H 86 Cancer Cure And Alternatives

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randy Says:


Thanks for the info placed on here about H86. One of the cures for cancer that I have been reading on is sodium bicarbonate, that's right, baking soda. Many cancers are of the fungus type. Though red in appearance, they are white as most funguses are. There are many videos on youtube about the use of sodium bicarbonate, one being a cure for cancer. It is worth checking out.



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Harold Says:

Baking soda is a cure for cancer. Cancer can not live in an alkaline environment. The trick is to get the baking soda into the cancer cell which has a protection against it. Cancer cells require 22 times the amount of sugars as normal cells. Originally baking soda was heated with maple syrup 1 part maple syrup 3 parts real maple syrup. This boils over easily so use a double boiler and put 1 or 2 spoons in a glass of water.

Now peanut brittle has about the same as it uses baking soda so it may work as well.

I have improved on the original treatment. I am a old horse trainer and have combined a formula to make it faster and more effective. I have a friend that had terminal cancer, Mr Ruddy. The doctors had given him about a week to live. His liver had a big tumor and had quit working. I jokingly answered what you want is a miracle in a week. Mrs Ruddy said we will pay you any amount; name your price.

I told them I will make you a formula which I want you to soak your feet in 2 X each day for the next week then tell me what the doctor says. Mrs ruddy phoned and said the doctor says they cannot find any cancer. The doctor asked what he had done Mr Ruddy said a friend of mine gave me a horse remedy. The doctor replied do not tell me I do not want to know but keep doing it this was 14 months ago last I heard the doctors involved were going to have a big conference to try and figure out what had happened.

I do not know if anyone reads these blogs. My email is {edited for privacy}.

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