Ineffective Anti-Cancer Remedies: Coffee Enemas

From the January 2006 edition of Dr. Fuhrman's Healthy Times:

The coffee enemas of the Gerson or Gonzolez cancer protocols are examples of treatments that have no documented benefits. While these programs offer patients a diet rich in vegetable juices and healthful organic foods, they also offer a smorgasbord of therapies that have not shown any benefits for cancer patients.

According to Gonzalez, cancerous tumors are collections of abnormal cells. So when therapy causes cell breakdown (necrosis),abnormal molecules of tumor waste are released into the blood, filtered and detoxified by the liver, and excreted through the bile ducts from the liver to the small intestine. The walls of the bile ducts are composed of smooth muscle that caffeine in coffee causes to relax, allowing ducts to "open wide," allowing tumor toxins to pass into the small bowel.

Gonzalez's explanation sounds scientific, but it is inaccurate. First of all, cancer cells are not in themselves toxic. They are harmful to the body because they multiply in a rapid and uncontrolled fashion. When cells die, whether cancerous or not, they do not overwhelm the body with toxins. But even if they did, toxins are excreted directly into the blood from the liver; they do not traverse the bile ducts.

Caffeinated beverages delivered rectally are not health-supporting and cannot detoxify your body any more effectively than rinsing your mouth with them and then spitting them out. At least two deaths have been linked to coffee enemas, attributed to hyponatremia and dehydration. There is also a risk of contamination from unsanitary equipment used to administer enemas. For example, one outbreak of Campylobacter sepsis occurred among clients at a border clinic in Mexico that offered coffee enemas, and an outbreak of amebiasis was also linked to fecal contamination of an enema-delivery system.
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Kathy P - January 12, 2007 11:11 AM

My mom went to the Gerson Clinic in Mexico in September 2006. She went there to treat her reoccurence of stage 4 ovarian cancer. She received chemo and her cancer came back six months afterwards.

While she was there her CA 125 dropped 30 points in two weeks. Her cancer has not returned in the 17 months that she has been following the Gerson Protocol. She follows the vegan diet and does drink 10 juices a day and does 3 enemas a day.

This is obviously working for her. I love Dr. Fuhrman and everything he says. I believe that we need to seek a nutritional excellence program before seeking standard drugs for care. But maybe there needs to be more studies done on something like coffee enemas.

I had cancer 15 years ago and was treated with chemo and radiation (my family ate very poorly). While I was at the Gerson clinic they told me that I needed to change my diet or it would kill me. They also told me that half of the chemo I received was still in me. They advised me to go home and follow the protocol that my mom was doing. Well, I did not want to do the coffeee enemas. I did juice 4-6 times a day and ate a near vegetarian diet. Within a week my hair started to fall out. I asked the doctors at the Gerson clinic if it was the chemo coming out. They said yes, but told me that I needed to do the enemas too. They said that the enemas would bring out the chemo and not let it circulate around my body and have an effect on me. I had lost most of my hair already but I started to do 1 enema a day. Since then, my hair has started to grow in. In fact, if I do go a couple of days without doing an enema, my hair starts to fall out again.

I just hate to hear that there are no scientific studies to support the Gerson therapy. They have been curing people with cancer for over 50 years. There were many people there while we were there who are doing well. I wish we could study all these different avenues that people are seeking for help with disease. Dr. Fuhrman has a wonderful foundation but there could be great things to add to a diet.

Thank You,
Katy

row - January 12, 2007 12:51 PM

kathy,
the effects of the chemo, hair failing out, whould have occured with or with out the coffee enemas. There is no possible way coffee enemas can help remove the radiation effects of chemo.
The gerson therarpy does encourage diet change which is good but along with that comes a baggage of crazy ideas that have nothing to do with recovering good health. They also believe in eating freshly killed raw liver too! [do you do that?] as if that is going to help anyone.
The changing of the diet to eating more fruits and vegetable is the only reason people improve on the gerson therapy. Believe it or not.

Kathy P - January 12, 2007 3:36 PM

Actually, we did not eat raw killed liver. They are not using that in their therapy now. I am not wanting to get into a debate with anyone on this topic. I just want people to know that we did go to the clinic and we did see results. The doctors are the most caring doctors I have ever seen (and I have seen a lot of doctors). They are trying to help people from dying of cancer. They did a great job teaching me the importance of eating correctly. A lot of what they recommend ties in with Eat To Live. We should have more doctors in the U.S. like them and like Dr. Fuhrman.

