Commentary on Effective
Naturopathic Prostate Cancer Protocols

Introduction
Prostate cancer comprises a substantial part of our workload, as even the NCI reports that this cancer type makes up over 14% of all new cancer cases.
A traditional treatment in the Western Amazon for prostate cancer involves the preparation of an extract of the flower of Mashua. We currently carry this preparation as an adjunctive, called Flor de Mashua. However, this preparation is not acceptable to all prostate sufferers because of its anti-aphrodisiac properties and action on reducing testicular function.
Through experimentation and the study of ethnobotanical practices in both the Andes and Western Amazon, we came upon the following two herbal combinations which now represents our standard protocol in the treatment of both prostate cancer and BPH (benign prostate hyperplasia):
  • Sangre de Drago -- The filtered sap of an Amazonian tree, which as long been used for the treatment of wounds and cancers of the reproductive organs. [Recommended dosage: 5 drops, 3x / day, 15 drops per day total.]
  • Amazon Tonic III -- The internal version of Cansema Black Topical Salve. [1/2 to 1 tsp., 2x / day; in water or juice and taken during or after a full meal.]
Beware Misleading Prostate Cancer Tests
Throughout the world, the PSA (prostate specific antigen) test is held to be the gold standard for detecting prostate cancer, despite the fact that it has more recently been proven that 99.9% of the time it provides no meaningful benefit, and in the case of most men over 75 years old, it's pointless. Amazingly, even the man who discovered the PSA test, Richard J. Ablin, has spent years telling the public that his test is not an indicator that the patient has prostate cancer.
As a result of these revelations, in 2013, the American College of Physicians (ACP) published a statement advising that prostate cancer screening comes with limited benefits and can lead to "substantial harm".
So why is this worthless test still being pushed by the medical community --- well, cost is a big issue. Whereas a PSA test costs about $40, the cost of its chief rival, a biopsy, is $500.
The best indicator of prostate health is how you feel. If you are without pain, discomfort, unusual sensations in the area of the prostate, or irregularities in urinary flow, chances are, your prostate is fine.

Adoption of Anti-Cancer Diet
The fight against all internal cancers is aided by the adoption of a proven anti-cancer diet. We do not dictate the exact specifics of the diet -- be it Gerson, macrobiotic, ketosis-inducing, etc. as we have come to believe that there is no one perfect anti-cancer diet. A good starting point is our review of books on anti-cancer diets to give our customers wider choice.

Bio-Oxidative Therapy
We are proponents of bio-oxidative therapy, using both ozone and/or hydrogen peroxide. We provide a "bathing technique," as well as links to established protocols for taking miniscule amounts internally on our H2O2 page.

Supplemental pH Adjustment Therapy
For years, we have employed HRx as a pH adjustment tool to help cancer patients "become more alkaline" (to use the vernacular). There are, however, other approaches that work for different users in varying degrees, including the Kelmun Protocol, which is promoted by CancerTutor.com.

Input from "New German Medicine"
All cancers correspond to "thought patterns" that have the potential to initiate, encourage, aggravate, and/or spread the disease. In the case of prostate cancer, the aggravating thought patterns are usually related to conflicts involving sexual connections or connotations. One doesn't need to be a follower of Dr. Ryke Hamer's "New German Medicine" to do a personal, mental inventory of points of conflict to see if any unresolved issues can be generating the stress that contributed to the underlying prostate problem.

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Cathryn Caton, N.D.
Alpha Omega Labs
Guayaquil, Ecuador
September 5, 2013
Updated: June 25, 2015