Re: Can certain herbs minimize the effects of chemotherapy?
Yes, No, Maybe.
The most crucial variable is whether the LOCAL LESION is in its anabolic growth stage – acidifying the cancer – or if the IMMUNE SYSTEM is in its catabolic defense stage – alkalinizing the cancer.
Without a (1) total titrimetric acid-base profile and a (2) pH measurement of the local lesion, an optimum strategy is to eat a BALANCED and VARIABLE diet in a TIME-APPROPRIATE (circadian) protocol – Solar Nutrition, Chronobiotic Nutrition, Metamorphic Nutrition, Sun Time Eating, Midnight-Noon Law Meridian Synchronization, etc.
A total titrimetric acid-base profile involves 7 parameters …
(1) total blood potassium,
(2) intracellular potassium (a cancer cell can store over 60% more potassium than a normal cell),
(3) extracellular (serum) potassium,
(4) urine pH,
(5) nasal or oral pH,
(6) urine specific gravity, and
(7) urine surface tension.
Acid-base dysfunction takes place at the level of the LOCAL LESION, and is hard to measure globally because of the body’s effective buffering system – until it’s compromised by later stages of growth or metastasis.
Local lesion pH can be measured with a pH meter – a glass electrode probe connected to an electronic meter.
The first pH meter was invented by Caltech professor Arnold Orville Beckman (1900-2004) in 1935, the same year he founded Beckman Instruments, Inc.
Emanuel Revici, M.D. (1896-1998), used a pH meter to measure local lesion pH as part of his Guided Chemotherapy program – involving NO patented drugs – at his Trafalgar Hospital in Manhattan from 1955-1978.
Dr. Revici had his medical license revoked by the Powers That Be because he refused to play the PATENT GAME – Big Pharma’s new molecular entity (NME) trademark scam.