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Supplements

Every day, Brad has a bunch of supplements. To start his morning, he has an Omeprozole. Nexium is similar. This is slow release, taken over 14 days usually but Brad takes every day for acid indigestion, to protect his esophagus. He takes his morning supplements with his shake. He also takes a woman’s one a day so he gets some extra iron but not too much. His red blood cell count is off from chemo and some extra iron may help. Also, he has a Moringa Oliefera. This is a Chinese herb high in antioxidants. and he takes a Frankincense capsule. 

 

During the afternoon, Brad takes a fish oil capsule for extra Omega 3.

In the evening, he has a vitamin C (1000 mg,) another Frankincense capsule and an Astragulus capsule. This is a root. Please google these to see if they fit for the patient and of course, always consult your Dr. Before taking any supplements. Our Dr. Is fine with what we are taking but some medications interact differently with certain foods and supplements. Eg: My friend can’t drink pomegranate or grapefruit juice because of an interaction with her medication. Please read all information attached to meds. This is where reactions will be listed.

 

3 times a day, Brad has Nigella Oil. Black Cumin Seed Oil and Cleopatra Oil are also names for this amazing stuff. Take this starting a week before first chemotherapy, at least 3 tbls. a day to help flush the liver and kidneys and keep side-effects away. Brad only felt a little numbness in his fingers and the cold sensitivity could not be avoided but went away once he came off the oxaliplaten. They list off a lot of side-effects like cracking skin and mouth ulcers. Brad didn’t get any of that and we chalk it up to the Nigella oil. 

     We also have Frankincense in oil form and we rub on his neck and feet, every day.

We have come across all kinds of supplements and those claiming to be. Before buying any we've always researched the companies for trustworthiness and we research the supplements. Then a check to see if there has been any studies on them.

 

There are many websites out there, preying on the hopes of desperate people. They claim to have pills curing all kinds of diseases. Studies are what to look for and reviews on Amazon. Also, a quick google and "blog" or "scam" usually fishes out the liars.  

 

Consult a doctor before using any supplements. There may be an adverse reactions, especially when mixed with other supplements or medications. 

Supplements

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Lab studies show that garlic compounds help with DNA repair, slow the growth of cancer cells and decrease inflammation. 

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Taking probiotics can boost some healthy bacteria already in your gut, which works best when it has a balance of “good” and “bad” bacteria. Evidence shows that probiotics can help with long-term symptom management for cancer patients following treatment, including chemotherapy-related diarrhea. Also, after rounds of antibiotics which whitewash the digestive system.

Unrefined coconut oil has a natural taste and flavor. It is unrefined, unfiltered and without any additives. Sometimes, it is also called “pure coconut oil” to mark its difference from the refined, bleached, deodorized coconut oil, commonly called “refined coconut oil.”

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A 2017 study published in the Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention found the extract from moringa leaves acts as an as anti-cancer agent that reduces cancer cell growth and promotes cell death in several cancers. ... Also known as Moringa oleifera, horseradish tree, drumstick tree, ben oil tree and benzolive tree.

Since this video, we decided to back off of carrots because of the sugar content. Organic supplements are best. Check out Amazon customers reviews for help with finding the best. I have posted links to Amazon that I trust or have seen good reviews on.

Disclaimer
Information found on this website is meant for educational purposes only. It is not meant to diagnose medical conditions, to treat any medical conditions or to prescribe medicine. 

 

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