The reason they use the enema's is to flush the body of all the toxins. Once you drink all the juices, it releases toxins into your body. There are substances in the coffee that attaches to free radical cells. These toxins are disposed of through the intestines and they cannot be reabsorbed. The reason my hair fell out is because I had all the chemo flowing through my body. I think we can all agree on that. What the doctors told me is that the enema's take the chemo out of the body without having time to destroy fast growing cells (hair cells). I do not believe all the chemo is out of my body yet. (I had chemo 15 years ago) If I skip doing a coffee enema for more than three days my hair starts to fall out a lot. As long as I am doing the enemas every day, I do not see my hair falling out. I have been doing 1 coffee eneman a day for almost 15 months now without having any ill side efffects.

I know that I am not an expert on any of these issues. People can read "The Gerson Therapy" if they want more information. I just wanted to share that I do feel that coffee enemas should be tested and explored for the reason that the Gerson clinic does treat cancer patients successfully.

row - January 12, 2007 6:45 PM

your a believer in the gerson therapy, that's your right. I personally have meet people who haven't had the results you claim, debates happen. you want to recommend the gerson therapy here without a debate!!

If you had the money to do all the things you say you did,the gerson center is not cheap, you can afford to speak to DR fuhrman directly.I mean this in A nice way . Why don't have a phone consulation or join his members center and ask Dr fuhrman for some help. If i were you, that is exactly what I would do. Wishing you the best in your recovery.

Chany - October 27, 2007 2:04 PM

My wife had chemo and blackened, crooked triangle toe nails owing to serious diabetic problem.

She had coffee enema for 3 months at home,and toe nails becomes pinky flat shape, growing strong thick and dense hairs, the most remarkable thing is worst, chronic (for 40 years)CONSTIPATION gone.

She is healthy,and thanks to Coffee Enema. We recommended to many Korean
neighbors who experienced similiar improvement.

bill henson - November 7, 2007 12:45 PM

results speak for themselves. Coffee enemas are time-tested and when administered properly, deliver the benefits people are claiming. It's unfortunate you dont see the benefits in doing them yourself. A toxic body equals a toxic mind. You obviously are not using that thing between your ears we call a brain. So go get a bag of organic coffee and get rid of that ****! :)

Sheila - February 23, 2008 11:41 AM

Katy,
I had chemo for early-stage breast cancer 5 years ago and the cancer came back in sept of 07. It had spread to my bones, brains, and fluids around my heart. I went on the Gerson Program and most of my cancer disappeared within 2 months. I also noticed the hair falling out, I didn't realize it was related to the enemas but now I know to do the 3 a day, it was the one part of the program I was slacking on. Thanks for sharing, your advice may save my hair!!

Charley - March 8, 2008 6:48 PM

I have gallbladder full of stones & pain and I did a coffee enema 4 times over 3 days and I have passed a lot these stones. I would of NEVER believed it but I had to try it at least to see if I get relief because no Dr could offer me anything else except cut it out, wow cut out an organ I need to live healthy now thats smart.

Nic - October 23, 2008 9:01 PM

It's funny that the people who are bashing the treatment are people who have never tried it, and just assume it's not something that would work. Sounds pretty close-minded to me. Sounds like all the people who ACTUALLY HAVE experienced it are having good results. I'll take first hand experience over unwaranted skepticism anyday! I'm so glad all of you have found something that has worked when nothing else has!

Dr. Bob Childree - January 10, 2009 2:58 PM

Interesting posts. I have one coffee enema daily, and have for over two years. I always feel great and I never have a bad day. I do not normally drink beverages with caffeine because I am so sensitive to their effects, but the enemas do not seem to affect me that way. Coffee enemas do not cure cancer, they detoxify the liver. The liver is an extremely important organ, and it is extremely difficult to overcome cancer if one has a toxic load that the liver cannot handle. Detoxifying the liver does not guarantee recovery from cancer, but leaving the liver toxic makes the possibility of recovery quite poor. The Gerson Therapy is unequaled in its brilliant approach to curing degenerative diseases, by the way. Read "Dr. Max Gerson- Healing the Hopeless," by Howard Straus, available at www.gerson.org. It is a biography written like a best-selling novel. If you are hard to convince, then give this book a read. The coffee enema is the only way that has ever been found to introduce large quantities of palmitic acid into the liver, and that is what causes the detoxification, not the caffeine or other compounds found in coffee. There is much more, but books are available for in-depth studies.

