According to –truth_society  –  Cancer is a multi-billion dollar business and it comes as no surprise that cures are suppressed in the name of profit. One of the most common natural cures discussed in recent years is cannabis oil which I have used to help heal people and have discussed on this page.

 

There are thousands of other natural plant medicines though that have been studied and proven to have anti-cancer properties. Some of these plant medicines have the ability to target and kill the cancer cells that lie at the root of the cancer malignancy. These properties target the heart of the cancer, and unlike harmful radiation, support your body’s immune system and health. For example, ginger has been found in pre-clinical research to contain a compound up to 10,000 times more effective than the chemotherapy drug Taxol at killing breast cancer stem cells.

 

Cancer rates have skyrockets as more and more chemicals pollute our environment and ultimately our bodies. These environmental toxins can be found in our air, food, and water.

A new study published in the journal Anticancer Research titled, “Natural Products That Target Cancer Stem Cells,” has made our job much easier of identifying this special category of cancer killers by reviewing the extant literature on the topic and listing the top 25 substances in this category. They are listed here below, along with some of their commonly recognizable dietary sources:

 

Epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) – Green Tea

 

6-Gingerol – Ginger

 

β-Carotene – Carrot, Leafy Greens

 

Baicalein – Chinese Skullcap

 

Curcumin – Turmeric

 

Cyclopamine – Corn Lilly [we do not suggest consuming this plant; this simply illustrates natural components exist that kill cancer stem cells]

 

Delphinidin – Blueberry, raspberrry

 

Flavonoids (Genistein) – Soy, red clover, coffee

 

Gossypol – Cottonseed [we do not suggest consuming this plant; this simply illustrates natural components exist that kill cancer stem cells]

 

Guggulsterone – Commiphora (myrrh tree)

 

Isothiocyanates – Cruciferous vegetables

 

Linalool – Mint

 

Lycopene – Grapefruit, tomato

 

Parthenolide – Feverfew

 

Perylill alcohol – Mint, cherry, lavender

 

Piperine – Black pepperimg_20151219_015212.jpg