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Essential Oils Might Be Able to Cure Cancer, Science Finds

Essential Oils Might Be Able to Cure Cancer, Science Finds

Many people who are diagnosed with cancer do not have the option of undergoing chemotherapy or radio therapy. Sometimes the cancer is too advanced and sometimes it is not receptive to this type of treatment. Surgery is often not an option so these people are left without a viable solution. Occasionally people opt not to undergo these somewhat invasive forms of treatment. Essential oils may prove to be a very effective and proven method of halting or completely eradicating cancer. This article looks at the way essential oils work and how they can help in the treatment of cancer.

Electrical frequencies and vibrations

You may be surprised to learn that everything has an electrical frequency or vibration. This electrical frequency can be measured in Megahertz (MHz), and the frequency is defined as “a measurable rate of electrical flow that is constant between any two points.”

The human bodies and diseases can both be measured in MHZ. A healthy body, when measured from head to toe, typically has a frequency ranging from 62 to 78 MHz. Disease has a frequency that begins at 58Hz.

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Essential oils and their frequency

Essential oils possess some of the highest frequencies that can be found in nature, and as such they are able to create an environment that is hostile to disease, bacteria, virus, fungus and more. Their high-frequency property makes them a candidate for fighting the disease; cancer.

Therapeutic grade essential oils can have frequencies as high as 320 MHz. Some examples of essential oil frequencies are as follows: Helichrysum 181 MHz, Frankincense 147 MHz, Rose 320 MHz, Lavender 118 MHz, Myrrh 105 MHz, Sandalwood 96 MHz and Peppermint 78 MHz.

How our frequency is affected by a cup of coffee

A person’s frequency can be affected by something so simple as holding a cup of coffee. An experiment found that it took three days for a man’s frequency to return to normal after holding a cup of coffee. When he held the coffee his frequency dropped from 66 MHz to 58 MHz in 3 seconds. In a separate experiment a man drank coffee and as a result his frequency dropped from 66 MHz to 52 MHz. Amazingly his frequency returned to its original level after just 21 seconds because he inhaled an essential oil.

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Research

Dr. Otto Warburg is a winner of the Nobel Prize for cancer research and a two-time Nobel Laureate. He discovered that human cells do have an electric voltage. In his book The Body Electric Robert O. Becker M.D., finds that people have electrical frequencies and that their health can be determined by the frequency of their body.

Essential oils and cancer

Certain frequencies may be able to prevent the development of disease while other frequencies can possibly destroy the disease completely.  Generally speaking, substances of higher frequency will get rid of diseases of lower frequency. Given that cancer has a frequency of 42 MHz, it is possible that the high frequency of essential oils can halt or prevent this disease.

A 2010 study Activities of ten essential oils towards Propionibacterium acnes and PC-3, A-549 and MCF-7 cancer cells studied some of the most popular essential oils that are currently in use. They tested the antibacterial potency as well as the in vitro toxicology against human cancer cell lines of the essential oils. They tested popular oils such as ginger, mint, lemon, lavender, chamomile, thyme, jasmine, rose and cinnamon. They found that the thyme essential oil exhibited the strongest toxicity towards three human cancer cells; human prostate cancer cell, human lung cancer and human breast cancer cell lines. Breast cancer cells are also destroyed by cinnamon, chamomile and jasmine oils, with chamomile killing up to 93% of them in vitro.

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Frankincense oil

Dr. Suhail Memon specialist in internal medicine “Frankincense separates the ‘brain’ of the cancerous cell—the nucleus—from the ‘body’—the cytoplasm, and closes down the nucleus to stop it reproducing corrupted DNA codes.”

Frankincense oil is suitable for fighting cancer of all stages. It contains monoterpenes, compounds which have the ability to get rid of cancerous cells at all stage of development; early onset or progressive stages. Frankincense can target the cancerous cells without affecting the healthy cells possibly making it a more effective option than chemotherapy, which kills all cells including the healthy ones.

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Terminal liver cancer

A man living in Long Beach was diagnosed with liver cancer and told he had six months to live. Surgery was not an option as the tumor was too large. His wife became aware of frankincense oil shortly after his diagnosis. The man applied the frankincense oil topically over his liver and under his tongue on a daily basis. When he next visited his doctor he found out that his tumors were shrinking. After a while his tumor has shrunk so much that his doctor agreed that he could undergo surgery. The cancer was removed and today he is in good health.

