Just 14 years ago, in January 2001, I was getting fed up with a sore on the top of my right ear, which was growing and would not respond to any usual applications. I visited my local GP, and he sent me to Lincoln Hospital for examination. They immediately said it was skin cancer, of a type called squamous cell carcinoma. I had a biopsy which confirmed it. The surgeon said he would have to remove a significant portion of my ear, but could not guarantee the infection had not reached elsewhere, or wouldn’t return. That was daunting news, and I went home fearful and despondent.
For a time I delayed taking any action other than asking the elders of our fellowship to anoint me with oil and pray. This was in March. Nothing happened. But shortly afterwards I remembered someone telling me that apple pips helped destroy cancer, so everyone kept their pips for me, and we ground them up, and I took them daily. Amazingly I noticed a slight arresting of the growth of the ulcer. But on researching further I found that many pips and kernels contained an active ingredient which attacked cancer cells but had no effect on healthy tissue. One of those with the greatest amount of this ingredient, known as amygdalin, Vitamin B17, was apricot kernels. Obtaining a supply of these I took seven each day over a period of three months and watched the ulcer slowly decline until there was nothing left. God had answered that prayer in a very instructive way.
On visiting the surgeon, he was pleased to see what had happened, and took photographs, but when I told him about my daily dose of kernels, he showed not only disinterest but almost embarrassment, and just said that it was a case of “regression”. Later investigation showed me that the medical profession declines to accept any natural cure for cancer. My local GP still adamantly refuses to accept the kernels as responsible for my healing.
Over the last 14 years I have continued to take ten kernels a day as a prophylactic, and there has been no return of cancer. I obtain kernels from a supplier in South Africa because in the UK they have only been sold by Holland and Barratt, but that supply has now closed. Even there, when looking on the bottle, it said “take no more than two kernels a day.” In other words, far too small a dose to do any good. I expect the company was ruled by the pharmaceutical giants which have a tight grip on the sale of natural medicines. For a time these kernels were banned from sale in the USA, and one can only ask why there is such a heavy hand operating – could it be due to finance?
It seems that God has supplied mankind with the wherewithal to attack all manner of disease with suitable natural ingredients, whether seeds, leaves, or roots, and the study of this is well known, but not widely accepted today. The leaves of the tree of life will promote healing, according to Rev.22:2.
Many internal cancers grow to the point where nothing can be done, simply because it is an insidious growth that hides itself until too late. My wife was one such, who died last year. We had no knowledge of cancer until she had a scan, and then it was too late and she lasted only two months before death. Some medical practitioners declare Vitamin B17 to be a miracle cure. Well, it certainly worked for me. Perhaps a daily dose as a prophylactic wouldn’t be a bad idea for those still in health. Just a suggestion. After all, over 30% of people in the UK are now being diagnosed with cancer.
Try putting Laetrile, amygdalin, or Vitamin B17 on Google to get an overview of information. Most informative.