Saturday, May 25, 2013


A beautiful colour and quite delicious.


A bloody nuisance and 'chaya'

Just had some toast and marmalade for breakfast (English marmalade of course made with oranges) and a couple of cups of coffee.
Chaya (tree spinach)
Yesterday I did some work in the garden and last night I observed a couple of blood clots which have cleared up this morning. It has been more than 3 weeks since any sign of blood in the urine so I must assume this is an indication that all is not quite well yet and I must remain vigilant. This is a little disappointing but the chin is pointing upwards unlike something else which shall remain unmentionable.

Chaya or tree spinach is a vegetable that grows on a small bush and is similar to spinach in taste and texture. Should be cooked well and not eaten raw

I have enough oil left for about 4 more days and happy to say that one of the original plants is flowering again. Two of the new plants are suspect male simply because they look different from the Sinsemilla and if this is indeed the case then I will cultivate them for seeds.

Flowering again

Off to the market now for some carrots etc. and to look for a fruit called caimico. This fruit is dark purple and similar to mangosteen with a texture similar to grapes. More about this later.
Suspect macho

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Pinkness and beetroot

This is quite funny because I assumed that the discoloured urine was a result of some bleeding but as soon as I stopped using beetroot in the juicing the urine cleared. Now today much less pain on urinating, no bad odour and colour appears to be normal.
There is still some minor sensitivity in the lower abdomen but I suppose this is to be expected as the plumbing department has been working overtime due to the copious amounts of water and juice ingestion. Apart from this I feel well with a good appetite and not much interest in sex, the latter being mentioned because of the enormous worldly preoccupation with this subject.
The word 'Placebo' is on my mind and I have not discounted this although I am not convinced that the medical profession truly understands this phenomena.........neither do I.....yet!
Salutations to all the readers of this blog.

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Observations and update

A couple of recent observations experienced after the ingestion of black grapes and soursop tea.
About a week ago I made some soursop tea using 4 or 5 leaves which I steeped for an hour. Then I filled a syringe with the tea to use as a tincture and mixed half of the syringe with 1 litre of water which was repeated the following day.
The lake lookin' pretty
Later that evening I noticed a few blood clots in the urine which stopped overnight. 2 days ago I ate a pound of black grapes and later that day I experienced more blood clots which has since cleared up.
Of course, I have no idea whether this is a positive or a negative sign although it is a reminder that something (tumour) is still there.

Generally, I feel ok with occasional nausea and dizziness that I am told by Alex and Jos is the result of the ingestion of oil. Urine is discoloured first thing in the morning (tea coloured) but clears during the day as I drink lots of water. Also I am careful not to strain the bladder by bending over or lifting heavy weights but this could be construed as an excuse for not doing very much physical stuff (smile).
So, the show goes on and I say many thanks for the em@ils of support that I have received.

Saturday, May 4, 2013


Thinking that you know what to do or what not to do when confronted with a tangible situation is the norm. When a situation arises that is not tangible then thinking what "to do or not to do" becomes more complicated simply because fear of the unknown is the normal response which completely overpowers the decision making process.
This fear is carefully introduced into our psyche and to overcome it requires an understanding of insecurity, intuition, independence and the acceptance of knowing that which cannot be known. Oh dear! always the paradox.
Anyway, to the point.
I feel great. No chemotherapy, no radiation and a general feeling of well being. Am I well? I don't know.
Tikal, Guatemala. 21-12-2012

Every day at least:
Marijuana oil (about 1 gram). Juice (carrots,spinach,lime,beetroot). No processed food, no refined sugar, no refined salt and only olive oil for cooking, sex in moderation limited by imagination and the occasional beer or single malt whisky courtesy of Jose.
Yes I do eat breakfast across the street sometimes and the eggs are probably cooked with cooking oil but I excuse these minor delinquencies as well as the ingestion of the occasional ice-cream for reasons that I cannot recall (Reagan). 

This is my experience...Now.

Soursop (Guanabano) tea, Zen garden and a book

I write juiced up, oiled up and about to drink some tea made from two leaves of the Guanabano tree. The very informative book awaits another reader.