GREG'S LEGACY

Specialising in the human experience of Living with prostate cancer – warts and all

Alternate cancer therapies

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Weekly update letter …

Dear family and friends

Last Friday, I had a fellow up Wodonga way referred to me by The Border Mail. he read the story and felt a need to talk with me. I phoned him to find he is a prostate cancer survivor, claiming to be completely cured through natural medicines – in particular an aboriginal herbal remedy called Gumbi Gumbi tea.

Aboriginal medicine made from the Lilly Pilli tree

Aboriginal medicine made from the leaves of the Lilly Pilli tree

A Google Search shows this to be something not to be ignored so I met Alan in Wangaratta to compare notes and was sent home with a supply of Gumbi Gumbi leaf. The treatment consists of taking a litre of the tea as a detox with a maintenance regime of 100 ml daily. I spoke with a lady in Yapoon who collects and distributes the material who advised that many advanced cancers have been recorded cured with Gumbi Gumbi … but it doesn’t do too well on bone cancer … and that’s what I have. Still, it will do no harm to give it a month or two.

As it is claimed that Gumbi Gumbi can reduce the PSA levels and I am due for another hormone implant (primary treatment) in a fortnight, I want to get a couple of weeks of Gumbi Gmbi into me by then. To try and measure any improvement, I want to get a PSA level taken at that time to compare against the one last week (PSA 300) and the expected PSA 100 in October. Who knows, it may help!

The prostate cancer beastie

The prostate cancer beastie. Click the image to read original BBC-News article

The other supplements – shark cartilage, bovine cartilage and lactoferrins – are definitely having some effect as my general feeling of wellbeing has improved in the week I have been using them.

In Tuesday’s Herald-Sun, there was an article about a new “once a day” pill, called abiraterone, that has been found to shrink tumours and relieve pain in eight out of 10 men with aggressive and incurable prostate cancer – that’s me!. Initial trials have extended expected lifespans from 18 to 32 months so I have volunteered for the stage 3 clinical trials if they are happening in Australia.

The Border Mail article was also responsible for one branch of the family, on my late mother’s side (the Trevertons and Cribbes clan), learning of my situation and they are now coming to visit.

I keep telling you about the great community support we receive. This week, we received an anonymous letter, postmarked Whitfield P.O., with a printed “Prayer to St. Peregrine for Sick Relatives and Friends”. Both Pauline and I treasure the prayer and the community that has accepted us so completely.

Regards
Greg

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Written by Greg Naylor

25 July 2008 at 12:00 am

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  2. have u looked at mms web http://www.themmsexperience.com it has just knocked dengie fever from my body in 4 hrs not sure about bone cancer but well worth alook cheers tom

    tom wharton

    26 January 2009 at 10:00 am

    • This website is no longer active .Russell suffered a terrible stroke and has not recovered. MMS can still be obtained from Jim Humble and others.
      cheers
      kim

      kim wally

      16 July 2012 at 10:31 pm

  3. Hi,
    Please advise the contacty at Yeppoon for leaf. I have breast cancer and have been advised to try Gumbi Gumbi and am having trouble sourcing supply.I wish you well with your journey. I have used black salve and am now looking for a general detox and maintenance herb which I believe the Gumbi Gumbi will fulfil my needs.
    Thanks
    Kathy

    Kathy

    29 April 2010 at 9:22 pm

    • hi i have been tailing the MMS now for about six months have had success with the treatment and elimination of Shingles within one week ,the flew controlled in 8 hours and gone in two days , i had cardio arrhythmia after taking MMS strictly 8 to 9 hrs a day for seven days so far i have not had any symptoms for one month but it still may be too early to say that the symptoms will return but it has been great without the heart racing for 160 beats a minute for 5 hours at least 4 or 5 times a month i had suggested to a friend that she try it on a rash which her daughter has had for a long period of time it was gone within a week it is a good treatment for Golden Staff using the gas on the affected area , it also is a great detox for the blood ,kills parasites ,viruses ,and heavy metals ,i have seen this work ,i have a friend that will be using MMS for the treatment of LEUKEMIA after the next blood test ,i also believe that MMS is having an adverse affect on type 2 Diabetes i have been doing everything to try and raise my blood sugar levels so far so good i will at a later date have another glucose tolerance test to confirm ,

      Alan

      15 December 2012 at 5:33 pm

    • Hi Kathy you can ring 0448265519 and they will call you back gumby gumby supplier is in yapping Queensland and you can order it on the net hope this helps

