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Who is afraid of Hulda Clark? Asymmetric Warfare on Cancer

by Simon Yu, MD

Hulda Clark, Ph.D., N.D. passed away one year ago. It is time to honor her and remember her as a great humanitarian and medical researcher in the field of alternative medicine. She challenged conventional medicine and changed the future of medicine.

I met Hulda on two occasions at medical conferences. I was amazed that such a humble and modest person had the audacity to write a book called The Cure for All Cancer. Her theories are unconventional yet she provided over 100 successful cases in her book. She even wrote a book called The Cure for All Disease.

Parasites And Cancer

Hulda Clark believed that parasites are the culprit for the development of cancer and flukes are the main cancer causing parasite. According to her, humans are heavily infested with parasites, particularly the intestinal fluke, Fasciolopsis buskii, plus many other flukes and the common roundworms.

The completion of the life cycle of Fasciolopsis buskii in the liver establishes the malignant process, namely by the production of the mitotic stimulant, ortho-phospho-tyrosine. A common bacterium species, Clostridium, manufactures isopropyl alcohol in the digestive tract under the influence of toxic dental restoration material. There are several more complicated steps that occur for the development of cancer cells.

Parasites Are Hidden Enemies

To fight cancer, you have to prepare a “battle plan war strategy.” Asymmetric warfare is a new

buzzword that is being used by the American military. Although the word has several meanings, it is often used to describe an enemy that hides in plain site. When we declare war on cancer, the battle against parasites is an example of asymmetric warfare.

Asymmetric warfare is synonymous with guerilla warfare, a Spanish expression that means “little war.” Military historians understand that innovative asymmetric tactics have changed the outcomes of battles as well as world history. To detect and fight invisible parasites, you must adopt asymmetric warfare.

Are the medical schools and medical scientists training future medical doctors to handle asymmetric biological threats like parasites, heavy metals, environmental pollutions, nutritional deficiencies, and hidden dental problems? I doubt it. Traditional medical use of antibiotics, chemo therapy and radiation therapy are not appropriate for asymmetric biological warfare.

Hulda Clark was involved in the war on cancer. Although she did not refer to parasites as an asymmetric threat, she instinctively understood that parasites require nontraditional thinking. She knew the real danger is coming from unrecognized parasites, environmental pollutions and hidden dental problems. Einstein once said, “We cannot solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.”

Nematodes in Soy and Corn

Scientists are now only beginning to catch up to Hulda's discoveries. For example, soil scientists around the country have identified nematodes in soybean and corn crops that could easily infect humans and animals. A nematode is a roundworm that may have as many as one million species. Hulda identified a nematode called Ascaris that she found causes asthma in humans. Heartworms that are familiar to dog and car owners, are also nematodes. In my practice, I have discovered a nematode called a Strongyloid stercoralis that can live in the human body for 50 or 60 years and eventually cause congestive heart failure.

Detecting Parasites With Sound

For parasite detection, Hulda used a sound resonance device that she built with parts from Radio Shack. I use a sound resonance device called an EAV that was invented in Germany in the 1950s by Dr. Rhinehold Voll. The acronym EAV is an abbreviation for Electroacupuncture According to Voll. Dr. Voll's device measures electricity at the acupuncture points on the body. When I put a parasite drug in the circuit with the EAV device and a patient's body, I've learned to listen for a sound that tells me that a parasite is present.

Unfortunately, unless doctors learn how to identify parasites with sound, stealth invaders like nematodes will cleverly hide in hosts for decades. There is a stool test for parasites, but it is unreliable. Parasites can live all over the body and not just invade the gastrointestinal tract.

Prevalence of Nematode Infections

Over ninety percent of my patients have worms that cause serious human diseases such as intractable allergies and asthma, migraine headache, sciatica, constipation and diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, colitis, bronchiectasis, vision loss, anxiety, depression, nightmares, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) problems, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, arthralgia and myalgia, pelvic pain, eczema, psoriasis, hypertension, and cancers.

Preventative Antiparasite Herbs

As a PhD, Hulda did not prescribe drugs to kill parasites, but discovered an important group of herbs that each kill many different parasites. Although I use drugs to rapidly kill parasites in patients who have been diagnosed with disease, herbs are a very accessible self-help measure that can be used to kill invaders before they become a problem.

Antiparasite herbs that Hulda identified include:

• Black Walnut Hull Tincture

• Wormwood

• Cloves

• Eucalyptus

• Boneset

• Epazote

• Birch bark

• Burdock

• Reishi mushroom

• Turmeric

• Fennel

Since my book has been published, I have also discovered that Thyme has important antiparasite properties. It kills hook-worms, roundworms, threadworms and skin parasites.Thyme also destroys Cryptococcus neoformans, Aspergillus, Saprolegnia, Salmonella typhimurium, Staphylococcus aureas, and Escherichia coli.

