September 9th – September 13th marks National Health Observance of Ovarian Cancer Awareness week.
Ovarian cancer is a term for a variety of cancers that originate in the ovary. There are about 20 microscopically distinct types currently known to science. Ovarian cancer is difficult to detect in the very early stages. Ovarian cancer is often easy to treat in its beginning stages.
Surgery is the usual treatment. Cancer does sometimes re-occur. Cancer may spread to other parts of the body. ABM stimulates lymphocyte T-cell and Helper T-cell production. The polysaccharide contained in ABM stimulates production of interferon and interleukin that indirectly function to destroy and prevent the proliferation of cancer cells. ABM turned out to be a very powerful antiviral agent preventing viruses from entering tissues.
ALL TREATMENT SHOULD BE FIRST DISCUSSED, REVIEWED, AND ORDERED BY YOUR PRIMARY CARE HEALTH PROVIDER
Bindweed (Convolulus arvensis)
Binweed is available in capsules and tincture forms. Bindweed is a potent angiogenesis inhibitor for all forms of cancer, including ovarian cancer. Bindweed is a common garden weed. There is documentation of a woman who stated that after she used Bindweed for 1 year, her abdomen returned to a normal size. Asymptomatic, she returned to her physician, who after many tests pronounced her cancer-free.
Selenium (in the form methylselenocysteine)
Selenium is a powerful cancer fighter that protects the liver and is essential for proper iodine utilization. Studies show most women who get ovarian cancer are deficient in selenium, The generally recommended dose without medical supervision is 200 to 400 mcg daily. Nutritionally-oriented physicians may use as much as 900 to 2,000 mcg selenium from methylselenocysteine daily as part of a comprehensive cancer treatment regimen.
Vitamin K (Best when taken in the natural form Vitamin K1)
Vitamin K is found in many foods. Leafy, dark green and deep yellow vegetables are the best sources. Tests have shown that Vitamin K can stop and sometimes shrink tumor growths in many forms of cancer, including breast, ovary, colon, stomach and kidney as well as primary and squamous cell carcinomas of the lungs. Vitamin K causes ovarian cancer cells to self destruct when used in a combination with high dosages of Vitamin C. The generally recommended dose amounts for adult women are 35 mg or more along with 3000 mg or more of vitamin C in divided doses.
Important Note: Since Vitamin K is a blood clotting agent. Any person taking blood thinners such as Warfarin (Coumadin) or otherwise and have issues with blood circulation, or about blood clotting should not supplement with Vitamin K without consulting a medical professional.
Increases production of immune-system chemical interleukin-2 (IL -2), which fights cancer and the human papilloma virus (HPV). Activates gene pS3. The generally recommended dose is 500-1,000 mg 3 times daily.
Green tea Catechin Extract
Deactivates plasmin, which helps tumors spread. The generally recommended dose is 250-500 mg daily.
Tumeric (found in the common spice Curcumin) has been shown to be effective against a wide variety of cancers, including ovarian cancer. Among many anti-cancer benefits, it activates gene p53 and prevents inflammation. To fight cancer, 2500 to 3000 mg per day is recommended, divided into two to three doses and taken either with meals or with bromelain as described below. To help with absorption, take with 10 mg of bioperine or else with coconut oil and a bit of ground black pepper.
* ALL TREATMENT SHOULD BE FIRST DISCUSSED AND ORDERED BY YOUR PRIMARY CARE HEALTH PROVIDER*