Sunday, 20 May 2012

Salvestrol Recipes - Artichoke & Broccoli

Artichokes and Broccoli are 2 of the top superfoods when it comes to salvestrol content.

Artichokes contain 5% dry weight of pure salvestrols and are the No1 food in this respect. The artichoke is one of the foods referred to by Hippocrates when he said "Let food be your medicine, and medicine be your food" so its medicinal properties have been known for centuries. Include artichokes as a pizza topping together with olives and capers. The artichoke is a large thistle head and belongs to the thistle family which includes other medicinal herbs that are rich in salvestrols such as burdock, milk thistle and blessed thistle. The thistles belong to an even larger plant family known as the compositae family which includes many common yellow flowered wild herbs such as dandelion and daisy. It also includes the sunflower and the jerusalem artichoke which has delicious edible roots that are naturally rich in salvestrols. Real Dandelion and Burdock root beer would make a real medicinal brew if it were only made with real dandelion and burdock roots. Burdock root forms part of the Essiac herbal mixture and is also present in the Hoxsey Remedy for cancer. So plants from the compositae family as a whole have had widespread historical use as medicinal herbs.

Broccoli is another cancer busting vegetable that can be used in juicing to get the maximum intake. When juicing a 1 kg portion will yield 100 salvestrol points. Broccoli are part of the cabbage family of cruciferous vegetables and all of this family have high salvestrol content. This family of vegetables includes cabbage broccoli savoy cabbage chinese leaf brussel sprouts and water cress.


Rinse artichokes and cut 1 inch off the tops.
With scissors, trim off the thorny tips of the
remaining leaves. In a large saucepan, sauté
onion, garlic, mint and rosemary in oil. Add
lemon juice, vinegar, water and salt. Place
artichokes in seasoned broth; cover and
simmer until tender, about 40 minutes.
Allow to cool in the broth. To serve, place
each artichoke in a bowl with some of the
broth to use as a dipping sauce.

4 medium artichokes
2 cloves garlic, minced
1/2 tsp. crumbled rosemary
2 Tbls. lemon juice
1/2 cup water
1 onion, chopped
2 Tbls. minced fresh mint
1/4 cup olive oil (stone ground)
1/2 cup cider vinegar
1/2 tsp. salt


Mix mayonnaise and garlic. Cover and
refrigerate about 2 hours. Cut broccoli
stalks lengthwise into thin spears. Place
streamer basket in 1/2-inch water in
saucepan or skillet (water should not touch
the bottom of basket). Place broccoli in
basket. Cover tightly and heat to boiling;
reduce heat. Steam until tender, about 15
minutes. Cover and refrigerate until chilled,
at least 2 hours. Sprinkle mayonnaise
mixture with paprika. Serve with broccoli.

1/2 cup mayonnaise, or
1/2 cup salad dressing
2 medium garlic cloves,
1-1/2 lb. broccoli

Salvestrols Used to Prevent Cancer Recurrence

Breast Cancer Survivor Testimonial

Okay so here we go: Seven “Interesting” Facts you may not know about me……
  1. I’ve been a vegetarian for 25 years
  2. When I was 13 I saw an episode of the TV show MASH where they had a pet lamb. By the end of the show they had to eat it. I never ate meat again.
  3. I developed breast cancer 2 years ago aged 36. I’ve just finished my treatment which was 6 months of chemo & lapatinib (a clinical trial) followed by an operation to remove the tumor. Then 6 weeks of radiotherapy and then a year of Herceptin.
  4. I now feel better than ever and attribute my swift recovery to a combination of conventional treatment, healthy diet (during treatment I stopped eating dairy (cow) products and all sugars), reiki sessions and some alternative medicines such as Salvestrol, LDN and Melatonin. I swear by Salvestrol and LDN and I will continue to take these for the rest of my life.
  5. We used to own a restaurant where I designed the menus but I never went in the kitchen, except to make tea.
  6. None of my friends and family can believe that I now cook because from the age of 18 I lived on a diet that consisted of Marks & Spencer’s mashed potato and hummus, and I NEVER cooked!
  7. My ambition is to publish a vegetarian/vegan cookbook that will be a  vegetarian culinary journey around the world.

