Monday, December 21, 2009

Healing Honey Helps Patients Survive Chemotherapy

Honey has long been used to soothe sore throats, heal wounds and treat stomach complaints but could it help cancer patients with treatment for chemotherapy? Barbara Lantin investigates.

When Robert Brunt began treatment for cancer of the oesophagus, he expected to experience some very unpleasant side effects from his chemotherapy.

The medical team told him that he would probably lose all his hair and might also suffer mouth ulcers, stomach problems and exhaustion. If the treatment caused his blood count to fall too low – a common problem – this could delay his next treatment cycle.

To the surprise and delight of Robert and his doctors, none of this has happened. “I have lost a little hair but that is growing back,” says Robert, 48, a maintenance engineer at Plymouth University, who has two teenage daughters. “I sometimes feel tired and a bit sick but apart from that I have had no side effects at all.

“My blood counts have always been high. Not only have I never had to delay any of my chemotherapy but I offered to have two extra cycles – eight in all – because I felt so well. The tumour has now shrunk to virtually nothing. Everyone is surprised at how well I have done.”

Robert believes that he has sailed through his treatment without side effects thanks to what is probably the world’s most expensive honey. Life Mel, which sells for around £40 for a jar, has been shown to boost the production of red and white blood cells, haemoglobin and blood platelets in people undergoing chemotherapy. The manufacturers emphasise the product is not a cancer cure.

In one small trial, 40 per cent of cancer patients known to be at risk of neutropenia – a very low blood count, which can make patients susceptible to serious infection – had no further episodes of the condition after taking two teaspoons of Life Mel a day during chemotherapy.

One third said their quality of life had improved while taking the honey, which is made in Israel and comes from bees fed on a combination of medicinal herbs, including ginseng, echinacea and lemon balm. It was developed by a microbiologist who noticed that beekeepers and their families stayed healthy during a cholera outbreak.

TV medic Dr Chris Steele was sufficiently impressed by the trial results to put two of his cancer patients on Life Mel.

“They have started responding to their chemotherapy very quickly,” he says. “If the honey stops the white cell count dropping it means people can have chemotherapy for longer or at higher doses.”

Honey has been used medicinally for more than 2,000 years and is known to have antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Stomach upsets, eye problems, skin infections and burns are among the conditions that have been treated. Its healing properties are thought to come from enzymes that release gluconic acid and hydrogen peroxide.

Medi honey, made up of Manuka and jellybush honeys from Australia and New Zealand, is licensed in Europe, the US and Australia for treating wounds and is used in hospitals worldwide.

It has been shown in studies to eradicate hundreds of bacterial strains including antibiotic-resistant MRSA.

One clinical trial showed that Medihoney is as effective as an antiseptic gel at preventing infections caused by catheters: at least one German hospital uses medical honey on all entry sites of catheters that show any sign of inflammation. Another study concluded that patients should ask their doctors to apply honey to their wounds after surgery.

A recent report from the Children’s Hospital Medical Centre in Bonn described how honey had helped heal an infected surgical wound in a newborn baby. After three weeks’ treatment with honey dressings, the wound was clear of infection and the baby was discharged.

“As well as rapidly clearing infection, honey has been shown to have several other therapeutic actions that are of great benefit,” says Peter Molan, professor of biological sciences at the University of Waikato, New Zealand.

“It rapidly causes dead tissue to lift off messy wounds, soothes inflammation and decreases swelling and pain and actively stimulates the healing process, so that rapid healing occurs and skin grafting is not needed.”

US research published last month showed that a teaspoon of buckwheat honey was more effective at soothing children’s coughs than dextromethorphan, the active ingredient in many cough remedies.

“There is general acceptance that honey is a respectable therapeutic agent and there is a rapidly increasing uptake of its usage by clinicians as well as the public,” says Dr Molan.

Side effects from honey are few compared with pharmaceutical drugs although some people have complained that honey on wounds causes a stinging sensation. In others it can provoke an allergic reaction, so it is not advised for anybody with a known allergy to bee stings or pollen.

Only medical grade honey should be used for wound treatment: other varieties have not been sterilised or irradiated to kill clostridium botulinum spores, sometimes found in honey, which can be toxic if they enter a wound.


