conventional medicine continues to dismiss laetrile therapy as quackery but my sister swears by it. in her latest blogpost Cassava: The Local Laetrile she tells her stories of how even terminal cancer patients who can’t afford laetrile have been helped by the vitB17-rich kamoteng kahoy. chewed raw in small quantities for the juice, or mashed and used as poultice, this lowly root relieves pain and even closes oozing ulcers.
G. Edward Griffin marshals the evidence that – like scurvy or pellagra – aggravated by the lack of an essential food compound in modern man’s diet. That substance is vitamin B17. In its purified form developed for cancer therapy, it is known as Laetrile.
the good news is, laetrile is available in the philippines.
check out nancy’s niche, my sister’s new blog. nancy is the nurse of the family and she’s been an advocate of a natural nontoxic therapy for cancer ever since our mom survived stage IV breast cancer back in the 70s. of course medical skeptics say it was a fluke. the religious think it was a miracle, nadaan sa dasal. like nancy i believe it was (1) the change in diet, (2) the meds that included laetrile (vitamin b17), and also (3) the stress relief — my older sibs started helping deal with the family’s agrarian concerns, and mama went back to playing the piano.