Unbelievable Foods, Herbs, and Spices That Can Heal Cancer

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6. Butcher’s Broom

This herb contains an ingredient called ruscogenin, which has been shown in studies to shrink tumors and have anti-estrogenic abilities. Because of its anti-estrogenic power, this is a terrific choice for fighting breast cancer.

 

7. Chaparral

This plant has been used in Native American medicine for hundreds, and perhaps thousands, of years. Chaparral stops the spread of cancer, reduces tumors, and improves the function of the immune system. This is another plant that is anti-microbial, and has high anti-oxidant compounds that seem to work well in the fight against breast cancer. This plant also seems to be well tolerated by the body and it has low toxicity rates, even when consumed in large quantities.

 

8.  Echinacea

Well-known for its immune boosting powers, this herb is super popular for treating colds and flu viruses, but there is plenty of research to show that this herb can help those with brain tumors and improve the immune system so that the body can naturally fight cancer.

 

9. Goldenseal

The common bacterium Helicobacter pylori are known to cause stomach ulcers as well as stomach cancer. This pathogen digs deep into the lining of the stomach to hide from digestive acids, and then causes digestive distress. Left untreated, it is not uncommon to find that the patient has developed stomach cancer. Goldenseal has anti-microbial compounds and is used throughout the world to fight parasites. Goldenseal is often sold in combination with Echinacea. When combined with the mineral bismuth, goldenseal can kill this dangerous bacterium.

 

10. Pau D’Arco

This is from the bark of a tree and is known to be an anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, and anti-yeast supplement. Recent research shows that some of the ingredients in this tree bark contain something called quinoids, which have powerful immune strengthening abilities and seem to work best for those with cancer of the lymph system and blood cancers.

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