and Thermal Therapy.
Whilst researching, we
discovered an interesting article on Webmd.com.
Apparently only about 25% of men with prostate
cancer opt for invasive procedures or radiation,
whilst others prefer to try hormone therapy.
So what is the answer for all the men that want
In May 2000 a German researcher reported that an
experimental technique was used on 440 patients
using "a probe inserted into the rectum so cancer
cells in the nearby prostate gland may be heated
and killed with ultrasound".
The report goes on to say "A recent study showed
nearly 80% of the 440 men treated had a
cancer-free follow-up test, or biopsy. Nearly all
had a clear biopsy after a second treatment of
high intensity focused ultrasound, or HIFU." - Source:
What is so interesting is that whilst the protocol
itself is rather crude, the heating protocol was
successful, which is not surprising as it is
scientifically proven that heating up cancer cells
Evidence of this is supported by numerous global
resources and medical research including
PubMed.com and The National Cancer Institute (NCI)
- the U.S. government’s principal agency for
cancer research. The NCI Fact Sheet states:
- also called thermal therapy or thermotherapy -
is a form of heat therapy in which body tissue is
exposed to high temperatures (up to 113°F).
Research has shown that high temperatures can
damage and kill cancer cells, usually with minimal
injury to normal tissues 1) By killing cancer
cells and damaging proteins and structures within
cells 2) Hyperthermia may shrink tumors."
The entire NCY fact sheet on hyperthermia
may be read here:
Consult with your health practitioner for
guidance regarding thermal therapy if considering
FYI: Thermal Therapy /
Hyperthermia is an ancient form of healing
more commonly recognized as heat therapy, which is
normally, safely, and comfortably, generated by
Far Infrared (FIR). FIR works best when positioned
close to the body, the heat penetrating 2" or so,
working from the inside out of the cells, to
combat and terminate cancer.
FYI Men Only:
1) What is PSA: The
prostate gland produces a substance called PSA
(prostate specific antigen). A small amount of
PSA can be found in blood, but it is mostly
found in semen. PSA is measured by nanograms
per millimeter of blood. Most men have under 4
nanograms. Anything above 4 may indicate a
problem. - Source: About.com
Do NOT carry your cell phone in your pocket!
radiation has proven to cause prostate
cancer and sterility.
A disciplined anti-cancer
diet is very important - sugar must
be eliminated. The focus
is on alkaline food foods and beverages.
Dairy products should be avoided.
There is now plenty of scientific evidence
that excessive calcium intake increases
the chance of metastatic prostate cancer.
1998, Harvard researchers published a
study of dairy product intake among 526
men diagnosed with prostate cancer and 536
similar men not diagnosed with the
disease. That study found a 50% increase
in prostate cancer risk and a near
doubling of risk of metastatic prostate
cancer among men consuming high amounts of
dairy products, likely due, say the
researchers, to the high total amount of
calcium in such a diet. A Harvard study on
the topic, published in October 2001,
looked at dairy product intake among
20,885 men and found men consuming the
most dairy products had about 32% higher
risk of developing prostate cancer than
those consuming the least.
Chili Peppers are reported to cause
cancer cells to commit suicide - problem is
they are VERY hot!
Flower Pollen and Curcumin
(tumeric) have shown to be
"Studies to support these
claims have been conducted throughout the
world for nearly 40 years, and the overall
success rate seen in patients with BPH
(benign prostatic hyperplasia), is about 70
Graminex has the best flower
pollen extract products - watch the video:
Vitamin D: Some studies have found
that men with high levels of vitamin D
appear to have a lower chance of developing
advanced prostate cancer. Since Vitamin D is
radiated from the sun, get out your speedo
and go have some fun! - Source: A
study published May 1 2014
in the journal Clinical Cancer Research.
Pomegranate Juice and the Prostate:
choices you make today,
decide your tomorrow's.
therapy for home or professional use.
infrared thermal (heat) therapy, has a
positive, non-toxic, non-invasive effect
on the body, supporting, promoting and
maintaining natural health and wellness.
health, It is important to keep in mind
that every persons body, diet,
environmental toxins, and emotional state
is uniquely different, and we all have
very individualized lifestyle and karma.
Therefore, each person has different
issues to examine and release, besides
applying natural healing tools.