David Kantey - March 4, 2009 10:45 AM

I have been suffering from chronic migraines for years despite being a vegetarian. I have tried the coffee enemas which completely rid me of the headache within the 20 minutes of doing the enema. It is a remarkable 'miracle ' for me...
recently I have tried to eat mostly organic and have found the incidence of migraines to be reduced to almost nothing...over 12 months now...I dont need to know why...it just is incredible that such a simple method drug free can create what is a miracle in my life as a past migraine sufferer !

Derek - May 2, 2009 1:53 PM

The Beautiful Truth (2008)... great documentary... watch it if this topic interests you

Informatr0n - September 22, 2009 6:49 AM

What does "row" know about this anyway.
Seems like he is just here to argue.

A Guevara - September 30, 2009 5:38 PM

My Stage III breast cancer came back and I decided to go to Hospital Meridian for Gerson Therapy.

I was NOT a believer in any way, as I had worked doing clinical research for the NIH for many years-much of it relating to cancer.

In less than 5 weeks my cancer was gone. That was eleven years ago!

The coffee enemas DO WORK. You can feel it. As harmful toxins are removed you experience nausea- after every enema.
This lessens over time.

Linda - November 8, 2009 12:21 PM

I have followed the Gerson Therapy for recovery from breast cancer after I was told to do chemo or I would DIE! I had the offending lump removed but was told that this would spread elsewhere in my body. I followed the Gerson treatment and the 4-5 coffee enemas a day. My hair also fell out and now I now it is because I did not keep up with the enemas to detox because of my work situation. Yes and when you had a splitting headache, the enemas would remove this within 15 min. My skin, my hair , my nails all improved with the treatment. It is not only Gerson who recommend Coffee enemas just do some research "row" as Bill Henson says you need one!!

Ste - January 17, 2010 10:54 AM

'row' wrote:
> your a believer in the gerson therapy, that's your right. I personally have meet people who haven't had the results you claim, debates happen. you want to recommend the gerson therapy here without a debate!!

'kathy' wrote:
> I am not wanting to get into a debate with anyone on this topic. I just want people to know that we did go to the clinic and we did see results.

I thought Kathy was quite clear. She just wants people to know of her personal experience.

(The only two people I heard of who died from doing coffee enemas were not following Gerson Therapy. That was abundantly clear from the descriptions that led up to the inevitable end results. Yes, coffee enemas form an important part of the Gerson Therapy, but only if done in accordance with the therapy as a whole. There are very clear instructions at source on how to safely do coffee enemas, and the _context_ in which it is safe to do them. Sadly, some people read about coffee enemas and start doing them without having done their initial research properly. I've been doing a maintenance form of Gerson Therapy out of choice for many years, and liaised with my 'conventional' GP who was open to things she had not heard of before, but agreed to my request to run relevant tests to make sure I was not damaging myself in any way - electolyte levels, K/Na balance, and so on. These all came out very well (along with excellent cholesterol levels and so on), and I've continued for many years with, speaking for myself, very good results.)

By the way, I've yet to find someone opposing the Gerson Therapy who can come up with a credible argument that really engages me in constructive debate. Every single time so far, we come up against the same 'wall', which goes along the lines of, Sigh, you haven't done your research have you. Here are the basic instructions, medical literature, scientific papers and testimonials to read. When you've read that, come back and we can have a proper debate as then you will know what you are talking about :-) No offense intended, but it probably will offend.

Silvana Procopio - January 28, 2010 1:54 PM

If you are a recovered Gerson patient or someone who have experienced results with the therapy, please contact the Gerson Institute to help us increase the recovered patients' database.

Thank you and wish you all the best in health.

www.gerson.org
sprocopio@gerson.org
619.685.5353

Ray Adams - March 24, 2010 7:59 PM

I note that you wish to hear from "recovered" and "results experienced" Gerson users - I suppose that is reasonable, given the alternative to "recovery"!

However, is it the case that all Gerson devotees heal and that there are no cases of "failure"?

In other words, where orthodox therapies can cite probabilities of success, Gerson cannot?

Just wondering?

