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Cancer Support

There are many herbs and herbal formulas that can be used as part of a cancer treatment program. Most of them address the underlying causes of illness in a manner that allow the healing power within the body to function more optimally. Some herbs have known cytotoxic properties, but these need to be used skillfully. Below are a few of our herbs that support healing.

Algonquin Drops Based on Formula by Eli G. Jones

Algonquin Drops, 2 oz.

This is the Eli Jones formula that he called "Cancer Drops" because it addresses some of what he regarded as the underlying causes of cancer, such as vaccine residuals, lymphatic congestion, and lowered immunity.

Algonquin Drops, 6 pages

Alcohol: 56-58%

Contents: Baptisia tinctoria (wild indigo) root, Phytolacca (poke root), and Thuja occidentalis (white cedar) in Organic Alcohol, Distilled Water, and Vegetable Glycerin.


Bilberry Glycerite, 2 oz.

Bilberry has been clinically shown to lower the risk of a number of diseases affecting the eyes, heart and cardiovascular system, blood sugar, and certain types of cancer, especially estrogen-sensitive cancers. It has antioxidant and eye protective properties.

Alcohol: none

Contents: Vaccinium myrtillus leaf & berry in distilled water and pure vegetable glycerin.


Boswellia Serrata Extract, 2 oz.

Boswellia Serrata, 2 oz.

Research in Germany suggests that boswellia reduces edema in the brain. The herb is also an excellent parasiticide and should be considered for those who suspect brain parasites.

This product is made from the resin of an Indian frankincense.

Alcohol: 69-71%

Contents: Organically grown Shallaki resin in certified Organic Grain Alcohol.


Chaparral Leaf Extract, 2 oz.

Chaparral Extract, 2 oz.

Other Medical Connections: Cancer researchers first became interested when an 87 year old man cured a facial cancer by consuming chaparral. Scientists at the University of Nevada investigated the activity of NDGA and found that it was a potent inhibitor of mitochondrial enzymes, which in turn inhibits cancer growth. While no clinical data exists to support using chaparral for cancer therapy, thousands of testimonials credit it for tumor remissions and complete cures. Other medical evidence indicates chaparral is an anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial agent and a possible treatment for asthma. Research continues to uncover it's mode of action and other potential therapeutic uses.

Current Status in the Marketplace: After allegations in 1992 of liver toxicity associated with chaparral consumption, manufacturers voluntarily restricted sales until the reports were investigated. Following a lengthy review, a panel of medical experts concluded "no clinical data was found... to indicate chaparral is inherently a hepatic toxin. " In late 1994 this report was submitted to the FDA and the product was subsequently given a clean bill of health by the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA). After comparing the quantity of chaparral consumed each year to the number of product complaints, industry regulators concluded chaparral did not pose a significant threat to consumer safety.

Alcohol: 75%

Contents: extract of leafy tips of Larrea tridentata in distilled water, organic grain alcohol, and pure vegetable glycerin.


Goji Berry Tonic

Goji Berry Tonic, 4 oz. liquid tonic

 Goji Tonic, 4 pages

Alcohol: 35%

Contents: Mongolian goji berries, hawthorn berries, milk thistle seeds, astragalus root, galangal root, cinnamon bark in alcohol extract with glycerite.


Graviola Extract, 2 oz.

Graviola Extract, 2 oz.

Annona muricata leaf contains specific acetogenins that have been reported to be selectively toxic to the following type of tumor cells: lung carcinoma cell lines; human breast solid tumor lines; prostate adenocarcinoma; pancreatic carcinoma cell lines; colon adenocarcinoma cell lines; liver cancer cell lines; human lymphoma cell lines; and multi-drug resistant human breast adenocarcinoma. The mode of action appears to be that of inhibiting enzymatic activities that only occur in malignant cells.

Alcohol: 40%

Contents: extract of Annona muricata leaf in distilled water, organic grain alcohol, and pure vegetable glycerin.


Herbal Bolus Powder

Herbal Bolus Powder, 8 oz.

This is the combination of herbs recommended by Dr. John Christopher. The powders need to be mixed with coconut butter for form suppositories that can be used vaginally or rectally to detoxify the reproductive and eliminatory systems. The powder can also be mixed with water and used as a poultice to relieve itchiness and inflammation.

Alcohol: none

Contents: organic yellow dock root, organic comfrey root, chickweed herb, organic slippery elm bark, organic goldenseal root, organic mullein leaf, organic marshmallow root, and squaw vine herb.


Pau d'Arco Herbal Extract. 2 oz.

Pau d'Arco Extract, 2 oz.

Pau d'arco is one of the most well known South American herbs. It has a reputation for having anti-cancer, antimicrobial, and antifungal properties. It is also used to purify the blood and regulate blood sugar. Like many herbs with ethnobotanical traditions strongly suggestive of antitumoral properties, pau d'arco seems to benefit some patients more than others. It is widely believed to work better with patients with elevated levels of Candida albicans.

