Acute maliginancy occurs when a cancer goes unchecked until the individual is approaching death. At this time, all interventions have failed. At this time:
- The individual is in acute and unresolved pain;
- Weight loss is rapid;
- Tumor growth is rapid;
- Eating is impossible;
- Death is emminent.
This protocol is designed as an intervention at this stage. It uses two components, administred as an enema:
Instructions for 2x daily application::
- Mix Myers cocktail with 1-2 cups water;
- Add 10 cc selenated tung oiil;
- Stir or shake mixture;
- Add to enema bag;
- Insert applicator;
- Install contents into rectum.
Selenated tung oil contains approximately 25 mg of selenium per mg. Lipolized selenium is nontoxic enabling delivery of large amounts without toxicity.
A myers cocktail contains a spectrum of vitamins and nutrients which dramatically help the body deal with a wide range of stress conditions.
The Myers Cocktail was originally used as an IV protocol. The oral version encapsulates the supplements in liposomal capsules which protect them from digestion. Liposomal encapsulation enables oral administtation of nutreients which can normally only be delivered by injection.
This program is based on an Emmanual Revici patent indicating that 75% lipolized selenium accumulates in the cytoplasm of cancer cells. The selenium is bonded to oxidized fatty acids which strongly prefer to accumulate in cancer. The fatty acids carry the selenium, which stimulates cell death of the cancer.
Survival rate for rats was 100%. This program only should be used as a last resort because of the absence of testing on humans - and only by people with no other choices. This therapy is definitely not approved by the FDA.
Liposomal Myers Cocktail Contents
- EPL - 10 grams
- Ascorbic Acid - 1.2 grams
- Magnesium chloride - 1 gram
- Pyridoxine - 102 mg
- Dex-Panthenol - 252 mg
- Thiamine - 100 mg
- Niacinamide - 100 mg
- Vitamin B12 `- 10 mg
- Riboflavin - 2 mg