Is this Chinese herbal remedy the next great cancer fighter?

If you or someone you love has suffered through mainstream cancer treatment, you know just how brutal it can be.

One moment you’re doubled over the toilet, puking your guts out – and the next, you’re pulling your hair out in clumps.

And this is supposed to be making you better?

It’s no wonder that most people you meet complain more about the chemo and radiation than the cancer itself!

I’ve spent my career helping patients beat cancer with safer, natural remedies, like intravenous vitamin C.

Now scientists say they’ve discovered a new herbal remedy that may be the next great weapon in the fight against cancer. And it’s as gentle and harmless as a flower.

I’m talking about Chinese skullcap, which is made from a flowering plant and has been used for centuries to treat everything from restlessness to neurological disorders.

And a new study on mice published in Science Advances has proven that Chinese skullcap has compounds that can actually kill cancer.

You see, we’ve known forever that flavones – compounds found in the plant’s root – act as an anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant.

And according to the latest science, these same flavones also destroy cancer cells – and ONLY cancer cells.

The study found that when mice were given Chinese skullcap, it actually kept their tumours from growing. Better yet, unlike chemo and radiation, it didn’t harm healthy tissue.

There are plenty of alternative docs who have been using Chinese skullcap in their practices for quite some time. But don’t expect the mainstream to get on board – they love to turn up their noses at Traditional Chinese Medicine, even though lots of these remedies have been used for THOUSANDS of years by BILLIONS of people.

The good news is that Chinese skullcap is widely available as a supplement, so you can get it for yourself. Also marketed as “Huang-Qin” and “Qing Gan,” you’ll see it sold in capsule form or as a liquid extract tincture.

Wishing you the best of health,

Dr. Glenn S. Rothfeld
Editor
Nutrition & Healing
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Sources:

Experts Look Into Secrets of The Chinese Skullcap, A Traditional Chinese Medicine With Potential Cancer-Fighting Properties, techtimes.com/articles/148785/20160410/experts-look-into-secrets-of-the-chinese-skullcap-a-traditional-chinese-medicine-with-potential-cancer-fighting-properties.htm

Study Reveals How Chinese Skullcap Makes Anti-Cancer Compounds, sci-news.com/biology/chinese-skullcap-scutellaria-baicalensis-anti-cancer-compounds-03775.html

A specialized flavone biosynthetic pathway has evolved in the medicinal plant, Scutellaria baicalensis, advances.sciencemag.org/content/2/4/e1501780

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  1. I wish the mainstream will pay more attention to alternative medicine and remedies when it comes to the fight against cancer.

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