Aug 16, 2012 - 10:43 pm
Anyone heard of this? It is derived from Caribbean Blue Scorpion venom. Here is an exert from an email I received from a friend... keep in mind, that this isn't approved by the FDA... that was also in the email.
Escozine, currently in pre-clinical trials at the University of California, San Diego, Moores Cancer Center. Escozine is derived from the Caribbean blue scorpion venom – Rhopalurus, Family Buthidae. "Medolife is the scientific bridge between conventional cancer therapies and natural approaches. An eight year, open-label clinical study involving 8,302 cancer patients, representing a wide spectrum of cancer types, showed that blue scorpion venom had an 89.5% success rate in the quality of life for subjects in the study. Thousands of stage four cancer patients, who were given months to live, are still alive today years after first taking the blue scorpion venom. Escozine has been used in combination with chemotherapy, radiation, hormone therapy and other conventional treatments."
Any thoughts? Has anyone here been included in these trials?
How about Chaga Tea? My Dad is drinking 3-4 8oz. glasses a day. It's supposed to be anti-tumor... He feels better since drinking it. He has been drinking it for about 3 months.
Anyway... just thought I'd share.