Category: Intravenous Nutrient Therapy

March 28, 2016 Dr. Nicholas Anhorn, BSc, ND No comments exist

Mistletoe is a parasitic plant that directly derives almost all of its nutrition from other flowering plants. By parasitizing other plants, they have a competitive advantage over many other forms of life because they do not have to compete in soil for their water and nutrient needs. This description of mistletoe sounds surprisingly similar to…

March 28, 2016 Dr. Nicholas Anhorn, BSc, ND No comments exist

Dr. Anhorn received his ozone training through Dr. Frank Shallenberger, MD. The following is an excerpt from Dr. Shallenberger’s website (www.antiagingmedicine.com).   Ozone therapy is a unique form of therapy that both heals and detoxifies at the same time. It used to treat a variety of chronic disease including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, Lyme disease, chronic…

March 28, 2016 Dr. Nicholas Anhorn, BSc, ND No comments exist

Artesunate is a drug that was initially designed for combating malaria, however, recently it has shown great promise as a cancer therapy [1,2,3]. It has been used in combination with some chemotherapies to improve outcomes in advanced cancer patients [5]. When fighting cancer it is important to use every tool at your disposal to weaken…

March 28, 2016 Dr. Nicholas Anhorn, BSc, ND No comments exist

In March 2014, I travelled to Victoria, BC to complete my Advanced Clinical Naturopathic Oncology training by Dr. Neil McKinney, ND. Dr. McKinney is one of the leaders in the field of Naturopathic Oncology and is the author of the textbook “Naturopathic Oncology.” In the course I learned the most cutting edge therapies and I…

March 27, 2016 Dr. Nicholas Anhorn, BSc, ND No comments exist

  This article is an expanded excerpt from Dr. Anhorn’s full article titled: “Dual Approach to Integrative Cancer Care – Step 1: Improving your outcome.”   One therapy that we recently added to our cancer toolkit is high dose intravenous (IV) vitamin C. IV vitamin C allows you to achieve levels of vitamin C high…