Why he said NO to chemotherapy

I like to listen to Chris Walker and his natural way of discussing his dietary approach and other therapies that make sense. There are a lot of youtube links to him too:

https://thetruthaboutcancer.com/chris-wark-no-chemo-video/?gl=582832834&mpweb=144-1676762-148817373

Advertisements

Optimoxx Detox system has arrived

I was very excited to see that my two Opitmoxx Detox Packages have arrived, a unique detox system that I had ordered from America – and that is now sold out. It comes in two parts: Optimoxx 1 cleans the colon and the lymphatic system (for 2 weeks), then Opitmoxx2 does its job for Liver and Kidney.

When you read the ingredients and the process, the sourcing in pure organic environments, the fermentation, and harmonization that goes into these herbs, seeds, bulbs, leaves and micro organism, it’s no wonder the product is currently not available.

Example: holy basil (anti-fungal and anti-bacterial), parsley (Vit C, B12, K, A, folic acid), psyllium (aids digestion), cardamon, fennel (calming, inhibits growth of viruses, bacteria, fungus), green tea (antioxidant), burdock root (oldest detox remedy), milk thistle, ginger, artichoke leaf, celery seed (alkalizes), broccoli seed (stimulates immune system)…

more here:

Optimoxx Sold Out

Where am I up to with my Cancer Project?

Interestingly I was approached by a couple of people who missed reading my blog, wondering if I am cured or if I died – not that they suggested the latter.

It made me realize that I hadn’t updated my status for a while; I think mainly because I wasn’t sure myself where I’m at. About four weeks ago I ran into my GP (had avoided him as much as the oncologist, which wasn’t fair, as he was really very supportive and a good friend). I had gone to see Ray because Ben wanted to get immunized to go to South America and after seeing Ben, he quickly whisked me into the surgery without an appointment, just for a brief check-up. He thought it definitely isn’t worse, but that it isn’t gone altogether either. He gave me two scripts: one for pathology, one for a CT Scan of my torso – and both scripts valid for 6 months, to be used whenever I’d be ready…which is fair enough.

Not being ready to get any lukewarm news, I still carry them in my handbag and instead of pathology I headed to a naturopath in Mosman for a life-blood analysis. The lovely Indian naturopath who is also a doctor, tested the organs, blood, fatty tissue, connective tissue etc. with a Vega machine and came to the conclusion that there is still heavy metal residue in my body and that the liver, stomach and spleen are working hard at removing the toxic load. The blood moving on the computer screen also showed a sluggish picture of blood cells clogged together and not moving around freely.

Of course Vega machines are as little respected by traditional doctors as anything else I am doing, and of course really poo-pooed by the skeptics. So needless to say, it was perfect for me. (http://www.wholisticresearch.com/info/artshow.php3?artid=80).

I received a few pills and drops, which I took diligently for a month and the change in my blood picture and what the Vega machine spilled out were remarkable. I saw my blood cells move freely and happily – and every organ showed a reading in the normal range. There is now only a residue of heavy metals in the fatty tissues. That happened three days ago and I expect full clearance next time I see him.

In the meantime I am having fun, eating well and receiving as many healings, harmonisations and pampering as I can. Last month it was a beautiful lymphatic drainage massage, and last week – an Aromatherapy-Didgeridoo-Sound Healing .

Every day I’m filled with a sense of awe and gratitude for this journey and for all the wonderful people and experiences it draws into my life.

Kale Cake

This is one of the first recipes I created from scratch, borne out of a desire for a healthy snack. It started off with a Kale Smoothie:

Kale

1 frozen banana

1 cup of coconut water

2-3 tbsp almonds

blended together and to make it a cake, add:

2 tbsp Quinoa flour (or some flax-seed flour…)

cashews

sunflower seeds

+ anything you like or any supplement you want to hide.

I put it into  a shallow dish and baked it at 160 degrees for about 30 min or until the cake is firm. It proved very yummy with

coconut Yoghurt on top, toasted berries and slightly warmed frozen organic berry mix, which had these gorgeous tiny forest strawberries in it… they taste heavenly. Enjoy and create your own!