Non-advanced cancer treatments: Oleander Soup Recipe
1-2-3 CANCER PLAN
(2) Eliminate Cancer Cells
Oleander Soup Protocol
Therapy is potent enough to kill cancer cells but not to harm healthy cells
Directions for making potent oleander soup
Oleander Skin Cream
A diluted “soup” of oleander can be made following
instructions from the book “Cancer’s Natural Enemy”
due to the potential hazards of handling and preparing oleander leaves, you
should only choose to make this recipe if you are unable to obtain the oleander
pills or extract referenced in the
TONY ISAACS OLEANDER PROTOCOL
This remedy should be used
with other immune-boosting and disease fighting supplements
It can be an adjunct therapy with prescription
medications, chemo and radiation for those who decide to use them -
Added to chemo or radiation oleander
either eliminates or greatly lessens virtually all of the side effects
associated with such treatments, including hair loss (except if using Cisplatin
Oleander’s effects on cancer are multifold:
Strong immune system booster
of the NF-kB factor in cancer cells
(normal cell death) in cancer cells
and enhancement of autophagic cancer cell death
(tested against pancreatic cancer cells)
WARNING: THE OLEANDER PLANT AND ALL OF IT'S PARTS, IN
RAW, UNCOOKED FORM, IS POISONOUS AND TOXIC TO ALL LIVING ANIMALS. A
SMALL AMOUNT OF THE RAW MATERIAL, IF INGESTED, CAN CAUSE DEATH.
FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS FOR COOKING THE
PLANT MATERIAL EXACTLY, COOKING IT IN BOILING WATER FOR AT LEAST FOUR (4) HOURS,
STRAINING THE CONCENTRATE EXTRACT AT ROOM TEMPERATURE AFTERWARDS.
WHEN CUTTING FRESH OLEANDER PLANT, DO NOT
ALLOW THE SAP TO CONTACT EXPOSED SKIN. IT IS TOXIC AND WILL PENETRATE YOUR
SKIN. WASH WITH WATER IMMEDIATELY IF ACCIDENTAL CONTACT OCCURS.
SEEK IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION IF RAW
OLEANDER IS INGESTED. WEAR RUBBER GLOVES WHEN CUTTING AND HANDLING OLEANDER.
WASH THE GLOVES IN WATER AND SOAP AFTER USE. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING CAN
RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
THE DECISION TO MAKE THIS FORMULA IS YOUR
THE RECIPE IS PUBLISHED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY.
Small pruning shears
Plastic shopping bag
Large (12 qt) cooking pot (E.g. kind used for
canning, or a spaghetti pot)
Plastic or metal strainers (colanders)
Paper towels or filters
Coffee filters - unbleached
Steel tongs and/or steel screen or strainer type
Plastic water bottles or colored glass bottles
Vodka or apple cider vinegar (organic, raw
non-distilled) for preservative.
Flavoring (if desired)
Directions for making potent oleander soup:
Wear rubber gloves and use garden hand trimmers to trim new, vibrant
growth of oleander stems and leaves 6" from tip -
Any part of a healthy plant can be used, but trimming the youngest growing tips
(usually on the lower part of the plant) provides maximum oleander sap and will
also ensure that the plant lives on. Six inch lengths easily fit into the
boiling pot. If you use a larger or a smaller pot, cut the length of the
leaves an inch less than the diameter of the pot.
A standard plastic shopping bag, holds more than
enough leaves and stems to make 60-ounces of the oleander extract.
Better safe than sorrry –
Unprocessed oleander contains compounds that are toxic which can be
absorbed through your skin,
but in reality, gardeners casually handle all
parts of the plant without protection
with no ill effects. Don’t burn oleander leaves, however,
since the smoke is toxic.
Put the cuttings in a
plastic shopping bag -
Avoid touching cut ends, use gloves, as the sap will
penetrate skin and is toxic.
cooking, wash the oleander cuttings thoroughly under a water spray head. The
boiling process will kill any bacteria, virus or little worms and spiders that
live on the leaves; larger matter will be filtered out durinig straining.
While washing, remove any dead or funky-looking matter.
Use a large porcelain or stainless steel pot -
up to 12 quarts in size, into which you stuff the
trimmings to 2" from the top of the pot. Fill with Spring or
filtered water (not treated with chlorine or fluoride ) to the top of the
trimmings. Pack the oleander down into the water and put the pot lid on,
making sure the water level is at least two inches from the top, so it won’t
boil over. Boil at a low, steady, steaming, rolling boil, with the lid on
for 3.5 to 4 hours, to keep it "cooking" without burning or boiling over. Check
on the liquid level every hour and,
If necessary, add water to ensure
leaves are covered. Stirring is not needed.
