Refer to Naturopathic Cancer Protocol

MCP
IP6
*Lycopene
Vitamin C
*Mushroom blend
*Green tea
Quercetin
D3 1000 (test levels)
probiotics
Lysine
Zinc
Niacinamide
Pomegranate
*Folic acid
*Selenium
Garlic
Flax meal
Walnut
Glutamine
Artemesinin 300 mg tid pulsed every other week
Exercise 30 minutes daily

Prostate Cancer Protocol: Intense
for Metastatic Prostate Cancer

1. Melatonin: 20 mg daily HS
2. Vitamin D 10,000 iu daily
3. Vitamin E: 1,200 iu daily
4. Vitamin A: 50,000 iu daily
5. Citrus Pectin: 1 tsp tid
6. Zinc: 100 mg daily
7. CoQ10: 600 mg daily
8. 6 gm fish oil daily (6 capsules)
9. Selenium: 1,000 mcg daily
10. Lycopene 15 mg daily
11. Soy Isoflavones 100 mg daily
12. Camelia sin. (Green tea): equivalent of thee cups daily
13. Botanical Immune formula (Immune tonic): daily as directed
14. Hot Bath Fever therapy twice weekly: to 104 degrees 30 minutes
15. NAC: 1000 mg daily
16. Lipoic acid: 600 mg daily
17. Kaprex or KappArrest: one, twice daily
18. Vit C: to tolerance (no less then 10 grams daily)
19. Daily constitutional hydrotherapy
20. Boron
21. Calcium-d-Glucarate
22. Lipotrophic factors
23. Artemisinin 300 mg daily, one week on, one week off – pulsed
This is an upward adjustment in the intensity of what we have done, in order to seek greater improvement in the cancer, and further reduce its progression. This is more difficult, but should yield more obvious improvement. We will follow this with regular labs (acid phosphatase), probably every 3 months to track progress.

General Instructions to
Improve Prostate Health

1. Flax meal (ground flax seeds): 1 heaping tablespoonful daily.
2. Fish Oil: 2,000 mg daily
3. Soy Isoflavones (genistine): daily intake of soy milk, etc.
4. Vitamin D: 6,000 mg daily
5. Pomegranate juice (Costco): 8 oz daily.

This is an upward adjustment in the intensity of what we have done, in order to seek greater improvement in the cancer, and further reduce its progression. This is more difficult, but should yield more obvious improvement. We will follow this with regular labs (acid phosphatase), probably every 3 months to track progress.

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