"There's not a
tumor on God's green Earth that can't be licked with a
little baking soda and maple syrup!"
astonishing claim of controversial folk healer Jim Kelmun
- who says his simple home remedy can stop and reverse the
growth of deadly cancers. The 75-year-old former truck driver
has no medical degree and authorities are demanding that he stop
dispensing his "wonder drug" - or face a prison sentence.
But his loyal patients swear by the man they fondly call "Dr.
Jim" - and say he's a miracle worker.
"Dr. Jim cured
me of lung cancer," declares farmer Ian Rodhiuse, 64. "Those
other doctors told me I was a goner and had less than six
months to live.
"But the doc put me on his mixture - and in a couple of
months, the cancer was gone. It didn't even show up on
silver-haired grandfather - who has been preparing home remedies
since 1954 - says he first hit upon the miracle cure in the
mid-1970s, when he was treating a family plagued by breast
"There were five
sisters in the family and all of them passed away from the
big C by age 50 - except one," he recalls.
"I asked if there was anything different in her diet. She
told me she was partial to sipping maple syrup and baking
soda. I figured, let me try it out on some of my other
Since then, "Dr.
Jim" has dispensed his mixture to more than 200 patients
diagnosed with terminal cancer. Amazingly, he claims that
of that number, 185 lived at least 15 more years - and nearly
half enjoyed a complete remission of their disease.
"You tell me
about another treatment that works that good!" he demands
Medical experts are
"This man is a
quack, plain and simple," blasts an official at a state
medical association. "We intend to see that he is arrested
for practicing medicine without a license."
Until that happens,
Dr. Jim vows to keep prescribing his treatment:
"I'm just going
to keep on saving lives."
Dr. Jim's Miracle
treatment is made with baking soda and maple syrup.
Will Dr. Jim's recipe work for you? We don't know - and
Weekly World News urges you to consult your own trusted
physician before embarking on any course of medical
But here, for our
readers, is Dr. Jim's recipe:
Mix one part
baking soda with three parts maple syrup in a small
teaspoon daily, as needed