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Kurasawa Kocktail: Comprehensive any Cancer Protocol -- edited
 
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Kurasawa Kocktail: Comprehensive any Cancer Protocol -- edited


Hi, all,

This is a repost of the link the hopefully live link because I may have retyped it previously, plus, I thought it was (potentially) too valuable to bury at the bottom of a very long unrelated post at the bottom of a very long unrelated thread.

And here it is again, in plain text, just in case it's not live: http://www.grouppekurosawa.com/kkocktail.htm

Again, I am not on this protocol myself, although I may enlist as a volunteer 'mouse' as the site puts it, once I have health insurance. (they like you to have a doc monitoring you at the same time they are).

Nevertheless, I was very impressed after reading all the articles in the site's 'cancer folder.'

The protocols are as complete and multi-faceted as Hulda Clark 's but far less new-agey in so much as the scientific explanations are understandable and the head scientist is far more of a skeptic. This makes it useful for those who find Clark too far out there, although I don't myself. Plus, it's another alternative that doesn't cost anything to look into. There aren't a ton of case histories but the few I read are about people who were pretty far gone with cancer and/or AIDS before who are now doing quite well.

Plus most of the substances and methods being utilized are stuff and methods we are already familiar with from hanging around the Curezone.

And I think their idea of boiling supplements that are both fat & water-soluble in coconut all in order to receive the full benefit is obvious but brilliant.

Please let me know what the rest of you think.

On that note ... I think my cancer is already getting better as absurd as that sounds and I think it's due to another substance, or a large assortment of substances that are contained in a commercial product called Ellagic Insurance Formula, which I tried after reading that another woman here attributed her own continuing recover from metastic cancer to it.

Like her, I feel it's impossible to say for sure what's responsible for the perceived improvements, as I was already swilling gallons of pau d'arco, doing the Budwig, eating raw foods and probably other stuff I don't even remember, most of which you guys told me about and have just added castor oil & ginger packs plus coffee enemas which really are the bomb (my apologies for the pun).

However, just a tad over 72 hours since we started taking it, there is an absolutely definite decrease in the size of a growing tumor in my dog Tony's jaw bone. No mistake, I'm sure.

As for me ... I think the small portion of the cancerous growth I can actually reach is softer. And I know that I can now move my bowels semi-normally (meaning it's still way too exhausting and time-consuming), which may not sound like much but is actually really major, as my bowels were so obstructed by tumors from my cervix and elsewhere to the point that the only way I could eliminate was to induce diarrhea through flushes, castor oil and other laxatives. It seems reasonable to guess that the tumor which as really hard before is softening perhaps it is flexible enough to be pushed aside and let others through (apologies here for being gross).

I'm not going to put a link because the product is easily found and because I don't want to put anybody off it for fear I'm schilling for myself or somebody else. Yes, if you don't become a member, instead of paying three bottles for $100 you pay $59 a bottle 'retail,' but the membership doesn't cost anything, I just wanted to pay less.

And as I have no intention of ever having them drop-ship me anything every month, even just for my own use (I didn't like the small print), I can absolutely assure you I am not selling the stuff.

(I know this sounds like I'm protesting too much but I can't tell you how much I despise being commercial manipulated in generally but especially in the Curezone because this must remain the safe friendly place we rely on it to be with such urgency).

OH, BTW - I was planning to add other stuff anyhow becuase there really is quite a large amount of tumorous flesh to get rid of but I seriously doubt I would have ordered Cesium CHloride if not for the ding-damn $35 plus $15 kinesiology alternative cancer therapies 'effectiveness' test.

Perhaps Cesium will turn out to be just the ticket, who knows.

But I still urge anybody even considering taking this test: please make sure your head is on straight before taking it.

This same test which in two separate takings scored me 'off the charts' for Cesium 'determined' I'd have little or no response to Ellegic Insurance Formula (eif) (I know it's not part of the kit, I stuck a couple of tabs in a paper cup).

Apart from my being broke, taking the Cesium, even if it doesn't work, is no big boo-hoo. But I can't say the same if it had caused me to avoid the (EIF), having 'learned' I wouldn't respond to it.

Which is what may well have happened; I even thought about immediately requesting a refund for the two remaining unopened bottles, without even trying the two tablets I stuck in the cup!

I don't even believe in kinesiology!!!

And I already had a beef with the website that sold me the kit!

I mean, how sleazy is it to say testimonials mean nothing statistically and you really should go by clinically performed research, then having led you to such research, tell you that if you'll put one of their little vials containing a scrap of paper in one of your hands and then test the grip of the other, you'll know what works for you!!!

Sounds kind of like a fortune cookie, doesn't it? And I'm a professional skeptic, with 21 years media experience under my belt.

Nevertheless, the Cesium I had to have was coming and when it gets here I'll have to try it because what if that little scrap of paper is right and I was WRONG?

Sorry for being a nag.

But if you do decide to take the test, please remember the results are just another form of trial and error that may or may not be helpful rather than perceiving them as a definitive thumbs up or more dangerously a thumbs down for a treatment you previously wanted to try.