If you have any other questions, or would like to see what LifeMel could do for yourself or your loved ones please visit the website! http://lifemelusa.com/

Monday, December 14, 2009

A Successful Story Of A LifeMel Honey User

Heime Geffen

May 31, 2007

By Candice Krieger


Two months ago he was bed-ridden, his chemotherapy treatment had been abandoned and oncologists had written him off. But now leukaemia sufferer Heime Geffen claims that he is showing improvements thanks to an Israeli-made honey, Lifemel.

The 76-year-old retired doctor was diagnosed with leukaemia in October 2006. He tells People: “My white cell count at that time was 2.1 (the normal is close to 4). Following chemotherapy it dropped to 1.2 and remained in that until March 2007. Chemotherapy was abandoned in February and I was not receiving any treatment.”

In April, Dr Geffen started taking twice-daily teaspoons of Lifemel honey, after his daughter Terri Barnett and her husband Ian heard about it from an Israeli oncologist. Lifemel is reportedly made from bees fed on specific plants, and adherents claim that it can help fight neutropenia, an abnormal decrease in the blood’s white blood cells. Dr Geffen says: “Being a doctor, I was sceptical about alternative medicines, but within a week I began feeling stronger, and my blood count started improving.

“Today, my white-blood-cell count is virtually normal. I am out of bed, have abandoned my walker and plan to play bridge again. Of course, I can not be sure that it is definitely the honey which is making me better, but I will carry on taking it.”

If this sounds like a sales pitch, perhaps there is a reason for Dr Geffen’s enthusiasm for the product. His son-in-law, recently back from Israel, is looking to market Lifemel in the UK.

Published on www.jewishchronicle.com

Monday, December 7, 2009

The Science Behind LifeMel Honey

LifeMel is a specially formulated honey which could help cancer patients who develop Neutropenia, a debilitating side effect associated with chemotherapy and radiation therapy, according to a recent study.

The peer reviewed study published in the international journal, MEDICAL ONCOLOGY, highlights the beneficial role Life Mel Honey can have in patients experiencing ‘chemotherapy induced neutropenia’ Life Mel Honey, when administered to patients receiving chemotherapy with a known tendency to developing neutropenia, had a positive effect on the hematopoietic system and stimulated the production of red and white blood cells, hemoglobin and blood platelets.

Chemotherapy suppresses the hematopoietic system (blood production), thus impairing the body’s immunity mechanisms, potentially inducing anaemia and limiting the doses of chemotherapy which can be tolerated by patients. Febrile neutropenia, the most serious hematologic toxicity, is associated with the risk of life-threatening infections as well as chemotherapy dose reductions and delays which may compromise treatment outcomes for cancer patients.

The study assessed the use of Life Mel Honey (LMH) in patients with grade 4 neutropenia receiving chemotherapy for primary or metastatic disease. Traditionally, colony-stimulating factors (CSFs) are used for primary and secondary treatment in patients with grade 4 neutropenia, yet the use of these drugs are expensive and not without side-effects. In the current study, Life Mel Honey was administered to prevent neutropenia and reduce the need for CSFs in patients treated with chemotherapy. Blood counts were performed weekly.

There was no recurrence of neutropenia after LMH intake and no need for treatment with CSFs in 40% of patients. LMH was also effective at reducing the incidence of anaemia, which can often be a side effect of chemotherapy, in 64% of patients. No side effects were noted following LMH intake.

Further studies with larger numbers of patients are planned and researchers are currently preparing for Stage II clinical trials.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Do Something Worthwhile on World AIDS Day: Strengthen Your Immune System



















The immune system is the body’s first line of defense in maintaining health, preventing illness, and hastening recovery. Many people experience a weakened immune system due to poor sleep habits, unhealthy diets, post chemotherapy treatment, or other illnesses or medical conditions such as HIV. Also, with age our immune system weakens, leaving us vulnerable to chronic diseases.With a strong healthy immune response our bodies not only become more resistant to colds, flu, allergies and disease but our quality of life improves.

Research has shown that supplementing the immune system can help us resist some illnesses.

If you are currently feeling the effects of a weakened immune system, no matter what the cause, we have a natural solution. Zuf Globus laboratories in Israel, has gone beyond the call of duty in helping people improve the quality of their lives. Thirty years of research with an all natural approach of feeding special nectars to bees, thereby producing different types of honey, led to this development of clinically tested LifeMel Chemo Support.

Life Mel Immune Support was developed to work specifically on the immune system. For those who have completed chemotherapy treatments and no longer use Chemo Support, yet wish to continue with a an immune support regime, LifeMel Immune Support is your answer. Having less natural ingredients than Life Mel Chemo Support it is less potent and costs less. Yet it does what you are looking for—supports your immune system.

