Video Transcript: The Ultimate Guide to Natural Cancer Cures from “Spice Island”
Clip from Ep. #4 of Eastern Medicine: Journey Through ASIA
Dr. Genti Saputro, CT, CN: The protocol that I have is actually teaching people, educating people, emotional healing, supplementation, detox program with the juicing. I do also ozone treatment in my clinic combined with IV vitamin C and other stuff, you know.
Ty Bollinger: Name some of your treatment or your favorite supplementation or herbs that it may be unique to Indonesia.
Dr. Genti Saputro, CT, CN: Yeah, Indonesia, well known as “Spice Island” in Indonesia, and one of those herbs I like to use is turmeric. And I know in the United States, it’s a big hit too. I use a lot of turmeric, encourage people with coconut oil, extra virgin coconut oil, because this what we have in my country.
People tend to think, you know, something like so high, but we forgot the things that we have that surround us. Even I teach people to grow their own turmeric. Grow their own garlic, grow their own onion, everything. So that’s my passion, to bring people back to their nature. And turmeric is one of those cancer agent anti-inflammatory things for the body, to detox the body, helping to heavy metal toxicity everything with turmeric. It’s amazing and I can see a lot of good results for that.
Ty Bollinger: That’s great. You know we just came from Manila. And one of the things that several the doctor said there’s they encourage people to grow and eat what’s local, what grows in your area that’s what you should be consuming.
Dr. Genti Saputro, CT, CN: Yeah. It’s like papaya leaf. We have a lot of papaya, and then papaya is the most least plant that been affected with pesticide because we—a lot of papaya trees around and impossible what people use pesticide for papaya leaves. So, papaya leaf is a dark vegetable. The darker is the better. So, I encourage people to eat a lot of dark green vegetable, like in U.S. we have kale leaves, but in Indonesia, we have papaya leaves. Indonesia have papaya seeds and also cassava. Cassava is a very, very good sources of B-17 so that’s all.
Ty Bollinger: Cassava root?
Dr. Genti Saputro, CT, CN: Yeah.
Ty Bollinger: Because some of the doctors in Manila, Philippines talked about cassava as well with B-17.
Dr. Genti Saputro, CT, CN: We have tons of cassava in Indonesia.
Ty Bollinger: Dr. Genti. Thank you so much for joining us. I love your energy today. I’d like to talk to you longer, but I don’t want you to miss your plane back to Jakarta.
Dr. Genti Saputro, CT, CN: It’s ok, thank you so much. Thank you. God Bless.
Ty Bollinger: God Bless, thank you.