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It takes a while to starve off cancer cells. To speed up recovery, Herman Aihara recommends drawing out toxins and tomours using a taro potato plaster.

Taro potato (also known as albi or saitoimo) is a small, hairy yam the size of an egg. The Chinese call it “yam egg”.

During the Chinese eighth month, around September, taro potato is commonly sold in wet markets. But it is available all year round in Japanese supermarkets. The plaster is made by mixing grated taro potato with flour and grated ginger. It is applied directly to the skin at the site of the tumour.

For best results, a ginger compress is applied first. This gathers blood and cancer cells at the site so that the taro potato plaster can draw out more toxins.

(Important Note: Ginger compress, on its own, is usually not recommended for people with cancer. But when followed by a taro potato plaster, it is considered ok.)


’Hopeless‘

Herman cites the case of a man whose cancer was so advanced that doctors pronounced him “hopeless”. He continuously applied the taro potato plaster, changing it every four hours, for three and a half months.

He also followed a macrobiotic diet and continued with it for a year. When his doctors examined him, they were surprised. They declared him “95 percent cured”.

It certainly requires a lot of patience to apply a taro potato plaster (and other remedies for cancer) for over three months. It also requires considerable courage.

And faith. Because the condition often appears to worsen after a few days. The skin breaks out in boils and there would be pus and other smelly liquids oozing out. Some people develop large, gaping wounds up to 10cm across.

“It can be very messy”, Herman Aihara cautions. There is also a risk of infection when the skin breaks. To prevent this, apply a mixture of sesame oil and salt over the wound and the taro plaster over it.

Herman has seen cases of breast cancer where, after three months, the entire tomour came out.

Below are instructions for various remedies for cancer:


Ginger compress

1. Grate enough ginger to form a small ball. Place in a cotton bag.
2. Bring a pot of water nearly to the boil - but do not boil.
3. Squeeze ginger juice into the hot water and put the bag of ginger in to seep for a few minutes.
4. Dip a thick towel into the hot ginger water. Squeeze dry. Place over the area requiring treatment, taking care not to burn the skin.
5. Cover with a dry towel to keep the heat. Keep the rest of the body warm to prevent catching a chill.
6. Change the towel when it cools, usually after two to three minutes. Keep doing this for 10 minutes or longer, until the skin turns red.

Important: For cancer patients, a ginger compress must be followed with a taro potato plaster. Do it once a day, followed by several applications of the taro potato plaster.

Those without cancer can apply the ginger compress alone, over any organ that is weak. This home remedy is particularly helpful for people with weak kidneys, including those on the verge of kidney failure. Some people have managed to avoid dialysis by applying ginger compress as part of a macrobiotic recovery program.


Taro potato plaster

1. Peel and grate the taro potato.
2. Mix with about 10 percent flour to form a workable paste.
3. Add a bit of grated ginger.
4. Apply a 1cm layer directly onto the skin. Cover with a clean cloth.
5. Change every four hours.

If taro potato makes you itch, add a pinch of salt. Green vegetables may be substituted for taro potato.


Buckwheat plaster

Cancer patients sometimes develop water retention and this is one of the remedies for cancer that can be helpful here. A few applications are usually enough.

1. Form a paste with buckwheat flour, water and a small amount of grated ginger.
2. Apply in the same way as taro plaster.


Books on home remedies for cancer and other illnesses

There are a number of books on macrobiotic home remedies, including remedies for cancer. These include:

* Natural Healing from Head to Toe by Herman and Cornelia Aihara
* Basic Home Remedies by Michio Kushi with Alex Jack
* The Cancer Prevention Diet by Michio Kushi with Alex Jack

It takes a while to starve off cancer cells. To speed up recovery, Herman Aihara recommends drawing out toxins and tomours using a taro potato plaster.

Taro potato (also known as albi or saitoimo) is a small, hairy yam the size of an egg. The Chinese call it “yam egg”.

During the Chinese eighth month, around September, taro potato is commonly sold in wet markets. But it is available all year round in Japanese supermarkets. The plaster is made by mixing grated taro potato with flour and grated ginger. It is applied directly to the skin at the site of the tumour.

For best results, a ginger compress is applied first. This gathers blood and cancer cells at the site so that the taro potato plaster can draw out more toxins.

(Important Note: Ginger compress, on its own, is usually not recommended for people with cancer. But when followed by a taro potato plaster, it is considered ok.)


’Hopeless‘

Herman cites the case of a man whose cancer was so advanced that doctors pronounced him “hopeless”. He continuously applied the taro potato plaster, changing it every four hours, for three and a half months.

He also followed a macrobiotic diet and continued with it for a year. When his doctors examined him, they were surprised. They declared him “95 percent cured”.

It certainly requires a lot of patience to apply a taro potato plaster (and other remedies for cancer) for over three months. It also requires considerable courage.

And faith. Because the condition often appears to worsen after a few days. The skin breaks out in boils and there would be pus and other smelly liquids oozing out. Some people develop large, gaping wounds up to 10cm across.

“It can be very messy”, Herman Aihara cautions. There is also a risk of infection when the skin breaks. To prevent this, apply a mixture of sesame oil and salt over the wound and the taro plaster over it.

Herman has seen cases of breast cancer where, after three months, the entire tomour came out.

Below are instructions for various remedies for cancer:


Ginger compress

1. Grate enough ginger to form a small ball. Place in a cotton bag.
2. Bring a pot of water nearly to the boil - but do not boil.
3. Squeeze ginger juice into the hot water and put the bag of ginger in to seep for a few minutes.
4. Dip a thick towel into the hot ginger water. Squeeze dry. Place over the area requiring treatment, taking care not to burn the skin.
5. Cover with a dry towel to keep the heat. Keep the rest of the body warm to prevent catching a chill.
6. Change the towel when it cools, usually after two to three minutes. Keep doing this for 10 minutes or longer, until the skin turns red.

Important: For cancer patients, a ginger compress must be followed with a taro potato plaster. Do it once a day, followed by several applications of the taro potato plaster.

Those without cancer can apply the ginger compress alone, over any organ that is weak. This home remedy is particularly helpful for people with weak kidneys, including those on the verge of kidney failure. Some people have managed to avoid dialysis by applying ginger compress as part of a macrobiotic recovery program.


Taro potato plaster

1. Peel and grate the taro potato.
2. Mix with about 10 percent flour to form a workable paste.
3. Add a bit of grated ginger.
4. Apply a 1cm layer directly onto the skin. Cover with a clean cloth.
5. Change every four hours.

If taro potato makes you itch, add a pinch of salt. Green vegetables may be substituted for taro potato.


Buckwheat plaster

Cancer patients sometimes develop water retention and this is one of the remedies for cancer that can be helpful here. A few applications are usually enough.

1. Form a paste with buckwheat flour, water and a small amount of grated ginger.
2. Apply in the same way as taro plaster.


Books on home remedies for cancer and other illnesses

There are a number of books on macrobiotic home remedies, including remedies for cancer. These include:

* Natural Healing from Head to Toe by Herman and Cornelia Aihara
* Basic Home Remedies by Michio Kushi with Alex Jack
* The Cancer Prevention Diet by Michio Kushi with Alex Jack

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