Long term usage of LifeMel Immune (one teaspoon in the morning and one teaspoon in the evening) can result in an improvement in the functionality of the immune system and in the body’s ability to resist infections and disease.

To see or read more for yourself, visit the website: http://www.lifemelusa.com/

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

LifeMel Chemo Support


This unique honey is an innovative groundbreaking product for the support of patients suffering from the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation treatment. Life Mel Honey is produced by bees fed on a special nectar derived from therapeutic herbs including Siberian Ginseng, Echinacea and Uncaria Tomentosa, combined with a selection of natural ingredients including iron, protein and vitamins. This makes a unique honey with all the beneficial properties of the therapeutic herbs and natural ingredients.

Siberian Ginseng has traditionally been used as a tonic, whilst Echinacea is a traditional herbal remedy and well regarded for its ability to help support the immune system. Â Uncaria Tomentosa is believed to have antioxidant properties and has also been traditionally used to benefit the immune system

Life Mel Honey is not artificially treated in any way and no ingredients are added after extraction of honey from the hive. You get 100% pure bee honey created with the natural herbs that are fed to the bees. Our honey is specially produced in a controlled environment which guarantees a pollution-free pollination process. Other than collecting the honey from the hive and packing it, the honey is not artificially treated in any way and no ingredients are added after extraction of honey from the hive.

A recent clinical study has shown Life Mel Honey to be effective in decreasing the incidence of anemia in 64% of the patients, decreasing the incidence of severe neutropenia and lowering the incidence of potentially fatal thrombocytopenia (low platelets). Medical Oncology, vol. 23, no. 4, 549-552, 2006 . This clinical study was conducted by Professor Jamal Ziden, head of the Oncology department in Sieff Hospital, Dr. Moshe Stein, Oncology department Rambam Hospital, and Professor Eitan Friedman of Sheba Medical Center. The results are conclusive: LifeMel is EFFECTIVE and SAFE and Improvement in general feeling and quality of life.

Instructions:
Recommended use: Two teaspoons of Life Mel honey a day, one in the morning on an empty stomach and one in the evening. The honey should be sucked slowly.

Visit the website for more information!

Monday, November 23, 2009

UK is Onboard With Lifemel: http://ow.ly/EVP8
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Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Mesothelioma

Mesothelioma is a rare cancer that can develop in the membrane that lines the lungs, called the mesothelium. It causes shortness of breath, severe cough, and chest pain. Mesothelioma is often diagnosed in later stages of development, which severely complicates treatment and chances of survival. There are thousands of cases of Mesothelioma diagnosed each year in the U.S., comprising around 3 percent of all cancer diagnoses. It is 4 times as common among men.

The disease derives its name from the mesothelium, a sac-like membrane that protects most of the body's internal organs. It is divided into two distinct protective layers of cells: the visceral (the layer directly surrounding the organ) and the parietal (a sac around the body cavity). By releasing a lubricating fluid, the mesothelium allows the organs to move more freely within the body cavity; for example, the contraction and expansion of the lungs. The mesothelium is also referred to according to where it is located in the body: pleura (chest), peritoneum (abdomen), and pericardium (heart).

Like most cancers, the prognosis for this disease often depends on how early it is diagnosed and how aggressively it is treated. Treatment options range from surgery to chemotherapy to radiation therapy to experimental treatments. Most chemotherapy drugs have specific side effects such as nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, hair loss, and increased vulnerability to infection. Symptoms experienced while undergoing treatment with chemotherapeutic drugs are usually reported to the doctor, but why go through all that?

LifeMel Honey is unique. It is an innovative groundbreaking product for the support of patients suffering from the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation treatment. What makes it innovative? The bees are fed on a special nectar derived from therapeutic herbs including Siberian Ginseng, Echinacea and Uncaria Tomentosa, combined with a selection of natural ingredients. Learn more by visiting LifeMelUSA.com

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

LifeMel Customer Testimonial

My Personal Experience with Life Mel
by Dr Heime Geffen

I was diagnosed in October 2006 with Acute Myelocytic Leukaemia (also known as acute myeloid leukaemia, a cancer of the myeloid line of white blood cells). My white cell count at that time was 2.1 (Normal range: 6 to 11).

