Chemotherapy is prescribed by Western doctors to treat most cancers, but even the doctors are careful not to describe it as a cure. In fact, Chemotherapy breaks down the immune system. It pollutes your blood and taxes your liver. It can’t tell the difference between cancer cells and healthy cells. The result is that your entire life system is compromised and permanent damage can be caused to other vital organ systems.
In some cases, secondary cancer can arise. Chemotherapy is carcinogenic, meaning the treatment can cause cancer. It negatively impacts healthy cells ability to divide and recover, creating an environment that’s ripe for cancer cells to develop.
The side effects are extreme, and you’ll want to investigate options for alleviating the side effects if you decide to use chemotherapy in cancer treatment.
Other chemotherapy side-effects include:
- Early menopause in women
- Heart damage
- Nerve damage
- Lung damage
- Sensory damage
Healing From Chemotherapy Treatments
Great herbs that can help cleanse the body of chemotherapy include Chaparral, Mitake and Shitake mushroom; Goldenseal, Echinacea, Burdock Root, Dandelion Root, Yellow Dock Root, and Carbon (activated charcoal).
Herbs that boost the immune system include Goldenseal Root, Echinacea Root, Astragalus, Cat’s Claw, Pau D’Arco (La Pacho), Ginseng, and Suma.
The water of choice for removing chemotherapy out of the body is distilled water.
An elixir made of distilled water and Smoky Quartz crystal may also prove helpful and effective in recovering from and eliminating chemotherapy from the body. Smoky Quartz is the best crystal to use when healing from chemotherapy and/or radiation treatments.
Drinking vegetable juice (that contains parsley, spinach, and cilantro among other vegetables) daily will also help healing from chemotherapy treatment.
Enemas (especially coffee enemas) and colonics will also help to cleanse the body of chemotherapy.
Lastly, make sure to bathe daily in hot water and sea salt (about 3-6 boxes per bath).
Dherbs.com products recommended for post-chemotherapy treatment include:
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