Three Keys To Healing Cancer
The first and most important is “Trust”. It may be difficult for you to wrap your head around this, but for those who bristle when it comes to spiritual power and authority take rest in the prospect of real hope this story intends to provide.
I was six years old when my mom and dad took me to church for the first time. I was an empty vessel, no knowledge of God, Jesus, or the Holy Ghost. Arriving at a huge stone church was intimidating enough for a six year old, but to add to my stress I was whisked away from my parents and led to the church basement where all the children were gathered and divided into age groups. I found myself seated at a table with all the other six to eight year olds. At the center of the table was a small open jewelry box. Inside was a tie-tack in the shape of a fly fisherman. This was the prize for the child correctly answering the most quiz questions that morning. Because I was the new boy, the instructor gave me what he considered the easiest question. “Who is Joseph”? The only person I knew named Joseph was my father, so that was my answer. The table erupted with laughter. Fingers pointed, making me the object of ridicule. I was embarrassed beyond what I could stand. Needless to say when I left the church that morning I was convinced I wanted nothing to do with God or Jesus. For the next twenty seven years I walked in darkness because of what happened that day. I didn’t know I was in the dark until I found the light, and I have a feeling the same might ring true for most of you who have trouble with spiritual matters. So if that’s you, and you are facing cancer without Gods power and authority, I believe your chances of success are greatly diminished.
Here’s my suggestion. First recognize your situation. Death could be right around the corner if you can’t find a way to heal this cancer. Changes must be made, and you must be willing to make them. So give up. That’s right, give up everything you think you know, and concentrate on God in your life. It’s not that you can’t find Him, it’s just that you’ve been focusing on other things. Pick up a bible and pray God will give you ears to hear and eyes to see the truth. Then read four books in the New Testament, Mathew, Mark, Luke, and John. I’m sure you will be convinced that Jesus was God in the form of man, and though he died to give us life; he was raised from death and is now in spirit form at the right hand of the father. It is vital that you don’t slip back into unbelief and start thinking thoughts of this world. Stay focused on a higher spiritual world Humble yourself and confess to Jesus (out loud) that you believe He is the son of God the father, and that He died on the cross to pay for mankind’s sins. He was raised from the dead and is now seated at the right hand of the father. Once you do that, you are confirmed as a member of the family of God. As a family member you have all the rights of a son or daughter, and can ask your father in heaven for help. God will never leave you or forsake you. You must simply make up your mind to trust him. So start saying it aloud, “I trust you Jesus”. Give him that trust, and your path to cancer free is wide open. I did, and I am living proof of his healing power. Are you struggling with what you just read? Maybe the change of mind and heart is so radical from what you have been thinking and believing that confusion has set in. If so, call or email us, so we can help you find your way to the trust you need.
After my church testimony about using cannabis to heal cancer, a middle age woman and elder in our church, came to me with a concerned look on her face. “Jack” she said, “you shouldn’t use marijuana, you’ll get hooked.” I could see the conversation might turn ugly, so I simply asked her, “Do you like Basil?” “Yes,” she said with a puzzled look. “How about Rosemary?” “Uh huh,” she replied. “Why do you ask?” “Marijuana is an herb too,” I said as I turned and walked away. Three Sundays later the same woman came up to me and told me she had changed her mind. When I asked her why, it became obvious she had done some research. She found (in the book of Genesis) that on the third day God created all the seed baring herbs, and said they were good. Marijuana is a seed baring herb. This sweet lady who tried to save me from “reefer madness” had opened her mind after she had taken time to look at the facts. So I threw a few more out there. Marijuana is not addictive, and you cannot overdose using it. It has no dangerous side effects, so consequently no down side. Compare that with what doctors prescribe for pain. Hydrocodone, morphine, and other drugs that if not used correctly will kill you. They are addictive, overdose able, and cause pleasant little side effects like constipation, dizziness, nausea, and vomiting. I could go on, but I had better get back to the subject of cannabis and what a wonderful healing miracle it is.
Many cannabis dispensaries have two sides, a recreational side and a medical side. Some states like Arkansas have approved the medical side but not recreational. The major difference being strength or potency. When I first purchased cannabis oil for my condition, I mistakenly bought the oil on the recreational side, costing me about $1,500.00. It was RSO (Rick Simpson Oil) but just not as potent, about 500ML of THC per gram instead of up to 900ML on the medical side. Whoops, I’m getting ahead of myself. I should explain that THC is the element in cannabis that gets you high. CBC oil does not. Working in conjunction they effectively kill cancer. (See Research and Development section for more information) Below are a few typical products found in medical marijuana dispensaries.
Cannabis strains are broken up into three distinct groups: Indica, Sativa, and Hybird.
Sativa provides an uplifting effect that goes well with physical activities and creativity. Indica strains are more sedative, better for watching a movie on the couch. Hybrid strains are somewhere in the middle depending on the traits they inherit from their parent strains.
I found that the cannabis oil I mistakenly bought on the recreational side of the dispensary was still very effective in killing pain. I was taking nine hydrocodone pills, three morphine tabs, and had a fentanyl patch attached to my side daily, but after one dose of cannabis oil I woke up the next morning and my pain was gone. From that time on, I took only one hydrocodone pill daily, and that was only to counteract the withdrawal symptoms I was experiencing due to the massive amounts of opiates in my system. When I stopped dosing cannabis oil for a time, I experienced no withdrawal at all. Cannabis is a miracle!
I found diet to be an essential factor in this healing trilogy. And I give Evelyn the credit for finding the right one for me. A low glycemic diet effectively cut off the food that my cancer was feeding on.
A low-glycemic diet is one that selects foods on the basis of minimal alteration of circulating glucose levels. Glycemic index (GI) and glycemic load (GL) are measures of the effect on blood glucose level after a food containing carbohydrates is consumed. Glucose is one of the body’s main sources of energy; it is the fuel used by the brain, muscles, and other organs. Glucose is set at 100, and all foods are indexed against that number. (Wikipedia)
I checked everything I ate with the index and tried not to eat anything that had an index rating higher than 60. I felt like it kept my energy level up but did not provide an excess that the tumor could feed on. In my most deteriorated condition, when I could not lift my arms up to feed myself, Evelyn started me on whole fruit and nuts. After days and days of it I felt like a squirrel, but it was exactly what I needed. After my first dose of cannabis oil, when my pain left me, I started to eat more variety but stayed with the low glycemic index. At first I missed things like red meat, sugar, white bread, potatoes, pasta, etc. etc. But two weeks into the diet my PSA blood count went from 690 to 1. With that kind of progress I was encouraged, and my morning oatmeal began to taste better, especially when I added raisins, cinnamon, and just a touch of honey. Evelyn provides a menu and related recipes in the Diet section of this website.
When I started this change of diet I had a size 38” waist and weighed 218 lbs. Today, just eight months later, I’m a sporty 170 pounds with a 34” waist. I can actually run! Something I haven’t been able to do for almost twenty years. I can dash up the stairs, and in April I was body surfing in Costa Rica.
I am eternally grateful to my Lord Jesus Christ, Evelyn, my sisters Joanne and Janey, Stan and Andrea, and all my friends and relatives who kept me in their prayers and saw me through this difficult time in my life.