This is getting way out of hand, this may not be the most recent occurance, but it’s a memorable one.
It’s certainly worth reading about so that you can start to understand the history of a pattern that is visible these days. And oddly enought, this isnt’ fiction.
In June 2015, Mary and her husband Doug’s house was raided in Surrey County in the UK, and they were placed under investigation for allegedly trying to sell the controversial MMS solution on their website.
The couple eventually left the country, and Mary remains in Mexico at La Flor Dela Salud clinic.
Mary refused to go back to the UK, and on April 18th, 2016 a court hearing was held. After refusing to go to court, she could serve 10 years in prison if does decide to return to the UK.
Who is Mary?
Amanda Mary Jewell, who is often known simply as Mary, is an independent English cancer researcher and alternative health adviser, who previously worked out of other European countries such as Bulgaria.
In the UK, the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) — equivalent to the FDA — has not been happy with her. One major complaint they have is that Mary has been promoting two controversial cancer-fighting foods: apricot seeds and apple seeds, which some say have miraculous cancer healing powers, but others say also come with potentially serious risks. The two supplements have been lifesaving for many patients around the world according to some in the holistic community.
Others, of course, think she is a scam. The negative commentary directed at Mary has much to do with her using treatments that are not approved by the mainstream — not just the seeds, but also the controversial Miracle Mineral Solution. She oftentimes treats patients who are in the final stages of cancer — and just like with mainstream treatments, not everyone survives.
So, are the complaints against her justified, or is she merely the latest victim of a holistic doctor witch hunt? Let’s examine.
What Does the MHRA Have on Her?
According to the MHRA, promoting the two types of seeds as health foods breaches the following acts:
-Fraud Act 2006: falsely representing a product. In Mary’s case, the government refuses to acknowledge that apricot kernels can help treat cancer.
-The Cancer Act of 1939: prohibits anyone from making any advertisements that have to do with unapproved cancer treatments.
-The Nutritional and Health Claims of England Regulations 2007
-The Consumer Protection and Unfair Trading Regulations of 2008
-The Human Medicines Regulation of 2012
-The Supplements England Regulations of 2003
-The Organic Products Regulation of 2009
All of these combine to arguably create a monopoly for the pharmaceutical industry’s toxic cancer treatments and can be thrown in any holistic practitioner’s face at any time if the government or the industry feel threatened, or compelled to act against natural health practitioners in any way.
It’s simply not a level playing field for the many doctors who follow a naturopathic or holistic style, many argue.
Mary’s Belief: “Do No Harm” Goes Against Mainstream Cancer Treatments
When answering to the authorities, Mary refers to the Hippocratic Oath doctors take all over the world: never give a poison and do no harm. The phrase might not appear in the modern oath, as it has been re-written multiple times, but it is used as a moral compass by many doctors and medical professional to this day.
While apricot and apple seeds may contain toxins, they certainly don’t damage people the way chemo does, she argues.
Mary states that chemotherapy and radiation are nothing else but poison that harms the body, therefore, she refuses to use them as treatment. She answered to the MHRA with the following in an email:
“I would like to draw your attention to those actually doing harm. You work for the harmaceuticals — …pharmaceuticals do harm hence it’s not a typo, I really do mean harmaceuticals — that kill people daily. Your organization stops anyone from getting well.”
In the video below, Mary describes the email she received from one particular health official and her self-proclaimed not-so-professional response. She also goes on to discuss the ongoing controversy over the mysterious deaths of leading edge holistic doctors and pleads with the audience to share her video in order to “stop these murders” and raise awareness.
Listen to her telling her story in this video posted on April 15, 2016:
Mary and the GcMAF Treatment that Deceased Doctors Promoted
“If we can’t talk about an apricot kernel, and we can’t talk about an apple seed, we certainly can’t say ‘an apple day keeps the doctor away.’ There is no freedom of speech anymore. Holistic doctors are being murdered – too many to count now. I’m being threatened, yet again… I continue my work today, how long for, I don’t know.”
Mary is one of the holistic doctors promoting the little-known but promising GcMAF treatment, which many believe is part of the reason for the aforementioned mysterious doctor deaths. Mary says these deaths had no connection to GcMAF in her opinion, but that any holistic doctor who is getting real results from alternative treatments is under attack.
“There (have) been a lot of holistic deaths recently, and people say it’s vaccines, it’s GcMAF, but there isn’t that kind of connection actually. It’s just good people having real results. That’s why we are under threat.”