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Bone marrow degeneration

Ellen was diagnosed with bone marrow degeneration and polyscithemiarubravera. “After 3 months my blood tests are showing massive improvements placing most markers into the normal range! I have not had to do 2 of the last 3 phlebotomies that I was having every 2 weeks and are now every month or longer! I am feeling like a million dollars and no longer look like I am at death’s door! Do these oils and have faith that this will work. It does.” http://www.budwigcenter.com/essential-oils/#.Vt8AKbz9Uw5

Breast cancer

Marilyn was diagnosed with breast cancer. She applied frankincense and lemongrass on her breasts every day along with other herbal supplements. When she went in for surgery they could not find any trace of the cancer. When she had her 6-month checkup the doctors reported that all looked good.

Cervical cancer

A woman’s cervical cancer had come back for the second time. She was scheduled to have her uterus removed when her sister recommended she use the essential oils wintergreen and frankincense. Her mother was instructed to apply the wintergreen and frankincense to the bottom of her daughter’s feet every 3 to 4 hours and directly on her abdomen. Less than a month after starting the treatment with the essential oils she had her surgery. They could not find any trace of the cancer.

For many essential oils has proven to be a very successful way of treating their cancer for some. This is exciting news that could hold great promise for many people who are currently suffering from cancer.

Featured photo credit: Good Living Essential Oils via goodlivingessentialoils.com

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Rebecca Beris

Rebecca is a wellness and lifestyle writer at Lifehack.

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Last Updated on November 18, 2020

50 Habits of Highly Successful People You Should Learn

50 Habits of Highly Successful People You Should Learn

If you’re like me and really into self-development, you’ve probably read many of the thousands of self-help books out there on the market. But also like me, you probably find all the information a bit overwhelming.

That’s why I wanted to do the self-less task of taking the most important, life-changing lessons I’ve drawn from these books and condensed them into 50 key points.

Here’re 50 habits of successful people you should learn:

1. Believe It to See It

Our minds tend to focus on what’s happening around us and refuse to see what could happen. Only when you trust in what’s possible and dare to dream big, big things can happen for you.

2. See Problems as a Wonderful Gift

While others only see problems and give up, successful people use the problem as a lesson to find improvement in themselves or the task at hand.

3. Keep Looking for Solutions

Even if they’re knee-deep in problems, successful people will still put all of their focus on finding solutions.

4. Remember It’s All About the Journey

Successful people are conscious and methodical in creating their own success. They don’t sit around doing the bare minimum, hoping success finds them.

5. Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway

There’s so much fear on the road to success, but instead of letting that fear control and limit them, successful people do a good job of just forging ahead regardless.

6. Always Ask Productive Questions

It’s all about asking the right questions. Successful people make sure they are questions that will elicit information for a more productive, creative and positive mindset moving forward.

7. Understand the Best Waste of Energy Is Complaining

Successful people know that choosing to see the negative side of things will only create a useless and unproductive state.

8. Don’t Play the Blame Game

Taking responsibility for actions and outcomes is a form of empowerment that you can build your success upon. While the act of blaming others or outside circumstances takes this empowerment away from you.

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9. Maximize Your Strengths

Not every successful person is simply more talented than the rest, but they do use what they know they’re good at to achieve more successful results.

10. Be in It to Win It

Successful people are busy, productive and proactive. Instead of sitting around over-thinking and over-planning a great idea, they just take a step towards it no matter how small.

11. Know That Success Attracts Success

People who are successful surround themselves and seek out like-minded people. They understand the importance of being part of a team and forge win-win relationships.

12. Actually Choose to Be Successful

Dreaming big is a massive part of being successful even if your dream seems impossible. Ambition is a mindset that needs to be a daily conscious choice.

13. Visualize, Visualize, Visualize!

You’ve got to see your success in your mind’s eye even before it comes. Successful people clarify and get that certainty about what they want their reality to look like rather than being mere spectators of life.

14. Be a One-Off Original

Successful people look for what’s working and then create a unique spin on it. Imitating only regurgitates other people’s ideas with no originality.

15. The Perfect Time to Act Is Now

Waiting for the right time to act is basically procrastination wrapped up in an excuse. Successful people know there’s never a perfect time so they may as well just do it now.

16. Keep Learning, Keep Growing

Continuous learning is the key to a successful life. Whether it’s academic, being a student of life or actionable learning, it’s all about expanding your knowledge and personal development.

17. Always Look on the Bright Side of Life

Successful people have the knack for finding positive aspects in all people and circumstances no matter what.

18. Having a Bad Day? Do It Anyway!

We all have bad moods but it shouldn’t be an excuse to stop everything. Giving into a bad mood just stop-starts your life, slowing success way down.

19. Sometimes Risky Business Is Needed

Calculated risks are a must for success. It’s about weighing the pros and cons while moving forward with that element of trust.

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20. Accept Challenge All the Time

Dealing with problems head-on is a must to be successful. Successful people also face challenges in order to improve themselves.

