Archive for November 24, 2014

Scientists in Seattle have shown that a compound called Artemisinin, extracted from the Wormwood plant (Artemsisia Annua L.), seeks out and destroys breast cancer cells, leaving healthy cells unharmed.

Bioengineering researcher Henry Lai reported at the University of Washington that laboratory tests showed that “the compound Artemisinin killed, within 16 hours, virtually all human breast cancer cells exposed to it in the test tube”.

He also reported that a dog with a type of bone cancer known as Osteosarcoma, so severe that it couldn’t walk across the room, made a complete recovery within five days of receiving the treatment.

X-rays showed that the dog’s tumor had “basically disappeared”, Henry Lai added that he believes the dog is still alive two years later.

Chinese folk practitioners extracted Artemisinin from the plant Artemesia annua L., commonly known as Wormwood, thousands of years ago for use in the treatment of Malaria.

A “secret recipe” for the treatment of Malaria was discovered on a stone tablet in the tomb of a prince of the Han Dynasty, during an archaeological dig in the 1970s, since then, Artemisinin re-emerged as a therapy for the mosquito-borne disease.



Well, it’s not exactly milk that can be an effective cancer treatment, but certain components found in both human breast milk and cow’s milk are highly effective cancer treatments.
One of them is bovine colostrum, the first breast secretion a newborn calf receives from its mother within the first 24-48 hours after birth. This remarkable substance is one of the most potent immune boosters you can take.