What is it?
It's a natural food supplement, created by a Yaqui Indian* doctor in Mexico more than 25
years ago. It was seldom made available outside the indigenous groups living in his area. Because I took the
treatment and it saved my life, I built a friendship with these people and am now able to make this therapy available
to a limited number of people.
The doctor created this supplement after spending years researching local healing traditions. He interviewed
elders of his and neighboring indigenous communities and did extensive gathering and experimentation with various rare
herbs and plants. The actual drink is usually taken only ONE time with a meal. Then, for
twelve days, it is followed by a tea which you brew by boiling purified water and wood chips from a desert plant. A small
portion of this tea is taken with each meal. (Note: In severe cases, the drink is repeated after three to six months.)
Not a Mass-Produced Product...
Since I live and teach in Mexico, I have had the opportunity to travel to the area where this treatment
is made. I have met the makers and have seen where it is made. The small family operation continues
as a memorial to their father, the inventor of the product who passed away in the year 2000 at the age of 89.
analyses has shown that this can not be chemically reproduced. Also, because
the plants used to make the supplement are rare, very little of it is made. Due to my relationship with the family,
I have access to one or two units each month. Only a hundred or so units are produced each
I would never advise you NOT to have surgery or NOT to follow the advice of your doctor. I
can only pass along what I know from my friends and from my own experience... My lab reports were NOT good after having a
large tumor removed. I was given a year to live at the most, but I decided NOT to
go through the pain and agony of the chemo-therapy and the other medications that my doctor recommended. After my
surgery I took this treatment and NOTHING ELSE. See my full story at: Melanoma almost killed me!
*Read more about the Tarahumara & Yaqui in Mexico.