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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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Whole foods carry the brand... I live in NY area, Stop & Shop supermarkets carry them in the organic food section.
And yes, I am very excited to end treatment. I cant wait to get back to the gym and start running again. I am looking into some mediation classes, I defintely am going to need something to reduce stress!!!

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Where in the NY area are you, and where did you have your treatment? I'm in Brooklyn--grew up on LI; had surgery at St. Vincent's; and my gyne-onc is now at Mt. Sinai.

It's nice to have someone local to me on the board.

Jill

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Hey Jill! Or should I say fellow NY'er! I am on LI, and so is my Dr. I did go to Sloan for a second opinion but they said they would do the same treatment plan as the dr I am seeing. Also they couldnt fit me into surgery for 6 weeks... I have full trust in my doctor and wanted to begin treatment asap. The sooner I start it, the sooner I can get back to "normal". I am in Suffolk county now but grew up in Nassau the Bellmore Merrick area.
Laura

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Hey, Laura! I grew up in Woodmere, no longer have family there, but often visit friends in Northport and Bayport. It's nice to be able to envision a "sister" in an area that I know well.

We will be here to support as you begin to make the changes in your life you talked about, so check in here often.

Jill

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I get Green Tea bags, Brand is STASH...available at both Whole Foods and and also my regular grocery store....it is the dried leaves of the Camellia sinensis tea plant. Don't think it tastes like water from a goldfish bowl either... :-)...Makes me smile!

The tea recommended in the Anti Cancer book seems very expensive. I may need to look into the tea Claudia is getting.

I squeeze the lemon and generally use about 1/4 lemon per cup (of course the size and juciness of the lemon vary). Also, if I have ginger root, I grate a bit of that in the tea too sometimes.

Cheers!

Karen

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Tomorrow, I will look for Stash green tea at Whole Foods. I'm glad that it doesn't have that fishy taste.

Cheers to you, too!

Jill

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I read your bio and your story sounds like mine! I had a fibriod and went in for a partial hysterectomy... and thats when they found cancer. Had a full hysterectomy done and found 1 positive lymph node... stage 3c grade 3 adenocarcinoma... How far out from treatment are you?

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Yes I did read your bio as well and very similar. When you mean partial,did they keep your ovaries? I had it all taken out for good reasons. Also, my treatments included 33 sessions of external pelvic radiation due to the lymph node being outside the uterine wall.

End of this month will be 2 years post treatments...yeah! Go for my next checkup mid-August and of course, already thinking about it once more. Just part of the journey.

What type drugs for chemo? I had carboplatin & taxol and did quite well with it, but last 3 he added neulasta to boost my blood counts.

Now that you're at the end of treatments, as Jill mentioned, you're looking at new ways to live your live thru better eating, exercising, stress reducers, etc. This is the place to get wonderful support and ideas. Everyone has helped me in more ways then they can count.

Nice to meet you and feel free to send a personal email if you wish to chat further.

Jan

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Kidding . . . but I do love it.
Suzanne

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I am certain that lemoncello has lots of good lemon stuff in it. There are many many lemons used for just a medium-sized bottle (we saw it being produced in Italy). I do love it too, Suzanne.

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I never thought of the possible health benefits of Lemoncello, I just know I like it! Will need to give this more consideration!

Karen

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Doesn't Lemoncello contain sugar? I may be wrong; but if it does, wouldn't that negate its health benefits?

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Jill...you are sooo right...between the sugar and the alcohol it is probably not a good choice! But I do remember having some some years ago when we visited Italy and found it quite yummy! Guess I won't rush out and get any!

Karen

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whats the alcohol content in lemoncello? Friends of ours give it as an after dinner drink (or shot).

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Hi Jan, I first had a partial and thats when they found the cancer... my first dr did a biopsy b4 the partial and the lab said it was clean. But when he removed the uterus at the hospital, thats when they found cancer. So I had to go back in for the full with my onco gyn.... Everything else was completely clean, except for 1 pelivc lymph node.
I am finishing up my 8th carbo/taxol treatment today. My dr said the standard is 6 but also said since my body can take it he wants to do an additional 2.
Its so good to hear its been almost 2 years!!! That is sooo awesome! I can't wait to return to my "normal" life now... Its going to be hard to reduce the worry, but I'm hoping with time it will happen only before the scans. In the future I pray this will just be a bump in the road as I watch my daughter grow up.

Much Love to everyone on this forum!
Laura

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Hi Jan, I first had a partial and thats when they found the cancer... my first dr did a biopsy b4 the partial and the lab said it was clean. But when he removed the uterus at the hospital, thats when they found cancer. So I had to go back in for the full with my onco gyn.... Everything else was completely clean, except for 1 pelivc lymph node.
I am finishing up my 8th carbo/taxol treatment today. My dr said the standard is 6 but also said since my body can take it he wants to do an additional 2.
Its so good to hear its been almost 2 years!!! That is sooo awesome! I can't wait to return to my "normal" life now... Its going to be hard to reduce the worry, but I'm hoping with time it will happen only before the scans. In the future I pray this will just be a bump in the road as I watch my daughter grow up.

