I just thought I would share the supplements and medications that I take, along with the reasons why I take the ones that are not prescribed.
From the back:
Epsom salt foot soak, Epsom salt bath soak, vegan omega 3 capsules, Montmorency cherry capsules, Adcal D3, apricot seeds.
From the middle row: frankincense, lavender, rosemary, lemon, lime, eucalyptus, orange essential oils, Bach rescue drops, mebendazole, letrozole, atorvastatin, aspirin.
I like to have a nice relaxing foot soak from time to time, I use Epsom salts in my bath on a daily basis for relaxation, along with the essential oils, which I alternate. I don't use the same ones all the time, although I do apply frankincense oil topically each day to my breast, just one drop twice a day, as the oils are potent and a little goes a long way. I add a few squirts of the Bach Rescue drops to my tongue every once in a while. A friend recommended them ages ago, and this bottle was a gift from her.
The vegan omega 3 is in place of fish oils and were recommended by a naturopath I saw last year, as I don't eat seafood, the Montmorency cherry capsules are good for inflammation and the Adcal D3 was recommended by my oncologist, as she said the tablets would help strengthen my bones. My GP then prescribed them. I take the capsule form, as the chewable tablets contain soya. It means taking double the dose (four a day instead of two).
The apricot seeds were a gift from a friend, who said they have anti-cancer properties and can kill cancer cells, so we shall see if she is right.
The atorvastatin, doxycycline, mebendazole and metformin are prescribed by the COC clinic intended to starve cancer as part of the metabolic approach to cancer. I am giving the protocol two years and if it doesn't work for me then I will look elsewhere, but I am confident it will work.
I also recently added aspirin (75mg) to my daily regime, for its anti-cancer properties, rather than to prevent a heart attack or stroke. I consulted one of my local pharmacists and two doctors before I decided to start taking aspirin. Aspirin is so cheap. I paid 50p in Poundstretcher and 80p from Wilko, so I don't see the point of getting that for free on prescription when I can buy it so cheaply over the counter.
After I have received my test results that Dr Callebout ordered, I will see what else I can do and if I need to add any further supplements.