Jake Ames


Jake Ames, MD, HMD

Many programs for healing cancer offer what are called “helper” alternative treatments for cancer. These are treatments which extend life but are not curative i.e. they will eventually fail, hopefully after the patient has had time to die from something else. They are typically more effective and very much safer than conventional helper treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation.
A “potentially curative” treatment is one which is capable of achieving long-term survival, but which doesn’t work for everyone. Surgery is the best known such treatment, and it typically cures over half the people receiving it. However, surgery fails to address the causes of cancer, and cancer may eventually return. When surgery fails, patients need other potentially curative treatments, but they are rarely offered these. Such treatments are typically not approved by regulators or are too inexpensive to be widely promoted.

I work in a far better regulatory environment than the U.S. and other countries, so I can offer both multiple potentially curative treatments and many helper treatments for all cancers. They are very safe and target the root causes of cancers. Note that side effects with toxic therapies are a much-underestimated problem. If done long term, they can destroy the patients’ will to live.
Oncologists offer helper treatments after surgery has failed, but these are rarely good enough. Chemotherapy, for example, on average extends life by about 10-20%, usually with significant side effects. The five-year survival rate with chemotherapy is around 2.1%. Just Avemar and vitamin D, two very easy to do helper treatments, will typically do very much better than chemotherapy and without any side effects.

I strive for patients having long-term survival, a “product” rarely sold by oncologists (except for surgery).

I recommend at least six potentially curative protocols and many helper protocols. I have had excellent results in assisting patients to cure their own cancers. I educate my patients on how to continue effective treatments at home. My therapies that I offer are cutting-edge, non-toxic, and I believe I have the most advanced therapies capable of achieving long-term survival.


Surviving metastatic cancer Step 1 Douglas G. Mitchell, Ph.D, D.Univ. Jake Ames, M.D., H.M.D.

Potential Cures

Pancreatic pro-enzymes. Gonzalez lists 50 case histories for patients with (“terminal”) metastatic cancer who were treated with enzymes by William Donald Kelley. They all had “terminal” cancer and achieved excellent long-term survival without any standard treatment which could account for these results. There are also research papers dating back to about 1905. Contact the author for supplier information.


1. Sono-photodynamic Therapy (SPDT) is needed for patients with large cancer loads, or with very late stage cancer. This is the only treatment I know capable of rapidly restoring health in such patients. These urgently need SPDT treatment, immediately followed by Step 1 treatment. I have personally observed a number of spectacular SPDT recoveries. The treatment costs about $A10, 000 per week plus travel and inexpensive living costs. It is carried out in Guangzhou, China.

2. Avemar . This is a fermented wheat germ extract with a large amount of research behind it. I have read much of their research. In combination with chemotherapy, they claim to extend life by a factor of 2 to 10 times. So a patient with a life expectancy of 1 year may survive for 2 to 10 years. A huge, huge improvement. Chemotherapy is not good enough as a primary therapy, but expect Avemar to similarly assist enzyme and other curative therapies. Avemar costs about $A6 per day and is taken with water each day. The taste is quite acceptable. Continue until the cancer is cured.


Basic actions to take are:

1: Get Dr. Jan Kwasniewski’s ketogenic diet book. Google Homo Optimus book PDF; otherwise you can buy his book on Amazon.

2: Eat high-quality food - fresh, organic and unprocessed food. Google insulin index, and eat low insulin index vegetables.

3: Buy the Ketonix Breath Ketone Test Monitor (Amazon usually has it)

4: Exercise as capable. Not much is needed. For example, walk for 20 minutes/day with 2 weight lifting sessions/week.

5: Buy the Frolov Breathing Device, and practice the Buteyko breathing exercises 20-25 minutes a day. If you can, enroll in a 3-day course on Buteyko breathing. Buy the books, “Doctors Who Cure Cancer - Diseases and Physical Ailments: Cancer - Medical Oncology Book 1” by Artour Rakhimov (Author) and his book, “How To Use The Frolov Breathing Device.” It is essential for you to read these two books and learn how to breathe correctly. During sleep, tape your mouth shut with white surgical cloth tape, so you don’t mouth breathe. Obviously, if you are nauseous, you don’t want to tape your mouth shut. Never sleep supine. Sleeping on your left side is better than sleeping on your right side.

6: Drink high-quality water. Get a reverse osmosis unit to be installed under your kitchen sink. Get the original Martin Wasserwirbler. Google this word; there are a few German websites where you can buy this device to make structured water (EZ water, Biological water)

7: Do labs: CT or MRI with and without contrast; bone scans
ultrasounds, blood labs, x-rays, urinalysis, etc.

