Natural Help for Ovarian
cancer is a nonspecific term for a variety of cancers
that originate in the ovaries. There are about 20
microscopically distinct types. Though difficult to
detect in the very early stages, once diagnosed ovarian
cancer is often easy to treat in the beginning. The
difficulty comes with keeping ovarian cancer vanquished
permanently, particularly when opting for mainstream
mainstream methods, surgery is the preferred treatment
and usually the most successful - but even then the
cancer often re-occurs time after time, eventually
spreading to other parts of the body and most often
resulting in eventual death, though many people are able
to live with ovarian cancer for many years.
suggested "Natural Protocol for Beating
which features oleander as a main centerpiece and has
many other potent cancer fighters and immune boosters as
well as dietary and lifestyle advice, has been
extremely effective cancers of all kinds, NO treatment
has been found anywhere that is 100% effective for all
cancers for all people - and some cancers may require
additional measures when they prove resistant to the
protocol. For some people, ovarian cancer may be one
the "Natural Protocol for Beating
Cancer" one supplement in particular has been
effective against ovarian cancer -
RM-10 Mushroom Immune Defense.
oleander extract, has also been very potent as is
the case against most cancers.
Following is some additional information which may be
helpful in fighting ovarian cancer in addition to the
information in my main protocol.
following information is in addition to the information
contained in my suggested
and it is highly recommended that anyone with ovarian or
any other form of cancer also take a good look at the
protocol and follow it as completely as possible. If
you are following the protocol, DO NOT omit any items on
the protocol, but instead consider adding some of the
ones listed here. Though some of the following items are
included in the suggested overall protocol, they are also
included below to emphasize their potential usefulness
for ovarian cancer.
Recommended Supplements and Herbs for Ovarian Cancer:
According to a peer-reviewed study published in the prestigious International Journal of Molecular Science in 2016, nanoparticle silver is very effective against ovarian cancer cells in general, and it is even more effective against ovarian cancer stem cells - which are the cells that feed cancer and the ones that cause cancer to return even after it has apparently been eliminated. Although you aren't likely to find out about colloidal silver's incredible effectiveness against cancer in mainstream medical sites, the fact is that colloidal silver has been found to be effective against cancer in scores of studies.
Most mainstream sites are rife with disinformation about colloidal silver, including that its effectiveness is unproven and that it is toxic and dangerous. That is patently untrue. Forget the naysayers and simply make sure that you obtain quality colloidal silver, or else make it yourself. And take plenty of it.
Blazei Murrill Mushroom (ABM Mushroom)
"The Mushroom of God", the Agaricus Blazei Murrill
mushroom is my favorite cancer fighting mushroom.
Many, many people have beaten cancer through use of
this mushroom alone. Large studies in both Great
Britain and Japan found that the ABM mushroom had
the highest amount of beta glucans of any other
mushrooms in the world. Studies have also shown the
ABM to stimulate the immune system and promote
natural mechanisms to battle infectious disease and
cancers. ABM stimulates lymphocyte T-cell and Helper
T-cell production. The polysaccharide contained in
ABM stimulates production of interferon and
interleukin that indirectly function to destroy and
prevent the proliferation of cancer cells.
Additionally, ABM turned out to be a very powerful
antiviral agent preventing viruses from entering
Normally, the polysaccharides found in fungus only
affect solid cancers, however the polysaccharide in
ABM is effective against Ehrich's ascites carcinoma,
sigmoid colonic cancer, ovarian cancer,
breast cancer, lung cancer, and liver cancer as well
as against solid cancers.
In Japan, ABM, in an injectable form, was found to
eliminate all cancerous tumors in 90% of the
experimental mice. Additionally, when the mice were
fed ABM as a preventative and then injected with a
very powerful cancer causing agent (Sarcoma 180),
99.4% of them showed no tumor growth. Conventional
medicine has no preventive this powerful. Note,
RM-10 Mushroom Immune Defense
contains ABM mycelia among it's blend of mushrooms
and other items.
