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Country Doct0r Cures Cancer With Baking Soda and Maple Syrup (Updated Oct. 10, 2012)

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Jim Kelmun Protocol
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How It Works 
This treatment is a combination of pure, 100% maple syrup and baking soda. When mixed and heated together, the maple syrup and baking soda bind together. The maple syrup targets cancer cells (which consume 15 times more glucose than normal cells) and the baking soda, which is dragged into the cancer cell by the maple syrup, being very alkaline, removes the microbe inside the cancer cell. 
The Protocol
Very Important Note: USE ONLY baking soda which is stated to be "aluminum free." This includes pharmaceutical grade baking soda or a product such as Bob's Red Mill (Aluminum-Free) Baking Soda. 
Mix one part baking soda with three parts (pure, 100%) maple syrup in a small saucepan. 
Stir Briskly as it is heating. 
Heat the mixture for 5 minutes (which means do not use heat that is too high). 
Take 1 teaspoon daily, as needed. 
We have not been able to get the maple syrup to bind to the baking soda, using Bob's Red Mill baking soda. If you figure out how to keep the maple syrup from separating from the baking soda, after refrigerating overnight, please let us know how you did it (make sure you include the word "cancer" or "Kelmun" in the Subject line:
ASHVILLE, N.C. – “There’s not a tumor on God’s green Earth that can’t be licked with a little baking soda and maple syrup!” That’s the astonishing claim of controversial folk healer Jim Kemun—who says his simple home remedy can stop and reverse the growth of deadly cancers.
The 75-year-old former truck driver has no medical degree and authorities are demanding that he stop dispensing his “wonder drug” –or face a prison sentence.
But his loyal patients swear by the man they fondly call “Dr. Jim”—and say he’s a miracle worker.
“Dr. Jim cured me of lung cancer,” declares farmer Ian Rodhouse, 64.  “Those other doctors told me I was a goner and had less than six months to live.
“But the doc put me on his mixture—and in a couple of months, the caner was gone. It didn’t even show up on X-rays!”
The gentle, silver-haired grandfather—who has been preparing home remedies since 1954—says he first hit upon the miracle cure in the mid-1970’s, when he was treating a family plagued by breast cancer.
“there were five sisters in the family and all of them passed away from the big C by age 50—except one,” he recalls.
“I asked if there was anything different in her diet.  She told me she was partial to sipping maple syrup and baking soda.
“I figured, let me try it out on some of my other patients.”
Since then, “Dr. Jim” has dispensed his mixture to more than 200 patients diagnosed with terminal cancer. Amazingly, he claims that of that number, 185 lived at least 15 more years—and nearly half enjoyed a complete remission of their disease.
“You tell me about another treatment that works that good!” he demands proudly.
Medical experts are less enthusiastic.  “This man is a quack, plain and simple,” blasts an official at a state medical association.  “We intend to see that he is arrested for practicing medicine without a license.”
Until that happens, Dr. Jim vows to keep prescribing his treatment: “I’m just going to keep on saving lives.”
Will Dr. Jim’s recipe work for you?
We don’t know—and Weekly World News urges you to consult your own trusted physician before embarking on his course of medical treatment. But here for our readers, is Dr. Jim’s recipe:
Add one part baking soda with three parts maple syrup in a small saucepan.
Stir briskly.
Heat for five minutes
Take one teaspoon daily, as needed.
----- Original Message -----

From: JL


Sent: Sunday, October 07, 2012 10:04 AM

Subject: cancer Kelmun

Regarding your article at

Try this technique for bonding the baking soda to the maple syrup. Maple syrup is tricky when it comes to heating it up, so perhaps this recipe for maple spread/cream/butter may help




FROM: Patrick H.  Bellringer
    TO:  JL
DATE:  Oct. 10, 2012
Dear JL:
    Thank you for sending the article on making maple cream.  We are posting it with our original article on maple syrup/baking soda for those, who may wish to know this.
In Love and Light,
Patrick H. Bellringer