Hooray for testimonials! Keep 'em coming!

Love&Peace to you all.










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Hi, all,

This is a repost of the link the hopefully live link because I may have retyped it previously, plus, I thought it was (potentially) too valuable to bury at the bottom of a very long unrelated post at the bottom of a very long unrelated thread.

And here it is again, in plain text, just in case it's not live: http://www.grouppekurosawa.com/kkocktail.htm

Again, I am not on this protocol myself, although I may enlist as a volunteer 'mouse' as the site puts it, once I have health insurance. (they like you to have a doc monitoring you at the same time they are).

Nevertheless, I was very impressed after reading all the articles in the site's 'cancer folder.'

The protocols are as complete and multi-faceted as Hulda Clark 's but far less new-agey in so much as the scientific explanations are understandable and the head scientist is far more of a skeptic. This makes it useful for those who find Clark too far out there, although I don't myself. Plus, it's another alternative that doesn't cost anything to look into. There aren't a ton of case histories but the few I read are about people who were pretty far gone with cancer and/or AIDS before who are now doing quite well.

Plus most of the substances and methods being utilized are stuff and methods we are already familiar with from hanging around the Curezone.

And I think their idea of boiling supplements that are both fat & water-soluble in coconut all in order to receive the full benefit is obvious but brilliant.

Please let me know what the rest of you think.

On that note ... I think my cancer is already getting better as absurd as that sounds and I think it's due to another substance, or a large assortment of substances that are contained in a commercial product called Ellagic Insurance Formula, which I tried after reading that another woman here attributed her own continuing recover from metastic cancer to it.

Like her, I feel it's impossible to say for sure what's responsible for the perceived improvements, as I was already swilling gallons of pau d'arco, doing the Budwig, eating raw foods and probably other stuff I don't even remember, most of which you guys told me about and have just added castor oil & ginger packs plus coffee enemas which really are the bomb (my apologies for the pun).

However, just a tad over 72 hours since we started taking it, there is an absolutely definite decrease in the size of a growing tumor in my dog Tony's jaw bone. No mistake, I'm sure.

As for me ... I think the small portion of the cancerous growth I can actually reach is softer. And I know that I can now move my bowels semi-normally (meaning it's still way too exhausting and time-consuming), which may not sound like much but is actually really major, as my bowels were so obstructed by tumors from my cervix and elsewhere to the point that the only way I could eliminate was to induce diarrhea through flushes, castor oil and other laxatives. It seems reasonable to guess that the tumor which as really hard before is softening perhaps it is flexible enough to be pushed aside and let others through (apologies here for being gross).

I'm not going to put a link because the product is easily found and because I don't want to put anybody off it for fear I'm schilling for myself or somebody else. Yes, if you don't become a member, instead of paying three bottles for $100 you pay $59 a bottle 'retail,' but the membership doesn't cost anything, I just wanted to pay less.

And as I have no intention of ever having them drop-ship me anything every month, even just for my own use (I didn't like the small print), I can absolutely assure you I am not selling the stuff.

(I know this sounds like I'm protesting too much but I can't tell you how much I despise being commercial manipulated in generally but especially in the Curezone because this must remain the safe friendly place we rely on it to be with such urgency).

OH, BTW - I was planning to add other stuff anyhow becuase there really is quite a large amount of tumorous flesh to get rid of but I seriously doubt I would have ordered Cesium CHloride if not for the ding-damn $35 plus $15 kinesiology alternative cancer therapies 'effectiveness' test.

Perhaps Cesium will turn out to be just the ticket, who knows.

But I still urge anybody even considering taking this test: please make sure your head is on straight before taking it.

This same test which in two separate takings scored me 'off the charts' for Cesium 'determined' I'd have little or no response to Ellegic Insurance Formula (eif) (I know it's not part of the kit, I stuck a couple of tabs in a paper cup).

Apart from my being broke, taking the Cesium, even if it doesn't work, is no big boo-hoo. But I can't say the same if it had caused me to avoid the (EIF), having 'learned' I wouldn't respond to it.

Which is what may well have happened; I even thought about immediately requesting a refund for the two remaining unopened bottles, without even trying the two tablets I stuck in the cup!

I don't even believe in kinesiology!!!

And I already had a beef with the website that sold me the kit!

I mean, how sleazy is it to say testimonials mean nothing statistically and you really should go by clinically performed research, then having led you to such research, tell you that if you'll put one of their little vials containing a scrap of paper in one of your hands and then test the grip of the other, you'll know what works for you!!!

Sounds kind of like a fortune cookie, doesn't it? And I'm a professional skeptic, with 21 years media experience under my belt.

Nevertheless, the Cesium I had to have was coming and when it gets here I'll have to try it because what if that little scrap of paper is right and I was WRONG?

Sorry for being a nag.

But if you do decide to take the test, please remember the results are just another form of trial and error that may or may not be helpful rather than perceiving them as a definitive thumbs up or more dangerously a thumbs down for a treatment you previously wanted to try.

Hooray for testimonials! Keep 'em coming!

Love&Peace to you all.









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