Lung Cell Deformity
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NON-SMALL CELL LUNG DEFORMITY (NSCLD)?
Lung cancer is the second most common cancer in both men and women (not counting skin cancer), and is by far the leading cause of cell deformity death among both men and women. Each year, more people die of lung deformity than of colon, breast, and prostate combined.
Lung cancer occurs when the cells in your lungs start to grow unusually or uncontrollably. The most common type of lung cancer is called non-small cell lung cancer, where unusual growth takes place inside your lungs. As more cancer cells grow they can form into a tumor and, as the disease advances, it may spread to other parts of your body. This is called metastatic non-small cell lung cancer.
SYMPTOMS OF NSCLD?
- A cough that does not go away or gets worse
- Coughing up blood or rust-colored spit
- Chest pain that may get worse when taking deep breaths, coughing or laughing
- Weight loss and loss of appetite
- Shortness of breath
- Feeling tired or weak
- Infections such as bronchitis and pneumonia that don’t go away or keep coming back
- New onset of wheezing
When lung cancer spreads to distant organs (metastatic lung cancer) it can cause other symptoms like:
- Bone pain (like pain in the back or hips)
- Difficulty swallowing
- Swelling of the face
- Bulging veins on the neck and head
- Lumps in the neck or above the collarbone
- Yellowing of the skin and eyes
- Weakness or numbness of an arm or a leg
- Balance problems
What Causes Non-Small Cell Lung Deformity?
Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Risk Factors they cause cells to become cancerous.
Smoking and secondhand smoking
Tobacco smoking is by far the leading cause of lung deformity. About 80% of lung deformity deaths are caused by smoking, and many others are caused by exposure to secondhand smoke.
Smoking is clearly the strongest risk factor for lung deformity, but it often interacts with other factors. Smokers exposed to other known risk factors such as radon and asbestos are at even higher risk. Not everyone who smokes gets lung deformity, so other factors like genetics likely play a role as well (see below).
Lung cancer in non-smokers
Not all people who get lung deformity are smokers. Many people with lung cancer are former smokers, but many others never smoked at all.
Lung deformity in non-smokers can be caused by exposure to radon, secondhand smoke, air pollution, or other factors. Workplace exposures to asbestos, diesel exhaust or certain other chemicals can also cause lung cancers in some people who don’t smoke.
Lung cancers in non-smokers are often different in some ways from those that occur in smokers. They tend to occur at younger ages. Lung deformity in non-smokers often have certain gene changes that are different from those in cell deformity from smokers.
Gene changes that may lead to lung deformity
Some of the risk factors for lung deformity can cause certain changes in the DNA of lung cells. These changes can lead to abnormal cell growth and, sometimes, cancer. DNA is the chemical in our cells that makes up our genes, which control how our cells function. We usually look like our parents because they are the source of our DNA. But DNA also can influence our risk for developing certain diseases, including some kinds of cancer.
Some genes help control when cells grow, divide to make new cells, and die:
- Genes that help cells grow, divide, or stay alive are called oncogenes.
- Genes that help keep cell division under control or cause cells to die at the right time are called tumor suppressor genes.
Note: lung cancer can be caused by DNA changes that turn on oncogenes or turn off tumor suppressor genes.
Inherited gene changes
Some people inherit DNA mutations (changes) from their parents that greatly increase their risk for developing certain cancers. But inherited mutations alone are not thought to cause very many lung cancers.
Still, genes do seem to play a role in some families with a history of lung cancer. For example, people who inherit certain DNA changes in a particular chromosome (chromosome 6) are more likely to develop lung cancer, even if they don’t smoke or only smoke a little.
Some people seem to inherit a reduced ability to break down or get rid of certain types of cancer-causing chemicals in the body, such as those found in tobacco smoke or asbestos. This could put them at higher risk for lung cancer.
Other people inherit faulty DNA repair mechanisms that make it more likely they will end up with DNA changes. People with DNA repair enzymes that don’t work normally might be especially vulnerable to cancer-causing chemicals and radiation.
Acquired gene changes
Gene changes related to lung cancer are usually acquired during life rather than inherited. Acquired mutations in lung cells often result from exposure to factors in the environment, such as cancer-causing chemicals in tobacco smoke. But some gene changes may just be random events that sometimes happen inside a cell, without having an outside cause.
Acquired changes in certain genes, such as the TP53 or p16 tumor suppressor genes and the K-RAS or ALK oncogenes, are thought to be important in the development of non-small cell lung cancer. Changes in these and other genes may also make some lung cancers more likely to grow and spread than others. Not all lung cancers share the same gene changes, so there are undoubtedly changes in other genes that have not yet been found
Can Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Be Prevented?
