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cancer cure ? Asparagus

This is from a friend

My Mom has been taking the full-stalk canned asparagus that she pureed and she took 4 tablespoons in the morning and 4 tablespoons later in the day. She did this for over a month. She is on chemo pills for Stage 3 lung cancer in the pleural area and her cancer cell count went from 386 down to 125 as of this past week. Her oncologist said she does not need to see him for 3 months.

Several years ago, I had a man seeking asparagus for a friend who had cancer. He gave me a photocopied copy of an article, entitled, Asparagus for cancer 'printed in Cancer News Journal, December 1979. I will share it here, just as it was shared with me: I am a biochemist, and have specialized in the relation of diet to health or over 50 years. Several years ago, I learned of the discovery of Richard R. Vensal, D.D.S. that asparagus might cure cancer. Since then, I have worked with him on his project We have accumulated a number of favorable case histories. Here are a few examples:

Case No. 1, A man with an almost hopeless case of Hodgkin's disease (cancer of the lymph glands) who was completely incapacitated. Within 1 year of starting the asparagus therapy, his doctors were unable to detect any signs of cancer, and he was back on a schedule of strenuous exercise.

Case No. 2 , a successful businessman 68 years old who suffered from cancer of the bladder for 16 years. After years of medical treatments, including radiation without improvement, he went on asparagus. Within 3 months, examinations revealed that his bladder tumor had disappeared and that his kidneys were normal.

Case No. 3, a man who had lung cancer. On March 5th 1971, he was put on the operating table where they found lung cancer so widely spread that it was inoperable. The surgeon sewed him up and declared his case hopeless. On April 5th he heard about the Asparagus therapy and immediately started taking it. By August, x-ray pictures revealed that all signs of the cancer had disappeared.. He is back at his regular business routine.

Case No. 4, a woman who was troubled for a number of years with skin cancer. She finally developed different skin cancers which were diagnosed by the acting specialist as advanced. Within 3 months after starting on asparagus, her skin specialist said that her skin looked fine and no more skin lesions. This woman reported that the asparagus therapy also cured her
kidney disease, which started in 1949. She had over 10 operations for kidney stones, and was receiving government disability payments for an inoperable, terminal, kidney condition. She attributes the cure of this kidney trouble entirely to the asparagus.

I was not surprised at this result, as `The elements of materia medica', edited in1854 by a Professor at the University of Pennsylvania , stated that asparagus was used as a popular remedy for kidney stones. He even referred to experiments, in 1739, on the power of asparagus in dissolving stones. Note the dates! We would have other case histories but the medical
establishment has interfered with our obtaining some of the records. I am therefore appealing to readers to spread this good news and help us to gather a large number of case histories that will overwhelm the medical skeptics about this unbelievably simple and natural remedy.

For the treatment , asparagus should be cooked before using, and therefore canned asparagus is just as good as fresh. I have corresponded with the two leading canners of asparagus, Giant and Stokely, and I am satisfied that these brands contain no pesticides or
preservatives. Place the cooked asparagus in a blender and liquefy to make a puree, and store in the refrigerator. Give the patient 4 full tablespoons twice daily, morning and evening. Patients usually show some improvement in 2-4 weeks. It can be diluted with water and used as a
cold or hot drink. This suggested dosage is based on present experience, but certainly larger amounts can do no harm and may be needed in some cases. As a biochemist I am convinced of the old saying that `what cures can prevent.' Based on this theory, my wife and I have been using asparagus puree as a beverage with our meals. We take 2 tablespoons diluted in water to suit our taste with breakfast and with dinner. I take mine hot and my wife prefers hers cold. For years we have made it a practice to have blood surveys taken as part of our regular checkups. The last blood survey, taken by a medical doctor who specializes in the nutritional approach to health, showed substantial improvements in all categories over the last one, and we can attribute these improvements to nothing but the asparagus drink.
As a biochemist, I have made an extensive study of all aspects of cancer, and all of the proposed cures. As a result, I am convinced that asparagus fits in better with the latest theories about cancer.

