Natural Allopathic Medicine
Natural Allopathic Medicine has a potent protocol for breast cancer. I am almost finished with Surviving Breast Cancer and feel compelled to share an important chapter. The Natural Allopathic protocol shines in terms of breast care because so much of its delivery system is transdermal. There are many non-toxic medicinals that can be applied transdermally to the breasts to help them recover from cancer and any other breast disease. Because the breasts are exposed and covered with an ample expanse of skin they are directly accessible in terms of intensive topical/transdermal cancer treatments with safe effective medicines, something that is virtually unknown to contemporary oncologists.
Breast cancer confronts women with the deepest issues of vulnerability and womanhood. There is no cure for breast cancer from the orthodox oncology point of view. “This is the road map for how we might cure breast cancer in the future,” said Dr. Matthew Ellis of Washington University. The New York Times published a piece about a new study that was, according to Ellis, “fundamentally reshaping the scientific understanding of breast cancer.” So far they have not understood or cured this disease that kills 35,000 American women each and every year.
Researchers and patient advocates are still cautioning that it will take years to translate recent insights into transformative new treatments. Women fortunately do not have to wait till they lose their breasts and then their lives for a breast cancer cure. There is a cure for breast cancer if one is willing to bring together an understanding of the body, breasts, toxins, emotional feelings, issues of womanhood including sexuality and nutrition that come together to create the condition of breast cancer.
The secret to the Natural Allopathic approach is its use of emergency room and intensive care type medicinals that are strong, safe, effective, quick acting and easy to administer. We can apply a flood of love to the breasts starting in the form of daily magnesium breast massages, covering the breasts (and the rest of the body (with magnesium chloride (oil) and then massage the oil or magnesium gel lovingly and tenderly into the breast tissues.
One of the main sections of my book on breast cancer is about the psychology of touch and therapeutic healing touch because this type of care and attention will get a woman everywhere she wants to go in terms of healing her breasts.
After that the next treatment of the day arrives with iodine and the painting of the breasts with this vital mineral that all by itself has the power to conquer cancer. The iodine will also be taken orally in high dosages for a breast cancer treatment that is fundamental to breast health and recovery. This type of transdermal iodine treatment is affective for all skin cancers and anywhere internal cancers come to the surface to expose themselves. Lugol’s or Nascent iodine can be used.
Iodine sprayed on the mucous lining of a woman’s vagina will be absorbed and will soften her breasts in a matter of five minutes, while at the same time it relieves the tension and irritability of intestinal musculature. - Dr. John Myers
Dr. Tullio Simoncini states, “Every tumour of the skin can be completely removed with iodine tincture 7%, brushed many times (10-20) once a day. When the crust is formed, don’t take it away, but treat the area continuously and wait until it falls without any other intervention except the iodine tincture. When the crust falls down the third time, the patient is healed.”
Though caution is always necessary, because iodine can be very caustic on the skin sometimes, we can use transdermal iodine to directly saturate breast tissue with this strong mineral that breast tissues are usually hungry for. What Simoncini never recognized was that we also can saturate the tissues from within with the oral intake of iodine at high enough levels to beat back cancer and the common accompanying infections.
After the iodine dries, the woman or her attending companion or nurse would tenderly apply a topical cannabinoid cream (regular medical marijuana or CBD which is without THC) to the breasts, thus soaking them with all of marijuana’s anti-cancer effects.
I have been using this Hemp Oil Balm myself and I am going to be ordering more to make sure I always have plenty on hand. For me it wiped out a fungus growing between my toes and I have been fighting that one forever. My daughter had a strange skin blotch near her mouth that was not healing and this did the trick. And my five-year-old has a funny spot on his head where his hair is not growing and I am applying this salve there. This takes the medical marijuana story to a new level. There is nothing about getting high on this product, just a truly good and new way to practice cannabinoid medicine transdermally.
Applying Far-Infrared Heat
Somewhere in between these therapies a woman would expose her breasts to heat through sauna or infrared mats (BioMat), and/or she can alternately take hot baths loaded with sodium bicarbonate and magnesium chloride. The more times a day one can apply magnesium chloride (magnesium oil) to the breasts the better. Added to this end of treatment would be exposure to the light of the sun or to healing light devices that bring another type of necessary healing to the breasts.