Following chemotherapy, my white blood cell count dropped to 1.2 and remained in that vicinity from November 2006 until March 2007. Due to the nature of my condition and these low results, it soon became apparent that chemotherapy was not working.

Chemotherapy was abandoned in February 2007 and all treatment ceased.I developed high fevers and chills in December 2006 and again in February 2007, requiring hospitalisation and prolonged courses of antibiotics. I deteriorated physically and was virtually bed-ridden. From February, I required frequent Platelet and Blood transfusions to improve levels of haemoglobin, white cells and platelets.

In early April 2007 I started taking LifeMel Honey. I was naturally a little sceptical at first, but knowing the nutritional value of honey was conscious that it couldn’t do any harm. I started taking the two teaspoons a day as directed and was amazed when after seven days I began to have more energy and feel stronger in myself physically.

However, the key point of my experience of taking LifeMel and the message I am keen to communicate are the facts; during the early period of taking LifeMel, my blood-work started improving and has continued to do so to this day. At the time of writing this testimonial – mid June 2007– my white cell count is 6.1 (normal, 6 to 11), my platelets are at 150,000 (normal 150,000 to 250,000) and my Haemoglobin is 135 (normal 130 to 145), l am out of bed, and have re-gained about 1 stone in weight. I have abandoned my walker and have played several rounds of golf, albeit only nine holes at a time.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

The New Buzz from Israel to Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 13, 2007 -- Why are bees receiving the praise over the launch of LifeMel Chemo Support in the US? And why are so many chemotherapy patients turning to bees instead of running from them?

With the launch of LifeMel in the United States, more and more patients are turning to LifeMel Chemo Support for relief and couldn't be happier about the bees. The distribution rights were granted by Zuf Globus Laboratories, the renowned Israeli manufacturer of health products and nutritional supplements made of pure honey from bees fed medicinal herb formulas.

76 year old leukemia sufferer and retired doctor, Hime Geffen, said that within a week of starting to take LifeMel, he began feeling stronger and his blood count started improving. Only two months prior he was bed ridden, his chemotherapy treatment had been abandoned and his white cell count had dropped to a very low 1.2. "Today, my white-blood-cell count is virtually normal. I am out of bed, have abandoned my walker, have played several rounds of golf, and I will carry on taking it [the honey," Geffen says.

Nave Koren shares, "On the same week that I have started to use the LifeMel honey, the weakness was not so severe and I could get out of bed every morning, cook and function as a mother to my children. The itching in my body was completely gone, I did not have any limb pains, and my hemoglobin level keeps going up."

Since everyone's case is different, each person may experience differences in regards to their own relief and benefits. However, what does stay consistent is that while using LifeMel there are clinically proven benefits to the immune system and improved blood counts levels.

According to the American Cancer Society, the 2007 estimated number of cancer cases for men is 766,860 and 678,060 for women. Since there were so many people who benefited in Israel, New Horizons couldn't overlook the fact that so many people could possibly benefit from this amazing product here in the US. They were eager to introduce LifeMel in the US and hopefully start helping the numbers of people affected on a daily basis.

"We are committed to making a difference in the lives of our clients," says Karen Schakarov, VP of Marketing for New Horizons. "Some patients begin feeling stronger within ten days of starting LifeMel!" With so many people impacted by cancer, it is wonderful to know that in some small way, we can offer some relief to those who are suffering."

To find out more about the benefits of LifeMel Honey go to http://www.LifeMelUSA.com.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

FDA Warns Not to Give Cold Medicine to Children Under 6; What Does a Parent Do? Here's a Honey of an Idea

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 12, 2008 -- An FDA panel study released in October came to the conclusion that there is no
evidence that more than 800 'over the counter medicines' help young children. The study said that they "just don't work" and cannot be recommended. Among the ingredients that have caused concern are anti-cough medicines including dextromethorphan, which is the DM in many preparations. They can cause neurological problems, including abnormal movements and hallucinations, even in standard doses.

The panel concluded that the effectiveness of cold and cough medicines are effective only at doses that are too strong for children. The American academy of pediatrics said, "These medicines are ineffective and can have serious side effects. There are other ways to treat cold symptoms."