      Lorraine morrison

      2 May 2014 at 8:50 am

  4. my mum is 89 and has bowel cancer she has sufferd with cramps an leg an back pain she started on gumby gumby 3months back and i have not had to rub her back or legs for 1 month an cramps have gone it is still early to know about her cancer but things look promising

    Neil Tranter

    11 November 2011 at 9:17 pm

  5. I have now secured plants of Gumby Gumby for our mail order nursery in Nambour Qld. We are still growing them on …but plants about 30cm tall will hopefully be ready for sale at a reasonable price by about March 2012.
    We have a good supply. You can register on our website at http://www.paraplants.com & we will email you when available. Keep in mind that you still have to wait for several months for the plant to grow. At this stage we do not know their growth rate but are watching them with interest.
    Bob Chalmers Paradise Distributors Nambour Qld

    Bob Chalmers

    27 December 2011 at 9:32 pm

  6. i still have not rubbed my mums legs or back and her blood circulation has improved—–i also look after a 61year old lady who has had both breasts removed from cancer an after kemo cancer has come back in her spin an back i was rubbing her back as much as 4 to 6 times daily since i put her on gumby gumby i rub her back 1 to 2 times weekly

    Neil Tranter

    26 January 2012 at 3:05 pm

    • HI TRY MMS YOU CAN GET SOME INFO ON YOUTUBE ,I RECOMMEND YOU WATCH A VIDEO
      INTERVIEW WITH JIM HUMBLE CAMELOT .

      Alan

      15 December 2012 at 5:39 pm

  7. i getmy gumby gumby from yeppon qld phone number is 0448265519 ask for klaus

    Neil Tranter

    26 January 2012 at 3:07 pm

  8. kim wrote

    I have been keenly researching this subject for about 40 years, I believe there are a number of ways to deal successfully with cancer -as the body when it has the right tools will conquer disease.

    Is Gumb Gumby a good tool? I have spoken to many who have seen success and yes it has been studied in a couple of Universities -however, already they have found that only 1 variety (there are at least 6) is efficacious against cancer cells -also, it has been established that the potency varies according to the area the tree is grown -to a huge degree.

    My belief is this has to do with the very deep root system of the native Pittosporoum (gumby gumby) -this very deep system must find and make available to the tree all the minerals,phytochemicals etc. that it needs to produce the anti-cancer properties it often has.

    I have spent a lot of time speaking to those who have been involved with Gumby Gumby for decades -the consensus amongst those who do not have profit to influence them is:
    Yes the right tree (variety) grown in the right place , for a very long time (naturally grown) finding the right soil and depth -can yield amazing results – I do not believe this can be found on the internet.

    If you want it- you will need to have PERSONAL and LOCAL knowledge (don’t trust any sales person!) and you will need to drink a revolting tea -if you want to give a try.

    There have been well known (local knowledge) cases of brain tumors being resolved ect. but of course,
    usually , with any modality, a lot depends on the patient and what else they are doing -or not doing.

    To sum up -research very well, only use leaves from an old native tree that the animals will eat , only use the correct variety.
    Some believe that selenium or some other mineral is the active ingredient often missing in our diet due to poor soils here. This could explain why Gumby Gumby , with it’s amazing root system can reach this storehouse deep below us in uncultivated soil. Who knows.
    all the best

    kim wally

    27 March 2012 at 12:24 pm

    • hi kim
      hi kim, i have started using gumbi gumbi for my health and am in possession of a large amount in the springsure region. and as i understand our plants are the most potent as they grow wild with particular trees and soils…i m hoping to make this available to others that need this miracle plant and would like to use your comments on my facebook page Gumbi Gumbi. i am still in the early stages but m looking at travelling to popular markets and mail order. i have seen the other sites that distribute gumbi gumbi and i know i have the rigdy didge100% based on my traditional knowledge. mine is wild harvested and i plan on making it affordable so everyone that needs it can benefit. check out my page and i would love to have a chat oneday.

      linda black

      30 April 2014 at 7:54 pm

      • Hi Linda, I was diagnosed with aggressive prostate cancer in Nov and has now spread to 8 bones. HAD ENOUGH of chemo and hormone therapy. Please advise how you are progressing with your Gumby Gumby products and what is available. Many thanks Rob.

        Rob Alback

        10 March 2015 at 8:10 am

        • 🌳🌳I’m starting a beautiful home cottage business with our native Australian Bush Herb, Gumby Gumby if you’re interested in knowing more please don’t hesitate to contact me.

          My husband a Nunuccal Aboriginal Elder from Stradbroke Island and myself harvest The Gumby Gumby plant and have extensive knowledge of this wonderful bush medicine.

