Monday, August 29, 2016

Cancer's weakest link

Tumor cells have a mucus/fibrin coat designed to protect them from the body’s immune system

The mucus/fibrin coat is a “Cloaking device” - preventing cancer cells from being recognized by  the immune system’s white blood cells (WBCs: macrophages, neutrophils), and thus making them immune to attack by natural killer (NK) cells. Mucus is a glycoprotein (sugar+protein), fibrin is a a protein in the blood, which enables blood to clot.

The sticky fibrin coat is ~15 times thicker than the fibrin which surrounds healthy cells – and is revealed by histochemical and microscopic examination.

Egyud LG, Lipinski B. Significance of fibrin formation and dissolution in the pathogenesis and treatment of cancer. Med Hypotheses. 1991 Dec;36(4):336-40.

Massimo Cardinali et al. Interaction of Fibrinogen with Murine Melanoma Cells: Covalent Association with Cell Membranes and Protection against Recognition by Lymphokine-activated Killer Cells. Cancer Res December 15, 1990 50; 8010 Study Link

Cancer's Weakest Link 

The shame is your doctor doesn't know this because he was never taught it.

The number one reason cancer is able to grow is excess sticky fibrin, a.k.a. 'snot.' Get rid of the sticky snot that surrounds cancer and the cancer will go away. This new approach might sound rather bold.

'Stick' with me here and you might know how to pretty much cure or at least shrink any cancer by the time you get to the bottom of this short article. Further down, the connection between a runny nose and curing cancer will be explained more thoroughly.

It's not often discussed but cancer cells are covered with lots of sticky fibrin. It's shocking how much of this yucky white substance that cancer cells produce, in fact.

There is about 15 times as much fibrin around a cancer cell than any of your healthy cells. Ask any pathologist or surgeon, and they will confirm for you that tumors are covered in this sticky fibrin.

Nasal mucus is also heavily laden with fibrin. We’ll get back to that connection in a minute.

So why is fibrin so important for the survival and growth of cancer cells? Let's count the ways.

Fibrin's stickiness mucks up the ability of the immune system to reach the cancer cells to kill them.

Fibrin provides the support structure for the cancer cell's feeding tubes.

Fibrin protects the feeding tubes with its stickiness.

So what happens if the fibrin is washed away?

The cancer cells are naked and exposed to our immune system.

The feeding tubes are exposed and tend to flatten, thus losing their proper structure.

As is taught in anatomy and physiology classes from day one: Structure determines function. The feeding tubes need the fibrin support to stay open and function properly, i.e., to feed the cancer cells enough blood and nutrients.

Since the cancer cell isn't able to get enough "food" through its blood vessels when the blood vessels are collapsed, the cancer cells begin to starve and grow weak.

So how do you get rid of the excess fibrin?

The connection between runny noses and melting cancer

To make the explanation really simple, remember when you ate a hot spicy food like a pepper, horseradish or wasabi and it made your nose run. The runny discharge is partly fibrin.

Ask any Ear, Nose & Throat doctor and they will confirm that there is lots of fibrin in snot. It's the same fibrin that is in your nose that also surrounds cancer cells!

So here we have a connection between cancer and snot. But more importantly, since hot spices melt the fibrin in the nose, they would also have the same effect on excess fibrin anywhere in the body.

For example, we know that if we eat too much of a really spicy food, it can melt our feces to an extent turning it into a watery discharge, right?

The glue that holds your poop together is a mucous coating, ie, FIBRIN. Eat too much hot stuff and the fibrin melts. The result of the melting of the fibrin in feces is a watery stool.

A pattern is developing here:

Melt fibrin in the nose = watery discharge.

Melt fibrin in the stool = watery discharge.

Melt fibrin around the cancer cell = watery discharge

Can the hot stuff go throughout the body? Yes.

If you doubt it, as an experiment sprinkle some cayenne or ginger powder in your shoes. Not only will your feet get warm, but your whole body can, too. Outdoor construction workers who are "in the know" use this to their advantage during the winter time. The volatile oils penetrate the skin and travel through the bloodstream.

From this type of evidence of how the heat from volatile oils can be transferred through the socks and skin that has been used millions of times it is unnecessary to provide further proof any more than we need further proof not to touch a hot stove.

Eating hot spicy food does much the same - even more in fact.

As a matter of fact, people with cancer have reported to me that using Sinus Buster, a capsaicin spray, has temporarily eliminated excruciating cancer pain even in their bones. This is confirmation that the oils travel through the bloodstream and throughout the body to wherever it is needed.

