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List of Anticancer herbs for cancer and organs

 

LIST OF ANTICANCER HERBS

Which herbal drugs and herbs have anticancer use. Anticancer herbs for tumors and organs

 

Since these anti-neoplastic effects (apoptosis and pseudo-apoptosis) are released by immune action, as described above (chap.6.1), and since this biochemical action is partially reminiscent of traditional Chemo-Therapy, that is, the simple administering of drugs either orally or intravenously, but in this case with no serious side effects on the rest of the organism (and particularly on the immune defenses of the patient), these new substances, according to the author, can be catalogued as drugs with a biochemotherapy action.

It is not yet known exactly if there is a mechanism to induce apoptosis or pseudo-apoptosis in human tumors using the following plants:

List of Anticancer herbs for cancer and organs Salvia officinalis
The powerfull healing herb Salvia officinalis

Ochrosia elliptica for breast cancer,

Pereskia bleo, Urtica diotica and Lamium album for tumors of the stomach, tumors in female genitalia, lymphomas and
leukaemia;

Acalypha indica for lung tumors;

Malva sivestris or vulgaris for tumors of the larynx;

Cetraria islandica for melanoma, bone sarcoma and different types of carcinoma;

Resveratrol for melanoma,

Epilobium parviflorum and Copaifera officinalis for tumors of the prostate and the bladder;

Epilobium angustifolium or Solanum paniculatum for tumors of the uterus;

the bark of Betula alba (birch) for melanoma (betulinic acid);

Salvia officinalis for lymphomas, leukaemia, epatocarcinoma, and carcinomas of the pancreas, (it is, however, counter indicated for breast tumors);

Mimosa species, Gardenia jasminoides, Quercus robur, Betula alba, Morinda citrifolia, Lepidozamia peroffskyana, Melissa monarda and Melissa officinalis for glioma;

Asparagus racemosus for human skin carcinoma and carcinoma of the nasopharynx;

Sticta pulmonaria or Lobaria pulmonaria, Glechoma hederaceum for melanoma, bone sarcoma and different types of
carcinoma;

Euspongia officinalis for lymphomas;

Acorus calamus for gastro-intestinal carcinoma;

Rumex acetosa for gastric carcinoma;

Equisetum arvense for lymphoma, leukaemia and pancreatic carcinoma; for tumors of the lungs, kidney and bladder;

Chimaphila umbellata for tumors in both the male and female genital areas;

Galium aparine for carcinoma of the tongue;

Lysimachia nummularia, Artemisia absinthium for gastro-intestinal carcinoma;

Phyllantus niruri or Artemisia abrotanum for peritoneal carcinosis from gastro-intestinal tumors;

Marrubium vulgare for breast tumors,

Plantago major for melanoma, bone sarcoma and different types of carcinoma;

Alchimilla alpina and vulgaris for carcinoma of the female genital area;

Meum mutellina for melanoma, bone sarcoma and different types of carcinomas;

Bacopa monnieri for sarcomas;

Cerastium alpinum for carcinoma of the breast and lungs;

Primula veris or officinalis for lung tumors;

Scutellaria baicalensis o latiflora for lung tumors,

Gentiana germanica for breast carcinoma;

Ailanthus glandulosa for tumors of the head and neck;

Nelumbo nucifera for carcinoma of the stomach,

Cissampelos pareira per carcinoma and leukaemia,

Pimpinella major and saxifraga for carcinomas of the oral cavity, the neck and the larynx;

Mormordica charantia against leukaemia,

Antennaria dioica for lung carcinoma;

Gnafalium supinum or Erythrina mulungu for carcinoma of the stomach,

Asparagus cochinensis for tumors of the breast and of the lungs,

Verbascum thapsus or densiflorum for melanoma, bone sarcoma and different types of carcinoma;

Lapsana communis for tumors of the breast (hypothesized);

Erythroxylum catuaba for melanoma;

The flowers of Trigonella foenum graecum (only in an infusion) for lymphoma, leukaemia and pancreatic carcinoma;

Maytenus illicifolia for cancer and leukaemia,

Antyllis alpestris for lung carcinoma,

Cerastium alpinum for carcinoma of the stomach;

Sida cordifolia for leukaemia, sarcoma and carcinoma of the nasopharynx;

Erithrea antaurium or Boerhaavia diffusa for gastro-intestinal carcinoma;

Houttuynia cordata for lung carcinoma,

Inesinae calea for carcinoma and leukaemia;

