CURCUMIN and IPCT: A Combination for Cancer Treatment Benefits
Curcumin (diferuloylmethane), a natural extract for your health, is derived from turmeric (Curcuma longa) and has been used in India for more than 2,000 years. It currently has many beneficial properties for humans, particularly as medicine.
Q: What are the benefits of curcumin?
A: “Curcumin” contains various beneficial properties such as reducing inflammation, killing bacteria, acting as an antioxidant, reducing amyloid beta in the brain, reducing blood sugar levels, and helping to prevent cancer.
Q: What are the anti-cancer properties of curcumin?
A: Research has found that curcumin helps to prevent cancerous cells from replicating, triggers the destruction of cancerous cells (apoptosis), inhibits the creation of new blood vessels inside these cells and prevents them from metastasizing.
Curcumin is used to treat leukemia, lymphoma, breast cancer, ovarian cancer, gastrointestinal cancer, cancers of the urinary system, lung cancer, brain cancer, bone cancer, head and neck cancer as well as reduce side effects such as inflammation of the skin caused by radiotherapy (radiation dermatitis).
Furthermore, curcumin is also used to treat other diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, ulcerative colitis, Alzheimer's disease, depression as well as to prevent diabetes.
Q: Which methods help the body to absorb curcumin efficiently?
A: The answer is intravenous injection of curcumin into the veins, which is more effective at treating various diseases than eating because curcumin can only be absorbed in small amounts through the digestive system.
Q: Can curcumin be used in conjunction with modern medicine?
A: Clinical trials for treating cancer patients with curcumin and chemotherapy yielded good results for pancreatic cancer, breast cancer, leukemia, prostate cancer and colorectal cancer.
Cancer! ...It would be better if cancer can be treated without destroying good cells...
An ideal combination of treatments... IPT (Insulin Potentiation Therapy) and CURCUMIN
What is IPT?
IPT (Insulin Potentiation Therapy) is a targeted cancer therapy to eliminate cancerous cells with low-dosage chemotherapy at only 5-10 % of the dosage used in hospitals by injecting low-dosage insulin followed by low-dosage chemotherapy specific to various cancers. This method helps to increase treatment efficacy and greatly reduces side effects from chemotherapy (nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, hair loss, and blisters in mouth).
...combination for better treatment...
IPCT (Insulin Potentiation Curcumin Therapy) is a targeted cancer therapy to eliminate cancerous cells without causing side effects to normal cells.
Targeted treatment principles
IPCT in general uses low-dosage insulin in conjunction with curcumin in order to increase the efficacy of curcumin in eliminating cancerous cells.
Insulin is a hormone that delivers glucose into cells because cancerous cells cannot use oxygen to convert glucose into energy. While normal cells can create 38 ATP as energy from 1 glucose molecule, cancerous cells can create only 2 ATP as energy from 1 glucose molecule. Therefore, cancerous cells require 19 times more sugar than normal cells. There are numerous insulin receptors on the surface of cancerous cells so injecting insulin approximately 15-20 minutes before giving curcumin will help cancerous cells to absorb a large amount of curcumin which increases treatment efficacy because curcumin can fully get inside to eliminate cancerous cells.
Treatment method and side effects
IPCT can be taken once per week with possible side effects during the course of treatment including nausea, sweating and mild heart palpitations while the insulin is injected which is only temporary. After IPCT is taken, you may feel slightly tired. It is advised to have plenty of water and rest.
Understanding the cause of the disease and treating it at the source by combining together beneficial treatments is at the heart of the integrated treatment of CURCUMIN and IPCT, a beneficial combination for cancer treatment of Absolute Health.