In addition to Essiac Tea and Indole 3 Carbinol, I added Castor Oil into my protocol. I know what you are thinking. “Castor Oil?! YUCK!!” Guess what..I didn’t even drink one drop! Prior to surgery I actually massaged the it directly into area of the mass. There is so much more to Castor Oil than you know! It is one amazing oil in God’s pharmacy. It is anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, stimulates the immune system and much more. Click here for a great resource!
Stay tuned for my next post. It will include my initial dietary changes and supplementation additions. In the meantime, below is a snapshot of what was going through my head the night before the lumpectomy.
I just wanted to take a moment and give you another update. Overall, things are very well. I remember being in a place where I had poured everything I had into everyone and everything around me. There was nothing left, life had no joy. Which of course, is totally WRONG! I began crying out and asking Lord where is my joy?! I am so tired! I began asking for His healing not only inside the home but outside as well. What is so amazing is that He is using cancer as the vehicle to answer my prayers on every level! The Joy of the Lord is here! His healing is all around! All of the preliminary tests are in and there is no additional cancer present in either breast. Amen! I will have to have another MRI in 6mos just to make sure but I am fine with that. Tomorrow, I will be at Mt Hood Medical Center at 10:30 am for a same day procedure. We are moving forward with a lumpectomy along with a lymph node removal and biopsy. Followed by at least 6 weeks of radiation. We are praying that the mass is estrogen dependent and that the lymph node is cancer free. If that is the situation, I will have the radiation plus hormone therapy. If it is not, I will have to have chemo as well. It is also my prayer that God be glorified every step of the way. I want to make sure that I please Him in actions, words and deeds.
Love and Blessings to you all!