Hulda told her readers to buy every herb that they could find. If your local health or natural foods store does not carry bulk herbs, Jeansgreens.com carries most of the herbs on Hulda's list. Four ounces of each herb is an appropriate amount to start and Jeansgreens.com is flexible about selling small quantities. Once you buy a selection of herbs, I recommend making herbal tea.

If you can't buy all of the herbs at once, buy the following herbs due to their role in killing nematodes.

• Black Walnut Hull Tincture

• Wormwood

• Cloves

• Thyme

The other herbs that Hulda discovered kill smaller microorganisms. If you buy your herbs gradually, buy the balance of herbs as soon as you can.

Killing Large Parasites

If you have a parasite infection, there are probably many in your body's tissues. Parasites reproduce rapidly and lay thousands of eggs during lunar cycles. Dead parasites will eventually be absorbed by your body, but you can help dissolve them with pancreatic enzymes. Supplement manufacturers such as NOW and Solgar make quadruple strength pancreatin capsules that you will want to have on hand before you start drinking your antiparasite tea.

Making Antiparasite Tea

Hulda recommended 18/10 stainless steel pans due to leaching problems in other metal pans If the houseware department of your local stores do not carry 18/10 stainless steel, look for this type of stainless steel at Cookware.com. A small, one-quart sauce pan is suitable for making tea.

A basic recipe using Hulda's priority antiparasite herbs include the following ingredients:

2-3 Cups of Water

2-3 Tea Bags Black Tea

48 Drops of Black Walnut Hull Tincture

12 Drops of Wormwood Tincture

1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon of Ground Cloves

2-3 Sprigs of Fresh Thyme

Heat this tea mixture on a medium-high heat until you see steam gathering over the pan. If you allow your tea to boil, it may taste bitter. The tea may be re-heated and consumed for a period of 3-4 hours.

To make tea with the supplemental herbs that kill smaller microorganisms, use the following recipe:

2-3 Cups of Water

1 Tablespoon of Herb

Antiparasite Recipe for Pets

The herb you'll want to use to kill your pet's parasites is Thyme. Fresh or dried thyme from high-quality company can be added to your pet's food in very small amounts:

1/8 teaspoon per meal for cats

1/4 teaspoon per meal for dogs

Note: If you use fresh thyme, be sure to remove all sections of the woody stem and use only the leaves.

Health Surprises

Parasite infections mimic a long list of allergy-related health problems that are too numerous to list in this article. I have compiled a chart that lists symptoms associated with parasite infections and allergy-related problems. You will be surprised to see the similarity in the symptoms. Many symptoms that indicate a parasite infestation also indicate allergy problems and vice-versa as

shown in the first half of each column.

Parasites Allergies

Asthma Asthma

Bloating Bloating

Brain fog Brain fog

Cramps Cramps

Diarrhea Diarrhea

Fatigue Fatigue

Flatulence Flatulence

Gallbladder attack Gallbladder attack

Headaches Headaches

Immune deficiency Immune deficiency

Irritable bowel syndrome Irritable bowel syndrome

Mucous secretion Mucous secretion

Muscle problems Muscle pain

Ulcerative colitis Ulcerative colitis

Weight gain Weight gain

Weight loss Weight loss

Anal itching Abdominal pain

Appendicitis Acne

Brain abscess ADD/ADHD

Cancer Anorexia

Cardiomyopathy Bedwetting

Constipation Behavioral changes

Cough Bronchitis

Dermatitis Canker sores

Eczema Celiac disease

Fever Conjunctivitis

General pain Ear infection

Hallucination Edema

Indigestion Hives

Inflammation Hypoglycemia

Insomnia Irregular heartbeat

Intestinal bleeding Irritability

Liver dysfunction Itching

Malabsorption Joint pain

Memory loss Low back pain

Nausea Seizures

Peritonitis Sinusitis

Poor coordination Skin rash

Pulmonary fibrosis Urinary problems

Urogenital dysfunction Urticaria

Once you have killed your stealth invaders, don't be surprised if numerous allergy-related health problems disappear. I call the sudden disappearance of a health problem an "accidental cure."


Dr. Simon Yu, M.D. is a Board Certified Internist and author of a recently published book called Accidental Cure: Extraordinary Medicine for Extraordinary Patients. He practices Internal Medicine with an emphasis on Alternative Medicine to use the best each has to offer. For more articles and information about alternative medicine as well as patient success stories visit his web site at www.PreventionAndHealing.com or call Prevention and Healing, Inc., 314-432-7802. You can also attend a free monthly presentation and discussion by Dr. Yu on Alternative Medicine at his St. Louis office on the second Tuesday each month at 6:30 pm. Please call to verify the date and reserve your space.

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