The Indian Cure for Cancer




The problem with western medicine is much like the western mindset - set in western ways.  These people spent a few hundred years robbing countries across the world off their wealth for capitalist, and to some extent, popular gain, and at the same time placed their corporation at the helm of development in all respects.  The problem with that is that they are led by big corporations who find cures on the basis of what is most profitable, or footdrag their way through the search for cures so that profits from existing 'treatments' can be squeezed out for longer.

So, whilst we need western medicine, we also need to complement it with non-western alternatives to make the former more effective, or perhaps to do without it altogether.

all this so-called 'research' into cancer, cures for HIV, etc, etc, are funded by, or used to subsidise, big pharmaceutical companies who don't want cures for anything unless it translates to huge bucks. 


Don't forget, all these so-called 'research' into cancer, cures for HIV, etc, etc, are funded by, or used to subsidise, big pharmaceutical companies who don't want cures for anything unless it translates to huge bucks.  And as westerners are generally ignorant and tend to ignore, or demonise, anything of non-western origins, all their charities also tend to ignore non-western alternatives. 


That is when people like us have to step in to teach these poor white folk some commonsense.  I say 'commonsense' because commonsense, logically, is a function, or product, of knowing what is the right thing to do AFTER we have considered ALL available alternatives.  In that sense, the average westerner, who is pretty much ignorant about all other ways, isn't going to have much commonsense - quite like the chinese and americans as well.  And if we keep just following their lead, we are going to discard our culturally and historically induced knowledge and be left only with that which catches the white man's eye.  The pool of human imaginative, creative, and intellectual knowledge is greatly reduced because of it.  Music, the arts, intellectual perspectives, etc, etc, etc, will all be severely compromised and degenerate as it already is in the process of.

Getting back on topic, it has been found that countries where people consume about 200mg of turmeric a day have lower incidence of quite a few types of cancers including lung cancer (1 teaspoon of turmeric is equals to 5000mg.  India is a case in point.  There was one case of a Vicky Stewart of Britain who used turmeric to cure herself of stage 4 cancer.  But you don't hear about much research being done about it in the UK after that.  Why?  Well, i've explained that already above.

Instead of talking about having your traditional '5-a-day' which includes fruits and veg, perhaps they should consider how a simple teaspoon of turmeric might count as an additional 5-a-day all by itself.

But they aren't focusing on that because their idea of '5-a-day' is limited to what they are accustomed to eating instead of what is available to eat even it it isn't their custom to do so.


I'm not saying that eating Indian food, or turmeric is going to guarantee that one doesn't get cancer.  What i'm saying is that the overall proportion of people getting it is going to reduce.  Given that Britain has a cancer epidemic where 1 in 3 people get it, they should get their heads out of their sunday roast ovens and into some good Indian cookery books.  

Instead of talking about having your traditional '5-a-day' which includes fruits and veg, perhaps they should consider how a simple teaspoon of turmeric might count as an additional 5-a-day all by itself.  But they aren't focusing on that because their idea of '5-a-day' is limited to what they are accustomed to eating instead of what is available to eat even it it isn't their custom to do so. 

Anyway, when it comes to food, i prefer Indian food (I also like African food as well), with its rich spices and flavours - minus the negative stuff that indians tend to put in like too much salt and fatty oils like 'Ghee'.   If western food, amongst others, is 'as good as sex', then Indian food is like a prolonged orgasm.  You can quote the ed meister on that.

When i eat western or chinese food, it keeps me alive.  But when it comes to Indian food, as the sweat rolls down my shaven head, i FEEL alive. Well, it looks like Indian food might also increase your chances of being alive as well.  That said, i do borrow ideas from Chinese and Western cuisine as well, like spring onions, black pepper, herbs, amongst others.



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