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Green tea fragrance oil is the healthiest beverage on the planet. It is loaded with antioxidants and nutrients that
have powerful effects on the body. The smell of this body oil makes it unique and is increased with the body
Once there was a poor, but hard-working woodcutter, he was walking home from the forest, with an ax, which
strapped from his back suddenly, and came upon a large old pot, made of brass, it was the biggest pot he had ever
seen. He exclaimed and said, “but how will I get it home it's too heavy to carry wait I know”, he untied his shoulder
strap, and dropped the heavy ax into the pot, next he tied one end of the strap through one of the pots handles,
and the other end around his waist, then he began the hard work of dragging the clumsy pot down the path to his
small house. The woodcutters wife was pleased to see the pot, and said, “what a fortunate day husband, you found
a wonderful old pot and another ax”, The Woodcutter replied, “ I just found the pot I had one ax before” The wife
replied, “ but there are two axes in the pot” .The woodcutter looked inside, and was speechless two identical axes
sat side by side, as he leaned down to pull them out, his straw hat fell from his head into the pot, now two hats
rested near the axes, wife said happily “the pot is haunted or it's magical”.
And then put their GREEN TEA in the Magic pot which came out with double fragrance. They started selling the
Magical Fragrance of the GREEN TEA. The fragrance was so famous that people from different villages bought the
famous fragrance from them. Every time the fragrance was doubled and converted the village into a beautiful piece
Ribbon Color: Blue: Liver Cancer
When I was first diagnosed with Stage IV hepatocellular carcinoma, a nurse practitioner who worked in my liver
surgeon’s office said to me, “We have someone working here who had the same thing you have and she’s been in
remission for five years.” That was all I needed to hear—one person had survived. I had hope. I was 50 when I was
diagnosed. I worked full time as a licensed practical nurse. I was a busy mom and wife. I ran marathons. But I had
been having a severe pain in my right lower back, and for several months I had been very tired.
A persistent low-grade temperature in combination with the back pain convinced my doctor to evaluate me for a
kidney infection. All tests were normal, but he also ordered a CT scan. To the surprise of us all, the scan showed that
small abscesses covered two-thirds of my liver. I had been through interferon therapy in 2003 and 2005 due to a
hepatitis C infection but was told that the interferon would safeguard my then-healthy liver from cancer. I found
My fever persisted and pain continued as we went to numerous appointments. At one emergency room, my
husband and I were shocked to learn that my alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) level was 77,000 ng/mL. (Normal is zero to
40.) This blood test can also serve as a liver tumor marker.
Subsequently, a liver biopsy was performed. One of the doctors advised me to run – not walk – to the hospital to
see the expert surgeon who did liver transplants. He knew the odds weren’t always great for liver cancer survival.
I came to have such faith in this outstanding liver surgeon. He wanted to resect two-thirds of my diseased liver, and
a second opinion confirmed his recommendation. When he opened me up, however, the cancer had spread to the
lymph nodes and he couldn’t do the resection.
The process had been devastating, but I was headed in the right direction. I ignored statistics and was determined
not to leave my 14-year-old daughter that early.
Next was six months of systemic chemotherapy followed by two additional chemoembolizations. My AFP level
continued to decrease, all the way to 15. It wouldn’t go lower, so shortly after, I was prescribed a newly approved
treatment for liver cancer, sorafenib tosylate (Nexavar). My AFP level then stabilized to zero in the next six months.
I had one last treatment, radiofrequency ablation, which essentially destroyed any remaining tumor cells.
I knew if I could just keep going, they were finding new and improved treatments all the time. After all, sorafenib
tosylate wasn’t even approved when I was diagnosed. I also found that optimism and my spirituality through my 12-
step work were crucial in my journey.
It’s so important to have good information and, if possible, to have an active partner in the fight. I couldn’t have
fought it alone. My husband was so diligent in gathering information about my type of cancer as well as my tests
and treatments that it most definitely impacted my recovery. I’ve now been cancer-free for more than five years. I
am the small percent who beat this cancer, and you can be, too. – Helen Robbins
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