Bobbie - August 25, 2010 1:01 AM

HI! everyone. This maybe of some interest to all of you. Dr.Hiromi Shinya M. D. in his book The Enzyme Factor,page 100 -101, he talks about coffee enemas. He recommends coffee enemas to his patients and he also does them himself. By the way he is the Chief of Surgical Endoscopy Unit, Beth Israel Medical Center. Clinical Professor of Surgery, Albert Einstein College of Medicine. From his book, " He performed the first non-invasive colon surgery. Using his own invention of the colonscope, he discovered the ability to both examine and operate on the colon without abdominal incision. In fact, he has examined the stomachs and intestines of over 300,000 people. " WOW! As I said he recommends coffee enemas. Hope this helps. Thank you for listening.

Fiona - September 21, 2010 10:06 AM

Coffee enema works. It heals the wounds quickly and relieves pain and also makes me feel energetic and healthy. It is really miraculous. I am doing this once a day now. I don't think I can go without it.
I wish everyone try this and know about this.

Marvin - December 8, 2010 5:27 PM

I am VERY impressed with what I've seen and heard about the Gerson Therapy. Including The Beautiful Truth DVD and the testimonials. I strongly believe in the Gerson Therapy.

However, I must say I am EXTREMELY disappointed and angered by the greed that exists at the Gerson Institute. I called to find out the cost, and I was told that it will cost $5,500 USD per week. (I called in Dec, 2010)

$5,500.00 per week? ARE YOU SERIOUS???!!! how can giving people carrot juice for a week cost so much?

And yet they bash the pharmaceutical companies for over charging! Can anyone here explain why it costs so much to become a patient at the clinic?

Miriam M. - December 14, 2010 11:21 AM

Re: Marvin Dec 8th 2010.

I knew someone would say that. How is $5,000/week comparable to almost $100,000 that you pay into health insurance to pay for medical costs for doctors who just treat us and don't get to the root of the problem. Consumers don't really realize how much money they spend on health insurance until their employer stops paying for it. It's cheaper to prevent than to treat, furthermore when someone has told you that you're gonna die in 6 mos. $5,000/week is hardly an issue.

Carolanne - December 15, 2010 8:54 AM

Does someone have information about the Gerson clinic in Mexico? Like Marvin, I am concerned about the cost of the program. Unfortunately, if one is unemployed, a single mother and struggling financially, $5,000 might as well be $100,000. Any success stories of doing the Gerson therapy on their own at home?

Lynn - February 20, 2011 12:20 AM

Most patients stay 1-3 weeks at the Gerson clinic according to the documentary. My friend's chemo treatments for breast cancer exceeded 1 million dollars, another man went into the hospital for a heart attack and had a $250,000 hospital bill for 5 days. Gerson clinic sounds like a bargain. Getting your insurance to pay for it is probably another story.

Ste - March 6, 2011 11:08 AM

> $5,500.00 per week? ARE YOU SERIOUS???!!! how can giving people carrot juice for a week cost so much?

I'm not sure of the current cost without checking, but if the cost quoted is correct, the first thing that springs to mind is that you are not just paying for carrot juice. If that's all you wanted, you could cut the cost by paying for the carrots yourself and hiring someone to make you carrot juice. However, the clinic is not a cafe. It has trained medical doctors there who, just like everyone else, need to earn a living and, aside from the people who provide the juices, are providing professional medical care.

The people who make the juices are also doing a job though and need to be paid just like everyone else. And, have you seen how much a single Norwalk juicer costs? How much does it cost to buy and pay for the running and upkeep of a building? I don't know, but it's another part of the cost. How about the administration side of things? Again, more people's salaries, more people involved in the care and running of the clinic. I imagine it isn't only the clinic. How do you think the Gerson Institute runs itself? The amount of work that the Institute does, including liaison with the doctors at the clinic, is phenomenal in proportion to the small number of staff. Much work has already occurred before you arrive at the clinic, on your behalf, as the Institute needs to deal with application forms for the clinic and perform the difficult task of liaising with the doctors to determine which patients are suitable to accept and to make the necessary arrangements. The more applications they receive, the more analysis, time and medical judgements need to be made. This is not trivial work. They handle support calls from all over the world on a daily basis, on the telephone and in mounting numbers of e-mail, not to mention urgent cases through the weekend on many an occasion with at least one person interrupting her own social and private home life to respond to urgent cases on a regular basis. They give training courses not only for care-giving, but also to trained 'conventional' medical doctors. They liaise with film makers on occasion. They provide a lot in the way of education. They provide a telephone coaching service and support. They keep a well-stocked library of material that regularly gets shipped to people all over the world. This is someone else's job and that person needs to earn a living too. You probably don't question how much it costs to post a book or DVD to someone, but consider that someone has a fulltime job just responding to the demand for this material. Someone has to package these items and arrange the shipping and transportation details. They attend conventions to distribute more information and material, give presentations, and someone needs to pay for all that so that the general public can be made aware of the choices that exist and the lives that can be saved. Mundane things like electricity, food, cleaning, even keeping the clinic grounds tidy and clean all add to the cost.