8: Get a full chemistry panel which includes the lipid panel, hepatic panel including GGT, ionized calcium, albumin/globulin (A/G) ratio

9: Get lipoprotein (a), fibrinogen and homocysteine

10: Get the MTHFR mutation tests (C677T & A1298C)

11: Get a complete blood count (CBC) and an erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR)

12: The hormone labs are optional, but they are important for healing and your immune system. Total and free testosterone, sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG), dihydrotestosterone (DHT), ultra-sensitive estradiol (E2), estrone (E1),FSH (women only-over age 45), DHEA-sulfate, pregnenolone, progesterone, TSH, both thyroid autoantibodies (see below), free T3, free T4, total T4

13: Get RBC minerals for these following minerals, not serum minerals: selenium, copper, zinc, manganese, magnesium, cobalt, chromium

14: Get whole blood molybdenum

15: Men get a PSA, free PSA, percent free PSA and a digital rectal exam (DRE)

16: Get the Hair Element’s test from Doctors Data: This is a screening test for heavy metals and mineral deficiencies.


1: Start Dr. Kwasniewski’s ketogenic diet according to his book, “Homo Optimus” which you have already downloaded the PDF version for free.

2: Start Armstrong’s urine/water fast according to his book, “The Water of Life.” Fast until your cancer is non-detectable on the ONCOblot test, (www.oncoblotlabs.com). If you cannot fast for the necessary days, eat one to two of Dr. Kwasniewski’s meals during the day, or snack on raw seeds or nuts. He has recipes in the back of his book. On the urine/water fast it is not necessary to take any supplements except the PC (phosphatidylcholine – 1 tablespoon a day)

3: Continue with the rectal pancreatic suppositories according to the protocol.

4: Continue drinking reverse osmosis water with the Martin Wasserwirbler for life.

5: Once your cancer is non-detectable on the ONCOblot test (www.oncoblotlabs.com), decrease the urine fast to once a week long term. You can still drink your urine even when you are not fasting. Continue taking your minerals, and do mineral blood labs every three months.

6: The hair analysis test is routinely done twice a year.

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By Jake Ames, MD, HMD & Douglas G Mitchell Ph.D., D.Univ.
Wednesday, November 10, 2017

Basic information

The usable dosage of cannabis oil depends on the patient’s body weight, their tolerance to cannabis, how fast their body eliminates cannabis, and the purity of the tetrahydro cannabis (THC) or the amount of cannabidiols (CBD) which can mitigate some of the unfavorable THC side effects.

Cancer patients should usually be using an Indica strain of cannabis, not a Sativa strain. Indica tends to relax and cause sedation, whereas Sativa is more energetic. A cancer patient does not need to be hyped up.

Using Rick Simson’s protocol , it usually takes 3 months to eliminate a localized cancer with a few metastases. His protocol includes a 60-gram dose of tetrahydracannibidiol (THC). This could be achieved by taking 1 gram THC per day for 60 days, but most people cannot tolerate a 1 g dose. Most people cannot tolerate 1 gram a day, so it needs to be carefully phased in. The total dose of usually 60 g THC can be varied based on the type of cancer, the differentiation of cancer cells, and the cancer stage. Patients need expert advice.

Diagnostic tests

It is important to measure cancer status before beginning treatment in order to measure efficacy. With low cancer loads, use sensitive tests such as the ONCOblot® blood test (USA) or variations on a circulating tumour test (CTC) (other countries) to measure starting cancer status. These tests can be repeated every 3,6 or 12 months to check cancer status. Any recurrence needs to be aggressively treated. With higher cancer loads, blood cancer markers and scans can be used to monitor cancer status

Length of treatment

If the cancer has not been totally eliminated, and the cannabis is discontinued prematurely, the cancer can come back with a vengeance. This applies to all effective curative cancer therapies. Continue treatment(s) well past the time when diagnostic tests can no longer find any cancer.

Taking the treatment

There are no problems taking CBD’s. If the CBD’s are mixed with olive oil in a dropper bottle, start with 5-10 mg CBD per day and build up to 20- 50 mg four times daily. Older children can also build up to this dose.
THC has to be carefully managed. Either:
a. Put 25 mg THC in a gelatin capsule (obtainable from your pharmacy) and insert it into the rectum. This mode of entry mitigates the psychoactive effects observed with high oral doses, or
b. take orally, starting with 1 mg THC in a carrier such as olive oil. Then increase slowly up to 25 mg per day. If there are psychoactive effects, back off until they go away, then build up more slowly, or
c. make your own suppository by dissolving the cannabis in warm cocoa butter, pouring it into a mold , letting it solidify and insert into the rectum.


1.Taking CBD with THC will usually decrease THC’s side effects.
2. Commercial CBD and THC without the terpenes and flavonoids do not work as well. THC works better when it has some CBD, CBC, and CBG with it.

Side Effects

These are always dose dependent.
For THC, they could be hunger, paranoia, headache, dry mouth, nausea, dry eyes, anxiety, somnolence (sleepiness) plus ** psychoactivity, such as visual hullinations. **
CBD Hypotension (low blood pressure), dry mouth, light-headedness, sedation. As a practical matter, only lowering the blood pressure in someone with hypertension is observed.

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