So far we have exposed the breasts to magnesium chloride, iodine, sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) as well as cannabinoids. Next on the list is something new to the cancer world, topical selenium treatments, and these treatments would be supported by high dosages of oral selenium. This is cutting-edge oncology for breast cancer patients. Few people know or understand the potential of selenium in cancer treatment. Few doctors know that selenium is also injectable or administered easily intravenously as is in emergency room situations.
One of the most exciting aspects of Natural Allopathic breast treatment is a new product that contains melatonin for topical use and this would be ideal for topical application on the breasts and the rest of the body in measured doses.
Melatonin is a hormone secreted by the pineal gland in the brain and is very much wrapped up with our exposure and reaction to light. It helps regulate other hormones and maintains the body’s circadian rhythm. Melatonin also helps control the timing and release of female reproductive hormones. It helps determine when a woman starts to menstruate, the frequency and duration of menstrual cycles, and when a woman stops menstruating (menopause).
One of melatonin’s roles is to counteract the effect of stress on the immune system, whether that stress is caused by viral infiltration, emotional stress, drug-induced immunosuppression, or aging. Melatonin is neuro-protection in cerebral ischemia, it promotes a strong immune system and good sleeping patterns. Melatonin maintains glutathione homeostasis in induced mitochondrial oxidative stress. It has anti-inflammatory, immune-regulatory, and analgesic actions promoting strong immune system function.
Numerous studies have established melatonin as an effective anti-cancer treatment. It inhibits cancer cell growth and proliferation; it destroys cancer cells, stops angiogenesis (new tumor blood vessel growth), and prevents harmful forms of estrogen from stimulating cancer cell growth. Dr. Julie Chen writes, “There was a meta-analysis of randomized, controlled trials using melatonin as adjuvant therapy or alone for cancer patients, and researchers found that there was a 34% relative risk reduction in death in the melatonin user group. Another study looked at patients who had advanced cancer in the breast, lung, gastrointestinal tract, head or neck. When given chemotherapy either alone or with 20 mg/day of melatonin, there was a reduction in side effects of low platelet count, fatigue, mouth sores, heart complications, and neurotoxicity in the melatonin group, and higher rate of survival.”
Ancient Minerals magnesium lotion Goodnight is a quick absorbing emulsion containing 25mg magnesium w/ 3mg melatonin per ml. Melatonin is a ubiquitous, broad-spectrum antioxidant in the body promoting more restful sleep. However, oral supplementation of melatonin is not without its drawbacks due to its rapid clearance by the liver (roughly 85% first pass liver degradation). However, research has shown the skin to be a much more efficient pathway for melatonin uptake—and, transdermal delivery, particularly in a lipid base, allows for a slower absorption of melatonin into circulation (i.e. natural time release).
For the use of natural hormones I highly recommend:
Clay & Detoxification of Tissues
To finish off the round of transdermal treatments, a woman can make clay pack and sleep with the clay or alternatively do a clay pack and go out into the sun and then sauna. Clay will draw all the poisons out of the breast tissues.
Recent medical studies suggest that the biggest surprise about breast cancers involves the deepest layer of the skin. This type of cancer resembles ovarian cancer and a type of lung cancer. “It’s incredible,” said Dr. James Ingle of the Mayo Clinic, one of the study’s 348 authors, of the ovarian cancer connection. “It raises the possibility that there may be a common cause.”
Drs. James H. Stephenson and William J. Grace of New York Hospital compared 100 women with cancer of the cervix and 100 with cancer not involving the reproductive system. They found that sexual adjustment among the cervix cancer victims had been poor long before they developed the disease: They had had less intercourse than the others and rarely enjoyed orgasm. In many cases there was actual aversion for the sexual act.
In The Breast Journal, an Essay on Sexual Frustration as the Cause of Breast Cancer in Women: How Correlations and Cultural Blind Spots Conceal Causal Effects has as its main thesis that breast cancer is essentially caused by sexual frustration and dissatisfaction. These are not the common causes that the Mayo Clinic had in mind.
We already know that depressed people suffer higher rates of cancer for they die more frequently from it than their happier peers. This is just basic commonsense backed by clinical reality. One large-scale study among approximately 2,000 middle-aged male employees of the Western Electric Company reported that those individuals who were more depressed were 2.3 times as likely to die of cancer during the following 17 years than their non-depressed counterparts.
