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Jung starts with ...
Can anyone help me, my mother has terminal cancer and I am after paw paw leaves close to Sydney?.
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8th April 2011 3:51pm
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Jantina says...
Hi Jung,I don't live close to Sydney and I only have one pawpaw plant but I can send you about 6 leaves in the post if that is any help to you. Perhaps if you widen your appeal to anyone who could send you some pawpaw leaves you might get a better response. Email me at
jantinarohde at activ8 dot net dot au with your address if you want me to send them.
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JUJUBE FOR SALE IN MELBOURNE says...
Hi Jung,

I have 3 baby paw paw plants about 20 cm tall. I can take all the leaves and send to you about 18 of those, very small about the size of a spinach leave.

If you are interested please contact me at jujubeforsale@yahoo.com.au with your address.
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11th April 2011 1:29pm
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Nick says...
Hey Jung,
I have 14 pawpaw seedlings that are about 10cm tall. They only have 2 or so leaves each which are the size of a 5 cent coin but I think I read that the stems also kill cancer. If you would like them please give me an email at: niksmaster2008@hotmail.com. You could probably try giving Daleys an email too, they might have some "dud" plants they could give you.
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Nick T
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11th April 2011 2:51pm
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snottiegobble says...
Hey Jung, read my post about the article "lemons stronger than Chemo" If its true they are easily obtainable & may help your mum as well!
Best Wishes.
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Brendan says...
SG, looks like someone has deleted it?
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12th April 2011 7:54am
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snottiegobble says...
Yes Brendan, we can guess who it is! The lady is terminal, everything else has failed yet she mustnt try alternatives under any circumstances. How bloody selfish is that?
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Jimmy says...
Try apricot kernels
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12th April 2011 11:42am
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snottiegobble says...
Jung,,this may be true,or exaggerated, but if it can help in any way why not try them,& they are much more accessable than pawpaw leaves.
> >
> > Lemon (Citrus) is a miraculous product to KILL CANCER
> > CELLS. IT IS 10,000 TIMES STRONGER THAN CHEMOTHERAPY.
> >
> > Why do we not know about that????
> > Because there are laboratories interested in making a
> > synthetic version that will bring them HUGE PROFITS. You can
> > now help a friend in need by letting him know that lemon
> > juice is beneficial in PREVENTING the disease. Its taste is
> > pleasant and it does NOT produce the horrific effects of
> > chemotherapy.
> > If you can, plant a lemon tree in your garden or patio. How
> > many people die while this is a closely guarded secret so as
> > not to jeopardize the beneficial multimillionaires large
> > corporations?
> > As you know, the lemon tree does not occupy much space and
> > is known for its varieties of lemons and limes. You can eat
> > the fruit in different ways: you can eat the pulp, juice
> > press, prepare drinks, sorbets, pastries,…The lemon is
> > credited with many virtues, but the most interesting is the
> > effect it produces on cysts and tumors!!! This plant is a
> > proven remedy against ALL TYPES ALL TYPES OF CANCER!!!! Some
> > say it is very useful in all variants of cancer. It is
> > considererd also as an It is anti microbial spectrum against
> > BACTERIAL INFECTIONS AND FUNGI, EFFECTIVE AGAINST PARASITES
> > AND WORMS, IT REGULATES BLOOD PRESSURE THAT IS TOO HIGH AND
> > IS AN ANTIDEPRESSANT, COMBATS STRESS AND NERVOUS
> > DISORDERS!!!
> > The source of this information is fascinating: it comes
> > from one of the largest manufacturers in the world, says
> > that more than 20 laboratory tests since 1970, the extracts
> > revealed that: It destroys the malignant cells in 12 TYPES
> > OF CANCER, including colon, breast, prostate, lung and
> > pancreas…
> > The compounds of this tree actually showed 10,000 times
> > better than the product Adriamycin, a drug normally used
> > chemotherapeutically in the world, slowing the growth of
> > cancer cells. And what is even more astonishing: this type
> > of therapy with lemon extract not only destroys malignant
> > cancer cells but does NOT affect healthy cells!!!
> > Institute of Health Sciences, 819 N. L.L.C. Cause Street ,
> > Baltimore , MD 1201
> >
> >
> >
> > This is actually not surprising.
> > Cancer and most diseases can not grow in an alkaline
> > environment. Lemon juice is very alkaline and drinking lemon
> > juice will help your body stay more alkaline.
> >
> > A cup of hot lemon water first
> > thing in the morning is also a great way to clean and
> > support the liver.
> >
> > We hope that you or someone you
> > know will benefit from this
> > information.
> >
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Xiem says...


http://www.ehow.com/facts_6157885_alkalinity-acidity-values-foods.html
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Daisyetta says...
>
> > This is actually not surprising.
> > Cancer and most diseases can not grow in an alkaline
> > environment. Lemon juice is very alkaline and drinking lemon
> > juice will help your body stay more alkaline.
> >
> > A cup of hot lemon water first
> > thing in the morning is also a great way to clean and
> > support the liver.

