|Posted on Sunday, December 03, 2000 - 12:24 pm: |
i have a tumor in my throat that blocks half of my trac--it is where the left tonsil is---they have to do another fine needle aspiration to determine if it cancer--is there a salve or other method to remove it
|Posted on Wednesday, December 13, 2000 - 01:58 am: |
I don't actually know the indications or contraindications for using a salve to treat a growth in the throat. I don't know anyone who has tried. I am very familiar with the use of salves for breast and skin tumors and somewhat conversant with other uses, such as for pancreatic and liver tumors.
As you no doubt know, I wrote a book on this subject, but it doesn't mean I have all the answers. However, you are welcome to visit my web site dealing with salves (http://www.cancersalves.com) and to try working with creative imagination to remove the blockage, saying what you really want to say (getting the lump out of your throat) and letting the energy move.
This said, there is a good chance that there is infection that if resolved might alleviate the pressure. The newest research suggests that infection is often a precursor to growths.
I wish for good news and a happy outcome for you.
|Posted on Friday, October 12, 2001 - 02:44 pm: |
Dear Larry Fry,
I recommend that you plate-zap your throat using Dr Hulda Clark's ingenious zapper and plates. www.drclark.net
|Posted on Sunday, March 10, 2002 - 11:41 pm: |
I am new to this bulletin board and am very interested in any information regarding using the salves for a cancerous tumor in the throat. The tumor is very similar in description to the one Larry has mentioned (I am writing on behalf of my partner, who has the tumor). He has tried Hulda Clark's Parasite Cleanse (twice), uses the Rife zapper, eats a macrobiotic diet, and many other therapies. Still, the tumor has grown and has now spread. We have only just found out about the salves and have just received the Cancersalves book. My partner is so frustrated by everything else having not slowed the tumor growth for very long that he is willing to use the salve on his own topically. I know that you don't "prescribe", but, I think that considering that he's already in great pain, using the salves would be perilous. Do you have any recommendation for the tonics or elixers in regard to slowing or reversing the process of tumors? Is the salve something that might also be taken internally?
As well, I would be interested to hear how Larry has fared. I hope that he has managed to turn this around for himself and is now enjoying a healthy life.
All the Best
|Posted on Tuesday, March 12, 2002 - 11:58 pm: |
There is another bulletin board on:
Most questions similar to this are addressed there, but these sorts of questions are new to kitchendoctor.com.
I have not heard from Larry, but very few people who use these boards check back . . . though there are some regular visitors. Most people seem to come looking for an answer to a particular question.
Lately, I have been hearing a lot of tumors of the throat, tumors of the tonsils, tumors of the the neck. There have always been such and the fact that suddenly people are contacting me about them may or may not mean that the incidence is on the rise, but I get that impression so I am wondering if this has to do with changes in standard procedures for tonsillectomies, changes in dental protocols, changes in exposure to radiation/radioactive materials, etc. I feel I have a need to determine causes before guessing at what might make a difference.
This said, I have personally seen people spit out tumors of the tongue. I vividly remember a doctor sitting in my office and spitting out two tumors, one the size of a lima bean and the other much smaller. He had been doing colonics, some Chinese medicine, and a few detoxifying herbs (this was before we developed our own products.)
My purpose for mentioning this is to bring up the subject of terrain (which is discussed on http://www.cancerchecklist.com) because something supports the growth of tumors and when that something ceases to give this support, the situation will presumably change. In this case, the tumors simply fell out, leaving bloodless holes the way a ripe scab falls off if you don't pick and pull at it.
There are salves that can be used internally, in very, very small amounts and I am currently working on some internal salves that might function this way. We make lots of different cancer tonics, both for animals and people, but without knowing the medical histories and causes, it's hard to know which would be best.
For the record, it is my understanding that malignant cells do not have pain receptors. Ergo, if someone feels pain, it is usually because the tumor is exerting pressure on healthy tissue. One wants to separate the tumor from this tissue, the process referred to as enucleation in the book.