Whatever Combats Stress Combats Cancer
Women with advanced breast cancer who have abnormal daytime levels of cortisol, a hormone released in response to stress, are significantly more likely to die sooner than patients with normal levels of the hormone, Stanford University researchers reported back in 2000. The researchers also found that women with these abnormal cortisol levels had fewer immune system cells known as natural killer cells, and this reduced immunity was associated with higher mortality. Dr. David Spiegel, MD, Stanford professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences said, “We found that patients who had abnormal cortisol patterns died significantly sooner.”
Medicine recognizes that breast cancer patients with a history of traumatic or stressful life events have a two-fold increased risk of recurrence. Patients reporting one or more traumatic or stressful events had a median disease-free interval of 31 months compared with 62 months for patients with no such events, Oxana Palesh, Ph.D., of the University of Rochester, and colleagues reported in the Journal of Psychosomatic Research in 2007.
“Extended periods of stress and trauma and its resulting cortisol production may interfere with the body’s ability to fight off cancer progression,” said Dr. Palesh. “When there is consistent, long-term stress in the body, the elevated cortisol level may change the body’s normal rhythms and potentially reduce resistance to tumor growth.”
The incidence of cancer rises and falls with severe stress. Thus cancer might disappear without any form of medical intervention when stress issues are resolved. One in five breast cancer tumors do regress without treatment. Researchers screening women who had a history of regular mammograms and those who did not report that those in the first group were diagnosed with 22% more breast cancers, implying that such a percentage of cancers would have eventually gone away on their own. The study opens up a controversial debate on whether early and aggressive treatment of breast cancer is always the best procedure.
A paper in the Journal of the American Medical Association noted that many small tumors would not be a problem if they were left alone, i.e., undiscovered by screening. Many tumors are destined to stop growing, to shrink and even disappear completely. “The old view is that cancer is a linear process,” said Dr. Barnett Kramer, associate director for disease prevention at the National Institutes of Health. “A cell acquired a mutation, and little by little it acquired more and more mutations. Mutations are not supposed to revert spontaneously.”
Dr. Kramer said it is becoming increasingly clear that cancers require more than mutations to progress. “They need the cooperation of surrounding cells and even the whole organism, the person, whose immune system or hormone levels, for example, can either squelch or fuel a tumor.”
Disappearing tumors are well known in testicular cancer. Dr. Jonathan Epstein at Johns Hopkins says it happens. Though testicular cancer is unusual, there is growing evidence that cancers can go backward or stop, and researchers are being forced to reassess their notions of what cancer is and how it develops.
Cancer cells and precancerous cells are so common that nearly everyone by middle age or old age is riddled with them, said Dr. Thea Tlsty, a professor of pathology at the University of California, San Francisco. That was discovered in autopsy studies of people who died of other causes, with no idea that they had cancer cells or precancerous cells. They did not have large tumors or symptoms of cancer. “The really interesting question,” Dr. Tlsty said, “is not so much why do we get cancer as why don’t we get cancer?”
Medical professionals have failed to understand and explain to the general public what is really going on in people’s bodies when they get cancer. The breasts are vulnerable to cancer and yeast and fungal infections for many reasons, one of which is the hotter and damper environments women’s bras create.
Any time acid conditions gather there is less oxygen provided for heart, brain, kidneys, liver, and other vital organs including the breasts. Reduced cellular oxygenation leads to anaerobic mitochondrial metabolism, elevated lactic acid values, formation of free radicals, and cell acidosis or lowered pH and cell voltage in the cells.
Acid diet, emotions, stress and heavy metals, chemical poisoning and radiation exposure all create conditions where we begin to breathe too fast driving down oxygen levels creating the conditions for cancer cells to flourish.
 “For epithileomas, basaliomas and melanomas, the treatment to choose is iodine solution at seven percent, as it is capable of precipitating the proteins of the body of the fungus and destroying them completely in a short time. If the lesions are fairly small, they must be painted with the solution 10-20-30 times twice a day for five days and then once for another ten days so that they become very dark. When the eschar is formed and it is higher than the epidermic plane, it is necessary to continue to paint under and above it, even if at first a strong pain is sensed.”
 Life Stress and Cancer of the Cervix. JAMES H. STEPHENSON, M.D., and WILLIAM J. GRACE, M.D.
 Stress, Emotions, and Câncer. University of Iowa.