This image is convincing proof of the phenomenal ability of the human body to recover from any tumor, polyp, or cyst.
The polyp in the photo came out of my gut after an endless series of naturally squeezed juices, coffee enemas, liver and gallbladder flush, and a rigorous, balanced anti-inflammatory diet.
Tumors allow the working parts of an organ to be isolated from the damaged parts. (Self-defense.) Cysts, polyps, and tumors are a symptom of prolonged inflammatory processes. The tumor does not cause any disease - it is a result! (Symptom) Modern medicine usually tends to treat the symptoms rather than the causes of the disease. Tumor removal often does not solve the problem because it does not eliminate the factors that caused the tumor to develop.
A robust immune system can repair and break down tumors that have formed.
The human body can reverse tumors with its unique ability to make Cysts, polyps, and tumors disappear. (If the proper conditions prevail.)
- As a person with chronic cirrhosis of the liver with dozens of cysts in the liver and the kidneys, I learned to understand that the cysts are a symptom! They can also get out of the body or dissolve and disappear, provided they are unnecessary!
- On CT and MRI examination, dozens of cysts were observed in my liver. In my estimation, I could get out and neutralize most of them. For about nine years, vast amounts of tissue wrapped in membranes resembling cysts emerged. I believe an up-to-date MRI scan will confirm that I was indeed able to remove most of the cysts from my liver.
The main risk - If the body's energy decreases, there is a danger that these benign tumors will become cancerous.
To test my claim – Laboratory animals will receive exceptionally inflammatory nutrition and living conditions.
After extensive testing, it will turn the trend into anti-inflammatory nutrition and living conditions. If my claim is correct, the experiment should show a sharp decline in the amount and extent of the tumors until their complete disappearance. This is a relatively simple experiment with far-reaching implications.