Much Love to everyone on this forum!
Laura

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So happy you're about at end of chemo....life does get better. Yes after I posted to your earlier question, did read about the full hysterectomy later...dah! sorry.

My question to you, you're not having radiation? If not, what is your docs thinking...curious?? I've heard both sides, as seems to depend on doc.

No one gave us a book on how our lives would roll out, therefore, we must learn to roll with the punches. I've decided that this cancer was a wake up call and allowed me to get my body in order...so look out world here I come back ready to fight this full tilt!!

My daughter is off to college next month, and anxious to have time with my hubbie to travel...looking so forward to it!!

Best to you,
Jan

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His belief is the extra chemo would be more beneficial than the radiation. Given my age he felt the long term effects from radiation would not help me. I have spoken others on this board and there are mixed reviews. I go for my next scan the week of 8/1 and meet the with dr to discuss what we do from here.
I hate that we have to make life and death decisions when we so emotionally drained.

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I can understand about side affects from radiation...always felt rad was worse then the chemo drugs. I have some sciatica pain and just not as flexible in the pelvic area. Now my age is older then you, at least according to your profile....I'm 54 yrs. But...the good health I had prior to cancer diagnosis I'm sure was of help, and I have no other health issues...cross my fingers & toes it continues.

Good luck with your upcoming scan, let me know how it goes. You had carbo/taxol?

Jan

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Yes, I had carbo/taxol... I handled it really well... all 8 of them. The nurses said my blood work always came back great and they were giving me the most intense dosage they possibly could. (given my height/weight). I sit down with my hematologist next month to review the scans and to talk about my next step. I will discuss the radiation again along with other questions I have.
Thanks for your well wishes, I will let you know how it goes. I just can't wait to get my eyebrows/eyelashes back and to get to the gym to work out like a lunatic... I've been away from my love of running for way to long!

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Oh my, we're sounding more and more alike. I was a huge runner before my treatments, even continued some running during them, but ended up doing more walking and gym equipment. As mentioned the side affects from my radiation was my sciatica and pelvic area drying up. I've got pain in this area mainly when get up and before bed at nite. I've learned to not run and don't do any pounding type exercise. I envy you to be able to run, but at least I'm here telling my story, so no complaints

What type of followup appts will you have? Can they rely on the CA125...mine they can as it showed improvement during chemo's and stayed at same range since last treatment July '09.

Good luck on appt....
Jan

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Thank you ladies; I greatly appreciate your advice.

california_artist
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You know, it's funny cause shortly after I posted that lovely list, I looked at it and thought, you know, I really out to print that out and put it in the fridge and in the bedroom so I don't forget what's vitally important during this short period of my life.

I wholly intend to make it out alive from this mess, and am willing to do as much as I can to tip the odds in my favor. Just as during the first six months, I was a fanatic about doing every possible thing I could to slow down and kill some of the cancer, I realize that as time goes on, I am able to let up to some extent, but I won't go back to the lifestyle I had before knowing I had cancer, because in my opinion, and in my particular case, I can see the things I was doing to give my cancer a hand in gaining a stronghold in me. Even eating brown rice, which is a wonderful food, because along with other acidic foods I ate so much of, didn't fare me well. Too much of a good thing, is too much.

After seeing graphs of the sharp downward slope of the number of deaths at the two year mark, I counted days til I got there, feeling somehow that at that point I could breathe a little easier.

Thanks for your comment. I love this thread because so many ideas started flying around. Although different folks have differing ways of communicating, it's important to remember it's the messages and the exchange of ideas and knowledge that is ultimately the most important thing, and one just keeps on marching for the opportunity of learning something that might help someone at some time.

Health and joy at all times,

Claudia

In 13 days it will be three and a half years since my diagnosis.For UPSC it's all about turning back on the p53 gene. So far, I think I'm mostly just slowing things down. That's why I'm still so diligent, not as but pretty aware of what I'm doing, not that I don't do things I probably shouldn't, just I know about them. and then I try to counteract those things, rather like a diabetic giving themselves insulin when they've had too much sugar. You're human, and sometimes ice cream is worth the risk, in your mind, for a few minutes anyway.

Epigenetics is what is our going to be our new best friend. That's how we'll learn to the p53 back on. I am hopeful. I hope you are too.

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Do I have the time line wrong? I think of you as starting this journey at roughly the same time as me, Marge, and Deanna: fall 2008. I know you were one of the earliest posters in our new little 'UPSC community.'

california_artist
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I came on board around the same time as you but I was diagnosed on February 27, 2008, that's the doctor to called me to tell me the results of a biopsy. The sad thing is that prior to that, 27 had always been my favorite number. I did have my first PET in August of '08.

Nice we are still around, eh???

Claudia

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You bet it is nice to still have both of you around! Keep it up! We expect to read your postings for years to come!

Big hugs to you both!

Karen

california_artist
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Thanks, you too, hang around.

What the heck are you eating that is making so dang happY?

Think it's time to put up another painting, I'm getting tired of that one, maybe some coffee break related thing a ma bob.

Love to all, especially you Karen and your always smiley face.

Your friend,

Claudia

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