Middle Eastern Secret DESTROYS Colon Cancer
You’ve heard about the definition of insanity, right?
It’s doing the same thing over and over, and expecting different results.
But that’s EXACTLY how mainstream medicine treats cancer.
They keep coming up with new and dangerous ways to poison, burn, or cut the cancer out of us. And most of these treatments come with side effects that could wreck – or even end – your life.
But researchers from the United Arab Emirates have recently uncovered a remarkable breakthrough for colon cancer.
It’s safe, effective, and it’s been hiding in plain sight all along.
You may have never heard of the tree called Rhus coriaria, but people in many Arab countries have been depending on it for centuries.
It’s used as a spice. It’s used for tanning. It has even been used to make dyes and candles.
These benefits are common knowledge to locals.
But researchers have just uncovered a secret that’s been hiding in the Rhus coriaria tree for ages: It can destroy cancer cells.
Especially colon cancer cells.
In the study published in the journal Scientific Reports, researchers found that extracts from this tree not only stopped the growth of cancer cells, but also made them much less likely to survive.
They also induced two processes that DESTROY cancer cells: apoptosis (which is when the cancer cells commit suicide) and autophagy (which is the body’s processes for destroying cells).
In other words, this tree’s properties make it a potent cancer-fighting weapon that attacks colon cancer on multiple fronts. You can find Rhus coriaria in supplement form.
With colon cancer currently ranking as the second most lethal cancer in the U.S., finding a cure is more important than ever.
But remember, the BEST way to combat colon cancer is to make sure you never get it in the first place.
Fortunately, getting screened regularly can help with that. Colon screenings will detect growths called polyps, which can be removed before they turn cancerous. The 5-year survival rate is over 90 percent in colon cancers that are caught early.
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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