Ancient Spice DESTROYS Cancer Cells
I believe that nature provides everything you need to stay healthy and disease free.
Food is a big part of that.
Everything you eat has the power to hurt… or to heal.
I’m not just talking about fruits, vegetables, and grains. The spices that boost your food’s flavor can boost your health as well.
A recent study found that a certain ancient spice can absolutely destroy cancer cells.
Even better? You can get it at your local grocery store.
Saffron has been helping folks beat heart disease, insomnia, and stomach issues for centuries.
Now, it looks like it can help you stop cancer, too.
Multiple studies have shown that a compound in saffron called safranalhas powerful cancer-killing properties.
It’s reported to be the most expensive spice in the world by weight, but its health benefits are even weightier.
In a recent study, scientists injected rats with cancer cells. One group received safranal for several weeks, while the other received no treatment.
Not surprisingly, the cancerprogressed in the mice that didn’t receive the safranal.
But the safranal group? That a totally different story.
By the end of the trial, safranal made the cancerpractically DISSAPEAR.
A closer look revealed that the safranal produced two critical anti-cancer actions.
First, it stopped cancer cells from developing by stopping the cell cycle, which is what happens when cells multiple and divide.
Second, it killed existing cancer cells by inducing apoptosis, meaning it caused cancer cells to commit suicide.
That’s like giving cancer a one-two punch!
Another study on safranal found that it was able to kill human liver cancer cells. Once again, the benefit came as a result of inducing apoptosis.
And in yet another study, researchers concluded that safranal has potential as a therapeutic agent.
This was just a mouse study, but it does give us an exciting look into the potential locked inside of this flavorful spice.
And it gives you yet another weapon in the anti-cancer arsenal that’s sitting on your dinner plate.
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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