(Now don't run off and start spraying Sinus Buster in your nose like crazy. Too much can cause a rebound effect, but that's a topic for a separate discussion too long to address here.)

From your own experience of a runny nose, you can see how overpowering the volatile oils are and how utterly defeated the fibrin is compared to it. It's more powerful than holding a flame to wax. The fibrin and the wax melt.

The fibrin in cancer is no different than any other fibrin in the body in that it becomes watery when exposed to the compounds in hot spices.

Fibrin is an absolute weakling when it comes into contact with the volatile oils in spicy food. You simply melt away the 'snot' and the cancer cells grow weak due to starvation. That's because the feeding tubes collapse and also because the tumor itself is exposed having lost its sticky protective coating.

The capsaicin in peppers and ginger have additional properties for turning off cancer cells as has been reported in various studies, but that, too is a topic for a separate discussion.

So now you can see why cancer can be wiped out rather quickly if you use the right tools.

Now let's get really plain here and really "real."

Did you need chemo the last time you had snot in your nose? Heck no! Chemo is unnecessary - in fact, chemo is counterproductive in eliminating fibrin because chemo has been shown to increase fibrin production.

That's right. Researchers at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center published a stunning paper not long ago that confirmed what we already suspected...

Chemo can make cancer spread faster!

How does chemo do that? The researchers wrote the mechanism at work is that chemo increases the production of fibrin!

Increased fibrin = increased cancer growth.

Decreased fibrin = decreased cancer growth.

Let me circle back to the dried snot that can appear in our noses, if you were smart enough to go eat some hot spicy food, or sprayed your nose with a capsaicin product like Sinus Buster your snotty nose got resolved in a couple minutes time.

That speed is a powerful testament to just how fast the volatile oils can work to transform a hardened substance like fibrin into a watery discharge.

There are many things that will do that. Hot peppers, ginger and garlic are three of them. The hotter the pepper, the better. Modified citrus pectin, and proteolytic (systemic) enzymes are two more. Probably any volatile oil from spices will have a positive effect.

Because volatile oils are...well...volatile the most potent herbs and spices would be those that are freshly grated or 'bruised.' So for instance a fresh mint leaf that is freshly rubbed will release the oils.

Within several minutes most of the active oil from any spice will dissipate. Freshly grated spices might be 10 times more potent than spices from a shelf rack, for instance.

Melt away the fibrin, and the cancer has no leg to stand on. It's not hard, and cancer need not be scary. As you can see cancer is weak and vulnerable once you know the keys to success.

Wipe out the 'snot" - turn the sticky stuff into a watery discharge and you're 90% there, maybe even 100%.

Wouldn't it be wonderful if this information went viral? If you like this article please consider using the social media to share this. You might help someone reverse their cancer.

The best to you.

Kelley Eidem

Kelley's successful self-treatment is described in detail in this article:
How I Cured My Stage 4 Cancer In Two Weeks

A one hour interview.

1. Med Hypotheses. 2000 Mar;54(3):456-60.

Resistance of cancer cells to immune recognition and killing.

Lipinski B(1), Egyud LG.

Author information:
(1)Cell Research Incorporated, Chestnut Hill, MA, USA.

It is well recognized that, in order for a wound to heal, the fibrin clot must be eliminated by fibrinolytic enzymes. In certain instances, however, fibrin is ineffectively degraded or even not degraded. For example, in pregnancy, the placenta contains a layer of fibrin (Nitabuck's layer) which presents as 'self' to the immune system. Similar situations have been observed in many solid tumors. A hypothesis is presented according to which tumor cells can escape detection and attack by the immune system in most cancer patients. The tumor dons a 'coat' of the host's own protein on its cell surface. The coat is composed of fibrin and of a polymeric form of human serum albumin (HSA) which, by contrast to pure fibrin, is resistant to fibrinolytic degradation. Such a coated tumor appears as 'self' to the immune system, and thus is not detected as a tumor by the immune system (i.e. natural killer cells). When tumors are prepared for in vitro assays against drugs, they are routinely treated with proteolytic enzymes (e.g. pepsin, or chymotrypsin, etc.) which dissolve the protein coat, exposing the tumor cell surface to the drug. Thus, the in vivo existence of a coat on the tumor surface may explain why some drugs have little or no effect in vivo, while the same drugs are active in vitro.

Copyright 2000 Harcourt Publishers Ltd.

DOI: 10.1054/mehy.1999.0876
PMID: 10783488 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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