So, what is a parent supposed to do? In an article printed in 2007 in the Archives of Pediatric Medicine, medical doctors at Penn State University reported on the effectiveness of honey, dextromethorphan (cough syrup), and 'no treatment' on nighttime coughs and sleeping for children age 2 and up. This study was conducted on children with upper respiratory tract infections, nighttime symptoms and illness of 7 days or less. What the doctors did was give the children either honey, honey flavored DM , or 'no treatment at all', 30 minutes prior to bedtime. The result was that there was a significant difference in symptom improvement between treatment groups for both cough reduction and improved sleep, with the honey treatment scoring consistently the best. Honey was significantly superior to 'no treatment', but DM was not better than 'no treatment'.

The conclusion was that honey may be a preferable treatment for the cough and sleep difficulty associated with childhood respiratory tract infection. Even the Word Health Organization cited honey as a potential treatment for cough and cold symptoms.

Honey has many reported health benefits and has repeatedly been shown to aid in wound healing, even for children. Furthermore, honey has well established antioxidant and antimicrobial effects and may help explain its superiority in the study. It should be noted that the study used 'buckwheat honey', a darker honey, and darker honeys tend to have a higher content of phenolic compounds which have been associated with these antioxidant properties of honey that have contributed to its effect in the study.

This is not new news to Dr. Alexander Goroshit who realized the positive effects of honey on human beings over 30 years ago. Using an all natural approach of feeding special nectars to bees, thereby producing different types of honey, led to his development of clinically tested LifeMel honeys. What he did then was to feed the bees specific therapeutic herbs for specific maladies. His reasoning was that the therapeutic herbs have proven to have value but the human body eliminates much of the important ingredients. Instead, by feeding the therapeutic herbs to the bees who ingest them, and through their natural digestive process, the ingredients and their therapeutic properties are incorporated in to the honey giving the herbs a higher level of effectiveness. The product is 100 percent natural and has nothing added to the honey after it is extracted from the beehives.

The result is LifeMel Honey which is produced solely in Israel by ZUF Globus Laboratories under Dr. Gorshit's supervision and is now available in the USA. Dr. Goroshit has developed many different honeys by feeding the bees different formulas of therapeutic herbs. The honeys are then packed without any human touching or further preparation.

In 2006 a clinical study was done using LifeMel Chemo Support honey to determine its effect on chemotherapy patients. Over 66% of the patients in the study experienced higher blood counts, were able to continue with their scheduled chemotherapy program and, generally had an improved quality of life. The conclusion of the study was that LifeMel honey was shown to reduce blood deficiencies for chemotherapy patients and thereby assist in their treatment regimen. The study was published in Medical Oncology, a peer medical journal, and a further clinical trial is now being conducted.

Now he has developed LifeMel Immune in which the bees are fed different therapeutic herbs than the Life Mel Chemo Support to target the immune system. LifeMel immune is also a dark honey (but without the unpleasant aftertaste of buckwheat honey) and designed to help the immune system and fight coughs and colds and reduce their symptoms. LifeMel honey is now being sold in the USA.

One last thing that the Penn State study found, which perhaps is just as important, is that parental sleep improved in a fashion similar to that of their children when using the honey treatment. Sweet, isn't it?

For more information on LifeMel Honeys, click on www.lifemelusa.com

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Do You Need to Strengthen Your Immune System?

The immune system is the body’s first line of defense in maintaining health, preventing illness, and hastening recovery. Many people experience a weakened immune system due to poor sleep habits, unhealthy diets, post chemotherapy treatment, or other illnesses or medical conditions such as HIV. Also, with age our immune system weakens, leaving us vulnerable to chronic diseases.With a strong healthy immune response our bodies not only become more resistant to colds, flu, allergies and disease but our quality of life improves.


Research has shown that supplementing the immune system can help us resist some illnesses.

If you are currently feeling the effects of a weakened immune system, no matter what the cause, we have a natural solution. Zuf Globus laboratories in Israel, has gone beyond the call of duty in helping people improve the quality of their lives. Thirty years of research with an all natural approach of feeding special nectars to bees, thereby producing different types of honey, led to this development of clinically tested LifeMel Chemo Support.

Life Mel Immune Support was developed to work specifically on the immune system. For those who have completed chemotherapy treatments and no longer use Chemo Support, yet wish to continue with a an immune support regime, LifeMel Immune Support is your answer. Having less natural ingredients than Life Mel Chemo Support it is less potent and costs less. Yet it does what you are looking for—supports your immune system.

Long term usage of LifeMel Immune (one teaspoon in the morning and one teaspoon in the evening) can result in an improvement in the functionality of the immune system and in the body’s ability to resist infections and disease.

