A DAD who is dying of bowel cancer and given months to live claims that CBD oil and dog worming tablets have stopped the disease in its tracks.
Scott Davis, 40, from Torquay, Devon, was diagnosed with terminal cancer last September and offered palliative care.
But he decided to take matters into his own hands and after doing his own research, Scott began taking dog worming tablets known as fenbendazole.
He also started consuming dozens of other vitamins – and now claims to be fitter and healthier than ever.
Scott, who runs a building and maintenance firm, has even surpassed doctors expectations by reaching his 40th birthday and has stabilised his cancer for six months.
Worth a try
The dad-of-three said: “I read online that CBD oil works well with fenbendozle which is known as dog worming medication to help with cancer.
“Lots of people had raved about it and seemed to have had a lot of success, so I thought I’d give it a try.
“I get the fenbendozle online for £7.50 per week and I get through one pack each day, it’s a powder so I normal just sprinkle it on my toast.
I get through one pack each day, it’s a powder so I normal just sprinkle it on my toast
“It was September 2018 when doctors told me my cancer was terminal – as the tumour was inoperable.
“Straight after my diagnosis, they started talking to me about palliative care.
“I was completely gobsmacked when they told me I had roughly a year to live – I was completely fit and healthy and you wouldn’t have thought anything was wrong with me.
“A few months prior I had been getting stomach pains which the doctor thought was IBS, but not long after I was curled up in excruciating pain and ended up in hospital which is when they found the tumour.”
Scott was offered palliative chemotherapy in the hope of shrinking the tumour but after enduring six months of the intensive treatment he began looking for alternatives.
He said: “Straight after my diagnosis, a nurse at the hospital told me not to give up and slipped me a leaflet about the benefits of CBD oil and things.
“That’s when I read about worming tablets known as fenbendazole and CBD oil.
I know it can’t cure cancer but it has prolonged my life and I know it can help others too
“I started taking them both in May after reading online that it can help with terminal cancer.
“I was up for trying anything at this point so I started to take it straight away, before I even started my chemo.
“I know it can’t cure cancer but it has prolonged my life and I know it can help others too.”
Since Scott, who has three children named Lowenna, 1, Bobby, 5, Harley-Jack, 8, began medicating himself his tumour hasn’t grown in size.
He now jokes that he has exceeded his “sell by date”.
Scott added: “There are other people in the same situation as me who have been taking these and found they’ve had amazing results too.
“With the help of my healthy lifestyle as well, I honestly think I could live to 75 years old.
“I can honestly say after turning 40 on the 25th of September – 12 months and 13 days after being given 12 months to live – I have never felt fitter, healthier and more focused.
“In terms of advice I’ve received from the hospital, they’ve basically just told me to keep doing what I’m doing as it’s evident I’m getting results from it.
“My goal now is to raise as much awareness and help as many people as possible while I’m still here.”
I can honestly say after turning 40 – I have never felt fitter, healthier and more focused
Experts warn that there is no scientific proof that alternative therapies can actively treat or even cure cancer.
MacMillan Cancer Support say: “No alternative therapies have ever been proven to cure cancer or slow its growth.
“If you are considering using alternative therapies, talk to your doctor for advice and support.
“Doctors are generally supportive of people using any complementary therapies that may help them cope better with their illness.
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“But they usually advise against using alternative therapies.
“If you decide to use an alternative therapy, it is important to check it is safe. Always check the credentials of the therapist.
“Alternative therapies can be expensive and some can cause serious side effects. They can also make you feel unwell and be harmful to your health.”