Paying for Natural Treatments


While there are many natural/alternative cancer treatment modalities and clinics that can be effective for cancer, no major insurance carriers will pay out benefits to cover these natural protocols. Having to bear the cost of these treatments may be one major reason why so many people are forced to dismiss having them altogether. But there is one financial tool that many families qualify for, but are unaware of, and that is cashing out your life insurance policy.

Through a powerful but little-known Supreme Court decision back in 1911, it was ruled that a person’s life insurance policy could legally be sold – even while the holder is still living, to pay out a benefit that can be used for such care.  Viatical settlements routinely provide 50% to 75% of the face value of a life insurance policy for the owner and is paid in cash.  The funds from your life insurance policy can be used for anything~ including natural treatments, medical travel expenses, paying off your mortgage, or simply to provide dignity during a medical crisis.

Amazingly, over 90% of all American life insurance policies go unclaimed and this creates an immense windfall for the insurance companies. When disease strikes, many people mistakenly let their policies lapse through non-payment, thinking they can no longer afford to continue them.  One can find a legally licensed financial services broker that can provide assistance to those wishing to cash out of their life insurance policies in order to pay for natural treatment protocols.


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