Not all lung cancers can be prevented, but there are risk factors you can control.
The best way to reduce your risk of lung cancer is not to smoke and to avoid breathing in other people’s smoke.
If you stop smoking before a cancer develops, your damaged lung tissue gradually starts to repair itself.
Radon is an important cause of lung cancer. You can reduce your exposure to radon by having your home tested and treated, if needed. For more information, see Radon and Cancer.
Avoiding exposure to known cancer-causing chemicals, in the workplace and elsewhere, may also be helpful (see What Are the Risk Factors for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer?).
Eat a healthy diet
A healthy diet with lots of fruits and vegetables may also help reduce your risk of lung cancer. Some evidence suggests that a diet high in fruits and vegetables may help protect against lung cancer in both smokers and non-smokers. But any positive effect of fruits and vegetables on lung cancer risk would be much less than the increased risk from smoking.
Attempts to reduce the risk of lung cancer in current or former smokers by giving them high doses of vitamins or vitamin-like drugs have not been successful so far. In fact, some studies have found that supplements of beta-carotene, a nutrient related to vitamin A, appear to increase the rate of lung cancer in these people.
Alternative treatment for Lung Cancer
1st thing in the morning, before food swish 1tbsp of coconut oil for about 5-20 min, spit in garbage, not in sink (only coconut oil will clog drainage)
Every 3 months, alternate with olive oil if B&AB blood type, sesame oil for others
Before bed swish 1tbsp of black cumin oil for 5-20 min
|Chlorella/Spirulina||57.5g per 100 gram serving||4g per tablespoon (7 grams)||1g protein per 5 calories||Click to see complete nutrition facts for Spirulina|
|Sun Dried Tomatoes||14.1g per 100 gram serving||7.6g per cup (54 grams)||1g protein per 18.3 calories||Click to see complete nutrition facts for Sun Dried Tomatoes|
|Sun Dried Chili Peppers||10.6g per 100 gram serving||0.1g per chilli (1 gram)||1g protein per 30.6 calories||Click to see complete nutrition facts for Sun Dried Chilli Peppers|
|Shiitake Mushrooms (Dried)||9.6g per 100 gram serving||1.4g per 4 mushrooms (15 grams)||1g protein per 30.8 calories||Click to see complete nutrition facts for Dried Shiitake Mushrooms|
|Garlic||6.4g per 100 gram serving||0.6g per 3 cloves (9 grams)||1g protein per 23.3 calories||Click to see complete nutrition facts for Garlic|
|Grape Leaves||5.6g per 100 gram serving||0.8g per cup (14 grams)||1g protein per 16.6 calories||Click to see complete nutrition facts for Grape Leaves|
Avoid fresh tomatoes if B&AB blood type
|4.3g per 100 gram serving||2.9g per 1/4 cup (66 grams)||1g protein per 19.1 calories||Click to see complete nutrition facts for Tomato Paste|
|Jute Potherb (Cooked)||3.7g per 100 gram serving||3.2g per cup (87 grams)||1g protein per 10 calories||Click to see complete nutrition facts for Jute Potherb|
|Chives||3.3g per 100 gram serving||0.1g per tablespoon (3 grams)||1g protein per 9.1 calories||Click to see complete nutrition facts for Chives|
|Cauliflower (Cooked)||3g per 100 gram serving||2.7g per 1/5 head (90 grams)||1g protein per 10.7 calories||Click to see complete nutrition facts for Green Cauliflower|
|Spinach (Cooked)||3g per 100 gram serving||1.3g per cup (44 grams)||1g protein per 7.7 calories||Click to see complete nutrition facts for Malabar Spinach|
|Pumpkin (Cooked)||2.7g per 100 gram serving||1.9g per cup (71 grams)||1g protein per 7.8 calories||Click to see complete nutrition facts for Pumpkin Leaves|
|Shallots||2.5g per 100 gram serving||0.3g per tablespoon, chopped (10 grams)||1g protein per 28.8 calories||Click to see complete nutrition facts for Shallots|
|Coriander (Cilantro)||2.1g per 100gram serving||0.1g per 1/4 cup (4g)||1g protein per 11 calories||Click to see complete nutrition facts for Coriander|
High amount of calcium
Only from plants for men, women can take supplement 250mg and higher
Top 10 Calcium Rich Foods
1) Raw Milk
1 cup: 300 mg (30% DV)
2) Kale (cooked)
1 cup: 245 mg (24% DV)
3) Sardines (with bones) cooked
2 ounces: 217 mg (21% DV)
4) Yogurt or Kefir
6 oz: 300 mg (30% DV)
1 ½ cup cooked: 93 mg (9% DV)
1 cup: 41 mg (4% DV)
1 oz: 224 mg (22% DV)
8) Bok Choy
1 cup:74 mg (7% DV)
1 cup: 82 mg (8% DV)
1 oz: 76 mg (8% DV)
Small frequent meals/snacks, every 2 hr, especially if A&AB blood type
Only fluoride free oral care and water.
