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Sarcoma (Viral)

Bryan Applications, S

There are two kinds of cancer. One is derived from epithelial tissue and is called a carcinoma, while the other is derived from the tissues developed from the mesoblastic layer of the embryo, namely, connective tissue and muscle, and is called a sarcoma. Each is what is known as a malignant tumor, it eats into and destroys the healthy tissue by which it is surrounded, and it tends to spread to distant organs of the body. But while the chief route for the dissemination of a carcinoma is by the lymphatic vessels, and carriage through the blood vessels is relatively uncommon, the converse holds with regard to sarcoma. Another difference is that sarcoma is not uncommon in children, while carcinoma is seldom found.

An account of the different varieties of carcinoma is given under the heading Cancer.

The sarcomata are classified mainly according to the shape of the cells composing the tumor. There is the small round-celled, the large round-celled, the small spindle-celled and the large spindle-celled. Both of the small-celled varieties are very deadly, growing with great rapidity. In consequence of this rapid rate of growth it may be found that many of the cells in the spindle variety are actually round, though an intermediate stage in this transition from the spindle to the round cell is found in cells which from their shape are described as oat-cells.

A special variety of sarcoma is called the melanotic sarcoma. Its cells contain much pigment and it arises from a mole, the retina, or perhaps from pigmented cells connected with the skin. It rapidly extends to the lymphatic glands in its neighborhood. Another special variety, the endothelial sarcoma, or endothelioma, arises from the endothelial cells lining small blood vessels. What is called the myeloid sarcoma is so benign that it is now hardly regarded as a sarcoma at all. It is derived from the bone-marrow.

Sometimes groups of cells in a sarcoma are developed into bone, or cartilage or some other recognizable tissue, and then one speaks of an osteosarcoma, a chondrosarcoma, a myxosarcoma, and so on.

Diagnosis of the growth:

A sarcoma may occur in any part of the body, but bones and the retina are common sites. When growing in the places where it can be felt, it may appear first as a slight, painless swelling, though if growing very rapidly it may cause considerable pain. Often there is difficulty in distinguishing between a sarcoma and a benign tumor or a chronic inflammatory swelling, due to syphilis or some other cause, but a microscopical examination of a small piece of the growth should reveal its true nature. If allowed to persist a sarcoma may grow out and burst through the skin. Symptoms pointing to the spread of the growth to other organs may make their appearance. Thus, spitting of blood, breathlessness or pleural effusion would be highly suggestive of involvement of the lung.

The best treatment is removal of the growth by operation, if possible, and when a limb is affected this generally means amputation. When this cannot be done, treatment by X-rays or radium may be tried, or other drugs may be injected which are usually more harmful to the body even than X-rays. This treatment, however, does not appear to be of use in sarcomata in bone. See: Cancer.. Tumor..

Application and treatment:

Tumors are benign and grow to be malignant if they continue long enough. Its growth is nature’s way of disposing of poisons that cannot be detoxified by the liver, or stored in the lymphatic system. If wrong habits are continued and the system gets clogged more with poisons and starved for minerals, malignancy may occur. Often, detoxifying, together with increased intake of deficient minerals, vitamins, herbs and amino acids will cause the tumor to go away with polarization and surgery can be avoided. If not, such a preparation puts one in shape to go through surgery in good physical condition.

When the lymphatic system becomes clogged, kernels develop in the neck, groin, under arms, in the breast and elsewhere. The lymphatic system is overloaded. Activate the lymphatic system with massage, with negative polarity, with herbs, with forced deep breathing, avoid grief and resentment. Use positive cheerful thinking, gratitude and cultivate appreciation, in addition to the effort to eat right if you want to be free of cancer. See: Cancer..

Research victory in sight:

(1) Detoxify the body with positive polarity from polarizers and follow with negative polarity to dissolve out cancer,
(2) Eat natural, raw foods and keep on polarizing food positive. Potassium is needed in the tissues and nerves and sodium (whey) are salts of body fluids. Potassium is best taken from rice polishing’s. Lymphatic pumping is necessary combined with electric therapy to simulate the cells and increase chlorophyll and general hygienic measures are needed. Nerves are 50% Na & 50% K.

Herbs for tumors:

Redroot herb taken internally will cause tumors to dissolve and helps to clear out the lymphatic system. Other herbs for tumors are: Blue Violet, Coral, Mugwort, White Oak Bark, Elder, Sanicle, St John’s Wort, Witch Hazel, Flaxseed, Chicken Weed, Yellow Dock, Mullein, Tansy, Wood Sage, Coltsfoot, Skunk Cabbage, Celandine, Hops, Sorrel, Rock Rose.

Potassium foods:

Egg yolks, goat’s milk, garlic, green vegetables, alfalfa, mustard, raw cauliflower, raw potatoes, raw tomatoes, raw cabbage, citrus fruits, berries, green beans, greens. Sodium foods:

Citrus fruits, cherries, berries, dates, grapes, apricots, apples, tomatoes, watermelons, celery, spinach, okra, cabbage, dandelion, beets, turnips.

Calcium foods:

Whole grains, goat’s milk, unsalted nuts (no peanuts), almonds, citrus fruits, tomatoes, apples, apricots, onions, garlic, dandelion, spinach, cauliflower, alfalfa, carrots, turnips, parsnips.

Magnesium foods:

Alfalfa, spinach, cauliflower, alfalfa, lemons, oranges, limes, plums, grapefruit, cherries, apples, gooseberries, tomatoes, nuts, figs. Taking these things in raw juices allows one to get many more minerals which has proven beneficial in cancer cases.

Electrode pad placement:

One of the effective ways of insuring that the sarcoma is properly targeted is to carefully determine the location of the arteries which lead into the affected area, and the veins leading away from it. If the area is in the leg, for example, begin and end treatments with the positive pad placed

over the nearest major arterial junction (where the vessel branches) and the negative over the nearest venous junction. Reverse polarity several times, ending with 3 to 5 minutes with the above polarity. Water pan applications should be an integral part of the session, and this portion should be of at least 60 minutes in duration. Decrease the intervals of sessions from every 72 hours to every 24 hours only when detoxification is complete. Expect complete recovery, time will depend on the size and location of the growth. As in all frequency applications, if no results are apparent within a reasonable time, surgery may be necessary. If so, continue with sessions as supplement and to prevent spreading and transportation of cancer to other areas of the body.