This is typical of the absolute garbage published by the "Institute of Health Sciences". How can anything they say be taken seriously?
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Daisyetta
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12th April 2011 5:37pm
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Diana says...
Yes, anyone would have to agree that lemon juice is far from alkaline.

I'm also a fan of evidence and logic, I have to say.
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Julie says...
Diana, it is once it enters the digestive system. It is only acidic outside the body.
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amanda says...
There is a thing called "homeostasis"....it is our body's efforts to keep everything within it's tolerance levels - and pH is one of them.

Not saying I agree or disagree with anything here - just that we have kidneys, lungs, blood etc - which all work to keep everything just right - such as your body temp, pH etc...?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acid-base_homeostasis
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12th April 2011 10:12pm
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Julie says...
Someone deleted my post yesterday! Why?

It was a reply to Diana, something along the lines of:

Lemon juice changes its pH once in the digestive system. It is only acidic outside the body.

This is the ONLY forum I know where anyone can delete a post - usually it is up to a moderator. I don't think we have one on this forum. I'd like to see this rule changed.
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amanda says...
I saw your post Julie - as I posted the next one...I don't understand why it would be permanently deleted either? It was well within any Forums "acceptable limits".
Correy told me that ALL deleted posts were vetted by the moderator (it was himself back then..) and he decided if the delete would be upheld.
This forum is also markedly different to most others, in the way it is regulated..... certain folk would not be allowed to exist or persist on most forums...
Perhaps Correy has better things to do these days than examine all the deletes that have been going on of late....
I would be happy to support some basic overhauls?
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13th April 2011 9:59pm
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snottiegobble says...
Yes ladies, there were at least 2 posts deleted. Maybe someone we know has found the delete button!
I think it is absurd that anyone can delete at will. Maybe official volunteer moderators should be applied for to avoid bias deletions?
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snottiegobble
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JUJUBEFORSALE IN MELBOURNE says...
Hi Jung,

My neibough said when she was about 15 years old (now about 60 years old) she was sick all the time and he dad made her drink paw paw tea for 3 weeks and She recovered nicely. It was very yucky stuff to drink but it worked for her whatever illness she had at the time. I think paw paw male flowers may do the trick in stead of just leaves. Some people cook paw paw male flowers in chunky soup.

Good luck.

BTW, I know a paw paw farmer in QLD who is willing to sell paw paw leaves to anyone who needs them. Here is her contact number:

irene38@y7mail.com
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amanda says...
Hi S.G - I just mentioned this same thought to another member too....I reckon it could work - I am happy to approach Correy and ask? He could then contact members who he felt would be appropriate, and ask them - there shouldn't be any need for them to be known - as maybe the job could be shared around at certain intervals too..?
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Julie says...
Sounds like a good idea, if it could be rotated around, so no one person had to spend too much time.

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shani says...
Hi my father has bowel cancer and it is now 12cm i am desperately trying to get him the paw paw leaves to help with his cancer if anybody can help me it would be very appreciated.
I live in melbourne.
Kind regards
Shani
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3rd July 2011 10:59pm
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Jo says...
Paw Paw leaves are hard to come by in Melbourne. Have you checked out the Mangosteen Juice aka Xango juice. There are plenty of Cancer curing testimonials by Xango on the internet. Just google them. One site in Perth said "Hundreds of years of traditional results 40 years of scientific testimonials "

http://www.hotfrog.com.au/Companies/xanthones-Independent-XanGo-Distributor-Business-Promotions
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Jim says...
Hi Shani, if you don't find any here I imagine that there is an abundance of online stores that would sell something similar.
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Jantina says...
Hi Shani, I only have one plant but am happy to send you some leaves. I have replied to your email.
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snottiegobble says...
Jo, you are surely looking for trouble by the company for claiming Xango cures cancer.
As a distributor myself I know the rules about claims & that is one of them. You will find them all in the "Policies & Procedures" book.
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snottiegobble says...
Jo, you are surely looking for trouble by the company for claiming Xango cures cancer.
As a distributor myself I know the rules about claims & that is one of them. You will find them all in the "Policies & Procedures" book.
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Mike says...
Snottie I almost crossed threads and that would be like roots coming into contact with each other.I just can't use the 'z'but I won't moralize.
Is the mangosteen 'juice' made from the foul tasting skin only? About 4 years ago I saw a big outfit at the Yungaburra markets selling it and they had posters,brochures and the works.You may also know if papain is the only active ingredient in paw paw leaves that is of interest to cancer sufferers?
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snottiegobble says...
Hi Mike, The whole fruit is used , thats flesh, seeds & pericarp. It is snap frozen in Thailand & sent to Utah for process & bottling. As you pointed out the pericarp ( skin) is so astringent nobody would drink the juice without the addition of high antioxidant berries juice such as cran, rasp, straw, blueberry & cherry. However it is the skin that contains most of the unique amount of 40 odd phytonutrients called xanthones. They are very high in antioxidants ,but there are also anti-inflammatories & cox2 inhibitors (pain killers) in there too so you can see why mangosteen has been used for centuries by the Asians. We in the west only caught on 9 years ago!
Re the papaya leaves, I can only suggest that the blood filtering by the pancreas is so enhanced by papain , it can have a positive effect on the liver as well. Babaco & mountain papaya fruit also contain papain so their leaves may also be useful.