Available in capsules and tincture forms
a potent angiogenesis inhibitor for all forms of
cancer, including ovarian cancer. Bindweed was
brought to the attention of alternative cancer
advocates when a woman ovarian cancer survivor told
her story of survival to a well known cancer clinic:
Following diagnosis, the woman, concerned with
orthodox therapies, independently sought an
alternative treatment. The decision to look
elsewhere was not difficult because the woman's
mother had died 7 years earlier with the same
disease and doctors felt the daughter's chances of
survival equally bleak (giving her less than one
year to live).
woman traveled to Oklahoma where a shaman gave her a
tincture of Bindweed with instructions to use the
substance daily. (Bindweed, a common garden weed, is
a bane to farmers.) The woman testified that after
using Bindweed for 1 year, her abdomen returned to a
normal size. Asymptomatic, she returned to her
physician, who after a battery of tests pronounced
clinic's team began assays to determine the
beneficial properties of Bindweed. Its mode of
operation was puzzling because it appeared
ineffective at killing tumor cells and only modestly
efficient at improving immune function. After nearly
4 years of searching, it was determined that
Bindweed bestows its antitumor advantage by
inhibiting angiogenesis, a process that restrains
(tumor) blood vessel formation. A chaotic vascular
system is a common property of malignant tissue. So
important is the blood vessel network, tumor cells
participate in their own survival by secreting
cytokines that develop and sustain the vascular
pipeline. Tumor growth requires an adequate supply
of blood vessels; robbed of its vascular system, the
tumor starves and shrinks and, in some cases,
completely disappears. It was determined that
Bindweed was about 100 times more effective than
shark cartilage (by weight) at inhibiting
angiogenesis (Meng et al. 2002).
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the form methylselenocysteine)
is a powerful cancer fighter that also protects the
liver and is essential for proper iodine
utilization. Most women who get ovarian cancer are
deficient in selenium, The generally recommended
dose without medical supervision is 200 to 400 mcg
daily, although nutritionally-oriented physicians
may use as much as 900 to 2,000 mcg selenium from methylselenocysteine daily as part of a
comprehensive cancer treatment protocol.
(found in the common spice Curcumin) has been shown
to be effective against a wide variety of cancers,
including ovarian, and is meriting more and more
attention among alternative cancer advocates as well
as mainstream medicine - which it well deserves.
Among many anti-cancer benefits, it activates gene
p53 and prevents inflammation. To fight cancer, 2500
to 3000 mg per day is recommended, divided into two
to three doses and taken either with meals or with
bromelain as described below. To help with
absorption, take with 10 mg of bioperine or else
with coconut oil and a bit of ground black pepper.
(Best when taken as Vitamin K2MK7 or natural Vitamin K)
Vitamin K is found in many foods. Leafy, dark green
and deep yellow vegetables are the best sources.
Tests have shown that Vitamin K can stop and
sometimes shrink tumor growths in many forms of
cancer, including breast, ovary, colon,
stomach and kidney as well as primary and squamous
cell carcinomas of the lungs. Vitamin K causes
ovarian cancer cells to self destruct when used in a
combination with high dosages of Vitamin C. The
generally recommended dose amounts for adult women
are 35 mg or more along with 3000 mg or more of
vitamin C in divided doses.
Note: Since Vitamin K is a blood clotting agent
(the K comes from the German "koagulation") people
who are on blood thinners such as Warfarin (aka
coumadin) or otherwise have concerns about blood
clotting should not supplement with Vitamin K
without consulting a medical professional.
Quercetin is a powerful anti-cancer agent which
stops chemical signals that give ovarian cancer
cells a growth advantage over healthy cells. Green
peppers are full of quercetin. In supplement form,
the generally recommended dose is 125-250 mg 3 times
daily, between meals. Note: the centerpiece of the
oleander extract contains small amounts of
quercetin. Do not take quercetin with cyclosporine
(Neoral, Sandimunne) or nifedipine (Procardia).
