Hello Dr. Doctor, today I was listening to Radiožurnál mycologist Jiří Baier. He spoke very convincingly about the effects of Lesklokorka. On this basis, I've searched for your site.
For more than 2 years I have been treated with malignant melanoma at the stage of metastasis in the nodules. I was already 4 times on surgery, I underwent a 16-month treatment with Interferon, but unfortunately the illness returned and followed the 4th operation. I do not have the necessary b-raf gene, so you can not use biological therapy with Vemurafenib. Since I did not have any other metastases after the last surgery, I did not receive any further treatment and I go after about three months to control PET / CT. Drugs for this disease in my case are probably not anymore, so they are a temporary solution for further surgery if possible. For about 6 months, I enjoy Vilcacor, Tahuari, and Graviol. September 5 I have another PET / CT. I was very interested in reading about the effects of Lesklokorka and I would like to start using this sponge. What I read, it would be a fit form for me, which is stronger. But I do not know how many tablets and how many times a day. I thought 3 times a day after 1 tablet. What would you recommend? Do you have any experience or knowledge about the use of Lesklokorka against malignant melanoma?
Thank you very much for the reply and I am very pleased. Ladislav K.
Melanoma is a malignant tumor that was almost untreatable in the past because, at the time of diagnosis, virtually always inoperable metastases were present in the lymph nodes. But melanoma treatment has gone a long way to better, and today more than half of patients are cured. At this point, you can basically congratulate you for such a long-term survival of this deadly cancer. In addition, you are well aware that you belong and always belong to the risk group with regard to cancer and melanoma in particular.
Your natural remedies: vilcacora, tahuari, graviola
I did not even know that she was called "vilcacora". I know as an effective plant of traditional medicine that has perhaps antidepressant effects . Tahuari (lapacho), Czech perhaps "lapačo", known from earshot, but I did not study it. Graviola is again a South American plant. As I say, I have not studied in detail, but overall I am not convinced of their antitumor efficacy. There are some studies on them, but he's cancer research is really overwhelming, so each plant will be examined on any cancer cell strain, be it ginseng, aloe vera, sage, or chamomile. Just because these studies exist in virtually every medicinal plant, we get back to the beginning - we know little. Does a cancer patient use lapacho, momordica seeds, or chamomile? Or rather the oak bark, whose anti-cancer effects exist around 30 publications? For example, there are more than 500 scientific publications on ginseng 's own use in cancer treatment. However, I do not think it is sufficient due to the reality of cancer research, and I recommend ginseng for cancer not as an anticancer medicine but mainly to limit the terrible side effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy . (Those who do not believe they are horrible to talk to the patient who underwent them.)
Glossy glossy and related mushrooms
In the indication of cancer, the recommendation is limited to mushrooms of the Polyporales group whose anticancer effects are unquestionable. The most famous of these is Ganoderma lucidum , but others are effective, such as Trametes versicolor or Inonotus obliquus . The fact that you have already begun to use glossy glossy glass is a logical step that testifies to your awareness. You might just have been advised by a treating oncologist and not by myrologist Dr. Baier in the radio (recording here ). Regarding the specific use of medicinal sponges in melanoma, scientific evidence is controversial (about 5 experimental in vitro studies ). But due to the harmlessness of Polyporeles medicinal fungi and their proven efficacy in tumors in general, it would be a mistake not to use these fungi in oncotherapy. The topic of melanoma has not yet been worked on the medicinal mushrooms, but soon I will do it in a separate article. I do not have specific direct experience with melanoma patients.
Use and dosing of gloss
... Two more important things: First, glossy ice is effective, but it's not a miracle. The likelihood of your successful convalescence will increase, but will not make it 100%. You need to be aware of that. And secondly, I must add that my subjective opinions from the position of a biologist are not intended to treat specific cases of illness. If you want natural medicines to use in the treatment or prevention of illness, you need to talk to a doctor who only has the right to a medical failure.