By: Leslee Dru Browning
Dear Cidpusa readers,
Today we bring you a powerful anti-cancer recipe from an article written by Leslee Dru Browning, a 6th-generation herbalist. This article reveals the recipe ingredients and step-by-step process for making a "blood tonic" that, in my opinion, works as potent anti-cancer medicine. (I consider it "natural chemotherapy.")
If you can't find the time to actually make this yourself, the closest product I know of that's available for sale is called "Blood Support" from Jon Barron's Baseline of Health
Key concepts: cancer, herbs and water.
Browning's Blended Spirits is a blood tonic I formulated years ago for an 80 year old man who had been diagnosed with Invasive Bladder Cancer that had spread to his lymph. During surgery it was found that his tumor had grown outside the wall of the bladder and the surgeon was unable to remove it all. He refused chemotherapy and radiation treatments and was given only 3-6 months to live. His family called me to see if I could help him. After hearing his case I couldnít recommend herbal capsules because he had difficulty swallowing so I made him this blood tonic. Also included in his treatment was a Bladder and Kidney tonic along with diet changes.
His cancer was eliminated in 6 months and was verified by a cat scan his doctor did in the hospital. The doctors were mystified when they could not find any cancer in his body, yet they never asked what he did to eliminate his cancer. That alone suggested that his doctors not only didnít care how he healed himself; but that his doctors werenít the least bit curious about alternative medicine and how they might learn from his recovery. The gentleman is no longer living, but he did not die of cancer. He died of old age from natural causes. I continued to use this blood tonic recipe for several types of cancer and bacterial illnesses in my practice up until the day I retired.
About the Ingredients:
What ingredients you will need make the tonic:
3oz each of the following dried herbs:
Anise seed (pimpinella anisum)
Blue violet (viola odorata)
Burdock root (arctium lappa)
Chaparral (larrea tridentate)
Dandelion root (taraxacum officinale),
Fennel (foeniculum vulgare),
Licorice root (glycyrrhiza glabra),
Oregon grape (mahonia aquifolium),
Poke root (phytolacca Americana),
Red clover (trifolium pretense)
Yellow dock root (rumex crispus).
40 oz of Honey or Black Strap Molasses, your choice.
16 oz of Vegetable glycerin.
4 Tablespoons of Citric acid which can be found in health food stores or from herb companies on-line.
5 gallons of distilled water
Purchase the whole herb (cut root and cut leaf) instead of the powdered herb if you can. The reason for this is two-fold. First, the powder absorbs more water leaving you with less liquid; second, the powder takes longer and is harder to strain. I purchase most of my dried herbs from Mountain Rose Herbs. Their herbs are processed and handled according to strict organic standards and they will sell individual herbs in a 4oz quantity so you will not have to purchase a full pound. I am sure there are many other herb companyís and health food stores that carry the herbs you will need. Just make sure they are organic.
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