Alan’s experience with methyl jasmonate
Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on September 29, 2008
In June my wife was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. The cancer had
> spread to her adrenal gland, liver and brain by the time it was
> discovered. She immediately started radiation treatments and was
> preparing to start chemotherapy. In July after her last radiation
> treatment she developed pneumonia, spent 7 days in ICU and was
> virtually given up on by the Dr’s. She fought through and surprised us
> all. She was too weak to start the chemo. In August she started
> swelling to the point that fluid was oozing from her skin, her primary
> physician started her on lasix and potassium for the swelling, her
> potassium levels still dropped and she had to be readmitted to ICU to
> get her potassium back up. She had 1100 ml of fluid drained from her
> lung. 10 days later (September) she had to have more fluid drained
> from her lung, this time 1600 ml was removed, the Dr’s told me there
> was nothing more they could do and sent her home under Hospice care.
> September 18 I gave her her first treatment of Methyl Jasmonate using
> a Vick’s Personal with 2 ml of MJ, Prior to the
> treatments she had very labored breathing, especially when she was
> sleeping and also had (4 to 5 second pauses between
> September 20 I started noticing an improvement in her breathing, she
> still had the apnea but she was no longer struggling to breath.
> September 21 I noticed the swelling was reducing.
> September 22 I stopped giving her Lasix, swelling still reducing.
> September 24 I gave her her second treatment of MJ. Swelling is still
> reducing and almost completely gone.
> September 25 I watched her sleeping, her breathing is the best it has
> been in over 2 years and NO sleep apnea! Swelling is gone!
> After only 2 treatments of MJ we are very optimistic. I wish I had
> found out about MJ when she was first diagnosed, I highly recommend MJ
> to anyone. I will try to update the progress as we continue the
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