21. Make Your Own Luck

In the mindset of a successful person, there’s no such thing as ‘luck’ or ‘fate’. They take control to actively and consciously create their own best life.

22. Ignite Your Initiative

While many people are reactive, successful people are proactive – taking action before they have to.

23. Be the Master of Your Emotions

Being effective at managing emotions is key on the road to success. That’s not to say successful people don’t feel like we all do, but they’re just not slaves to their emotions.

24. Champion in Communication

Consciously working on effective communication skills gets anyone closer to success.

25. Plan Your Life Strategically

Successful people’s lives aren’t a clumsy series of unplanned events and outcomes, they methodically work at turning their plans into a reality.

26. Become Exceptional at What You Do

To become exceptional, you typically have to do things that most won’t. To become successful, hard decisions need to be made and acting on them is crucial.

27. Choose to Live Outside of Your Comfort Zone

While many people are pleasure junkies and avoid pain and discomfort at all costs, successful people understand the value and benefits of working through the tough stuff that most would avoid.

28. Live by Core Values

Successful people firstly identify their core values and what’s important to them, then do their best to live a life that reflects these values.

29. Realize Money Isn’t Everything

Money and success are not interchangeable and the most successful people understand this. Putting money on a pedestal and equating it to success is a dangerous mindset to have. Success comes in many forms.

30. Don’t Get Carried Away

Successful people understand the importance of discipline and self-control and as a result they are happy to take the road less travelled.

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31. Self-Worth Is Not Tied to Success

Successful people are secure. They do not derive their self-worth from what they own, who they know, where they live or what they look like.

32. Kindness Breeds Kindness (And Success)

Generosity and kindness is a common trait among long-term successful people. It’s important to take pleasure in helping others achieve.

33. More Humility, Less Arrogance

Successful people are humble and happy to admit and apologize for mistakes. This is because they’re confident in their ability. They are happy to learn from others and happy to make others look good rather than seek their own personal glory.

34. Change Opens New Doors

People who are successful are adaptable and embrace change, while the majority are creatures of comfort and habit. They are comfortable with, and embrace, the new and the unfamiliar.

35. Success Requires a Healthy Body

It’s not just how you think, it’s about how you show up for success. Successful people understand the importance of being physically well, not for vain reasons but because being in tiptop condition creates a better personal life for success.

36. Laziness Just Doesn’t Exist

Successful people are never considered lazy. Yes, they can relax when they need to, but working hard is their game.

37. Resilience by the Bucket Load

When difficulty strikes, most would throw in the towel, but successful people are just warming up.

38. Feedback Is Just Another Chance to Improve

How people react to feedback determines their potential for success. Being open to constructive criticism and acting on it to improve is most seen in those who are successful.

39. Your Vibe Attracts Your Tribe

If people are hanging out with toxic and negative people, then they need to take a look at themselves. Successful people hang out with others who are positive and supportive.

40. Can’t Control It? Forget It

Successful people don’t invest time or emotional energy into things which they have no control of.

41. Swim Against the Tide

Successful people are not people-pleasers and they don’t need constant approval from others in order to move ahead.

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42. Alone Time Is Valuable Time

More self-worth means being more comfortable with your own company. Successful people are more happy and see the value in spending time alone.

43. Self-Standard Is Higher Than Most

Everyone has a choice to set high standards for themselves. Successful people do this, which in turn produces greater commitment, more momentum, a better work ethic and of course, better results.

44. Failure Isn’t Rationalized

While many use age, health, lack of time, ‘bad luck’, or lack of opportunity to explain away their failure, the key to success is finding a way to succeed despite facing these challenges.

45. Down Time Is an Important Part of a Routine

Having an off switch and taking time to do things that make them happy is a common trait of a successful person. Take a look at here The Importance of Scheduling Downtime.

46. Career Isn’t Who You Are, It’s What You Do

Successful people know their career isn’t their identity. They are multi-dimensional and don’t define themselves by their job.

47. Be Interested in Only the Path of Resistance

While most people look for the easiest way or the shortcut, successful people are more interested in the most effective way. They look for the course of action which will produce the best results over the long term.

48. Follow Through

Many spend their life starting things that they never finish, but successful people get the job done. Even when the excitement and the novelty has worn off they still follow through and finish.

49. Invest in All Your Dimensions

We’re not just physical and psychological beings, but emotional and spiritual creatures as well. Successful people consciously work at being healthy and productive on all levels.

50. Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

To obtain success, it’s important to practice what you preach. Successful people don’t talk about the theory, they live the reality.

So there you have it, a summary of what I’ve learned from self-help books. But of course, you need to start taking actions so you will get closer to success too.

Bonus: 5 Bad Habits To Quit

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