-Assist the body in recuperation and convalescence
-Support the natural ability of the immune system to maintain energy levels and fight fatigue
-An immune system boost
-100% natural
-Easy to take

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Heime Geffen - His Cancer and Chemotherapy Story

Two months ago Heime Geffen was bed-ridden, his chemotherapy treatment had been abandoned and oncologists had written him off. But now leukaemia sufferer Heime Geffen claims that he is showing improvements thanks to an Israeli-made honey, LifeMel.

The 76-year-old retired doctor was diagnosed with leukaemia in October 2006. He tells People: “My white cell count at that time was 2.1 (the normal is close to 4). Following chemotherapy it dropped to 1.2 and remained in that until March 2007. Chemotherapy was abandoned in February and I was not receiving any treatment.”

In April, Dr Geffen started taking twice-daily teaspoons of LifeMel honey, after his daughter Terri Barnett and her husband Ian heard about it from an Israeli oncologist. LifeMel is reportedly made from bees fed on specific plants, and adherents claim that it can help fight neutropenia, an abnormal decrease in the blood’s white blood cells. Dr Geffen says: “Being a doctor, I was sceptical about alternative medicines, but within a week I began feeling stronger, and my blood count started improving.

“Today, my white-blood-cell count is virtually normal. I am out of bed, have abandoned my walker and plan to play bridge again. Of course, I can not be sure that it is definitely the honey which is making me better, but I will carry on taking it.”

By Candice Krieger

Published on www.jewishchronicle.com

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

The Benefits of "LifeMel" Honey for Chemo and Breast Cancer

How does "LifeMel" honey benefit breast cancer patients and survivors? Join Beverly Vote's guest, Michael Baker from UCLA, as he shares the latest findings and clinical trials about a very special honey, just for chemo patients....

Blog Talk Radio - Breast Cancer Wellness

For more information visit: http://www.lifemelusa.com

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

LifeMel Honey Offers a Health Solution for Thousands of African Americans

Word is out that groundbreaking LifeMel honey can be a of great advantage for the many number of cancer patients in the African American community.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 31, 2008 -- Word is out that groundbreaking LifeMel honey can be a of great advantage for the many number of cancer patients in the African American community. As many people know, the rate of African American men affected by cancer is 15% higher than white men and the death rate is 38% higher. So what do these sufferers have to gain from a little bit of honey?

Developed in Israel and now being distributed in the USA, LifeMel Honey has had a positive impact on chemotherapy patients. While accomplishing its primary task of killing fast-growing cancer cells, chemotherapy treatment can harm healthy cells. When the healthy cells are affected or harmed, there are unpleasant side effects, including low blood cell levels. If the blood levels drop too low, cancer patients are unable to continue chemotherapy. Without being able to continue the chemotherapy treatments they risk the cancer taking over and an uncertain future.

In a clinical trial published last year in the Journal of Oncology, 64 percent of patients showed a decrease in anemia and the incidence of severe neutropenia (an abnormally low white cell count). In addition, the honey was found to lower the incidence of potentially fatal thrombocytopenia (low platelets). "The patients taking part in this trial were the kind who had no other solution," says Yaron Shmueli a spokesman for the American distributor New Horizon, LLC. "They had already taken shots to boost their immune system and these had failed." Shmueli said that further testimonials and the clinical trials as well as other information on LifeMel honey were available on the USA website, www.lifemelusa.com

LifeMel Honey could be the solution they are looking for. Lifemel keeps their blood levels up and keeps them healthy enough to finish their chemotherapy treatments. "This is a fantastic story about how bees can help treat cancer patients," says Shmueli. "People who have to undergo chemothera-py don't have too many alternatives. We are trying to help them."

Now, although the number of cancer patients is so high for African Americans, there is a solution to help alleviate some of the concerns these patients face on a daily basis. They have so much to deal with already without the fear that they may not be able to continue with their chemotherapy treatment due to low blood cell levels.

For more information, visit the website: http://www.lifemelusa.com/index.html and try LifeMel Honey today!

