my father has cancer and has been told that Zeolite EHQ can help cure cancer and prevent future cancer cells from forming. I would like any information anyone can help me on this. Doctors and pharmacies' input welcome.
If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is. There are companies who try to make money off of desperate people. There is nothing I know of that cures cancer. There are a lot of quack companies looking to make millions off desperate people though. I would research this thoroughly before you try it. Chelation is good for removing heavy metals but I have not heard of it curing cancer. Here is something I found on a site selling Zeolite:
DISCLAIMER: Zeolite HAS NOT been approved by the FDA as a treatment for cancer or any specific disease. In addition, none of the statements above have been evaluated by the FDA. All content presented on www.zeolite.com has been compiled to provide information about Zeolite. Always consult a physician or board certified health practitioner before taking this product. Use at your own risk.
UPDATE:The FDA has listed Zeolite on the GRAS List (Generally Recognized As Safe
Based on only few minutes of research.
Zeolites are microporous, aluminosilicate minerals commonly used as commercial adsorbents and catalysts. Their chemical structure is supposedly suitable for trapping the (Cancer causing) heavy metals. But I am not clear about how it would exit the body!
Apparently it is widely used in industry for filtration. But even If you could find a form of it that is not already polluted and somehow has a capability to trap all the different (Sizes and Shapes) of the bad toxin and remove them. It will not repair and alter the genetic of the damaged cancer cells. My common sense says this is very rotten scam.
I really wish, I am wrong. I will pray for you and your father. Don't Give up.
I have seen and know people that have survived cancer.
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