This is an update for a previous post I did on Certo that hopefully more of you will pay attention to.
there is more amazing news about pectin and more proof that cancer is actually
Anyone with joint pain please read
My dad turned me on to an amazing cure for joint pain.
I have been suffering from chronic pain in my shoulder joints for the better
part of a year. On occasion I also have problems with a knee from a motorcycle
accident in my late 20's.
My father and his wife take a tablespoon of a product called Certo. It is used
in making jams and jellies. It is a liquid fruit pectin.
They have been taking this every day for 20 years and are in their early 70's.
They have no arthritis or any other joint ailments that normally slow down
people in this age category.
I took my dad's advice, being tired of taking 2 aleve twice a day to get rid
of this shoulder pain. I was also using a spray on pain relief that gave
minimal results at best. The very next day after taking this Certo, just one
tablespoon, my shoulder pain dissipated dramatically. I was amazed at how fast
it was working. I was told not to expect any serious results for 4 to 6 weeks.
I saw results in the first week.
Now it is a part of regular routine along with taking my vitamin supplements,
I take a tablespoon of Certo before my evening meal.
I have an occasional flair up after a day of continuous driving and little
rest. For the most part, my should pain, and my knee pain has taken a hike. My
dad warned me that you will start feeling so good, that you will be prone to
forgetting to take the daily dose. He was correct. Don't stray from the
regimen. This stuff is amazing. Do yourself and anyone you know a favor and
hit the store and at least give it a try.
I get a box with two foil packets for under $3 a box. Once I found out the
positive results, I completely cleared a shelf at Wal-mart. The foil packets
can get messy. You cut off a corner and squeeze it into a tablespoon and then
store the remainder in the refrigerator.
I became irritated with the mess my new found friend was making every time I
unwrapped the foil and squeezed some out. This is how I fixed that situation.
I found a clear plastic pump soap dispenser in a grocery store. I took out two
packets of Certo and squeezed the contents into the dispenser. I put the
dispenser into the refrigerator.
Now when I take my daily dose, I simply pump the dispenser about 2 and a half
times for one tablespoon, then return it to the fridge.
I hope this helps some of you out there. If it does please drop me a line and
let me know.
Now here is some updated information about Pectine products. This is not new,
but some of you may not have heard of this yet. It is called MCP or Modified
Studies show that MCP is vital in the treatment of Cancer as in it stops the
spread of cells that break away from the original tumor/s. It actually
surrounds the cell and keeps it from joining with other cells and eventually
Modified Citrus Pectin holds promise against prostate cancer
2. July 2010 08:16
Researchers at Columbia University recently analyzed the positive effects of
Modified Citrus Pectin (MCP) on human and mouse prostate cancer cell lines.
The results, as reported by lead researcher Dr. Aaron Katz in the most recent
publication of Integrative Cancer Therapies, show that MCP inhibits cell
proliferation and induces apoptosis (programmed cell death) in both androgen-
dependent and androgen-independent cancer cells in a time and dose-dependent
manner. "Along with diet, exercise and lifestyle changes, MCP helps my
patients keep the cancer at bay and slows its growth, thereby reducing its
negative impact on their life," says Dr. Geo Espinosa, Director of the
Integrative Urology Center at NYU.
Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in men, and 1 in 6
will get prostate cancer during his lifetime. Dr. Jun Yan, lead author,
explains, "Our findings clearly demonstrate that MCP possesses anti-prostate
cancer properties in both androgen-dependent (hormonal sensitive) and
androgen-independent (hormonal resistant) prostate cancer cells. These results
strongly suggest that MCP can be a promising chemopreventive and therapeutic
agent against this malignancy."
Modified Citrus Pectin is derived from the pith of citrus fruit, and modified
to meet specific molecular chain and weight characteristics. Data suggests
that MCP interferes with the binding properties of cancer cell surface
proteins called galectins.
"Considering the low molecular weight of the MCP used in the study," Dr. Yan
continues, "we speculate that this new MCP will be more readily absorbed in
the human body, which means that the relative concentration reaching the
prostate gland will be greater. Therefore, taking this MCP may be an excellent
way to prevent prostate cancer, given that prostate cancer is regarded as a
preventable cancer. Moreover, this MCP may be an effective adjuvant medicine
for cancer therapy."
Rich in a polysaccharide component called galactosyl, MCP binds to galectin
proteins and prevents cancerous cells from adhering to each other and to the
inner wall of blood vessels, thereby inhibiting both tumor growth and
angiogenesis. This study supports the results of previous research on MCP,
which demonstrated clinical benefit in patients with advanced solid tumors, as
well as its ability to lengthen PSA doubling time in men with recurrent
prostate cancer. It also showed ability to induce apoptosis through the
inhibition of the MAPK signal pathway and activation of Caspase-3.
Dr. Isaac Eliaz (www.dreliaz.org), whom the study authors acknowledge for his
development of the Modified Citrus Pectin used in their most recent analysis,
notes the importance of this new research, saying, "Androgen-dependent
prostate cancer is the more common type of prostate cancer, and the one more
often found in localized and less aggressive disease. What is most
significant is the ability of this specific type of MCP to induce apoptosis in
androgen-independent prostate cancer cell lines, which is the more aggressive
cancer that can metastasize and lead to death. Slowing down the progression of
this cancer has a direct effect on prolonging the life of these individuals."
"The anti-metastatic role of MCP is well established," continues Dr. Eliaz.
"The fact that it can have a direct effect on the cancer itself makes it
important in prevention, in early stage prostate cancer (which is usually
hormonal sensitive-androgen dependent), and in later stage advanced prostate
cancer. Its safety and the fact that it doesn't work via hormonal induced
mechanisms of action makes it an excellent agent to be used in conjunction
with other therapies."