Saturday, 19 May 2012

Friday, 18 May 2012

Salvestrol Enhancing Supplements

The majority of supplements are completely safe to take with salvestrols. In fact there is only one real exception which is Laetrile (B17) which inhibits the CYP1B1 enzyme and prevents the salvestrols from working. So the only supplement that interferes with Salvestrols is Laetrile (B17). This is an extract from apple and apricot seeds and contains cyanohydrins. These break down in the liver to generate cyanide. The cyanide generated inhibits the CYP1B1 enzyme so that it cannot function. So in the prescence of Laetrile salvestrols cannot work properly, and this supplement is to be avoided when using salvestrol therapy.
All other supplements are compatible with salvestrols and some may enhance their action.
Enhancing supplements are
Niacin (Vitamin B3)
Vitamin C
Some other supplements also contain salvestrols such as Essiac Flor-Essence (100 points).
The testimonial on testicular cancer showed that salvestrols worked to shrink the testicular cancer without recourse to chemotherapy or surgery.
When tumours have a low level of CYP1B1 the expression can be increased by using an inducing agent. One such inducing agents is Salvestrol T55 which is now incorporated into the Salvestrol Platinum product to boost CYP1B1 levels. In this respect supplements containing the indoles I3C and DIM would also be useful since these agents can increase CYP1B1 expression levels. These can be obtained from brassica family vegetables and supplements containing indole 3 carbinol (I3C) and DIM are available.
Salvestrol Platinum contains 4 different salvestrols all working in harmony together to produce the optimum results. Each aids the action of the other and together they make a powerful product.

Vitamin C & Salvestrols

Could the use of Vit. C IV`S be interfering with the efficacy of Salvestrol Therapy in that that the purpose as explained by my MD if for the Vit. C to form a collagen over/around the pc cells to stop them from spreading. Maybe the collagen gets inthe way ? My MD told me that Vit. C does not do a good job of killing pc cells but rather stops them from spreading. My MD is not overly concerned with my PSA score. He is supportive of my using the urine test utilized by the N a v v a r o Clinic. This could account for your observations re slow and fast responders as there must be other products such as resveratol and modified citrus pectin that reduce the efficacy of Salvestrol ?? I look forward to your thoughts.
Heres the Reply:
Vitamin C does not interfere with salvestrol therapy. Indeed the two approaches are complimentary. The use of high dose vitamin C with salvestrols is being succesfully used in the Issels Clinic in California.
Many salvestrol supplements contain Vitamin C such as the salvestrol vegetarian capsules. Vitamin C is thought to help the activity of salvestrols and also acts as a preservative preventing the salvestrols from premature oxidation.

Doctors Recommend Salvestrols For Cancer

I have taken salvestrol daily for the past few years.  It is an important part of the alternative protocol my doctor recommends for his cancer patients.  Here is an interesting video explaining what salvestrols are and how they work to fight cancer.

Thursday, 17 May 2012

Salvestrols Beat Breast Cancer

Salvestrols work really well against breast cancer, probably due to the high expression of the salvestrol activase enzyme CYP1B1 in breast cancer cells. In practise there is a very high response rate when salvestrols are used to treat breast cancer. The typical response is cancer regression with tumours shrinking to half their size within 3 months of salvestrol supplementation at 3 capsules (6000 points) daily, and after 6 months are cancer free. In some cases ther is an even more rapid response within a month while other cases show that higher doses are needed. The highest dose needed to obtain a response is 6 capsules (12,000 points) daily.

There have been several cases reported recently to the salvestrol info team of responses at the dose of 12,000 points daily which seems to be the most effective dose so far used. In one case a lady had primary breast cancer that had spread to her brain and consequently she had lost her eyesight and was blind. Her recovery was truely miraculous and 1 month after taking the salvestrols she started to regain her sight and after 2 months the brain tumours had disappeared and she had regained her full sight again. Such feedback to the salvestrol info team is very encouraging and will give hope to many who are in deperate circumstances with cancer and nowhere else to turn for a safe and effective treatment.

Here is an example of a lady who had stage 3 breast cancer and recovered by taking salvestrols:

A 36-year-old woman was diagnosed with aggressive stage 3 breast cancer, following biopsies and blood tests. A 3-5 cm tumour was found under the right breast and a larger tumour was found in an underarm lymph node. The breast tumour looked the size of a golf ball on the image. She was told that her situation was really serious. After her first round of chemotherapy she learned about Salvestrols, and began taking one (2,000 point) Salvestrol Platinum capsule per day. Feeling ‘rock bottom’ at the time she skeptically wondered how on earth these capsules were going to help. Consequently she was very surprised to find that the pain associated with the tumours soon disappeared and the tumours began to shrink quickly. She began to feel that ‘she was going to be OK.’ This prompted her to learn more about Salvestrols and after learning more she switched to a completely organic diet. This simultaneously increased her intake of Salvestrols and their cofactors. Prior to her next chemotherapy session she was examined by her oncologist who remarked that she thought that the tumours were gone. Ultrasound and mammography were scheduled to assist the surgeons. To everyone’s surprise the radiologist could find no trace of the tumours through ultrasound and only a shadow was visible on the mammogram, so it was decided that surgery was unnecessary. She continues to take 1 capsule per day of Salvestrol Shield (350 point) as a preventative measure and has noticed her periods have resumed. Four months after refusing further chemotherapy her hair has grown back and she reported that she looked and felt wonderful.