The earliest modern studies of pau d'arco were published by Dr. Theodore Meyer who successfully used it to cure very advanced cancers, especially leukemia. Some of his findings were questioned by those who attempted to attribute all results to a single compound. As with most herbs, the whole herb often protects against toxicity of the strongest chemical constituent, in this case, lapachol. In clinical trials, low doses stimulate immunity whereas higher doses reduce inflammation often associated with stimulation. As might be expected of an herb with antifungal properties, it helps to reduce allergic reactions.

Alcohol: 40%

Contents: extract of Tabebuia_impetiginosa bark in distilled water, organic grain alcohol, and pure vegetable glycerin.


Red Clover Extract, 2 oz.`

Traditionally, red clover has been used to address some of the side effects of menopause. The flowering tops contain isoflavones (mostly genistein and daidzein) which some studies suggest have an estrogenic effect, but others deny this. It is considered safe for use by breast cancer patients who are post-menopause but the jury is not in on pre-menopausal persons. It is often used by post-menopausal women to reduce the risk of bone loss (osteoporosis) because the herb is rich in calcium and magnesium as well as vitamin C and niacin. Red clover is a blood purifier and is the main ingredient in Sundance Elixir, our version of the Hoxsey Tonic. It is generally recommended for melanoma patients since studies indicate it inhibits B16 melanoma cells. It is also often used to reduce the risk of prostate cancer.

Alcohol: 34-36%

Contents: extract of Trifolium pratense flowering tops in distilled water, organic alcohol, and vegetable glycerin.


Saw Palmetto Extract, 2 oz.

Saw palmetto is often used to promote urination, thereby reversing enlargement of the prostate gland. The herb is anti-estrogenic. Saw palmetto is sometimes referred to as a natural catheter, its action is mainly on the neck of the bladder. It is a tonic herb, meaning it is anabolic. It can be used safely in cases of weight loss and wasting diseases.

Alcohol: 55%

Contents: liquid extract of Serenoa serrulata fruit in organic cane alcohol, distilled water, and vegetable glycerin.


Seneca Elixir, Compound Syrup Scrophularia

Seneca Elixir, 16 oz.

At the end of a forty-year career of treating cancer patients, Dr. Eli G. Jones published a book describing his cancer treatments. His final gift to his "brother physicians" was the recipe for the elixir that he regarded as the most important item in his repertoire of treatments.

Our experience is that this product is also an excellent parasiticide.

Alcohol: 22%

Contents: Proprietary formula containing concentrated extracts of: Scrophularia nodosa, Phytolacca americana, Rumex crispus, Celastrus scandens, Podophyllum peltatum, Juniperus communis, Corydalis formosa, Guaiacum officinale, and Xanthoxylum herculis in distilled water, organic grain alcohol, organic honey, glycerin, and essential oil of lemon.


Sundance Elixir

Sundance Elixir, 16 oz.

This is the Sacred Medicine version of a Hoxsey Tonic, using the same herbs as in the original formula, but made as an herbal elixir rather than potassium iodide cocktail. Our clinical experience suggests that the formula is bowel stimulating, pain relieving, and massively detoxifying.

Alcohol: 16%

Contents: Proprietary formula containing concentrated extracts of Trifolium pratense blossoms, Mahonia aquifolium root, Stillingia sylvatica root, Chondrus crispus herb, Glycyrrhiza glabra root, Phytolacca americana root, Smilax officinalis root, Rhamnus frangula bark, Arctium lappa root, Cascara sagrada bark, and Zanthoxylum clava-herculis berries in distilled spring water, organic alcohol, clover honey, vegetable glycerin, and certified organic pure essential oil of sweet orange.


Organic Turmeric Extract, 2 oz.

Turmeric Extract, 2 oz.

Turmeric is what gives curry powder the yellow color. It has been a favorite culinary spice in Africa and Asia for millenia, but it also has medicinal value, particularly in helping to metabolize fat, including fatty deposits in tissues. It is entirely safe in enormous doses; effects are gradual and cumulative.

Alcohol: 44-46%

Contents: extract of organically grown Hawaiian Curcuma longa root in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.


Yarrow Extract

Yarrow Extract, 2 oz.

Achillea millefolium is an herb much prized by the 12th century German mystic and herbalist, St. Hildegard of Bingen. She used it as both a wine and tea to prevent metastasis. Many modern German doctors are following her guidance and using it both as a preventative as well as protective measure for patients undergoing surgery and radiation. No research seems available to establish or refute the efficacy of these measures, but extremely high concentrations are being investigated for antineoplastic effects. This said, yarrow is well respected for its antiseptic and wound healing properties.

Yarrow Yarrow, 14 pages

Alcohol: 35%

Contents: extract of fresh, flowering tops of Achillea millefolium in distilled water, grain alcohol, and pure vegetable glycerin.




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