Asparagus contains a good supply of protein called histones , which are believed to be active in controlling cell growth.. For that reason, I believe asparagus can be said to contain a substance that I call cell growth normalizer . That accounts for its action on cancer and
in acting as a general body tonic. In any event, regardless of theory, asparagus used as we suggest, is a harmless substance. The FDA cannot prevent you from using it and it may do you much good. It has been reported by the US National Cancer Institute, that asparagus is the highest tested food containing glutathione , which is considered one of the body's most potent anticarcinogens and antioxidants.


Mary's dishes

Mary has a real talent and I predict when she returns to Philipines she will be very sucessfull as a restaurant owner

Kenny,Samy and me enjoing Mary's dishes

Lamb Kabsa


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Filipino Oregano-Ogórecznik

Got this from Mary In Dubai

Use for cooking meats and for salads real pungent,stronger then reg. oregano
This is a succulent, do not overwater and it prefers shade
Common names: Suganda (Tagalog); country borage, Indian borage, Bread and Butter Plant, Spanish Thyme, Coleus, Maratha, Militini, East Indian Thyme, Ogórecznik
Scientific name: Plectranthus amboinicus (Lour.) Spreng.

Medicinal uses : Leaf juice and decoction for asthma, cough; pounded leaves for insect bites, poultice for headache and gas pain.Toxic to the animals

Samad Iraqi Restaurant in Dubai Maskouf fish


The star of Samad Iraqi Restaurant menu is the true specialty dish of Iraq, maskouf (or masgouf). They have live carp from the Euphrates delivered to swim in the tiled pool that sits in the restaurant’s outside kitchen (in Iraq, the fish are caught in the Tigris and can reach upwards of 30 pounds). Make a point to ask your waiter or the manager if you can see the kitchen where the maskouf is cooked; the pool is only a few feet away from the fire pit, where the fish are split in half and grilled, vertically sandwiched between wooden sticks. The result is a fish like none other I’ve ever had. The flesh is incredibly light with a very buttery taste, the result of the fish’s own oils being charred by direct heat from the wood fire. The whole fish comes to the table split in half and is best eaten with your hands to avoid the many small bones. The deliciously tart pickled beets and freshly sliced onions and tomatoes sprinkled with paprika are great eaten in the same bite as the maskouf; the pickled beets balance out the buttery fish and bring out the spices and herbs sprinkled on the carp before it’s grilled.

For the same reason, my favorite drink to accompany the maskouf is freshly squeezed lemon juice mixed with nana (mint). The lemon juice and mint are blended together so that the top of the glass carries more than an inch of frothy lemon foam. The drink’s pucker cuts through the oil of the hummus, baba ghanoush, and grilled dishes.



This is a city of the super rich and the super poor. You are unlikely to see a place where the divide between the "have nots" and the "have yachts" is so apparent. The local-born Emiratis, who make up about 12% of the population, are typically extremely wealthy, but the town was built on the backs of a huge working-class population predominantly from the Indian subcontinent and from less prosperous areas of the Gulf. Sitting between the two groups is a burgeoning band of expats, mostly from the West, who are profiting to varying degrees from the city's modern day Gold Rush.Last friday when I went to the gas station with Samy the judge(Alkadi),the young UAE citizen pulled to the gas station and lit up a cigarette in view of non smoking decals,i have promptly informed a Thai attendant of this situation ,but he said this is their country and 30 % of the customers smoke at the cars and he is afraid to make any comments and afraid of being hurt by this 12 %.Fortunately Samy has returned quickly enough from the station and stopped my divagations of being blown up at Dubai gas station.What a way to go.Maybe these guys know something about the risks of combining fire and gasoline that I don't, but I'm pretty sure that you're not supposed to smoke at a gas station.