Maytenus krukovit for melanoma;

Physalis angulata aut Muehenbeckia volcanica for leukaemia and testicules tumors,

Sempervivum montanum for leukaemia and lymphomas;

Cayaponia tayuya for sarcomas,

Pfaffia paniculata per cancer and leukaemia,

Serenoa repens for carcinoma of the prostate;

Uncaria tomentosa for some types of leukaemia;

Pedicularis rostrato-capitata for carcinoma of the breast;

Marasdenia cundurango for gastric carcinoma;

Primula hirsuta for carcinoma of the breast;

Saxifraga oppositifolia for carcinoma of the breast, the uterus and for leukaemia,

Alpinia oxyphylla for leukaemia,

Cupressus lusitanica, Argyreia speciosa (or Lettsomia nervosa), Aquilaria agallocha, Hypericum richeri, Grindelia camporum or squarrosa, Althaea officinalis, Argemone mexicana, Cinnamomum zeylanicum, Myroxylon balsamum, Saxifraga aizoides, Mahonia aquifolium, Pulmonaria angustifolia or officinalis, Bambusa arundinacea, Peucedanum ostruthium, Rubia cordifolia, tinctorium or peregrina, Draba aizoides, Campanula latifolia, Polygala senega, Smilax sarsaparilla or utilis, Citrullus colocynthis, Albizzia lebbek, Celastrus scadens, Myrica cerifera, Nepeta cataria, Taraxacum officinalis, Galphimia glauca, Adiantum capillus veneris, Drosera rotundifolia, or anglica, or intermedia, Annona squamosa, Thymus serpillum, Sysymbrium officinale, Larrea mexicana, Aralia racemosa, Actinidia chinensis, Crocus sativus, Buxus sempervirens, Viola tricolor, Sambucus nigra, Laurus nobilis, Tephorosia purpurea, Myristica fragrans and sebifera, Tabebuia impetiginosa, Larrea divaricata, Eclipta alba, Ailantus glandulosa, Rosmarinus officinalis, Thymus vulgaris, Hyssopus officinalis, Luffa operculata, Apium graveolens, Artemisia dracunculus, Crataegus oxyacantha or monogyna, Chondrus crispus, Panax ginseng, Ajuga reptans, Ajuga piramidalis, Tinospora cordifolia, Leucanthemopsis alpina, Emblica officinalis, Moringa pterygosperma, Eupatorium perfoliatum, or purpureum, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Hieracium pilosella, Morinda citrifolia, Xantoxilum fraxineum, Trifolium pratensae, Sutherlandia frutescens, Arctium lappa, Ulmus rubra, Rhodiola rosea, Rumex crispus, Boswellia serrata, Rheum palmatum or officinale, Echinacea purpurea, angustifolia or pallida, Astragalus membranaceus, Hypoxis  hemerocallidea, Lycopodium clavatum, Tribulus terrestris, Picramnia antidesma, Cassia angustifolia, Rhamnus sagrada or purshiana, Rhamnus frangula, Terminalia chebula, Ocimum basilicum, sanctum o tenuiflorum, Capparis spinosa, Lonicera coprifolia, Cardamine pratensis, Carpinus betulus, Carlina acaulis, Curcuma longa, Holarrhena antidysenterica, Lepidium meyenii, Stachys arvensis, Polygonum aviculare, Geranium robertianum, Myrtus communis, Melaleuca alternifoglia, Cinchona calisaya or succirubra, Azadirachta indica, Lepidium meyenii, Calendula silvestris, Schinus molle, Ilex araguariensis, Cassia occidentalis, Cynara scolymus, Nerium oleander, Phyllanthus orbicularis, Zingiber officinale, Goniothalamus species, Myroxylon balsamum or pereirae…..

There are about 200 other plants proposed by the author (this data is confidential).

Note : Selective inhibitions on telomere activity

Various active principles, extracted above all from plants, are currently being studied to verify their selective anti-telomere activity. It must be remembered that 90% of cancer cells have this characteristic, which healthy cells do not. In recent medical literature it has been noted that Uncaria tomentosa is thought to have this characteristic.

Blocking telomerase by dietary polyphenols is a major mechanism for limiting the growth of human cancer cells in vitro and in vivo (2088).

There are studies currently underway on extracts from plants such as Camellia sinensis (confidential data).

Giuseppe Nacci , M.D. – Thousand Plants against Cancer without Chemo-Therapy

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