Tag Archive | cancer research

Living Laughing Loving Breathing HBO

HBO. No not the master mind behind broadcasting the Lword dear friends, but hyperbaric oxygen. (I mean who doesn’t love the Lword!) Subject to controversy for years oxygen has a couple of hundred years of form regarding cancer. I could at this juncture talk about my beloved supplement Zell oxygen, Nobel prize winner Otto Warburg, […]

10 Top Psychological Tips for Dealing With a Cancer diagnosis.

10 Top Psychological Tips for Dealing With a Cancer diagnosis.

Hello dear reader, firstly let me tell you that on hearing the words cancer related to you and your person, or to some-one you know  – either as a surety or a possibility –  it is likely that you will feel like your world has collapsed and the chill of death has nipped the air […]

The Power Of The One Is The Power Of The Many

Hello dear readers, a couple of you were asking about the maggots. Rest assured they do get a mention today albeit briefly. As you are probably by now aware, I like to write things a few weeks after the fact in order to give me time to reflect and process. So I arrived back in London […]

Back To Business: Reflaxing Not Chillaxing

Back To Business: Reflaxing Not Chillaxing

Hello readers, where would be without our stories? (As Byron Katie might be paraphrased). Stories are a great way to educate, share information, pass on pearls of wisdoms in ways that can adapt to each individual that hears them, and our ability to reflect on our own stories, integrate the learnings and then reframe them […]

Potato Thrashing – The Personal Made Public

Potato Thrashing – The Personal Made Public

The realisation of the length breadth and dimensionality of interconnectivity makes my breath stop for a second in my throat when I am at the farm. You see the city is so loud. “Inner City Life, Inner City pressure”. But the countryside is Louder. Really. You know that expression the silence was deafening – well […]

Is Vitamin E the New Tamoxifen?

      It doesn’t take much and long to make my fur bristle. Especially when I pay £165 to see the supposed foremost cancer specialist and herbalist in the Uk because I want herbal support for my hormone and endocrine system and receive a lengthy report much of it dedicated to diet – that I […]

Hormonic Theory

Hormonic Theory

A darkened hutch, a midrith grown big, a confused womb and a perimenopausal Guineapig. Fear not fellow readers – the hutch is darkened refers to Calliope’s wistful attempts to block out the light from the thoughtfully installed street lamp outside her bedroom window that doubles as football stadium illuminator, in the belief that darkness helps […]

Selfo selfis selfit selfimus selfistis selferunt!

Hello dear reader, I must apologise. Bastardization of vaguely remembered Latin conjugations are one of my failings but also a testimony to the wonders of big inner city comprehensives that were formerly convents. State schooling in the 70s! Caecilius est pater et Calliope est cavies Porcellus.  Calliope is also not a big selfie for cancer uk fan. […]