Everything seems to cause cancer these days; at least it does according to what we hear in the media! One day a product is good for you and the next the same product is labelled dangerous or carcinogenic. Take sunscreen for example, we all know that overexposure to the sun’s rays can cause skin cancer. Enter sunscreen which offers different levels of protection for different types of activities and individuals. Wait for it! The chemical filters in many sunscreens create hormone disruption and cell damage which could promote cancer according to the Environmental Working Group (EWG). The media is having a field day, it is fear mongering at its very best. While there may be a lot of truth to some of these claims it has become more than a little bit ridiculous. We just can’t seem to escape the endless lists of cancer causing agents.
There is a good reason for this; cancer kills a lot of people every day all over the world. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) says that back in 2012 there were 14.1 million new cancer cases and 8.2 million people died due to cancer worldwide. That is a lot of suffering. By 2030 the IARC estimates that there will be 21.7 million new cancer cases and that of these 13 million deaths will result. I’m no doctor but this seems like epidemic proportions to me, or maybe I am just being unduly influenced by the fear mongers.
Have we gotten better at fighting cancer? Absolutely! However, we have been unable to eradicate cancer or find a definitive cure. Some cancer treatments have proven to be very effective, while others only seek to prolong life and are not curative at all. When you combine the prevalence of cancer with problems of the western lifestyle, which is being adopted worldwide, you can see where these dire predictions come from. Poor diet, smoking, insufficient physical activity, excessive alcohol consumption and an aging population present a host of health concerns, including cancer.
We are not without weapons to fight cancer. Surgery is often an option, we can’t kill it, but we can remove the cancerous growth. It is almost impossible to get every one of those mutated cells so we have to back up surgery with additional treatments. Radiation and chemotherapy are two of the most common tools in our cancer arsenal. Chemo uses drugs to destroy rapidly growing cancer cells, it also damages healthy cells. Radiation therapy uses various types of radiation to shrink tumors and kill cancer cells, but it is not so good for the healthy cells because they get destroyed too! The side effects of cancer treatment are well known; fatigue, pain, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, constipation, diarrhea, radiation sickness, skin problems and hair loss are just a partial list. So as you can see killing cancer is a tricky proposition; we want to kill the cancer but keep the patient alive.
Immunotherapy treatment is a beacon of hope for cancer treatment. This is a therapy that stimulates you own immune system to work harder or smarter to attack or weaken cancer cells. This is awesome news! It is also awesome news that comes with a price tag just like all the other treatment options. According to an article from US News (1) costs for various cancer treatments can range from $10,000 per month up to $30,000 each month.
Scorpion venom is toxic to cancer cells, specifically the venom of the Blue Scorpion. I am in no way saying that if you take this your cancer will magically be cured. Blue Scorpion venom is not a magic bullet; it is another tool in our cancer arsenal, a tool that should not be overlooked because it doesn’t have the pharmacological stamp of approval.
“It took us fifteen years to scientifically prove the beneficial effects of scorpion venom. As we came to realize, the native’s beliefs in the healing properties of this venom proved to be correct", doctor Guevara Garcia
The Cuban natives have been using this substance for tumor treatment for centuries. Before you dismiss this as a bunch of hocus pocus you should take a moment to look at the research and findings of the Cuban scientists that have been examining the properties of this scorpion venom since 1997. Active ingredients of the scorpion venom block specific cell enzymes and this prevents angiogenesis, which is when new blood vessels are created inside the tumor. If there are no new blood vessels the tumor is basically starving. Peptides identified from the venom of the Blue Scorpion, most specifically Chlorotoxin block the ability of the of some cancer cells to migrate and invade healthy cells, meaning it inhibits metastasis. (2) Years of thorough research have allowed the Cuban scientists to conclude that the venom of the Blue Scorpion is: analgesic, anti-inflammatory and sometimes even reduces the tumor size. A homeopathic drug derived from scorpion venom has been shown to reduce the spread of cancer cells and extend the patient’s life.
While you might not want to rely on this as your only source of cancer treatment like many Cuban’s do, a more synergistic approach might make this a powerful tool to fight cancer when used along with traditional allopathic treatments.
The benefits of this remedy are real and can aid in the treatment of many types of cancers. Not only have the active components of the venom shown they inhibit growth of tumors, they also improve the way your body copes with the various ramifications of cancer treatment.
With regular use Blue Scorpion Remedy will improve hematological parameters such as red and white blood cell count and hemoglobin concentration. It will provide relief for the side effects of the cytostatic drugs used during chemotherapy and the unpleasant reactions to the radiation used to shrink tumor size. Additionally it will relieve pain, fevers and inflammation. When you feel better there will be a corresponding increase in appetite and weight gain. If your blood is healthier and your body is stronger and in less pain you will be better able to withstand the medical regimens and fight back against the spread of cancer.
I understand your concerns. Venom is a toxin that is designed to kill, but this is not the first time humans have used venom in medical treatment to promote healing. A specific toxin from the King Cobra shows promise for treating chronic pain. The Deathstalker scorpion has made its own contribution to cancer treatment; its venom is being used to help precisely locate tumors during surgery. Venom from the Fire-bellied toad is being used to develop drugs that help with imaging and identifying prostate cancer (3). So, using Blue Scorpion Remedy is nowhere near as ludicrous as you might have initially presumed.
Our product is non-toxic and easy to take, just a few drops in water each day and you will see results. There are no side effects associated with this product and no unpleasant taste. So when you are not feeling your best this is a simple and effective addition to your current regimen. It is also safe to use with other treatment options so you can derive the maximum benefit from every available healing opportunity.
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