          And Thank You for your future enquiry.

          🌳Gumby Gumby tea. $50 sandwhich size pouch.
          🌳Gumby soap $5.
          🌳Salve and oil $20,
          🌳capsules $50 (100)

          A trial pack of tea, soap, oil and salve $25
          Postage $10 anywhere in Australia.

          If you would like any additional information please don’t hesitate to ask.

          Love and Light
          Djunanjali
          Mirragimpah Gumby Gumby Products.🌳

          I encourage you to research Gumby Gumby online to further your knowledge of this beautiful medicinal product.

          🌳🌳On the 24th May 10am-4pm. I will have a marquee outside my home selling Gumby Gumby products. 2a Arthur St Woody Point.🌳🌳

          Testimonial

          JULIE BAGNALL
          My clients and I can vouch for this amazing plant and its healing properties – I run an exercise and wellbeing studio and have sessions for retirees many suffering with arthritis pain and they all use Gumby Gumby rubbing cream or take capsules and get immediate pain relief its taken this place by storm – give it a try

          Lee Doherty

          13 May 2015 at 9:03 pm

  9. […] from various other cancer sufferers – one who offered an aboriginal remedy being Gumbi Gumbi (which I wrote about here).  I tracked down the source and found that Gumbi Gumbi comes from the Lilly Pilly Tree and has […]

  10. Great article, just what I was looking for.

    Reed Watson

    16 July 2012 at 11:53 pm

    • “”” i have not had to rub her back or legs for 1 month and cramps have gone it is still early to know about her cancer but things look promising”””
      I have mentioned it elsewhere, but I’ll say it again… There are just SOoo many natural products that help.
      A plumber friend complained of excruciating leg pain and said his doctors were “just waiting to amputate”.
      I gave him some OPCxtra and within weeks the pain was mostly gone.. Colour had returned, and they were now warm again.. If you research Maritime Pine-Bark Extract (Pycnogenol), you will find this (well reported) effect from the product .. ie. capillary dilation..
      There are just so many natural chemicals that can help with our ailments.. I only wish there was a Gumbi Gumbi growing in our local park in Sydney…
      As with Pycnogenol (the cornerstone of OPCXtra), the art is to isolate and concentrate the active polyphenols and antioxidants, and make then bio-available..
      We all have so much to learn, if only we can keep the drug companies out of the picture..
      ..
      .

      Peter

      24 July 2012 at 5:27 pm

  11. Anybody looking for Gummby Gummby? – Aboriginal bush medicine. My name is Janet Graham and I have a great range of products including bath salts, capsules, creams and straight Gummby Gummby to drink. Give me a call because Gummby Gummby works, mobile 0427471084

    Janet Graham

    10 November 2013 at 12:29 pm

  12. I. Just been told I’ve got liver cancer .i just order my gamby gamby I hoop it works for me to

    Althea Puttock

    3 December 2013 at 9:17 pm

    • Hello Althea,
      🌳🌳I’m starting a beautiful home cottage business with our native Australian Bush Herb, Gumby Gumby if you’re interested in knowing more please don’t hesitate to contact me.

      My husband a Nunuccal Aboriginal Elder from Stradbroke Island and myself harvest The Gumby Gumby plant and have extensive knowledge of this wonderful bush medicine.

      And Thank You for your future enquiry.

      🌳Gumby Gumby tea. $50 sandwhich size pouch.
      🌳Gumby soap $5.
      🌳Salve and oil $20,
      🌳capsules $50 (100)

      A trial pack of tea, soap, oil and salve $25
      Postage $10 anywhere in Australia.

      If you would like any additional information please don’t hesitate to ask.

      Love and Light
      Djunanjali
      Mirragimpah Gumby Gumby Products.🌳

      I encourage you to research Gumby Gumby online to further your knowledge of this beautiful medicinal product.

      🌳🌳On the 24th May 10am-4pm. I will have a marquee outside my home selling Gumby Gumby products. 2a Arthur St Woody Point.🌳🌳

      Testimonial

      JULIE BAGNALL
      My clients and I can vouch for this amazing plant and its healing properties – I run an exercise and wellbeing studio and have sessions for retirees many suffering with arthritis pain and they all use Gumby Gumby rubbing cream or take capsules and get immediate pain relief its taken this place by storm – give it a try

      Lee Doherty

      13 May 2015 at 9:04 pm

      • Hello, could you email me about Gumby Gumby. I have rheumatoid arthritis so painful at times, would like to t
        ry the real products. My late mum was aboriginal from Charleville. email – tari11@bigpond.com
        Thank you
        Claudette Cooper.

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