I imagine that none of these things, on their own, are possibly overly expensive, apart from the Norwalk juicers! But there are probably heaps of things I've missed out and this is just an initial thought check of what you are really paying for when you go to the clinic. Oh, also all the educational material that is provided. You aren't just paying for books or videos. You're paying for the tremendous amount of effort that people have put into actually creating those things. Remember, this is a non-profit organization and they do not get the type of funding that I guess most government-run organizations might get.

I hope that helps a bit, or at least broadens the horizon a little to give a bit more understanding. I'm fairly certain the Institute also publishes some sort of yearly financial report as I'm reasonably certain I received one a while ago. It may help you to look at that.

Lastly, I could mention the sacrifices that some of the people working at the Institute have made to be able to help provide this care, but it would be appalling undiplomatic of me to do so, so I hope I don't offend anyone by simply saying, you are very unlikely to find anyone at the Gerson Institute arriving at work in a Rolls Royce or a Ferrari. The same cannot be said of most consultants providing less effective cancer-therapy treatments.

It's right to question the cost, but I think it can be justified.

Regards,
Ste

Francie Snell - April 5, 2011 9:54 PM

Wow Ste! I just want to give you a kudos for that one. You know the ins and outs and it couldn't have been said any better.

Best Regards

val - May 8, 2011 8:07 PM

Today is the first time I have read these comments as I was googling Gershon Therapies. All of the postings regarding people's hair falling out caught my eye. I have MS. I went into this diet cold turkey to get my immune system to stop attacking itself(the juicing, hippocrates soup, vegan)and my hair started to fall out.
I have not been diagnosed with cancer, have never had chemo.
research on hair falling out could have been from antibiotics, stress, thyroid issues, etc.
I have strayed from the Gershon diet(stayed vegan) and my hair stopped falling out. I want to start again because I did feel better any feel it is a healthier lifestyle but am afraid that my hair wiLl fall out again.


LL - May 17, 2011 11:35 PM

I had the feeling a Gerson family member was talking:) What a wonderful conversation. Makes me giggle, don't imagine the creator of the blog intended so many patients to come forward to defend what's real. Thank you for the option of this treatment, for the people who really want to get better and sorry for those who just want to be right. I was told to take coffee enamas last week to help with my liver while I'm changing my diet to fix "leaky gut." I only do them twice a week. Makes sense it's not often considering it's not cancer.

Margaret Kiessling - May 26, 2011 10:54 AM

I am responding to the first comment on this forum in regard to cancer not being toxic. Obviously the author has never heard of tumor lysis syndrome which can be deadly. Look it up! Cancer cells that break down rapidly can clog kidneys and affect the heart itself. It is not something to ignore.

Kelly - October 1, 2011 6:32 AM

I don't have any serious illness other than hemeroids which I could never get rid of since having children. I have been to many naturopathic doctors and medical intuitives over the years.

I have been using coffee enemas for about 8 months and wonder how I ever survived without them!!! My hemeroids are totally gone, I have lost weight and my candida has almost disappeared. I cant say enough good about coffee enemas, and would encourage anyone to do their research and give it a try. I AGREE THE CRITICS ON HERE. I THINK YOU NEED TO DETOX YOUR BRAIN!!

GOOD LUCK EVERYONE

Andrew - November 25, 2011 12:08 PM

Hahaha! The poster says "Coffee enemas don't work" and then a bunch of former Gerson patients comment saying "Actually they do work."
Nice try, Big Pharma agent. Gerson will kick your chemo-butt any day.