Tumors are sometimes repositories for toxins. I know of tumors in the abdominal and reproductive areas that had excessive amounts of iodine. All my sensors activate when I hear such things because iodine would normally be utilized by the thyroid. Many tumors have excess iron. Once one knows about these things, one can initiate a process for correcting the problems, but without information, it's hit and miss and time is a critical factor.
I would propose spending some time on the cancersalves.com bulletin board and then seeing what your partner think.
|Posted on Monday, March 18, 2002 - 11:30 am: |
Thank you very much! We have much to go on now and will check cancersalves.com for more information.
By the way, I sent you a personal email asking if you know of any naturopathic doctors in the Monterey/Santa Cruz area of California. We do need guidance from a holistic practitioner.
Many thanks again
|Posted on Tuesday, March 25, 2003 - 10:37 pm: |
I have a lump on the left side of my throat it doesn't hurt or anything I was just like taking my pulse one day and it was there. Could it be a tumor or cancer?
|Posted on Wednesday, March 26, 2003 - 01:36 am: |
Oh, this is hard to say. Have you had someone look at it? Wouldn't this be a sensible thing to do? It might ease your anxiety to know what the lump is.
|Posted on Wednesday, March 26, 2003 - 06:18 pm: |
I have a lump on the left side of my troat and it moves around I have one on the other side of my throat but it is a little lower down and not as big. I am i the process of moving and can't get to a dostor. I have no symptoms and feel fine.I just want to know if it is a tumor of cancer? what would be your guess?
|Posted on Tuesday, April 01, 2003 - 11:46 pm: |
I couldn't possibly guess but if it doesn't go away quickly, you should have it professionally evaluated.
|Posted on Saturday, July 31, 2004 - 04:49 am: |
I have a lump on the left side of my throat next to Adam's apple, it moves up and down when i swallow, size 2cm, no pain. What could it be
|Posted on Wednesday, August 25, 2004 - 09:31 am: |
I don't know, but I suggest you get an expert opinion.
|Posted on Sunday, July 24, 2005 - 09:10 pm: |
My doctor found a tumour on the right side of my neck. Among the diagnosis were ?goitre,thyroid,nodules and lastly ca. I'm afraid its ca as my mom had ca of the esofagus and my sis also had ca of the colon.
My appointment is on thursday(28th Jul). Im so afraid...my kids are still young.any advice?
|Posted on Sunday, September 11, 2005 - 11:42 pm: |
this is larry fry --letting u all know that nothing worked and i am now under going chemo(it is stage 4 and stage d--given 1 month to live) --but dr stoner has sent me some blackrasberry powder(the whole rasberry frozen and crushed)--i have no side effects to the chemo and the tumor has dropped 75 percent also im takeing cesium chloride and it is great good luck to all of u and ingrid u got a great site --i have learned a lot--and it has been 7 months since i started chemo--1 more round and then radition.
|Posted on Friday, October 28, 2005 - 12:13 am: |
Dear Larry, I hope all is well. How is your family taking it?
|Posted on Tuesday, November 08, 2005 - 11:34 pm: |
my neck has been bothering me for months now it is very hard to yawn and when i do it constricts my breathing. it feels like a muscle or something i dont know, now currently when i yawn i feel a muscle and i have to move it inorder for me to fully yawn and i get chest pains, and also dizzy ????? I WENT TO THE DOCOTER AND HE TOLD ME TO TAKE ADVIL IT SOUNDS LIKE AN INFLAMATAION!!!! HAS ANYONE HEARD OF THIS , THINK IM GOING TO GO TO THE ER SOON, ITS JUST GETING WORSE, I DONT FEEL A LUMP BUT I CAN MOVE A MUSCLE WHICH SEEMS TO LESSON THE PROBLEM ....???
|Posted on Monday, December 05, 2005 - 12:22 pm: |
mY gran has a lump on the front side of her neck.
i dont know what it is but im a bit scared. she cant feel ANYTHING WHEN SOMEONE TOUCHES IT. she coughs a lot and her head hurts. shes lost a lot of weight. what is it? help!!!!!!!!!!!!