There is an Amish healer in Indiana named Solomon Wickey that has gained quite a following. People line up along his road long before daylight seeking his knowledge. We know several people who have used his methods before.
In any event, we recently received communication from someone who swears Solomon’s cancer protocol cured his cancer. We want to share this protocol with you. We are not making any claims about this system nor its ability to “treat” or “cure” cancer or any other disease. We are simply giving you information that was given to us to use or not use as you and your doctor see fit.
“Terminals are for air planes.”- Solomon Wickey
Fresh fruits, fresh vegetables, minimally cooked, whole grains, nuts (not peanuts), real butter and cottage cheese(the protein precipitated from milk).
No meat or meat related products
such as eggs and cheese (except cottage cheese), milk and all other diary products.
|No sugar, salt, white flour, peanuts or starch.|
|*Can use Bragg’s amino acids in place of salt|
|1 quart of carrot and celery juice mix. Take daily for 4 months.|
|SUPPLEMENTS- If liquid take 40 drops/day with meals for 4 weeks. If capsules, follow instructions on the bottle or get help from a trusted health care professional.|
2. Whole apricot (with seed, kernal)- B17
3. Red clover, blended
4. Pau de arco
6. 6 capsules of food enzymes 30 minutes before meals.
7. Two hours after a meal,eat a large handful of almonds, raw- not roasted,
salted or otherwise treated.
*Please note that the diet is for 4 months and the herbs are for one month.
If you try this protocol and have any experiences, good or bad, that you would like to share, feel free to email us.
Hope this helps,
Dr Matt and Dr Robin
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This email is courtesy of Matthew Barnes, D.C. and Robin Barnes, D.C. Neither this nor any of our emails are intended to be medical advice and should not be taken as such. They are opinion and are for informational purposes only. None of the nutrients discussed here are meant to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.