Ginger is the monumentally superior alternative to chemotherapy

Ginger is the monumentally superior alternative to chemotherapy
If you’ve seen the documentary Genetic Roulette: The Gamble of Our Lives, you may recall the farmers commenting on the intelligence of squirrels, who, when offered a choice, would always munch on the non-GMO corn cobs instead of the genetically engineered corn cobs. To humans, these two corn cobs look identical, but squirrels have more discernment. They simply refuse to ingest toxic herbicides or jumbled DNA.
When it comes to cancer treatments, men and women act dumber than squirrels.
Let’s say that your doctor has given you a cancer diagnosis. Let’s revisit animal wisdom. If a squirrel was looking over a tasty morsel of ginger on one side, or a vial full of Mehotrexate, Danorubicin or Tioguanine on the other, what would that intelligent squirrel choose? The answer is obvious. And it’s the right answer, because ginger roots, after being dried and cooked, manifest an ingredient called 6-shogaol.
This naturally occurring element is up to 10,000 times more effective at killing cancer cells than those vials of destructive drugs, reports David Guiterrez from Natural News, who states that “researchers found that 6-shogaol is active against cancer stem cells at concentrations that are harmless to healthy cells. This is dramatically different from conventional chemotherapy, which has serious side effects largely because it kills healthy as well as cancerous cells.”
Ginger, like all food and medicinal herbs comes from the soil, just like we do.
The health of our bodies is determined by the health and fertility of our soil. The champion of understanding this vital life link between human health and soil health was Dr. William Albrecht, Ph.D. His legacy of research and writings at the University of Missouri are more potent today than ever. One of his well known quotes reads like this:
“The soil is the ‘creative material’ of most of the basic needs of life. Creation starts with a handful of dust.”

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