Ongoing research on this MCP in prostate as well as breast cancer continues to
show encouraging results, and additional studies are forthcoming.
"It's not a cure," Dr. Geo Espinosa explains, "but MCP has helped produce
qualitative results for my patients, and as a direction, it is worth pursuing
more research to see what else nature can provide to help us defeat cancer
SOURCE Better Health Publishing
These same results are showing up in Melanoma and Colon cancer patients.
Melanoma is considered to be the most aggressive type of cancer in our society
today. MCP is shown to stop cancer cells from spreading to other organs in the
body, complicating treatment.
Something that still irritates me in the battle against Cancer is that people
believe that doses of radiation that actually destroys the immune system
leaving the body more vulnerable to the Cancer Virus will some how magically
cure the very disease it can cause.
On the topic of Cancer cures and treatment, there is a product out there that
has been proven beyond a shadow of all doubt to cure Cancer. It is called
Essiac. I am going to give you links to the information and the story of a
R.N. named Rene Caisse of Canada that handed out this cure for free to her
patients. A treatment that she acquired from the native Canadian Ojibway
Indians. Here is a small excerpt:
Many believe Rene Caisse (pronounced "reen case") is one of the greater
heroines of the past century.
This modest Canadian nurse discovered a natural herbal forumla she took no
money for it and died in relative obscurity.
Rene didn't feel herself a writer so she never wrote an autobiography. She
did, however, write a series of articles entitled "I Was Canada's Cancer
Nurse" which was published in the seventies with Bracebridge Examiner.
Additionally, a collection of her writing and interviews was published
posthumously in the Bracebridge Examiner.
She wrote a brief biography of her family and their settlement in Bracebridge,
which you can read in her own words (click here).
A Great Discovery
In the 1920s Rene encountered a prospector's wife who survived breast cancer.
She tells it here in her own words (click here).
It Looked Encouraging
The initial use of Essiac was encouraging, so much so that a group of doctors
assisted her in setting up a test lab and clinic in Toronto. She tells it
again here in her own words (click here).
The Bracebridge Clinic
She was invited by the Bracebridge Town Council to open her clinic in the old
British Lion Hotel. Her lease payment, as stipulated by the Council, was $1
per month. It was here she ran her clinic from 1934 to 1942. She tells us in
her own words (click here).
Challenging the Establishment
Even before she opened the clinic, the medical establishment viewed her with
skepticism. With the clinic now open, the full weight of the establishment
unrelentingly bore down on her for years to come. Her own words: click here.
A Requiem for Rene
Rene Caisse passed from this world on the day after Christmas, 1978, at 90
years of age. This obituary was published for her in the Bracebridge Examiner,
click here to view.
To read more of this amazing womans life and her cure for cancer:
If you insist on using radiation as a cure for cancer, then you should know
about this treatment:
UBIT or Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation
This therapy has many names: Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation,
Photoluminescence, Hematologic Oxidative Therapy, etc., and was first
introduced in the 1930’s to combat the polio virus.
The first person to experiment with this approach was K. Naswitis, who
directly treated the blood with UV through a shunt in 1922. Beginning in
1923, Seattle scientist Emmet Knott, D.Sc., sought to harness in an
extracorporeal way the known bactericidal property of ultraviolet rays
in order to treat infectious diseases of the blood. Knott built an
apparatus that would remove blood from the body through a tube, citrate
it to avoid coagulation, expose it in a small chamber to calibrate UV,
and then pump it through a tube back into the body.
The first treatment of a human occurred in 1928. The
patient was a dying woman following a septic abortion complicated by
hemolytic streptococcus septicemia. Treatment with UBT returned her to
normal health. Indicative of the caution with which Knott and his
medical collaborators worked, there was no further treatment of a human
subject until 1933 when the device cured a patient with advanced
hemolytic streptococcus septicemia. The UBT device then began to be used
with some frequency on patients with severe septicemia and subsequently
on patients with viral pneumonia.
By the 1940s several dozen physicians were regularly
using Knott’s device according to the technique established by Knott.
They treated bacterial infections, pneumonia, poliomyelitis, botulism,
non-healing wounds, encephalitis, peritonitis, asthma, pelvic
inflammatory disease, biliary disease, hepatitis, and many other
infectious, inflammatory, and autoimmune disorders. Surgeons were
particularly interested in the use of UBT pre- and post-operationally to
treat infections, and The American Journal of Surgery ran many articles
on UBT therapy.
The results of the treatment included: inactivation
of toxins, destruction and inhibition of growth of bacteria, increase in
the oxygen-combining power of the blood and oxygen transportation to
organs, activation of steroid hormones, vasodilation, activation of
white blood cells, stimulation of cellular and humoral immunity,
stimulation of fibrinolysis, decreased viscosity of blood, improved
microcirculation, stimulation of corticosteroid production, and
decreased platelet aggregation.
In Germany practitioners persisted in using UBT. By
the 1980s, UBT had become popular among East German and Russian
physicians. In the 1990s, Russian physicians began to use low-intensity
lasers to treat the blood through a fiber inserted into a vein with an
IV needle (LBT). Now interest in BT has spread to the United States. The
rise of multidrug resistance of strains of bacteria, concerns over the
side effects of drugs, efforts to control costs, and the HIV epidemic
has led medical researchers and physicians seek to combat infectious and
autoimmune diseases with innovative approaches such as BT.
The truth is, there is no money in the cure for Cancer. Too many people believe
their doctor has their best interest at heart. Pretty much how some people
view our nations body of govt. The truth is, as long as the disease and
research remain, there is money to be made. Millions upon millions of dollars
are donated to Cancer foundations each year. Where exactly is that money
going, if cures are already available? Think about it.
Seek the truth, or remain a victim.