to avoid this stress and drama!!

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Not just literally but figuratively as well girlfriends!

I second Linda's suggestion....less stress and drama!

With all the suggestions comes our own personal research and adaptation to it.

Unfortunately cancer not only attracts poor victims but their pocketbooks. Shame on those who try to profit through less than moral ways.

Hang in ladies!

Laurie

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True enough. Guess it could sound pretty silly to think that the lumin whatever it is that they get from the citrus peel and the stuff they get out of pectin could be a boost to your body to fight the big C or other diseases. Does sound kind of silly doesn't it.

So let's see. You all are taking Taxol to fight your cancer, well mostly all. That comes from what again??? the yew tree. It's a plant alkaloid. When I learned Taxol came from the yew tree, I had a very positive response. I thought wow, that's really interesting.

from web
What is Taxol? Taxol is an anti-cancer ("antineoplastic" or "cytotoxic") chemotherapy drug. Taxol is classified as a "plant alkaloid," a "taxane" and an "antimicrotubule agent." (For more detail, see "How Taxol Works" section below).

I don't really get the whole problem. So many medicines are derived from plants and are just accepted. Why not just look at things offered as something to think about. Especially in light of the fact that this particular cancer is exceedingly hard to defeat. And none of us knows what will really work. Why not allow people extra hope?

Hope and feeling that you are doing all you can to defeat your cancer are vitally important in your recovery, why all the race to defeat hope???

Friends help you heal. women who join discussion groups, usually in person where they can talk about their fears etc do better than women who don't. There is no clinical trial for it.

God, no clinical trial for that either. Hope and faith.

All those things that really help your body heal, there is no clinical trial for because you can't patten them. You can't bottle them and make a drug, which is what it was agreed was all the FDA would allow doctors to prescribe. They are just things that help you feel better, and stronger and to heal.

Things that will most likely help and certainly not hurt, I'm not going to into the whys and wherefores. you can think they'll help you or not:

hope
Sleeping in as dark a room as you can
deep breathing
exercise
water without chlorine
a heavily alkaline leaning diet
keeping an open mind
friendship
low salt diet
low protein diet
laughter
organic concord grapes before anything else in the morning
doing those things you love even though you have cancer and are sad some of the time
tolerance
good deeds
green tea with lemon
the entire organic lemon demolished in your food processor
ginger
turmeric/pepper/olive oil
trying to stay away from really acidic foods and drinks-soda, beer, wine, coffee, beef there are charts on line for this info
yoga,and similar past times
guided imagery-imagine yourself well
meditation
avoiding stress like you would avoid the plague. A body that is under stress puts nearly all its energy to defending from that stress and forgets about the bigger threat of cancer
an open mind, open to what abouts,and what ifs

It is very possible if there had not been something patentable that could be derived from the yew tree and approved by the FDA that it would not currently be treatment for cancer. And what if the poor soul who first thought of using bark from a yew tree had gotten shot down as that being a poor idea indeed.
Taxol does work for some cancers.

A current note on taxol is that they are working on creating a chemical that works like taxol

In the google search engine I typed in taxol derived from- and came up with even the original research on the discovery. It is very interesting reading. I hope it continues to work for all of you that are currently in treatment and who finished treatment.

What I am trying to say is that discoveries made because people wonder and experiment and look at the results. They try. They have hope that things will work,or else why would they try.

We all need hope that things will work. If it's not going to hurt you, doesn't cost an arm and a leg, why not give yourself a little feeling, a tiny glimmer of hope?

Were i to want to get the most benefit from that little old lemon, I personally would make certain it was organic. I would take the whole entire lemon and put it in my little chopper and chop the heck out of it. I would in the meantime have made some green tea, letting it steep for the entire 30 minutes to get the most out of it. I would then mix the two together if the tea was no longer hot, and I would take my time and drink it, without sugar, even though it tasted pretty bitter. I would just grin and bear it, cause in the long run, it's not going to hurt me and could do a world of good. Think of how happy my liver will be and all my friendly little cells, all except for the cancer ones, cause once my body turns all that acidy lemon into wonderful alkaline ash, my cancer cells will be in real trouble.

That's it.

Hope
Hope
Hope
Action
Action
Action
empowerment
wellness
wellness
deep breath

and we're done.

Best wishes to you all, and know that I will support you in whatever your choice of treatment, even if it's not my choice.

A friend,

Claudia

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I could not have said it better! We all look for things that we can do to make our body inhospitable to cancer cells. Some things might work...some not, but we can each make choices. And it makes me feel like I am doing SOMETHING....and that is empowering for me!

I appreciate all of the ideas put forth on this site to educate us,to provide choices and give us hope!

Best to all!

Karen

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Never mind

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Claudia,thank you for this post with list of things that might help and certainly won't hurt. When I get my printer to work again I think I will print it and hang it in the kitchen above my coffee maker. I found this site back in May but didn't find my way back to it until today. I appreciate all the posts and having a community to look to that is experiencing what is happening to me. A friend, Genie

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JoAnn

If you know that lemon are good why then you are trying to discredit HSI. I’ve read about lemons from many different sources but the source is the least relevant here. You are focusing on a wrong subject. The post is not about HSI, but lemon. Try to research on this if you are interested in...and stay positive.

