The Cellect Cancer treatment has become dangerously popular. A kit can be ordered online for $100 that includes 30 servings of various vitamins and minerals. 4 different types of powder kit flavors and even a capsule alternative is available for purchase. All but the unflavored version were sold out at the time of writing this review. Pretty scary to learn that they might just be flying off the shelf. The website provides cellect protocol information as well as various tips for good health. Too bad the tips and advice given contradicts the very use of the cellect supplement in the first place. The cellect supplement is marketed as a cancer treatment and yet the website only provides an Alzheimer’s mouse study to prove its effectiveness? The cellect protocol is talked about all over the internet. Some sites have described the cellect cancer treatment as “one of the crown jewels of alternative medicine” or “one of the most potent, safe and highly effective cancer treatments”. Unfortunately most of the sites saying such things are affiliated with the cellect supplement and benefit from its sales.
Cellect Cancer Treatment Studies?
NONE. Can’t really go into any much detail because there isn’t any. The cellect protocol or supplement alone has never been tested on cancer either in humans or even mice. Completely ZERO data available on using CELL-ECT for cancer. No controlled scientific cancer studies have ever been performed. Case Closed. But to eliminate any doubt some people might still have, we can go one step further. Shark cartilage, which is one of the main ingredients in this supplement, has in fact been tested and showed no anti-tumor effect in humans. Not only has some of the ingredients like shark cartilage shown to be ineffective, but others like Vitamin E and Selenium have shown to increase cancer risk in studies. This just really looks like a bunch of random supplements someone put together to profit off desperate cancer patients. It’s sad, but true.
Cellect Protocol Final Thought.
In the end we have no evidence to substantiate any of the outrageous anti-cancer claims plaguing the net. Many things that surround this supplement are highly suspicious and some just flat out don’t make sense. To be honest, it really doesn’t even look like the creator of the supplement tried very hard to make a believable argument. And that’s because it’s not the supplement that sells, it’s the lie. The lie that this will work when everything else didn’t. A false hope in a bottle. That’s what flies off the shelves.
If you buy this product you are essentially doing it because you heard someone else had success using it. You don’t know whether or not the testimonial is at all truthful. In the end you have to ask yourself, do you want to bet your life on a testimonial? Why do that, when other things like Melatonin, Curcumin, and Apatone have shown real results in real human studies. It’s just common sense, just like the CELL-ECT website itself, tells you to use.