The Pharmaceutical Industry Do Not Want You To Know About This: Three Simple Ingredients That Treat Cancer!

This recipe contains natural ingredients that probable can treat serious diseases like cancer is worth trying.

The first one who prepared this recipe was the Brazilian priest Romano Zego.

It has just 3 ingredients: Aloe Vera, honey and alcohol. It is obvious that many pharmaceutical companies don’t want this kind of recipe to be spread in public.

This recipe helped a lot of people suffering from cancer, so why not give it a try?

Ingredients needed:

  • 350 grams of fresh Aloe Vera leaves
  • 6 tablespoons of 40 % alcohol (you can use vodka).
  • 500 grams of organic honey.


Wash the Aloe Vera leaves, and remove their thorns with a towel. Then cut the leaves on small pieces and mix them together with the alcohol and the honey. Mix until you get a hard mixture.

Put the mixture into a jar and place it into a fridge.

How to consume it?

It is recommended to take one tablespoon three times a day half an hour before meals.

Beating cancer without harsh treatments.

Health freedom advocate Ty Bollinger has dedicated a significant portion of his life to cancer research, leading him to produce an important documentary called The Truth About Cancer. When the film was released last year, the mainstream media completely blacked it out.

They did so in an effort to protect their sponsors and to conceal the truth. Many of today’s largest industries are also the largest polluters and are therefore the greatest contributors to chronic disease and cancer.

These industries also happen to be the biggest financial donors to mainstream media outlets, which enables the vicious cycle of concealing the truth. But thanks to people like Bollinger, the truth about natural cancer cures can not be suppressed.




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