Many women want to know what causes breast cancer. Once they know this, they can take measures to prevent it happening to them. Doctors will never tell you this vital information, partly perhaps because they don’t know, partly because they are not allowed to tell you. Few people realise how restricted doctors are in the information they give you.
Various independent research projects site the following as contributing causes for breast cancer. It is obvious that those who are not in the lucrative cancer industry are well aware of what causes breast cancer.
Bras tend to restrict lymph flow. Lymph flow is essential in the drainage of waste cells, toxins and debris. When this flow is impeded, then the area becomes unhealthy. Those women who wear bras for longer periods than 12 hours a day are statistically 21 times more at risk of breast cancer. Women who wear bras day and night are five times more likely to develop breast cancer than those who only wear bras during the day.
Breast massage or exercise are great ways to promote the lymph fluid flow. The massage should be gentle kneading, rubbing or squeezing strokes and the result should be pleasurable, just as any massage is. The increased blood flow will be felt as warmth. Breast massage can be helpful for those women who suffer with discomfort during nursing or premenstrually.
The modern world is fraught with chemicals. Many mimic the body’s natural hormone oestrogen, increasing the amount and interfering with its natural abilities. Common ones are found in deodorants and antiperspirants (which contain aluminium or parabens), detergents, pesticides and many plastic products, including those used as food grade containers. Both aluminium and cadmium have a detrimental effect on oestrogen. Smoking introduces cadmium into the body.
All cancer tumours contain a much greater concentration of chemicals, such as pesticides, DDT, PCBs. All cancer treatment should include detoxification of heavy metals and chemicals. Instead, mainstream cancer treatment increases the chemical load dramatically.
Light at Night
Women who work late or all night shifts have 60% greater chance of developing breast cancer. Any long exposure to light at night also increases the risk. Production of melatonin peaks at night. Melatonin regulates the production of oestrogen. Exposure to light interrupts this production. Instead it stimulates the production of extra oestrogen. Unnaturally high levels of this hormone promote breast cancer.
Diet and the pH Factor
Women who regularly eat animal protein and processed foods have an increased risk of breast cancer. All such food makes the human body acidic, leaving it wide open to disease. This is aside from the modern farming practices of feeding farm animals with synthetic hormones, perpetual antibiotics and GM food, all of which have serious consequences on the end consumer.
An acidic body is deficient in oxygen which makes it prone to cancer.
An interesting former truck driver, Jim Kelmun, has cured 185 terminally ill cancer patients out of the 200 who have consulted him. His cure came from a women who survived breast cancer when her five sisters died from it. She enjoyed sipping maple syrup and baking soda. And this has been ‘Dr Jim’s’ remedy.
His recipe is to mix one part baking soda with three parts natural maple syrup. Mix well and heat for 5 mins. Take one teaspoon daily.
It’s the baking soda that is the active ingredient here, not the maple syrup.
Dr Simoncini is an Italian oncologist who cures cancer patients by injecting a solution of baking soda into the blood supply feeding the tumour. This alkalises the tumours, increasing oxygen supply, causing the tumour to disappear.
Injury to the soft breast tissue can cause breast cancer. This can come from a blow or hard knock. This may be one of the reasons why mammograms are now known to be the cause of the condition they are meant to prevent. Trauma induced breast cancer is not always systemic.
Emotional Causes of Breast Cancer
Dr Hamer, an open minded German doctor discovered the emotional causes of cancer after he developed testicular cancer following his son’s murder. His extensive work led him to understand what causes breast cancer. Depending on the side affected, it was a deep emotional scarring from relationships with either the mother or the partner.
Cancer is generally not caused by any single cause, such as indicated above. Usually there are multiple causes. But the emotional trigger maybe one of the most damaging. The causative factor is generally around five years prior to the diagnosis.
Some of the preventative factors are easy to implement – such as diet, wearing loose clothing at home and at night, minimising toxic exposure, regular detoxing measures, regular exercise and massage, etc.
But it takes more than such measures to undo the deep emotional scars so common in human relationships. Ongoing and intense emotional stress, anxiety, fear and anger all acidify the body.
The best way to tackle these is to use an energy based natural system of health care. Homeopathy is probably second to none in its ability to cure these debilitating problems. This should always be approached with the help of a professional homeopath.
Probably all natural health practitioners are aware of what causes breast cancer. You only have to ask.
Ref Dr Robin Murphy