Tag archive for "Essiac Tea"

Detox Your Life, Survivor Stories

Linda’s Survivor Story: Root Canals and Cancer

23 Comments 07 September 2012

My name is Linda, I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in June of 2010 at age 47. I had the surgery and unfortunately I did the chemo. A few months into the chemo I started reading books and changed a lot of things. I finished all but one treatment - I did stop early though because of the things I had learned while reading and researching. I changed my diet to completely vegan, with juicing, I started doing the flax oil and cottage cheese (Budwig Protocol), drinking Essiac Tea, and began seeing a naturopathic doctor who also has medical doctors at his clinic who deal with cancer, and changed my supplements to the best I could buy. But the thing that I think saved my life was having all of my root canals removed...

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Interviews, Survivor Stories

Green Smoothies, Budwig, and Essiac: Cortney’s Lymphoma Survival Story

34 Comments 03 February 2011

In early January I received a message through the blog from a young woman diagnosed with cancer at 26, just like me. She shared a little bit about her survival story and alternative therapy strategy. I thought it was so great that I asked her if she would do an interview. And she said yes! Instead of chemotherapy she decided to make hardcore diet and lifestyle changes along with alternative therapies, and had a huge surprise along the way. I really enjoyed this interview and I know you will too. Very powerful stuff.

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My name is Chris Wark.
I was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer in 2003, at 26 years old.
I had surgery, but refused chemo.
Instead I used nutrition and natural therapies to heal myself.
By the grace of God, I'm alive and kicking, and cancer-free!

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