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Mike says...
Damaged pericarp has a yellow exudate snottie that hardens.Xanthones should be yellow if the latin derivation holds true, so I bet they are concentrated in the yeloow'pericarp amber'.
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snottiegobble says...
Youre on the ball Mike! I have been taken to see mangosteens growing well & flowering in Darwin, & although they produce fruit there is only one harvest per year due to the dry season.( Sth E Asia has 2 with a festival both times)
I am wondering if you could grow them successfully in Cairns? There are some plantations just south of the daintree as well!
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Mike says...
I have 3 trees at 1,1.5 and 3m tall and I planted the seeds from huge trees where I worked at Kamerunga in 1995.Iused to fill garbage bins and tank up on mangosteen, durian and some spectacular fruit which are now unavailable. Those big trees would have a major crop and a smaller one with odd extra fruiting in response to dry then wet conditions.I kept them in pots until 2003 and only the big one is fruiting.Recently I tried a giant borneo variety with a different taste so now I know in spite of parthenocarpy there is genetic variation and was more than one original crossing event.
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Mike says...
Oh yeah, in Asia it is only near the equator than has 2 roughly equal seasons.At their northern limit it is just one and between it is a big and small fruiting.
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Organic_Affair says...
There is NO such thin as 'terminal' cancer
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Bamboo shoots
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Thao says...
Which market is it, TMary?
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MaryT says...
It was in Hong Kong, Thao.
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simer says...
Hi I need couple of leaves if u still have that can help my father to recover
Thanx
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Peter Meier says...
After 7 weeks of chemo and radiation(6 days per week)
in 2010 I'm still fighting my SCC with beetroot-carrot-
paw paw leaves juice every day and org. apricot kernels (started with 5 worked up to 30 a day)in 2010-2013) in my muesli with rice milk and fruit. Crunch'em up, easier to digest and swallow. I also use a lot of
Rochwell products (papaya 35, wheatgrass etc.) One of the best anti cancer books on the market ( I believe) is
Barry Thomsons book (second one)"DEFEAT CANCER-LIKE I DID TWICE". You can tel. Barry on 0417 129 562,
to order his book and ask him anything, he's a wonderful man and has helped me like no one else in my fight with cancer. I believe you'll find everything you need to know in his book.
ISBN: 978-0-9873799-0-0.
If you would like to talk to me, call me on 0418 938732, anytime. My cancer is still in me, but I'm hammering the bastard every day....and I'm still here. After Chemo and radiation in 2010, they wanted to take half my head away, I said no and they gave me "a very short time to live", not even 6 months...but I'm still here. Please do not hesitate to call me, I'm happy to help as much as I can. I live in
Kewarra Beach (north of Cairns). Take care and give my love to your mum.
Peter
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Fay says...
An interesting read:
Sutherlandia OPC
and
Hemp oil (not hemp seed oil)
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Horacio Liendo says...
I am crying out to everyone please! My mum has been diagnosed with Liver Cancer!!! I can't find Paw Paw leaves anywhere in Sydney!!! Please I love her so much!! I need Paw Paw leaves!!! Can someone help me???

My email: cosmeticapainters@bigpond.com
My number: 0415 494 610
Home number: (02) 96288721
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phil@tyalgum says...
The local tea growers here (Madura) in Murwillumbah market a paw paw leaf tea which is easy enough to come by. I wonder if it is of any use. Earlier posts in this forum had contradictory ideas on how lemon juice works. It is similar to apple cider vinegar in that the huge acidic shock the body receives on ingestion makes you overcorrect the pH balance and you become slightly alkaline as a result. Which is necessary for our basic healthy functions.
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sternus1 says...
Blood PH is the largest steaming pile of flim flam ever perpetrated on the unwitting (indeed, scientifically illiterate)consumer in the history of bogus things.

Ask me why.
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F16 says...
Dear Jatina,
My son has itp (a blood condition where his platelets drop and he gets a lot of bruising) fresh papaya leaves really help him a lot. We used to get them from Queensland, However, because of drought there, they can’t send me any now. I would be really grateful if you can send me some leaves from your papaya tree. I am willing to pay for it including postage and any other expenses. My son is only 7 years old and he really needs the leaves. I would forever be so grateful to you. Thank you
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hai van says...
I am from Melbourne and my dad is diagnosed with lung cancer last stage. Doctor says he might have few months to live. I hear pawpaw leaves help with the condition.. I am asking anyone who knows how I can get these it will be great. I am willing to buy these and pay for all expenses to ship it down to Melbourne..

Thank you
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