Remove plant material with tongs or a screen
ladle and discard carefully – be careful not to burn yourself.
Volume remaining should be about 60 - 70% of the original liquid.
Boil this slowly again for about 2 to 3 hours -
liquid again by 50%, to about 30% of original liquid.
Let this cool to room temperature, sitting
covered for about two hours -
should be as thick chicken soup broth, pouring easily into a straining pot.
Strain the remainder -
through 4 layers of large and preferably unbleached coffee filters or
filter paper using stainless steel colanders (in a pinch, one could use paper
towels and plastic colanders, which are commonly available in grocery stores).
Stack one on top of another with a filter (or towel) in between each. The
top filter (or towel) may plug and need to be replaced.
Use a soup ladle to slowly
pour the liquid through the towels/filters -
into a two-quart pan or bowl. Pour out all of the boiled liquid matter, except
for the sediment in the very bottom of the cooking pot, which you should put in
Repeat the filtering process to avoid side effects -
using four or more layers of unbleached coffee filters. It will take a
while, but the extra straining is needed to remove larger organic compounds that
cause the more common, though mild, side effects. It should be noted that
the patented Anvirzel™ is strained through less than 4 micron filters and no
side effects are reported when taken orally.
Preserve the product –
mixing the remaining liquid 50/50 with 80 proof vodka or apple cider
vinegar (organic, raw, non-distilled) extends shelf life by at least 6 months.
For flavor, you may add some of your favorite pancake syrup, such as boysenberry
Using a funnel, pour into plastic empty water
bottles with tight lids -
still, brown glass bottles, and
Avoid direct sunlight on the final liquid, as it will degrade in sunlight. You
should have a total of around 60 fl oz. of extract
Those with heart conditions or high blood pressure should only use oleander soup
with medical supervision - since this is an extract that acts like digitalis, which makes your
heart work harder.
Begin slowly, with small amounts, increasing
slowly as your system adapts -
Begin with ¼ to ½ of a teaspoon two or three times a day after meals, work up
slowly, building up tolerance in your
stomach and digestive systems, a week at
a time, until you reach 1 tablespoon three times a day after meals. The dosage
level varies with individual’s body weight, tolerance and side effects. Stay in
your “comfort zone"
When taking, hold the
liquid under your tongue for thirty seconds, then swallow, per the Ozel patent - This is called the sub-lingual method,
allowing the liquid to mix with enzymes produced in your mouth before
Side effects are normally
fairly mild - especially when compared to standard chemo or radiation therapy side
effects, and vary from one individual to another. Some people report
little or no side effects at all. Typical side effects for those who do
experience them can include mild fever, headache, diarrhea, nausea and
sometimes, vomiting. Usually these effects go away in a couple of weeks or
so, as the body adjusts to the oleander soup.
After a month or so, maybe
less, you should be up to tolerating the full dose
(1 Tablespoon 3 times per day)
minimum reaction - The dosage may vary with individual use, depending upon body weight and
sensitivity, and taking a little more is not harmful, but might increase
To counter diarrhea -
take over the counter diarrhea medicine or eat some shredded coconut or a
spoonful of coconut oil
Duration of Dosage -
typical treatment times are 2-3 months; after gaining control of the cancer, you
need to ensure it does not return. Continuation of smaller maintenance
dosages should be considered for at least a further 3 months while you work on
restoring your immune system.
Close the Cancer Door
Prevention/Maintenance Dosage - One regular dose three times a week (one Tablespoon) . It's easy
to make, costs almost nothing (if you live in the south). It is
believed that long term usage boosts the immune system, helps prevent many
diseases, targets and kills bad cells and ONLY bad cells, and in some cases,
leads to weight loss, more energy, and a lower craving for the dietary “sin
foods” like ice-cream and cake.
Oleander Skin Creme or Lotion
Slowly boil the
original brew down to a light syrup -
condensing the liquid and making it thicker at a less than boiling
Mix the final syrup
with an aloe based hand cream -
using one part oleander syrup to three
parts hand cream. Used regularly, Dr. Ozel’s patent says this is a good
topical cream for pre-cancerous skin cells, age spots, moles, and psoriasis.