The Native Americans were on to something with this ruby berry…they used it as a healing remedy and food. It kills germs, speeds skin healing, and reduces fevers. And now, researchers have found it fights cancer.
There’s new hope on the cancer front. And you can find it in the produce aisle.
A study from Baylor College of Medicine reports that a compound in a certain vegetable kills leukemia cancer cells.1
A specific juice may be the life-saving answer to the 45,220 people expected to develop pancreatic cancer this year alone.1 And for the millions at risk, it may prevent the cancer from forming altogether.
There’s promising new research on the cancer front. Researchers in Japan have found a fruit extract that stops tumors from growing.
University of Florida’s Dr. Nam Dang and his team studied the effects of this extract on 10 different types of cancers including cervical, breast, liver, lung, and pancreatic.1 The fruit extract slowed tumor growth in all cancer forms.
When it comes to cancer, it doesn’t get much scarier than lung cancer.
But now an herb has shown to not only stop the growth of cancerous cells but to also prevent any more from forming.1
Eastern medicine has deemed this plant the “medicine of kings.”1And it’s proving to be just that.
Traditional Chinese Medicine has rated it as the top medicinal herb for over 2,000 years. It’s that powerful.2