NO aluminum, NO plastics, NO alcohol, NO caffeine, NO processed or fried foods, NO refined sugars or white flower, NO microwaves
NO high fiber foods: Onions, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, lentils, carbonated drinks, beer, fatty foods
High Protein diet – tomato (paste), sun dried tomatoes, mushrooms, spirulina, chlorella, protein powder, cottage cheese, mozzarella, kefir, protein powder
Cold Showers – start gradually alternating hot-cold water every 2 min
Music – binaural beats 30-45 min 2-3 times a day (headphones – preferred)
Breathing – diaphragm 4 variants & alternate QiGong
Fitness – mandatory cardio and weight training in moderation 2-3, 3-2 ratio for lowering estrogen level naturally.
Minimal fat around waist line is a must for all cancer patients, especially in breast
Water – 1, 2 liters per day, especially if loose stool or diarrhea, Fiji or Nano alkaline water if possible
In 8oz glass water add 1 drop peppermint/lemon oil (alternate)
Important – only small sips of water with breaks, especially for brain cancer
Milk Thistle – lowers estrogen level, cleanse the liver
Essiac tea – Essiac International (available in powder, caps, liquid) or any other trusted products – twice a day 1hr before meal
Vitamins – Vit С,D, В-12, В-17 (injections best) and raw apricot pits
Curcumin – If golden milk – best at night, if capsules – 2 twice a day
Juicing – Aloe Vera juice, Green Leafy veggies, Carrots, Apples, Beets
To preserve the nutritional content, the juice should be prepared hourly using a two-step juicer or a masticating juicer used with a separate hydraulic press.
- 6 ounces (1 cup) cultured dairy (cottage cheese, goat’s milk kefir or amasai)
- 4 tablespoons sprouted and ground chia or flax
- 1 tablespoon flaxseed oil
- 1 teaspoon turmeric powder
- 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
Mix all the ingredients together in bowl or blender and consume once daily.
Meditation & praying (daily) – 1st 4-4:30 am, 2nd 3-3:30 pm
Coffee enemas – 3-5 /day
Phytoplankton – 3g of 100% Pure Marine Phytoplankton; 1g taken 1/2 hour before meals as that is when the stomach is at its most emptiest.
5 weeks after surgery, colon surgery – 8 weeks
Liver Cleanse – every 6 months. Colo-rectal post surgery patients should wait 2 months before cleansing
Anti-parasitic – DMSO, CDS (Chlorine dioxide)
Organic Sulfur (MSM) – Do not take MSM if you are taking high doses of aspirin or any type of blood thinner.
This protocol is synergistic with chemotherapy and makes chemotherapy more effective and less damaging. However, if you are on any other type of prescription drug, do NOT use organic sulfur until after you talk to your pharmacist and physician about using high doses of organic sulfur (2 or 3 tbsp of the crystals a day) with your prescription drugs. That is what pharmacists get paid to do.
Do not drink any form of tap water with this protocol, as tap water contains chlorine which can neutralize MSM. For those who are taking the Budwig Diet (e.g. Cellect-Budwig, Bill Henderson protocols, etc.) MSM and Vitamin C should NOT be used within three hours of the Budwig Diet, on both sides. It is perfectly safe to take MSM and Vitamin C, but not within the three hours on both sides
Iodine 1 oz J.CROW’S® Lugol’s Solution of Iodine
Internally: 1 capsule each Frankincense, Lavender morning and evening
Topically: Frankincense, and Lavender topically morning and evening
Day 4 – 6
Internally: 1 capsule each of Frankincense, Peppermint morning and evening
Topically: Frankincense, Frankincense, Peppermint topically morning and evening
Day 7 – 9
Internally: 1 capsule each of Frankincense, Rosemary morning and evening
Topically: Frankincense, Rosemary topically morning and evening
Day 10 – 12
Internally: 1 capsule each of Frankincense, Jasmine morning and evening
Topically: Frankincense, Jasmine topically morning and evening
Day 13 – 15
Internally: 1 capsule each of Frankincense, Thyme morning and evening
Topically: Frankincense, Thyme topically morning and evening
The oils may be rotated as often as necessary.
