Fenbendazole is a broad-spectrum anthelmintic (drug that kills parasites) used in animals and humans to treat gastrointestinal parasites including giardia, roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, pinworms, certain tapeworms in the genus Taenia (but not effective against Dipylidium caninum, common dog tapeworm), and a number of other protozoal infections. It is part of the benzimidazole class of drugs and, like other medications in this group, can cause liver damage. But it is not as toxic to the liver as many other drugs in this group.
Joe Tippens is a cancer survivor who developed a protocol that includes fenbendazole, curcumin and CBD oil. He was inspired to add these supplements after hearing a story about a scientist from Merck Animal Health who cured her stage four brain cancer using the canine medication fenbendazole.
Like the scientist, Joe Tippens’ cancer had spread to his neck, right lung, stomach, liver, bladder and tail bone. He was given three months to live, but he decided to try fenbendazole and other natural treatments to cure his cancer.
The joe tippens protocol calls for the use of fenbendazole at a dosage of 222 mg per day for three days on and four days off. The joe tippens protocol also recommends the use of high-quality full spectrum CBD oil at 25 mg per day taken sublingually (under the tongue) seven days a week and Vitamin E at 400-800 mg per day seven days a week, with food.
All of these products are available through Ultra Botanica in their Onco-Adjunct line, which is endorsed by Joe Tippens. He makes no money from recommending these products, but he believes that they are the best now available. He is happy to discuss these products with anyone who has questions.
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