Increases production of immune-system chemical
interleukin-2 (IL -2), which fights cancer and the
human papilloma virus (HPV). Activates gene pS3. The
generally recommended dose is 500-1,000 mg 3 times
Espinheira santa is a small, shrubby evergreen tree
native to many parts of South America and southern
Brazil which has an extensive history of use in
tribal and herbal medicine. Among it's reported
actions are: inhibits tumors, kills cancer &
leukemia cells, cleanses blood, reduces acid,
prevents ulcers, kills germs, relieves pain, aids
digestion, increases urination, detoxifies, promotes
menstruation, and is mildly laxative. It has
specifically been shown to slow the growth of
ovarian tumors. As a decoction (tea) the usual
amount taken is 1 cup 2 to 3 times daily. As a
capsule extract, the generally recommended dose is 1
to two grams daily or as directed on the label.
thistle extracts inhibit growth of ovarian cancer
cells and prevent angiogenesis. Also helps protect
and regenerate the liver. The generally recommended
dose is from 400 to 1000 mg or more per day.
Deactivates plasmin, which helps tumors spread. The
generally recommended dose is 250-500 mg daily.
Carotenoids are a large group (up to 800 carotenoids)
of fat soluble pigments widely distributed in plants
and animals, expecially in orange, red, yellow and
green plants and fruits. Forget the mainstream
studies warning of beta carotene, which used a
synthetic form in their tests. To quote one study
conducted in Poland: "Carotenoids act as
chemopreventive agents, irrespective of whether they
are finally transformed into vitamin A, and may
represent a potentially powerful alternative to
present chemotherapeutic approaches to the treatment
of ovarian cancer." Best when taken as a naturally
derived multiple caretenoid product such as noted
Dr. Ray Sahelian's Caretenoids Complex supplement
available from Physician Formulas .
Supplements to Consider:
loranthus or mulberry mistletoe. Greatly increases
survival time in advanced ovarian cancer. Use
only under professional supervision.
Simulates production of immune agent IL -2. From the
Turkeytail mushroom (coriolus versicolor mushroom).
The generally recommended dose is 6,000 mg daily.
such as resveratrol in tablet/supplement form.
Resveratrol is a type of polyphenol called a
phytoalexin, a class of compounds produced as part
of a plant's defense system against disease which
is produced in the plant in response to an invading
fungus, stress, injury, infection or ultraviolet
irradiation. Resveratrol has been shown to reduce
tumor incidence in animals by affecting one or more
stages of cancer development, including ovarian
cancer. Red wine contains high levels of
resveratrol, as do grapes, raspberries, peanuts and
Though I am no
fan of soy, soy isoflavone has been shown to
interrupt multiplication of ovarian cancer cells.
The generally recommended anti-cancer dosage is
3,000 mg daily.
effective against a wide variety of cancers as shown
in a series of successful experiments. The most
effective is leukemia and colon cancer. Intermediate
activities were also shown against melanoma, breast,
ovarian, prostate, CNS and renal cancer.
Herbs to Avoid:
sources have indicated that people
who have ovarian cancer should avoid dan
shen, fennel, licorice and peony. A few web
sources say to not take cordyceps; however,
one must note that the outstanding
RM-10 Mushroom Immune Defense
includes cordyceps and there appears to be a lack of
science to back up any warning about cordyceps.
Perhaps the best plan might be to choose the RM-10
and not take cordyceps as a single item.
ovarian cancer, be sure to avoid milk and dairy
products (other than the cottage cheese used with
flaxseed oil in the Budwig diet) especially egg
yolks, and be sure to consume healthy oils and fats
to enable the other supplements and dietary items to
work best. For other dietary advice, do's and
don'ts, as well as other cancer fighting
supplements and advice, see our