Pawpaw and cancer – a suggestion
Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on May 1, 2008
This is from an email by Eliot:
In case some members are not familiar with the supplement “paw paw,”
it is an extract of the paw paw plant that definitely stops cancer
growth in a significant number of people who take it.
I was in
70 interested people about how I have lived successfully with a
diagnosis of Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma for 19 years. Two other people
also spoke—Thomas Easely, an herbalist, and Dr. Jerry McLaughlin,
the inventor of Nature’s Sunshine Paw Paw extract.
I learned, from both the herbalist and from Dr. McLaughlin that one
does not necessarily have to stop at a dosage of 4 capsules a day,
which is the maximum dosage listed on the bottle. Thomas Easely said
he has taken some of his clients up, a capsule at a time, to as high
as 20 capsules a day! Dr. McLaughlin concurred, saying that some
people, such as myself, who do not respond to 4 capsules a day, can
respond, though not always, to higher doses.
The thing is that it’s difficult to impossible to do oneself harm by
increasing from 4 capsules a day to 5, then 6, then 7, and so on,
because all that will happen when one goes past one’s maximum dose is
that one will become nauseous and will vomit, and about a half-hour
later will feel okay.
Thomas Easely reported that he has had come very good success
treating clients of his with Paw Paw—he mentioned several people
who went into remission by taking the extract.
Note: The Cancer Survivor’s Bible (2012) is now available – see www.fightingcancer.com
“This is, from now on, my primary encyclopaedia when I have a question about cancer and its treatment.” – Bill Henderson.”