Do natural cancer treatments actually work?

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    Does anybody know if natural cancer treatments work? I have a friend who has been diagnosed with cancer. I’d like to find out more before I make any suggestions to her. I think she will be open to it because she doesn’t like taking drugs. Even when she gets a headache, I have never seen her taking a painkiller.

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    I don’t think that this question really has a definite answer. There are so many things to consider. For example, I think certain cancers can be treated with natural or alternative treatment methods. Then there are cancers that probably cannot, especially where it is aggressive and life-threatening.

    The thing is, nobody can prove conclusively that a natural treatment works. However, you could also argue that nobody can prove that it does not work. There are so many factors that need to be considered.

    I think the best thing to do is to have both. In other words, use a natural form of cancer treatment in conjunction with conventional methods. Having said this, I have heard that there are natural treatments that people claim made the difference.


    Cannabis oil or cannabis in some form is thought to help cure cancer. I read somewhere that some people went to their doctors and the doctor could not explain how their condition improved instead of deteriorating. Perhaps when a cancer is terminal and you have nothing left to lose, it may be worth the gamble.


    You should take a look at the website of Dr. Sean Ceaser. He uses highly researched and tested natural cancer treatments. I still think you should go with chemotherapy, surgery and radiation as well.

    However, I have heard good things about ozone therapy, which Dr. Sean Ceaser does perform. Some other alternative cancer treatments he performs can be done as a sole treatment or together with conventional methods. I also think it depends on each case and each individual. Some people just don’t like taking drugs. Chemotherapy can also be hard on a person.


    I don’t really know if it works. Who does? But I think if you do become cancer-free, then maybe it might be worth it to try it in the hope that it keeps the cancer from returning. Certain therapies can help boost your immune system. That is a very good thing and can play a part in keeping cancer at bay. For example, turmeric is supposed to help treat cancer symptoms and fight inflammation. Let’s face it, how many of us actually use this spice? I have not and I’m willing to wager that you don’t either.


    I think it is ultimately up to the patient what kind of treatment they want. However, they must have accurate information. At the same time, they must go to some kind of medical professional who is qualified and reputable. When it comes to money, people will do anything. Quacks set up a practice and take your money without a care for your health. Let’s just say if it were me, I would use alternative treatments as a complementary treatment.

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