Friday, September 4, 2009

Introducing an Israeli Honey that Offers Hope to Cancer Patients

Shmueli had tried desperately to find some kind of therapy - holistic, natural or conventional - for his father-in-law, who was suffering from carcinoma of the digestive system. Nothing worked and his father-in-law died. LifeMel Honey, Shmueli realized, could have been an answer. He was galvanized into action, and today he and his US partner Moshe Begim have founded New Horizon, to exclusively distribute the honey in the United States.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) -- Yaron Shmueli was on his way home on an airplane when he first read an article on LifeMel Honey, a new natural immune system treatment developed in Israel for cancer patients. It touched a nerve. Years earlier Shmueli had tried desperately to find some kind of therapy - holistic, natural or conventional - for his father-in-law, who was suffering from carcinoma of the digestive system. Nothing worked and his father-in-law died.

LifeMel Honey, Shmueli realized, could have been an answer. He was galvanized into action, and today he and his US partner Moshe Begim have founded New Horizon, to exclusively distribute the honey in the United States.

It took 30 years of research to develop LifeMel Honey. Produced by bees fed on a special nectar derived from 40 therapeutic herbs including Siberian ginseng, Echinacea, uncaria tomentosa, and other natural ingredients such as iron, protein and vitamins, the honey has been shown in a clinical trial to be effective in decreasing the incidence of anemia in cancer patients undergoing chemothera-py.

In the trial on 30 patients, carried out at Sieff Hospital in Tzvat by Prof. Jamal Ziden, Dr. Moshe Stein of Rambam Hospital and Prof. Eitan Friedman of Sheba Medical Center, 64 percent of the patients showed a decrease in anemia and the incidence of severe neutropenia. In addition, the honey was found to lower the incidence of potentially fatal thrombocytopenia (low platelets).

"The patients taking part in this trial were the kind who had no other solution," says Shmueli. "They had already taken shots to boost their immune system and these had failed."

The honey has no side effects and is completely natural - other than collecting the honey from the hive and packing it, the honey is not artificially treated in any way. Patients are recommended to eat two teaspoons a day, once in the morning and once in the evening. The benefits, according to Shmueli, can be felt in as little as six or seven days.

Many think of the honey as a lifesaver and there are numerous testimonials affirming just that. Apart from celebrities such as Sienna Miller and Kylie Minogue who are said to be huge fans, many ordi-nary people suffering cancer have reported enormous benefits to their health and quality of life.

Dr. Heime Geffen, a 76-year-old Canadian claims he made a remarkable recovery from leukaemia, after taking the honey. Diagnosed with the illness in October 2006 after radiation therapy for another form of cancer, his doctors abandoned chemotherapy in February of this year because his blood counts were too low.

"I had deteriorated physically to the point where I was virtually bedridden," says Geffen, a former family doctor. "I couldn't eat, I had sores in my mouth and I felt dreadful."

In April he began taking the honey twice a day on the recommendation of his son-in-law who had heard about it from an oncologist in Israel. Within a week, he said he began feeling stronger and his blood counts began to improve. By mid May they were virtually normal. Within months he was back on the golf course.

The company is also researching new potential honey treatments including one for AIDS sufferers, and another for treating women going through menopause. Clinical trials are now taking place on both these new honeys, and should be completed within the next few months.

http://www.lifemelusa.com/index.html

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

How do bees produce the Unique LifeMel honey?

"Zuf Globus Laboratories Ltd." prepares an all natural mixture for controlled feeding of bees based on natural honey and adding extracts of various edible plants [therapeutic herbs] to produce this unique natural honey. The mixture of natural honey together with the edible plants' extract, substitutes the pollen that is available to bees in nature and, from it the bees produce a new type of honey, with therapeutic properties, respective to the types of therapeutic herbs that were incorporated into the feed mixture.

This method enables Zuf Globus to control the precise doses of desired food types with which to feed the bees and, ultimately, produce honeys, whose properties are predesigned yet improved through the synergetic effect of being formed in the bee's body.

For more info on how LifeMel works and it's made, visit: http://lifemelusa.com/html/about_lifemel.html

See you there!

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Miraculous Honey Spreading Around the World

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A new groundbreaking miraculous honey is now being introduced and used in hospitals around the world for Chemotherapy patients. Developed in Israel and now being praised throughout the world for it's benefits, LifeMel continues to raise blood levels in chemotherapy patients. As many chemotherapy patients have experienced, blood levels tend to drop during chemotherapy treatments and frequently the patient is not able to continue treatment. Amazing stories from around the world show how this miraculous honey has made a difference in their recovery.

