- Poison Syrop
Escozul (according to the Cuban Industrial Property Office), also known as Escoazul or Blue Scorpion Poison Syrop, is highly requested by cancer patients all over the world, in spite of being at an experimental stage.
According to what some patients have expressed, like Juanita Colomer from Chile, Escozul does not attack the malignant cell directly but it acts by avoiding its growth and development by inhibiting the cell membrane and avoiding the development of new blood vessels.
Similarly, its use would not interfere with the conventional health treatments that are used against cancer, such as surgery, cytostatic, chemotherapy, or radiation.
Juanita Colomer, from Chile, shares her experiences and advices with us, and also provides some useful tips to obtain Escozul from a safe and reliable Laboratory in Cuba.
OCPI (Cuban Industrial Property Office from its Spanish name) Labiofam Laboratory Cuban Industrial Property Office; named Labiofam Laboratory as the official owners for the rights to use the drug patent for the poison of this arachnid, since 2004. INOR Labiofam Laboratory coordinates the research of the drug in conjunction with the Oncology and Radiology Institute and the IPK. Certified Treatment Only Labiofam Laboratory produces the certified treatment in Cuba.
We are not doctors, we have no affiliation to any medical Laboratory. The objective of the web site is only to share experiences among cancer patients and/or their families. It also serves to help and support each other as in our case, that we have chosen this alternate treatment to our disease. We only want to tell you our experiences.