In 1800, Italian-born physicist Alessandro Volta built what became known as the electric battery. It was the first device able to produce a steady electric current.
Now some European and Chinese doctors have embraced a therapeutic use of this invention that the U.S. medical establishment refuses to acknowledge, namely…
…electrical currents have proven to dissolve and destroy cancer tissue!
.The process is known as galvanotherapy, electrotherapy or electrochemotherapy (ECT). According to acclaimed medical journalist Dr. Morton Walker, D.P.M., this cancer treatment was first applied in 1969 by the Austrian physician Dr. Rudolf Pekar1.
Dr. Pekar successfully used electrotherapy to treat a variety of cancerous growths, including:
Since then, Nobel nominee Professor Bjorn E. W. Nordenstrom, MD, PhD, of Stockholm, Sweden introduced ECT with galvanotherapy to Chinese healers in 1988.
Within 5 years, Chinese doctors had implemented the treatment in 818 hospitals throughout China.
ECT is most often used along with other therapies, not as a standalone “magic bullet”. We know of at least one German clinic that uses it in conjunction with low-dose chemotherapy. It’s one of a number of “adjunctive therapies” (including hyperthermia) that enable chemotherapy to work in small doses that don’t cause you to throw up, lose your hair, or generally give up trying because the treatment is so awful. ECT/galvanotherapy weakens cancer cells so that a small dose of the toxic drug is enough to kill them.
So how does it work? Basically, a trained doctor administers local anesthesia before attaching electrodes with needles inserted into the skin. The doctor places the electrodes at the region where cancer has been detected.
The patient then receives a weak electrical current — typically 10 volts or less. The electricity attacks cancer cells in one of two ways:
The best part of this treatment is — NO HEALTHY TISSUE is damaged by the electrical currents. Plus, the outpatient procedure doesn’t cost much. So electrotherapy treatments won’t cause pain to your body — or to your wallet!
If you think ECT/galvanotherapy sounds far-fetched, think again. Treatment with weak electric currents has been used for years, especially in orthopedics, where it has been used to help speed up the healing process in broken bones and to reduce pain.
Chinese report incredible success rates
According to Dr. Morton Walker, the three year survival rate for Chinese cancer patients undergoing electrotherapy tops 70 percent.
And the worldwide estimate for the three year remission rate is about 72 percent for most cancers treated with this therapy.
Dr. Walker’s Special Report, Natural Cancer Remedies that Work, devotes a chapter to this therapy. The report also features 9 other cancer therapies that he’s selected as among the best, based on his 40 years of experience investigating natural cures and treatments.
You’ll probably have to buy a plane ticket and travel to Austria or Germany to undergo this treatment. But given the treatment’s stellar success rate for killing cancer cells…
…it could be one of the best health investments you’ll ever make!
Meanwhile, if you go to Germany for ECT. . .
. . .you’ll probably encounter this next “forbidden in the USA” therapy as well.
Mistletoe is actually a powerful medicinal plant used since ancient times. References to mistletoe’s “cure-all” properties date back as far as the ancient Greeks and the Druids.
It’s been used for centuries to treat everything from epilepsy, hypertension and headaches to menopausal symptoms, infertility and arthritis. And though it’s potent for many uses, it’s especially deadly on cancer tumors.
While it’s most often talked about as a complement to conventional treatment, many have experienced success using mistletoe as part of a complete alternative strategy.
The modern focus on mistletoe as a solution for cancer began around the 1920’s, and has steadily become more widespread. In certain European countries, products made from European mistletoe are among the most prescribed therapies for cancer patients.
In fact, doctors in Germany treat over 50% of their cancer patients with mistletoe in one form or another. If you go to Germany for cancer treatment (and I think it’s a good idea), you’ll very likely come across one of the mistletoe extracts. You can get more details in our Special Report, German Cancer Breakthrough. It’s a guide to the best German alternative cancer clinics.
My colleague Andrew Scholberg — our house expert on alternative cancer clinics — says mistletoe is the “laetrile of Germany.” While Mexican clinics tend to rely on laetrile (and, yes, it DOES work), the German clinics go in for mistletoe.
The most common treatment is to inject the mistletoe extract under the skin. Of course, the FDA doesn’t allow injectable mistletoe to be sold or used in the United States except for research (maybe they’re worried everyone will want to kiss you?), so your only options here are oral formulas. But we have heard of American patients coming back from a German clinic with their own supply of the extract and finding an American doctor who will inject it for them.
Iscador is the most well-known brand of mistletoe extract. Mistletoe is a sort of “parasite” plant that grows on and draws nourishment from different types of host trees. The type of host tree affects Iscador’s properties, so the product comes in different formulas for treating different types of cancers. You can get Iscador® P from pine trees, Iscador® Q from oak trees, and Iscador® M from apple trees.
One of the main reported benefits of Iscador is a dramatic increase in quality of life while battling cancer. As you can imagine, your chances of success increase greatly when you experience such improvements as:
Pretty dramatic for a “decorative plant” — eh? And it gets better. Mistletoe also…
The next time you hang a bough of mistletoe in your doorway, you’ll have more to appreciate than its power to get you a holiday smooch.
If you’d like to learn more about its cancer killing powers, click here.
Lee Euler, Publisher