All the best to you.

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If lemons really worked my oncologist would be throwing them at me when I walked in the door. I've always loved lemons and limes but I don't think there is a magic cure like this. I'm sorry for those exposed to false hope. I think those advocating untested hope need to be prosecuted.

Songflower

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double post; sorry.

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Good afternoon, and thank you again for directing us to what is important here--lemon's anti-cancer properties and NOT HSI.

Ok, now I've said enough.

Love you,

Jill

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Pleeeeeeeeze!

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Let this thread die, NOW. PLEASE. I hate this type of snippy behavior; we are a better community than this thread reflects. PLEASE agree to disagree and move the heck on.

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The lemon is mighty - NO ONE is denying that fact. Enjoy lots of them.

However it is VERY IMPORTANT to consider the source of ANY information. This is so important with internet information. We need to Research not only what is said but who is saying it - and motive.

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Under your pic it says Rewriter....LOL

Laurie

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I'm still a rewriter, but I've learned when I'm better off just being a "deleter." LOL.

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I am really pretty surprised at how intentions get misunderstood. Mistakenly, I deleted some of my posts, which makes it seem as if I am letting Claudia hang out to dry. That is far from my intention.

The information that Bea-Mil shared initially was for all of us to consider and to submit to our own research. I no longer blindly accept ANYTHING; and I find truth in the information about lemons not because of the organization that printed the article but because my own Internet search found an abundance of legitimate studies that supported it.

Let's foster an environment where we feel safe to share ANY information we find that may be helpful to the women here. Part of empowering myself involves knowing that my oncologist is not God, that I have to complete my own investigative studies, and that just because a treatment has not yet become accepted by the medical community does not mean that it's bogus. These days, if my doctors tell me anything--as a simple example, that diet does not matter--I educate myself to make sure that I agree.

I don't think I am overstating things to say that Claudia has helped save my life. Initially, I was not entirely open to her suggestions; but I did my due diligence, and so much of the research she shared is now becoming standard treatment. I firmly believe that she has spent hours and hours on the Internet, Googling stuff and then sharing it with us, because she wants to give us hope. She also suggested something that I found to be critically important: If my body was in a state that allowed cancer to take up residence, then doesn't it make sense that changing my body's environment (through diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes) might help protect me against recurrence? Certainly, it's not that easy. I'm just saying that this can't hurt.

As for the all-important HOPE, is it wrong of me to really, really love the women here who are committed to giving that to themselves and each other? To cringe a bit when something or someone takes that hope away? Claudia and many, many others of you give me hope; and I am trying to give that back to all of you, too. I am LUCKY--gosh knows, I am--to be NED almost three years after my diagnosis. Now, my desire is to give something back. My passion is the anticancer diet, and maybe you've gotten some meal ideas from me. However, if you hate my suggestions, there is plenty of other interesting stuff here.

Let's take what we can use and leave the rest. How about that? I've reread this post and find nothing about it that would scare any of the women away.

Much love,

Jill

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I like a good discussion where we're not afraid to agree and disagree. I am not offended but rather enjoy a good rattle of this chemo brain. I am taking topotekan which is made from an organic plant but not working well for me. Alot of plants from the ocean have anticancer properties but need to be tested. For me I think there are people who give false hope out there. I think of what the elderly go through with false offers. We have to look at things inside out and upside down. I still like a lively discussion. Antioxidants are so interesting but so much is not known. We've got to keep up the work.

Love, Diane

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after reading this tread last night I came home in the morning, put one "organic" lemon to Vitamix with little bit of water and blend it. Taste is awesome, very fresh. Don't need to be diluted with green tea.

california_artist
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Hi,

There is a synergistic effect(affect) that will work if the green tea and lemon are taken together, or close to the same time. This is just where the two halves are greater than the whole, or something. Together they give a one two punch to cancer cells.

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don't worry they are meeting together inside. I was curious how it taste, green tea was to hot that time and I don't want to kill all living things in lemon with anything over 43 degree (Celsius of course)

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Should I be using only sencha or macha green tea? Does putting it on ice make it much less beneficial?

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How we are saying this "your belief will heal you"?
I'm using whatever green tea I have and ice will not kill it too. But it is only mine opinion.

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and THAT is a valid and hopeful feeling. Thank you.

california_artist
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Hey, as always, lovely to hear from you.

In regards to what you just mentioned, Bea posted on the alternative thread this reference to a book and author, that relates to what you just said. There is a little you tube video too.

“The Spontaneous Healing of Belief” by Gregg Braden

You are very, very funny girl. Glad you joined us.

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I do remember that there were great differences in effectiveness in the type of tea and the time of brewing. I have no idea about the ice. Never thought of it.

Also, since the radiation disaster in Japan, I've been a bit leary of getting foods from Japan. I have no idea how long the radiation woould remain in food stuffs or if it would be surface onlly or within the plants cells themselves.

Ah???? anybody know????

