← Return to Myelofibrosis*

wellness3070 (@wellness3070)


Blood Cancers & Disorders | Last Active: Nov 30, 2021 | Replies (76)

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I took serrapeptase for a while believing it could possibly 'eat-up' the fibrin – logically it should. However, it was rather expensive and I had no evidence that it did do this. More recently I was advised on this site to take sprouted broccoli powder, but within the liposomal mixture I make, as it can be destroyed in the gut otherwise. I have just begun adding a tablespoon to the mixture: I use a jewellery cleaner (see liposomal vitamin C on youtube). First I soak 6 tablespoons of organic sunflower lecithin for four hours in two cups of water and then put it in the blender for a minute. I then put 3 tbls of sodium ascorbate (vit C), 1 tbls of curcumin and 1 tbls of broccoli powder in one and a half cups of water and add immediately to the blender for another minute. I then pour the whole mixture into the jewellery cleaner for 22 minutes (this time recommended by a doctor who also makes her own) and pour into a jar to put in the fridge. I mix half a glass of the mixture with half a glass of vegetable juice and take regularly (not all in one go!!) with other supplements.
I should say that this practice, plus the other supplements I take, has brought my PSA figures down from 15.5 to 7.7. The nurse was astonished – she asked what I had done to achieve this and took down the list of supplements! (I take no medications except Anadin Extra every 24 hours for a nerve trapped in my back.)

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That's fantastic. I understand quercetin also lowers PSA levels so combining it with the broccoli powder may lower your level even more.

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