The Sir Jason Winters Story
Since 1977, over 62 million people in 70 countries have used Sir Jason's herbs. His book, Killing Cancer (title changed for Australia), a publishing phenomenon in it's 147th printing, has changed the lives of over 13 million people.
A terminal cancer patient given just three months to live, Jason Winters refused major surgery and traveled the world in search of an herbal remedy. He now has total remission and shares his experiences for the benefit of cancer patients and others seeking to avoid this dreaded illness.
Born in England to a working-class family, Jason Winters was 17 before riding in a car for the first time, or ate in a restaurant. But he had dreams and immigrated to Canada in 1947 where he worked on a farm in Saskatchewan. He then worked in Northern British Columbia as a lumberjack and the Salmon Fisheries Commission.
Seeking adventure, Jason crossed the Canadian Rockies by hot air balloon. For Canada's centennial celebration he retraced Sir Alexander McKenzie's footsteps down the McKenzie River by canoe, a trip of more than 2,000 miles. Still not satisfied in his zest for adventure, Jason crossed the Sahara Desert by camel before working for the New Zealand government testing seat belts by crashing cars into brick walls.
Jason attempted to be the first man to cross the Atlantic Ocean by balloon but crashed half way. Unlike most balloonists, Jason removed the typical basket from beneath the balloon and replaced it with a small boat, a fact that may have saved his life as it took several days for him to be rescued after crashing into the Atlantic.
The lure of Hollywood brought fame as an extra and stand-in for the role of Geronimo in the movie "Apache Agent." As a stunt man, Jason performed in all of Audie Murphy's films. His adventures spanned 20 years, but then came the biggest of all tests...facing death from terminal cancer.
In 1977 a large, cancerous growth appeared on the side of Jason's neck. Normal cancer treatments had little effect on the growth and Jason was told to prepare to die.
But Jason didn't give up on life. He turned to the alternative health field and natural remedies. He found special herbs on three different continents that had been used for centuries to combat cancer.