As stated in the UK Daily Express Robert Brunt, 48, integrated the honey into his chemotherapy regimen and reported on his experience. "I have lost a little hair but that is growing back. I sometimes feel tired and a bit sick but apart from that I have had no side effects at all. My blood counts have always been high." Not only does Brunt credit his ability to sail through treatments with no ill effects from the honey, but he also explains that he offered to have two extra cycles of chemotherapy (eight in all) "because I felt so well".

Dr. Olga Olizki, an oncologist from the Belinson hospital in Israel is also familiar with LifeMel honey and strongly recommends it for her patients. When interviewed she stated, "Even today, not all efforts of conventional medicine are successful. Blood transfusions and the use of new medicine help to restore blood. But sometimes even due to all our efforts we do not achieve results and then we, the doctors, must halt the treatment and postpone it to a later date, to enable the body to recover the Neutrophils and other blood particles. The pause might allow the tumor to develop resistance to the chemicals. The usage of LifeMel honey enables continuous treatment." (Maariv)

In Canada, Dr. Heime Geffen, a former family doctor, said "I had deteriorated physically to the point where I was virtually bedridden. I couldn't eat, I had sores in my mouth and I felt dreadful." In April he began taking the LifeMel honey twice a day on the recommendation of his son-in-law who had heard about it from an oncologist in Israel. Within a week, he said he began feeling stronger and his blood counts began to improve. By mid May they were virtually normal. Within months he was back on the golf course.

So although you'll find many different views and customs from country to country, there is one similarity that cannot be denied: more and more people are being introduced to this honey with amazing results and gaining new found hope.

For more information go to www.lifemelusa.com

Monday, July 27, 2009

Life Mel Press

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Articles on Life Mel

Candis UK Magazine: New Research Proves Honey can Beat Modern Drugs.

Health Science Institute: How A Unique Form Of Honey Can Boost The Immune Systems Of Cancer Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy.

Jewish Voice: Israeli-made Honey Aids in Cancer Recovery.

OC Register: Life Mel Honey may ease effects of Chemo Therapy treatments.

Jewish Voice: Israeli Company Shows the Power of Honey.

Jewish Post: Medicinal Honey from Israel may hold promise for Chemo Patients.

Daily Express: Healing Honey Helps Patient Survive Chemo.

Israel 21c: Life Mel Honey.

Edmonton Sun: Miraculous Recovery. Sweet Tale.

Sky News: Healthy Honey On Sale.

National Examiner: Honey of a help to Cancer patients.

AraContent: Israeli Honey Helps Cancer Patient Cope with Side Effects

Jerusalem Post: Antibiotics in Flowers.

Purado: Therapeutic Honey, on demand.

Daily Mail: The new buzz on Life Mel Honey.

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Life Mel Honey for Cancer and Chemotherapy Side Effects

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Phone Number: 888.LIFEMEL (543.3635)
Fax: 310.861.9085
E-Mail: lifemelhoney@gmail.com
Website: http://www.lifemelusa.com/



Hello, my name is Moshe Begim. I am the President of New Horizon. New Horizon has been chosen to be the exclusive USA distributor of Life Mel Honey, an innovative and groundbreaking product for the support of patients suffering from the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation treatment. The distribution rights were granted by Zuf Globus Laboratories, the renowned Israeli producer of health products and nutritional supplements whose components are honey produced by feeding bees therapeutic herbs.

We’ve had a lot of people ask, “How is Life Mel produced?” Life Mel Honey is produced by bees fed on a special food mixture which enables them to make a unique form of honey with all the beneficial properties of the therapeutic herbs and natural ingredients that they are fed. Our honey is specially produced in a controlled environment which guarantees a pollution-free pollination process. Other than collecting the honey from the hive and packing it, the honey is not artificially treated in any way and no ingredients are added after extraction of honey from the hive. Life Mel Honey is 100% organic produced by feeding bees only honey and natural therapeutic herbs.

This method enables us to control the precise doses of desired food types with which to feed the bees. Ultimately it will produce honeys whose properties are predesigned yet improved through the synergetic effect of being formed in the bee's body.

The peer reviewed study published in the international journal, MEDICAL ONCOLOGY, highlights the beneficial role Life Mel Honey can have in patients experiencing ‘chemotherapy induced neutropenia’. Life Mel Honey, when administered to patients receiving chemotherapy with a known tendency to developing neutropenia, had a positive effect on the hematopoietic system and stimulated the production of red and white blood cells, hemoglobin and blood platelets.

If you’d like to know how Life Mel could help you, or just want to say ‘hello’ please message me!

All the best,

- Moshe.