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Brain Tumour Herbal Support Treatment
A malignant brain tumour is any cancer that has the potential to invade and destroy neighbouring tissue. The most common form is metastases from cancer that started somewhere else in the body.
However there are several types of primary brain tumours one group of them being Gliomas which grow from tissues that support nerve cells.
Symptoms may vary depending on where in the brain the tumour develops. Frequent or constant severe headaches, poor balance, double vision, seizures, confusion, a change in the senses and even a personality change may result.
Hormone levels may also be affected by a tumour in the pituitary gland.
For Brain Cancers in general the herbs which I have chosen for my basic support mix are; Equisetum, Comfrey, Wormwood, Sage, Nettle, Rue and Hawthorne. The Bach Flower Remedies that are included are Rock Water, Water Violet and Walnut. These herbs in combination, support one another, and address denial patterns which we believe predispose patients to brain cancers.
In addition I always recommend
MaritimePine Bark a super antioxidant to dramatically stimulate the patients immunity and ability to fight the cancer.
I ask new patients to describe their current condition and treatment program and following an assessment, I will prescribe a treatment along the lines above to begin their program.
After 3 or 4 weeks treatment with your basic program I advise you to submit to a full assessment and
My herbal mixes contain nothing but the safest herbs and I expect no reactions or side effects whatsoever from any client embarking on a course. If there are any worrying signs within the first few days of any program, ytou should stop and conatct me immediately for further advice.
I look forward to helping you to develop a fully holistic and individual program to resolve your cancer and to provide you with ongoing support and advice along your journey.
This information is not intended to replace medical diagnosis or treatment.
Herbal descriptions are examples of combinations of herbs and should not be interpreted to mean that this combination is for this condition.
Further information on Herbs and Healing: Does a Herbalist need a Medical Diagnosis?
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