NOTE: for different type of cancer oils protocols vary
Raindrop Treatment: Balance, Oregano, Thyme, Basil, Wintergreen, Marjoram, Cypress, Wintergreen, Peppermint.
Pain Formulas – White Fir and Frankincense applied topically.
OR In a capsule for internal consumption: 12 drops Wintergreen 8 drops Vetiver 8 drops Helichrysum
For nerve-type pain, 1/3 capsule Vetiver, 1/3 Peppermint, 1/3 Deep Blue topically and internally.
Some may work better for you than others. The trick with any treatment is finding what works best for your biochemically unique system. “You will not find concentrations like those in doTERRA oils anywhere else.”
Acupoint for Reducing Nausea and Vomiting
- Position your hand so that your palm is facing you. Relax your fingers.
- Place the first three fingers of your opposite hand across your wrist, aligning your ring finger with the wrist crease (Figure 1). Next, place your thumb below and slightly under your index finger (Figure 2). The thumb should be centered on the wrist and you will feel two prominent tendons underneath. That is acupoint P6.
- Apply firm pressure to the acupoint for at least three minutes.
- Repeat on the opposite wrist.
Acupoint for Reducing Pain
- Position your hand with your palm facing down. Gently spread your fingers.
- Use your opposite thumb and middle finger to find the slight indentation between the base of your thumb and index finger (see figure). That is pressure point LI4.
- Apply firm pressure to the acupoint for five minutes.
- Repeat on the opposite hand.
Acupoint for Reducing Anxiety
- Place your thumb or middle finger between your eyebrows at the root of your nose (see figure). That is acupoint Extra 1.
- Apply gentle pressure to the acupoint for 10 minutes. Less time is fine if you don’t have 10 minutes to spare.
For added relaxation, focus on your breathing and consider visualizing yourself in a peaceful place, such as in a garden, by a stream or on a cloud.
Integrative complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies can be used to treat the symptoms of lung cancer and the side effects of lung cancer treatment. But these therapies are not meant to be stand-alone cures. People can use them to help feel better during and after conventional cancer treatments
Nearly all people with lung cancer face symptoms related to their disease or treatment. Some common symptoms include:
- poor well-being
Acupuncture can be effective in managing the nausea and vomiting associated with chemotherapy. It can also help manage pain after surgery.
Essential oils commonly used include:
- lavender, which promotes calmness
- frankincense, which is meditative, kill cancer cells
- jasmine, which is uplifting
- peppermint, which fights nausea and cut cancer cells from food supply, causing cancer cell starvation
- rosemary, which relieves pain and congestion
- thyme, cancer cell shrinking and suffocating to death
Add a few drops of essential oil to jojoba oil and apply to pressure points like wrists, the neck, and behind the ears. You can also add a drop to your favorite face wash or 4 to 5 drops to a relaxing bath.
In China, more than 133 herbal supplements have been historically used to treat lung cancer. These supplements are used alongside conventional treatments like chemotherapy.
The most commonly used herbal supplements include:
- astragalus: boost the immune system, slows tumor growth, prevents tumors from spreading, enhance the efficacy of chemotherapy drugs, chronic hepatitis as well. Astragalus is an adaptogen, e.g helps protect the body from physical, mental, or emotional stress. Stimulates spleen, liver, lungs, circulatory, and urinary system, to help treat arthritis, asthma, and nervous conditions and to lower blood sugar levels and blood pressure.
- nan sha shen (American silvertop root): acts as an antibiotic, treat dry coughing that works by reducing inflammation, tissue permeability, and cancer-promoting chemicals in the body
- gan cao (licorice root): known as an expectorant that accelerates mucous secretion, usually prescribed to relieve cough and shortness of breath
- poria (fu ling): works as a diuretic in patients experiencing edema (fluid retention beneath the skin), reduces phlegm, and improves sleep in insomnia patients
- oldenlandia diffusa (snake-needle grass): kills cancer cells
- asparagus root: kills and prevent cancer cells from growing
Massage can ease pain and promote relaxation. People with lung cancer will usually feel pain in the nerves or muscles around the following areas:
- upper back
View extensive list of clinics that offer natural cancer treatments including:
- Sono-Photo Dynamic Therapy
- Rigvir Virotherapy
- Near Infra-Red Sauna
- Biological Dentistry
- Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
- Ozone Therapy
- Laetrile / Vitamin B17
- IV Vitamin C
- IV PolyMVA
- IV Artesunate
- Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT)
- Fractionated (Low Dose) Chemotherapy
- Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)