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

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  • TiggersDoBounce
    TiggersDoBounce Member Posts: 408
    Rewriter said:

    Bea
    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

    Jill do you have a new identity?
    Under your pic it says Rewriter....LOL

    Laurie
  • Rewriter
    Rewriter Member Posts: 493

    Jill do you have a new identity?
    Under your pic it says Rewriter....LOL

    Laurie

    Laurie
    I'm still a rewriter, but I've learned when I'm better off just being a "deleter." LOL.
  • Rewriter
    Rewriter Member Posts: 493

    Bea
    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

    Claudia
    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
  • Songflower
    Songflower Member Posts: 608
    Rewriter said:

    Claudia
    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

    Lemons and a good discussion
    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
  • culka
    culka Member Posts: 149 Member

    Lemons and a good discussion
    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

    Soo
    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
    california_artist Member Posts: 816 Member
    culka said:

    Soo
    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.

    jana
    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.
  • culka
    culka Member Posts: 149 Member

    jana
    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.

    Claudia
    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)
  • Rewriter
    Rewriter Member Posts: 493

    jana
    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.

    Green Tea
    Should I be using only sencha or macha green tea? Does putting it on ice make it much less beneficial?
  • culka
    culka Member Posts: 149 Member
    Rewriter said:

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

    Jill
    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.
  • california_artist
    california_artist Member Posts: 816 Member
    Rewriter said:

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

    Jill, re green tea, the anti c book has a chart
    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????
  • Rewriter
    Rewriter Member Posts: 493
    culka said:

    Jill
    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.

    Jana
    and THAT is a valid and hopeful feeling. Thank you.
  • Rewriter
    Rewriter Member Posts: 493

    Jill, re green tea, the anti c book has a chart
    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????

    Good point, Claudia
    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
    california_artist Member Posts: 816 Member
    culka said:

    Jill
    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.

    Jana
    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.
  • california_artist
    california_artist Member Posts: 816 Member
    Rewriter said:

    Good point, Claudia
    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.

    To All
    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?????)
  • Rewriter
    Rewriter Member Posts: 493

    To All
    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?????)

    Wendy Williams
    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?
  • culka
    culka Member Posts: 149 Member

    Jill, re green tea, the anti c book has a chart
    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????

    Hm
    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
    california_artist Member Posts: 816 Member
    Rewriter said:

    Wendy Williams
    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?

    How YOU DOIN'?????? heheheheheheheh
    Frankly, I don't really see the resemblence. Ah, large sorta dark woman and little whitish woman. She must a meant in personality eh???
  • california_artist
    california_artist Member Posts: 816 Member
    culka said:

    Hm
    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.

    Jana
    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???
  • Rewriter
    Rewriter Member Posts: 493

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

    Who knows?
    This friend hasn't seen me in a while. Hehehehe. How YOU doin, huh?
  • Fayard
    Fayard Member Posts: 438
    Rewriter said:

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

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

    Thank you!