True Weevils – Nature’s Answer To Cancer!
Cancer is a deadly disease that can affect anyone, no matter the social status, age or sex. It is a sudden and lingering disease with fatal outcome in most cases. Doctors and scientists around the world are trying hard to find a cure for this awful disease, but just as soon as they announce that there is hope, something goes awry.
Recently, an anonymous reader wrote the board of the Dnevno.rs online magazine about her fight with cancer. She says that doctors gave her about six months left to live due to her breast cancer, but she wouldn’t give up. While looking for solutions, she stumbled on one that included consuming live bugs!
“I was skeptic at first, but I didn’t have anything to lose. I obviously lost my health, and my life was on the line. I found a therapy with gorgojo (true weevils) bugs online, and decided to give it a try. After six months, I felt much better. I continued using the therapy for a year, and I am still alive two years after,” the woman explained, and also shared the treatment.
When people are struck by a fatal disease, they quickly accept any potential cure, including eating live insects! The true weevils therapy (also known as coleotherapy) is not approved by the Ministry of Health, but it is a popular method for treatment of cancer in alternative medicine.
This therapy can treat cancer, Parkinson’s disease, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, asthma and many other diseases. It is available in many countries around the world, but the anonymous reader got it from Latin America.
The therapy definitely improves the quality of life of the patient, and reduces pain after only 10 days!
The “Gorgojo” bugs are swallowed whole with some water, which makes them die off in the stomach and release certain substances with healing properties. People who have tried it claim that the therapy has a stronger effect than morphine – if you happen to bite a bug, it will release a substance that will numb your tongue.
Here’s how to consume the bugs every day:
Day 1 – 1 bug
Day 2 – 2 bugs
Day 3 – 3 bugs
Day 70 – 70 bugs
Afterwards, you go backwards:
Day 69 – 69 bugs
Day 68 – 68 bugs
Day 67 – 67 bugs, and so on to day 1.
The true weevil bugs should be kept in a glass container covered with a thin cloth so they can breathe.