• Chinese Medicine Cancer Treatment

    Currently there is considerable interest among oncologists to find anticancer drugs in Chinese herbal medicine (CHM). Recently there have been encouraging results, from a western perspective, in the cancer research field regarding the anticancer effects of CHM. Experiments showed that CHM played its anticancer role by inducing apoptosis and differentiation, enhancing the immune system, inhibiting […]

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  • Cats Claw: Cancer Treatment Herb

    The two closely related species of the thorned vine known as cat’s claw (Uncaria tomentosa and Uncaria guianensis), are traditional herbal remedies from the Amazon rainforest. The popular use of cat’s claw as a folk medicine has prompted a number of scientific studies into its efficacy. Although more research is required, it seems clear that […]

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  • Artemisia (Wormwood)

    Artemisia (Wormwood) has been used by Chinese herbalists for more than a thousand years in the treatment of many illnesses, such as skin diseases and malaria. The earliest record dates back to 200 BC, in the “Fifty-two Prescriptions” unearthed from the Mawangdui Han Dynasty Tombs. Its antimalarial application was first described in Zhouhou Beji Fang […]

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  • Spirulina and Chlorella

    Spirulina has a blue-green color which is the source of much of its cancer-prevention abilities. Spirulina is richly supplied with the blue pigment phycocyanin, a biliprotein which has been shown to inhibit cancer-colony formation. Both Spirulina and chlorella are commercially grown and used in dried, powdered form as high quality nutritional supplements. They are high […]

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  • Rauwolfia Vomitoria (Alstonine, BG-8)

    An extract from the bark of the roots of the African tree, Rauwolfia vomitoria, containing the alkaloid, alstonine (also called BG-8). Research studies, many being in vitro, have shown alstonine to be especially effective against hormone-related cancers, such as those of the breast and prostate, as long as the patient was not simultaneously taking any […]

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  • Pawpaw (Asimina triloba)

    Pawpaw (Asimina triloba) is a genus of small clustered trees with large leaves and fruit, native to North America. The genus includes the largest edible fruit indigenous to the continent. They are understory trees found in well drained deep fertile bottomland and hilly upland habitat. Pawpaw is in the same family (Annonaceae) as the custard-apple, […]

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  • Pao Pereira, PB-100, Flavopereirine, Geissospermum vellosii

    Pao Pereira is a medium sized Amazon rainforest tree, indigenous to Suriname, growing up to 60” tall, the bark of the tree contains the Pythochemical: Flavopereirin (an alkanoid) with anti tumor properties. The bark of pao pereira has therapeutic action against cancer – and leukemia cells. It also shows promising results in suppressing the further […]

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  • Medicinal Mushrooms

    There are a number of mushrooms that appear to help the body fight cancer and build the immune system – Shiitake, maitake, reishi, Agaricus blazei Murill, and Coriolus Versicolor. These mushrooms contain polysaccharides, especially Lentinan, powerful compounds that help in building immunity. They are a source of Beta Glucan. They also have a protein called […]

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  • Mangosteen (Garcinia Mangostana)

    Anti-cancer effects of Xanthones from rinds (skins) of mangosteen. Mangosteen, Garcinia mangostana Linn, is a tree found in South East Asia, and its rinds (skins) have been used as traditional medicine. Phytochemical studies have shown that they contain a variety of secondary metabolites, such as oxygenated and prenylated xanthones. Recent studies revealed that these xanthones […]

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  • Green Tea

    Green Tea is also a key element of cancer prevention. “Researchers have known for years that the incidence of prostate cancer is considerably lower in Asian countries. One possible explanation advanced by scientists is the high consumption of plant foods among Asian populations. Another is the growing number of laboratory studies indicating that green tea […]

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