When Fred Wortman of Albany, Georgia, developed an inoperable malignance
of the intestine, he faced the prospect of a long treatment with x-radiation
‘therapy.’ ‘The doctors,’ Mr. Wortman said, ‘refused to operate when
they discovered the condition of my bank balance.’
“Being a wide reader, he
remembered a simple remedy for cancer that was given in a book by a ‘Mrs.
Brandt’ and looked it up.
“It was rather involved and
cumbersome to follow, so he reduced it to its essentials.
Took the ‘cure’ and was completely cancer-free within a month
“Wortman then had his
experience published in ‘The Independent’ and received hundreds of
replies. Over two hundred cancer
sufferers reported complete cures—total recovery.
The Grape treatment cured lung cancer in two weeks, he reported. Cancer
of the prostrate took a little longer—about a month.
Only four cases of leukemia (cancer of the blood) were treated.
But the judicious usage of grape juice cured them all.
TREATMENT LIKE THIS:
“Begin with a twenty-four ounce bottle of (dark
Concord) grape juice the first thing in the morning.
Do not eat until Noon. Take
a couple of swallows every ten or fifteen minutes (don’t gulp it down all at
After twelve o’clock,
live the rest of the day normally, but do not eat anything after eight
o’clock in the evening… Food seems to carry off the curative agent
in the grape juice, which may be magnesium, so stick to the fast between 8
p.m. and Noon the following day.
“Keep this up every day
for two weeks to one month…
“The dark Concord grape
juice treatment is reported to be nearly 100% effective.”
Later on Wortman collected information on four hundred
cases treated successfully in this way.
Certainly, if I had cancer, I
would try the above method—especially since from Noon on I could eat
normally, and would not be starving myself.
I suppose Mr. Wortman used Concord grape juice from the local grocery
store. Whether unadulterated
grape juice is still available in regular grocery stores I don’t know, but
certainly health food stores should carry it, I would think.
Anyway, I say all this to say
simply that I would not ignore other avenues of help if I should ever get