Could Earthing™ Prevent Cancer?

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Can touching the earth prevent cancer?

You’ve probably heard about the latest medical study looking at the benefits vs. risks of taking aspirin daily to prevent cancer.

 

 

Experts now say that the benefits of taking aspirin to prevent some forms of cancer (namely, GI cancers such as colorectal cancer) outweighs the risks to taking this daily pharmaceutical.

Published on August 6 in the Annals of Oncology, researchers looked at daily aspirin use and the reduction of GI, lung, prostate and breast cancers.

The results were promising, showing a 30% – 35% reduction in the risk of developing colorectal cancer, a 25% reduction in the risk of developing esophageal and stomach cancers, and smaller risk reduction in the other cancer categories (prostate, lung, breast.)

 

In the end, the data suggest that:

“over 10 years, about 33 to 127 people would need to take aspirin [every single day for 10 years] to prevent 1 major event, and 46 to 213 people would need to take aspirin [every single day for 10 years] to prevent 1 death.”

 

They conclude it takes about 3 years of daily aspirin use to start to show some benefit.

 

Their conclusion is that besides stopping smoking and reducing obesity, taking aspirin daily to reduce cancer risk is one of the most important things we can do.

Certainly, they rationalize, popping a pill each day is easier than stopping smoking or reducing weight.

 

And certainly having the entire world’s population consuming one specific pharmaceutical on a daily basis will only boost sales in the already BILLION dollar aspirin industry.

 

“Our study shows that if everyone aged between 50 and 65 started taking aspirin daily for at least 10 years, there would be a 9% reduction in the number of cancers, strokes, and heart attacks overall in men, and around 7% in women,” study leader Dr. Cuzick states.

 

Let it be noted that Dr. Cuzick just happens to be on the board advisory of Bayer

…and that several of his co-authors on the publication also report financial relationships with pharmaceutical companies as well.

Ahem.

 

So… their postulate is: everyone on earth aged 50 -65 consuming the same drug, every single day for 10 years (that’s 3,650 pills per person) to show this benefit… Wowza!

 

I think for those with a family history of colorectal or other GI cancers, this daily preventive measure might absolutely make sense.

So… if you are interested in using aspirin as a cancer preventive drug, the most beneficial daily dose:

75 – 100 mg a day.

 

Keep in mind, that daily aspirin use is associated with serious risks, including ulcers, bleeding and stroke.

(Stroke mortality goes up by 21% in those taking aspirin daily, for example.)

These risks increase sharply in people over the age of 70.

 

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But, what if there was something that was totally free… that could have the exact same health benefits with less risk?

 

Would this news grab headlines the way a pharmaceutical drug has?

Would the study even exist at all if there was no product for people to purchase as a result of the outcome?

 

I’ve already demonstrated that Earthing™ helps support weight loss naturally and that Earthing™ has already been proven in the medical literature to instantly decrease blood viscosity and allow the blood to move more freely.

  • Earthing directly reduces blood clumping and therefore decreases the risk of cardiovascular events such as heart attack and stroke… just like aspirin.

So today I’m asking… if Earthing has the same effect on our blood that aspirin has, wouldn’t it be interesting to see if Earthing has the same cancer preventive effects as well?

To me, if aspirin has these types of anti-cancer benefits, than the sky is the limit for the cancer prevention benefits of Earthing™!!! 

 

Earthing decreases both chronic and acute inflammation, which is one of the major causes of cancer.

 

Chronically inflamed cells are chronically irritated cells

and are more likely to give risk to mutations.

Take away the inflammation, and you reduce cancer risk.

 

Clearly, the media will promote the benefits of taking a blood thinning drug to prevent cancer over the benefits of freely connecting to the earth for blood thinning and potential anti-cancer benefits.

After all, Bayer aspirin alone (not including any other brands or generic manufacturers of aspirin) already reports annual sales of over 1.1 BILLION dollars.

 

I for one won’t be surprised at all to hear about the anti-cancer benefits of Earthing, once they are quietly discovered and whispered about in alternative medical literature…

… and now, neither will you.

 

xoxo, Laura

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4 Responses to “Could Earthing™ Prevent Cancer?”

  1. Hanicka

    Hi Laura, I think it is likely. Earthing should definitely help people feel more grounded, which has both physiological benefits (e.g. Decreasing inflammation, hence enabling our body to heal faster) as well as psychological benefits (e.g. Feeling calmer, hence our body is not in the fight-flight response which should mean less cortisol (stress hormone) and better functioning of the immune system). Have you ever noticed that there is no chance of earthing in hospitals (at least not in those I have seen) where it might be most needed? People usually cannot even see out of the windows, no plants, no pictures of nature, no sounds of nature (not even mentioning the diet containing tons of sugar and non-organic ingredients). No wonder people dislike to be in hospitals – they are so detached from their natural environment (nature). Yet it would be so inexpensive to hang some pictures, install a water fountain, fill a bowl with crystals, …

    • Laura Koniver, MD

      Thank you Hanicka for such a thoughtful articulate reply!!! I agree fully with you. We know absolutely by blood tests that just like you say, cortisol levels are decreased with earthing and inflammatory blood markers are decreased as well — absolutely this will translate into cancer and survival benefits, we just need a study not funded by a pharmaceutical company and as you know, that is exceedingly rare!!!! Much love your way… xoxo, Laura

  2. David Bauguess

    Ground AND optimize serum vitamin D!

    Does vitamin D prevent cancer?

    • Laura Koniver, MD

      Absolutely, Vit D prevents certain types of cancers and a whole host of other whole body benefits. I have a blog post about Vit D and cancer coming up in my line up — releases in a few weeks — stay tuned!!!! xoxoxox, Laura