This is the reason why lots of cancer patients are looking for other alternative options which cause less or no side effects. One option you should consider is the moringa plant.
For centuries, this plant was used to treat conditions like diabetes, epilepsy, arthritis and anemia, but in the last few years alternative and even modern medicine are interested in it because of the newly discovered anti-cancer properties.
The moringa plant contains benzyl isothiocyanate which fight cancer cells, so it can give the same results as chemotherapy minus the negative side effects. When used during chemo or radiation, this plant can strengthen healthy body cells which are damaged by the treatments.
This plant can help cancer patients because it has high nutritive value. It contains vitamins and minerals like iron, potassium, calcium and many more. Moringa plant is very useful in treating lung, colon, liver, ovarian and pancreatic cancer.
You can purchase it online or in a store for exotic plants. All of the parts of the plant are edible. You can buy the fruits or leaves, or simply grow your own plant. Add it to your tea, soup, or chew the seed pods to extract the juice. Some cultures use the roots, shredded and added in any meal. No matter how or which part you consume, the health and cancer-fighting benefits are incredible.
All of the benefits of moringa plant have been proven through animal trial, but there are no human data on how it reacts to cancer cells.
You can consume up to 6 grams of moringa a day, for 3-4 weeks, without serious side effects. Just don`t consume it if you are pregnant because it can cause contractions, or combined with prescription drugs because it can enhance their effects to an unsafe level.
Add this plant to your diet if you are currently going through some cancer treatment. The nutritional value will boost your entire organism to make it stronger for the cancer fight. Plus it doesn`t have serious side effects, so it provides you with the wanted results without making you sick.
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