Dia M - January 18, 2012 11:58 PM

About 2 yrs ago, menopausal & gaining wt-generally miserable, I studied the idea of toxicity, coffee enema, health improvement. With the 2nd enema my life was changed for good. The most amazing effect: the calm positive well-being which becomes, over time (with daily or weekly enemas), permanent! If there's no medical basis for it-then I'll gladly accept that it's a miracle. When I add in the most complete turnaround my health has taken-I thank God for Drs like Gerson, Kelley, Dean, Wright & those like them

Carrie - January 21, 2012 9:55 PM

I have been on the Gerson diet for 8 days now, I have non hodgkins Lymphoma (NK T Cell, extranodal, nasal type). I was wondering if anyone could email me who has done this diet and had success? I have so many questions and would appreciate a positive outcome and someone to talk to, Thank you, my email is below
Carrie

carriehagely@yahoo.com

Emma - January 28, 2012 9:49 PM

Im 35 and I Love coffee enemas!!! I do it 4 times a week
My mother passed away with cancer 16 years ago, She had 72 Sessions of chemo and 12 radiations in 5 years and she still passed away. I wish my family knew what we know now about alternative Treatments I'm sure she would still be alive. She was a fighter. I'm not sick in any way but feel emotional happier and physically Stronger and I feel great after my coffee enema.
My sister who is a QRA Practitioner / Kinesiologist for the past 5 years introduced me to it a few years ago and it took me just one time to feel great I got hooked. My Dad who has Emphysema does it and he can breath so much better and lost his belly, he's is 68. My husband who is a body builder 37 loves doing coffee enemas also. He does it 3-4 times a week.
Why do we do it ? Because we think outside of the box. "row" :) and For whoever said 5,500 was expensive? Its still cheeper then almost $1,000 per chemo, my dad spent almost his life savings for my mom not including hospital stays meds ect.. Her insure stopped paying after a point.
I'm so happy for everyone that is getting great results with the enemas and Gerson diet!
Keep up the fight your worth it and never give up theirs always a heather way then crapy toxic modern medicine !!!

Mark - January 31, 2012 9:21 PM

My brother in law had brain tumor/cancer removed & chemo and everything about 15 years ago, he now has been diagnosed with MDS & is supposed to get bone marrow transplant/chemo, has anyone heard Gerson therapy working for someone with MDS? Thank you

Tom - March 30, 2012 9:23 AM

Like Mark who posted 1/31/2012 I am also interested if anyone has any experience with MDS and the Gerson Therapy - my coworker has just been diagnosed and is looking at chemo treatments and blood transfusions in the near future. Would appreciate any info - thanks!

Sean - June 12, 2012 9:10 AM

I wanted to throw my hat into the ring, having read the Gerson Therapy and seen quite a few of the documentaries on the subject. That said, I do not have a PhD or claim to be an expert. In response to the debate over cost, which is roughly $6000/wk, there is far more involved other than carrot juice. There are expensive supplements, the cost of boarding at the hospital, organic meals prepared daily, organic enemas as many as 5 times daily, not to mention standardized testing, such as x-rays and blood tests. When you weigh this against the offset costs of traditional medicine (ie: chemo, radiation and surgery), even after insurance kicks in, you will easily be in the hundreds of thousands. Also, most patients will only be at the clinic for a few weeks to 2 months, upon which time the therapy can be administered at home. Quite simply, the main reasons for attacks against the therapy come from pharmaceutical companies and traditional medicine doctors, who most likely have their incomes GREATLY inflated by said pharma companies, and also from those who have not experienced the therapy themselves, or may be fearful or disapproving of enemas. Just remember, there is NO money in healthy eating, especially when you consider that our economy hinges upon agribusiness and pharmaceutical companies that have poisoned us for 60 years.

J - October 3, 2012 7:09 AM

I shrunk my mastoid tumor that had been growing for 7 years and caused me to go blind in one eye and began losing the vision of my right eye as well. I did Gerson because it did make sense, I also know a woman who cured her metastatic melanoma and thyroid cancer at the Gerson institute. I have since met MANY MANY others who have used nutrition to heal from cancer and diabetes. I never did the coffee enemas, but my friends have done them, and they had nothing but improved health. Any time a large amount of toxins are flushed from the body, you will have side effects, rashes, nausea, headaches, etc. On Gerson, toxins are eliminated fast because of the amazing boost the immune system gets from the nutrients that feed and strengthen the immune system.

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