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Tis the Season for Mistletoe – A Cancer Fighting Agent
Tis the Season for Mistletoe – A Cancer Fighting Agent
Mistletoe is an undisputed king of natural cancer medicines. No other Natural Medicine has such a long history of usage (over 100 years), clinical trials, and basic research as does mistletoe. Clinical usage and research unequivocally demonstrate that mistletoe use for cancer is safe, extends quality-of-life when used in clinical trials with cancer patients, successfully treat plural effusion‘s that result from lung cancer, improves survival and patience with stage four lung cancer, and improve survival in patients with stage four cancer of the pancreas. In addition, in some cases mistletoe use can result in remission, such as remission in a patient with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma or a patient cured of cancer that had metastasized to his skull. Installation of mistletoe extracts in the bladder of patients with bladder cancer has been associated with improved outcomes and occasionally full remission. Scores of published papers, document the mechanism by which mistletoe extracts have a positive affect on all markers and parameters associated with the cancer process, including one in particular comparing the mechanism of action of mistletoe extracts with that of Coley’s toxins.  Without a doubt, mistletoe extract should be considered settled science in the annals of therapeutic intervention that improve the outcome for patients with cancer.
Here is what modern medicine says about Mistletoe.  https://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/treatment/cam/patient/mistletoe-pdq

Mistletoe is a semi-parasitic plant that grows on various host trees. Mistletoe extracts are used for a variety of conditions including cancer, HIV, hepatitis, and degenerative joint disease. Oral preparations are available as dietary supplements and homeopathic remedies. However, most clinical research has evaluated mainly parenteral formulations, which are not approved for use in the United States by the Food and Drug Administration.

Studies support the use of mistletoe to improve symptoms and quality of life, and reduce chemotherapy and radiotherapy side effects, including in pancreatic (13) (37), lung (11), colorectal (12), and breast (14) cancers. Some studies suggest it may help prolong survival (6) (8) (9) (13), but other study results are mixed (17) (18) (19) (43). Preliminary studies suggest that intravesical mistletoe extract is safe and well tolerated in patients with nonmuscle invasive bladder cancer (38), and that mistletoe extract injection may be efficacious for chemical pleurodesis in patients with malignant pleural effusion (39) (44).

The best source for mistletoe is through Helixors’s website (www.helixor.com). Through the website, the staff Helixor also offer recommendations on the preparation best suited to your individual case along with the dosing instructions.   The USA is the only country in the world where mistletoe cannot be legally shipped.  WHAT A SHOCKER!  Anything that challenges the greatly expensive modern medicine’s cancer drugs isn’t allowed in the USA?  There are a few other avenues to get the product if anyone is interested.  

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