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I never really thought about radiation affecting Japanese green tea--although I now stay away from hijiki and other plant food from Japan. Oy, Celestial Seasonings is looking better and better.

california_artist
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I cannot tell you have glad I am that we didn't just give up on this discussion. I think it's been ever so swell.

Jill, your Oy just about made me fall out of my chair. Felt like I was right back in thick of things in the city. Oy to you too. Hey, where was the vey, eh????

(Jill, do you ever watch Wendy Williams?????)

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I watch and love Wendy. Recently, an old friend--someone I haven't seen in years--told me that Wendy reminded her of me. I guess that's a compliment, right?

california_artist
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Frankly, I don't really see the resemblence. Ah, large sorta dark woman and little whitish woman. She must a meant in personality eh???

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This friend hasn't seen me in a while. Hehehehe. How YOU doin, huh?

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they found radiation in milk in Ontario, which is on the other side of globe from Fukushima, so don't bother with organic food, everything is contaminated now.

Keep smiling, tomorrow will be worse.

california_artist
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OMG!! I am going to start hurting myself if I fall outa my chair any more.

"tomorrow will be worse"

Well, ladies, laughter is good for the soul, and you two are making my soul feel refreshed.

Love and all that other stuff,

Claudia

How's Canada???

california_artist
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It's the foods to fight cancer book that has the chart. They suggest a 10 minut minimum steeping time, I have also heard 30 minutes if you really want to reap benefits, and that the Japanese teas are higher in egcg content overall.

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Can I just drink regular green tea with lemon?
Would that also help?

Thank you!

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If you're going to have enjoyment with tea, go with GREEN for full benefit. It contains EGCT, which is one of the most powerful nutritional molecules against the formation of new blood vessels by cancerous cells. It also acts as a detoxifier for the body. It activates mechanisms in the liver that can then eliminate cancerous toxins from the body more rapidly. It is more potent when added with lemon juice.

HOW MANY CUPS OF GREEN TEA PER DAY (per Anti Cancer book)?

In a group of Japanese women suffering from breast tumors that had not yet metastasized, researchers discovered that those who consumed THREE CUPS OF GREEN TEA PER DAY had 57% fewer relapses than those who only drank ONE CUP PER DAY. Why deprive ourselves?

It takes a while to get used to green tea, especially if you were a coffee drinker, but I think of all the great benefits and down it fast. It's now become my staple and my goal daily is 4 cups and each is loaded with lemon juice (or fresh lemons) and a few shakes of ground cinnamon...yummie!

Try it, you'll like it~
Jan

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Thank you so much...I am having one right now!

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Hi, Jan

I drink green tea and have done so for years. What brand do you drink? That's may biggest concern right now, since I'd rather avoid the stuff from Japan--what I had been drinking up to now.

Thanks for the info, and I think my brand of green tea tastes like fish water. No matter how much lemon I add, it still tastes like it formerly bathed a school of goldfish. But as Jana said, I'd eat squirrel s**t if it guaranteed no recurrence.

Jill

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So, half of lemon in each cup sounds good to me. Is that enough?
That would make 2 lemons per day.
I am sorry for the silly questions :)

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Ask away. On these boards, there is no such thing as a silly question.

In my humble estimation, two lemons sounds like just the right amount.

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I purchase mine at iHerb.com and it's called Organic Sencha Green Tea (loose) 1 lb sealed bag, from China. I just learn to use the metal device to steep the tea in. Must let it sit in hot water for 10 minutes according to Anti Cancer book...can you tell I rely on this book, almost like my Bible. They used to have "decaf" green tea but haven't been in stock for a bit, so I just use regular. According to what I've read, reg has more of the ECGC ingredients and not that much caffeine. Usually caffeine keeps me awake, but haven't noticed this even when I drink it at 7pm for dinner.

Jill, you're a hoot -- about not caring about the taste if it kills any cancer. I ditto that one girl. The things I eat now amaze me, as it's almost like second nature, whereas, many years ago I'd poo-poo the idea and held my nose...crazy hum!

Fayad, I don't always use fresh lemons but bet if you cut one in 1/2 and squeeze juice, that would be sufficient enough for one glass/cup. I generally use the refrigerated kind in a bottle. Don't want to let the tea sit too long, meaning hours on end and drink later. Best drinking soon after the 10 minutes of steeping. I try to double the amount I made each time and almost like I'm getting 2 cups in one serving. Forces me to get both down and by end of day I had my 4 cups in 2 servings...bingo!

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I use sencha also.. but in tea bags.
Jill it took alittle bit of getting use to but I love it now. After reading this, I will add the lemon juice! It does hurt and I like lemons. I finish my last chemo treatment tomorrow :-) and plan on increasing my green tea and wheat grass juice intake.

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on coming to the end of your chemo treatments. I remember how excited I was when I finished, full of ideas about how I would change my diet, exercise more, and reduce my stress. I wish you all the best and many, many years of pristine health.

BTW, where you you purchase your sencha tea bags? I have the loose tea, but I waste so much of it trying to get it inside that little steel ball. LOL.

Jill

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