Wednesday, August 27, 2008

My Anti-Cancer Treatments: Garlic

"One must be very suspicious of anyone
who does not eat garlic."

Roman Proverb

The Benefits of Garlic in Cancer

National Cancer Institute: Garlic and Cancer Prevention
: Several population studies show an association between increased intake of garlic and reduced risk of certain cancers, including cancers of the stomach, colon, esophagus, pancreas, and breast (remember, this may be linked to nickel).

Nickel and mercury linked to breast cancer.

Nickel promotes breast cancer cell proliferation.

Life Extention Lymphoma Protocol
: Garlic extracts can induce death in lymphoma cells (Arditti FD et al 2005; Scharfenberg K et al 1990). Indeed, in a recent study, conjugation of a garlic extract to the antibody rituximab (which targets lymphoma cells) led to the death of these cells (Arditti FD et al 2005).
(Nickel also causes bone lymphoma, aka reticulum cell sarcoma).

Connecticut Center For Health: Benefits of Garlic: Antioxidant, Prevents Cancer, Antimicrobial (including Klebsiella pneumonia - also linked to nickel).

Garlic alkalizes the body, thins the blood, prevents blood clots, and destroys tumor cells.

Garlic chelates mercury.

Garlic contains germanium and selenium.

Raw Garlic Without the Bad Breath

"A nickel will get you on the subway,
but garlic will get you a seat."

--old New York Yiddish saying

Photos taken at: The Garlic Farm in West Granby, Connecticut,
and my kitchen.


Bob Hoeppner said...

>Garlic chelates mercury.

That sounds like just the right thing for ya!

Dana Herbert said...

I know. I now eat at least two cloves of garlic every day, usually more.

Chelates mercury, AND eradicates microbiobials, including Klebsiella pneumonia (which I have!).

AND thins the blood and prevents clots.

AND kills lymphoma cells!!

It's PERFECT for me.

But maybe not for anyone I kiss....


Dana Herbert said...

Oh yeah, it's ALKALIZING TOO!


Bob Hoeppner said...

But maybe not for anyone I kiss....


Let me know if you'd like to test that theory...

Shandy Monte said...


My chiropractor who is also my herbalist wants me to start eating raw garlic... I love garlic but I just cannot eat it raw cloves... How do you get past the sting of it?? :)

Dana Herbert said...


I just slice it up like an almond and toss it in my salads, or over a tomato or cucumber with dressing.

Anonymous said...

I would like everyone to know the way I eat garlic and it is easy on the stomach and it actually tastes good after you get use to it. I got a good garlic press I press at least 4-6 cloves at one time and let it sit in a small bowl for 5-10 mins, I then mix it with a little bit of organic olive oil (helps coat the stomach and keep you from getting tummy ache) then I mix in some organic turmeric with a little bit of pepper (olive oil and pepper help with the turmeric absorbing into your system better). I mix them together and take it by the spoonful. Chase it with water. My fiance' likes it and is going to start spreading it on his toast. Its more like a paste and the galic press helps get more juice to come out. I FEEL GREAT! ...and smell like garlic too! (best to take before bedtime...)